Amityville Memorial High School - Warrior Yearbook (Amityville, NY)

 - Class of 1977

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M. ,, ' ,V ,W ., i ,. .V HIGH H L AMI TYVILLE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL Amityville, New York 1977 Walking down these halls for the first time, the school seemed so big the people were so different the atmosphere so new. Thinking about our first pep rally we didn't know what to do we yelled and screamed we went home with confetti all in our hair. Trying not to remember that first report card the marks were so terrible the classes were unusual the discipline was lacking. Our Junior year was better we knew what to expect we applied ourselves in class we dominated in sports But, then the school started changing our responsibilities were more than just packing eleven people in a phone booth and parading down the stairs singing, as we walk up to the podium exchanging handshakes and clutching that piece of paper. We have finally reached a turning point we have finally come to realize that . . . We have walked down these halls for the last time the school seems so small the people so regular the atmosphere so familiar. - - .,..,.......-....- L.,.........--,, ...Q ,....,...,.. ZWWMW' ,, , Ji ig. 1 1 - - ..,..0.Mu :-w-f-- 3 1 -.gwgk-.. ffl Jig K Ma' We, the Class of 1977 dedicate WARRIOR '7 7 to Miss Elizabeth Beiniiiiig aiicl M ie. William M afriiio Ear' ' 9513, Q mpg V7-yckfq 5 Wm ublvn cbhorkiib rmorn XXXLK CL vrwu-HULY. 5m wuz -'-:MQW cze,'N'-L-agkqv yuhxl ,MQW ,QCKGVLJS o,KX Hu Avmgoks ,xox-X So.--S and XxgQ.C,UMA :YD Wig Q0'mvV9'x'S QMS vmx Qmx.,x.mS Xi fum X MSM Qffwvgaqma QSSKUG AWGMS 'X TAWVM. Q Syd-S WWA Ong ,Mt x OTYLA vxovxr fgqnwxxyx 99115 igfkavgt-xy' XJY0-kwa 'kb Q X O5 SUNNWULV Af exon Us wgcvk NCAA Nxovew S l 'K Qxfww ,SGML Q R UI Q Q mes. .24 .ix rzfwac. l Qu.. , . .. . -WH .Qi W , I um: :E his wi. .W gf. 4 fx . E Y? ,. 1 x Q' I ,U A? dw, 7. we. ' ,. 1 lm ,I :if " 5 6 This year the traditional Spirit Week included a 50's day and a Costume day. Costume day pictures are seen here with 50's day on the next page. The winner of Spirit Week's posters and rally was the Senior Class, with the other classes being very close behind. This Sophomore Class displayed more spirit than seen by sophomores in many a year. 7 8 , "' 45- 10 .ww N... 1 1 g , QE, 11 P 'W as Understanding the culture and customs of people from other countries is the primary purpose of the foreign exchange program. For the second consecutive year AMHS is enriched by the presence of foreign exchange students - Domingo Crizul from Treinta Y Treas, Uruguay who lives with his host family, Mr. and Mrs. John Rebholz and Mikael Korduner from Harnosand, Sweden who lives with his host family Rev. and Mrs. William Perkins. A third student Timothy Murray from Grande Prairie, Alberta Canada, was an exchange student sponsored by the Rotary Club and lived temporarily with his host family Mr and Mrs Charles deQuillfeldt. He came to Amityville in September 1976 and left late October to reside in Islip. We were sorry to see him leave but happy that he is still in contact with individuals in our school and community. Domingo Crizul is sponsored through American Field Services Scholarships. When he first came to us he had some difficulty communicating verbally but quickly became familiar with the slang and colloquial expressions. He is a lively young man who is strong academically and is enjoying subjects that he would not have an opportunity to take in his country. He is contributing to our school community by participating in soccer, the AFS Human Relations Club and has photography as his hobby. Mikael Korduner is also a member of the soccer team and is enjoying a new learning experience here through the sponsorship of the Rotary Club. We are proud of our own students who are in other countries Lynn Decker in Japan and Debbie Budd in Mexico through Rotary Sponsorship. We look forward to their return. Jane Ann Bean, who is currently in her freshman year at Syracuse University spent the summer of '76 in Germany through AFS sponsorship. It is most delightful and informative to talk, work, and study with these students. As the communication grows and the understanding of differing cultures deepens through a continuing program we hope that indeed all the peoples of the earth will be able to work together in peace. , Dear Mr. Marino, We, the Class of 1977, have decided to co-dedicate our yearbook to you. You are our class father, our knight in shining armor, our class advisor and most important our friend. Words alone cannot express the sincere thanks that is in order for your hard work and dedication given to our class over the three years. You greased your hair and put on a pair of dungarees during 50's day and dressed as our 'frog' on costume day. As Spirit Week ended you shared our enthusiasm when we triumphed at the Pep Rally and again with the Homecoming float. You were there at the Donkey Basketball game and humored us by riding a donkey!!! Remember the paint you got on new pants helping us with posters? You knocked yourself out for us this year, didn't you? Well it did NOT go un-noticed. You worked to get our class united. You made our Senior year fantastic. You were there with unbiased criticism and ideas as we prepared for our prom. 