Amityville Memorial High School - Warrior Yearbook (Amityville, NY)
- Class of 1976
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The 1976 WARRIOR is finished and in your hands. The staff hopes that you will enjoy the finished product.
Throughout this year of working we have laughed, fought and struggled to pull this book together. There has always been one
staff member around to cheer up another when worrying about layouts, photographs, and deadlines.
I would like to thank everyone who contributed. Some of those people were Lorraine Callaghan, Joan Dunn, Alison Brooks,
Peter Brockhoff, Tomas Calma, ,lane Ann Bean, Linda Durbin, Michelle Caridi, Kathy Dann, Susan Ewers, Barbara Parsons, Roni
Pepkin, Sue Swartwout, Warren Schob, Cathy Smith, Bebe Scordamaglia, ,lane Zimmermann, George Wright, Maureen Doerner,
John Ianno, Frank Chiufetelli, April Holzmacher, Billy Rossiter, Sally Pemberton, Ricky Lloyd, Larry Bellinger, Wayne Walsh,
and Bob Cusick. I am sure there were others also and to them I also say thanks.
The staff of this year's WARRIOR would like to express a special thank you to our advisor, Miss Elizabeth Berning, who
throughout the year put up with every means of torture we could devise - extended deadlines, incapable photographers, and
boredom, but she has always kept smiling lmost of the timelj. She was the type of person who put all she had into making this
book a success.
Thank You very much.
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On a chilly, sunny November 15th, our annual Home-
coming was held. The theme for Homecoming this year!
was our American Bicentennial and each float and costume
captured the real spirit of 1776.
The Seniors, Hoat entitled "Time Marches On" won the
award for best Hoat, but the others were close behind.
Homecoming Queen, Carolyn Turner, and her attend-
ants Beatrice Scordamaglia, Nina Howell, Ellen Urevich,
and Deborah Levy, were thrilled and as beautiful as ever.
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS
In January of 1975, Amityville became the home of the Rotary exchange student Ronaldo
Andrade. Originally from Diuinoplis, Brazil, Ronaldo had a great problem to overcome - the
language barrier. No one in AMHS knew Portuguese, but luckily Ronaldo understood Spanish.
With the aid of Mrs. Davis and many students of AMHS, Ronaldo was soon on his way to
understanding the English language.
July of the same year brought another exchange student - Wayne Walsh. Wayne is from New
Zealand and is part of the American Field Service QAFSJ. His host family is the O'Neill Family.
At this year's pep rally, AMHS students were greatly surprised to find that we had an
international soccer team! Both Ronaldo and Wayne were members of the team.
Time Hew quickly and December was soon upon us. Ronaldo's visit to America was coming to
an end. The Rotary Club gave a luncheon in honor of Ronaldo and on December 27th, Ronaldo
was bound for Brazil.
Wayne Walsh is Amityvi.lle's first AFS student in quite a few years. Wayne is a tall, slender
young man from Timaru, New Zealand, with a sparkling personality, who has managed to find
time to meet and do something with almost everyone. Wayne is not only interested in social
activities, but also sports and extra curricular programs. Early in the year, Wayne, a rugby
player in New Zealand, was a member of Amityville's winning soccer team, and then in the
spring he joined Amityville's tennis team.
Besides sports, Wayne has taken a real interest in our school. He is sports Editor of the
Warrior, a member of Human Relations - AFS Club, K.E.Y. Club, ski club, and played a
leading role in the drama club's production of the Pigman.
Wayne will be leaving Amityville in early July but during his stay he has given many of us
fond memories, that will stay with us always.
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Deputy Superintendent of Schools -
Mr. R. Mitchell
Assistant Superintendent for
Instruction - Mr. M. Bordon
Director of Athletics - Mr. W. Dil-ecggr of Music - Ml-A AA
Superintendent of Schools S Mr. N. Ober
Administrative Assistant to the
Superintendent - Mr. D. Whalen
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Coordinator of School
King La-ngstaff W4G1iCk Community Relations - Mr. R.
Board of ducation
Mrs. O. Bean - Trustee Mr. Budd - Trustee MTS, Falkenbagh - Clerk Mr, First .. Trustee ML Green - Trustee
MI- 0'NffU1 - Treasurer MT- 5ChW'Hf'l - First Vice Mr. Stiansen - President Mr. Stratton - Second Vice Mr. VanN0ma-nd , Attorney
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Mr. A. Caiigiuri Mr. J, Cuiffre
Mr. F. Amore, Chairman, Industrial Arts
Mr. J. Bass, Business
Miss E. Berning, Mathematics
Mrs. S. Bradlee, Foreign Language
Miss S. Brubaker, Physical Education
Mr. W. Caffrey, English
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Miss P. Burns, Physical Education ' " in
Mr, H. Carpenter, Health and Drivers Education
Mrs. N. Colon, Nurse Mr. E. Decker, English
A Mrs. M. Dember, Health
Mrs. J. Deevy, Home Economics, Chairman
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Mr. F. DiNardo, Chairman, Science
Mr. K. Doran, Chairman, Social Studies Mr. J. Dowd, Social Studies
Mr. R. English, Mathematics
Mr. R. Forman, Social Studies
Mrs. B. Friedman, Librarian
Miss E. Fay, Music
Mrs. E. Foster, Business
Mrs. L. Freidman, Foreign Language, Chairman
Mr. T. Galli, Social Studies
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Mr. F. Iaccio. Social Studies
Mr. M. Giordano, Science
Mrs. L. Jerome, Home Economics
Mr. F. Keker, English
Mr. J. Kastendieck, Guidance
Mr. L. Kelson, Guidance
Mrs. It Kenny, Business Mr. B. Kurland, Social Studies
Mrs. S. Amato, Art
Mr. J. LaBarr, English
Mr. N. Maisel, Social Studies
Mr, J. LaManna, Music
Mr. W. Marino, Science Mrs. T. Marty, English
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Mr. A. Meola, Mathematics
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Mrs. A. Norris, Science
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Mr. M. Pegler, Mathematics
Mr. G. Peddle, Foreign Language and English
Mr. S. Piller, English Mrs. T. Ramseur, Guidance
Mr. R. Robb, Chairman Guidance
Mr. M. Region, Science
Mrs. C. Rosenberg, Business
Mr. W. Ryan, English Mrs. C. Sachs, Art
Mr. K. Schwartzman, Music
Mr. J. Schmitt, Physical Education
Mrs. D. Simons Home Economics
Mrs. K. Simon, Foreign Language
Mr. G. Skillcn, Special Education Mr. W. Sommerville, Industrial Arts
Mr. M. Taffet, Mathematics
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Mr. R. Tezak, English
Mrs. D. Waclawski, English
Mr. G. Tredwell, DOE
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Mrs. S. Williams, Foreign Language
Mrs. J. Alloso Mrs. Amore
Mrs. E. DeMarco
Mrs. J. Siliato Mrs. J. Steinmuller
Mrs. C. DeBono
Mrs. V. Petri
Mrs. C. Wanser
C US TODIAL STAFF
Mrs. Love - Aide
Mrs. Craig - Cafeteria
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Huber, Mr. Cochran, Mr. Howard, Mr. David, Mr
Mrs. McLain - Aide
Mrs. Oliveri - Cafeteria Mrs. Terrell - Cafeteria Mrs. Ludemaun - Cafewria
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Clubs and Activmes
The Student Government From left: Mr. T. Calli, C. McKinney, A. Brooks, C. Smith, G. 0'Reilly, S.
Swartwout, J. Caples, L. Ziegenfelder, N. Kretz, J. Zimmerman, P. Vanek, A. Holzmacher, M. Caridi,
and B. Parsons.
The members of the Edward Recd Gage Cha
The National Honor Society
A. Brooks V. Thomas
A. Blackwell R. Wright
J. Bean R. Zahnleuter
J. Bonaventura J. Zimmerman
L. Callaghan M. Barba
T. Calma C. Bean
D. Carpenter T. Bean
R. Conwell R. Blaustein
K. Daley M. Doerner
A. Delgado L. Durbin
J. Dunn R. Ebner
S. Ewers S, Hertz
J. Grant L jones
M. Gregory T. Kelly
W. Hardie N. Kretz
A. Holzmacher C. McAllan
M. Jaffe G. O'Reilly
V. Kass M. Richman
D. Kleeger B. Robinson
C. Lack P. Schmitt
C. McKinney M. Tannenbaum
B. Parsons E. Urevich
R. Pepkin R. Vitarelle
R. Romeo S. Vitolano
S. Swartwout K. Yukulski
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The Student Government, under the direction of
Mr. Thomas Galli, president Jane Zimmermann, Vice
president - Lisa Ziegenfelder, Secretary Michele
Caridi, and Treasurer - Cathy Smith, started the
year off with the annual spirit week. This marked
the beginning of the fall sports program. A prize of
3525 was given to the Senior Class for showing the
most spirit. Spectator buses to away football games,
and the sale of GO cards were organized by the
Student Government. Another project of the Govern-
ment was the annual homecoming parade and the
Homecoming Queen. The Seniors again ralleyed and
won the best float while Carolyn Turner was
crowned Queen. On Teachers Recognization Day we
gave the deserving teachers carnations to show our
appreciation. Some of the goals of the government
include the existance of an activities calendar and
the clean-up of the school area.
