Abbot Pennings High School - Argos Yearbook (De Pere, WI)
- Class of 1984
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ABOVE THE ORDINAR Y Abbot Pennings High School 111 Third Street DePere, Wisconsin 54115 4 People 38 Sports 60 Clubs 78 Events Volume 43 FRESHMEN Class Officers President Clarence Williams Vice-president Ty Willihnganz Secretary Brick Murphy Treasurer Jason Wessel Jim Albers Pete Brehm Jason Black Mike Brogan Pat Borman Ray Calaguan Dean Campbell Jared Coulombe Keith Devroy Dave Cavil Todd Cox Brian Dietz Dan Cieslewicz Brady Dargan Mike Doherty Jim Durawa Gary Hagerstrom Dave Engebos Chris Harris John Fabry Bill Hartstern Greg Froelich Ben Hermans Tim Goeben Jason HoiJa Chris Janssen John King Dave LeFevre Todd Jones Tim Kneeland Greg LeMoine Pat Kennedy John Larkey Brian Martin Bill Jones Rod Kopish Mike Lunney Matt Kapalin John Kraft Pat Mackey Dave M iulick Ben Metzler Brian McGee Mike Meulemans Dave McKenna Mark Meyer Ben Meeuwsen Tim Moran Tom Menefee Stacy Mosher lie v BP ? - s ■ V V l[i- ’ 1 : 4- 1 m- ■ ' ! ' t! r- mi ' T ' V s v IV I i i 1 I t Brick Murphy Jim Pfankuch John Quinette Mark Norton Dave Phythyon Charlie Reimer Greg Nystrom Jack Piontek Pat Richter Chris Otto Paul Prelipp John Riedi Dave Pankratz Eric Puyleart Scott Robertson 8 Brad Schaefer Scott Steffke Sean Skaleski Tom Stoehr Scott Smits Andy Theiss Mickey Stalhergei Scott Thompson Steve Stanaszak Mark Tilkens Doug Van Iten Clarence Williams Ty Willinhnganz Rob Van Nelson Mark Williams Bruce Zambrowicz Bob Whitbeck Jason Wessel Dan Albers John Baugnet Steve Albers Mark Berner Scott Allaire John Boulanger SOPHOMORES Class Officers President Jim Cuene Vice-president Justin Stevens Secretary Paul Hath way Treasurer Jim Hein Jim Brick Mike Brimmer Chris Butterfield Joel Chopin Scott Cieslewicz Rick Cochran Jim Cuene Jeff Crowell Rick Diny 10 Chris Frigo Jim Hanner Matt Gage Paul Hath way Todd Ferris Kerry Gulseth Paul Heintzkill Andreas Kress Mike Marchant Tom Herzog Rudy Lin Mitch Mathison Boh Joswiak John Malooly hris Matyshak Greg Kempken Paul Kitslaar Vj Chris Moss Mike Neerdaels Pat Mullen Robert Nelson Bob Pauze Jon Robertson Scott Petermann Bill Ryan Patrick Petitjenn Mike Schlumpf Mark Nowak Kent Phillips John Schumacher Kiar Olson John Phythyon Chris Siwik 12 Ted Skaar Justin Stevens Eric Smits Brian Tarrence Bob Smits Brian Thomson Greg Snyder Dave Troup Kevin Stencil Sean Turnbull Jim Turnquist Steve Van Deurzen Pete White Dave Van Deurzen Mark Verheyen Dennis Woessner Nick Tymus Chris Vanden Elzen Scott Wing rove Scott Alder ton Steve Bummer Tom Apple Scott Boedeker Greg Baeten Lenny Brignall JUNIORS Class Officers President Andy Peterson Vice-president Jim Campbell Secretary Dan Schierl 14 Joe Brooker Chris Caudill Kevin Crooks Eric Brunette Steve Ceaglske Phil Danen Jim Campbell John Charles Steve Danen Steve Danke Eric Elfner Dave Darling John Foeller Jeff DeBauche Jeff Froelich Glenn Dio nee Dan Gallagher Sean Dilweg Mark Froelich Tim Garland Dave Hurd Chuck Kessler Adam Green Mike Jonas Joe LaMere Alex Hoffmann Greg Josephs Steve La Plant Tom Hogan Chris Jossart Steve Larson Craig Huguet Pat Kelly Jeff LeMoine I W 4 jSum iA ■ £2 1 ..filial } W ' 1 J IK ■ ! . l .opr® ' . ■ m n Eddie Lin Dan Lunney Scott Lindsley Mike Malcolm Craig Newman Pat Pauly Andy Reimer Tom Mattson Brian Oettinger Andy Peterson Brian Murphy Scott Ostrenga Bill Recka Jay Neidl Ted Parins Jerry Reiland Chan Me Coy Tom Opichka Jeff Piette Dan Schierl Steve Thomas Brian Schaefer Steve Teofilo Chris Rodesch Chris Stanaszak John Roberts John Sehring Tim Rice Mike Schott Steve Vanden Avond Todd Willihnganz Jim Ysebaert Todd Vanden Langenberg Matt Vander Woude Tim Van Egeren Chris Vanderheydcn Tim Wong Keith Van Pay Joe Wheeler Grant Wright Robert J. Ambrosius Football 1,2,3,4; basketball 1,2. SENIORS John M. Arndorfer Class Officers President Lorenzo Cruz Vice-president Alan Matzke Secretary Jim Zink Treasurer Chris Badciong Randal C. Austin Football 1,2,4; basketball 1,2,3,4; track 1,2. Chris T. Badciong Louis J. Barone, Jr. Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz band 1,2,3,4; Pep band 1,2,3,4; Swing Choir 4. Peter G. Baugnet Varsity Club 2,3,4, Cross-country 1,2,3,4; track 1,2,3,4; All State Cross Country 4. Daniel E. Beno Varsity Club 2,3,4; Cross-country 2,3,4; golf 1; track 1,2,3,4; bowling 1,2,3; intramural basketball 3. John D. Black Key Club 2; band 1,2,3,4; jazz band 1,2,3,4; pep band 1,2,3,4; chorus 1,2; Swing Choir 4; musical 2,4; track 1; football 3,4; bowling 2,3,4; racquetball 1,2,3; intramural basket¬ ball 2,4. William C. Boedeker Stage crew 4; cheerleader 3. 19 Gary J. Boulanger Soccer 1,2,3,4; basketball 2; bowling 1; intra¬ mural basketball 3,4. Michael J. Byers Football 1,2,3,4; track 1,2,3. C. Adam Chapel Key Club 1,2,3; chorus 1,2,4; racquetball 1,2,3. Chad M. Coulombe Football 2,3,4; track 1; varsity club 3,4. Andrew J . Cross Student Council 1,2,3,4, vice-president 4; Key Club 1,2,3,4; cheerleader 3; Lance 2,3,4; bowling 1; racquetball 1,2,3; intramural bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4. Lorenzo P. Cruz 20 Michael T. Cuene Student Council 2,3,4; Football 1,2; basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; cheerleader 4. Jack E. Davidson National Honor Society 2,3,4, Lance 2,3,4; band 1,2,3,4; jazz band 1,2,3,4; pep band 1,2,3,4; chorus 1,2; Swing Choir 2,3,4; musi¬ cal cast 3,4, chorus 1,2; soccer 1,2. Roger J. Diny National Honor Society 4; football 1 , 2,3,4; track 1,2,3,4; intramural basketball 1,2,3,4, Lineman of the Year. Timothy W. Donovan Band 1,2,3,4; jazz band 1,2,3,4; pep band 1,2,3,4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; musical; football 1,3. Andrew J. Durawa Student Council 2,3,4; football 1,2; basket¬ ball 1; intramural basketball 2,3,4. Kelly P. Fitzgerald 21 Patrick A. Fry Golf 1,2; hockey 1,2,3. David T. Gagnon Key Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; chorus 2,3,4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; musi¬ cal 3,4; cheerleader 3; racquetball 2,3,4; intra¬ mural basketball 1,2,3. James F. Gignac Todd M. Gregoire Student Council 2,3,4; National Honor Soci¬ ety 2,3,4; football 1,2,3,4, chorus 1,2; varsity club 2,3,4, vice-president 4; basketball 1,2,3,4; track 1,2,3,4; APHS Outstanding Athlete 4; Fred Dillon Award; Fr. Ken De- Groot Outstanding Frosh Athlete Award 1; Football All-America Honorable Mention 3,4; Shrine Bowl 4. Michael J. Gruesen Bruce D. Henderson 22 Norbert M. Hockers Steven C. Johnson Key Club 2,3,4; soccer 1; bowling 4; intra¬ mural basketball 1,3,4; Outstanding Key Clubber of Year 4, Sandy Ninninger Award. Daniel G. Jonas Michael J . Joyce Student Council 3,4; National Honor Society 4; chorus 1,2; Lance 4; intramural basketball 1 , 2 . Paul A. Raster Student Council 2,3,4; football 1,2; track 1; intramural basketball 1,2. John T. Kennedy Football 2,3,4; track 1,2,3; Key Club 3; intra¬ mural basketball 4. 23 Thomas A. Kitslaar Tom Arthur Kolocheski Golf 1,2; bowling 1,2; intramural basketball 1 , 2 . Leo Vincent Malone Cross-country 2,3,4; track 1,2,3,4; bowling 3; intramural 3; varsity club 2,3,4. William J. Malooly , Jr. Student Council 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; varsity club 2,3,4, president4; track 1; cheerleader 4; soccer 1,2,3,4; basketball 1,2,4; bowling 3; Argos 3. Alan E Matzke Student Council 1,2,3,4, president 4, treasur¬ er 2,3; football 1,2,3,4; Lance 2,3,4; chorus 1,2; varsity club 2,3,4; track 1,2; intramural basketball 2,3,4; Hugh O ' Brien Award. Michael B. Merline National Honor Society 3,4; Argos; Camera club 2; track 1,2,3,4; intramural basketball 3,4. 