Abbot Pennings High School - Argos Yearbook (De Pere, WI)

 - Class of 1988

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A Production Of: ARGOS ’88 1 ■ P | : ' ' i; . ■ : !! • • S: SB ■:: :| MR THRILL CAM SUPERMARXET JX ' f " lo;- " v v r : ;vl ' -; ■ ■ ' ' | ' .■ j | ' [■ I- ' TOyj-jij kSjJ ro; j j|p HtSi c- ' :o :-; •: ' yy m ' yj .-: «S-«!SSIWP TOP 10 LIST PEOPLE 1. Squireman at basketball tournament. 2. " Do-me " Dave and his enchanting massage. 3. Nicolet Strikers. 4. Art the bus driver. 5. " B " team swing choir. 6. Eric Liebergen as Ann Bon Jovi. 7. APHS student kills cow for insurance money 8. Mr. Drewiske ' s fish. 9. Floyd R. Turbo. 10. Mr. LaViolette ' s elephant jokes. SUPERVISORS OF LATE NIGHT yv- mm ..... .. .. K w, V-X : v ;..; W$M mm. • LilSSy ■ ' .V- ■ ' ; -vi ■ telli Rev. Gery Meehan- Principal Mr. Oettinger - Vice-principal wm- - ■ r :: ' WM ' CMr} ' : ' " ' V;A y ]Vi-. . iiii;. Mm ’■ :‘ 1 § MB .. . we . tm mm ■: •■ V f f 23 5 ft 1 . ... WMm . : as IP ass : :vv iX. ■ ,,,.. B is » 8 j SSi I m mm ■■■ ' .’. ' .Vi ' m in ;-;v ; ‘ : y :■ : : ' T: 33 ! B : iv ■M! Mrs. Van Remortei - Office Mrs. Van Grunsven - Office 1 o:o: o : •: ■:»::c;.» mm m ;: .. ; ■. ■ X ;. v— ' Mrs. Turba - Counseling Mr. Ambrosius - Counseling Miss Schmitz - Campus Ministry i 6 FACULTY Mrs. Diedfick - Math Rev. LaLuzerne - Math Miss Collins - Math French Mr. LaViolette - English Mr. Pigeon - English Miss Vincent - English Mr. Waak - English Mr. Tessner - Chemistry Mr. Tautges - Physics Mr. Drewiske - Biology FACULTY Mrs. Arnoldi - German Rev. Feldkamp - Latin Campus Ministry igftssSiJ Mr. Heredia - Spanish Mr. Deacon - Religion Mrs. Granius Mr. Meyers mmm mm ! Dr. Coyle - Social Science Mr. Basar - Social Science Mr. Vandermause - Social Science Mr. Groves - Business Mr. Campbell - Computer Math 8 FACULTY ¥ : • :: : •■ eKst VS- Signing Off From ' ' LA TE NIGHT’ ’ In ’88 10 SENIORS 11 % . 4 IHk. f S ' r-x-Vv’S M x.- •. . . 17 Brad Slack Brian John Snyder Matt C. Stevens 20 SENIORS Date James Voeks Chad R. Ward Kurtis A, Wieting i - • — SENIORS Steve Adair Jerry Beyer Joel Boulanger Mike Brehm Casey Brozek Jim Bukowski Jason Charles Scott Colby Andy Conard John Coppens Jon Cornelissen Dean Delasanta Jesse Delorit Robb De Ruyter Mike Detjen Rory Dilweg Kurt Eggers Jim Fitzpatrick Jesse Gage Matt Gallagher Corey Gay Mike Geocaris Chad Gnewuch John Grant Brian Greenwood mm ess ■ •v 22 JUNIORS HSf MMawW ■ i iiiim X | i - i ' ’ •’ ’• - , f - ' 4 a Ji44u.ll : % :■ ■: - i .j : • ■%:, ■ 4 • - « •V. 1 ••■. ' if ' ■ ■: i -r . . k v otM j : . v. ? :- ' ' A Juan Guajardo Todd Gulseth Brannon Guyette Pete Halverson Brian Hart Mike Hartmann Jason Hodel Chris Hoffman Scott Hurley Mike Jelenic Mike Johnson John Jonas Dan Jones Rob Kaftan Jim Klemm Jeff Konop John Lacey Chris Larson Jason Lemoine Matt Lieb Andy Lulloff Dan Malone JUNIORS Paul Pfeiffer Aaron t opkey Kurt Potthier =: " .v BE •% ■ : ' . C j y : ■ -m - - v.-.y- .v.v.v. {fUjl 1 llllg • • ijj:. • ■ : WMP ill «■: - iTlV: S.V. 1 . £«£ W.v WK : ' ■.v it«c ■•• ' ■ ■■ - ■ J«c j» : •: : I fee ’ rm ■ - - £ i? ■ ■ ■■ -•■ -» v -.. ’ JUNIORS Cale Martell Aaron Marterer Bill Martin Peter Mellberg Brian Merline Matt Michels Amir Mohammad- Zadeh Jeff Mommaerts Scott Newman Al Oettinger Kjell Olson Peter Opichka David Parish Brian Paul i l aK: .-. •a V:?. : : • v. • o SSi ii«! V ■ X :-y , y-.t- X- ft! Jonn leader Jeff Sage Kevin Samuels Ted Sausen Paul Schmidt John Schneider Sean Schroepfer Jay Schuh Pete Schumacher Rick Skeens Derek Straub Kevin Sullivan Rick VandeHei Peter Vanden Elzen Jason Vander Zanden Cory Vogel Scott Wahl John Wahr David Watke Paul Watzka Pat Weiss Dan Winske JUNIORS 25 28 SOPHOMORES Mark Thompson Mike Tilkens v ; --y. “Forget the and ties ' bunch of guys in names suitcoats ss m Mm. v :i te Van Deurzen, scared by the -folk technology, the camera. " new “Jeff Neitzel and Steve Hendra, daz and confused that you can actually learn something from these library hangouts. " wilil SSSiSSt,: f fix; ' m P Joe Vanden Elzen Mike Van Durzen Pete Van Deurzen Pat Vannieuwenhoven Steve Ward Jason Wargin Jason Wicker Brad A. Willems Brad J. Willems Tim Woessner SOPHOMORES 29 John Abts Kurt Aissen Chris Albers MAKING THEIR DEBUT Jason Angst Marty Brick Shawn Brick Sam Brook er Bryan Brown Rob Brugman David Burns Jack Calareso, Jr, Tom Calaway, Jr, Carl Castelic Che Chang vo:-: Mike Christman Brad Collard Brian Copeland Aaron Delorit Chris Dimmer Jacob Fleck Jeff Foote Matt Frost Matt Gallagher Bob Gill© - -7- lii: ' r ' ■ • ■ -icr ' • Sv-v. 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Who knows when an athlete will need yours. The Argos staff will meet after school in room 108. Physics Club: Study party for 7th hour. 1. •y. ■ ■ T i:li: I ' ■x®y:! m m r S- i : ., M W ■ p®? " :: | .—•!c - ! .! .v ' !...tVrXvl - .c-; ' •« BBS • •.... •; ••• ' - •; - ;• N .• . -•••. . .•! .• ! ' ' .7 ;• ;•;■ ! . % . ! A " .: ' : 1 . . . :..: -. ,, : : y : •• y:.ft --; ' -y -V ' r : P fm. wi-y 7 : •• . . ■■ ■y,.. jW- ’ 77 ,, ;;; ' 8 : .. .•sy. o, -Til, ' - ' . . - ■ cb: " mSm ir ' .‘ J- : : •am . v • v ::7y : 5%$ . ' xySiyiiii’y:: - ' :: ; y:.; .;;;:;.;-: liyii ' .vjOC-4 " v V h - - . ' • -xi?. • • 1 i ' i-iii: ■; •; V: .-.v : . ' .-j.v. 1 . b ' iiv !-x v‘ i ' i .-. V _ !Vr - ,Xv T; ■•v 11 53 ax: w- ' v • ;■ - . ' y. . v. . -- . . V r-c - 7 . . I lift v-yc W; : 7: _ _ ' - I . By .;sV. ‘.v. ' - . • •• . 1 11 .. 1 1988 Student Council Officers: Vice-president Ed Funk, Trea¬ surer Carl Grunwaldt, President Rob Guyette, Secretary Frtiz Hoeft. 2. Banner and theme of 1988 3. Homecoming ' 87: Court mem¬ bers Matt Stevens and Tina Dobish 4. Interim Karate 5. Mike Hartmann dears tables at faculty breakfast. 6. Interim chefs Rob Guyette and Mr. Pigeon. 7. Intramural basketball: Craig, it ' s easier with your eyes open. 8. Interim at Archery Lanes STUDENT COUNCIL 41 KEY CLUi This year ' s Key Club showed vast im¬ provement over the past few years. With a strong showing of new juniors and freshmen, the club had a mem¬ bership increase of 46%. Under the watchful eye of first-year advisor Keith Baser and the vast leadership of presi¬ dent Ted Sausen, the Key Club got off to a running start at the beginning of the year. They recruited freshmen at Orientation, had a paper drive to raise money and raised over $800 in their annual CP bowl-a-thon. The club sent t6 people to the Dis¬ trict Convention and shows promise of sending at least 6 to the International Convention in California. The other officers of this year ' s club were Vice-President Dan Jones, Sec¬ retary Paul Watzka, Treasurer Jeff Mommaerts and Lt. Governor Division 6 David Brooks. Ted Sausen will take over David Brook ' s office on the District Board next year. -—David Brooks 4 ' ..M ■ JS1F ■■ fW k mmm ■ mk , ■ vT f , ' ' wk-k : ■ ■ ' i , 1 ' ■ w ■ :% f: J : i ■« Wwi ■4 1 : f (Mf % •■+ mmm m - •: ■ -xL • r 4‘ . .,4 «5!: ■ " M: ■: ■: : ii f ' .. : t jfivi... :• -. -. jr T!«K • bJ - ■£ if mm Mm h : .: rf| 1-J : ■ ' ' • ? v; r’v n i — »| B- te: t . SI " 1 S. 1 -•.J.:’:- ' :-- - ..SSJ : ... v =» • ■ ■ ;: 7.(fyi ' • ”■»« .. , ■- : . ' . ii-i.-.v ’ ■ ! _ u ‘ l ‘! :• V In, f m : BS| V ; ' S M. I 1 Would you guys pleeease sit dooowa noooow! Lieutenant Governors Ted Sausen and Da¬ vid Brooks. Otficers: Ted Sausen, Paul Watzka, Jeff Mommaerts. Not pictured: Dan Jones 4. Some of the more illustrious people at the convention. Amir moves in for the kill. Jones and Mellberg: Sneaking out after cur¬ few? This is just too exciting for us. Dean relaxes after a hard night in caucuses. Smile guys! You ' re on Candid Camera. Jones and Marterer surfing at convention. w. y.