This year, the Edward Reed Gage chapter of
the National Honor Society, advised by Mr. J.
LaBarr, has continued raising funds which it
plans to donate to a worthy charity. It sponsored
a successful cake sale in the fall, and a car wash
in the spring. A scholarship fund was established
for one Honor Society member. During the holi-
day season, we entered the school's window deco-
rating competition and won the 3525 first prize for
their artistic display at Korey Pontiac.
Tom Calma and April Holzmacher were nomi-
nated for scholarship competition among the hon-
or societies throughout the country.
The '75-'76 officers were Richard Wright -
Presidentg Jane Zimmermann - Vice President,
Jane Ann Bean - Treasurer and April Holzma-
cher - Secretary.
Hall of Fame
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Jane Anne Bean
Allison Brooks and Maureen Doerner
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Row 1: Left to Right: H. Thomas, M. Tannenbaum, D. McGarven, M. Coleman, C. Doherty, F. Chiuffetelli, J. Lockwood, P.
Montelione Row 2: R. Gregory, M. Riscoe, F. Seaman, B. Robinson, K. Norris, P. Spitzform, R. Blaustein, W. Walsh, J.
Draghi, .l. Bloom, L. Decker, R. Montelione, A. Jackson, C. Rios, Mrs. Dember, Mr. Ryan, S. Vitilano
Under the double guidance of Mr. toh, he's so nicej Ryan and Mrs. lshe's married tool Dember, the ECHO set off for a year
of double effort, double production and double fun.
September, and all hands were on deck as we went to work. Knyvette worked the fastest of course, but then again she had
an electric linger-pecker so she should've worked the fastest.
Howard, the man in charge of everything, kept popping in and out and out and out - keeping his eye on things so that they
went right, leaving his other eye free for things that were going wrong. And under him, naturally enough, were his three
assistants Chure-ting Pete was always around as a second overseer, writing a little bit here and there, talking a lot here and
there, writing here, talking there, talking here, writing there - man he was everywhere.. And Mona, good old Mona, always
living up to her name when we were headed a little off courseg while our 3rd 2nd tin-charge-manl Mike kept the funnies rolling
in - eat your heart out Schulz! '
But then there were more. Fast talkin' fast wal.kin', fast movin' Steve, our production man, just kept on layin' them out. And
not far from him was that weird kid from New Zealand with his even weirder ideas. And if you happened by chance to look up
towards the heavens in despair and saw the lens of a camera staring back down at you, no need to worry that was just our
photoman Phrank who had a habit of Hashing in the strangest places. Meanwhile Arnold sat loyally at the desk, dictionary in
hand, and ruler in the other, to rap us across the knuckles if we erred in our English.
And of course we had our fair share of beauties too. Lynn, Knyvette and Pauline to mention a few . . . Mitch and Rich to
mention a few more. The latter two had no definitely particular part in particular, but nevertheless they managed to put their
particularly definite talents to work all over the place, being definitely particular not to cause too much damage with their
particularly infinite remarks and writings.
But don't forget our page-four men, Paulo, Johnny, and Joshy. If they weren't in the ofhce they were out making the sports
scene. But as you might have guessed, they had an ulterior motive: for not a penny did they pay, when it came for Amity to
So that was us for '76. And even if a paper wasn't in production at the time, you'd still find some of us in the office. For we
were a dedicated bunch of workers we were. To us our newspaper was not merely a piece of paper with print on it, but it was a
reflection of ourselves and our school. 76 was a vintage year for us, a year of joy, desperation, hope, and despair: a year that
will ECHO in our minds forever . . .
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE - HUMAN
The Human Relations - American Field Service Club began with what seemed to be a slow year, but ended up
moving faster than ever expected. Much of the new interest was credited to the addition of American Field Service.
In November, much time was spent on preparations for our American Field Service Weekend here at Amityville.
The weekend took place in March with students from many different lands spending the weekend here and
exchanging ideas with our students on Friday.
In the spring the club members presented a play which was written, planned and produced by the members of the
club. It was based on Peanuts.
The members of the club wish to express deep gratitude to their advisors Mrs. T. Ramseur and Mr. E. McDaniels
for their unending days of service.
Row 1: Left to Right: Mr. McDaniels, J. Zimmerman, C. Smith, I. Bayon, D. Budd, B. Scordamaglia, L. Ziegenfelder, R.
Gregory, Mrs. Ramseur. Row 2: C. McKinney, T. Bean, C. Bean, M. Riscoe, R. Pepkin, K. Norris, R. Sullivan, L. Alcala,
M. Stewart Row 3: H. Thomas, I. Jamison, J. Bean, A. Brooks, F. Seaman, S. Vitilano, R. Blaustein.
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The members ofthe Stage Band are
S. Robinson M. O'Neill
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K. Reed .l. Brous
W. Cusick F. Horan
J. Kegel R. Ippoloto
P. Spitzform B. Miller
L. Bellinger J. Mallard
M. Richman R. Riscoe
P. Willenbrock J. Murphy
P. Schmitt C.. osienag
M. Caballero R. Sullivan
C. Austin R. Gregory
O. Brooks W. Scholl
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The Amityville Twirlers, under the leadership of Captain Jane
Ann Bean and co-captain Terry Kregel completed a fulfilling year of
much excitement and accomplishment.
Row l, Left to Right: V. Richards, D. Washington, L. Owens, M. Duffy
Row 2: S. Thomas, P. Faison, L. Alves. R. Albright, M. Brookins Row
3: J. Norris, N. McFarland, C. Bean, A. Gardner-Bey, P. Bush Row 4: B.
Eddy. V. Woodbury, J. Johnson, D. Trollinger, C, Gardner, L. Allen
When the year began we had much work to be attained but to
our amazement we showed a great deal of improvement both
individually and as a team.
At this time we wish to thank our advisors Miss F. DeKranes and
Mrs. Nemzack for a year of unceasing dedication.
Row 1, Left to Right: Mr. Caffery, R. Raff Row 2: W. Walsh, P. Montelione, C. Giordano ROW 32 L- D9Ck9l', .l- Bayou, D- Budd, .l- HOUSTON- V- Thomas
L. Callaghan, P. Vanek
The A,M.H.S. Drama Club showed us their finest this year with their production of Paul Zindel's "The Pigmanf' adapted
to the stage by F. Andrew Leslie-and Wayne Walsh.
After two months of rehearsal we saw many great performances and many great moments of a totally absorbing show. The
three title roles were played marvelously by Wayne Walsh, Maureen Doerner, and Paul Monteliaone supported by Lynn
Decker, Jackie Bayon, Herb Nelson, Mike O'Neill, Don Denzler, Chres Brenner, Carol Crosby, Virginia Thomas, Pauline
Catsaros, Barbra End, Patty Vaneck, Ginky O'Reilly and Glenn Bozza.
Behind the scene production was marvelous also with the aid of Production Manager Bob Raff, Lighting by Allen Budde
and Bob Raff, Makeup by Mrs. Marty, Tickets by John Mask, Set Decoration by Cinky O'Reilly and Set Design by Mr.
A very specil hand must go to Mr. William Caffrey for his Fine direction of this play.
Row 1, Left to Right: D. McElroy, D. Ortiz, A. Pierce, C. Rosenberg, D. Sawyer, S. Miller, W. Etheride. Row 2: M. Brookins,
D, Jaworski, I. Bryant, Mrs. Friedman, C. Lathan, L. Callaghan, Mrs. DeMaro, L. Durbin, C. Falkowski, A. Carswell, S.
ASTBO OMY CL B
From Left: I. Jamison, D. Gerdjikian, F. Seaman, P. Spitzform, C. Canarossi, J. Draghi, Mr. Meola
The Astronomy Club was
formed with a two-fold purpose.
First to become familiar with the
basic theories and concepts of the
subject through discussions, lec-
tures, and readings. Secondly, to
develop an understanding of the
use and operation of the different
types of telescopes.
Viewing sessions are held eve-
nings on the first and third
Wednesdays of the month. Gener-
al meetings are held on the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesdays each
month under the able guidance of
Mr. A. Meola.
Row 1, Left to Right: P. Schmitt, I. Kregel, Row 2: T. Kregel, Swartwout, C. McAllen, S. Pemberton, J. Zimmermann, C.
Angljm, E. Urevich, A. Garrett, Row 3: R. Ober, R. Zahnleuter, J. Hopper, G. Schorr, W. Walsh, B. Ford, B. End, M. O'Neill,
T. Calma, Row 4-1 I. Chadwick, G. Wheeler, D. Budd, J. Caples, C. Smith, N. David, B. End, J. Durbin, D. Hammell
KEY CL B
Row 1, Left to Right: B. Parsons, N. Kretz, A. Brooks, S. Swartwout, J. Bean, J. Bayou, J. Zimmermann, C. Smith
Row 2: P. Daley, J. Bean, R. Ebner, R. Williams, A. Powell, P. Willenbrook, B. O'Donovan, W. Walsh Row 3: W
Hardie, K. Daley, R. Conwell, A. Holzmacher
Row 1, Left to Right: l. Jamison, A. Brooks, A. Holzmacher, S. Swartwout, Mr. Meola Row 2: A,
Jackson, L. Holzmacher, G. Holzmacher
The Seekers Club was formed to study the
Bible and apply its teachings to the ethical and
moral situations encountered in everyday liv-
ing. Specific books of the Bible have been
studied. In addition, the Biblical viewpoint
toward abortion was investigated and Creation
as an alternative to the theory of Evolution has
been studied. This group is under the able
leadership of Mr. A. Meola.