24 Christopher P. Olejniczak Timothy J. Oliver Chorus 1,3; football manager 1,2.3,4; intra¬ mural basketball 1,2.3. John M. Meyer, Jr Mark A. Mueller Key Club 1,2,3,4, secretary 4; National Hon¬ or Society 3.4; football 1,2,3,4; intramural basketball 1,2,3. Matthew P. Mueller Key Club 1,2,3,4, intramural basketball 3 Charles J . Neerdaels !5 Christopher T. Pfeiffer Football manager 1; Soccer 1,2; basketball manager 1,2,3; racquetball 2; intramural bas¬ ketball 2,3,4. Paul F. Rondeau Intramural tennis, bowling, basketball, stage crew, photography club, student coun¬ cil. Jonathan M. Rothe Student Council 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Nation¬ al Honor Society 3,4; Valedictorian; Cross¬ country 2,3,4; track 1,2,3; Lance 2,3,4. David A. Rusnak Thomas J. Schibly David P. Schierl Key Club 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; track 1,2,3,4; racquetball 3,4; intramural basketball 3,4. 26 Peter J. Schultz Camera Club 4; Golf 1,2,3,4; bowling 1,2; intramural basketball 2. Gregory T. Schumacher Golf 1,2,3,4; basketball 1,2,3; track 1,2,3,4, intramural bowling 4. Jeffrey S. Skaleski Kevin Smith Student Council 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Lance, Editor-in-chief; racquetball 3; in¬ tramural basketball 3,4. James G. Smits Football 1,2,3,4; track 1,2; racquetball 1,2; in¬ tramural basketball 2,3; hockey 1,2,3,4. Rick G. Smits 27 David G. Van Remortel John M. Wanamaker Key Club 4; Chorus 2; soccer 1,2,3; racquet- ball 1,2,3,4. Christopher H. White Student Council 3,4; Lance 4; band 2,3,4; jazz band 4; pep band 2,3,4; Jeffrey A. Williamsen Michael R. Woessner Key Club 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; soccer 1,2,3,4; bowling 4; racquetball 1,2,3,4; intramural basketball 2,3,4. 29 Michael Anthony Zak Timothy Lewis Zima James Francis Zink Chorus 1,2,3,4; lighting 4; stage crew 1,2,3,4; football 2,4; soccer 1; track 1,3; bowling 1,4; intramural basketball 2,4. Key Club Secretary 2,3, President 4; Out¬ standing Key Clubber of Year 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Argos; Cheerleader; Sa- lutatorian; soccer 1,2,3,4; bowling 1,2,3; in¬ tramural basketball 1,2,3,4. sshmi JBi WxJr’ i Wjjmf . A £r FACULTY Jg Principal Fr. Gery Meehan Vice-principal Steve O ' Connell Jaci Collins Dixie Davidson Mary Jo Diedrick Paul Deacon Fr. Angelo Feldkamp Clare Faltynski t . j- rwmv: w • ' • 4 ft ifcim£ cuucatiun Bonnie Granius AI Groves Carol Komsi Fr. Art LaLuzerne Bob La Violet te Dave Minten V Jim Oettinger Lucille Phelan Tom Pigeon Don Richter Bill Schmitzer Vji 11 m 4 A | 11 Becky Stein Fr. Bill Vande Kreeke Marie Albers Ann O ' Keefe Mike Castelic Alice Stuebs Kay Van Grunsven Mary Jane Van Remortel Betty Vande Hei Iflili RISE v ABOVE THE ORDINARY 1 r i 1 ; i 4= «MK2B —i—rn S ' SjJi • 2! j i 1 38 1. John Boulanger 2. Duffy Malooly J. Lorenzo Cruz 4. J.V. Kevin Stencil 5. John Boulanger watches as Duffy kicks. 6. Chris Caudill, assisted by Coach and Ref. 7. J.V. Brian Tarrence saves the ball after Robert Nelson slips. Tim Garland waits for the shot. 8. J.V. Brian Tarrence 9. Goalie Craig Huguet FOOTBALL 11 $ f [XTJ i 4- % Pgj 1. Tom Herzog 2. Matt Vander Woude A Todd Gregoire 4. Todd signs intent to Badger football. ABBOT PENNINGS No. Name Year Height Weight Position 10 Chris Betterlield 10 511 M 140 r IB 11 • Chris Badciong CAPT. Matt Vander Woude 12 6 2” 165 L IB 12 • 11 6 3” 165 c IB 13 Joel Chopin 10 6 ' 2 " 165 Q B 20 • Mark Mueller 12 5 10 " 165 IB 21 • Mike Byers Chad Coulombe 12 5 10” 150 HB 22 • 12 5’ 8” 145 HB 23 24 • Tom Herzog Jim Smits CAPT. 10 12 5 10” 5 10” 160 180 HB HB 25 • Dan Gallagher 11 5 10” 180 HB 30 Craig Newman Tim Van Egeren 11 5 9” 150 E 31 • 11 5 10” 175 HB 32 • Todd Gregoire CAPT. 12 6 1 " 175 E 33 Jay Neidl 11 6 1 " 160 E 34 Tim Rice 11 6 0 " 145 E 35 Nic Tymus 10 6 0” 160 HB 40 • Mike Jonas 11 5 9” 155 HB 41 • Dave Darling 11 5 7” 145 HB 42 Scott Wingrove 10 5 8” 135 HB 43 John Schumacher 10 6 0 " 160 HB 44 • Greg Baeten 11 5 9” 145 HB 50 Rick Diny 10 5 10” 190 C 51 Bob Pauze 10 5 8” 150 G 1 52 Mike Zak 12 5 11” 150 G i t 53 Steve Danen 11 5 7” 150 G i 54 • Tom Opichka 11 6 r 170 C 55 Jim Hanner 11 6 2” 185 T 60 John Kennedy 12 5 6” 150 G i 61 • Alan