Trevor G Browne High School - Lair Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1986
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Roles changed at the Friday morning assembly as spirit week reached its grand finale.
Week long activities included surf day, imitation day, nerd day, brown 84 orange day and
the 50's day.
Hairy legged cheerleaders danced to the music of the Bruin band, and the football team
was lectured by their new coach Trish "Mitton,' Bauer. The infamous Matho gang entered
the stadium in custody of the police, and were soundly heckled by the crowd.
Homecoming royalty were introduced, and later that evening Chris White and Van
Aldridge were crowned king and queen.
The Boogie Factory provided music at the dance which followed the victory over Agua
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Striving for Excellence
The purpose of Trevor G. Browne High School is to ensure that our students
can read, compute, express themselves verbally, and in writing, at grade level or
above, and to take pride in themselves, their family, and in their community.
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Ken Barrier, a junior, has made bike racing a
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through his best friend Roland Stenner, and
bought his first bike in the Summer of 1982.
Since then, Ken has used four or five different
bikes in races, including a GT 20 inch.
Ken first raced at the Peoria Dunes, and since
that time has competed in more than 225 races.
He has won 60 trophies, and has placed in the top
finishers in more than 100 of his races.
One of his most memorable moments was in
Castle Rocks, Coloradog where he competed
against top riders from the West, and captured a
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five guys in the band. The band wants to be like
ACXDC and would like to perform all around the
world. Scott does not care about all the money
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Candy May is a 14-year-old freshman who en-
joys singing, dancing, and swimming.
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school", she says.
Candy likes many different activites. She is
participating in dance and enjoys volleyball.
In the eighth grade she acted in plays, and sang
in a choir. She also has won ribbons for track and
Her main goal for this year is to get straight A's
and to be admitted to college.
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Bruins prevail in athletic competition
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The winning tradition
continues at Trevor Browne
Row 1: Brian Brookman, Bill Thompson, Raymond Neipert, Chuck Lazar, Troy Fuller, Mark Nixon, Rolando Gonzales, Richard
Sardina. Row 2: Tait Mitton, John Jones, Louis Gonzales, Eddie Poe, Dane Wood, Alvin Bell, Kevin Green, Chris Smith, Phillip
Hernandez, Arnold Mejia. Row 3: Joel Sing, David Butler, Hon Jin Kim, Bob Baraban, Eric Kutter, Bob Madril, William Bell,
Marty Diggs, J.R. McCoy. Row 4: Damian Popawych, Van Aldridge, Carl Walker, James Castro, Butch Burbridge, Scott Olson,
Ruben Lopez, Jesse Ballesteros, Robert Walton, Chris Roberts. Row 5: Pat Cambell, Kelly Leonard, Chris Oleas, Ron Rogers,
Henry Thompson, Jason Jones, Ivan Wagner, Bill Long, Dave Hernandez. Coaches Bill Mitton, Dick Harkins, Steve Massingill.
According to Coach Mitton, "the team deserves to go to the play-
offs". "They have the capability to do well, they are physical, and have
a good mental attitude." J
The Bruins have the longest record of consecutive playoff years, and
have won more games than any football team in Arizona during the
past eight years.
A few seniors that have contributed to the team are: Offensive line,
Bill Long, Dave Hernandez, James Castro, Marty Diggs, and Butch
Burbridge. Defensive players, Bob Baraban, Ruben Lopez, Eric Kut-
ter, Bob Madril, Chuck Lazar, and Mark Nixon. Other contributing
seniors include: Van Aldridge, Brian Brookman, Pat Campbell, Ivan
Wagner, John Jones, Alvin Bell, Henry Thompson and Dave Hernan-
McClintock 0 49
Chandler 39 16
Chaparral 21 10
Agua Fria 27 13
Maryvale 0 15
Alhambra' 27 21
Saguaro fScottsJ"' 35 21
Camelback' 35 14
Coronado' 0 7
Central' 38 16
Chaparral""" 13 25
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"It's been a good season for the J .V. football team," says Coach
Mallernee, who has been coaching the J .V. football team for 1 year
With 3 wins Saguaro was the most challenging team with the score
of 0-28 their favor.
Paul Connizo and Gerald Hoskins played an outstanding perfor-
mance in this years J .V. team.
"Most of this years J .V. players will make good Varsity players for
next year," says Coach Mallernee.
ga ,sts A-H,
ROW l: Steve Gaddis, Bobby Holmes, Elvio Pozzie, Dave Solamon, Dameon
Brewer, Tony Felton, Shawn Brooks. ROW 2: Coach Holland, Brad Nucci,
Antonio Bell, Chris Avery, James Baldwin, Ricky Spencer, Fransisco Felix, Paul
Connizo, Bobby Nunez. ROW 3: Ignacio Madrid, Donell Joseph, Jeff Bristol,
Gerald Hoskins, Vaghn Linne, Mark White, Jason Lawton. ROW 4: Joe Cama-
cho, Henry Robles, Rom Arthur, Mark Butler, Dave Hubbard, Ken Williams,
George Hudson, Travis Thurman
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Row one: Larry Martin, Chris McQueen, Billy Cox, Ernie Primera, Tony Cahill, Watson Robinson, Gary Ramirez,
Aaron Brewer, Rob Densmore, George Hill. Row two: Willie Howald, Walter Harris, Tracey Fain, Jim Hensen,
Richard Rutkowski, James Damon, Cory Holman, Roman Reyes, Robert Davenport, Mark Dillon, Jim Erwin, Troy
Jeffries, Mike Miller, Errol Tramel. Row three: Coach Zamboni, Bi y Greeno, Cory Bushaw, Carlos
Hernandez, Armando Aragon, Frank Torres, Manny Loya, Tom Trew, James Sakakibara, Aaron Smith, Tom
Yokley, Joe Alvarez, Steve Harris, Justin Jones, Harvey Pettigrew, Chris Ellis, Coach Sharp. Row four: Alex Vclez,
Scott Myers, Tony Simpson, Scott Trew, Jorge Perez, David Craig, Johnny Baines, Terry Quattrocchi, Frank
Grabowski, David McAnalley, Jason Crawford, Anthony Melessa, Pat Curtis, Loren Harvey, Brian Troxel, Mike
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6 Agua Fria 0
O Maryvale 28
6 Alhambra 6
6 Saguaro O
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The coaches for this year's freshman football team were
Jerry Zamboni, Bruce Sharp, and James Hart.
"There are alot of big guys on the team who are going to
get bigger and stronger, and will hopefully do really well
next year as Junior Varsity or even Varsity players," said
Some outstanding players were the entire Starting defen-
sive line: Brian Troxel, Mike Cox, Jason Crawfofd, and
Frank Grabowski. Others were the No. 1 middle linebacker
Roman Reyes along with Robert Davenport and Pat Curtis
for the offense. The team's record for this season was 4-3-l.
We had the largest turnout ever this year with eighty stu-
dents coming out for the frosh football.
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Row one: Stephanie Smith, Tammy Wittman, Cindy Bates Row two: Theresa Bolan,
Karen Turner, Lia Gauna, Tanya Hamilton, Jennifer French, Cynthia Hamilton
Varsity volleyball team proved to
be a winning team. In spite of the
rough competition, our team came
out with nine wins and eight losses.
This year they made divisionals,
though they didn't succeed, at least
they made it.
Our most outstanding players
consisted of Cindy Bates, Cynthia
Hamilton and Lia Gauna,
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Row l: Jody Nelson, .Iacie Cox, Tami Ratcliffe, Belinda Gesky Ana
Row 2: Mrs. Riecow, Virginia Davis, Kelly Kane, Janet Scheid,
Lena Jackson, Nikki Moore
Successfully, the 1985-86 JV Volleyball tea1n had a 8-
3 win-loss season. All of the practice, hardwork and
sweat really paid off. Mrs. Riecow, the coach for the
team this year chose Kelly Kane, Tami Ratcliffe, and
Lena Jackson for the most outstanding players.
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15 Gerard 9
13 Sunnyslope 15
15 Paradise Valley 7
15 Agua Fria 4
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13 Maryvale 15
15 Alhambra 2
10 Saguaro 15
15 Chaparral 4
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14 Agua Fria 16
15 South 6
15 Maryvale 6
15 Alhambra 6
15 Saquaro 6
15 Central 17
15 Chapparl 12
ur frosh volleyball team had a
tough season this year with a re-
cord of 6 wins and 5 losses. Their
toughest match was with Agua Fria.
Although everyone contributed help,
the most valuable players were Lisa White
and Vanessa Koslosky.
Row One: Lisa White, Sandy French, Monica Marquez, Gcncc Dyer, Tracy Schoon-
over, Chris Anderson. Row Two: Cheryl Wilcox, Patricia Tate, Cynthia Solimcna, Lisa
Capron, Coach Youngberg, Mora-Lin Inman, Vanessa Kolosky, Ronnc Thompson
uture bright for Boys Golf
Front row: Doyle Zaeygart, Charles Girk, Jeff Dresler, Greg Avery,
Richard Symonds. Back row: Danny Cole, Scott Wood, Bob Briggs, Alan
Anderson, Mike Stadler, Mike Salyers, Kevin Lavery.