This year the Art Club under the
guidance of Mrs. Amato, participated in
many exciting activities. Among the
things were leatherwork and candle-
making. The club painted a store front
window in town during the holiday sea-
Row l, Left to Right: A. Jones, A. Dastis, J. Dunn, M. Doerner
Row 1, Left to Right: B. Rossiter, D. Gerdjikian, D. Cerdjikian, B. Liers, K. Holloman. P. Blanchett,
Row 1, Left lo Right: Mr. Kurland, R. Bray, C. Claytor, R. Williams, K. Wood, L, Nixon
From Left: Mrs. Rosenberg, M. D'Aquila.r, D. White, C. Corgoni, C, Hunter, A. Blackwell, A. Early, J.
Bryant, Mrs. Kenney
QM, L. EXPRESSIONS
"" f The Art and Literary magazine, "Ex-
pressionsv is edited by Jane Bean,
James Decker, Joan Dunn, Iris Jamison,
Fran Ward under the supervision of
Mrs. Sachs and Mrs. Waclawski. The
magazine contains creative and imagina-
tive works of our students. last year
"Expressions" won a Columbia Scholas-
tic Press Association Award and we
hope to maintain the same high stand-
ards this year.
From Left: F. Ward, M.rs. Waclawski, J. Dunn, J. Bean, I. Jamison, Mrs. Sachs Missing from the picture
From! Left: J. Bean, L. Bellinger, J. Dunn, F. Ward, A. Early, B. Brosseau, W. Rossiter, R. Ragusa, I.
Jamison, P. Davidson, R. Wright, M. Doerner
LO E PO DS FAST
The Lose Pounds Fast Club was organized this year
by Mrs. Simons of the Home Ec Department. The goals
of this club were to act as a self-help group for any
student who wishes to lose weight. Students were
encouraged to set their own weight loss goal, and
through diet and enthusiastic support of other club
members, to reach the goal they set.
From Left: T. Nicholson, K. McKinney, B. Mclnnis, M. Yancey
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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Row 1, Left to Right: V. Robinson, B. Scordamaglia, Row 2: C. Crosby, K. Doherty, L. Holdoff, Row 3: M.
Dastis, Row 4: C. Brenner, C. Keelan, L. Goodlin
Varsity Cheerleaders Row 1: P. Davidson, Row 2: P. Vanek, C. Turner, D. Goodlin, K. Dann, N. Schmid, Row 3: B. Scordamaglia, B.
End, C. Burnett, Row 41: K. Yaskulski
On the left page you see the cheerleaders as we were during the Fall
season. The Varsity was captined by Carolyn Turner and the JV by Linda
Below you see us as we were during the Winter season. The JV was
captained in turn by Chris Brenner, Carol Crosby, and Clare Keelan. The
change of captain indicated the movement of the girls from JV to the
All in all it was an interesting season, which was filled with mixed
emotions for many but excitement for all. This year's squad would like to
thank their coach Miss E. Berning.
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Row 1, left to Right: C. Keelan, B. Scordamaglia, Row
2: C. Doherty, S. Crocker, Row 3: N. Schmid, V. Fields, Row 4-: K. Doherty, Row 5:
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Montelione, M. Miller, D. Berger, J. Cheviot, T. Cheviot, Row 3: K. Young, A. Pemberton, R. Kane, D.
Pescitelli, T. Malabo, W. Hooper
The 1975 Amityville Baseball team was acclaimed by many to be the greatest team in Amityville history. They complied a
record of 24 wins and 5 losses - the best win-loss record for baseball in Amityville history.
The team featured several exciting players. Kenny Young, who was League V's most valuable player, all-league, all-county, and
drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies would lead off the game with a single. Rich Kane, who was all-league material, would then
knock Kenny to third with a single lthat is if Kenny didnit already steal 2nd and 3rd with his great speedj And then to put the
icing on the cake, Dale Pescitelli, another all-league al.l-county player, would clear the bases.
However it is the coaches who really made the team materialize and our thanks to Mr. Eastman, Mr. Carpenter, and Mr. King.
Varsity coach King was very pleased with the performance of each and ev ry member of his team, and proud to see them in the
Row 1, Left to Right: R. Monahan, M. Freitas. R.
Montelione, M. Richman, L. Scalise, J. Martens,
G. Mason, Row 2: R. Volitnn, M. Baskind, D.
Denzler, R. Pedretti, K. Daley, L. Tommenelli, J.
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The Track Team had one of its most
successful seasons in several years. The
team was undefeated in its league meets,
and also won the league V championship
meet. During the season six school records
were broken. They were as follows:
100 yard dash - Mark Holmes Inter-
mediate hurdles - Greg Todd 1 mile
and 2 mile run - Reynolds
880 yd relay and 4-40 yd relay -
Mark Holmes, Greg Todd,
Voliton, Paul Smith
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hurdles - Pete R. Schmitt, Ken Bur-
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Holmes - League V Champ, Paul
Smith - 2nd in league, Ron Beverly - 4th
in league, Jim Hunt, 1 mile run - Rey-
nolds Hawkins - 2nd in league, Frank
Walton: 400 yd run - Donald Bartow -
League champ, Ken Sharrott - 4-th in
league, Robert Jones, Dennis Lambgmiitj-0
yd run - Jim Porr, Ray DeFreese - 4th
in league, Kevin Cannon, George Wright,
Robert Chichester, 330 Intermediate Hur-
dles - Greg Todd - Sth in league, Joe
Beaulieu, 220 yd Dash - Mark Holmes
League Champ, Paul Smith - 2nd in
league, Michael Voliton, Mark Crews: 2
mile run - Reynolds Hawkins - league
champ, Shot Put - Steve Robinson, Bob
Kretz, Dwayne Meadows - 5th in league:
Discus - Ed Thomas, Jim Beam, James
Mallard: Long Jump - Mark Jenkins,
Herb Benson, Triple Jump - Mike Sulli-
van, Rich Bartow, Pole Vault - Brian
O'Donovan - 3rd in league, Peter Gerdji-
kian - 4th in league, High Jump - Robert
Ebner, Robert Conwell.
The 880 yd relay team, Mark Holmes,
Gregg Todd, Mike Voliton, and Paul Smith
took first place in the Section XI County
meet and placed 2nd in the New York
State Meet. Paul Smith was 3rd in t.he 220
yd and Reynolds Hawkins 2nd in the 2
mile run in the county.
The tennis season began with high hopes of a winning record, but
the out come was a frustrating two w'ins - eight losses. This was
because of tough competition in our league. The bright points of the
season were the victories over Bayport High.
Star players on the team were singles starters Wayne Slack, Ivan
Ussach, Michael Tiller, and Andy Klein. Doubles players were Tom
Calma, Mitch Tannenbaum, Josh Bloom, Donna Lotts, Ralph lppo-
lito, John Draghi, Peter Spitzform, Glenn Slack and Ellen First.
Thanks to Coach Decker for his great coaching and guidance in
helping to develop our skills during the season.
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A GO Calma, Mr. Decker Row 3: .l. Bloom, J. Draghi, M. Tannenbaum
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The Softball team had plenty of determination but not
enough experience. Every girl put her full effort into her
playing practicing two hours daily to increase her abilities.
Although it wasn't a winning season our spirits were
always high and we are looking forward to next season.
Row 1, Left to Right: M. Barbato, C. Dunleavy, D. Contreas, C. Viterelle, C. Calma,
T. Nicholson, E. Smith Row 2: S. Harper, G. MCC-ehee, W. Etheridge, N. Schmid,
A. Burgess, R. Cotten, R. Sullivan, C. Payton, Miss Wheeler
Row l, Left to Right: T. Etheridge, C. Williams, D. Costa, B. Scordamaglia, C. Anglim.
C. Turner, C. Saladino, A. Blanchette, W. Etheridge Row 2: T. Nemley, L. Daniels, A.
Howard, P. Catsoras, D. Devine, J. Zimmermann, J. Rabinowitz, C. Brenner, Mrs.
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It was a year for the Varsity Soccer team, this season as Amityville made it to the playoffs for the first time in six years. The
team was ably coached by Mr. Ralph Forman.
The team was strong in both ability and spirit and the season was off the a great start. However, fate soon took over, and the
team began losing players to injuries. At one time the team was without five of its eleven starters. But luckily, the team had
considerable depth in its ranks and was able to carry on. By the end of league season the team was back to full strength, and
rallied to finish strongly.
The squad, with a 9-5-2 record for the season, finished third in their league - a notable achievement since they had moved up
from League V to League IV. On top of this, and apart from making the playoffs, in the second round the team drew l-l with the
eventual league winners, Kings Par, and beat second place Smithtown West 1-0.