'It's so hard to say goodbye . . . ', so we won't. We will leave this school with fond memories of our years and the man who made it great. To advise another class that will ever equal ours will be impossible, but we hope fif you doJ that they will bring at least half the joy we brought you. Again, THANKS CLASS OF 1977 Dear Miss Berning, How can we, the Class of 1977, ever express how we feel about you. Co- dedication of this yearbook is one small way to show our appreciation for the inspiration you have given us. You have worked with us not only as a teacher, advisor, and coach but also you have been our friend. Your patience to listen to us and try to help us and encourage us to strive to reach our goals has been invaluable. As advisor to the Warrior you have enabled us year after year, to keep a living record of our high school achievements. This job requires not only a highly organized person with time and energy, but also one who has the ability to work well with the students. As coach of the cheerleaders you gave many, many hours of your time. You instructed the girls in cheers and rules of the sport. You never failed to encourage the teams and to inspire the cheerleaders to cheer the teams on no matter what the circumstances. As we get older and look back on our years at AMHS, some of the memories will fade, but one person will always be remember by many as a true friend. That one person, Miss Berning is YOU. Thanks, CLASS OF 1977 Who are these people who will instruct us? who will nag us? who will punish us? who will laugh with us? How can we meet their standards? their expectations? They are the people who will direct our futures. Hey! There goes Charlie Chaplin and William Tell and a frog? Here comes 'da Judge! i They masquerade among us to show that they care They praise us so that we may feel a sense of accomplishment They encourage us so that we may strive for higher goals They help us so that we will try harder. They are the people who direct our futures. Why were there so many tests? and all that homework! It has all come to an end now and as we depart from high school, the good times that we shared with them are left behind. Who were those people who cared for us as if we were their own? We realize now that they were our friends - the Faculty, Administration, and the Staff - 1 They are the people who have directed our futures. 'HWLIS 1 V rms' f-:eafyxggr . - FACULTY STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION X I asses 5 K If l Q7 eff , Eg Q . ii? 53 s I K Q a M Y' Q59 5535? 4 I 4 3 7 ,Wi 1 551' A 7' - . is , J: 'H b' LD' i 5 1 ' ,:f'-:+L f t- za ' xx t, rm? Deputy Superintendent of Schools Mr. R. Mitchell SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - Mr. N. Ober Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Mr. M. Borden Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent Mr. D. Whalen Director of Athletics Director of Music Director of Pupil Personnel Coordinator of School MF- W- King MT- A- Langsta-ff Mr. W. Glick Community Relations Mr. R. Smoot Mrs. O. Bean Mr. Budd Mrs. Falkenbach Mr. First Mr. Green Trustee Second Vice President Clerk Trustee Trustee Mr. O'Nei1l Mr. Schwarz Mr. Stiansen Mr. Stratton Treasurer President Trustee First Vice President .s avkmgggiiii K . We AM 1 -1-YW rr LLB HIGH SCHO CDL V Wrfgs K Q Mr. Van Nostrand Attorney 19 Principal Mr. A. Cahgiurl Assistant Principal 20 s isi,s,ns, M.F J. Giuffre i k.. Mrs. S. Amato, A rt Mr. F. Amore, Chairperson Industrial Arts V qixfe .11 K .... is Q Mr. J. Bass, Business Miss E. Berning, Mathematics MTS- S- Bradlee, F0I'9igU Language Miss S. Brubaker, Physical Education f self? J 3 g Wg M I W Miss P. Burns, Physical Education Mr. W. Caffery, English Miss M. Cohn, English Mrs. N. Colon, Nurse Mr. G. Crawford, DOE Mr. E. Decker, English 22 Mrs. M. Dember, Health Mr. F. DiNardo, Chairperson Science Mr. S. Dolce, Science Mr. K. ha- Doran, Social Studies Mr. J. Dowd, Social Studies Mr. R. English, Mathematics 23 .--""' Qffffg . Bmrf' ' I . HJ. ,-.J f' A 'Dv Miss E- Fay, Music Mr. R. Forman, Chairperson Social Studies Qgww ' sus- fr x- - .,,.: ,lf t . Mrs. E. Foster, Business Mr. V. Franco, DOE Mrs. B. Friedman, Librarian Mrs. L. Friedman, Chairperson Foreign Language 3 iff 4 Mr. T. Galli, Social Studies Mr. M. Giordano, Science ll Mr. F. Iaccio, Social Studies ., i. ,.1z,fff,..,,1:, Miss M. Gorga, Health Mrs. 0 90 0 0 Sly Q ,O o 0 o 5 13000 Ewa-9. 0000. Gi' L. Jerome, Home Economics Mr. J. Kastendieck, Guidance Mr. F. Keker, English E E. 5 1. 