Matzke 11 6 1” 185 C 62 • Rob Ambrosius 12 5 11” 6 0” 180 G i 63 Chris Jossart 11 170 G i 64 • Tim Zima 12 6 0” 170 G 65 • Dave Van Remortel 12 6 1” 200 G l 70 Scott Lindsley 11 5 10” 155 G l 72 • Jefl Piette 11 6 3” 180 T 73 • Roger Diny 12 6 1” 210 T 74 Kevin Crooks 11 6’ 0” 160 G i 76 Sean Dilweg 11 6 4” 190 T 77 • Andy Peterson 11 6 4” 220 T 78 Jim Cuene 10 5 10” 170 T 79 80 Randy Austin Grant Wright 12 11 6 4” 6 0” 200 5 T E 81 Jon Black 12 6 0” 150 E 82 Jim Gregg 10 5 8” 155 E 83 Dave Rusnak 12 6 i M 150 E 84 • Chuck Kessler 11 6 2 " 170 E 85 Scott Ostrenga 11 6 1 M 175 E 86 87 • Kerry Gulsetn Tim Donovan 10 12 6 0” 6 1” 150 175 E E 88 Joe Brooker 11 6 1” 160 E Principal: Rev. Gery Meehan Vice-Principal: Mr. Steve O ' Connell Athletic Director: Mr. David Minten Head Coach: Mr. Al Groves Assistant Coaches: Bill Schmitzer, John Mettner, Tom Baeten, John Werner J.V. Coach: Bill Schmitzer Freshman Coaches: Clarence Williams. John Fabry, Pat Pirman, Pat Peeters Student Managers: Mike Gruesen, Tim Oliver Cheerleadinc Moderator: Mrs. Mary Jo Diedrick Varsity Cheerleaders: Molly Bourgeois, Michelle Eastman. Brenda Krautkramer, Tracey Meyer, Megan Temp, Ruth Verstagen J.V. Cheerleaders: Carla Berken, Lou Ellen Cruz, Tracy Diedrick. Heidi Krautkramer, Michele Minten, Shalene Trad Above The Ordinary DePere Pennings 7-1 Todd Gregoire Chris Badciong Roger Diny Al Matzke Tim Zima Tim Van Egeren Dave Van Remartel CROSS- COUNTR Y Cross country (kras ' kun tre) - an athletic event held in the fall in which Abbot Pennings students strive to do their best in running across dan- gerous terrains in extremes of heat and cold. They never let up in hopes of finishing ahead of the runner in front of them. The many hours of training pro- duced runners who were physically fit and mentally stable. The meets proved fun for all, especially the state meet which was held in Menominee Falls. The leading harrier was senior Pete Baugnet who placed first in every meet except two - Ashwaubenon and state - where he finished second. His hard work and good spirit earned him the honor of being named Prep Ath¬ lete of the Week. Pete ' s yellow and red socks reminding him which way to turn on the courses, led his team to a victorious year. For cross-country you need more than one good runner. The second man was senior Leo Malone, who fin¬ ished well in all of the meets. The team wasn ' t without injuries, though. Senior Dan Beno suffered a stress fracture. In only his fourth year, Coach Bob LaViolette, directed his team to an eighth-place finish in class A compe¬ tition at state. Coach La Violette ex¬ pects next year to be another fine sea¬ son with such runners as sophomore John Baugnet and freshman Tim Moran leading the squad. 44 1. " oooo And you said this would be easy " 2. " Totally awesome! " 3. Jim Pfankuch, Kelly Fitzgerald John Baugnet; Row 2: Jin Hogan, Dan Beno, Tom Apple, Pete Baugnet, Leo Malone, Moss, Tim Moran; Paul Hath way in the back. 4. Indians chase runners from woods. 5. Tram waits for Frosh to finish. 6. The lone runner at his best. BASKETBALL The 1983-84 varsity basketball season marked the first season that Dave Minten was at the helm. In his first season, he guided the team to an 8-8 conference record and an 11-11 over-all record. Considering the team was plagued by inconsistency and injuries, the team did quite well. As opposed to past season, the team did not lack height. There were three players on the team which stood 6 ' 4 " or taller. The team was led by the play of senior guard Chris Badciong who led the team and also the conference in scoring. At the conclusion of the season, Chris was named to the AII-FVCC First team and the All-Metro First team. Junior Tom Hogan received All-Confer¬ ence Honorable Mention. The most impressive victory of the season was a 67- 60 win over cross town rival Premontre on their home court. The st arting line up of Chris Badciong, Tom Hogan, Todd Gregoire, Matt Vander Woude, and Steve Danke contributed equally to the impressive victory. Varsity Basketball Team Tom Herzog, Mike Cuene, Chris Badciong, Duffy Malooly, Nic Ty- mus; standing: Steve Danke, Jim Campbell, Todd Gregoire, Tom Ho¬ gan, Pat Pauly, Randy Austin, Andy Peterson, Matt Vander Woude, Coach Dave Min ten 46 iflj a f t m v W n111 f? itowBaVS yfw f I . ■ P ▼WFTT [S Hr ‘ Lsa 1 »• " Li Jf AM ill 1 I P Jj V ' . 