1989 - Archive Aspen

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1989 - Archive Aspen
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Junior class officers: Mike Mackenzie, president; Demian Weaver, ecre·
tar~ /treasurer. Not pictured: Chris Anderson, vice-president.
Kris Allsop
·athan Allsop
Chris Anderson
Kelly Andresen
Luke Austin
Gray Brandt
Jason Canik
Matt Blevins
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ju nior
Amy Clark
Melis a Cohen
teve Cook
bane Coolidge
ju nior
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Ali on Coorde
Brent D'Attilo
Mark Dalrymple
Amy Davis
1972-1988
eth Davis
Joey Donlan
Ali Eli
David Fox
Heather Freer
Katie Gantzel
Marya Gas man
tacey George
Tiffany Gilner
Andria Glidden
Bruce Goodwin
Harmony Hendricks
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Todd Hickman
Joe Holman
Jamie Hutt
Jennifer lbbot on
Ju·• nior
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~ick} Kern
:\taysoon Khalaf
Angel Killock
Ilyanna Kre ke
.\tarabeth Leduc
Kim Living ton
Adam MackayMarshall
Mike Mackenzie
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Ju'•nior
Kri ta Martinez
andy Norri
Kri tin No tdahl
Alix Panayotopulo
We ley Patch
Thad Paul
Simon Penny
Jason Pierucci
Ju'• nior
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Michelle Plantec
Britt Ro en
Chri chmidt
Chri hipp
Peter mith
Luke tratford
Kirsten tuart
Megan wanton
D r k Threet
Paige Torinus
Tiffanie Ward
hanti Waldrop
Demian Weaver
Alicia Werning
Jon Wiik
L}nn Williams
Not pictured :
.\rin Bishop
\icholai Beadle ton
Brian Charit)
Dirk Dieter
JerQ Flei her
John Gabriella
~lind) Greene
Karen John on
Pie'\\ · eong Poh
Erik Rudolph
Fidel \'illanue' a
Ju' • nior
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ophomore class officers: arab Kolbe, vice pre ident;
Hillary mith, pre ident; Clay Dahlman, ecretary / treaurer.
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oph' • o• mores
Serafina Auster
Chris Bennett
latt Brager
Trevi Burkholder
Jennifer Canik
Freedom Carlson
Linda Consuegra
Jason Costello
Clay Dahlman
Matt Denison
faelle De chutter
Di abatino
J on Doughty
Noah Frank
~Iegan
Jo h Garcia
Brett Gen ch
Claire Gudmund on
Dirk Hale
Soph' • o• more
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Ryan Hoffner
Matt Hoi tein
Brittany Jordan
Gary Juul
Tommy KearseJ
Keith Klingeman
Sarah Kolbe
Jenny Limacher
Katie Little
Dawn Mange
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Soph' • o• mores
Meli!>sa McDaniel
Andrew Meeker
Am) Mitchell
'1att Morri sette
had l\1 urphy
Grant Packard
Luca<, Peltonen
Craig Persiko
Ja<,on Ransdall
oph '• o• mores
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oph'•o•mores
Ryan Rudolph
uzie Rupert
Christie anders
Jason ands
Chri cheer
Vicky Sehmidt
Je sica chultz
Damon imp on
Kevin middy
Hillary mith
ot pictured:
Mechelle Gatchell
Rocky Go
Bill Holme
Jo h Lemo
Aaron Maye
Roy 0 born
tichael Rieger
imon Rubick
Neil tapleton
John Teague
Ruben Vijil
Gabriel Tattenham
Jennifer palding
amantha tapleton
Eric Trefethen
Beth Wilke
amantha Wood
oph' • o• more
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Fre hmen clas officers: Ian Kahn, vice pre ident; Mike Monahan, pre ident; Ashraf Khalaf, ecretary /treasurer.