5 4 Q Mr. L. Kelson, Guidance Mrs. I. Kenny, Business Mr. B. Kurland, Social Studies Mr. J. LaBarr, English umm new an I ' "!-- ggi- ,il 1 is We 4' . , eia M 'M fi ' . Q V13 mln-, ,q,., ,mit in ,:- ,,,H I 'I K K ,J ,, , Q .a i ,iw I ' I H if 3 ,J 'S im .3 ff' i.is .V ..l. 'M A. . A gi X xx .. , , Jw ' ' A vi A Q , 4. V-if 'vis as gi l' f ' jst 4,251 Qfwg..i?fgif5i23f- 7-fglg. in ii, ,, fi .um ,, Q is ,L Vg .QA 11 gr, av, KRW? X 5: ,mega 5 ive 12 gleam, gig -R-5 Lin! 1 X S ilzaff 1 X jg -L O Q! is 1 il? Mr. J. LaManna, Music Mr. N. Maisel, Social Studies 2 -1 Mr. W. Marino, Science see ,. Mrs. T. Marty, English Mr. E. McDaniels, Science Mr. A. Meola, Mathematics , 1-M -i V L. 301 -' ""0'f 4 27 .X g fi z Q H 'f' 2 , Q J I LKYA. 7A' ' H. H , , , 'f 'li' in l? I fy 'il ,A ' ,fry 5 M C ,i M E . as J' .C nv ff T X 2' ll V H W V i M l - Mr. E. Miles, Chairperson Mathematics Mr. C. Mullin, Physical Education ' mann X ii Mr. V. Niemi, Drivers Education S L5 5 2 Mrs. A. Norris, Science Mrs. M. O'Neill, Chairperson English fav E ,i Ilc. , 4.. In N K as 1. fi 28 .. J M ' . 'Univ an 'lx is CM,-'V 'ww 3 B iff' 4 M ""' a ' mms- .fs Hn , f i 'I fl : 1' Mr. H. Paul, Industrial Arts wnowawvaamma ma, - N dj Mr. G. Peddle, English Mr. M. Pegler, Mathematics Mr. S. Piller, English Mrs. A. Pone, Home Economics ,L Am .. .. k,kk nn M Mrs. T. Ramseur, Guidance ' .3 4 r , 'Q K . X 4 . 1 if I , b,L: 111 54 ,Z ,qt "":,1 S XX Mr. M. Region, Science Mr. R. Robb, Guidance Mrs. G. Rosenberg, Business af ff- 5352's ..... Mr. W. Ryan, English Mrs. G. Sachs, Art '30 ff X Mr. J. Schmitt, Physical Education 5 . Q Mr. K. Schwartzman, Music Mrs. K. Simon, Foreign Language Mrs. D. Simons, Chairperson Home Eco- Mr. G. Skillen, Special Arts nomics Mr. W. Sommerville, Industrial Arts E li Y 4 A , s YC M 2 X sg ' l S SSX 3 pl Aff 'Air 5 Q Mr. M. Taffet, Mathematics Mr. R. Teeter, Chairperson Business Mr. R. Tezak, English TNA 11 1' Mrs. D. Waclawski, English Mrs. S. Williams, Foreign Language I -J QW- --er - V be .1 ! X VJ , ., ,, wwf --, ms g z N1 " 2 f g l -, f i f' 'r---' , A ll . 'i'.i i f g i 5, su - 1.12. 91 K x ich Q n T, fl ,. All ' Iii .ant -L-naw nl 8 N475 Q slag 4 V - , 1 i- il M f"4' 41 4 fix Lfafifw aqsvw 1.55 A !l fx 5 X N77 "Q bi D57 X IW g ZWQZZ, Egizag 3 "'ff-if 33 NN . M Ax ! eg n ,J J QM: K L 4 W .KX :A 1, 6 .f 'Q U A Q W X f X bs 7 , ,- x if Y ' X Y B YQ if G ' X 4 , w U X B V! O H I x I -i I Q l ,ff 1 . il ' SQF? iii . A ..L 1 ,, W 3 4.01. I "X X , 5 , A ' H5-'vm' a ' ' Q 3 9 . A 537 y - .. -L l 1 iQ? IM! 4? .Qmx H I - YQ zqy . - . N 1 .1 R ' X 2 f K-It 4- ' V7 " l, I Y Illll ' 3 S , aiglg . I LK W b V L : '- -L -s 4' V ,,..:- 1 - --1-ii - - ws , - 9 News x-1 s- l 3 W-zs--JQL-'56 cfyOIh.f.wq,q A X7 I V Y rv 'z 'I fafffmf fs ,- f"""W W, : - M f' 4 , kr. ,I V, 'fz.,,,i,ff'4 2, Q9 if X, D Mrs. V. Petri t 4 ... - ' Xffg-ia -- fm :Z .zbb I Mrs. C. DeBono 34 W is 1 g sf 1 - sf .,,5...,, X, Mrs. J. Siliato 1.1. . 21. .-sq. N...-Q1 1 .1 '!"i1-X. s . .af , A' -I Q- 'ES- Mrs. E. DeMarco xx 3... f K-if ,-,fs 'if if . . ...... . . s M . , Lkkk i S i K kk . . . ..,- 1 'f - . 1' ' - +25 , if ' 1 . 'M Q " bLL Mrs. C. Wanser Mrs. J. Steinmuller Mrs. J. Pecere e fr' K I s Qi X. -1' . 241221: ' 1- ' 'N if I Mrs. S. Oliveri Mrs. M. Craig Mrs. F. Maher Mrs. L. Ludeman Mrs. J. Alossa Mrs. L. McLain Mrs. R. Love Secretaries Cafeteria and Aids Working together that's the key to success. Helping each other to make your club best, Time, Patience, and Desire, these are the making of a great organization. CYou must also allow for a little frustrationj People together sharing and giving these all add up to make life worth living. Striving for goals that seem like such fantastic feats. When you're all together they do seem much easier to reach, Our memories of these great times will never rust. We Will always remember that it took all of us! Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs ffxp ' N 11 ! Q V A I. I 1' ll n 1 '-'X I 0 Im-IMGZGWYQWUI' Wm'lM,pll1z,1. M 'i . 5,1 ,mwuxd X 016 - bland' - . , Q .V ' 1 0 M A "in we GO Gig QL' Y X Md x fl 1 W 1 Liixikilss X CIUbS , 1 ' y WW I M , Z Ahh. lb: Homecoming 7? 073' W 1 X vfaf .vwz al X X M A Iss- A , ,f.. A +5353 ff A l. S X I Xxvl as 5QgpSgXiA. YW' l . ' r , Q xx W Q AXE SNNS - ' x iii: E55 '-1 Xi. X Q g . -4 liA ,ai . -gr W .