-vX; m m ■«v; - - 71 m m ,m. ' w: - L A - ■ ' Wr - . ■. mm ! i: BY 1 : ' ■ « f ‘ mm ... vVTTBL t I KEY CLUB Dave Woods, Dave Brooks, Amir Zadeh, Jack Calareso. Row 2: Jeff Foote, Andy Vai Remortel, Tony Smits, Scott Hurley. Row 3: Brian Merline, Jeff Sehring, Mike Jelenic, Jef Mommaerts, Dean Delasanta, Kevin Samuels, Rick Mande. Row 4: Scott Newman, Pet Melberg, Jay Schuh, Paul Watzka, Shane Kiley, Derek Straub, Ted Sausen, Bill Martin Marty Brick. GUYS GALS " Winners!” The 1987-1988 school year was a very exciting one for the Guys 8c. Gals from APHS and SJA. Under the guid¬ ance and directing experience of Mr. Don Richter and accompanied by Jason Le Moine on the drums, the group began its year by giving over fifteen performances during the month of December, which included a streak of nine shows in eight days. " Brand New Attitude " , " Moonglow " , and " Through The Eyes Of Love " were a few of the songs they performed. Innumerable rehearsal hours in Janu¬ ary prepared the group for one of its finest accomplishments. On 2 6 88 the Guys Gals gave their most elec¬ trifying performance of the year and captured 1st place in the SNC Swing Choir Carnival by singing " The Best Is Vet To Come " , " Cabaret Medley " , and " Too Darn Hot " . The 2nd annual " A NITE ON BROAD¬ WAY " was again a very successful fund raiser, and Detroit, Michigan, was the site of “TOUR ' 88 " . On tour the group visited the John Rafferty family, discovered the Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, and attended dy¬ namic performances by Marcel Mar- ceau and Engelbert Humperdinck. The performing members of the 1988 Guys Gals would like to espe¬ cially thank Mr. Richter, Jason Le Moine, Steve Barlament, Greg Healy, Mike Detampel, and John Phythyon, Jr. for all of their hard work and dedica¬ tion. 1. " RIGHT NOW! " 2. " Why are they all looking at me? " 3. " It ' s Elfie! Or is it Alphie? " 4. " Want this finger up your nose? " 5, " Huh ,. ?? " 6. " Check- 1-2-Steve, check-3-4-Barlament. " 7. Lights out for our light man. 8. " WOW! 1 could have had a V-8! " 9. " I ' m impressed. " " I ' m bored " " Greet¬ ings. " OPPOSITE PAGE: 1. " Cribbage, anyone? " 2. " Someone took my cymbals. " 3. " Hey, we ' re five groovy guys! " 4. " Two ladies. " 5. " Okay, now everyone in the car! " 6. FRONT: Mr. Richter. SITTING: Natasha Stevens, Peter Schumacher, Joe Kiedinger, Greg Le Moine, Nicole Brunette, Tyra Olsen, Jean Campbell. KNEELING: Jamie Edler, Julie Dauska, Greg Healy, Steve Adair, Mary M Larmouth, Jenny Campbell, Rochelle Morrison, STANDING: Steve Jones, Jon Elfner, Paula Smithwick, Ed Funk, Beth Terhar, Jarett Lu¬ ther, Matt Maloney, Sherri Shavlik, Brian Day, Mike Detampel, Kevin Sullivan, Jason Le Moine. NOT PIC: Julie Schneider, Steve Barlament. 7. " Which way to the zoo? " 8. " That clinking, clanking sound ... " 9. " Oooooo .. H " 10. " And the winner of the Ugly Guy Contest is ... " 11. " Look up here. I ' m naked! " 44 mm mm % i ‘ ! -i ■I. !■ -54 . ■ i " iI ■a-v m as mm ■••• ■■■■ ■ ;: mmm rtpy. ggyvQi 5 : Kfi :W r :-: 7 ! 51 ; 51 ;! pp:-;-; !M! rr ' iSSsCsSi mm ;;; i " fj 551C ! r ! 5! • ■ ' .i : w: SSx-i: co: mmm ' .v.’.y i S« SSSxK® mmm ■iVV-iVi i ;.v-: LATE NIGHT MUSICIANS This year ' s band and chorus members succeeded in showing their talents throughout the area. They played at several grade schools for recruitment and they also staged concerts at Christ¬ mas and in the Spring. The band also played at the Fort Howard Corporation ' s dedication monies for a new building. Both band and choruses had triumphs at the Festivals. Band came away with a second place in Class B. The Freshman choir re¬ ceived a first place in Class B and the Choir received a first place in Class A. The school was fortunate to host this year ' s Band and Chorus Festival. Thanks must be given to all the volunteers and also Mrs. Funk and Mr. Richter for helping make the Festival a great suc¬ cess. MUSICIANS Rick Mande Brett Schumacher. Trent Willihnganz, Chris Dimmer, Shawn Patrickus, Ryan Larkey. Row 2: Jay Mueller, Che Chang, Sam Brooker. David Burns Pat Ostrander. Shaun Brick Andy Van Remortel. Row 3; Matt Gallagher, Ron Neerdaels, Scott Wright, David Koehler. Eric Ruys, Carl Castelic. Brad Quinn, Rob Gille, Jack Calareso. SQUIRE SINGERS Mike Detample, Pet© Schumacher, Steve Jones, Steve Hendra, Joe Herzog, Brad Willems, Wintston Chapman. Row 2: Steve Knaus, Paul Petersen, Dave Horak, Pete Mellberg, Scott Hurly, Tom Benkowski, Bob Fitzpatrick. Row 3: Paul Watzka, Chris Elfner, Matt Maloney, Joel Boulanger, Chad Schaefer. Row 4: Jamie Edler, Steve Barlament, Joe Kiedinger, Kevin Sullivan, Mike Gagan, Jon Elfner, Mike Dockry, John Maloney, Mike Hartmann, Jarett Luther, Steve Adair, Chris Larson, Carl Grunwaldt. BEGINNING BAND LA TENIGHT SQUIRE BAND . m- 4 .‘ " .yl ' .v-. • W- xc . Jeff Sage, Sean Mullen, Aaron Popkey, Jeff Foote. Row 2: Kelly Roach, Greg Le Moine, Ed Funk, Rob Kaftan. Row 3: Tyra Olson, Rory Dilweg, Brannon Guyette, Scott Fergus, Steve Aliens, Joe Vanden Elzen. Dan Grutza. Chad La Plant, Dave Brooks, Brian Pogue, Brian Albers, Jason La Moine. tmm •xfcirtiL ' xleiifsfc MUSICIANS 47 Jeff Sehring, Pete Vanden Elzen. Pogue, Steve Prevost, Troy Paul. Row 2 : Greg Sehring, Shane Kiley, Luke Riedi, Brian FRESHMAN CHOIR Z: i T-S o ggig| -m - -% S ' ' V •! J r • ; ;i; i- i ,.-• v,::.• ; ::: ■:■ !■;- ■;■ IN CONCERT FESTIVALS Abbot Pennings ' music depart¬ ment hosted Large Group Music Festival on April 22. Over 1000 musicians from area private and parochial schools descended on our school to perform and to be judged. Although many com¬ mented on the small size of our facilities, the day was well orga¬ nized and ran smoothly.The two Abbot Pennings ' choirs both re¬ ceived first place ratings. The following received First Place ratings at Solo Ensemble Festival: Ed Funk, Joe Kiedinger, Jarett Luther, Andy Horn, David Koehler, Jeff Foote. Not pictured: Brian Albers, Sean Mullen, Aaron Popkey, Brian Pogue. MUSICIANS 49 ACADEMY GIRLS The ladies of Saim Joseph Academy help to make all of our events more inter¬ esting. They serve as our cheerleaders, our fans, our queens, our dates, and our friends. Squire life wouldn ' t be the same without them. 1 ■; , ' ,v i ■ r . , v, i i ‘. ' y ' V W ' . 3 p w j.vrn 50 ACADEMY GIRLS Squire parents serve the school in a number of ways. They serve on committees leading to such major fund¬ raising events as the auction and the picnic. They sell food at concession stands. They support us in all events as fans, as chaperones, as photogra¬ phers, and as group leaders at Retreats. ■ ■ ■ ‘ .V ■ ■ ■■■ I t-. • ' - ' • :•: -r-’’ gms g ' i- ' -x M SsW®®: : : PARENTS 51 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS Paul Gilson, Scott Fergus, Mike DeTam- pel, Craig Darling, Steve Barlament, Ed Funk, Kevin Devroy. Not pictured: Phil Gull, Jarett Luther, Brian Geurts, Dale Voeks, Mike Collins, Robb Guyette, Mike Larkey. JUNIORS Scott Colby, Jason LeMoine, Brian Mer- line, Pete Schumacher, Steve Adair, John Grant, Dean Delasanta, John Rader, Matt Lieb. Row 2: Aaron Pop- key, Casey Brozek, Ted Sausen, Jeff Mommaerts, Andy Conrad, Paul Pfeiffer, Rory Dilweg, Scott Wahl, Pete Opichka, Mike Jelenic, Matt Maloney, Derek Straub, Paul Watzka. Not pic¬ tured: Rob Kaftan, Brannon Guyette. SOPHOMORES Tim Woessner, Charlie Biebel, Gary Diny, Chris Elfner, Brett Liebmann, Brian Day, Kevin Rankin. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY METRO MATH TEAM FORENSICS TEAM Brian Merline, Mike DeTampel, Dean Delasanta, Brett Liebman, Rob Guyette, Derek Rohan. Row 2: Kevin Samuels, Jeff Mommaerts, Ed Funk, Derek Straub, Jim Lemens. Seated: Pete Schumact er, Jamie Edler. Row 1: Brett Liebman, Scott Wahl, Ryan Larkey, Matt Frost, Mike Christman. Row 2: Brian Day, Kevin Sullivan, Pete Vanden Elzen, Matt Maloney. Not pictured: Aaron Popkey, Scott Hurley. AWARDS All-State Award: Cast of " Odd Couple " Finalist Pin: Cast of " Death Knocks " Finalist Pin: Brian Day for Group Discussion 11111 BHj X t V y TOMORROW ' S ARTISTS COMPETITION UWGB ACADEMIC COMPETITION Mike Detjen, Jason Wicker, Alan Oettinger Derek Straub, Jack Calareso, David Burns, Jon Kiley. Row 2: Ted Sausen, Brian Henning, David Dodd, Ed Funk, Steve Barlament, Scott Le Due, Mike DeTampel. COACHES Math Team: Mrs. Diedrick Science Team: Mr. Drewiske English Team: Mr. Waak Social Studies Team: Mr. Vandermause 53 K % ' ■ .,•« . t- !;. 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" ' iv ' - ' v " ! - .’M ' Paul Jelenic M Steve Hendra Jeff Hoffman Kevin Hahn Matt J. j-v- i iVTiji ■ ' A i‘‘i iViji " Tji v! 1 - ; •••••: ; I’-Vvi i 1 ' , . I;. . . : . ,;.;.;:o 5 X • ' -;V it; XjLOiSiSi: ! - ARGOS ■Lv iv: : : :• y-viii ' to to-;; i; ;i ;!«i; Many Abbot Pennings students are more than just students. Eight to two- thirty in the classroom and then three to ten, eleven, midnight ... at a local gas station, fast-food, retail, or gro¬ cery store. Many younger students have paper routes, shovel snow, mow lawns or clean dad ' s office. Why all this moonlighting? Cars, stereos, ski trips, TUITION, cameras, clothes (those stylish sport jackets and ties are not cheap!), records, CD ' s, computers, spending money to support weekend social commitments are only a few of the many reasons for working 10 to 30 hours outside of school. Work isn ' t the only outside activity in which Squires participate, Besides school sponsored sports, a lot of stu¬ dents are on local hockey, basketball, baseball, indoor and outdoor soccer teams. There are also students who are very involved in church and ser¬ vice organizations, teaching cate¬ chism and working with the elderly and handicapped and poor. oyyy. v- ■ ■ OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES ;0_-V«fV ' wtSwi - ■:■ }■ ' • r- ucwt saasi :■ loixo •■is ,: ••••••. ■ v« y J IM 1. Paul Gilson in 20 years, still working at Quik Mart. 2. Dave and Paul duck hunting 3. " Dale " trying to find a light during his break. (A.K.A. Rob Kennedy) 4. Chris Larson on the ice. 5. Is that Larry at the " Club Copa " ? 6. What a line-up. Stevens and Eggers. Do you think there will be a fight. 7. Andy Ross whistling whi le he works at the local grocery store. 8. Mike, working hard? 9. Thompson with a nice jump shot over Andy. OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES 57 EVENTS || Pumpkin run at homecoming 2. Choice from La. 3. Interim “88 " . 4. Melodia ' s victory at talent show. 5. Bishop Maida ' s visit. 6. Freshman slave day. 7. Party at Bonk ' s. 8. Not building floats. 9. Six sophomores arrested since freshman year tO. Senior Class Fundraiser. : :■ ' ii.i . .: ; ;■■■ o. . .... . , ■. V His OPENING MASS Eight years ago a tradition began of having the new school year intro¬ duced by Freshman Orientation and an Opening Mass. This tradition was continued again this year by the stu¬ dents and teachers and parents of Abbot Pennings. This year ' s theme " Let the Sky be the Limit of Your Imagina¬ tion " and the goals of the Parent ' s club were introduced at the Opening Mass. Both these events are designed to begin friendships and rekindle those in¬ terrupted by summer vacation. 1. The theme for the 1987-88 school year. 2. Mr. Basar Is complemented on his suspenders. 3. Mr. Oettinger and Fr. Brooks discuss the upcoming school year. 4 Amazement is written all over these Freshmen ' s faces. 5. Two Freshmen discuss their futures at Pennings. 6. Popkey describes how he can throw a pass. 7. Joe Kiedinger sings at the Opening Mass. 60 OPENING MASS : : 1:1 : This year ' s convocations were informational and en¬ tertaining. Even though the assemblies were widely spaced throughout the year, people looked for¬ ward to each one. Included in this year ' s con¬ vocations were recognizing the students on the honor roll, pep rallie, and the tradi¬ tional masses. We also had visits from Bishop Maida, Don Veldman, and Bob Lenz. Bishop Maida spoke on the school and the great edu¬ cation we are getting. Don Veldman spoke on the problems in society and teenage alternatives. Bob Lenz spoke on teenage problems and how teen¬ agers can relate to their parents. 1 Bishop Maida 2. Don Veldman 3. Bob Lenz 4. Rob Guyette introduces a speaker. CONVOCATIONS 61 62 CURRENT EVENTS CURRENT EVENTS The school year of 1987-88 was certainly not without its share of newsworthy events, both strange and unexpected. Unions gathered their share of headlines, as Chrysler laid off hundreds of workers in Kenosha, and the Nicolet strikers managed to stay on strike the whole year. The NFL Players Union went on a twenty-four day strike, but only one game was lost, as the teams drafted replacement squads. The White House continued to be a home to the mysterious. The Iran-Contra scandal quieted down, in time for contro¬ versy about the new Supreme Court jus¬ tice. Contra-Aid bills were continually brought up and rejected. And one had to wonder if our movie star president ' s fate lay in the stars. Reagan met with Soviet leader Mikheil Gorbachev while countless candidates campaigned for his job. Joe Biden got caught cheating on a speech and Gary Hart got caught cheating on his wife. Eight inches of snow tin leased Cade found guilty Dow off 1 points at noon ' _ rly advance retreats ■ " •v sr iKf m Jfe Lofton found innocent y--.-f it. - -• V « lipjonr - 1 -- 3. -_ Vj T=V=- .- In autumn leaves weren ' t the only thing falling. The Dow Jones Industrial average plummeted in the worst single-day loss ever. In winter, the snow didn ' t fall in its usual amounts, with the exception of December 15, when nine and a half inches caused the cancellation of school. In sports, winners were the Minnesota Twins (?), Washington Redskins and Kansas Jayhawks. Team USA wasn ' t so lucky at the Calgary Winter Olympics. Michael Jackson was bad and remakes abounded in music. We watched the debut of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Thirtysomething. Robocop and Fatal Attraction hit the big screens. William Proxmire retired and Jimmy the Greek was fired. Even the gods weren ' t safe from the ever moving hand of fate. fuel r- «.i fende m .ft . m CURRENT EVENTS What more can be said about Godspell that hasn ' t already? Godspell became the second musical to make a reappearance on the Pennings state and it more than lived up to the APHS tradition. Two full houses on the final weekend can attest to that. Godspell wasn ' t an ordinary musical. Jesus Christ is portrayed as a clown who teaches through the parables found in the gospel of Matthew. Each parable was presented as a skit. A chorus was drafted by Mr. Richter to complement the main cast. Behind his steady directing and help from producer Miss Vincent, musical director Miss Dunn and the invaluable insight and hard work of Steve Barlament, the entire cast successfully communicated their message to the audience. This happened through many incredible songs, such as " Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord, " " God Save the People, " " Day by Day, " “Bless the Lord, " " All Good Gifts, " " Light of the World, " and “We Beseech Thee. " This experience was hopefully one which will live in the hearts of the cast and the chorus forever, and hopefully in the hearts of the audience as well. 64 1. Dani ' s up to something again. 