Kira Chaney
Tommy Clark
John Cooley
Ashley Fallin
Travi Fi her
hannon Franci
u an Geide
Paula Godfrey
Jill Greene
Jason Guterman
Raffi Hairabedian
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Fresh' •men
Mandy Anderson
Daniel Arellano
Ashley Austin
Brooke Bagley
Annie Baldwin
topher Beck
Jake Bergener
Ingrid Bollman
Kira Brendlinger
Matt Budreau
Melli a Carini
Mark Corni h
India Draper
Iandy Fai on
Fresh •men
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Brittany Harder
lathew Hayes
Hilary Hendrick
Jason Hutt
Ian Kahn
Autumn Kent
Eric La zew Jd
Corey Lauer
Chrishna Lee
Laura Lel-itz
Rachel Maye
Mark Meleg
Lyn Okeson
Nicky Parson•
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Fresh'• men
Eric Hillmuth
Kim Hojel
Holly Holman
Ashraf Khalaf
ate Kolbe
Je ica LaPalio
Chami a Lopez-Lamm
Marjorie Luc
Colin Marshall
David Martin
Tim Moffroid
oah Mo
Jason Peterson
Frank Pickell
Fre h • men
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Joel Pickell
Mac Rebant
Tap Ro en
Jenny Ro
Juana anchez
Jenny Schiffer
Colin middy
Liz titt
Mi ty Stonehocker
Sheehan ullivan
andra Tapia
Daron Threet
Josh Tomp on
Josh Waldrop
Tanja Wechselberger
Alder Yarrow
Camia Young
Nattana Young
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Fre h' •men
Not pictured:
Andrew All baugh
Jason Gatchell
Brendan Kiernan
Loui Kuper
Pedro Martinez
Mike Monahan
Chri Ponin
Fresh •mt>n
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Junior varsity team. Back row: Ali Elias, Linda Consuegra, Paige
Torinu , Coach Mark Fowler. Middle row: Andrea Glidden, Vicky
Schmidt, Dawn Mange , Beth Wilkes. Front row: Melis a Carini, Katie
Gantzel, Kira Brendlinger, Annie Baldwin.
JUST DO IT!
voleleyeball (val l bol~ 1. a game
played by volleying a large inflated ball
over the net. 2. emphasis on successful
serves, sets and spikes. 3. team has
height, depth, speed and experience. 4.
new coach, new style, new strategy, new
feeling of unity. 5. 11 returning seniors.
6. league recognition, State success (fifth
place 2A). 7. significant season, freshmen 15-5, junior varsity 15-5, varsity 214. 8. Running streak of 6 consecutive victories.
Freshmen team. Back row: Coach Nancy Haddad, Lyn Okeson,
Tanja Wechselberger, Misty Stonehocker, Elizabeth Stitt, Brittany Harder, Ashley Fallin, Brooke Bagley, Shannon Francis.
Middle row: Sandra Tapia, Sheehan Sullivan, Marjorie Lucks,
Corey Lauer, Nattana Young, Mandy Faison, Holly Holman,
Camia Young. Front row: Ingrid Bollman, Paula Godfrey, Volunteer Assistant Coach Misty Mason .
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STATE IN '88
Varsity Team. Back row: Head Coach Mick Bennett, Adrine Hairabedian, Kate Cooley, Taletha Derrington, Anne Carl on,
Hilary Hooker, Melanie Hughes, Manager Ilyanna Kreske. Front row: Trishka Lemos, Karin Stoeckl, Megan Swanton,
Kirsten tuart, Katie ecrist, helby Hill, Michelle Meeker.
Over The Hills And Through The Woods
cross coun • try (kros ken'tre) 1. the action of running in competition
over countryside (as across fields and through woods) and golf courses but
not by roads. 2. consistent competition in state championships. 3. practices consisting of six-mile runs and endless intervals. 4. requires travel of
great distances by vehicle in order to run equally great distances on foot.
5. offers the opportunity to communicate with birds, bees, branches,
bushes, rocks, and ruts.
tate runners. Back row: Joey Donlan, Aly sa Erdman, Aar·
on Mayes. Front row: Joe Pausback, Adam MacKay·Marshall,
Katie Riley, Don Hillmuth, Lucas Peltonen.
Back row: Head Coach Mark Barbour, Devon Ree e, Aaron Mayes, Lucas Peltonen, Jason
Pierucci, Chris Bennett, Assistant Coach Rod Garcia. 1iddle row: Joey Donlan, Adam
Mackay-Marshall, Joe Pausback, Don Hillmuth, Eric Hillmuth. Front Row: Hillary Smith,
Alys a Erdman, Nancy Callahan, Katie Riley. ot pictured: Katie Kiernan, Chamisa Lopez·
Lamm, Michelle Plantec.
Triumphs Over Tees, Traps and Trees
Head Coach Werk Cook, Megan Di abatino, Ryan Rudolph, Damon Simp on, Freedom Carlson, Chris Scheer, Todd
Thielemann, Matt Brager.
golf (golf) 1. a game whose object is to sink a ball in each of 9 or
18 succe sive holes on a course by
using few strokes and avoiding variQus obstacles. 2. skiers survive
first golf season. 3. next year
promises to bring still more talent.
Head Coach Werk Cook
Captain Todd Thielemann
golf
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foot• ball
(fut'bol) 1. athletic
event played on a rectangular
field punctuated by collision,
crunch and crash all for possession of a strangely shaped "pigskin" used to make points. 2. new
head coach, new approach, new
ideas. 3. injuries, turnovers, fumbles, shaken dreams of glory. 4.
positive running, seasoned quarterbacking, good crowds, and
varied line shows. 5. Josh Goldman's 1,005 yards rushing and
Terry Smith's 1,157 yards of
passing. 6. respectable performances, league recognition and
healthy team appreciation of
each other's talent and effort.