-.... ,- XHAN?S Ngsawawu f 27' N QV K X Nm M I , ,H 1 ii ' jjgsig? j V :K ea ,,.AA ,. .,1W, .,.. ., ,W Gwen Payton, Debbie Contreras, Jamie Caples, Donna Malabo, Mona Riscoe M 3 E Homecoming Queen Jamie Caples and High school Prin- cipal Mr. Feinberg ' I., .4 u ., : 'fr '- 14i18'Ji N' M :si V 'A Stnctent Govefrnvnent From left: C. Doherty, M. Doerner, N. Kretz, J. Ianno, Mr. Galli The Student Government, under the direction of faculty advisor, Mr. T. Galli, started the school year with the selling of GO cards. Spectator buses to away football, soccer and basketball games were arranged. This year's Spirit Week was a tremendous success, with posters, pep rally, 50's day, costume day, and ending on Saturday with the Homecoming Parade. The posters in the halls added to the festivities in school. Senior class won the twenty-five dollar prize for the posters and spirit. On Saturday morning, there was a parade through the village with the class floats, band, twirlers and cheerleaders, as well as the finalists for the homecoming Queen. The Senior class won the prize awarded for the best fioat and Jamie Caples was named Homecoming Queen. The Student Government, in order to bring the School Board closer to the students, met with Mr. B. Schwarz, then president of the board, and Mr. N. Ober, Superintendent of Schools. These talks let the Student Government learn more about the School Board and also made the School Board more aware of what was going on at the High School. Row 1, Left to Right: B. Robinson - Co-Editor, Miss E. Berning - Advisor, F. Sullivan - Co-Editor, F. Seaman, M. Riscoe Row 2: M. Stewart - Assistant Editor, J. Little, C. Cannon Each year the WARRIOR staff is faced with the task of choosing a certain theme for their yearbook. This year the WARRIOR '77 was faced with the same task. Like the past years we wanted a theme that would reflect on our years in school, a theme that would help us to remember the good times and the obstacles we had to overcome to reach our goals. The best and only way we felt this could be accomplished was to have our fellow classmates express their feelings in their own special way - whether it be art work or a poem. I feel this was the best choice and I'm sure you will agree. Special thanks are given to many people who are responsible for WARRIOR '77. Your contribu- tions are greatly appreciated. All the hours of hard work and many headaches were mixed with much laughter and a lot of good times that will never be forgotten. Along with my co-editor Reina Sullivan, I would like to again thank those who helped. A special thank you goes to the one we could not have done without, the one who spent many hours, listened to and solved many problems, and worked right along with us to get this book ready for you. I am sure you know, I am talking about Miss Berning - Thank you. Much happiness, Betty Robinson Co-Editor WA RRI OR Honor Society The 1977, Edward Reed Gage chapter of the National Honor Society continued its policy of being of service to both the school and the community. Part of the funds raised by the society were donated to a worthwhile charity. Toni Bean and John Chadwick were nominated by our society to apply for a scholarship which is given annually by the National Honor Society. We would especially like to thank Mr. James LaBarr for all of his help and guidance throughout the school year. This years officers were Richard Blaustein - President, Maureen Doerner - V. President, Toni Bean - Secretary and Sharon Hertz - Treasurer. Maria Barba Cece Bean Toni Bean Richard Blaustein Maureen Doerner Sharon Hertz Nancy Kretz Cindy McAllan Betty Robinson Darren McDonald Brian Miller Shari Wischnie Beverly Chebuske Nancy David Deidre Hackett Diane Ortiz Vickie Richards Glen Rebholz Members of the society were Mitch Tannenbaum Regina Viterelle Steve Vitolano Kim Yaskulski Josh Bloom Carolyn Burnett John Chadwick John Draghi Wesley Etheridge Billy Jones Karen Latza Tamara Brazinski Paul Daley Judith Deming Carol Meuller John Rhyner Sarah Stiansen fd L7 l .'flfU,Af'1 447, owl U30 K9 -i"J S5 ,Q Ll rj l wk rl ju!! Yl X30 vi' M gcff yu pple Y, ra l 5 so F , 31 . Echo li lflljllxt Af3fy0u' l.x.l V-IHC 'XYHTF xi ff fail td W, 55 S . n xc 204 A LGT 1 0 V ,W c AT W0 L J Row 1, Left to Right: Mrs. Dember, S. Vitolano, F. Cuiffetelli, K. VanGhent, M. Riscoe, M. Tannenbaum, J Draghi, J. Bloom, B. Rossiter, Mr. Ryan Row 2: B. Robinson, F. Seaman, M. Stewart, N. Elman, S. Robinson, J Douglas, M. Barba, C. Doherty, J. Bayon Row 3: R. Camacho, M. Speller, B. Fullan, B. Miller, R. Blaustein, B J ones, D. Siry, A. Cosentino, K. Klassert This year the ECHO was literally put to the test. Having lost only three people from last year's staff, the editorial board was experienced. Taking on six and eight page issues and widening the reading variety were some of the major changes made. With each issue, the ECHO seemed to improve with layout and context. Mr. William Ryan and Mrs. Muriel Dember stood by and watched the ECHO staff turn into a well-rounded, self-sufficient staff, applying everything that was learned last year. What Editor Mona Riscoe forgot, the assistant Phrank Cuiffetelli remembered. And thank goodness for Bill Rossiter, who was always ready with a drawing for a space filler. We definately cannot forget our sports man John Draghi who got the sports pages together issue after issue. But a newspaper is not a newspaper without a faithful general staff. A word of thanks to all who helped including