2. Another startling stunt by Ed and Yed 3. Fr. Abraham and Lazareth have no pity on the rich man 4. The three stooges (nyuk, nyuk, nyuk) 5. You are the salt of the earth 6. Bah! It ' s Peter Lorre. Or Bela Lugosi. Clickening the shtortz and frockening the shlickzert. 7. You vipers! Brood! Si " A,. r ■ • ' f V. ' :,. J :• V ' . - .. ■ SIP L • " " _3ypv; : : r S rv Xt 3l -w Vi- .,. - - ■ ■■■ ■ UMlIl i?‘ I-..;. . . •i JP s fc The cast: front- Ed Funk; 1st row- Maloney, Sherri Shavlik, Nicole Brune Jon Elfner, Jon Kiley, Tyra Olsen, Jai Edler, Joe Kiedinger, Dani Funk; 2nd (the bleacher buttsV Tricia Deering, chelle Morrisson, Rutny Conant, Jarett ther, Joel Boulanger, Peter Schumaci Stacy Burnham, Paula Smithwick, Susie Mere, Jolie Kraft, Scott Hurley; 3rd n Jenny Campbell, Melanie Froelich, Jones, Jason Rafeld, Chris Elfner, St Jones, Brian Day, Kevin Sullivan, Natal Stevens; back- Mike Detampel, St Adair, Greg LeMoine, jester (Paul Watz| A special thanks to: Mr. Richter, Miss cent, Mr. Tessner, Miss Dunn, Mr. Pig stage and light crews, and pit band 2. Three guys you shouldn ' t mess w| Hey, can you guys get a spot on God Save the People) herri, the lady from the audiei becomes a good Samaritan Dooooooood!!!! Please ... don ' t give me a dem We done good ... eh, Nikki? m ■VUt Tii-1 k J® • yfm A: ■ vjW ' Xct:£v;-$ f J m V- „ imii : mmm MUSICALS Saint Joseph ' s Every fall, when Academy produces a musical, many students from Pennings play lead roles and other parts. This year ' s show was Bye, Bye, Birdie, a comedy that is based on a fictional Elvis-type charac¬ ter who is going off to war, and wants to leave one of his fans one last kiss before he goes. This year, Ed Funk performed as a main lead, Albert Peterson, Pete Schu¬ macher was the part of Randolph McKafee and Joe Kiedinger was Charles F. Maude, the bartender. Al¬ bert, Conrad Birdie ' s manager is being pressured by his longtime beau, Rosie, to quit the music business and become an English teacher. She comes up with the scheme for Albert ' s departure, and after nearly messing up the entire operation, Albert realizes his true love, and he and Rosie move off to Ohio to get married. mm gtrtjQ 31111 -T: inlSE ' e Cast from Pennings: Ed Funk, Pete :humacher, Joe Kiedinger, Jamie Edler, ke Detampel, Kevin Sullivan, Greg Moine, Che Chang, Matt Gallagher, eve Jones, Scott Hurley, Matt Maloney If You ' re Really Sincere Telephone Hour The ideal American family Put on a Happy Face (just check ou t the suit he ' s wearing) The Temptations of Sweet Apple Michael D. admires Gumpy ' s flat- IS PENN. tn 1 . . m- i 1 Si " . : ; 1! psji 1 i Djj$ ?! ' v ' - " d; wwm :s ■; M.-i-Z . TALENT SHOW The 1988 Abbot Pennings ' tal¬ ent show provided a much need¬ ed relief from the monotonous month of February. Students and teachers alike were dazzled by l he fine performance of varied acts and the emcees presented amusing skits between the acts. This year, Pennings witnessed the emergence of many new bands that proved to be very original and quite entertaining. Joe Kiedinger, Nicole Brunette, Pete Schumacher, and Steve Barlamen I shared their singing tal¬ ent by performing various songs. The audience received a spe¬ cial treat as the APHS Jazz Band entertained as the votes were being tabulated. The winners turned out to be: First place, “Meiodia " whose members in¬ cluded, Ed Funk, Jamie Edler, Greg Le Moine, Matt Maloney, and Jon Elfner; Second place went to Joe Kiedinger; the band “Brown Sugar ' , whose members included: Greg Le Moine, Chad La Plant, Jamie Edler, Sean Danke, Andy Ross, and Brian Albers took third. 1. Joe sings his way into the hearts of many. 2. The Late Night Band " Brown Sugar " . 3. Winner of the " Stupid People Trick " award. 4. Steve serenades the audience. 5. Who are those masked men? 68 TALENT SHOW The 1988 winners, “Meiodia ' .••: : v V . o :i -IT -m 36 ' 1 -v 7 -- v ' ■ SKKij ■v?: - • : s$ - —-. 7 7 i i- w s 35 - ,7 . : t : 1 NKSKvK . .7 ■ Si ' •• ■ .. -:..S - ,v . ;-i»:: TSS: • ; • v.-yyyy.. zp M. SSL Ear. .. . TALENT SHOW 69 1 2 . 3. 4. 5. 6 . 7. 8 . Fritz " beefs " up the show. Some beauties and cheers. Ed cringes as the Enterprise dangles (like a fetus). One of Pat ' s better looking dates. Jeff prepares to do some serious fishing. Rob and Steve win the " Stupid Pet " award. The new " Rockettes " at the Copa. APHS Jazz Band : - S . m ::::: ■ m m m INTERIM 1988! Interim 1988 was one of this year ' s top events. Students had the opportunity to travel to Spain, France, Germany, Colorado, Detroit and Chicago. Students could also spend interim closer to home. Courses such as archery, karate, ceramics, media, Russian, mechanics, bike repair, acting, drawing, cooking, nutrition, astronomy were offered at school and around Green Bay. Interim is a huge project that hopefully will not be left up to one person next time. Ed Funk was the organizer of interim this year. Special thanks goes to Ed and the Student Council for putting together Interim ' 88. It was a nice break from school that provided students with fun learning experiences. ROAD TRIPS ' m: The Swing Choir gives ' em all they got in Detroit. Healy, once light man for thr Swing Choir, takes over as bu driver. m is t: m ■ m The Sears Tower in Chicago Having fun in Chicago 70 INTERIM 1. The Squire Ski Team showing their stuff on the slopes of Steamboat. 2. Brian Snyder whipping aerials in Colorado. 3. Andy, Jason, Scott, and Brian in Steamboat 4. The Alcazar in Segovia, Spain. 5. Jeff, Steve, kRobb, Ben, Mike, Mrs. Granius, Pete, Mark, and Jeff in Madrid, Spain. 6. Father Meehan, Paul, Craig, Kurt, Mr. Tessner, John, Rory, Scott, and Paul in Germany. 7. Chambord in the Loire Valley 8. John Song getting his ear pierced in Germany. 9. Andy, Chris, Kevin, Dave, Mike, and Fritz on " The Thinker” in Paris. INTERIM 71 mm s INTERIM 1988 ON LOCATION -» , r VV ' v ' 1. The Creative Writing class looking quite creative. 2. There is no escape from Geometry; or from Mrs. Diedrick. 3. Mr. LaViolette shows up his hidden tal¬ ents. 4. Mrs. Funk and her modelling class 5. Jeff learns a new method of fishing 72 INTERIM .... ■adMWtth :. 1. The Freshmen receive tips on dat¬ ing. 2. Mr. Basar raps with his students 3. The students learn Russian from Mrs. Logan. 4. Ryan Larkey practices his " Scar¬ lett O ' Hara " impression in Drama Class. 5. Rob Guyette shows new insight in making cafeteria food. INTERIM 73 HOMECOMING Nothing can compare to the week of activities during Homecom¬ ing 1987. This annual event involved many changes in stride and turned into one of the best Homecomings in years. During the week of festivities, the school and the student council sponsored several contests includ¬ ing “Wheel of Fortune " , the third an¬ nual pie eating contest, and the marshmallow stuffing contest. Win¬ ners were Kevin Devroy and the senior class, Pete Goeben, and Kurt Kindsgrab respectively. Doc Coyle and Miss Collins were selected as Faculty King and Queen. The biggest change for Home¬ coming was that the floats were re¬ placed with class skits. Each class made up a skit and performed it in front of the faculty and student body. The senior class ran away with first place with a rendition of " The Gong Show " . After the football team crushed St. Mary ' s Menasha 48-0, the Squires and their dates found themselves dancing to the beat of Jak Makral at the Elk ' s Club in downtown Green Bay. The theme song was " Wonder¬ ful Tonight " by Eric Clapton. Head¬ ing this year ' s court were King Craig Darling and Queen Belinda Van Dreel. .r The results of several pumpkin runs. Craig Darling and Belinda Van Dreel Scott Fergus and Nicole Gigot Matt Stevens and Tina Dobesh A Freshman???? Kevin Copeland and Kristin Gafvert Fritz Hoeft and Ann Van Erem • v . 