7 M3 J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM Patrick Petitjean, John Malooly; Steve Thomas, Todd Ferris, Scott Lindsley, Chris Butterfield; standing: Kerry Guiseth, Joel Chopin, Chris Siwik, Joe Brooker, Jeff Piette, Mike Marchant, Scott Ostrenga, Mike Neerdaels . FRESHMEN The Squire community received a bit of a shock from head coach John Zegers. In only his first year , he guid¬ ed the team to a 9-2 metro record and won the metro championship. A well balanced attack, led by cen¬ ter-forward Ty Willihnganz, enabled the team to finish 11-6 overall. 1. Gary Hagerstrom 2. Sean Skaleski 3. Clarence Williams, Jr. 4. Pat Borman, John Fabry, John Kraft, Clarence Williams, Ty Wil¬ lihnganz 5. Dave Cavil 6. John Kraft, Scott Thompson 7. Brick Murphy 50 ] v ;1 P V ' J Hm Vm i F j 1 ! Kv Wf rati BK ' V ■V , rr i JSftf Sil PH " r ' l-T : a3Vi ' ItovV ' ’v ttf a ajKwiSH - ' • • J ' ' 1 ' ; ' u. linil L § bte jrt " 1 v . . ' 1 1 ‘m 1 ■phi? f »• 1 ' : vKBL • 1 i 1 - I D ; ; v : r ,i 1 1 1. Chris Frigo 2. Pete Baugnet 3. Roger Diny 4. Mike Merline 5. Chris Badciong 6. Scott Robertson 7. Greg Schumacher and Mike Merline 8. Dave Hurd 1. Tim Van Egeren 2. Rod Kopish 3. Roger Diny 4. Mike Merline 5. Scott Lindsley 6. Chris Frigo 7. Leo Malone 8. Mike Lunney, Scott Robertson , Eric Brunette n win a c m m jk ' f r ' ' J.ysZtfikis ?s : ' k¥ry± . • fPlipwwi TENNIS 1. Jim Ysebaert 2. Greg Snyder 3. Ray Calaguan 4. Matt Vander Woude INTRAMURALS The 1983-1984 intramural seasons showed the facul¬ ty that students refuse to be pushed around any long¬ er. In intramural bowling which is directed by Mr. Oettinger, Faculty One was dethroned by Floppy ' s Hurlers. The faculty and staff basketball team was very con¬ fident of its ability. Mr. Paul Deacon was quoted as saying ; " No team will get within forty points of the faculty team! " They were brought down to earth by a junior team, the Darrels, who beat them in their open¬ ing game. Once again intramural basketball, under the supervision of Patrick Petitjean, was sponsored by the Student Council. Intramural racquetball, organized by John Wana- maker, experienced its largest turnout ever. Juniors Ted Parins and Mike Malcolm captured first place. All those involved felt the level of competition improved greatly over last year and that the entire program was a huge success. 58 1. John Wanamaker 2. Jump Schuey! 3. Steve La Plant 4. Mike Malcolm, Ted Parins, John Wanamaker BASEBALL777 STUDENTS LOBBY FOR BASEBALL! 59 60 STUDENT COUNCIL " Rise Above the Ordinary " was the theme selected by the 1983-1984 Student Council. The Council, headed by Alan Matzke, did just that. A successful freshman orientation started off the year. It ' s success was due to many hours of work put in by stu¬ dents and faculty. The Council also or¬ ganized the opening mass and the recep¬ tion that followed. The Council ' s activities grew as the year progressed. Planning for Home¬ coming involved an all school pep rally, a parade, a float judging, and finally, the dance itself. The Thanksgiving dinner was co-sponsored by the Student Coun¬ cil. Convocations were few, but very well done. Dr. Short provided the school with an informative and enjoyable pre¬ sentation. The Talent Show was one of the best ever. Although lengthy, over four hours long, the quality of the acts made the time pass quickly. Interim week allowed the student body a change of atmosphere and was planned and car¬ ried out by the Student Council. Student Council ' s other activities in¬ clude Frito sales, intramural