Maurice, Knyvett, Doug, Rich, Jackie, Betty, Francine, Colleen, Richie, Alfred, Ken, Scott, Sandy, and many many others too numerous to mention. Many times it seemed like a newspaper wasn't coming out when deadlines were missed and paste-up days were canceled, but one way or another the Echo came out on time. And, sometimes, the pressure got to be too much, but the finished product made it all seem worthwhile. For the good times, for the bad times, for all times, the Echo will be a symbol of one of the outstanding achievements imbodied in the Amityville Memorial High memoirs and traditions. l ' vom.. 56 No. 4 Mona Riscoe W Editor-in-Chief ffhrank cauffereui E glam Dgfthlr 'X Assistant Editor . ports ' 0 Bill Rossuter Art Editor Contributors: Jackie Bayon, Brian Miller, Richard Blaustein, Nanette Elman, Billy Jones, Jackie Douglas, Maureen Doerner, Maria Barba, Renee Sullivan, Joyce Azukas, Nancy Bonaventura, Patty Grant, Francine Seaman, Alfred Consentino, Charles Rios, Scott Hunter, Colleen Doherty, Maurice Speller, Jacob Jenkins, Betty Robinson, Mike Richman, Sandy Robinson, Don Denzler, Ricky Camacho, Toni Bean, Beverly Chebuski, Kim Yaskulski, Glen Rebholtz, Richie Williams, Shari Wischnie, Ken Klassert, Dennis Siry, Ray Montelione, Monica Stewart., Steve Vitolano. Dennis Siry Advisors: Muriel Dember, Bill Ryan H ninan Relations Aniefriean Field Senviee F .. W,,,,-f""' JJ'-' "1 ,.. X zf .X if -f' i 5 i c::.'1 Q 1, ff is 'A From left: S. Vitalano, T. Bean, M. Barba, J. Bayon, L. Bean, C. Hunter, J. Bloom, Mrs. Ramseur The Human Relations Club was developed to bring about a better understanding between people in our school-community who may or may not have different points of view. It's members have attempted to imple- ment this goal through various means through the years. "Human Relations Day", classroom communication ex- ercises, plays, the decorating of the walls of the cafeteria with a human relations theme have all been attempts to bring about unity and understanding through diversity. Members of the club may participate in community sponsored activities and may involve themselves with other schools where this is indicated. The skills learned pass from one student to another. Two years ago when the community Chapter of Amer- ican Field Services was organized, the school chapter was incorporated with the Human Relations Club because of the similarity of goals. As a result the club activities grew to sponsoring an "AFS Day" at which time a number of foreign students come into the school to share their culture and experiences and to learn more about the American way of life and its peoples. Through this students serve as "good will ambassadors" and assist in bringing about understanding among peoples. Students from AMHS have gone abroad for both summer and full year exchange. Jane Ann Bean spent the summer in Germany. This year our program is also focusing on the transi- tion of students from Junior to Senior High and in- volvement in the total community through the activities. We believe just interacting with others in extra-curricu- lar activities will bring about a better understanding. "Walk together, talk together, all ye people of the earth". The members of the band are John Aiken Cynthia Austin Lisa Bean Toni Bean Melanie Blond Owen Brooks Jeff Brous Everett Budd Margaret Caballero Keith Catchings Andre Collins Harold Cowherd Bill Cusick Judith Deming Sue Deming John Dixon Mark Florio Owens Franks David Gerdjikian Linda Goodlin Jeanne Gray Jacob Jenkins Wayne Kelly Diane Ketcham Charles Klein Carolyn Klemens Paul Kramer Theresa Kregel Chris Kukken Scott Maker Wendy Middleman Brian Miller Joseph Miller Darryl Mohammed Kevin Neal James Nolan Mike O'Neill Gary Ostertag Robert Raff Kevin Reed Tony Richards Michael Richman Robert Richman Vickie Richards Mona Risooe Terry Rose Jose Ruiz Brian Smith Janet Sterling Renee Sullivan Debra Sutton Sharon Thomas Stephanie Thomas Steve Vitolano Jeff Walton Gary Wheeler Frank White John Williams l o 48 The members of the Orchestra are Robyn Adams Cindy Austin Sharon Ballan Lisa Bean Toni Bean Tammy Brazinski Jeff Brous Deliliah Burrowes Margaret Caballero Andre Collins Harold Cowherd Sydney Cowherd Judy Deming Susan Deming Karen Doughterty Kaye Douglas Nanette Elman Carol Gilmartin Linda Goodlin Monique Granville Robin Gregory Deidre Hackett Jackie Hauswirth Debbie Keller Wayne Kelly Diane Ketcham Brian Miller Ann Monfett Pat Mutz Barbara Palansky Anne Palumbo Carl Pepkin Kevin Reed Michael Richman Mona Riscoe Alsion Rockwell Brian Smith Debbie Sutton Stephanie Wilczek Laura Woolsey Ofrchestfra, f 2. The members of the Amity Singers are Ruth Albright Amelia Allen Lori Alves Gloria Anderson Sharon Barnes Cece Bean Michael Brown Carolyn Burnett Wayne Daniels Ann Early Vanessa Fields Roland Garrison Sheila Harris Dorothea Jones Gloria King Mixed Ensemble 50 S32 Angela Mack James Mallard Ken