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1985 was a year of rebuilding for
the Bruin Golf Team, highlighted
by top individual honors for Mike
Stadler who won the Metro Divi-
sion Championship by 10 strokes.
Sophomore Stadler shot a two un-
der par on the 36 hole course in
winning individual honors. He went
on to place 8th in state competition
at the Arizona Biltmore.
The future looks good for the
team, with 12 players returning
Row one: Scott Miller, Hector Gaspar, Daniel Orta, Derek
Drumtra, Mike Gaspar, and Steve Grant. Row two: Randy Hill,
Mike Young, Terry Emerson, Billy Edwards, Lonnie Durheim,
and Jay Zamboni.
The Bruin cross country team dominated the Metro
Division. Under the leadership of Coach Cruckshank,
the team finished the regular season with 13-1 record,
and devistated the ten other teams at the division meet
by placing all seven runners in the top eleven finishers.
The team scored 22 points in division, and the only
other contest was for second place. Representing
Browne at the division meet were: Daniel Orta, Tony
Hernandez, Scott Miller, Hector Gasper, Dale Rog-
ers, Derek Drumtra, and Derrel Elkins. Elkins was the
only senior on the team.
"We have won 33 out of our last 34 meets and this is
our second consecutive Metro Division Champion-
ship." said Mr. Cruckshank.
' BRO WNE OPPONENT
15 Agia Fria 53
17 Carl Hayden 48
17 Peoria 71
16 South Mt. 50
20 Coronado 39 -
35 Moon Valley 33
35 Horizon 68
35 Deer Valley 103
19 Maryvale 68
15 South Mt. 50
17 Carl Hayden 48 -
17 Peoria 71
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Hanna! We did it again
revor Browne Cross Country won its first
state championship by placing seven runners
in the top 34 finishers at the championship
meet at Kiwanis Park in Tempe.
Tony Hernandez led the Bruins with a time of
17:24 over the 3.4 mile course. He was followed by
teammates Daniel Orta, Derek Drumstra, Scott
Miller, Hector Gaspar, Dale Rogers, and Darrel
Coaches Cruickshank and Ehlers were both
proud of their young teams score of 73 points. Apol-
lo finished second with 135 points, and Mountain
View was third with 139 points.
Darrel Elkins was the only senior on the squad,
and the Bruins are looking forward to another great
year in 1986.
captures State Title
Front: Hin Phoybanhdyt, Shanon Farmer, Jesus Felix. Rear: Chris Oless, Justin Coursey, Hanjin
Jim Baldwin, Chuck Lazarr, Shane Karr.
"You can't win them all"
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this season. Our Bruin boys team had diffi-
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Roman, Janice Scheid, Lisa Garrison. Not pictured: Natalie Christman, Eryn Whitt, April Zim-
merman, Sarai Cabrera, Gervasia Rodriguez.
Members on the l985f86 Bruin Baseball team include: Amy Cox, Ed Cuthbertson, Brent Davis, Dave
Hernandez, George Hudson, Scott Kepner, Dave Marti itton, Jeff Nichols, Chris Roberts,
Richard Sardina, Gary Sibley, Joel Sing, Mike Stadler, Bill Tichy, Bob Walton, and David Butler. Coach
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Fenner, Jeff Dressler, Rick Spencer, Jon Warner, James McDowell, Mike Spinker.
Front: Bill Cox, Chad Gage, Carlos Hernandez, Aaron Brewer, Rodney Fowler, Harue Pettisveu, Middle:
Walter Harris, James Damon, Roman Reyes, Clem Schadle, Doug Martin. Back: Jorge Perez, Brian Gorman,
Sherman McCullar, Chris McQueen, Joe Alvarez, Manuel Hoya, Daryle Russell.
Top row: Karen Turner,I?1gjL,Lohnsorll-Coach Massingilll Lia Gauna. Middle row: .lacie Cox, Christine Woodard,
Tami Jefferies, DeeDee opez. Bottom row: Cindy Bates, Chriss White, Tammy Whittman, Sheri Turner, Sondra
Girls softball compiled a record
of 22-3 as they won league honors.
Returning players included Son-
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Top row: Ronnie Thompson, Debbie Lugo, Kisa White, Patricia Tate. Middle row: Vanessa Colowski, Melanie
Camap, Monica Marquez, Amie Grew. Bottom row: Sandi French, Chris Anderson, Donna Setezaorn,
Jennifer Donavan, Traci Schoonover.
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Row one: Chriss White, Margaret Daniels, Sherri Turner, and
Coach Hassel. Row two: Theresa Herrera, Natalie Chrisman,
and Janice Shied.
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son. Varsity badmitton played good with an
eight win four loss season. Chris White and
Sherri Turner winning at the Divisionals was a mem-
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Junior Varsity did even better, with ten wins and
two losses. Outstanding JV doubles were Stacy Arc
and Jennifer Oberg. Most improved player was There-
Front: Cheryl Gross, Vicki Crum, Stacy Reister. Middle: Bobby Briggs, Tony Gibson, Xavier Waters, Rich
Soltcro, Nell Murrell. Back: Bret Valentine, Derek Walton, Boyce English, Coach Hassel, James Pollard, Thor
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the Varsity team had a fine season. Senior
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first, and Danny placed third.
Front: Raymond Olivas, David Schroeder, Rodney Fowler, Jessie Tarazon. Back: Cliff Bradley, Jerome
Padgett, Jason Brown, Jason Crawford, Mike Earl, Coach Talarico.
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This year was a great year for the 1985-86 Wrestlerettes. They
started the year with 37 girls, which is the largest squad in the
history of Trevor G. Browne.
The Wrestlerettes provided spirit and encouragement for the
Wrestling team. They all have great coordination and have tre-
mendously loud voices.
Besides cheering, they raised money for other clubs and chari-
Wrestlerettes would like to thank all the parents, and especially
Evelyn Gonzales and Mr. Sharp. Without their love and support
the Wrestlerettes wouldn't be. Thanks also goes to the bookstore
and Coach Nelson. Great job girls!
First Row: Jody Doren, Renata Mills, Kim Jones,
Jennifer Howald, Susan Morton, Lori Keller,
Jackie Hudson, Shelly Shompson, Jeanette Yeild-
ing, Johnsie Braxton, Second Row: Tammy Wil-
liams, Angie Ramirez, Pam Yates, Suzi I-Iill, Wen-
dy Ledergerber, Kelly Schroeder, Debra Sain,
Third Row: Robyn McWilliams, Stacy Reister,
Jennifer Squires, Charlene Ulla, Shonda Camp-
bell, Forth Row: Carla Alvarez, Susan Bojorquez,
Susan Parks. Not Pictured: Karen Surner, Eva
Lomax, Vicki Crum, Becky Rau.
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Hector Gaspar, Mike Gaspar, Tony Hernandez, J ay Zamboni, Steve Grant, Terry Emerson, Lonny Derheim, Dane
Wood, Eddie Poe, Charles Smith, Ivan Wagner, Van Aldridge, Craig Moore, Boyce English, Ricky Dale, James
Pollard, Paul Connizzo, Billy Bell, David Aguilar, Charles Campbell, Mike O'Conner, Damian Popowych, Cliff
Bradley, Andy Wilson, J.R. McCoy, Mike Bynum, Mark White, and Coach David Cruickshank.
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great season." The 1985-86 squad includes: Vonnie Ellis, Jody Dorren, Jeanette Baul, Theresa Herrera, Tracy
Moy, Tisha Tulle, Genene Dyer, Linda Gray, Jo Lea Strutton, Ose Miyoko, Jamie Couch, Debra Fain, Sharon
Hill, Michele Pilcher, and Tammy Saurette. The squad is coached by Mr. Scott, and he is assisted by Dawn
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The J .V. girls basketball team is composed of: Tinika Malone, Tracey Schoonover, Robyn Allen, Debbie Lugo
Rhonda Huff, Inesia Potter, Cheryl Gross, Tricia Edwards, Cindy Gustafson, Tracy Little, Mindy McIntosh
Shonda Felton, and Ronni Thompson.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Front: Margaret Daniels, Michelle Castro, Middle: Roneta Mills, Patricia Daniels, Cynthia Hamil
ton. Rear: Karen Turner, Lia Gauna, Jody Nelson, Tonya Hamilton.
J .V. Badmitton
Row one: Chris Turner, Sharon Brookman, Stacy Riester, Pam
Yates, Tracy Moy, Patsy Osborn, Tracy Hollman, and Coach
Hassel. Row two: Mindy Jones, Carla Alvarez, Ginger Penquit,
Angie Ramirez, Wendy Martin, Jennifer Oberg. Not pictured
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ncy. Row two: Danice Estes, BethAnn Smith, Jill Stringham, and Tonya
he 85-86 Pom line was "The best pom line at Trevor
Browne in a long time," said captain Brenda Rouse.