0 Jil Ov - w A ; • ■Ssv- " : .5 v.K .SSxc « ■: y :• 1 : • ..jMjsasv.j...... .■» I ' ■% § .2 : ' V ' ' t ' " F m ::fi - A " ’ J flM ' Vij. M ; -m f ■ «A‘ : . " ' , ’ ..■S r ' HOMECOMING ■ ' i-.v: :c4y: Wmm isV-v I :;-: •JWjC i m V- ■ • 2 . 3. 4. 5. 6 . 7. 8 . 1. Craig Gregozeski and Susan Maulick Kevin Gill© and Holli Allen Daren Cole and Jennie Ysebaert Aie-Yamma-Yamma Jon Kiley and Heather McCoy Is it Mr. or Mrs. Deacon? Teacher cheerleaders need a little more work. The Junior ' s skit comes in second. HOMECOMING 75 JUNIOR PROM f Wild Horses Couldn ' t Carry Me Away " Junior Prom was very successful this year. The prom was led by King Scott Newman and Queen Stacey Burnham. The other members of court consisted of Matt Michels, Ca¬ sey Brozek, Aaron Marterer, Peter Opichka, John Schneider, and Jeff Konop. They had the honor of hav¬ ing the band " Second Floor ' play for them. There was a special band that also played. The school ' s own " Space Mountain and The -ootnills " played a few songs. The Junior Prom went very well and all the Juniors went home satis¬ fied with the special night. .vv. ’ . i v-tvr Vi ■ • •: graft ; ■ ■ .. v U I ,S - 10 w ■ r» ;_;.v Hii i m -t ■ f KRW .... - H « - -’FTHa 14 ... :::: 1 . ... . King 8c Queen: Scott Newman 8c Stacy Burnham Susan Maulick 8c Pete Opichka Junior Prom Court Emily Hurd 8c Aaron Marterer Kelsie Brosteau 8c Jeff Konop Debbie Tomcheck 8c John Schneider Robb " Moonlighting” DeRuyter Nicole Brunette 8c Joel Boulanger Rick VandeHei 8c Liz Schneider Jason LeMoine 8c Tammy McNeil Mike Jelenic 8c Laura Cerminara Aaron Popkey 8c Hope Phillips " Second Floor” Martha Staddler 8c Rick Skeens Pat; he ' s only selling pop. David Parish, Kjell Olson, Scott Newman, Aaron Marterer JUNIOR PROM L: v. y.fa-yy: ' s ' ’ ; ; rf; ■ • SgSft| 3 : iilg 1 .V» .v 1 SpJffl: BBSS} JWXiO !» " ■ r?. ' ■». :;s j; • ,r c! • - ;•; ■ ■■ HI ■ • vi ■ - -- : ;. . • ..::. ■.r.y .v m I 1 .., . i ' toC‘A ' . mmii yV - - f ; r ; 1 afMHta C- ’ : -y . vTfPT 3 : IS " . .-aBS ' i’ V. - ■ •-■ ■ ■• 4S -.cSKliLi -■■■ ' ' T ■ %.■ » ••-,- -«-. ■ • .. . ■ 3Py..t : ' .4bv f f L« 1,1 • Cv-y • . ;I®G. .. . • - .r yj: ■ m ■ ■■■. T ' -WC ’ r: w y ;-% ' itW, :y y-wmi ■ .•:■■■ r " S...- “f i • ■ • .-.-.VV, . .-..I. 5 ; ■■ NUC - ■ ly Wy. •v HOT . : .y ■mz m: ' Cr. o, :•: ., .... .... .; Senior The Senior Ball was held April 22 at the Holiday Inn South¬ west. The theme of the even¬ ing was “Let ' s Spend The Night Together " by the Rolling Stones. Music was provided by Taboo Groove. King Steve Barlament and Queen Shelly Cleveland reigned over the court which included: Larry Bushweiler, Ed Funk, Carl Grunwaldt, Greg Healy, Robb Kempken, Scott Le Due, and Ben Murphy. The night was a night that each Senior and his date will never forget. 1 2 . 3. 4. 5. 6 . 7. 73 8. Steve Barlament and Shelly Cleve¬ land Taboo Groove Terry Cornelissen and Cindy Nowak Larry Bushweiler and April Amonel Ben Murphy and Mary Mathison Dave Jarock Robb Kempken and Sarah Flanigan Rob Kennedy and Shelly Lotto m . i a i ' .. . c-r , r W38m : y-t ViVi ' i-VX ' ;,.v 1 •••••X : V . • ; 1. Mr, Deacon, Steve Barlament and Mr. Oettinger 2. Jeff Petermann and Missy Gonaski 3. Jay Feuerstein, Craig Darling, and Jeff Austin 4. Scott Fergus and Nicole Gigot 5. Girls from the Academy 6. Greg Le Moine, Terry Cornelissen, Jeff Austin c Fritz Floeft Senior Ball 79 GRA UATION Final Bows; Much Applause! COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES FRIDAY, MAY 27, T988 ABBOT PENNINGS HALL OF FINE ARTS Most Reverend Aloysius Wycislo Bishop of Green Bay Presiding IN MEMORIAM Patrick R. Marx 1970-1987 HONORS Valedictorian: Ed Funk Salutatorian: Mike Detampel Activities Medal: Rob Guyette Yearbook Medal: Jarett Luther Newspaper Medal: Scott Le Due . Mike Detampel Sousa Award: Ed Funk Greg LeMoine Sromovsky Award: Joe Kiedinger Drama Award: Ed Funk Athletic Award: Craig Gregozeski Servotte Award; Mike Detampel Art Medal: David Dodd 8 . Larry Bushweiler Scholarship Inc. Distinguished Student: Jarett Luther Pat Marx Scholarship: Phil Gull Greg Boulanger Scholarship: Jamie Edler Abbot Bernard H. Pennings Award: Ed Funk Sfc i 1 Ben Murphy receiving his diploma from Bishop Wycislo. Kevin Devroy, Scott LeDuc, David Dodd, Bob Vannieuwenhoven, Nic Broderick Valedictorian Ed Funk Eric Draheim Andy Mueller, Greg Healy, Mike Collins Jarett Luther and Steve Barlament Joe Kiedinger and Greg LeMoine Dale Voeks Paul Gilson, Scott Fergus, Craig Darling Ed Funk, receiving the Abbot Bernard H. Pennings Award. Andy Ross Kurt Weiting and Dave Woods Hai Nguyen and Kevin Copeland Salutatorian Mike Detampel m 4. ■« ■ . •: : -4 :: -N • fiVJ TI I f i - " ■4 4 — j v-.y.- ' l v " . ' • C }A. iVV ' " W 1 ' • ,Ef ' % iV..•... v “.Lj ’• :• ■■.. r .• • •. • :• ‘ V-5- -iiVijj j ftgft $jw if- ' I ' jjfflp " ' t? ft £ J - r ;■ .‘Itefcu. xj jn5w[ •S Of-; , ' .%vv • ' v ' _iiV3|Ii Sports TOP 10 LIST SPORTS Soccer State Champions Golf State Champions Tennis defending State Champions Cross Country 5th in state Basketball: Second place in FVCC. Football team wins homecoming game. Intramural hoops champs: The Returnables Eric Draheim ' s 254 in bowling. New trophy case donated by Booster Club Track breaks in two new coaches. the Varsity football team finished with a 3-7 record. A tribute to this year ' s team was that they never gave up. An example of this was a hard-fought, 26-15 loss at the hands of playoff- bound Menominee in the season finale. One of this year ' s highlights was a homecoming thrashing of Menasha St. Mary, 48-0. An ever-improving offense was led by Senior end Fritz Hoeft, Junior tailback John Schneider, and Junior quarterback Aaron Popkey. Hoeft and Schneider received post-season honors, while Popkey led the metro in passing. A feisty defense was led by All-Conference tackle Jon Elfner, hard-hitting cornerback Darin Cole, Junior All-Conference end Andy Conard, and slick linebacker Peter Opichka. Fine individ¬ ual performances were also turned in by safety Craig Gregozeski, noseguard Jason Hodel, and tight end Mike Kopczynski. Darin Cole also re¬ ceived post-season honors. Despite their youth, the Squires played hard, tough football and stayed close in most games. Considering their tenacity and a core of exper¬ ienced underclassmen, the gridiron future looks bright. c : ---- : : JvyM V . iVjWj Steve Hendra, Mark Granius, Brad Willems, Jesse DeLorit, Steve Adair, Darin Cole, John Schneider, Tom Benkowski, Dave Puyleart, Gary Diny. Row 2: Craig Gregozeski, Matt Michels, John Jonas, Jason Vander Zanden, Jeff Konop, Matt Gallagher, Cory Gay, Paul Manders, Troy Grossbier, Charlie Biebel, Rob DeRuyter, Jim Lemens, Jason Hodel. Row 3: Mike Crooks, Al Groves, Mike Gagan, Sean Danke, Mike Hartmann, Tim Woessner, Jon Elfner, Jay Schuh, Andy Conard, John Maloney, Mike Jelenic, Dave Parish, Peter Opichka, Fritz Hoeft, Aaron Popkey, Brian Day, Rod Bohm. f“!p ' MS mm ■ V M . . Last page: 1 Darin Cole, Dave Parish, and Craig Gregozeski welcome the Macks to De Pere. 2. Aaron Popkey hands off to John Schneider. This page: 1. The Squire defense piles on. 2. John Schneider looks upfield. 