McKinney Dwayne Meadows Donna Nelson Lisa Owens Yvonne Poole Vicki Robinson Karen Rodwell Richard Scott Sharon Smith Ronnie Smallwood Gayle Steward Judy Tucker Frank White Kevin Winn mfity Singers The members of the Mixed Ensemble are: Anderson, Gloria Baldwin, Jody Bedford, Pam Brown, Beth Burnett, Carolyn Daniels, Wayne Early, Ann Gardner, Jessica Garrison, Roland Hackett, Deidre Howell, Cherie Jackson, Cathy Ledger, Corrine McKinney, Ken Meadows, Dwayne Poole, Yvonne Rambarose, Lisa Rand, Leslie Riscoe, Mona Scott, Richard Smallwood, Ronnie Steward, Gayle Stewart, Monica Sullivan, Reina Trecker, Judy Washington, Debra White, Frank Winn, Kevin Chorus The members of the Mixed Chorus Alcala, Lois Anderson, Gloria Appling, Barbara Baldwin, Jody Barnes, Sharon Batts, David Beasley, Donald Bedford, Pam Bellamy, Angel Brandon, Dorathea Brantley, Joann Brockington, Annette Brown, Beth Brown, Michael Burnett, Carolyn Carpenter, Cynthia Cayemitte, Mary Commerce, Kai Daniels, Wayne DeMarco, Miriam Duncan, Given Fields, Peter Gaines, Vickie Gardner, Jessica Gibson, Angela Gordon, Bennie Goward, Richard Hargrowe, Debra Harris, Sheila Howell, Cherie Jackson, Cathy Jackson, Elijah Jackson, Yvette Jamison, Pam Jones, Dorothea King, Gloria Lambert, Yvette Ledger, Corinne Massalena, Martin McCray, Robin McKinney, Ken Meadows, Dwayne Morant, Glory Nelson, Donna Nixon, Richard Payton, Gwen Peters, Monica Poole, Alicia Poole, Yvonne Rambarose, Lisa Rand, Leslie Robinson, Betty Girls Ensemble Robinson, Vickie Scott, Richard Smallwood, Ronnie Smith, Linda Steward, Gayle Stewart, Monica Stewart, Rickland Sullivan, Reina Susewell, Brenda Thompson, Arthur Thompson, Cindy Thurman, Shannon Todd, Jerome Tucker, Judy Urgent, Lance Washington, Debra Williams, David 3 , The members of the Cynthia Carpenter Girl's Ensemble are Mary Cayemitte Ruth Albright Miriam DeMarco Gloria Anderson Jody Baldwin Sharon Barnes Pam Bedford Cece Bean Beth Brown Carolyn Burnett Maureen Duffy Ann Early Jessica Gardner Deidre Hackett Sheila Harris Cherie Howell Cathy J acksin Dorothea Jones Yvette Lambert Corinne Ledger Angela Mack Donna Nelson Yvonne Poole Lisa Rambarose Leslie Rand Mona Riscoe Vicki Robinson Alleyene Slater Keely Smith Gayle Steward Monica Stewart Reina Sullivan Judy Tucker Debbie Washington E xpressions is the finest art 8a literary work of our AMHS students X cellence is our aim. P ride is our reward R ealization of the talent that exists in our school E veryone is invited to participate S tudents contribute original work S ometimes it's art, or sometimes I t's written O r it's photographs N ancy, Bill, Francine, Fran, Monica, Jackie, Vicki, Mrs. W. Sz Mrs. S. make up the S taff EX PRESSI ON S From Left: Mrs. Waclawski, F. Seaman, N. Kretz, B. Rossiter, J. Douglas, F. Ward, Mrs. Sachs, M Stewart, V. Richards f I 'MTW The cast of "Flowers for Algernon" included Dr. Strauss - Prof. Nemur - Alice Kinnian - Burt Seldon - Charlie Gordon Doris - Nurse - Frank - Gina - Mrs. Donner - Joe - Norma - Nancy Schmid Brian Miller Miriam DeMarco Mike Richman Douglas Gorgoni Lois Rebholz Julie Bartunek Allen Budde Dorothea Jones Carla Grittani Jonathan Council Kim Norris Mother - Little Charlie - Father - Child Norma - Mrs. Feldman - Ellen - Bernice - Charlady - Mrs. Nemur - Mr. Harvey - Jackie Welberg Anne Welberg Club President and Production Manager - Robert Raff Dfrwma, Club The Amityville Memorial High School Drama Club, under the direc- tion of Mr. William Caffrey, presented their production of "Flowers for Al- gernon" in March. The club consisted of approximately 30 talented students who devoted many, many hours aimed toward per- fection of what has been called 'one of the finest Amityville productions' For the past two years the Drama club has sponsored an excursion to the 7'Q?4, fs? Amiercan Theatre Arts Festival incaof Qc Washington DC. The club members XQ6'-C? enjoyed the trip and the experience 'V 11? f that accompanied it. , , 'OK YQ 43724 C? fe 'QQ l1l'1Ii1?e?i31l7-311.1 Y 5227 if Owen Brooks Q5 . , 6,47 657 Cindy Tewksbury 42 'iii 40 Z 4, X44 'gl Yvette Lambert X444 N 0 Shari Wischnie Z9 , " Zfzgiirfcic Kim Yaskulski X 6' -if 7 ,Q Carolyn End if 4247 Q? N ng Carol McAv0y 'Z iq: Q L? Q7 cis Zag Joe Miller ' ' X V' Sandy Robinson Zcccf feet, tht? 747' C6 g Jackie Bayon A 471 Q! Pkg? 2 Q . 