Terry mith, All-League Honorable Mention,
and Jo h Goldman, All League Defeo ive
Back. ot pictured: Eric Budreau, All League
Honorable Mention.
Good Effort, Good Attitude
Back row: Coach Mike Wilson, Mike Lyons, Derek mith, Will Bailey,
Jason Javor, Rich Sauer, Chri Durham, Terry Smith, Trainer Debbie Van
Horn. Second row: Head Coach Jim Flei her, Mark Dalrymple, Kel-in
Smiddy, Dirk Hale, Joe Holman, eth Davis, Coach Tim Rickerd. Third
row: Coach Dave Rowlands, Travi Fisher, Jason Peterson, Tim Moffroid,
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footeball
Mixed Season
Jo h Lemo , Jason Hutts, Mike Monahan, Coach Chris Fox. Fourth row:
Jason Costello, Joel Pickell, Collin Smiddy, Noah Mo , Tom Clark, Jo h
Waldrop, hraf Khalaf, Coach Kevin Riley. Front row: Peter mith, Tom
Anderson, Noel Christopher, Jo h Goldman, Tyler William , Eric Budreau,
Jason Canik, Luke Austin.
Football Coaches. Back row: Tim Rickerd, Chri Fox, like
Wilson. Front row: Head Coach Jim Flei her, Kevin Riley,
Trainer Debbie VanHorn, Dave Rowlands.
Varsity Football
core board
Opponent
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Roaring Fork
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Ba alt
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Battle fountain
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Rifle
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Eagle Valley
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Moffat County
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Glenwood Spring
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teamboat Spring
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Meeker
Aspen
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foot• ball
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soc•cer
(sok'' er)
1. game played on rectangular field in which a round
ball is maneuvered into net
goals by use of head and
feet. 2. noted by nifty new
sweats. 3. co-ed teams. 4.
loosing season; winning
team.
Back row: Coach Andrew Popinchalk, Josh Garcia, Bobby ebohar, Clay Dahlman, A i tant Coach
Patsy Truvillion. econd row: Garrett Fisher, Michael Mount, Britt Ro en, Mark Cornish, Tappy Rosen,
Colin 1arshall, Mark Meleg. Third row: Jon Wiik, Lisen Gustafson, Mike Mackenzie, Sydney Lynn,
tacey George, Chris Anderson, arab Kolbe, ick Parson , ate Kolbe. Front row: Thad Paul, Luke
tratford, bane Coolidge, Hernial Kafle, Jaime Hutts, Mika alin.
Goal For It!
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soc• cer
A Hot Season for a Cool Sport
Hockey # 1 in League
hock• ey (hok 1
ey)
1. game on ice skates using
curved sticks to drive a puck
into a net goal. 2. potential
State # 1's. 3. fierce competitors, bruised bodies. 4. long
season, strong skaters.
Back row: Tyler Williams, Eli Treibick, Luke tratford, Travi Rodman, Jo h Lemos, Mark
Dalrymple. Middle row: Nick Kern, Ross Ziets, Lucas Peltonen, bane Coolidge, Nicholai
Beadleston. Front row: Jo h Goldman, Eric Budreau.
hock•ey
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al•pine Ski •ing
(al 1 pin Ske I ing)
1. a descending gradiant toward a lower or
inferior state or level. 2. consists of:
humphry jumping, powder skiing, cliff
jumping, absence from school second semester, new equipment each year (needed
or not), bamboo eating, and shin to win!
Back row: Tyler William , Noel Chri topher, Jim Atkin on, Stacey
George, Eric Hom. Front row: Raul Guisado, uzi Rupert, Karin
toeckl, Chri Anderson. ot pictured: Chris Potvin, Mike Monahan.
It's All Downhill From Here
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al•pine ski•ing
The Power Gliders
and Their Fresh Tracks
cross coun•try ski•ing
(kro 'sken tre ske' ing)
1. moving over snowy countryside at high speed. 2. to endure
pain and the elements in order to win. 3. to endure pain while
attempting to act like Gonde Svan (Latin Skiium ordicus ).
Back row: erafina Au ter, Devon Ree e, Freedom Carlson, Joe Pau back. Front row: Don Hillmuth,
Chami a Lamm, Nancy Callahan. Not pictured: Jason Pierucci.
cro
coun•tr) ski•ing
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girls bas ket ball
eniors: Melanie Hughe , Anne Carl on, fichelle Meeker, Margaret
Jandegian, Alii on fink, Taletha Derrington.
(ger els bas ket bol) 1. a game played between two
teams of five players each, on a rectangular court,
with each team attempting to throw the ball through
its own basket and preventing the other team from
scoring. 2. a group of girls striving to succeed at a
competitive sport. 3. a season lasting a million years.
4. "It was all net." 5. played by bruised bodies,
broken bones, and unexplained jinxes. 6. too many
double dribbles and missed free throws. 7. continuous
complaints about suction tight uniforms in a style
from 1852.