3. The Squire linemen take the field. 4. " he defense prepares to crush yet another opponent. FOOTBALL 85 The 1987 JV football team, lead by Coach Mike Crooks, finished their season with a 2-5 record. Offensively, the Squires showed strong ground and aerial attacks. First year quar¬ ter-back Gary Diny was injured early in the season but came back and proved he could play. Tom Benkowski and Mark Gran- ius also showed skillfull moves in the back- field. Benkowski was the leading rusher and scorer. Defensively, John Maloney, Tim Woessner, Brian Day, Mark Granius, Tom Benkowski, and Jason Vander Zanden did their best to stop the opponent ' s offensive drive. I he Squires showed spirit and potential for Squire football in the future. W i n. — ,v Il ' WfPt •M Jim Lemens, Brian Day, Tim Woessner, Cory Gay, Jesse Delorit, Jason Vander Zanden, Steve Adair, Troy Grossbier, Row 2: Mark Granius. Charlie Biebel, Steve Kendra, Joe Herzog, Tom Benkowski, Brad A. Willems, Dave Puyleart. 86 FOOTBALL I r ; ■ :: fa mm snw, ■ : : VgcV.::. ....... ' • - v ■ ■ ......... -V ..... .- ,. , 5 - 1 . mm mm %;r ' £ W H xoX . ; ’ ■ :o:; -v --v v? ■■.. .Jr-. ' •IC’XWwi 1 fi ' ■ . W r • • V-: ji-f F ■Si-. .cTl «n -.. “ ' . ' ' •••• .. 3 ■ - FRESHMAN The Freshman Football team had a rough sea¬ son with a 0-9 record. Surprisingly, the victories of the team were won in the heart, not on the field. At the beginning of the season, the team was a ragtag assortment of guys who just wanted to play football, but as the weeks wore on, the team became a unified body that worked as nard as possible. The improvements both as a team and as individuals were amazing. Now that the team has matured as a unii, it seems likely that in the near future the team will become a force to be reckoned with and the thrill of victory will be commonplace and the agony of defeat forgotten. ■w ' v ' T_ VK. 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FOOTBALL WHAT A WAY TO FINISH Soccer Team State Champions Since 1984, when the Squires were runner-ups at State, the soccer team has been trying to become Slate Champions. This year they did! Not only did the team beat Racine Prairie in overtime and defending champion Milwaukee Marquette, but they also defeated Whitefish Bay Dominican 2-1 in the championship game. This is the first year for a soccer team to win the Championship at Pennings and also the first time for the city of Green Bay. Jay Feueurstein, Hai Nguyen, Scott Fergus, Kevin Gille, and Matt Lieb not only led the team to State, but also a win in the difficult Neenah Invitational and a second place finish in the St. John ' s Invitational tournament. The team felt that wins against top rated Madison West, Neenah, and Wakesha Memorial helped them through the dif¬ ficult games. Coach Arturo Geraldo said that all the team needed was to be shown that they could beat the best in the state. The Squires ended the season with a 22-2-3 record on a 16 game winning streak and were ranked second in the latest soccer poll. They also beat five ranked teams during the course of the season. Fergus recorded 16 shutouts and Nguyen scored 31 honored by being defensive and Offensive Players of the Year respectively. Also named to the metro teams were Matt Lieb, Eric Lie- bergen. Matt Stevens, Kevin Gille, and Jay Feueurstein. Coach Giraldo was named Coach of the Year. Players named to the All-Conference teams were Nguyen, Fergus, Lieb, and Lieber- gen. Lack of respect, lack of size, and early season defeats did not disturb this team. All that matters is that they became a family and they have the trophy. The goal of the season. Steve McNab shows his moves. Jay Feueurstein goes up for the ball. Hai Nguyen using his footwork. Abbot Pennings Varsity Team: Mike Dock¬ ery. Mike Collins, Andy Josephs, David Watke, Kevin Samuels, David Jarock, Hai Nguyen, Steve Ward, John Lacey, Scott Fergus. Row 2: Coach Arturo Giraldo, Matt Stevens, Joel Boulanger, John Wahr, Joe Sullivan, John Rader, Paul Schmidt, Eric lie- bergen, Dan Jones, Steve McNab, Jon Cor- nelissen, Jay Feueurstein, Matt Lieb, Kevin Gille. goals and were named All-Metro m ■- - - ■■ : ■ ' . w: : r n ■ i f .: ; vm . VK •■ ' ■■■ :■ ...... i ' " CL ' ? . I ' .I I .v- l -5V j P? j -- ■ ■ : r Zm .! -.m t ii i tm w . n m Vj " r.-. i BE 5535 1 Wi ‘ • ' I • ' y ' ■ | mm Ssl 3. ;• !■ : -L, Wmm ■ ■ ‘■ .y.-.N-.: ■ : . ' ■ZJ " ' rsJtr- H;:«W ’Wfetl KMjj Vi .• V3- . .-.V. ' .’Ji !. v - ■ K-ji’ .0. J w i i m j m ■■ .. ■01 ■ ■; ■■■ ' : mm® :0; !! v5X‘ ! J ! 0 j■. ■. :-::o::-::o:-v ■:■• ' •: ■■. y -■.v • . ■■ V . ■ iV vC ' K-xo: :-:o: »: : .: ‘-V PS! rf :V aari ? Sf gfttSHH , , .■ •!•! " A-. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -:? SJv-vy vj ■r-:- : •: . ' . .. i i _T. mm 1. A tense moment during the Pre- montre game. 2. Eric Liebergen uses some muscle on defense. 3. Dave Jarock keeps his head in the game. 4. The team cheers after scoring a win¬ ning goal. 5. Scott Fergus leads the defense. 6. The offense scrambles for the ball. 7. Matt lieb keeps his concentration. 8. The senior ' s mothers do their best to imitate their sons. Everyone knows that our varsity won state this year. Not a lot of people no¬ ticed the JV ' s. We were well put together team consisting of Juniors and Sopho¬ mores. The team was made up of Juniors Aar¬ on Marterer, Brian Merfine, and Roberto Chapa. The Sophomores were Dave Me Monagle, inspirational leader, Dave Horak and Winston Chapman, captains. Steve Ward was our power in the middle, with Mark Thompson and Steve Piette as his aids. Jay Wargin, Steve Knaus, John La¬ cey, and Evan Lin were other members of the team. Our coach was Tim Tarrance who was assisted by Gordie Maleege. Our record was 7-4 at the end of the season. The highlight of the season was beating Pre- montre 3-0. I think our team will be an excellent fol¬ low-up to the state championship team. We have a bright future in soccer at Ab¬ bot Pennings. y. ■. co! yi.v-. Wm 1 Dave McMonagle, Mike Brehm, Roberto Chapa, reg Cornette, Winston Chap¬ man, Steve Ward, Bret Liebman, Row 2: Tim Terrance, Jason Wargin, Brian Merline, Aaron Marterer, Mark Thompson, Steve Knaus, John Lacey, Evan Lin, David Horak, Gordon Ceop. Not pictured: Steve Piette. 2. Roberto Chapa dribbling the ball. 3. Dave McMonagle clears the ball. 4. John Lacey waiting to throw the ball. 5. Go Squires!!! 6. Steve Piette shows con¬ centration. 90 SOCCER . Mi mi : a-::: : ■: : v-. : : : :• ■ ■ , ' w FRESHMAN SOCCER The Freshmen soccer team did a good job and kept a record of 8 wins and 3 losses. The team played all JV Teams and beat them with ease. The learn is full of talent and had lots of fun. One of the team ' s victories, 2-1, was against Pre- montre. The JV team played against the same team and lost. Under the tutelage of Coach Sue, the Freshman Squires are bound to continue the tradition of winning soccer teams. ■miiM o m wSrAVi ' lviv i W ' - Wt ■’ s f iiTMI Freshmen Soccer Team; Brad Collard, Brian Van Gheen, Brian Pogue, Scott Gilson, Shawn Brick, Rob Brugman. Row 2: Jacob Fleck, Pat Ostrander, Kurt Eisen, David Koehler, Ron Neerdales, Matt Gallagher. ■ -■Hi . SOCCER Mi ' .yiV:x ' " iiTT: m ■ : ■ |Page 92: 1. Jon Schauder, Dean Delasanta, Scott Colby, Scott Wahl, John Danen. Row 2: Coach John Zegers, Chad Gnewuch, Rob Kaftan, Jon Kiley, Casey Brozek, Craig Dar¬ ling, Chad Ward, Rob Guyette. 2. Kiley shows the serious side of golf. 3. Gee, isn ' t this a fun sport! 