469 is 22542 Rfsmgfigi if Astronomy Club 1 2 .f , From Left: Mr. Meola, P. Kramer, W. Kelly, N. Elman, A. Greenfield, C. Thompson, D. Gerdjikian From Left: M. Florio, P. Kramer, B. Miller, Mr. Meola, C. Mierez, D. Gerdjikian, K. McKinney, W. Daniels 54 J "'2" if .jg on l . . Ski Club Row 1, Left to Right: J. Vanek, D. Holdorff, S. Pemberton, J. Caples, C. Hetterich, J. Chadwick, Mr. Doran Row 2: N. David, C. Dunleavy, S. Erath, L. Enright, N. Kretz, M. Howard Row 3: M. Wheeler, R. Ober, G, Rabinowitz, D. Gorgoni, E. Willenbrock The Ski club, under the direction of Sally Pemberton and Jamie Capl- es, had a very enjoyable 76-77 sea- son. The numerous snow storms and the low temperatures, combine to give us excellent ski conditions all winter. We saw something all skiers pray for - snow! Our first trip was to Catamount, in Hillsdale, New York. We had ex- cellent conditions, and a great time was had by the beginners as well as the 'experts'. Due to the low tem- perature, many club members 'cheated' and spent most of the day in the lodge sitting around the fire. Our second excursion was an over- nite trip to Bratteboro, Vermont. We skiied at Mt. Snow for two days and had lots of fun. The club also tried to get in some 'spring' skiing toward the end of the season. Being a member of the club proved to be a rewarding -ex- Howard, J. Bayon, Mr. Doran Row 2: R. Camacho, S. Erath, J. Bloom, B. Lawlor, J. Vanek, E. Perience- one gets the chance to go Willenbrock Row 3: S. Bush, D. Denzler, J. Caples, S. Pemberton, S. Corey, L. DellaPenna, J. Caples on great trips and improve skills while meeting and making new friends. A great time is always had by all, whether it be on the slopes or the bus ride home! Row 1, Left to Right: C. Doherty, N. David, D. Holdorff, P. Daley, C. Hetterich, N. Kretz, M. Lflbrwry Club - ,,.. Q: a 'iw mi T, From Left: G. Robinson, E. Fink, I. Benloss, P. Morgan, E. Caban, A. Brockington, C. Thomas, Mrs. B. Friedman, M. Pizzari, G. Carter, Chess Club 'i C Row 1, Left to Right: S. Erath, N. Elman, A. Johnson, S. Thomas, Mr. Peddle Row 2: E. Lang, R. Bartow, J. Little 56 Spanish Club .EWW M 5. lm Ja From Left: D. Golding, P. Morgan, T. Bean, V. Richards ex is Ja Ng , 'Q ir ' RM , N , NL R is 'XX X' X Rx -P X J Q N X? Q55 Q N is 9 . 'T Q .FU - "fi . X ffl - Q," ' A? XJ --Y Q ' E 3' JN il - 'W -5 ' 7 iv' To 'J fTNQXx,IXgJY' E' ,. 5 4, Rf 3 E is 'F --sf Q -.Q 5 E' 43 is X - ' , so ,MJ X A X ,Q .. N . E 3. Q xv .J it " 'QL' , i .y N I iv io 3 ,Q X -:T .wa w X J Q a fy w Qy X M ss' sf N s .F A XV lv 'sg' J' T, ' X ki X it gk ,xc-3. QX, '57 'ij x V x.J "L X Q :lj J K1 V 'S X T' 9' , Ji L f ig J' X K1 gf' X' QE Q5 tbl X, gf . SJ 'Y 't- U nf - ' ,-X.. 'Y Y fl" .K+ X xl! N.. six J x T5 Fi' . Y, L V A X, YJ r N. ,K X, if Lx by EJ 3:5 Q t ,J , be X X x VU ,TY JJ 'I Y ,J A X1 M ,Qi 1 85,7 X Y' "yy rp! Q MV L- N K . -Q T -i N N o X... Y is ,io Q . ,- -Q Q P X 'Ns -5 N ' iv ' . 1 'Q NA 4. 'ir' -X s. 2 fb-, --51.7 Xxx? NJ N 'X' 'B-J U i YJ XX 'R U w , NJ Q., I if w A Jw V., -an . f A -1 -.. T-J .J N J J KJ V' XJ ,J I ' XJ , -X XJ . XJ l -J 5 - . 'K .ei N, M Q bw fix., , W Y- ' ,J wi G hi ' X X NJ ix YQ M Vi . Q - B J X Y -3 X4 J , ' 'rj .. Y From Left: V. Pucci, P. Kramer, Mr. Miles, B. Jones, F. Ward, S. Hertz, R. Vitarelle, J. Bloom, R. Blaustein, C. Klein, M. Tannebaum Photography Club I I 1 ' - g .. fr From Left: R. Lee, P. Davenport, V. Richards, E. Caban, A. Burrell, M. Speller Peer Counselors Peer Counselors are trained to serve as addi- tional school reserve personnel to open and facil- itate optimal interaction among students, teach- ers, parents and the community. The peer coun- selor serves as an outreach person - alerting students for programs available, identifying troubled students, and steering peers to appro- priate referral resources. They operate from the counseling room in the cafeteria. They have also received training in individual and group guidance techniques. 57 From Left: Mr. Robb, C. Bean, B. Robinson, M. Riscoe, S. Hertz 1 J 58 .5 X,., ,v s sr k , f. i V - Q Mmiffz mf 4 M Y J u. , - ,4.,4T51,?.: , H Y, , 6 X an 44.-, 11 " I S f all They walked these halls a first time, same as we. Everything so huge and unfamiliar. The ways of the world are all new to them too, This is high school and they aren't sure just how they will do. This is a place where learning is yearned And soon they will know that grades have to be earned School for them will become a time of discovery, There are new teachers, friends, and skills to learn. An overwhelming amount of fun, but we have got to remember There's work to be done. The sports and the clubs will be all fun and games. The years will fly by just the same. They walked these halls a first time too, Just the same as me and you. UNDER CLA SSMEN UNDER CLA SSMEN 1 ' ff? 71112 'C- 1 , if 1x . I 1 U A, ' ' 1 11 2 1 1 I X '1'1 11 1' 4 65,1 1 1 1 1 11 ,1 1111 1 111 11 1 mm : f 1 111111 h 1 1 - ,K I M f 1 1 . , ,' ' I- lizif 7 A 1 1 1' fgnulnnll Q 1 1 1 1 i N J X 1 I 1 1 111 11' 1- 1 1 1 ' L . IMII TlllflllllilfilHiHln1111Il1ll 1ll1llll 1111 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 11 "1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1l l1 1l1 111l1I1I1lIlllll1lI1 111l '11 1 lilllllil 1 Q1 1111 111 1 ' 1 ' X 1 1 ,' 11 1 1' 5' ' 1 11ml 1l1nlll1 l111111n 1 1 llilllllll 'V' 1 1111111111111 1' 111 11111 11 1 1 111' 1' 1! . 