Freshmen basketball. Back row: hannon Franci , Brooke Bagley, Brittany Harder,
Assistant Coach heri Holden. Middle row: andra Tapia, Juana anchez, Kira
Chaney. Front row: Meli sa Carini, Nattana Young, Annie Baldwin, Camia Young.
Junior varsity basketball. Back row: Assistant Coach heri Holden, Juana anchez,
andra Tapia, hannon Franci , Camia Young, Kira Chaney, Vicki chmidt. fiddle
row: Annie Baldwin, Meli a Carini, Nattana Young, Jennifer palding, Melissa
Cohen, Trevi Burkholder. Front row: Brittany Harder, Brooke Bagley, Hillary
Smith, amantha Wood. Not pictured: Junior Varsity Coach Lori Livinston.
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Girls Bas•ket•ball
Take it to the Top!
Varsity Basketball. Back row: Anne Carl on, Margaret Jandegian, helby Hill, Paige Torinu ,
amantha Wood, Vicki chmidt, Head Coach Dave Conarroe. Front row: Melanie Hughes, Kirsten
tuart, IIi on Mink, Hillary mith, Taletha Derrington.
Girls Bas•ket•ball
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Winning More
eniors. Back row: Bobby eebohar, ean Smiddy, Todd Thie·
lemann. Front row: Chris Harrison, Jason laver, Rich auer.
Junior varsity basketball. Back row: Coach Werk Cook, Chris Scheer, Matt Brager,
Kevin middy, Thad Paul. Middle row: Roy 0 born, Piew· eong Poh, Jason Rans·
dall, Jason Co tello, Jo h Garcia. Front row: Demian Weaver, Noah Frank, Jon
Wiik, Jason Sands.
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Boys Bas•ket•ball
Losing Less!
boys bas•ket•ball
(boys bas kit bol) 1. a game
played between two teams of
five players each, on a rectangular court, with each team attempting to throw the ball
through its own basket and
preventing the other team
from scoring. 2. a team maturing greatly both on and off the
court. 3. improvement in
league standings.
Varsity basketball. Back row: A istant Coach Werk Cook. econd row: tanagers
Katrina Weimann, Marya Gassman. Third row: John Gabriella, ean middy, Thad
Paul. Fourth row: Head Coach Kirk Gregory, Jason laver, teve Cook, Todd Theile·
mann. Fifth row: Chris Harrison, Todd Hickman, Rich auer. Front row: We Patch,
Bobby ebohar.
Fr hmen basketball. Back row: Jason Petersen, Joel Pickell,
Ashraf Khalaf, Coach Werk Cook. Front row: Colin middy,
Travi Fi her, Daniel Arellano, Noah fo , latt Budreau.
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Seriously Academic Become Seriously Active
Year of Causes, Changes and Service
Heidi Roupp
na•tioneal hon•or SO•Ci•ety (nash/ en I an er
se sT"'et~) 1. prestigious organization requiring a 3.5
cumulative grade point average. 2. membership by invitation only. 3. meetings every two weeks. 4. participants
in Amnesty International. 5. organizers of "Political
Views Debate." 6. Publishers of The As en Leaflet. 7.
wearers of honor collars at graduation.
Back row: Johanna Riley, Luke Stratford, Michael MacKenzie. Middle row: Andria Glidden, Heidi Kopp, Jan Jennings,
Taletha Derrington, Ilyanna Kreske, Marya Gassman, Melanie Hughes, Amy Clark. Front row: Shelby Hill, Megan
Swanton, Katie Secrist, Meredith Meskin, Katie Gantzel, Karin Stoeckl. Not pictured: Chris Anderson, Anne Carlson.
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na•tion•al hon•or so•ci•ety
Chris Harrison, Student Body President; Melanie Hughe ,
tudent Body Vice Pre ident; Garrett Fi her, Student Body
Secretary /Treasurer.
Back row: George Burson, Hillary mith, Jamie Hutts, Bobby eebohar, Chri Harri on, ean middy, A hrof
Khalaf. liddl row: Marjorie Lucks, We Patch, Katie Cooley, Damian Weaver, Tri hka Lemo , folly Gorsuch,
Katie ecrist, Michelle Meeker. Front row: Melanie Hughe , Rome Ryan, Joe Pausback, Ian Kahn.
(stud1ent sen1 et) 1. an organization enabling student
participation in decision making for Aspen High School as related to student
activities and concerns. 2. supporter of Rocky Mountain Rescue. 3. producer of
school enthusiasm through dances and Homecoming Week activities. 4. founder
of Field Day. 5. The Aspen High School student voice.
stud•ent sen•ate
Still Promoting Student Ideas, Welfare
and Concerns
Tomorrow's Entertainers
at Aspen High School Today!