basketball, Valentine flower sales and exchange, game buses, and the decoration of the Student Council bulletin board. The 1983-84 Student Council did in¬ deed rise above the ordinary. Lorenzo Cruz, Matt Mueller, Jim Ysebaert, Chris White, Dan Schierl, Jim Hein. Row 2: Mark Nowak, Mike Woessner, Tim Tarrence, Greg Froelich, Kevin Crooks, Steve Vanden Avond, Craig Newman, Paul Raster, Jim Zink, Mark Mueller, Dave Schierl. Row 3: Kelly Fitzgerald, Scott Robertson, Eric Elfner, BobSmits, Steve Johnson, Chris Badciong, Jon Rothe, Rudy Lin, Jeff Froelich, Duffy Malooly, John Sehring. Row 4: Mike Meulemans, Pete White, Keith Devroy, Mike Malcolm, Tim Rice, Todd Ferris, Andy Peterson, John Wanamaker, Steve La Plant, Dan Albers, Todd Vanden Langenberg, Brian Murphy, Andy Cross, Tim Garland, Phil Danen. KEY CLUB Officers Vice-President Lorenzo Cruz President Jim Zink Treasurer Andy Peterson Secretary Mark Mueller m m ' 1 VARSITY CL UB 64 FORENSICS Jeff Williamsen, John Sehring, Eric Brunette , Tim Donovan, Mr. Pigeon MUSIC DEPARTMENT The Pennings music department was at its fin¬ est this year. The Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Richter, gave fine performances at the win¬ ter and spring concerts, as well as local shopping malls. Miss Faltynski directed the largest band that Pennings has ever enjoyed in years, with 42 members, including seven girls from St. Joseph ' s Academy. The Band added spirit to athletic events, provided entertainment at the auction, and performed concerts around Green Bay, and at local grade schools. Both band and chorus members participated in the Solo Ensemble Contest. Several students received the highest rating and went on to compete at State. 6 Tim Kneeland, Pat Borman, Rod Kopish, Dave LeFevre, Dean Campbell, Greg Froelich, Mark Norton, Tim Goeben, John Phythyon, Jr. Row 2: Scott Robertson, John Arndorfer, John Boulanger, Jim Albers, Sean Turnbull, Brian Murphy, Adam Chapel, John Baugnet, Tom Menefee, Tom Stoehr. Row 3: Steve Albers, Nic Tymus, Matt Gage, Jim Hein, Mitch Mathison, Jarrod Coulombe, Park Heintzkill, Keith Van Pay John Schumacher, Tom Herzog, Mark Meyer. Row 4: Steve Thomas, Scott Smits, Steve Teofilo, Bruce Zambrowicz, John Quinette, Mike Lunney, Mike Zak, Jon Robertson, Chris Moss, John Meyer, Jr., Dave Gagnon, Chris Butterfield. mm mwmmri mmmm ■■■jhi jmmjBi ' jm mmmm mmmmmmm ' ' mwmmmmwm tm hh w mmm i j ■ , | 1 1 i ■ ill 7 ‘ THE GUYS GALS SOPRANOS Michelle Teske Carrie Brunette Michelle Hartman Carrie Platten Amy Kiedinger TENORS Jon Black Dave Gagnon John Phythyon, Jr. Jim Hein Greg Froelich ALTOS Jody Van Lanen Ruth Verstegen Chris Schneider Colleen Lee Megan Temp BASSES Jack Davidson Soctt Smits John Meyer, Jr. Tim Donovan Chris Moss ALTERNATES Marcia Jauquet Steve Thomas John Quinette 68 i mi: hi — n«». i Minor i’i: mm;mih;ii school, dk i»kkk. wisiiis rmnw.sKrrKMiiKK ir.. u ; Reagan Or Mondale? Auction A HUGE Success Cross-Country Goes For Gold Tennis Team Fourth; Editor-in-Chief.Kevin Smith News Editor.Jon Rothe Editorial Editor.Larry Sur Feature Editor .... Jack Davidson Sports Editor.Andy Peterson Reporters.Jim Campbell, Andy Cross, Tim Donovan-. Eric Elfner.SteVeJohnsOn, Mike Joyce, Chuck Neerdaels, John Phythyon, Greg Schumacher, Brian Schaef¬ er, Dan Schierl, Steve Thomas, Stfeve Vanden AVond, Chris White, Jim Ysebardt, Bruce Zambrowicz Photographer.Steve La Plant Advisor.Mrs. Carol Komsi Hogan, Garland Take State Pennings To Stage Brigadoon ' Singing Statesmen Hold Clinic Athlete Awards, All About The S.A.T. Football Ends Season With Pride Baugnet Finds Running Satisfying Thank God For Christmas Annual Retreat Soccer — A Rising Sport 72 Responsibility — A Four Letter Word Cagers Looking For Consistency Athletics Drinking: What ' s Your View? Argos Lately? ve Got Something To Say Strong Soccer Team Meets Their Match Duffers Aiming For Success Dinner Set Up A Grade for the Themes Stand Up And Stand K By Your Rights ® y Club Shows Merit Some Thoughts On Teacher Supervision " May I Help You , Please? " Todd Chris: Two Superb Athletes Short Presentation Gives Long Results School Focusing On Interim " What Makes Our Sports Teams Win?” 73 NATIONAL Jon Rothe, Lorenzo Cruz, Kevin Smith, Jeff Williamsen, Tim Tar- rence, Mike Merline, Matt Mueller. Row 2: Larry Sur, Tom Schib- ley, Todd Gregoire, Tim Donovan, Jim Zink, Mark Mueller, Row 3: Mike Joyce, Dave Gagnon, Mike Gruesen, Jack Davidson, Roger Diny, Mike Woessner, Tim Zima, Steve Johnson. 