The team was fortunate in having fine defensive men like Steve Robinson, Peter Schmitt, and Jim Kregel, and an outstanding
goalie, Keith Little. Steve Rem.bert worked extremely well for the team mid-Held, as did Rob Conwell and Tony Torres up-front.
The team directed its attack through its two wings Richie Williams and Wayne Walsh, however the squad lacked the high scoring
In the first round of the County Playoffs, Amity defeated Hauppauge in a very close struggle - the game was into its second
period of sudden death overtime and still tied a l-1, when Renaldo Andradel slammed the winner home in the nets. The second
game in the playoffs vs. Bellport proved to be just as intense. The score was 0-0 when the teams again went into sudden death
overtime. However this time the break went the other way. Bellport scored off a direct penalty kick and the game was over.
By vote of the team members, Peter Schmitt, Brian O'Donovan and Steve Robinson were elected the team captains. It was a
season of ups and downs but to place third in League lV, put five men on the All Star team, and to play in the county playoffs was
a great accomplishment.
Row 1: Left to Right: R. Conwell, J. Hauswirth, P. Maragh, R. Williams, B. Pescitelli Row 2: S.
Rembert, P. Willenbrock, P. Schmitt, B. O'Donovan, L. Mays
From Left: Team Captains - B. 0'Donovan, P. Schmitt
Smithtown West QOTJ
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John Glenn QOTH
e members of this Junior Varisty Soccer team were
The JV Soccer team, coached by Mr. Eastman, did not have a winning season
as it had hoped for, however many of the games were lost by very narrow
margins. The team lacked much experience, however the skills of the players
improved throughout the season, and several of the players will add good strength
to the varsity next year.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
Row I, Left to Right: A. Cosentino, D. Benyman, K. Neal, M. Rameriz, M. Ingenito, B, Cusick, B. Pescitelli, G. Catsaros, A. Ortiz, P. Fahey, D. Munch, R.
D'Alessio, M. Watkins, B, Cumberbatch Row 2: C. Marks, E. McGuinnws, S. Shields, W. Lamm, W. Maynard, M. Smith, J. DePass, P. Daley, B. Fullan, J.
Mixon, R. Jones, M. Boyle, J. Rhyner, P. Buchmann, K. Egan, W. Struble, K. Cannon, E. DiStasio
I Bayport 3
O Smithtown West 3,
0 John Glenn I
O Harhorfiyelds 2
O Sayville I
I Islip 2
0 Copiague 0
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0 Smithtown West 5
2 John Glenn 2
0 Harborfields I
0 Sayville I
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2 Copiague 0
Amity JV Football after getting off to a very slow
start came back to win the last three games of the
season. The highlight of the season was beating Elwood
Uohn Glennj the second time the teams met. In that
game Amity played up to potential and came from
behind to win 8-7.
Row 1, Left to Right: D. Gallo, J. Martens, C. Fox, R. Porr, M. Ingenito, L. Scalise Row 2 D St Thomas K Sharrott T
Mathis, D. Taylor, A. Corapi, K. Shannon, W. Crocitto, C. Allen, Row 3: Coach Neimi R Ebner T Cheviot R Seamon
G. Bona, J. Bochicchio, J. Cheviot
This year's football started with the traditional Red and Gray game.
The teams were captained by Jim Kretz and Jim Cheviot. Following
that game the varsity team was selected and set for their season goal
the Rutgers Trophy, which goes to the best team in Suffolk County.
The Tide had very high hopes of becoming the first team to win two
conference championships in a row. Time would tell.
The season opener was a non-league game against a very tough
Lindenhurst team. On the bus before the game the traditional number
31 was given to Jim Kretz and the game captain honors were given to
John Bochicchio and Bill Chadwick. The Tide fell behind early and a
last quarter shot at victory fell short and the game was lost 22-8.
Charles Taylor was chosen outstanding player for his defensive efforts at
The league season opened against a big Port Jefferson team. The
game captains were Bobby Cusick and Tom Cheviot. The Tide played a
tough game but three fumbles led to the three Port Jeff touchdowns and
time ran out on the Tide as they lost 22-16. The outstanding player for
the game was Kevin Shannon for his fine defensive work.
The following week John Glenn came to Amityville and played the
most controversial game of the year, which it turned out decided the
league championship. The game captains were Jim Cheviot and Charles
Taylor. John Glenn leading 8-0 in the third quarter had the ball first
and goal on the Tide's four. The defense pulled together and held
Glenn for the first three dovms. On fourth and inches John Glenn's
fullback drove into the left side. The defense stacked them up and the
fullback went down under a pile of defenders. Amity was sure they
held, the referee made no signal and waited for everyone to unpile
instead of signalling touchdown or Amityville ball right away. By the
time the runner nudged up a little and Glenn was awarded the score.
For the first time all year we started playing football the way Amityville
football should be. The Tide scored and got the ball back with time
running out. The game ended with Amityville on Glenn's twelve yard
line. The final score was 14-8 and thi.s game gave Amity its worst start
Now every teani in the league thought we were pushovers and
Comsewogue decided to play us in a torrential downpour. It turned out
to be a mistake as the Tide led by Jim Kretz's three touchdowns and
the defensive play led by Bob Seaman, Charles Taylor and Boby Cusick
Row l, Left to Right: K. Daley, R. Camacho, R. Anderson, D. Meadows, J. Council, R. Monahan Row 2 R Be erly R
Agostino, C. Taylor, P. Cverdjikian, D. Everett, E. Cella, M. Miller, Row 3: R. Voliton, W Chadw ck J Little R Cusick
J. Kretz, R. Lloyd. Coach Maisel
shutout the team 38-0. The game was captained by ,lim Kretz and Eric
Cella. The outstanding player of the game was Drew Everett for his
tough offensive line play.
The Tide now knew what it was like to win and went on a long trip
to play their arch rival Riverhead. Amityville was really psyched for this
game and took a 16-0 lead. But Riverhead fought back and the game
turned out to be the most exciting of the year as Amityville won 22-20
and gave Coach Neimi his first victory on the Riverhead field. The
game captains were Rich Lloyd and Drew Everett. Jim Kretz was the
outstanding player for his fine running throughout the entire game.
Next came a very physical Bayport team. The Captains for this were
Ronny Beverly and Chuck Fox. The first time Bayport had the ball
they scored, but the Tide would not give in and fought back hard to
win the game 14-8. Bob Monahan won outstanding player honors for
his accurate passing.
Going for their fourth straight victory the Tide took on William
Floyd. After quickly falling behind, Amityville came back and won
easily 34-6. The captains were Bob Ebner and Clem Allin. ,lim Cheviot
won the outstanding player honor for his fine blocking and pass
The last league game was to be the homecoming game. We all knew
our comeback would mean nothing unless we won this game and the
next. The captains for this big game were the three year men, Jim
Kretz, Mark Homes, Drew Everett, Rick Lloyd and Jim Cheviot.
Babylon was out for revenge from last years defeat. but they wouldn't
get it this year. Behind the blocking of Eric Cella, Bob Ebner, Glenn
Bozza and Bobby Cusick the Amityville running backs scored at will
and the Tide trampled Babylon 34-6. Ted Mathis was the outstanding
Greenport was selected as the opponent for the crossover game. The
Amityville Crimson Tide finally showed what they were capable of
doing by putting everything togetherg good offense, defense and special-
ty teams. Everyone knew this was the seniors last game and the Tide
came out to beat a good Greenport team 26-8. The outstanding player
was Tom Cheviot who got the extra yards in clutch situations.
The season was over. The Tide finished in second place with a 6-3
record and accomplished the greatest comeback in the history of
Amityville football. Rick Lloyd and Jim Kretz were selected by their
teammates as co-captains of the year.
Row 1, Left to Right: C. Dunleavy, C. Miera, S. Corey, D, Sutton, J. Caplns, G. Viteralle, M. Norvell. Row 2: E.
Hetterich, J. Kirlon, K. Carroll, S. Weber, C. Cornell, R. Sullivan, W. Etherdige, C. Bean, M. Blond, B. Parsons, J.
The Tennis team coached by Miss Sally Brubaker, had another
enjoyable season. Our team was competitive in all their matches, but
finished the season with a record of only two wins and seven losses.
Unfortunately, we lost several matches by a margin of only one point.
The season ended with nine players receiving varsity letters, and
Barbara Arsons chosen as the most valuable player. Whether winning
or losing, practicing or playing in a match, the team always had a lot of
spirit and a lot of fun. Thanks, Miss Brubaker.
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Row l, Left to Right: N. David, C. Smith, L. DellaPenna, P. Santoro, N. Kretz, I. Zimmermann, M. Caridi. Row 2: P.
Clark, M. D'Aguilar, A. Burgess, S. Hertz, C. Anglim, A. Holzmacher, E. ljrevich, A. Brooks, M. Doerner, Miss Burns.
Although the girls field hockey team did not have a winning season,
we put in many hours of practice and tried our best. Our coach, Ms.
Pat Bums, added inspiration to the team which kept our spirits high.