MAD com•pa•ny
(MAD
kemp' e ne)
1. a group of talented energetic
students who enjoy singing and
dancing. 2. concerts performed
locally as well as nationally. 3.
raised group funds by performances, selling poinsettia and
firestarters. 4. were invited to
Montreaux Jazz Festival.
Back row: Jerry Fleischer, Derek mith, Todd Hickman, Terry mith, Li a Allen, ean middy,
John Cooley, Alder Yarrow. Middle row: Joe Holman, Vicky chmidt, Brent Gen ch, Ingrid
Bollman, Noah Moss. Front row: ara Kolbe, Clay Dahlman, am Wood, Hillary Smith, Christie
anders, Director Don Dillon.
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MAD com•pa•ny
MAD Company
Aspen Echo . Back row: Brittany Harder, Andrew All·
paugh, Director Don Dillon, usan Geide. econd row:
Jenny Ro , Jennifer palding, uzie Rupert, hannon
Franci . Third row: Holly Holman, Annie Baldwin,
Jo h Waldrop, Lyn Oke on. Front row: Kira Brend·
linger, Lisa Carpenter, Kri tin No tadahl.
choir (kwier)
Don Dillion, Director
Aspen Echos
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as•pen ech •os
1. an organized company of singers to
sing in chorus or concert. 2. Aspen Echo .
3. mixture of sight reading, music theory,
and vocal techniques. 4. vocal harmonies
produced.
Echos Echos ...
Many Moods of Music
jazz•band
Uaz 1band)
1. loud, rhythmic, accelerated music
played by a group organized as musicians. 2. group of talented, hard working musicians. 3. produce soothing
rhythms and exciting euphonies. 4.
sweet sounds escaped instruments at
Winterskol, volleyball games, and basketball games.
Back row: Freedom Carl on, Jon Wiik, Andria Glidden, Jason Doughty, Lucas Peltonen, Jason Co tello,
Eric Hillmuth. Middle row: Amy Clark, Raffi Hairabedian, had 1urphy, Tommy Clark, Tral-iS Fi her,
Director Bill Kluchko. Front row: Colin middy, Jason Hutts, Ian Kahn, Bruce Goodwin.
jazz band
HOT TO GO
H-0-T-T-0-G-0
cheer• lead •ing (cher '
Ie
ding)
1. energetic. 2. pep rallies. 3. rahrahs. 4. toe-touches, angels, pyramids. 5. homecoming decorations. 6. camp (What a nightmare!)
Jennifer Canik, Molly Gorsuch, Melissa Cohen, Trevi Burkholder, Brittany Jordan, Molly chultz,
Tanya Simp on, Jessica Jordan and Jenni Patch.
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cheer•lead•ing
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Iandy Anderson, taelle De chutter, Autumn Kent, Jenny Ro , Ashley
Au tin, Jenny chiffer.
Mandy Anderson, Marjorie Lucks, Jenny Ro , Kira Brendlinger, Jennifer Canik, Christie anders,
Jenny chiffer.
THE '89 SQUADS ARE HOT TO GO!
Molly Gorsuch, Molly chultz, Je ica Jordan, Tanya imp on, and Jenni Patch.
cheer• lead• ing
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Vocational Student Organizations
Preparing For Careers
(vo ell"' shen el in1
des tre el clubs ev e mer"e ke) 1. students organized to participate in competitive
events which test vocational knowledge, leadership and communication skills. Synonyms: technically literate, skilled, career orientated.
vo•Ca•tion•al in•dns•tri•al clubs of A•mer•i•ca
VICA. Back row: Billy Holmes, Dirk Dieter, Shane Coolidge, Michael Rieger, David Fox, Eric Rudolph, Mike Lyon , Don
Hillmutb, Advisor John Fisher, Bobby Kienast, Bill Johnson. Front row: Chris Andresen, Aaron Maye , Tyler Williams,
Cory Anderson, Todd Thielemann, Advisor Ken Larson.
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VICA
DE(;A. Back row: Jennifer Ibbotson, Krista Martinez, Angel Killock, Advi or Dave Conarroe, oel
Christopher. Front row: Aaron Bishop, Lynn Williams, Beth LeDuc, Tiffany Ward, Advisor ancy
Haddad.
dis • trib • u • tive
ed•u•ca•tion
clubs of
A•mer•i•ca (dis trilf yet iv
ej e ka shen klebs of e mer' e ke)
1. involvement in marketing theories. 2. putting into practice
through actual application and
student-to-student competition.
fu•ture bus•i•ness lead•ers
of A•mer•i•ca (fyu/cher biz' nes
h~d1 ers ev e mel e ke) 1. a group of
students whose future may include
banking, marketing, buying, selling,
production, distribution, and trading.
2. serious business students. Synonyms: competency, aggressiveness,
leadership.