74 HONOR SOCIETY L’ART Steve Thomas, Jeff Froelich, Brian Oetfinger, Steve Vanden Avond, Tom Apple. Row 2: Steve La Plant, Dan Gallagher, Eric Brunette, Andy Peterson, Eric Elfner. I. AH I Robert Nelson, Bob Joswiak, Rudy Lin, Scott Cieslewicz. Row 2: Chris Siwik, Jim Cuene, Chris Moss, Bob Smits, Scott Petermann. 75 CHEERLEADERS Again, as in years past, the Academy cheerleaders fulfilled a necessary part of the Pennings sport season. Often performing to a less than ehthusiastic crowd, the squad did its best to raise the spirits of the players and fans alike. Under the supervision of Mary Jo Diedrick, the cheerleaders were aided by six Pennings boys during the football season. Over the summer the girls attended a cheerleading camp. They developed new routines which provided enjoyment for all. All we can say is, " Thanks! " 1. Megan Temp ; Molly Bourgeois, Brenda Krautkramer, Tra¬ cey Meyer; Michelle Eastman, Ruth Verstagen. Row 2: Jim Zink, Duffy Malooly, Lorenzo Cruz, Mike Cuene, Tim Stoehr, Greg Schumacher. 2. Lou Ellen Cruz, Carla Berken, Heidi Krautkramer, Mi¬ chelle Minten, Tracey Diedrick, Shalene Trad. ' UUttttlM ? RISE ABOVE THE ORDINARY Mki ' M 4 1 2 1 t r k 1 ' tMBk A J4 l H jJyV|TIW ! ■ i ... vk i 4$y. r l| ■ " ii 4, 1 ■:l l v Wi. - j |X . rfrrirflr f W ' J flKKBry i 1 ttm • » r MV ' . .;-i; ' iWijti - • ' •.; , y NwuA 1 t ’ " : | Bjfc: ■ ,v 1 tr 1 S ' , tjKKUjr £ w ' pM SULt ' - EM 4 ' ,1 yj - INTERIM ' 84 Sponsored by Student Council and organized by the Vice-President Andy Cross, Interim ' 84 was filled with interesting classes and loads of enthusiasm. Students took two 2-hour classes or one 4-hour. Some of the more popular classes were: weight-lifting; bicycle repair , year¬ book, French for Travelers, Bachelor Cooking, Gourmet Cooking, basketball referee. First Aid, CPR, taxidermy, racquetball, bowling, guitar, etc. All the classes were taught by faculty members and volunteers from the com¬ munity. Thanks goes to all who worked to make Interim ' 84 a success. 1. John Sehring, Steve Danene, Mr. Groves 2. Charlie Reimer, Mickey Stalberger, Dean Campbell, John Wanamaker, and victim Joe Kiedinger X John Foeller 4. John Quinette 5. Dan Albers, John Riedi, Mark Froelich 6. Mr. Pigeon 7. Pete Brehm, Mrs. Davidson, Mark Berner 8. Kevin Crooks, Dan Schierl, Greg Baeten 81 82 1. Fr. Meehan 2. Chris White J. Paul Deacon 4. Dan Jonas , Dave Gagnon 5. Jeff Skaleski, Andy Durawa, Andy Cross 6. Jack Davidson , AI Matzke ; Mike Joyce Dave Gagnon, John Meyer 7. Howard Johnson accomodations??? 8. Mike Gruesen, Mike Cuene, Tim Stoehr TALENT SHOW 85 Abbot Pennings High School Presents BR1GADOON Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lemer Produced by Don Richter Music by Frederick Loewe Directed by Wm. Bauknecht May 4, 5, lO, 11, 12, 1984 8:15 P.M. Abbot Pennings High School Auditorium W j THE CAST Tommy Albright Jack Davidson Charlie Dalrymple Dave Gagnon Jeff Douglas Larry Sur Fiona Michelle Teske Bonnie Jean Megan Bittner Meg Brockie Amy Kiedinger Stuart Dalrymple John Black Sandy Dean Scott Smits Angus Me Guffie Jim Hein Mr. Lundie Tim Donovan Harry Beaton Tim Stoehr Andrew Mac Laren Kevin Smith Archie Beaton Chris Badciong Jane Ann Jones Frank Dave Van Remortel TOWNSPEOPLE Carrie Brunette Michelle Hartmann Aulozzi linger Lawrence ,sa Niklewicz K ly Scherer Miklewicz h r |s Johanski Chris Schneider e an Merkatoris Megan Temp Ruth Verstegen Colleen Lee Tracy Horn Gretchen Willems