They went to the National Cheerleading Association at
ASU for one week, where they competed in individual competi-
tions and won twelve blue ribbons and two red ribbons. They won
first place for the squad competition and a red ribbon for dance
competition. They also competed in the Encanto Competition
and placed second. Thanks for a great year 85-86 Pom line.
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Row one: Barbara Bishop. Row two: Natalie Chrisman. Row three: Traci
Redfoot, Charmane Polmanteer, Christine Woodard, and Lisa Taylor.
Row four: Janice Shied. Row five: Jennifer Braxton.
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Polmanteer. Sophomores Karen Turner and Alan Anderson.
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The Christmas formal was
ushered in by the first recorded
snow in Phoenix in 42 years, and
the setting was great. Student gov-
ernment decorated the cafeteria
with silver streamers and colored
strings of lights. Everyone danced
all night as the temperature
dropped to below freezing outside.
Quill and Scroll is a club open to all students interested in writing and publications. Members for 1985-86
include: Anita Ray, Jackie Mahler, Cathy Dobbins, Todd Thurman, Taj Rahi, Christine Gow, Todd Oliver,
David Trinidad, Chuck Lazaar, Ken Barrier, Stephanie Billups, Myriam Camacho, Ann Kempanien, Cy-
mantha Makeley, Tim Olivo, Jennifer Rodgers, Kelly Schroeder, Paulette Thompson, Errol Tramel, and Lisa
Front row Mrs Barraza Chad Halvorson Gavln Borowiak. Back row: Joe Cervantez, Ron Faulkner,
Christopher Worley Don Flsher Steve Veatch Craig Moore, and Mrs. Moten.
For the 2nd year in a row, Trevor Browne
Fielded an academic decathlon team in
This years team competed against 20 other
high school teams in fields of Science, Math-
ematics, English, History, and the Arts. The
Super-Quiz was the final event of the compe-
tition, and was viewed by 500 spectators in
the Central High gym.
County Supt. Harris and Phoenix Union
Supt. Dyer greeted the teams, and helped
stage the event. Mrs. Barraza coached our
team, and was assisted by many other teach-
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First team defense: Eric Kutter, Tait Mitton.
Second team defense: Bob Baraban, Ruben Lopez
First team offense: Van Aldridge, Kevin Green, Bill Long
Second team offense: Marty Diggs, James Castro
Honorable mention: Scott Olson, Bob Madril, Joel Sing
League A coach of the year: Coach Mitton
Most valuable player: Van Aldridge
Offensive player: Bill Long
Defensive player: Eric Kutter
.lock knocker: Bob Baraban
Mad dog: James Castro
Oil can: Bob Madril
Most improved: Mark Nixon
Arizona Coaches ASSOC1Hl1OH
All-star game selections
Coaches from across the state select the best
senior football players in Arizona to participate in
the NorthfSouth All-Star game.
This year, Browne will be represented by two
players in the game to be held this summer in
Front: Robert Wyett, Kathy Wood, Patti Kimm. Back: Louie Garcia, Barbara Hamilton, Amy Johnson, Kim
Jones, Diane Pekqudartanian, Steve Merrifield.
Front: Maggie Grabowski, Chad Halvorson, Cindy Howell,
Denise Stafford, Mike Emond.
Pat Creg. Back
Stephanie Clement, Patty Hennessy, Terri Schwakopf, Ingrid Ericksen, Mike Crary, Angela Par
Todd Cline, Janet Willistein, Monte Eoff.
Brazilian student enrolls at
Browne for senior year
Gervasia Rodriquez is an 18-
year-old foreign exchange student
from Brazil. She is a senior and
hopes to go to college in Brazil
when she graduates. She has only
been here for her senior year and
her parents want to visit our coun-
try some day.
Gervasia has 2 young sisters C16
and 171. Her family lives in Brazil.
Her father works in a bank and her
mother works in Sao Paolo for the
lottery. Gervasia and her family are
Portuguese and Gervasia is the
only one who can speak English.
Compared to the schools in Bra-
zil, Trevor Browne is different. The
schools in Brazil have different
classes for different grade levels,
such as classes for juniors, classes
for freshman, etc. They don't have
mixed classes like we do. The only
people who rotate to different
classes are teachers. The students
have one room for all their classes.
Gervasia's hobbies are reading,
swimming, and making friends. "lt
is very difficult to make friends
here because of my English," she
says. She is really into dance clubs
here but she is in very few clubs and
activities because of her communi-
cation in English. She hopes to im-
prove that. She has had a very good
year here and we wish her luck at
college in Brazil.
Browne X-country selected
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The January issue of The Harrier magazine featured the cross country team. All-American honors were
bestowed on the team in recognition for their academic honors combined with their victory in the state
championship meet. The Harrier is a national magazine designed to give the news to the serious, runner.
Mr. Hanley 8a Kessler with Ms. Phoenix
artin Luther King
In celebration of the first official
national holiday for Martin Luther
King, Trevor Browne students par-
ticipated in an essay contest spon-
sored by the Greyhound Corporation.
Ms. Angela Phoenix represented
Greyhound in presenting winning
medals and certificates to Robert
Mitchell, Tyrone Nelson, Shane
Karr, Cathy Hernandez, Johnsie
Braxton, and Matt Risch.
ssay contest Winners
Tyrone Nelson Shane Karr
Mrs. Moten congratulates Cathy Hernandez
I Sondra Hoskins of all sound and no mind, will to
Angie Meron my friendship forever, to Tammy W.,
Cindy B. and Chriss W. I leave all the good memories
we've had and all the empty beer bottles we've
chugged lets all keep in touch fkj. To coach Massingill
all the respect you deserve, and thanks for being there
when I needed you. To Sherrrie T. the power to take
the softball team to state. To my sister Lia I leave you
my attitude, believe me it's an improvement also I
would like to let you know I love ya no matter what.
And to Larry I will always love you, even though you
left me and married someone else.
I Trina Carter, being of 5076 mind and 50676 body
will to my sister, Tonya, a body like mine and all my
good grades. Maybe someday you will be as good as I
am, but remember you can be anthing you want. To
Michelle Sumptar I will you all my nerve so you will
be able to tell people off, also you can have all my ugly
guy friends because I will be in California with all the
fine ones, plus all the excitement we didn't have in
C.O.E. To Kim Shelton, I will you the ability to put up
with all the BS from the underclassmen. To all the
underclassmen I will to you the strength to graduate in
the top 502 of your class and the ability to get along
with great people like myself. Last but not least I
would like to tell my man James, that I love him and
Iill be waiting patiently, also mom thank you for ev-
erything you have done. Lov ya all, Trina C
I Suzie Hill being of realitively sound mind and
body, do hereby leave to my little brother Andy, some
of my brains to finish what he has started and the will
to stay away from security. To Taci, Sheri, Becky and
Diane I leave the long homework assignments and the
wish to have a wonderful and prosperous "senior"
year. To Jason and Curtis I leave a stack of paper for
your paper airplanes. To student government I will the
ability to make everything work out and I leave a
dozen pens and a pad of paper to who ever takes the
minutes next year QGood luckj. And to Jackie "Block-
head" Earle my best friend, I will the ability for a
great-senior year, make the best of it. Remember our
loves that have come and gone, fm8cpJ, the good times
and the bad mainly the good, the boring nights at the
movies fPee Weej, the swings in the park at midnight,
the full moons and most of all the cruises at metro and
central and all the hearts we broke in my dad's car. I
will miss you all very much you made my senior year
what it was. Good Luck!!! Love Suzie "Block-
head" Hill "86"
I Cindy Bates being of sound mind and body, will to
Scott and Dennis 20 gorgeous, beautiful, sexy women
to do with what they please, so for once they'll be
happy. To Mr. Bishop, the ability to put up with more
excuse-filled people like me. To all my senior guy
buddies, I wish all the luck and good fortune to make it
big, no pun intended. To all my senior women buddies,
we all have to stay in touch. I love ya! Especially
Tammy and Stephnie, two of the bestest people in the
world! Maxine, Tory, Cherry, 84 Buffy, we have to go
and party again ok?? Mass and Harry baby, I love you
both, and needed all you gave me, thanks! To Rick
Hammar, I will all my love, forevever! on to bigger
and better, Cindy Bates
I Missy Conner, will to Scharonne my ability to use
a weedeater at 4:00 a.m. To Ingrid I will my collective-
ness-use it to overcome your airhead reputation. I will
too John 2 shares of stock in the Cherry Lifesavor
Industry and to Ron and Matt the hope that your feet
stay clean for a long time. To next years band presi-
dent, I will all the anguish yet "joy" that can posssibly
come along with such a wonderful position. Ha Ha! I
will to everyone else I didn't forget you! all the luck,
joy and fun the future holds! I'll miss you all!!! Love ya
I Kim Earle, being of not to sound in mind and body
hereby leave to my younger sister Jackie the will to
make it to her senior year and maybe enjoy it. To my
little brother Mike, I leave you my sympathy, you have
three more years of teachers, administrators, new laws
and requirements in order to graduate. Good luck. To
next years advanced marketing students a box, not
make it a case, of no-doz: Dan Joy Carm Toni Lisa
Suzie Patty and Dennis, while you lasted, you definite-
ly made English an experience one not to forget. To
Janice and Missie B. I leave my tattered leg warmers a
mickey mouse t-short and a seasame-street album to
dance to. To this years dance buddies Kim and Jamie
you made dance more fun. Good luck next year. To
Mrs. Olin my incredible fashion sense. To LLL, may
the class of 88 watch out because you are another me!