FBLA. Back row: Debbie Jackson, Jim Atkin on, Advi or
Dave Conarroe, Chri Harri on, Mike Lyon . Front row: Piper
Daily, Hilary Hooker, Tanya Simp on, Je ica imp on.
DECA /FBLA
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TRIGGER BRAINS TRIGGER MOUTHS
Back row: Joe Pausback, Jamie Hutts, Derek Threet, Jason Pierucci, Adam Marshall. econd row:
imon Penny, Craig Persiko, Matt Blevins, Yanna Kre ke, Joey Donlan, Alder Yarrow. Third row:
Michelle Plantec, Beth Wilke , Johanna Riley, Marya Gas man. Front row: like Mackenzie, Don
Hillmuth. Not pictured: Chris Anderson.
know•ledge bowl
(nal ij bol) 1. an extra curricular organization. 2. requires intelligence, fast fingers, a
competitive nature, a finely tuned sense of
humor. 3. monthly meets. 4. statewide competiton. 5. all are welcome.
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Know•ledge Bowl
Today a Debater -
Tomorrow a Donahue
Back row: Beth Wilkes, Kim Lhing ton, Tom Clark, Yanna Kreske, Director Mike Reed. Front row: Jenny
Ibbotson, 'arab Kolbe, Marjorie Luc~. my Clark, Michelle Plantec.
speech and de•bate
(spech and di bat) 1. students competing with speeches of humor, drama,
and political crisis. 2. traveling to other schools to compete. 3. doing well in
state competition in Denver. 4. Jenny
Ibbotson--5th place in radio broadcasting.
fall cal•en•dar
(fol kal' en
der)
1. an orderly list of persons, things,
and events in the season when the
leaves turn yellow. 2. 1st day of
school, conversations, and crushes.
3. new teachers and assignments. 4.
field day victory - Team 7 - Heavenly winners. 5. homecoming with
wall to wall decorations. 6. school
Halloween costumes and beginning of
yearbook production. 7. cross country and girls' volleyball to State. 8.
and the year is just beginning.
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fall cal•en•dar
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Win • ter Cal• en • dar
win •ter cal•en •dar
(wint er kal en der) 1. season between fall and spring. 2. snow flurries; temperatures below zero. 3.
cold-weather sports: basketball,
cross country and alpine skiing,
hockey, boys volleyball. 4. Valentine
dance - new attachments. 5. struggles with 1st semester fmals. 6. new
courses for second semester. 7. students from Israel, France, and the
whole mob from Argentina. 8. endless conversations. 9. Junior Olympics and ski company graphics.
Win•ter Cal•en•dar
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Spring Cal•en•dar
spring cal•en •dar (spring kal en
der) 1. the season after winter,
preceeding summer. 2. green
grass, green leaves, bright sun,
tan students. 3. activities centered on the "beach." 4. baseball, track. 5. senioritis. 6. experiential education, prom, graduation.
EXPERIENTIAL
EDUCATION
VERLOOK
12 M\LE
ex•pe•ri•en•tial ed•u•ca•tion (ik spire en chel ej e ka
shen) 1. multi dimensional opportunity to develop and nuture
social skills, peer relationships, group dynamics and self-growth
beyond the classroom setting. 2. immediately applying what you
have learned to real-life situations. 3. rafting, Grand Canyon, Washington, D.C., New York, Taos/Santa Fe, scuba diving, Havasu, photography, first aid, desert bike, Arizona bike, Canyonlands mountain bike, Aspen Club, fly fishing, trap and skeet,
Tetons.
A GREAT WAY
TO LEARN
Back row: Coach Bud Hickman, Thad Paul, Brian Charity, Rich auer, ean middy, Tommy
Kearsey, Coach Willard Clapper, Coach Jeff Yusem. econd row: Chris cheer, Matt Budreau,
Jason ands, Mike Monahan, Matt Deni on, Demian Weaver, We Patch, Jon Wiik. Front row:
Brendan Kiernan, Grant Packard, Nicky Kern, Ro s Ziets, Terry Smith, Todd Hickman, Travi
Fisher.
bas • bol (bas bol) 1. a game
played with a hard, rawhidecovered ball and wooden bat by
two opposing teams of nine
players. 2. skiers come short of
.500. 3. unfortunate numerous
injuries. 4. Coach Clapper announces coaching retirement.
5. high hopes for 1990.
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bas•bol
MAYBE NEXT YEAR
track and field
(trak end feld) 1. a group of contests in
running, jumping, and throwing. 2. Aspen shows a successful season. 3. Joe Pausback, Noel Christopher, and Adam
Mackay-Marshall advance to state. 3. girls' relay team improves time by over two seconds. 3. many goals achieved by
all!