We may not have made any goals, but we made plenty of friends and
enjoyed being part of a team. Through competition with other schools
we realized that there is more to learn from a game than winning. Win
or lose competing is an important part of life and it taught our team to
never give up and to always display good sportsmanship.
The sadness of our last defeat against Copaigue was subdued by a
small party and thank you gift to our great coach Ms. Burns for
sticking with us through our defeats.
Row l, Left to Right: L. Zeigenfelder, F. Torian, E. Williams, D. Budd, N.
McFarland, Row 2: S. Wischnie, C. Roohan, W. Burgess, F. McCullough, D. Brown,
J. Johnson, C. Burnette, Row 3: S. Shepherd, N. Kretz, G. Gayer, L. Owens, A.
Payton, E. Hetterich, A. Rockwell, S. Monfett, Miss Burns
IOR VARSITY HOCKEY
Row 1: Left to Right: S. Henry, V. Thomas, R. Bartow Row 2: Left
to Right: G. Rebhlz, G, Wright, S. McFarland. D. Bartow Row 3:
Left to Right: J. Chadwick, R. Hawkins
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The harriers of 1975 were by far the best cross-country team in
Amityville history. Our leadue duel meet record of 2-3 was good enough
for third place in the standings.
After this finish which we considered sub par, we were eager to prove
ourselves in the Conference Meet. But once again injuries and sickness of
top runners set us back. We finished fourteenth out of sixteen teams.
Our final meet left us with a glimpse at our future. We finished seventh
in the County meet with a team made up of mostly underclassmen.
Reynold Hawkins received All Star Honors. Co-Captains George Wright
and Donald Bartow helped keep team spirits high for the duration of the
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H. Kronemherg Row 3, Left to Right: S. Rembert, R. Hawkins, L. Mays, R. Roberts, R, Voliton
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The Amityville JV Basketball team finished one of its finest seasons in recent
years, posting an overall record of 15 wins against 3 losses. In League V if' '
competition the team finished in lst place with an 11-1 record. Although small 0A,.,g,," y 1 A Q
in size the team made up for this with overall effort and the ability to play as a 7 , " " .". . , - - " ' H.,
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58 Copiague 35
1.9 55 Bellport 45
56 North Babylon 74
43 Copiague 51
61 Babylon 50
46 Comsewogue 41
60 Sayville 41
54 Babylon 53
57 Wyandanch 4-8
61 John Glenn 37
66 Islip 47
56 Comsewogue 48
63 Sayville 61
51 Islip 42
56 Wyandanch 63
58 John Glenn 41
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Row 1, Left to Right: S. Rembert, K. Little, K. Nicholson, K. Smith, R. Washington, M. Holmes Row 2, Left to Right:
Coach Mr, Schmitt, T. Cheviot, J. Wilson, R. Howell, A. Boyce, J. Cheviot, C. Thurmond, J. Bochicchio
The Varsity Basketball team coached by Mr. J. Schmitt finished the
season with an 11-7 overall record.
With several men back from last year and the addition of new men,
the squad worked to find a winning combination. Once established they
felt they would not be beat. During the non-league games and the
Christmas tournament the guys worked to find the combination. When
the league season opened Amity was ready as shown by victories over
Comsewogue and Sayville. Next came Babylon and Amityville travelled
there knowing the game would tell the future. Amity started with quick
determination and held the Babylon team from the start. It was with
about two minutes to go that Babylon gained the lead which they held
to the end. Since we were missing Tom Cheviot from the starting line
everyone said wait until they come to us. Following this were many
victories. Injury to Steve Rembert in the John Glenn game proved to
be very costly to the team. Steve was out for the rest of season and
when Babylon came to Amityville we were again missing a starter.
The Babylon game at Babylon and the Wyandanch game away were
two of the most exciting of the season. There were many other
interesting games. Anthony Boyce and Craig Thurmond led the team
and also the league in scoring. They were each named to the All
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Row 1, Left to Right: R. D'Alessio, M. Ramirez, R. Schlinger, R. Williams, B. Nelson, C. Curcio, Row 2: J. Hauswirth, C. Taylor, M. Boyle E. Grayson R
Seaman, R. Ebner, M. Miller, R. Lloyd
The Amityville Wrestling team coming off a 4-10 record and
predicted to be last in the league, surprised many people with their
strong outcome. They finished with an 8-6 record and are on the way
to regaining championship form.
Amityville held its first tournament in over ten years, and though
they did not win, had many place holders. They were Rich Williams,
first, ,lim Porr, secondg Rodney Craddock, Everett Grayson, Nat Gray,
and Charlie Taylor third, Mike Miller fourth. Next Amity travelled to
Massapequa for the Christmas tournament. Amity had seven place
holders there. They were Bob Seaman - third while Rich Williams,
Dennis Burns, Everett Grayson, Nat Gray and Charles Taylor all placed
Amityville opened the regular season with a victory over Woodlands
on Bob Seaman's decision. Next came Islip, an important match if we
were to win the league crown. Amity matmen took Islip 32-20.
Babylon was the next on the list of Amity victories to keep the hopes of
league victory. Time out to travel for the Shoreline Tournament where
Amity placed seventh out of twenty-six teams. Bob Seaman was a first
Next a trip to New Jersey where the matmen faced Maddison
Township and Edison. The wrestlers beat Edison but lost to Maddison.
Back home we lost to Half Hollow Hills and Sayville. But finished the
dual match season with three impressive victories over Comsewogue,
Riverhead, and Central Islip. The CL victory was 60-6.
Amity entered the Conference Tournament and placed Rich Wil-
liams first, Bill Nelson and Nat Gray second, Charles Taylor, Everett
Grayson, Rich D'Alessio, Chris Curcio third.
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Row 1, Left to Right: L. Scalese, B, Maynard, T. O'Connell, T. Tai Row 2, Left to Right: M. Smith, T. Flaherty, M. ONeill, J. Pitt, T. Andrews
The JV Wrestling team finished with a 5-6 record. They showed
the fans some impressive victories over Half' Hollow Hills, Riv-
erhead, Glenn and Central Islip. They gained valuable experience
and skills to help them in future years.
The team played each of the other seven schools once at home
and once away this season. They finished in fourth place with and
overall record of 8-6.
The highlight of the season was when we played Commack North
who Finished second. ln that game we defeated them by a single
basket. We spent a very enjoyable season learning from our coach
and also a lot from each other.
The members of the Girlls Basketball team were T. Bean, A. Burgess, S. Cornell, R.
Cotton, D. Devine, W. Etheridge, A. Holzmacher, B. Leflentant, C. Mierez, E. Smith,
R. Sullivan, and C. Williams.
Row 1, Left to Right: A. Burgess, R. Cotten, C
Brubaker, T. Bean, D. Devine, S. Shepherd, M
D'Aguilar, C. Cornell
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The Volleyball team, Coached by Miss Brubaker, had a good season
this year. We did well in winning every away game, but there was
something about the home games. Our last game of the season was the
most important one for us as it was a critical match for our opponents,
Smithtown West. Amityville lost the first game 12-15, but came back
to win the next two games 15-10, and 15-12. Smithtown West's loss
prevented them from automatically being in the playoffs. We finished
the season with a 4-3 record.
The JV, like the Varsity lacked experience but the team played well
and should provide some good players to strengthen the Varisty next
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Kinon, A. Early, L. DellaPenna, D. Contreras,
Row 2: Miss Burbaker, L. Owens, A. Payton, A.
Rockwell, E. Urevich, W. Etheridge.
Williams, C. Dunleavy, V. Viteralle, Row 2: Miss
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Row 1, Left to Right: K. Yaskulski, J. Wagner, S.
Ziegenfelder. Row 2: J. Wilson, W. Winn, Row 3: E.
Willenbrock, R, Williams, W. Watkins, D. Wesiman.
Row 1. Left to Right: G, Payton, K. Norris, T. Nicholson, W. Nettles. Row 2: K. Nicholson, P.
Row 1, Left to Right: A. Daslis, L. DellaPenna, C. Curcio, D. Denzler. Row 2: R. Curcio, P.
Davenport, G. Delaney, J. Draghi. Row 3: R. Dooley, J. Chadwick.
Row 1. Left to Right: H. Kronembcrg, D. Jaworowski, N, Kretz, K. Latza, T. LaFemmina. Row 2:
J. Lisi, H. Lloyd. C. Lukken, B. Lawlor, J. Jenkins, C. Jones.
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Row 1, Left to Right: M. McGroggan, C. Mills, A.
McDermott, L. Mays, J. Mazes, Row 2: R. Monahan,
C. McAllen, T. Mathis, R. Mitchell.
From Left: W. Sims, K. Cargill, J. Bright, C. Burnette, A. Burgess, C. Burnett, R. Brandon, A.
Row 1, Left to Right: D. Lumpkin, B. Jones, D.
Levy, L. Logan, B. Lewis. Row 2: K. Little, H.
Jenney, S. Laurino. Row 3: C. Klein, B. LaRoda, C.
Lang, R. Cray.
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P. Bedford. Row 2: L. Bellamy, R. Bartow,
From Left: J. Council, B. Devine, W. Chadwick, T
Cavangh, W. Daniels, T. Cheviot, R. Dixon.