Don't let "two certain people" get to you. You are a
great person, take care of Shelly. Shelly take care of
yourself, you 're a great friend! To all my friends first
writing imprint, Finally to my bestest friends Kim
Jones and Tina "Wilma" nevers you guys helped me
alot in the past four years. To Kim only you and I
could have fun grocery shopping and I also leave to
you a box of popcorn but please don't spill it!!!! To
wilma we learned. How to take the stares, comments
and the compliments, take care of Fred. Among the
people we knew we left lasting impression "I'll miss
you bums" P.S. Carm wants to know if they were top
big Mike Crary. Love ya Kim
I Craig Pierce, being of disturbed mind and mutilat-
ed body, do hereby will to: My le, Tammy Brenda,
Pam Csquidnessj and all other Trevor Browne under-
classmen the ability to make your remaining years in
prison go by quickly. To Bob, Chad and Bobby few
friendships grow to the extent ours did, to you I will,
the cards in our memories. To Shawn I will all of my
knowledge and skills in art Csomething you don't needj
To Donna I will all the pretzels ever made. For Inez, a
life time supply of shampoo and conditioner. To
Tammy my not so famous quote "Tam, baby move you
arm," To Lisa Mc, and Kim, you ladies are great, I
wish you all the men you have ever wanted. To Julie I
will my entire box of body paints. To Brett and Jill, I
wish eternal love. To Tony, I will Don and Sues in-
come and lifestyle. To Christine, I apologize about
Tim, the guy is a real mental. To Kelley, the guy and
relationship you deserve, Two words to describe you
"my Kel." To Denise and Susan, the same boy friends
over and over again. And Traci, no one has ever
touched my heart, or life the way you have, to you I
will everything Cincluding Christianj, Thank you for
all the memories. Farewell . . . If we do meet again,
why, we shall smile, If not, why then this parting was
well made fShakespeare whos pretty heavylj Craig
I Bobbi Taylor, being of stable mind and unstable
body, do hereby will: After serving my four years, I
leave to these people, these things: Danice-hope, luck
and love. Ingrid-a better boss, and my senior locker.
Glenn-a cookie jar for all his chocolate chip cookies.
Brenda-acar that doesn't fall into all the holes around
here. Missy-a bad memory, how long has it been??
Chriss White-one tall dark and gorgeous, all for her-
self! Gary-love and support. To all lower Classmen,
spirit. See Ya! I'm outa here!!
I Tammy Wittmann, being of sound mind and body
leave my body to Maxine, Chris, Buffy and Cherry.
Have fun girls. Biuye shieverrivie ivand jivancivie ivi
wiuill miuss yivou giuvys . . . To Cindy B. and Steph-
nie Gayle S. I leave my friendship forever. I love you
guys. To my buddy Lori K. I leave my big locker to
leave all of your dance stuff in. fbelieve me you'll need
itj To Michelle K. I leave you the ability to keep your
temper down and to ignore the annoying people in my
second hour class. Last, but certainly not least, to
Ronnie, I will all of my love. I love you Ronnie Hut-
cherson. I'll miss you all. Tammy Wittman.
I Julie Moy, hereby will to my best bud Kimmy
Ann, my M.H.S. pal Chrissy, and by belle Francaise
Nat: California, ice cream, cheat sheets, long talks,
men, a Fiero, a Porsche, the Hyatt, and all our other
memories plus, a dream to each of you. To my Cute
sis-smallness, and some common senseuse a McDs cup
next time! To Bob and John-Maturity, pens, and the
ability to accept some degree of Panther Spirit' and if
nothing else, remember to phone home. To Mark Nix-
on- my stuff, in return for yours, of course!! To Craig,
the body paints we never used, and a smile, Chuck- a
new black overcoat, Brett-insurance money, Ruben-"a
Lunchl' Ms. Penquite, to you my incredible talent of
spreading gossip-where's that penguin 2. Stacie a new
supply of lace and recess cups, to Jilly- a job!! James
Mc., the ability to keep a promise-you never quit-and a
new supply of concert t-shirts!! To Dean, the ability to
tell the truth! For my unmentioned, yet still important,
pals, a special goodbye- we had too much fun and I
shall miss you!! Mickey D's is still ifl!! Last but not
least, I leave behind FOUR wonderful and memorable
Senior wills, continued
I Christine Woodard, being of sound mind Cat least
I think I amj will the following: To my little sister
Cherie, have all the fun I did, but just stay you and get
through school. I love ya, sis! To T.G.B. Cheers: Char-
min, Barbie-Doll, Jennifer, Janice, and Lisa, Good-
luck next year. Keep smiling! By-theway ya'll-love
those beep-beeps!! To Aaron Smith stay sweet kiddo,
your going to be Mr. Popular in a couple more years.
Cjust put some meat on them bones boyj To Mike,
Vince, Brad, and Alan, you guys are all super nice, but
lets be real-your all super strange! But I guess thats
why I like you all. Stay out of trouble, we all know you
really need this warning. Vince settle down. To Tami
Ratcliff fhuggin-budj you've got one more year, hang
in there. Your gonna make an awesome cheer just
don't mess-up again - once was enough. The guys
Tami- what guys- where?? You'll find someone, some-
day. Give Ginger some of this advise. To the weird
bunch-Sean, Trevor, Darren, Wes, Rolando, and Bob-
by-stay cool guys-but try and grow-up, just try! To
Mike fPlutoJ ya little Bears fan. They finally won a
Superbowl-well, its about time. To Jennifer, Kim, and
Lisa-get a job ya'll - Baggins no fun! To Trevor Mr.
Bad 10 remember those shaving cream fights, and
locker and car decorations. We sure had some crazy
times together. I'm gonna miss you all. If I missed
something lim sorry, but like I said at the beginning I
think lim of sound mind, but ya never know!! Mom
and Dad - I love you!
I Paris Morrison being of sound, mind, and body
will all my good memories at T.G.B. to my buddies
that stood by me through hardtimes. To my parents:
Mom and Dad I know I made a mistake and got
pregnant, but I want to thank you for being under-
standing and sticking by me. I love you both. To my
brother: Thanks for putting up with my BS during
pregnancy. To my teachers: thanks for being so kind.
Tica, Charlene, and my other buddies thanks for stick-
ing by me. To the space shuttle that didn't make it
God Bless you and rest in peace. Marty Diggs-your a
wonderful guy. You have helped me in so many ways. I
love you, always. Especially to my son Ty: I love you.
You have made me so happy, I love you, sweetie xx,oo!
I, Alice Rucker, being of duranged mind and willing
body will to: Diane, my bestest friend, thanx for mak-
ing my last years at T.G.B. the best. New Jersey here
we come!! To Randy a whole big bottle of Aramis so I
can attack you in the parking lot. To Eddie a new
brain. I know your old one is pretty burn't out! To
Dean and Robin all of the luck in the world. We used
to have some good times didn't we? To Aaron all of my
love!!! fZeppilinJ To all of my other buddys that will be
here next year. Good luck and make it the best years
cause they go by too fast. To my favorite teacher, Mr.
Bishop, your the coolest! To Craig, thanx for always
being there I needed someone to talk to keep in touch.
We're gonna have to party when you get to NAU. To
Jim Travis, I know it was Darrell!! So now my friends I
depart with a piece of all of you in my heart. Thanx
I Patty Brooks being of mind, sound, and body wish
all the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors good luck in
there remaining years at T.G.B. To my good friend
Kim Bauer, I leave all the good times that we have had
in class. Cyou can also have my American History
book too.J To my wild and crazy English class, With-
out you all this class would be a real boring. To Mr.
Torez, Now your a really weird guy, but really nice.
thankss for being with me through all my years of
school. To Marcie, you've been a good friend that I
always thought of first. Good luck with your career as
a doctor. To the freshmen I leave the cafeteria food
May God be with you! To Kim Earle, don't worry I
still love you, even if you are mod. Originaity is what I
like. To Mike Dewey, You better remember me! Good
luck in the future and in all you do. To Olivia and
Omar. Its been wild on the bus. CEspecially with How-
ard, "Go Lynn, nobody else is coming." hehej And
last, but not least, to everyone who helped me through
my senior year. "86" rules!!! Love Patty.
I Kim Fletcher, being of sound mind and body, will
to all the "sophomore" guys, Darren, Sean, Phillip,
etc. lots of kisses and the many memories of us at the
drive-ins. To Arnold, I leave the ability to stick to only
one girl in one night. To Ginger, I leave a lifetime
supply of tickets to the drive-ins so she never has to
ride in anyones trunk again. To my "cuz', Tracy, I
leave one trip to Tijuana-"one penny" To Robert I
leave the thoughtfulness of returning one's blankets.