SUCCESS
Back row: Coach Dave Conarroe, Joe Pau back, Vicky chmidt, Noel Chri topher, Piew- eong
Poh, Jo h Goldman, As i tant Coach Mark Barbour. econd row: Ryan Hoffner, had Murphy, Andria Glidden, Marjorie Lucks, Devon Reese, Derek Threet, Don Hillmuth. Front row:
Kira Chaney, Annie Baldwin, Katie Riley, Mika alin, Kirsten tuart, Mike Mackenzie.
and field
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A NIGHT TO
REMEMBER
prom
(pram) 1. a transition from outdoor ed. life (showerless and dirty for a
week) to the black tie and formal dress in
the elegance of the Hotel Jerome. 2. for
seniors, a time to recollect the past, imagine the future, and live for the present. 3.
splurging on condos and creating memories with friends, a time of togetherness
that will be cherished forever. 4. junior/
senior prom: Saturday, May 20, 1989. 5.
King Chris Harrison and Queen Piper Daily.
WE'VE COME A LONG WAY
grad•u•a•tion (graj e wa shen) 1. the act of receiving
a diploma from a school. 2. prelude: Aspen High School
Jazz Band. 3. processional: "Pomp and Circumstance." 4.
invocation: Reverend Robert Babb. 5. department scholar
awards given by department chairpersons. 6. "Run for the
Roses" sung by Will Bailey accompanied by Taletha Derrington. 7. salutatory address given by Melanie Hughes. 8.
presentation of awards given by high school staff. 9.
valedictory address given by Taletha Derrington and Jan
Jennings. 10. "A Place in the Sun" sung by Lisa Allen. 11.
presentation of class by Aspen School District Superintendent, Dr. Frank Betts. 12. presentation of diplomas by
Aspen School Board President, Mr. Chuck Brandt. 13.
"Best of Times" performed by Aspen High School MAD
Company. 14. recession performed by Aspen High School
Band.
proj•ect
grad•u•a•tion
(proj' ekt graj e wa shen) 1. a
non-alcohol, drug-free senior party; takes place after graduation;
events: dancing, eating, volleyball, games, and closing ceremonies. 2. an event taking place beginning on evening of June 3rd
and ending the morning of June
4th at the Aspen Club. 3. event
supported by donations of prizes,
money, and dinners from the
business community of Aspen
and Snowmass.
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proj•ect grad•u•a•non
Yearbook taff. Back row: Ashraf Khalaf, Adrine Hairabedian, Kevin middy. Middle row: Rome Ryan, Margaret Jandegian, Hilary
Hooker, Jenni Patch, Caroline Gonthier, Kri tin Nostdahl. Front row: Katrina Weimann, Alix Panayotopulo , Johanna Riley, tefanie
Garwood, attana Young, Katie Riley.
Major Headaches, Major Effort,
Minimal Thanks
year• book
Mike Lyons, Chief Photographer
(yer buk) 1. a book published yearly a a report or
summary of facts and events. 2. a tangible collection of
fond and not o fond happening of the pa t chool year.
3. #04973. 4. every page requiring at lea t 24 eparate
processe . 5. cropping, recropping, rough draft , 3R
layouts, proof . 6. hour and hour and hour
Tom Farrell
Principal
prin'•ci•pal (prin e pel) 1. the head of a chool. 2. new man from
Maine. 3. person in the role to make change. 4. supporter of the
tudent body. 5. believer in visions who challenge us to make them
happen. 6. family man. 7. Mr. # 1.
ally mith
Counselor
Karen Angus
Coun elor
Ilene chmidt
Counseling
Technician
coun•sel• or (Kaun' e ler) 1. an advi er. 2. application proofreader.
3. director of freshmen. 4. preparing tudents for their life after high
school.
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Prin • ci• pal/ Coun• se• lor
of•fice ·up•port (ore se port) 1. keeper of the technical aspects of a school. 2. keeper of the
AHS finance . 3. source of sour ball candy. 4. hovelers of the snow. 5. regulators of the heat. 6.
maintainers of the plant.
Jodie Bay
Principal'
ecretary
Patty Jone
Attendance Officer
Jackie Mastrangelo
chool urse
te\·e Chacon
Head Custodian
Of• fice up• port
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Dave Conarroe
Nancy Haddad
Ken Larson
John Fisher
vo•ca-tion•aljtech•ni•cal ed•u•ca•tion) (vo ka'' shen ljtek' ni kel ej
e ka' shen) 1. occupational studies. 2. resumes, 3. organizational
kills. 4. cruple . Synonyms: accounting, auto mechanic , bu ine
law, cabinetmaking, cooperative work experience, drafting, high tech
lab, information processing, keyboarding, marketing, office
management, tech math, woodworking.