Row 1, Left to Right: W. End, D. Fields, S. Fields, J.
Fratti, C. Drutjons, K. Egan. Row 2: D. Gorgoni, D.
Gerdjikian, D. Gerdjikian, W. Fowler, S. Erath.
From Left: M. Doerner, J. Cascio, M. Crichton, J. D0 las, A. Crews, D. Cunlreas, R. Cotlcn, R.
Coard, Y. Cayemilte, V. Metoyer. XM 6 i: gud' f-W"- 674- Spf' 'Q JL'
ot' Row 1, Left to Right: S. Pemberton, M. Pizarro, A.
Z E if Ortiz, P. Parent. Row 2: C. Permiceo, V. Puccia, l.
Oskowsky, R. Pedretti, J. Nemeth, W. Nelson.
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Row 1, Left to Right: J. Baldwin, J. Azukus, B. Aiken, P. Benymon, C, Bean, P. Clarke, C. Allen,
M. Barba, D. Aseltine. Row 2: A. Bailey, J. Bergen, R. Albers, J. Baker, R. Blauslein, V. Aguanno.
Row 1, Left to Right: S. Vignati, X. Ugrinski, V.
Stern, N. Van Ghent. Row 2: C. Smith, J. Vanek, G.
Slack, A. Sosa
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Row 2: D. Blond, D. Brown, C. Cannon, J. Caples.
Row 1, Left to Right: E. Fink, C. Falkowski, G. Giordano, L. Flynn, B. Gordon. Row 2: S.
Franklin, B. Franklin, D. Drescher, A. Gardner, M. Freitas.
Row 1, Left to Right: K. Hodges, D. Hill, J. Hughes, Qiflriiflarli, E. Hetterich, F. Hetterich. Row
2: H. Harris, J. Hauswirth, J. lanno.
Row 1, Left to Right: B. Fullan, L. Enright. Row 2: M. Erlwein, R. Elmer, A. Early, W. Etheridge,
G. Gayer, P. Garrett, C. Dunleavy, D. Glover, A. Gardner-Bey.
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Schmid, S. Shepherd, B. Singleton, B. Scordamaglia
D. Reid. Row 2: J. Robinson, D. StThomas, L
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Row 1, Left to Right: A. Miller, V. McAvoy, R. Miller, A. McLaughlin, C. Moore. Row 2: D.
Malabo, C. Marques, R. Montelione, B. Miller, D. McDonald. Row 3: D. Morley, J. Mallard, J.
McCehee, N. McFarland.
Row 1, Left to Right: D. Werbeck, C. Ramirez, B.
Wommack, F. Ward, K. Young. Row 2: S. Wischnie,
K. Vollmer, K. White, D. Walters, R. Williams, V.
Row 1, Left to Right: S. Thoams, M. Turley, S.
Thomas, M. Stewart, F. Sullivan. Row 2: R. Voliton,
D. Siry, S. Vitolano. Row 3: L. Tomanelli, M.
Tannenhaum, D. White, W. Thomas.
Left to Right: W. Rossiter, F. Seaman, M. Roberts, J. Richards, M. Richman. Row 2: H. Sass, A.
Silber, W. Rossiter, J. Stevens, S. Shields. Row 3: R. Seaman.
Row 1, Left to Right: C. Austin, C. Anderson, I. Bolton, L. Alves, L. Allen. Row 2: D. Beasley, D.
Bam, l. Atkinson.
Row l, Left to Right: L. Decker, I. DeQuillfeld1, M. Dastis, D. Domin, S. Davenport. Row 2: P.
Dailey, J. DePass, A. Tolliver.
Row 1, Left to Right: K. Doherty, N. David, C. Doherty, C. Devine, M, Duffy, J. Deming. Row 2
R. DeLeRee, F. Payton, E. DiStasin.
Row 1, Left to Right: 0. Miller, F. McCullough, M. Morant, P. Mutz, W. Middleman. Row 2: C
McAvoy, E. Mierez, J. Miller, A. Monfett, K. Neal.
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Row 1, Left to Right: J. Nicholson, R. Marcley, D.
McElroy. Row 2: M. Moore, M. Milillo, C. Mueller, J. 1
Row 1, Left to Right: M. Brookins, M. Blond, N. Bonaventura, J. Bernstein, T. Brazinski, D.
Andrews, D. Boone. Row 2: R. Anderson, R. Baloga, R. Brooks, D. Bennett, W. Barha.
Row 1, Left to Right: S. Klemens, T. Keene, S. Maker, J. Kirton, L. Kirton, C. Keelan, H. MacKay,
D. Ketcham. Row 2: T. Kregel, E. Lloyd, J. Johnson, A. Mack, P. Laurino, J. Kamuda.
Row 1, Left to Right: C. Gardner, B. Gordon, J. Fox, P. Sentner, S, Fulfurd, C. End. Row 2: C.
Frost, P. Fahey, C. Duncan, C. Goddard, B. Eaddy, P. Fraker, K. Fraker.
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Costlow, F. Ciuffetelli. Row 2: A. Cosentino, W. Cusick, A. Corapi, S. Cavanagh, S, Corey, H.
Cowherd, B. Cumberhatch, M. Cohen, A. Collins, P. Crocitto.
Row 1, Left to Right: S. Sampson, P. Silber, K.
Shannon, L. Smith, R. Smith. Row 2: D. Rowan, D.
Sorkin, W, Spence, K. Roseboro.
Row 1, Left to Right: S. Grandson, P. Hargrow, S. Harris, M. Hasper, J. Hammes, D. Hackett, J.
Granville. Row 2: C. Jacobson, S. Harper, O. Harrison, W. Hunter, T. Colson, C. Holley, E. Hajek.
Row 1, Left lo Right: A. McCain, E. McGuinness, J.
Nolan, S. Marron, W. Maynard. Row 2: L. McDade,
M. Milne, A. McFarland, J. Murphy, R. Ober.
From Left: S. Brown, P. Bush. R. Brown, H. Campbell, D. Budd, W. Burgess, K. Burns, M
Cavaliero, K. Canarossi.
Row 1. Left to Right: K. Klassert, W. Lamm, M. Mahina, B. Latimore. Row 2: H. Johnson, R.
Jones, G. Lamb, B. Keller, E. Liers, E. Lang, K. Kronemberg, H, Kramer.
Row 1. Left to Right: L. Coodlin, D. Ho, S, Hyman, V. Jackson, D. Golding, K. Harris, D.
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Robert Jones, Ken Sharrott, Jim Porr, Don Bartow
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Hockvy 2, 3. 4, Volli-y ball 3. 4, Baskt-tball 3, Softball
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DAVID AXT USIIPER FLY"
Trark 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4
JAMES BEAM "BlfTCH"
Soc:-cr 2, 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4, Trark 2. 3. 4
IANE BEAN ".IELLYBEAN"
Human Relations 2, 3. 4, Warrior 4, Twirling 2. 3,
Capt. 4, Ort-hvstra 2. 3, 4, Kay Club 3, 4, Honor
Soviety 2, 3 Treasurer 4, Chorus 2, Mixul Ensotnblt'
2, 3, 4, Class Coi't 2, 3. 4
Graduate-Cl 3, Sot-vt-r 2, Math Club 2
LEONORA BELL "HALF PINT"
LAWRENCE BELLINCER "LARRY"
Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4
.IOHN BEREZIJK "lVIOLE"
Drama Club 3, 4
RONALD BEVERLY "RONNIE"
Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4
Honor Society 3, 4, Setzretarial Squad 4
PIERRE BLANCHETI' "PETE"
Photo Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4
.IOHN BOCHICCHIO "BOCCA"
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3. 4
,IOANNE BONAVENTURA "JO"
Honor Society 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Vollyball 3, 4,
Softball 4, Ski Club 4
ANTHONY BOYCE "SPOON"
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Sovcer 2, 3
WI LLIAM BOZZA "BOZ"
Football 2, 3. 4
Softball 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Chet-rleadr-r 4
Band 2, 3. 4, Orvbt-stra 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4,
Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Fit-ld Ilot-key 3. 4, Math Club 2.
3, 4, Cvirls Ensomblt' 3, 4, Warrior 4: Student Cox"t 4
DAWN BROWN "DONNIE"
Chorus 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4, Fir-lrl Horkz-y 4, Danvi-
Squad 3, Drama Club 4
TYRONE BROWN "BIG T"
Handball 2, 3
JUANITA BRYANT "NITA"
Band 2. 3, Drama Club 3. 4, Girls Ensetnblr 4,
Library Club 4, Scrrvtarial Squad 4
Chorus 2, 3, 4
KENNETH BURGESS "LUKE"
Trark 2, 3, 4
Football 2, Wrestling 2, 3. 4
SAMUEL BUTTS IR.
LORRAINE CALLACH EN "RAINIE"
Basketball 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Drama Club 3. 4,
Warrior 4, Library Club 4: Vollvyball 4, Baskt-tball 2.