4. Wahl shows one more thing he can do with his nose. 5. Darling shows his good putting form. 6. Does anyone have some toilet paper? 7. Wahl shows good concentration while Dar¬ ling and Kiley discuss the weekend. ' age 93: 1 Danen from the fringe. 2. Brozek airs out his armpits while swinging at flies. 3. Kiley holes out. 4. Freshman Brad Quinn on the practice green. 5. Chad Ward intensely practicing. 6. Brozek looks dejected as his putt misses. 7. Darling takes it easy as usual. GOLF 93 y. ... . . - ...... . : ' f-m : • : 4+ . r y-K. Once again, the Squire golfers captured the State Golf Championship. They finished their seven conference meets undefeated and also captured the conference title before be¬ ing reigned state champions. In addition, the Squires set a new school record for team low score. The Squire ' s team score was 144, which surpassed the previous low score of 148. The Squire golfers received many honors during and after the season. Craig Darling, Ca¬ sey Brozek and Scott Wahl were all named to first team all¬ conference. Coach John Zegers was chosen as 1987 Wisconsin Golf Coach of the Year. Craig Darling was also named Wisconsin State Player of the Year. — Jon Kiley TWO- TIME CROSS COUNTR Y CHAMPS After winning the Fox Valley Chris¬ tian Conference title last year, this team had to set out to prove that it wasn ' t a fluke. Led by Senior Brian Albers and Junior Pat Weiss, this year ' s team won the title a second year in a row, only the second time ever won by the APHS team. Strong depth in their runners with all 5 of their top runners placing in the top 10 in the De Pere City Meet, helped the team win 3 ana place an almost consistent second the re¬ maining 9 meets. Backing up the captains Albers and Weiss were var¬ sity runners, Pete Schumacher-Ju¬ nior, Scott Newman-Junior, Matt Baugnet-Sophomore, Kevin Cope¬ land-Senior, and Spanish exchange student Juan Guajardo. The team also placed 5th in the state meet with such excellent fin¬ ishes as Pat Weiss placed 4th in State with a time of 16:27, Brian Albers in 11th with a time of 16:54, and Pete Schumacher in 24th with a time of 17:09. Losing Seniors Brian Albers and Ke¬ vin Copeland, returning members Weiss, Schumacher, Newman, and Baugnet hope to improve even fur¬ ther on the team ' s past success. Brian Albers, Matt Baugnet, Pete Schumacher, Kevin Rankin. Row 2: Coach Bob LaViolette. Pat Weiss. Kevin Copeland, Jeff Neitzel, Juan Guajardo, Scott Newman. 1 Co-captain Brian Albers makes his way to the front. 2. A quality Pennings Team off from the start. 94 CROSS-COUNTRY ‘■M; ' ■y.-.-.o. ; r : »; TEAM MEMBERS 1. 1 runner Pat Weiss finished 4th in State with a time of 16:27. 2. 2 runner Brian Albers had consistent top finishes win¬ ning him a place on the FVCC ' s 1st team All-Confer¬ ence. 3. Hard work paid off for Pete Schumacher qualifying him for a 2nd team All-Conference. 4. Pennings ' number 4 runner, Scott Newman, on his way to an 8th place finish in the DePere City Meet. 5. Sophomore Matt Baugnet made a strong showing for his first year on the team. 6. Senior Kevin Copeland returned to the team after a year ' s absence to pace the Squires. 7. JV runner, Kevin Rankin, fights to the finish. 8. Sophomore, Jeff Neitzel, made good finishes in JV Meets. 9. Number 109, Juan Guajardo, begins to pass another runner. ftp® n __ •Jr V 4 V- CROSS-COUNTRY 95 The Squire ' s Varsity Basketball team came into the season with high hopes. They set their sights on the con¬ ference championship and a trip to state. These were reason¬ able goals for the multi-talented Squires, but for some reason or another, they never quite put it all togeth¬ er. Even with the disap¬ pointment of not ac¬ complishing their goals, the Squires still had a commendable season and a very good t6-7 record. Congratulations go out to Kevin Rankin, Pennings ' 6 foot 9 sophomore phenom¬ enon, who made first team ail-conference and to senior co-cap- tain Brian Geurts who was honorable men¬ tion all-FVCC. The Squires were led by these two and co¬ captain Rob Guyette who provided tough defense, heady of¬ fense, and very good leadership. The season was one of ups and downs with the Squires capable of winning or losing to al¬ most anyone on any given night. They played well heading into the tournament and had a good lead against Xavier until they hit an It minute cold spell which ended the Squires ' season prematurely. After¬ wards, Coach LaVio- lette said, " Overall, it was a good year. We didn ' t achieve our main goals of winning the conference and going to state, but I think we have good talent coming back ... and I see no reason why we can ' t accom¬ plish these goals next year. " Coach Van Deurzen, Kevin Copeland, Joel Boulanger, Pat Conlon, Todd Gulseth, John Grant, Rob Guyette, Matt Lieb. Row 2: Coach Bob LaViolette, Fritz Hoeft, Andy Conard, Kevin Rankin, Brian Geurts, Mike Biahnik, Pete Opichka, Mike Hartmann. Rankin powers one in. Conard at the charity stripe. Guyette emerged from a tunnel of green. Hartmann walking tall. 96 BASKETBALL BASKETBALL iJgHgS i i .j . i Hn w W i n «Wx-v:vx ICftiMl ■ : :■ : ' ■•: ■ o::« .■:■,■ ■ gyi::::;:;; j: I • ••■ ASKETi VARSITY ALL JUNIOR i 98 BASKETBALL This year ' s Junior Basketball team brought a lot of excitement to the people that saw them play. The JV ' s ended up with a 11-8 record. They started off fhe season 8-3, but lost five of the last eight games. Injuries and player numbers hurt the team from the beginning. The team held together and gave all they had to come in second in the FVCC conference. The leader scorers on the team were Greg Cornetfe, Joe Herzog. Geoff Bonk and Joe Sullivan were also valuable starters. Mr. Cotter and Mr. Crooks helped the team throughout the season and did a fine coaching job. This year ' s team showed signs of greatness that will help APHS bas¬ ketball in the future. — Geoff Bonk Coach Crooks, Tom Benkowski, Geoff Bonk, Gary Diny, Kurt Aissen, Greg Cornette, Chris Dimmer, Joe Herzog, Joe Sullivan, Jamie Kraft, Coach Cotter. 1. 2 . 3. Captain Tom shoots free throws. The bench cheers on. Cornette posts up. FRESHMEN , The Freshman Basketball team went 5-t6 this year. Coaches Vandermause and Ambroisus were a big help in progressing this year ' s team skills. Highlights of the year were coming in third place in the Roncalli Tournament and taking second place in the Roncalli free throw tourna¬ ment. Outstanding players were: Chris Pahl, Andy McDonough, Dave Koehler, Paul Vercau- teren, and Chuckie. . W B David Bums, Sam Brooker, Jon Schauder, Brian Copeland, Matt Gal¬ lagher, Trent Willihnganz, Andy McDonough. Row 2: Chris Pahl, Paul Vercauteren, Eric Ruys, Andy Leiterman, David Koehler. ' wffm. ••: Vi ' mm | J . i 1 Tm i . i; : i» ■ ■ w ' ' .™ ■ j, ii h ' iii h - 1. Sink it, Sammy, sink it! 2. Drill practice. 3. Wake up, Kurt. BASKETBALL 99 TENNIS A Year Of Controversy The 1988 tennis season was one of conflict and controversy. As de¬ fending WISAA State Champions, the season should have been excit¬ ing; however, an early controversy over the number one position led to distraction throughout the season, taking its greatest toll at the State Championship Matches where the Squires tied for Second Place. Unfortunately, the controversy over-shadowed the many victories of the Squire team. Pennings won the FVCC title undefeated through¬ out the season in conference matches. At State, Scott Colby took second in number two singles and Dean Delasanta and Matt Baugnet took second in number one doubles. § ...» $ m , : ♦ m . r ■ i:. JftfV .. , v ¥ ' f : . - % . r - . .; a. ■ n " : ; ' ... ■ ■ . .