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Tech•ni•cal/Vo•ca•tion•al Ed•u•ca•tion
phys•i•cal ed•u•ca•tion (fiz' i kel ej e ka' shen) 1. instruction
in the exercise of the body. 2. a test of power and ability. 3.
the overworked aerobic class . . "get physical." 4. tap and
plie. 5. the weightlifter's dream
Jim Fleisher
Bonnie Maddalone
Don Dillon
Bill Kluchko
Barbara mith
fine arts (fin arts) 1. human creativity. 2. products of a
creative mind. 3. extravagant creation . 4. incredible
voice . 5. exhibits and performance . ynonym : port·
folio, graphic arts, fashion illu tration, MAD Company,
Jazz Band.
Phy •i•ral Ed•u•ra•tion/ Fine Arts
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Pat Hodg on
Elayne Scoofakes
li•brar•i•ans (li brer' eon ) 1. in charge of AHS publications and
other materials for study, reference and enjoyment. 2. upportive
in re earch, enablers of learning. 3. killed members of the "food
patrol." 4. capable of aying " hhh" in more ways than other
faculty members. ynonym : keeper, caretaker, helpful, reference.
Leny Figur
Susan Hill
pe•cial need (spesh' el neds) 1. versatile coursework. 2. distinquished from ordinary or u ual. 3. one on one on one on one
4. special help, special students, special results. 5. characterized by "You can do it!" "Relax!" "Read 30 minutes a day."
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li•brar•i•ans/spe•cial needs
Pauline Pedersen
Mick Bennett
usan anchez
math•e•mat•ics (math e mat' iks) 1. sy tematic treatment of relation hip
between figures and form and relation between quantities expres ed
ymbolically. 2. training to become critical thinkers and problem olvers. 3.
course adhering to the "400 minute" policy. 4. requiring erious attention
to formulas. 5. confusing formulas. 6. frustrating problem . 7. x + y = z .
ynonym : algebra, math analy i , geometry, calculu .
ci•ence ( 1' en ) 1. tudie dealing with facts and truth ystematically
arranged and bowing the operation of general laws. 2. serious attention to
" cientific method." 3. formulas not to be memorized but known. 4. ice
cream to volcanoe , Mars to marsupial , colloid to vectors.
Katy mith
Kathy Chaloupka
Charlie tonehocker
Frank Beer
Mike Flynn
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George Burson
Kirk Gregory
Heidi Roupp
o'
Kit Sommer
so•cial stud•ies (
hel ted' es) 1. pertaining to the inve tigation of human being in the
community. 2. three credits required for graduation. 3. opportunity for additional MLA
skill . 4. includes new experience of Far East tudie . 5. erious source of information on how
to urvive on and as a planet through our awarene of the past.
En•glish (in' glish) 1. language of many. 2. MLA format requ~r~d 3. reading, writing, rereading, rewriting
and rewntmg. 4. reading material by the pound? the
ton!
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Mike Christopher
t'
Mary DeYoung
Andrew Popinchalk
Kathie Burson
George Wilke
Maria Vera
for•eign lan•guage (for' en Ian' guij) 1. tongue and
voice making new ound new way . 2. learning communication kills. 3. Habla E panol? Parlez vous Francai e? 4. pronunciation, tran lation, conjugation,
memorization, recitation.
Judy Wrigley
en•glish for•eign lan•guage
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thank you
(thank yu) 1. a sincere expression of gratitude from the yearbook staff.
2. for much appreciated candid contributions from alumni Colleen Sullivan. 3. to Debbie Van Hom for taking an infinite number of sports,
action and candid shots with her magic camera. 4. to Mac and Mrs. Mac
for endless individual pictures of underclassmen and seniors, team takes
of every type, and countless trips from Georgetown in all kinds of
weather. 5. special thanks to those members of the student body who
believed in us and COOPERATED. 6. further thanks to Harmony Scott,
Joe Pausback, Terry Smith, Tiffany Bateman, and Allison Mink for
contributing photographs. 7. financial thanks to the business members
of the Aspen community for advertising. 8. extra special thanks to those
of us who really did all the work!
staff
(stat) 1. editors: Stefanie Garwood, Johanna Riley. 2. introduction: Adrine Hairabedian. 3. division pages: Katie Riley. 4. staff assistant: Kristin ostdahl. 5. photographer: Michael Lyons. 6. senior section: Hilary Hooker, Margaret Jandegian. 7. junior
section: Alix Panayotopulos, Katrina Weimann. 8. sophomore section: Rome Ryan. 9.
freshmen section: Nattana Young, Stefanie Garwood. 10. sports: Adrine Hairabedian,
Hilary Hooker, Margaret Jandegian, Ashraf Khalaf, Jenni Patch, Kevin Smiddy. 11.
faculty: Jenni Patch. 12. calendar: Adrine Hairabedian, Katie Riley. 13. activitie :a
bunch of us. 14. advertising: entire staff. 15. sales: Caroline Gonthier, Tanya Smith.
16. typist: Katrina Weimann. 17. sponsors: Mary DeYoung, Nancy Haddad, Barbara
Smith.