To Joel, a sirloin steak at Hotel Westcourt. To Mark
White, I leave the ability to get into trouble but not get
caught. To Julie, the ability to control herself at those
McD. parties and to Christine, a giant bottle of vodka
and orange juice. To Lisa, I leave the ability to not get
so hyper in certain situations. To John, forgiveness for
running into my moms car. To Bob I leave all my love-
well a lot of it anyway-and the memories of our sopho-
more year. To all my other Senior friends, four years
worth of wonderful memories.
I Danice Estes-being of confused mind and as for
the bodyg well . . . g Do will to Brenda my top "senior"
locker and the ability to cope with life. The rest of the
pommies good ideas and good luck. Ingrid the ability
to keep your sanity when dealing with the guys! Gary
Nichols II, the ability to exorcise all possessed TRS-
80's. fSu to the rescuej To Bobbi-life, liberty and the
pursuit of short blondes!! To all others pride and spirit!
"THE ORANGE AND BROWN is gonna put you
DOWN!!" Last but not least-Glenn-"The cookie mon-
ster says . . . " Adios-adieu and same to you!!
I Toni Mahlman having a crazy mind and too much
soul will to thee, My big mouth to anyone who isnlt
loud-"Come on guys its no fun being quiet!" To the
Budacas of 1984, you guys are too cool and thanks for
the great times! Michelle Hollmann hey P.S.! I love
you! to Heidi Unruh, I hope you get your daily amount
of PROTEIN. Heidi, I also will you my ability to pick
up guys on the beach, yours wasn't so hot! Guys we've
got to get back to California, it misses us! Kim Willey,
I will you tags so we don't have to look for cops
everyday! Charlene Canty, I will you a clean mind
because yours is so dirty. Diane Bauer, S15 to buy us a
new boat-our last one sunk. Donlt forget to clean you
pistols. Sharon I will you a wedding date with Paul,
don't forget my invitation and our wild parties. Mi-
chele Mason, I will you a new boyfriend, you can't
have your old one. Ha Ha! To my graduating buddies,
congrats-we've made it!! Thanks for the great times,
we've had some good ones. I'll surely miss you! Tam 8L
Chris, I'll buy you the Devil House Ckj. Mrs. Tucker,
Mr. Biship, 8: Mr. Grossarth, Thank you for the help.
To my Steven, I will you my most prized possession,
ME. I love you so much, and always will. Thanks for
making us so special. I definitely love you. To every-
one else, Good Luck! You'll need it! Enjoy it while you
can- it goes by too fast. Billy Idol and Teddy Bears
K.A.!! 86, 86, 80, 80, 80, 86!!
I Marni Nixon, now give my last farewells to T.G.B.
First of all, I leave Ophelia to Charlene fprotect her
from Todd, I think he likes her.J To my best friend
Cindy, you better keep in touch!! Amy, I leave first
chair to you QI won't even challenge you!J Eric, you'll
have to keep the Phoenix Transit System in business
by yourself. Andy, you better join band next year! Let
me know if you're marching at UofA, Scharonne, its
been fun. To Janet and everyone else, I leave memo-
ries of the fun we've had. I'll miss you alot!! Au nevoir
and fire up!
I Chriss White having an Joe All American mind
and body will my sister Lisa the ability to be you, NO
MORE FRESHMEN!! Bobby, Susan together for-
ever. Tammy Cindy Sheri Sondara, iveall iveof thivee
mneariveyjiveane iveand driveinks yiveou civean hi-
veandle. Gavin B. my crotch and cracked squirtgun.
Ginger my great jokes, Janice a great Senior year. Hey
bookstore give me change!! Thanks! Jody Rachow
your ifl. Mr. Hassell rides at the fair. Ostrich syn-
drome fever . . . catch it!! Thanks Mom-love you!! To
all my underclassmen friends . . . make it the best. V
Feeli a safe ridehome. T.G.B. "86" sincerely Chriss
I Traci Redfoot, being of no mind and little body
will to my sister Kim, another great two years at
Browne. To Cheri McGhee, all of my old batons and
muddy tennis shoes. To Jill, all of the dates your little
heart desires and whopper jr. with no pickles. To
Craig, the best of luck for the future and that special
relationship you've been looking for. To Charmane,
Lisa, Janice, Jennifer, Barbie and all the cheers yet to
come, I will another great year and a look of mounts.
Last but definitely not least, I will my heart and love
fand anything else you wantj to Christian. FOR-
EVER.'I love you baby. To all of the underclassmen
may the rest of your years at Browne be as great as
mine. I'll miss you all, Love Traci
I Scharonne Erickson will to my best friend Missy
memories of all the good and bad times we've had
together and remember BBOC Roberts I will to you
my clean locker, my ability to get to class on time and
pass classes with flying colors, Lord knows you're go-
ing to need it.
Ingrid I will to you the peace and joy of not having
an older sister around and Kim and Laura, you can
have the problems and joy of the flagline. And to all
the people I can't fit, you wouldn't want what I have
left to will away. B.B. Jil Saying "Later"
I, Juanita Boyle, being of not so sound mind and
body do here by bequeath to the following people. To
Mr. Bruce Sharp I leave my cold hands. To Julie
Schroeder and Ivy Hersey I leave my friendship and
memories of the years we spent at Trevor Browne. To
the gang of hell-raisers in the Outdoors Club I leave
my unused mischief to help you make it through the
Senior wills, continued
rest of your imprisonment. To Trevor Browne I leave
my memories good and bad, thanks for those memo-
ries, and good-by. Remember all you under-classmen,
class of 86 was the best.
I Cindy Hunt, write my last farewells to T.G.B. To
the pride of the west side, fthe bandj. I leave my best
wishes for next year. Get a "1" every festival!
To Kevin and Ron - Have fun with Guakamoly
Guy. And next year you can grow up.
To Marla, Suzanne, Ken, Carrie, Wendy, Ada,
Kathy, Kevin and Amy- it's been great! Love you all!
To Mrs. Harthun, Mr. Walker, Mr. Hanley, Mr.
Preston, Mr. Bishop, Mrs. Pase, and Ms. King thanks
for being such wonderful people.
To Marni and all my firends. I leave my love. Good
Luck, class of '86!
To everyone at T.G.B. -GO BRUINS!!!!!
I Charlene Canty, being of sound mind and body,
will to my best buddy Paris QRefrigeratorj Morrison. a
5 year supply of X-large Huggies diapers, a fresh
bucket of curly chiterlings. Most of all I leave my
friendship. You were always there when I needed a
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friends like Toni, I leave the red love machine fEr-
nestj. To Donna Taylor I leave a package of Farmer
John Sausage links and a Sun City drivers license. To
Diane Bower I leave a meg packed protein pistol. To
Chantel Eldridge I leave a Golden Blooper Award for
all her relatives that are ? stars. Finally to my sister
and the MG's I leave the his show, Solid Gold.
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I Lisa Lough, will nothing to anyone, I made it
through and so will you Ha!Ha! To Tammy and Chris
no more ditching!! My bud Chris, "Good afternoon
Norwest Financial", "he loves me". I love you Chris.
Thankx. Tammy someday I'll get you to school on
time. "Oh but it doesnlt matter, cuz we're in a
porsche." I love ya Tam. For my final farewell to
T.G.B. I'll never forget all the great times l've had
with all my friends, but now it's time to grow up and
move on. Thanx everybody. THE PARTY IS AT MY
I, Diane Pekav, being of questionably sound mind
and body here by will -- to the successors of this
campus fthe class of "87" particularlyj all the spirit
and dignity affiliated with the class of "86" . . . walk
with pride! To Mike Crary, the assistant Drum major-
all worldly-and unworldly-duties, expectations, and re-
wards that accompany the position of head drum ma-
jor . . . use your assistant welll!!! To next years girls
golf team, and captain, any luck we seniors have accu-
mulated, and thephrase-"are we gonna win'?!!?" To all
graduating seniors CI cannot possibly mention every-
onej . . . Don't forget the good times!!!!! Humbly, the
T.G.B. Drum Major, Diane L. Pekav.
Class of "86", R.I.P.
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Best Looking: Mark Gross, Lori Martin.