■ 1 ' WMijf U - - I c- ... W- : : : s :: W 5 K: ? ■ ' t? . ■ •-••• •••v- :3 ‘ : r_ I . . i II PPPP TENNIS 1 VARSITY: Dean Delasanta, Matt Baugnet, Andy Lulloff, Dale Voeks, Scott Colby, Pete Schumacher, Dave Horak, Dave McMonagle. 2. Scott Colby 3. Dean Delasanta 4. Dale Voeks 5. Andy Lulloff 6. Matt Baugnet 7. Dave Horak 8. Dave McMonagle 9 . Pete Schumacher 10. JUNIOR VARSITY: Coach Ray Calaguan, Andy Van Remortel, John Song, Mike Dockry, Dave Horak, Fritz Hoeft, Rob Guyette, Kevin Samuels, Sam Brooker. 11. Fritz Hoeft 12. Mike Dockry and John Song 13. Rob Guyette 14. Kevin Samuels 15. Andy Van Remortel TENNIS 101 mm m The track team was small in numbers but large in heart. It was a great learn¬ ing experience for the young and inex¬ perienced team, and for the first year coaching staff of Mr. Vandermause, Mr. Ambrosius, and Mr. Campbell. Considering the small numbers, the Squires had a very successful season. Highlights of the season were a sixth place finish and beating Premontre in the conference indoor meet, a sec¬ ond place finish in the Gillett triangular, a strong third against state public school powers Neenah and Nicolet, and a thirteenth place at State. Individually, the Squire ' s distance runners, Pat Weiss, Brian Albers, Dave Jarock, stood out the most. Pat Weiss had a great season winning many times in 3200 and 1600 runs. Weiss also qualified for State in the 1600. Dave Jarock qualified for State in the 800 run, finishing fourth at the conference meet and county meet. Kevin Cope¬ land had a team high of six feet in the high jump, this also included many vic¬ tories and a top 10 finish a : State. Dave Parish qualified for State in both the 400 and 200. The Squire ' s most im¬ pressive runner was John Schneider, who placed fifth at State in the 100. The highlight of the season was the seventh place finish at State by the 1600 relay team, that consisted of Par¬ ish, Copeland, Weiss, and Jarock. They set a new school record and bettered their own best time by eight seconds with 3:33.6. — Kevin Copeland ® f-: 1 I ■ ; ' • ■ .. A A f , r I m. % mw ri- --■ .-t:- • ... W l JjSv. A..f ■ % M r j t ' ■feii m i mm 1 ■■ 18 f ,v m w M ■ • • ; X « V X p: i ■■ 1 ■ m 1 i T 1 X ' f- T % im : Ws v:: E act : ' •••• . Kurt Weiting, Brian Albers, Mike DeTampel, Scott Newman, Scott Fergus, Brad Delahaut, Brian Merline, Scott Fergus, Brad Delahaut, Brian Merlin©, Je= f Foote, Rick Mande, Brian Waters, Row 2; Jeff Mommaerts, Jon Elfner, Pat Weiss, Jeff Konop, Jay Schuh, David Parish, Kevin Copeland, Dave Jarock, Cale Martel!, Chrisj Dimmer. TRACK 1. Long jumper Brian Meriine 2. Distance runner Pat Weiss 3. Jeff Mommaerts lands on his feet? 4. Discus man Jeff Konop 5. Jon Elfner and Eric Liebergen 6. Distance runner Scott Newman. 7. Scott Fergus 8. Dave Jarock 9. Coach Vandermause 10. Jeff Mommaerts 11. Jay Schuh 12. Brad Delahaut 13. Concentration. David Parish 14. Hurdler Jeff Foote 15. High jumper Kevin Copeland 16. Kurt Waiting and Brian Waters. TRACK 103 ASEBALL The third Squire year baseball program was one of ups and downs. With a young team and an inexperienced coaching staff, the Squires finished with a respectable 6-11 season. The highlight of the year was getting to Regional Finals. All-Conference honors went to Craig Gregozeski who was named to the First Team; Robb DeRuyter and Dan Winske were both given honorable mention. The Junior Varsity baseball team had a tough year. Small in number but high in spirit, the young team gained playing experience for the up¬ coming season. valuable f ' -Ov v ; v ,v vi y.mE .. ..__ ,;. .vJ.’JwX. ■ ■ ■ . mm r ■:: i ’ j ' ’ Q u«v A. 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Mtafe. w. ,k» , ■ ‘V a. . __ ■ ’• ' ’’■ •; j • •.-.-.-.visas ms-. 4 PC- 4 !-., fa . ■... vlvvC fc ' . . Si: w rnm . : ,v • t ... -,;V,..;i ;,-. - " . ' t .- m - ' - rm ; •. : Si :• • ' ■.■;•: :•:•■.■ if:- ' - . • ; i : ■: c • ■ m ••■ ■ :•:::.. . • • ,■,•,• • •. • -.v: ' llllili illlli! . »!. m • ' 104 BASEBALL Varsity Baseball: Dan Winske, Jim Fitzpatrick, Brian Paul, Dan Winske, John Grant, Robb DeRuyter, Jim Bukowski, Tom Benkowski, Brannon Guyette, Rick Vande Hei. Row 2: Coach Wes Naze, Coach John Whitehouse, Jarett Luther, Craig Gregozeski, Jesse Delorit, Jim Neitzel, Andy Conard, Terry Cornelissen, Kjell Olson, Brian Snyder, John Jonas. ■■■ 4 ■••• «R ■ ■ y.- • : : • : • Wi-.Vf iVv.-I 1 St iun$4 1 Jirr i Neitzel and Tom Benkowski 2. Andy Conard defends first base. 3. Tom Benkowski 4. Pitcher Robb De Ruyter 5. Terry Cornelissen 6. Craig Gregozeski 7. Aaron Delorit at bat 8. J,V, pitcher Keith Kutcha 9. Marterer slides to safety J.V. BASEBALL: Jeff Bonk, Troy Paul, Aaron Delorit, Brian Copeland, Jeff Neitzel, Damien Massart, Brad Collard, Dan Malone. Row 2: Coach Mike Crooks, Bob Fitzpatrick, Aaron Marterer, Aaron Popkey, Mark Granius, Keith Kuchta, Kevin Sullivan, Coach Mike LeClair. BASEBALL 105 INTRAMURALS The intramural sports were a great success this year. This year, we had bowling, racquet- ball, and basketball. The class officers, Rob Guyette and Fritz Hoeft were in charge of the basketball program. The Returnables were the champions. Bowling, headed by Mr. Oettinger, was also very successful. This year, the cham¬ pions were the D.C. Eagles II. Racquetball, at Western Racquet, was an enjoyable time for everyone. Mrs. Turba was in charge of the program, and was also one of the finalists in the singles tournament along with Joe Kie- dinger. Intramurals were excellent this year. All the leaders agree that it was an excellent chance for students to enjoy themselves in school ac¬ tivities and I believe they all did. 1 Kjell Olsen watches John Wahr ' s powerful shot. 2. Joe Kiedinger, giving it his all. 3. Ed Funk hits the floor while the opponent gets the point, 4. Craig Darling, showing great bowling form. 106 INTRAMURALS 111® :: BSfS ,ws : :: . mmm mm wm - • " " • T " ' .:; Sss® |K«i« i. •• !... . ; £ ££ i-hfw+yys v W Sf i 1 Look out! Here comes Jon Kiley. 2. Amir Zadeh, blowing on the ball to make it go faster. 3. A happy Mr. Tessner keeping score. 4. Aaron Popkey ' s shot is knocked way off target by Jon Cornelissen. 5. John Jonas at the line. 6. Xerothermic Yellow Shafted Flickers Battle IROS. 7. Ed Funk with the tough defense. INTRAMURALS 107 rS-Av r,», • ‘-nfi 1 5 i r | fe •ii: | 1 rfP;- X ■i.-i-B-fiiS ' ■■ r-v‘3fcv wM ■ : r f ' " ,i§? i: -■ : : : j §J|| liiri 1 . 2 . 3. 4. 5. 6 . 7. 8 . 9. 10 . 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He ' ll bring his charms to gladden you, And should his stay be brief, You ' ll have his lovely memories As solace for your grief. " " I cannot promise he will stay, Since all from earth return, But there are lessons taught down there I want this child to learn. I ' ve looked this wide world over In search for teachers true, And from the throngs that crowd life ' s lanes, I have selected you; Now will you give him all your love. Not think the labor vain. Nor hate Me when I come to call And take him back again? " I fancied that I heard them say, " Dear Lord, Thy will be done; For all the joy Thy child shall bring. The risk of grief we ' ll run. We ' ll shelter him with tenderness, We ' ll love him while we may. And for the happiness we ' ve known Forever grateful stay. And should the angels call for him Much sooner than we planned. We ' ll brave the bitter grief that comes. And try to understand. " (Author Unknown) 125 The Argos staff would like to thank NBC. 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