Jody Van Lanen Molly Bourgeois Valerie Vanden Hogen Heather Werner Ann Jones Tim Van Egeren John Phythyon Bill Jones Mark Meyer John Quinette Greg Froelich Jason Black Bruce Zambrowicz Chris Butterfield Steve Thomas Chuck Kessler Jim Ysebaert John Meyer John Arndorfer Chris Stanaszak John Sehring Steve La Plant Kelly Fitzgerald DANCERS Megan Bittner Jane Aulozzi Michelle Hartmann Valerie Vanden Hogan Megan Temp Molly Bourgeois Tim Van Egeren John Sehring Chuck Kessler Dave Van Remortel Chris Badciong Kelly Fitzgerald STAGE CREW Rick Smits Mike Malcolm Lorenzo Cruz Steve Johnson John Kennedy John Wanamaker Mike Zak Mike Woessner Sean Dilweg LIGHTING CREW Jeff Williamsen Steve Ceaglske Andreas Kress STAGE MANAGER Rick Smits PROPS MANAGER Mike Zak USHERS Leo Malone Mike Cuene Grant Wright Tom Hogan Duffy Malooly Alan Matzke Mike Grusen Matt Vande Woude Nic Tymus Tim Rice 87 MAKE-UP CREW Jeanne Gagnon Carol Wiegand Suzi Woodward Krissy Stephani Tracey Meyer ARTISTS Mrs. Dixie Davidson Art Class Rob Ambrosius PIT BAND Chris Siwik Dan Lunney Jay Eisch Steve Bammer Julie Baenen Justin Stevens Ms. Clare Faltynski Village Scene Program 5c Poster Chris Vander Heyden Pat Mullen Greg Le Moine Jenny Fitzgerald Tina Wing Louie Barone . 4r Don Richter i .j a ' tp?. PICNIC SENIOR BALL MELT WITH YOU Fifty-two couples turned out clad in formal wear for the 1984 Senior Ball. The annual event was held on March 9th at the Beaumont Ramada Inn. Chris Badciong and Tracy Meyer reigned as king and queen. The court led the dancing to the theme " I Melt With You " . The rest of the music was provided by " Eclipse " . The dancing was topped off by the playing of the class song " Shout " . Knowing that this was the class ' last formal get-togeth¬ er left everyone was a bit saddened. However, this didn ' t stop people from enjoying the parties that followed. When the celebrating ended, everyone was glad for this one last chance to be together. 92 SENIOR BALL COURT Lorenzo Cruz, Megan Temp, Duffy Malooly, Megan Conlan, Greg Schumacher, Lisa La Plant, Queen Tracey Meyer, King Chris Badciong, Tim Stoehr, Renee Roells, Todd Gregoire, Joy Kolb, Mike Beyers, Sue Hockers. 93 GRADUATION AWARDS Valedictorian Jon Rothe Salutatorian Jim Zink Activities Medal Jim Zink Journalism Medal Kevin Smith John Phillip Souza Award: Chris White and Jack Davidson Robert A. Sromovsky Award Dave Gagnon Drama Medal Jack Davidson Athletic Medal Todd Gregoire William J. Servotte Award Mark Mueller Rotary Award Steve Johnson Abbot Bernard H. Pennings Award Steve Johnson 9 ' SPONSORS cw US. post OMtes 317 Main Are. Da Pore, Wl. MHO Phora: 330-5001 Village Bakery Catering Shear Perfection ' Jones Family Shoes Dr. S.J. Zavnic Dr. C.J. Van Sistine, Jr. ROBERT H. 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Jerry Lang, a Green Knight Football Co- Captain, graduated cum laude and will be attending the UW-Madison Medical College in the fall of 1984. Tom Van Sistine excelled on the track team during his senior year, graduated magna cum laude, and was accepted to the Medical Col¬ lege of Wisconsin in Milwaukee for the fall. A year earlier Mike Van Alstine, a Green Knight Quarter¬ back for four years, graduated with a " summa " grade average which earned him a scholarship to the College of Law of George Washington University in the District of Columbia, while baseball captain Tom Campion ac¬ cepted an accounting position with one of the " big eight ' Arthur Anderson and Co. Talent at St. Norbert is nurtured, not wasted. For a clearer picture what we are, contact: Office of Admissions and New Student Assistance De Pere, Wisconsin 54115 Phone: 337-3005 SEE WHAT ' S " SHAKIN " AT SHAKEY ' S Wednesday Sunday Smoked Barbecued Ribs With Bunch Of Lunch And More! 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As son, brother, friend, student, musician, and artist he left a legacy of memories to us all.
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