4, Tennis 4
TOMAS CALMA IR. "CHI'I'O'A
Wrtstling 2, Math Club 3, 4, Tennis 3. 4, Honor
Society 3, 4
KEVIN CANNON "CAM"
Trark 3, Library Club 3, Human Rvlations 2
MICHELE CARIDI "WORTH"
Fir-ld Horkvy 3. 4, Class Count-il 2, 3, 4, Human
Honor Sovirty 3, 4, Class Counvil 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
3, 4, Baski-tball 3. 4
Hovlwy 2, Volltfyball 2, Softball 2. 3
WILLIAM CH ADWICK
Football 3. 4
LEATHIA CHEEK "Dl'CHESS"
Vollry ball 2, Dratna Club 3: Chorus 2. 3. 4, Cirls
Ensvinblt- 3, Class Cox 't 2
JAMES CHEYIOT "KONG"
Football 2. 3, 4, Baslwtliall 2, 3. 4, Bao-lizill 2, 3, 4
CHARLES CLAYTOR "ClIl'tIKY"
WILLEEN COH EN
MICHELLE COLEMAN "SHEI.LEY"
Chorus 2, 3, Drama Club 2, Bantl 2. 3, Cirls Env
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Soc'i'r'r 3. 4, Bowling 3, 4, Trtu-k 3. 4, Ilonor Sovwtx
CYNTHIA CORNELL HSYNDIEN
Ente-rml 3, Tvnttis 3. 4, Vollifvball 3. 41 Baski-tball 3.
Ski Club 2, 3. 4, Chor'rlr'arlt'r 3, Softball 2, 3. 4
Wrestling 3: Handball 2. 3, Soi-rt-r 2
WILLIAM CROCITTO UCRONKITEU
Football 2, 3. 4
Astronomy Club 2, Chet-rlt-acl:-r 3, 4: Volliw halt 3
Football 2. 3. 4, Basvball 2, Baskotball 2: Bantl 2, 3,
MARIA D'ACI'II.AR "RIA"
Band 2. 3, 4, Orvhvstra 2. 3, 4, Clionis 2. Cirls
Enst-mblt' 3, 4
Football 3. 4, Basvball 3. 4, Bottling 4, Ilonor
Souivty 3, 4
KATHLEEN DANN "KATHY"
Chwrlt'atlt'r 3, 4, Softball 2. 3. 4, Vollvyball 3, 4,
Kvy Club 3, Warrior 3. 4
Softball 2: Ski Club 2, 3. 4
PATRICIA DAVIDSON "PA'ITl"
Chn'erlt'aul0r 3, Baskvtball 2, 3, Softball 2. 3. 4: Ftvltl
Hot-koy 3, Volloy ball 2, Et-ho 4: Ski Club 4
DONNA DAVIS "D0Nll'I"A
Library Club 3
Girls Ensemble 2. 3. 4, Miuwl Enst-niblv 2, 3. 4,
NYSSMA 2, 4: Drama Club 3, Honor Som-it-ty 3. 4
STEVEN DENZLER "MAD DOC"
Baskvtball 2. 3, 4: Softball 2. 3. 4, Volli-yball 4
ARLENE DLMPER "R"
Vollvy ball 2
MICHAEL DLNCAN "THE COOL SCORPIOU
Entert-tl 3, Honor Soc-it-ty 3. 4, Warrior 4, Art Club
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Tvnnis 3. 4, Warrior 4, Honor Soi-it-ty 4, Libran
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Bantl 2, 3
Chttorlwtlvr 2. 3, Ski Club 2. 3. 4: Vollt-y ball 2, 3,
Baskvtball 2. 3: Softball 2, 3, Hot-Io-y 3
Football 2. 3. 4, Baci-ball 2, Wrestling 2
SUSAN EWERS "SUE"
on-hair, 2, 3, 4, Bantl 3, w'mi.,r 4, v.,i1.1,tm11 4,
Hantlball 3. 4
SUSAN FIELDS "BOWLECS"
Basketball 2. 3. 4: Softball 2. 3, Vollox ball 4, Trark 4
MARTIN FLAH I-IRTY
ROBERT FORD "BOB"
Ski Club 3. 4
CRAIG FOVv'LER "FOI7I.BAI.I."
CHARLES FOX "YVlAl.MO"
Football 2. 3. 4, Wri-stling 2, 3. 4, Rastfball 2. 3. 4-1
Skt Club 2. 3. 4
KEVIN FROST "KENT
EDWARD I-'t LI-'ORD "HEADI.Y"
WILLIAM CARDNER "Bll.I.'f
AYNABELLE GARDNER-BEY "COOL BELLE"
Chorus 2, 3, Back:-tball 3, Softball 2. 3
Chorus 2, 3, Cr.itlttati'tI 3, Drtuuu Club 3, Mixoil
Trark 2, 3. 4
Ski Club 2. 3, 4
YVONNE CEE "DYKEA"
PETER CERDIIKIAN "MONK"
Travk 2, 3. 4, Footbatll 3, 4
Evho 3. 4, Softball Il
Sorrtfr 2, 3. 4
Chrorlmtlt-r 2, 3, 4
SIIARON GORDON "5Mll.l'lY"
Chorus 2. 3, Ilonor Sovivty 3, 4
Wrestling 2, 3, 4
Wrtstling 2. 3, 4
MIKE GREGORY "tlOOCH"
Honor Sot-it-ty 2, 3. 4, Ki-y Club 2. 3
PATRICIA CLZMAN 'APATN
NANCY HAJEK "NANtjI-I"
DEBORAH HAYVIMELL "DEB"
Chorus 2: Warrior 3, Ski Club 3, 4
WILLIAM IIARDIE UIIRABOSKIU
Sovvvr 2, Km-5 Club 3. 4: Et-ho 3. 4: Honor Sowivty 3.
ELIZABETH HI-I'I'I'I-TRICH "LIZ"
Tennis 3. 4, Ski Club 3. 4, Softball 4
KERRY HODCES "LOI'IE4'
Sot-4-er 2. 3
Chi-f-rl:-atlilr 3. 4
THOMAS HOLDORFF "TOM"
Football 2. 3. 4, Trai-k 2. 3. 4
Honor Soi-it-ty 3. sw. 4, Firlfl Hovkvy 2. 3. 4,
Basketball 2. 3. 4: Ori-In-stra 2. 3. 4: Swkvr- Club 3.
4, Stutlvnt Cov't 3. 4: Math Club 2, 3. 4
.IAMES IIOI'I'ER UJAYU
Sowor 3. 4: Trawk 2
JAMES HOUSTON "JIM"
Chorus 2, 3, 4
JOHN HIICHES MJAYA'
Chorus 2. 3, 4, S41-Io-rs Club, Mixvrl Erie:-tnblv 4'
Gospel Choir 3. 4
Basketball 2, Football 2, Trai-k 2. 3
CHARISSE Ill NTER
Band 3, 4, Orrlwstra 3, 4
Socver 3, 4
Football 2. 3: Ti-nnis 3, 4
ARNOLD JACKSON "AItNlI-2"
So4't't'r 2: Svokt-rx Club 3
Math Club 2. 3. 'I-I Honor Sovivlt 3, 4, STI' 3, Soivvr
Chorus 2, 3. 4
.IANICE IOHNSON "DUCK"
Chorus 2. 3. 4, Cirls Enwtiiblr 3, 4
ALLENE .IONES "ALI"
Vollvy ball 4-L STI' 3, Art Club 4
Bowling 3. 4, Orch:-stra 2, 3. 4, NYSSMA 3, 4,
Football 3, 4
VICTORIA KASS "POPCORN"
Photography' Club 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Echo 3
MAUREEN KEELAN "REEN"
CHERYL KEENE "KIKI"
Drama Club 2, 3: Basketball 2. 3: Softball 2. 3
Chorus 2: Mixed Ensemble 2. 3: Girls Ensemble 2, 3:
Honor Soeiety 3: Grarluatr-rl 3
CAROL KINNE "SPACE"
Volleyball 2. 3: Girls Ensemble 2, 3: Photography' 2
Erho 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Library' Club 3. 4
Library Club 3. 4
MICHAEL KORSCH "MIKE"
Football 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 4
JAMES KREGEL "BIG JIM"
Soccer 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2: Ski Club
2, 3. 4: Stage Band 2, 4
JAMES KRETZ "BUSTER CRAB"
Football 2. 3, 4
DEBRA LAMB "DEBBIE"
LORRAINE LAWRENCE "RENEE"
BARBARA LEFTENANT "DOC"
Human Relations 3, 4: Basketball 3. 4: Baseball 4:
Chorus 2: Band 2: Drama Club 3
DEBORAH LEVY "DEBBIE"
Basketball 3: Trark 3
Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4
JOHN LUDEMANN "JOHNNY"
DANIEL LUNP "DANNY"
ARTHUR M tCK
CYNTHIA I IALLARD
Chorus 3, 4
JAMES MALLARD "CAPTAIN"
Football 3: Track 3
Handball 3, 4
Baseball 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 4: NYSSMA 2
Wrestling 2. 3, 4
CANDACE McCLELLAN "CANDY"
Drama Club 3, 4
DENNIS McDONOUGH "DEN"
Football 2, 3
Honor Society 3, 4: Volleyball 3. 4: Human Relations
3, 4: STP 4: Chorus 2. 3: Girls Ensemble 3, 4:
Amityville Singers 4
MILDRED MCKNIGHT "UNCLE MILBIE"
ANGELA IVICLAUGHLIN "ANGIE"
Human Relations 3: Girls Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Mixed
Ensemble 2, 3, 4
MICHAEL MILLER "MIKE"
Football 2. 3, 4: Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3, 4
GREGORY MILLS "CORKY"
Football 2. 3
Baseball 2, 3, 4
Drama Club 3. 4: Photography Club 3, 4
STEPHEN NEMLEY "CRICKET"
Chorus 2, 3, 4
TERESE NEMLEY "BOOM, BOOM"
Chorus 2. 3. 4: Softball 3. 4
Softball 2. 3: Echo 4: Volleyball 2, 3
MOYA NORVELL "SHINE"
Tennis 2. 3. 4: Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Human Relations
2, 3. 4: Band 2. 3, 4: Ski Club 3: Key' Club 3: Class
Soccer 2, 3. 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4
BRIAN O'DONOVAN "O'D"
Soreer 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3. 4: Math Club 3. 4: Band
2, 3. 4
CERALYN O'REILLY "GINKY"
Human Relations 2: Class Got"t Trf-as, 2, Pres. 3:
Student Goi't 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3: Ski Club 3
Tennis 3, 4: Volleyball 3. 4: Basketball 3, 4: Key
Club 3, 4: Ski Club 3: Math Club 4: Human Relations
3. 4: Warrior 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Student Govlt 4
Tennis 2, 4: Volleyball 2, 43 Warrior 4: STP 3. 4:
Honor Soeiety'3,4:Human Relationsfl-: Student Gov't 4
Field Hockey' 2: Chorus 2, 3. 4
ADLYN PIERCE "ADDlE"
Library Club 2, 3. 4