Most Confident: Scott Olson, Cindy Bates
Most Scholarly: Darrell Elkins, Natalie Chrisman
Most Congenial: Mark Nixon, Lori Martin
Best Legs: Mark Gross, Jill Stringham
Most Spirited: Chad Halverson, Diane Pekav
Most Active: Chuck Lazarr, Chris White
Most Athletic: Van Aldrige, Chriss White
Best Body: Bobby Madril, Cindy Bates
Nicest Smile: Mark Nixon, Tracy RedfootfDonna
Most Likely to Succeed: Darrell Elkins, Susan
Most Compatable Couple: Chuck Lazarr, Natalie
Most Talkative: Gavin Borowiak, Julie Moy
Most Flirtatious: Scott Olson, Christine Meyer
Most Humorous: Jim Yeilding, Charlene Canty
Best Dressed: Sal Rivera, Stephanie Smith
Biggest Airhead: Luis Lizarrage, Kim Willey
Most Respected: Chuck Lazarr, Chris White
Biggest Heartbreaker: Scott Olson, Donna Taylor
Most Talented: Chad Halverson, Angela Parish,
Missy Cannor, Norean Camerina
Most Creative: Craig Pierce, Norean Camerina
Most Attractive Eyes: Justin Coursey, Tammy
Most Bashful: Mark Nixon, Michelle Shrum
Most Outspoken: James Castro, Sandra Huskins,
Most Photogenic: Mark Gross, Stephanie Smith
Class Clown: Dennis Lucas, Donna Taylor
Joe-Preppie: Sal Rivera, Julie Moy
Joe-Cowboy: Howard Barker, Mary Gibbs
Joe-Mod: Danny Bravo, Tina Nevers
Joe-New Wave: Danny Bravo, Suzie Hill
Joe-Business: Sal Rivera, Susan Parks
Joe-All American: Billy Long, Chris White
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TREASURER: CHRIS WORLEY
CORRESPONDING SEC: TRISH BAUER
PRESIDENT: CHRISS WHITE
VICE PRESIDENT: SUSAN PARKS
RECORDING SEC: SUZIE HILL
Bottom: Presggllguck Lazarg, Rep. Federico Bulzani, Rep. Justin Coursey.
Middle: Rep. Bobbi Briggs, Vice-Pres. Natalie Chrisman. Top: Treas. Tracy
Redfoot. Not pictured: Sec. Jill Stringham.
Student Government works hard
in getting people involved in activi-
ties. They sponsor dances and
"Spirit Week" and they act as pub-
lic relations agents for the school.
These elected representatives
raise money for their projects by
selling mistletoe, spirit ribbons and
This year Student Government
showed-off Trevor Browne to visi-
tors from other schools, and they
escorted twenty-four students from
Mexico around school, and took
them to a pep assembly and foot-
President Chriss White indicated
that a major project in 1985 has
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Bottom: Rep. Kim Salyers, Treas. Rep. Brenda Rouse. Top: Sec. Bethann
Smith, Rep. Miyoko Ose, Pres. Charmane Polmanteer, Vice-Pres. Karen McKinney.
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Pres. Karen Turner, Sec. Lori Kellner.
. , . any enman. Top: Rep. Polly
Harris, Sec. Michelle Pilcher, Vice-Pres. Genene Dyer.
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uPeople helping people"
Home-Ee related occupations offers opportunit
Front: Jim Krisell, Lisa Titsworth, Sheri Musser, Ann Leckbee. Middle: Mike Hardie, Dawn Terrinova, Tami
Worley, Nancy Davis, Cindy Miner. Back: Betty Bradford, Ivalon Hersey, .Iuile Schnoeder, Don Suiter,
Wanda Lighthart, Lee Beckel Not Pictured: Beth Beal, Mary Gibbs, Denise Spiegelhoff, Patrick Behl, Dawn
Students are enrolled in a related class
which helps them to work successfully on
jobs such as: Child Care, Teachers Aide,
Food Services, Clothing, and other related
jobs. The club helps to develop leadership
Kneeling: Sondra Hoskins, Kim Willey, Alex Soto, Jacque Frazee Sharon Cathy Hernandez Standing Mrs
West, Paula Dykas, Mary Villegas, Cecilia Zamora, Xavler Waters Lydia Valenzuela Maria Griffin Daphne
Yeager, Angela Merow, Celeste Trujillo, Angelia Pryor JoAnn Mendoza Diane Clement
"We are a concerned and an interesting
group of students, that has achieved highly,"
said Mrs. West, sponsor of Hero II. The club
has many projects that they work on. The
projects include going to Papago Park and
helping with the United Cerebral Palsy
Foundation. They also have many fun raisers
to support the club.
ffice Education excells
Top left to right: Yuki Langston, Kelly Crabtree, Margaret Gorman, Donna Icenogle, Michelle Berry, Melinda
Hill, Terri Davenport, Kim Land, Deane Buhl, sponsor. Middle: Shanna South, Judy Mitchell, Kim Minyard
Peggy Beam, Stacey Rayston, Trina Carter, Lara Whitten, Joy Mueller, Terri Gomez,. Bottom: Sandra
DeLaGorza, Julie Moy, Kim Fletcher, Tisa Dunn, Jennifer Fink, Alma Cisneros.
Seniors prepare for
business world COE officers
C.O.E. QCooperative Office Educationj is
a work study program exclusively for seniors
who seek a career in the business world. It
consists of two parts, the C.O.E. club, and
job placement in the secretarial field. As a
part of the program these students in the
club raise money for the year-end banquet to
honor their employees, and most of all have
Tisa Dunn . . .
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Row one: Mrs. Mathews, Debra Fain, Johnsie Braxton, Genene Dyer, Heather Kovach, Rhonda Huff, Stephanie
Clement, Rockell Monroe, and Carla Cummings. Row two: Patricia Daniel, Renada Mills, and Jennifer Braxton.
FHA has active year
ome Ec students use this club in doing
community service, and Home Economics
projects. This year they made gingerbread
houses and donated them to the charity auction at
the Phoenix Art Museum, and they donated
cookies to the Botanical Gardens. They hold fund
raisers and help with other school and community
FHA treasurer Diane Clement Represented
the club at the Regional Conference in Albuquer-
que, New Mexico.
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2 baton twirlers, and 2 drum majors, our band
is 64 members strong!
This year our band participated in the U of A and
N.A.U. band days, and half-time at Phoenix College.
They were also in the Prescott Christmas Parade, the
St. Patrick,s Day Parade, and 2 Ensemble Festivals.
The band is currently in an expantionary stage,
planning to increase the flag corp to 16 members, and
to add 4 rifle twirlers. In the words of Mr. Preston,
band director, "It's been a lot of hard work, but also
fun and rewarding."
Front row, left to right: Kelly Jones, Sherri Miller, Craig Blackburn, Mellisa Croft, Tod Cline, Rodney Fowler, Dave
Masch, Glen Dion, Tim Pirkey, Chad Gage, Cheryl Gross, Anna Rodriguez. Row two, Mr. Preston, Kim Redfoot,
Joann Hernandez, Sylvie Mendoza, Vicki Crum, Jim Erwin, Patty Kimm, Mellisa Conner, Pennt Grandon, Cindy
Hunt, Shannon, Nick Langley, Kathy Wood, Michelle Kvam, Tammy Price, Kathy Sausedo, Row three, Sharronee
Ericksen, Shannon Simmers, Steve Espindola, Mike Beltren, Amy Harris, Baro Hamilton, Pete Rosales, Marlo
Witson, Marni Nixson, Amy Johnson, Michelle Martinez, Laura Avalos, Row four, Carmen Soto, Robert Wyatt,
Janet Willestcin, Patty Blatnick, Steve Veatch, Diane Pekau, Mike Crary, Jason Harris, Greg Childs, Christ Faul,
John Heath, Ronda Huff.
Front row: Angela Parish, Ingrid Erickson, Terri Schwakopf, Melissa Shrum, Renae Smith, Tracy DenDuIk, Joel-Ann Oswald,
Stephanie Clement. Back row: Brian Hurley, Patty Henessey, Connie Stanley, Michelle Shrum, Kathy Wood, Heather Thomas,
Dave Kemper, Mr. Preston.
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Mixed Chorus: Nancy Acres, Veronica Allen, Kim Berghouse, Pasquale Crea, Julia Daugherty, Cathy Dobbins, Mike Emond,
l ma Garcia, Angela Goodwin, Maggie Grabowski, Garrett Gracy, Aimee Grew, Christine Hofferber, Cindy Howell, Vanessa
' ' ' ' Sh Malsch, Robyn McWilliams, Kellie McDaniel,
Jones, Melanie Kamp, Shauna Keith, Tina Kranz, Krista Lindsey, aron
' ' M h , Angela Olivo, Muriel Omoth, Lisa Pankratz, Denise Stafford, Joyce Stevens,
Samantha Merry, Tammy Morgan, Vicki urp y
Ginamarie Tietz, Sarah Vandever, Darla Winters
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Concert Choir: Lori Ballard, Diana Childress, Tami Good, C a a
' ' ' ' Thurman, Sherrie Veit, Elizabeth Vera, Brett Shea, Mary Kirkpatrick
Dorenda Rams, Lisa Springer, Travis
Top row: Colleen Ashline, Lisa Volker, Anne Kempainen, Linda McLaughlin Beth Hamish Missy Conner
Bonnie Hollien, Mindy McIntosh, Linda Gray, Tina Nevers Rhonda Huff Nikki Moore Kelli Reed
Bottom row: Marcheta Cook, Carla Alvarez, Kathy Sausedo Raquel Monroe Samanatha Newman
Jennifer Smith, Kira Wilson, Sheri Musser.
"All the dancers have been great to work
with and I love them all." said Mrs. Fessler,
Adv Dance teacher.