LOUIS PIZARRO "LOI"'
Wrestling 2,3. 4: Cross Country 3: Track 2: Human
ANDREW POWELL "ANDY"
Soccer 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4
DELIA RAMIREZ "ADEI.E"
ELIZABETH REILLY "BETSY"
STEVE REMBERT "YOGI"
Handball 2, 3. 4: Soccer 3. 4: Basketball 4
LAURA RICHARDS "LAI3RlE"
STEVE ROBINSON "STEV E-O"
Soccer 2, 3. 4: Track 2, 3. 4: Human Relations 2. 3,
4: Banrl 2, 3, 4: Warrior 3
Wrastling: Honor Soriety 3, 4
Library Club 3
Wrestling 2, 3
Volleyball 2, 3: Softball 2. 3, 4
Library Club 3, 4
PETER SCHMITT "PETE"
Soccer 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3, 4:
Band 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 3. 4: Ski Club 2, 3. 4: Math
Club 3. 4: Stage Band 2, 3. 4
WARREN SCHOB "WAR"
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Mixed Ensemble 2, 3,
4: NYSSMA 2, 3, 4
GEORGE SCHORR "BERNARD"
Football 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4
TIMOTHY SCHULTZ "TIM"
Cross Country 3, 4: Baseball 2
BEATRICE SCORDAMAGLIA HSCOOTIEP
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3, 4
KENNETH SHARROTI' "KENNY"
Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2. 3. 4: Ski Club 3. 4
Echo 2: Baseball 2
DEBORAH SIMPSON "BE'I'I'E"
Drama Club 3. 4: Chorus 3
CATHERINE SMITH "CATHY"
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: Softball 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Band
2: Class Treas. 3: Student Gov't 3. Treas. 4
KEVIN SMITH "SMI'l'l'Y"
Basketball 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4
MICHAEL SMITII "MICKEY"
Track 2. 3
PETER SPITZFORM "PE'l'E"
Band 2. 3, 4: Stage Band 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 41
Track 2: Tennis 3: Echo 3, 4
VERONICA STERN "RONNlE"
KEVIN STEWART "BABE"
Chorus 4: Basketball 2, 3. 4
GRETA STLDY "GIGI"
BRIAN SUTTON "PlNHEAD"
Baseball 2: Wrestling 2, 3
SIISANNE SWARTWOITI' "SUSIE"
Basketball 2, 3. 4: Class Council Sec: 2: Math Club 3,
4: Ski Club 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Student Gov't
4: Human Relations 3: Field Hockey' 3. 4: Warrior 4:
Tennis 3. 4: Volleyball 3: Key' Club 3. 4
WESLEY SYMINGTON "W ES"
Wrestling 2, 3: Ski Club 3
CHARLES TAYLOR "CHARLIE"
Football 2, 3. 4: Wrestling 2, 3. 4: Baseball 2.3. 4
DEFORREST TAYLOR "DONNY"
Football 3. 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Human Relations 2, 3:
Band 2, 3. 4
Drama Club 2: Chorus 2. 4: Claw Gov't 3, Pres. 2. 4:
Human Relations 2, 3, 4: Amityville Singers 3, 43
Echo Editor 4
Baseball 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3
VINGINIA THOMAS "GINNY"
Cross Country' 4: Drama Club 4: Basketball 4: Softball
4: Band 3: Honor Society 3, 4: Library' Club 3:
JULIA THOMPSON "PEACHES"
Basketball 2, 3, 4
FANNY TORIAN "SHORTY"
Field Hockey 4: Pep Squad 4
ANTONIO TORRES "TONY"
Soccer 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3, 4
JOHN TOSCANO HTEENANGEII'
CAROLYN TURNER "OWEN"
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 captain: Softball 2, 3. 4: Human
ELLEN UREVICH "l,IZZY"
Tennis 2, 3. 4: Field Hockey 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 3: Softball 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3. 4
PATRICIA VANEK "PA'ITY"
Entered 3: Cheerleader 3. 4: Class Council 4
NORANNE WALKER "NORA"
Sorcer 4: Drama Club 4: Warrior sports editor 4:
Echo 4: Key Club 4: Tennis 4: Ski Club 4: Human
Relations - AFS Club 4
FRANK WALTON "FRANKlE"
Cross Country 2, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4
HERBERT WASHINGTON "Bl'BBA"
HOWARD WATLINGTON "HOLLOYWOOD"
Drama Club 3
RONALD WEXLER "RONNlE"
MARGUERITA WHEATLEY "MAGGIE"
"PAUL WILLENBROCK "EXXON"
Band 2,3.4:Soccer 2.3,4:Tennis 3.4:Stage Band 3, 4
Volleyball 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3, 4
Chorus 3, 4
PATRICIA WILLIAMS "PA'I'I'Y"
VICTORIA WOODBURY "VICKEY"
Pep Squad 4
GEORGE WRIGHT "SMILEY" Cross Country 2, 3, 4:
Track 2, 3, 4: Warrior 3, 4
RICHARD WRIGHT Human Relations 2: Chorus 2: STP
2, 3, 4:Warrior Editor 4:Honor Society 3, President 4
LISA ZIFBENFELDER Student Gov't 3, Vice-pres. 4:
Human Relations 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Echo 4:
Honor Society 3. Vice-Pres. 4: Student Gov'l 3, Pres,
4: Echo 4: Field Hockey' 3. 4: Volleyball 2, 41
Softball 2, 3. 4: Warrior 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Human
Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson
s. Myra Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mason
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Blackwell
Mrs. Catherine Blanchett
Dr. Carl Blanchett
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To Jo, Mom and Dad
Keep moving upward, Mrs. F. Kirkland
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Celeste Angliin - President
Carol Crosby A Vice President
Jamie Caples - Secretary
Sally Pemberton - Treasurer
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RESERVATIONS Sl TICKETS
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FOR THE BEST BUY IN CHAIN SAWS
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AMITYVILLE, NY 11701
Sanders Drive In Cleaners
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Fruit 81 Vegetables
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Sava's 81 Miller
Amityville 1 1 70 1
Congratulations to the Class of 1976
Official N.Y. State Inspection Station
Kings Service Station
Automotive Ignition Sz Carburetors
Clocks Blvd 81 Old Sunrise Highway
Amityville, NY. ll70l
in beautrful new bUI7d1f1gS wzlh expert Iesrdent stabs
An indivirltral treatmtrrit program is carefully establrsherl
by our Physiatrist lphysician specialist in physical
medicrnel. lt is implemented by a team of rehabilitation
professionals including nurses, physical, occupational,
recreational and speech therapists, psychologists
and social service counselors.
The Hydrotherapy Department includes a therapeutic
swimming pool, Hubbard tanks, and vvhrrlpoolsg the
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treatments and massage in private treatment areas
and therapeutic exercise in a professionally-equipped
gymnasium. The patient who is chronically ill can
also receive special care in this facility.
Most ellective is the teamwork approach ol psychiatrists
nurses, psychologists, social workers, occupational and
recreational therapists. All modalities of psychiatric
treatment are available- individual and group
psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, electroshock, new multi-
vitamin and supplemental drug therapy. Bright cheerlul
colors and spacious socialization areas immediately
key this modern therapeutic approach to the care of the ,
mentally and emotionally ill, the drug and alcohol
addicted and those in need ol custodial care. Center
Entrance to Brunswick Psychiatric Hospital is at Other divisions: General Hospital - Nursing Home
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AMII Y VILLE, NEW YORK 15161691-9533
to the Class of 1976
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