This years adv. dance had a very busy
year. Starting off with the Open House
dance concert which over 500 people attend-
ed. In December some advanced dancers
performed on the Phoenix Symthony stage at
the Celebrate Youth Concert. At the end of
the year advanced dance had their own con-
cert, it was a sell out!! Great job advanced
A special welcome to Ms. Stoneman the
new dance teacher.
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Top row: Melissa Speegle, Jill Stringham, Kim Foth, Jennifer Braxton, Mike Dewey, Tracey Hollmann,
Lori Kellner, Cindy Lemons, Sheri Turner, Rose Ybarra. Middle row: Lorie Martin, Nicole Hill, Kim
Earle, Jamie Hutchison, Sherrie Simpson, Cindy Packard, Lena Jackson, Tammy Gabbert. Bottom row:
Brenda Rouse, Joy Mueller, Kim Willey, Ana Rodriguez, Diane Burkey, Lisa Taylor.
uEXit The Bod 9'
Thespians stage play
by Fred Carmichael
The February performance of
"Exit the Body" featured Shelly Per-
ance as Lillian, Cathy Molohon as
Jenny, Juan Guzman as Randolph,
Anna Harmon as I-Ielen, Ginger Pen-
quite as Kate, Tina North as Crane,
Stephen Erno as Vernon, Gary Nolan
as Lyle, Stephen Dentler as Philip,
and Tim Pirkey as Richard.
Miss Theresa Carolan directed the
Fred Carmichael production through
three performances in the school
Twenty-eight drama students par-
ticipated in the technical aspects of
the production, and worked under the
direction of Stage Manager Ken Van
Horn, Lighting Director Jim Yield-
ing, Make-up Director Stephanie
Ritz, Publicity Chairs Gary Nolen
and Stephen Erno, Sound Manager
Dan Moody, Properties Manager
Chad Halvorson, Costume Mistress
Anna Harmon, and House Manager
Thespian Troop 1009
Chad Halvorson, President
Justin Coursey, Vice President
Jeni Ashlock, Secretary
Dan Moody, Treasurer
Ginger Penquite, Historian
Thespian Troupe 41009 is dedicated to
the study of the dramatic arts, and gives
drama students the opportunity to act in, and
Members this year include Anna Harmon,
Gary Nolan, Stephen Dentler, Ken Van
Horn, Jim Yielding, Stephen Erno, Steph-
anie Ritz, Gary Nolan, and Garrett Gracy
A nose for news
Row one: Mr. F ' , Jim Yeilding, Steve Dentler. Row two: Gary Nolen, Barbara Hamilton, Steve Ernal
Sam Sal hree: Bill Johnson.
irected by Mr. Frizon, this
year's Bruin News worked
with limited equipment and
new people, but had a good year.
Since, there is no class for Bruin
News, it is all volunteer and after
school. Mr. Frizon said, "The Bru-
in News is for the interest of the
students of T.G.B. in such things as
lighting, camera's and skit writ-
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The ROTC Rangers are a group of volun-
teer cadets who engage in special training
that is designed to overcome fear, and to
develop courage. ROTC instructor, Sergeant
Miedowicz, says that "ROTC at Trevor
Browne is at a peak with its highest enroll-
ment, and great enthusiasm."
Twenty-six cadets are in the Rangers, and
they have participated in training by back-
packing into Reavis Ranch, camping out at
Seven Springs, and rappelling from cliffs and
A high-lite of the year is when the Rangers
invite Student Government to join them in
rappelling from the activities building during
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Field Science Club
Front, left to right. Leah Hoyt, Lisa Gray, Marcheta Cook, Suzanne Lunt, Ray Bustin, Gary Ramirez, Robin
Ashline, Laura Kemper, Kevin Downing. 2nd row. Dana Krech, Mrs. Burton, Dan Mooky fpresidentj, Lisa Hinkley,
Patty Hennessy, Debbie Hannum, Anna Harman, Linda Schwakopf, Ellen Dykstra, Charlene Cantrell, Patricia
Paskiang, Michelle Kvam, Colleen Ashline, Lori Smith, Dr. Simpson, Mr. James. 3rd row. Matt Risch, Dean
Preston, Doug Lewis, Marni Nixon, Shawna Webb, Terry Schwakopf, Jenny Meyer, Christine Gow, Mike Moody.
This year Trevor's field science club is hav-
ing fun going places. They meet every Tuesday
after school. The club has at least forty mem-
bers and is growing with each meeting. The
club has visited Oak Creek Canyon to watch
the leaves fall and change. The biggest trip this
year was when they went to San Diego and
camped on the beach for three days. They plan
on going to the San Diego Zoo. The club has
been active since Trevor G Browne first
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Monty Loveless, Mr. Troxel, Tom Yarlott, Brian Armer, John Kelly, Tom Escobedo, Bob Congdon, Quinann
Kimbrell, Don Dederick, Mike Favela, Michelle Archuleta, Scott Collins, Chris Velez, Adam Barnes Craig Pierce,
Joey Serio, Mike Abmont, Steve Pollard, Bob Moore, Scott Mount, Scott Gilsinger.
Vica stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs
of America. The purpose of this club is to teach
students how to deal with money and maintain
leadership skills. The job of Mr. Trosel is to
encourage participating students to go out into
the working world thus, taking the advantage
of the opportunity in leadership positions in
industrials areas. Some students work in food
stores, furniture manufacturers, and ceramic
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Row one: Mr. Sharp, Renae Vanau, Shelly Thompson. Row two: Kelly Schroeder, Ivy Secretary Carol Mollllosll
Hersey, Julie Schroeder, Juanita Boyle. Row three: Jerry Robertson, Carol McIntosh, Treosllfer -lllalllla Boyle
Jason Layton, and Christy Faul. Acllvlllos Sllollb' Thompson
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Browne this year, called the
Outdoors Club! This club
which was previously known as the
Rodeo Club was reorganized and
rechartered in October of this year.
It is sponsored by Mr. Sharp and its
motto is "Fun in the Outdoors."
The Outdoors Club has proven to
be one of the most active at Trevor
Browne. The club is involved with
the Phoenix Jaycees and the
Scottsdale Jaycees also they work
with the Rodeo of Rodeos, the Tur-
quoise Circuit Finals Rodeo and
the Parada del Sol Rodeo. Other
activities include horseback riding,
weekends spent at Lake Roosevelt
and in Northern Arizona.
unncrs lick competition
Front, Left to Right: Mike Young, Lonny Derheim, Terry Emerson, Jay Zamboni, Back: Steve Grant, Randy Hill, Scott Miller,
Tony Hernandez, Mike Gasper, Dale Rogers, Derek Drumtra, Hector Gasper, Daniel Orta, Darrel Elkins. Pictured in bottom
photo: Coach David Cruickshank and Coach Joe Elhers.
he aim of the Running Club is to offer students
an opportunity to become involved in running
and leisure activities related to the sport.
The club works closely with Arizona Road Racer's
and Valley Events in promoting running and distribut- '
ing information about runs and races in the valley.
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Capfam Cathy Covert, lst Lt. Mike Cochran.
B.S.U. promotes fellowship
Front row: Patricia Daniels, Lorenzo McNight, Genene Dyer, Debra Fann, Maurita Haynes, Tonya Carter,
Jere Sharp, Carla Cummings, Trica Edwards, Reeva Bellamy, Rhonda Huff, Elyse Hughes. Middle: Tanika
Malone, Chris Moten, Craig Tennell, .Iolee Robinson, April Smith, Lagina, Lilian Aldridge, .Iohnsie Braxton,
Jennifer Braxton, Jackie Bailey, Taj Rahi, Adrian, Tonya Hamilton. Back: Kevin Williams, .IR McCoy,
Darkus Owens, Renata Mills. Not Pictured: Andrea Scott, Daryll Edwards, Renard Murphy, .lack Mathews,
Quincy Henry, Rocky Monroe, Larry Martin, Kenny Williams, Marche Mosley, Kim Shelton, Charlene
McMillian, LaTony Tramel, Errol Tramel.
The Black Student Union is a popular club
which works to promote social and racial
harmony at our school.
Club activities this year included raising
money for the United Negro College Fund,
promoting the national holiday honoring
Martin L. King, and participating in the
All students at Browne are welcome to
join and participate in the B.S.U.
The Guild Club at Trevor Browne was created by
Mr. Black, a social studies teacher. Its purpose is to
promote student artistic development. The Guild
attempts to encourage students to express their
thoughts, opinions, poetry, and innermost feelings
and energy through creativity. Poems and writings
by members of the Guild appear in issues of The
Guild Magazine which is distributed to students at
Trevor Browne. Works of arts and crafts as well as
historical artifacts made by members ofthe club are
also currently on display at Trevor Browne. Activi-
ties ofthe club have been featured on two television
news programs as well as two articles in the Arizona
Republic and Gazette Newspaper.
Back row: Dan Phillips, Auggie Mendoza, Keith Bro, Fred Amante, Chuck Hann, Ray Neipert, Jim Delaware, Ralph Winkler,
Dallas Swearingen, Danny Stone, Allen Stuckey, Chris Roberts, Mike Franzen, Julie Fetchie, Charles Smith, Melinda Horton.
Middle row: Maria Garica, Lilly Charles, Dreantha Reynolds, Bobby Rodriguez, Jackie Mahler, David Farias, Pam Yoeum, Kelly
Schroeder, Stacy Arce, Karen Stearman, Tammy Gabbert, Cindy Orozeo, Lorraine Davenport. Row three: Debra Kurtz,
Samantha Newman, Teri Chatt, Martha Roman, Janice Schcid, Shelly Prescott, Michelle Ulrich, Donna Bowen, Kim Jones. Row
four: Michelle Davis, Jackie Emerson, Jeanette Yielding, Tina Vondra, Mr. Black, Linda Mclaughlin, Sheri Dauphinais, Theresa
Rubalcaba, Dana Duits, Melissa Bruner, Cecilia Barajas, Brenda Rousse, Angela Castle.
Book'n it with Lair staff
First Row: Jennifer Rodgers, Lisa Volker, Anne Kempanien, Stephanie Billups, Julie Schroeder, Cymantha
Makeley, Michelle Ulrich, Myriam Camacho. Row Two: Errol Tramel, Chuck Hann, Cindy Trew, Derek
Phillips, Ken Barrier, Temo Olivo, Tonya Gifford, Kelly Schroeder.
People helping people
Interact is dedicated to service
Gavin Borowicz, Darrel Elkins, Steve Dentler, Sharonne Erickson, Lisa Garrison, Chad Halvorson, Chris Love, Marni Nixon,
Susan Parks, Traci Redfoot, Janice Scheid, Janet Scheid, Michelle Shrum, Latonya Tramel, Cee Cee Peniston, Matt Sauer,
Christine Gow, Patty Hennessy, Melany Jones, Ingrid Ericksen, Kathy Wood, Chris Oless, Ginger Penquite, Alfred Tulle, Jenifer
Ashlock, Jenny Meyer, Mellissa Conner, Carolyn Bateman, Shane Carr
"Interact is all about people helping people."
said Mr. Browning. It is a international organi-
zation which has two goals-international and
local understanding. The Rotery club sponsors
This year they held two blood drives. They
also supplied a Christmas dinner and presents
to 24 kids who would have done without.
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Mr. Douglas Smith fsponsorj, Jame Baldwin, James McElveen, Natalie Chrisman, Kim Braxdale, Gavin
Borowiak, Mark Gross, Fedyico Balzani, Shawn Johnson, Jesus Rodrigues, David Niska, Robert Kupillas,
Joan Niska, Chris Worldy, Chris Love, Teresa Bauer, Diane Pekau, Roman Johnson, Not Pictured: Sal
Rivera, Shane Karr, Jamie Borowiak, Tim Cope
This year the Model United Nations Club,
or better known as the Model U.N. club is
concentrating on getting the students more
familiar and getting involved with all kinds
of politics in the United States and a few
So far the Model U.N. club has been to
Thunderbird, and Tollison High Schools.
Their big trip this year was when they went
to U of A.
Bottom row: left to right. Jeri Sharp, Martha Roman, Craig Smith. Back Row: Allan Stuckey, Paul Dumm, John
Reafleng, Mr. Calderon.
The bike club offers young people a chance
to take trips together and to have fun. The club
was started by Mr. Calderon and he hopes that
members will be inspired in their quest for
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Distributive Education students, under the super-
vision of Mrs. Hockens, practice their marketing
skills by operating the Cubby Hole.
The Cubby Hole is open for business during the
school day, and gives students and staff an opportu-
nity to shop for a variety of goods. Greeting cards,
small gifts, posters, and school supplies can be pur-
chased from DECA students who stock supplies and
operate the cash register.
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Row one: Laura Kemper, David Newberry, Robert Mitchell, QPresidentJ Chris Ryan, Duke Gasiorowski,
Shannon Farmer Row two: Daryle Russell, Ray Bustin, Scott Inman, Vice President Sean Glenville, Ifrank
Crisman, Coach Mr. Walker.
This year the chess club plans to rebuild
the team, having lost alot of members to
graduation last year. Their goal this year was
to be in the top four of their division in order
to compete in the State Chess Tournaments.
They also plan to have a very strong team for
next year's chess club.
The Bear Facts are a product
Row one: Cathy Dobbins, Anita Ray, Taj Rahi, Jackie Mahler, and Eddie Levens. Row two: Christine Gow, Chuck
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he Newspaper Staff works
under the direction of editor Editor ........... ....... A nita Ray
Anita Rey and Produces Assistant Editor . . . ..... Jackie Mahler
nine issues 21 Year- The Staff is One Copy Editor .... ..... C athy Dobbins
of the few in Arizona which does its Sports Editgr I I I ,.,, Todd Thurman
0Wn tYPesetttn8 and Paste'nP- Staff Feature Editor .... ........ T aj Rahi
members have else helped Preduee News Editor ........ . . .Christine Gow
Other school flyers and have eontri' Advertising Editor .... .... E ddie Levens
buted artieles te the eennnnnity Business Manager . . . . .Shahn Cornell
newspapers. Exchange Editor .... . . . Todd Oliver
Former Staff members Chris Cartoonists ....... ...... S hane Karr
Perkly and Danny Ashlock are Steve Gram
presently attending NAU on jour- Dean McDonald
nahsrn Sehelarships. Photographers . . .... David Trinidad
Chuck Lazarr . Taj Rahi
Anita Ray Christine Gow
Jackie Mahler Eddie Levens
Cathy DObbir1S Shahn Cornell
Todd Thurman Shane Karr
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Front row, left to right: Lisa Garrison, Leah Hoyt, Nancy Chong, Charlene Ulla. Middle row, Billy
Nesteruck, Feddie Balzam, Hinhpalom Phouybanhdyt, Tammy Roman, Jesus Felix. Back rowg Joe
Cabrera Ccoachj, Justin Coursey, Annetta Slack, Chris Oless, Janet Scheid, Hanjin Kim, John Shaffer.
Not pictured: Janice Scheid, Natalie Chrisman, Belinda Denny, Kahni Stanly, Shane Carr, Nancy
Alvarez, Bruce, Sarai Cabrera, Kris Hancock, and Darryl.
he Racket Club is one of the newest clubs at Trevor this year. Consider-
ing it's a new club, they have been doing very well. The club has 25-30
members, and expecting more. The club was made up so the tennis
players would have opportunity to play all year round. The racket club also
has had two tournaments and plan on having more this year. The club goals for
this year are to double the attendance, have tournaments regularly, and plan
on having some tennis tournaments. Activities they have done is selling carna-
tions, and pepperoni sticks. The Racket Club would also like to thank the
booster club for buying them new uniforms.
Varsity Football Club
Dedicated to promoting success in school
The varsity football club is composed of
all the young men on the varsity football
team. The club is dedicated to promoting
school spirit and to helping players achieve
academic success. Coach Mitton sponsors
the club, and Mrs. Moten and Mr. Siegel
both support the mission ot the club.
This year, the club raised money thru a
weight lifting contest, and helped sponsor an
Coach Bill Mitton, Principal Doris Moten, Assistant Principal
DECA, promotes outstanding students
Front row: Tammie Olson, Lilly Charles, Kathy Labbe, Samantha Newman, Middle row: Dawn
Wood, Michelle Carrillo, Cynthia Hamilton, Chas Camacho, Chuck Franzin, Jackie Emerson, Jeannie
Strccpcr. Back row: Keith Bro, Eddie Poe, Patty Alderman, Kelly Johnson, Sebrena Patterson, Philip
Hernandez, Paula Hocken, advisor.
Front row: Cheri Crider, Kim Earle, Carmen Soto, Marie Castillo, Flaynna Dale, Juanita Boyle. Middle row
Mrs. Hocken, Alice Bucker, Jim Travis, Rachael Wrbelis, Lorrene Buehner, Toni Mahlman, Lorie Martin
Tracy Tompkins, John Jones. Back row: David Williams, Stephnie Smith, Marty Diggs, Christine Meyers
Paul Lapointe, Stephanie Abram.
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Warmath, Nikki Moore, Olivia Comparan, Jennifer Squires, Kris Lents. Not pictured, Ray Christopher, Mike
Conard, Mary Garcia.
Marketing, advanced Marketing, DECA and
the Cubby Hole are all part of the program to
prepare students for the business world. Juniors
who are taking marketing also work in the Cubby
Hole for on-the-job training.
With the money the students raise from candy
sales, they help registration and travel expenses
when they attend regional conferences.
The Powder Puff football game, Muscular
Dystrophy Super Dance and the 10K run, are just
a few fund raising events that the DECA club
raises money for support of their selected chari-
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the dust as storm drains were being
installed under 75th Avenue, and
freeway construction was ap-
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75th Avenue and the freeway, one
could now drive to Los Angeles
without coming to a red light. But,
downtown Phoenix was still a lot of
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of dirt in front of the school, or
large holes in the roadway. Thomas
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75th, and students have to walk in
the dirt and mud to get to school.
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