1 11 N H 1111111111111111W-1 - 1 11111 1, W1 ' X 1 11M1I 1 1 j 1 1 ' '1 .N 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 11 1 11 111111 i 7 mmm 1 nmnmlllxmillllllm N11 111 '1 1 1 11 W 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 'l"Wll'lU 111mmll1Hlmln'n ' 1111111muumn1n11mul1lm1111 11111 11 M MU I ,611 I 1 nm 1 1511111 11 1' 11x11 JEHCQFXQS Row 1, Left to Right: M. Brookins, S. Bolton, C. Austin, D. Andrews Row 2: M. Barba, R. Anderson, O. Brooks, B. Amodio, D. Barnett Row 1, Left to Right: I. Atkinson, M. Blond, G. Anderson, L. Alcala, L. Alves, C. Bleecker, T. Brazinski. Row 2: D. Beasley, J. Aiken, R. Baloga Row 1, Left to Right: C. Carroll, K. Catsoras, Carroll, G. F. Ciuffetelli, M. Caballero. Row 2: P. Buchmann, A. Corapi, D. Munch, A. Cosentino, T. Costlow, A. Budde 62 f-X ff , . 1 1 ,W.s Q 4 ,yhjflqfj Qalfzfcfxl, "W f 'I 'N-772' If ff Cliff 74 Jfflffff' , ,.'l"' ' .Af-4vVL . J if , f ff f -v 1.11 ff' ff . N' ' . ,pdf Row 1, Left to Right: W. Burgess, R. Coard, P. Bush, R. Brown, B. Chebuske, S. Corey, J. Caples. Row 2: S. Archer, l J. Brous, F. Byrne, A. Collins, K. Cargill, H. Campbell sagem y Row 1, Left to Right: J. Curcio, W. Cusick, B. DeQuillfeldt, M. DeMarco, D. Domin, C. Devine. Row 2: H. Cowherd, P. Daley, R. Dooley . . ., X, -. H im- Nts. lf.. .-... . 5' Y K I I I K 12 ,ig 1 ' ' 5 Row 1, Left to Right: C. Doherty, S. Crocker, N. David, K. Doherty, J. Deming, B. Eddy. Row 2:'fI. Council, E. DiStasio, R. DeLeRee, B. Cumberbatch, J. DePass A L5 . - Row 1, Left to Right: V. Fields, A. Gibson, M. Florio, C. End, K. Fraker, P. Fraker. Row 2: K. Garren, J. Gill, J. Erath, R. Enright, J. Ferreira x-if Row 1, Left to Rightzji C. Frostg S. Fulford, N. Elman, C. Goddard, C. Gardner, P. lFaison, S. Ellis. Row 2: A. Etheridge, C. Gaines, P. Fields, K. Flaherty, P. Giretti Row 1, Left to Right: D. Heller, C. Graves, M. Hasper, S. Harris D. Hackett Row 2: C. Holly, S. Harper, P. Hunter, K. Holmes, E Griffin, R. Goss, O. Harrison Row 1, Left to Right: L. Goodlin, J. Hammes, D. Hargrove, B. Gordon, S. Grandison. Row 2: P. Hargrow, E. Hajek, J. Harris, D. Ho, R. Hawkins, D. Grant Q.f:J.A. flql Lvl l 1 .flu 1 fi 1 x 2 ,l,,L,,,,'NJ2 lgsuw fuk 7'wLZ52f! 4,32 .,lQas,Z"' ' Q Q11 W ,Q 'U y X! ' ' ' W fi 1' -7 ,A fwfr? W' fl ml I,!U'? 511: V1 :' 'als-3 Uv? f 'LM LU' l"l'UT, !D"Q M Row 1, Left to Right: K. Klassert, C. Jacobsen, F. Horan, Lamm, B. Keller. Row 2: S. Klemens, D. Ketcham, T. Kregel. W. Row 1, Left to Right: W. Nettles, M. Moore, R. Ober, R Nezin. Row 2: O. Miller, M. O'Neill, G. Ostertag, J Murphy Row 1, Left to Right: L. Kirton, J. Johnson, V. Jackson, R. Humphrey. Row 2: T. Keene, H. Johnson, C. Keelan, J. Kamuda, H. Kramer Row 1, Left to Right: H. Mackey, P. Laurino, D. McElroy, C. McAvoy Row 2: E. Lang, E. McGuinness, S. Marron, S. Maker. 64 Row 1, Left to Right: D. Ortiz, A. Monfett, P. Mutz, K Pesa, L. Owens, L. Parks. Row 2: M. Milne, T. O'Donnell K. Neal, I. Mierez, J. Miller, A. Morant Row 1, Left to Right: H. Podol, G. Rebholz, M. Ramirez, T. Richardson, V. Richards. Row 2: A. Rockwell, J. Rhyner, R. Roberts, L. Provenzano, C. Reinhard, R. Pescitelli Row 1, Left to Right: L. Rambarose, C. Puglisi, J. Rivera, S. Rosario, V. Robinson, K. Rodwell. Row 2: R. Raff, B. Pescitelli, J. Pitt, G. Rabinowitz, C. Rios From Left: S. Sampsom, D. Sorkin, R. Rugen, B. Scheffer, C Smith, C. Speller Row 1, Left to Right: G. Wheeler, K. Young, S. Wilczek, A. Wirtensen. Row 2: T. Tai, R. Vosper, A. Zack, J. Walton, W. Wichleman 1. . ,ji ? Row 1, Left to Right: S. Stainsen, D. Sutton, J. Tyler, S. Weber, D. Trollinger, D. Washington. Row 2: A. Tiller, A. Tobin, E. York, K. Winn Heli? sz shams x. Row 1, Left to Right: C. Bassett, H. Arenas, S. Ballan, Y. Adams, D. Albers, L. Bean, B. Appling, J. Bage. Row 2: J. Albers, A. Bellamy, S. Barnes, L. Andrews Row 1, Left to Right: R. Albright, Y. Bellamy, J. Bartunek. Row 2: D. Benyman, C. Brown, K. Anthony, B. Baines, S. Best Row 1, Left to Right: L. Bullock, R. Boglione, K. Breen, C. Bochicchio, K. Brennan, D. Buffalino. Row 2: K. Dumpson, N. Burnett, D. Burrell, K. Brooks 66 Row 1, Left to Right: A. Brockington, P. Butts, J Brantley, B. Brown, C. Brooks, K. Coyle. Row 2: C. Booth M. Brown, L. Burrell, K. Budd, C. Brockhoff, M. Boyle, G Biggers, K. Bryant Row 1, Left to Right: G. Carter, M. Cayemitte, I Byndloss, E. Callaghan, P. Cammaroto, S. Carroll, W Camacho, E. Cannarella, A. Chery Row 2: M. Cornell, J Corbett, E. Clark, H. Clinton, S. Corey, D. Carpenter, R Archer Row 1, Left to Right: P. Clark, D. Callendar, C. Carpenter, E. Caban, D. Caban, C. Canerossi. Row 2: W. Caupain, B. Claytor, K. Catchings Row 1, Left to Right: I. Cruz, S. Davenport, S. Deming, A. Finetti, D. Davidson, C. Dastis. Row 2: D. Davis, J. Devine gn. Row 1, Left to Right: K. Davis, R. Davis, D. Dickerson. Row 2: J. Costa, W. Barton, E. Devine, D. DeYoung, J. Dixon, G. Davis, B. Butts .sv 'if A if" Row 1, Left to Right: P. Fahey, P. Dunleavy, G. Garcia, R. Gomez, E. Drutjons, K. Frazier, D. Fairley, D. Gonzalez. Row 2: L. Donaldson, K. Douglas, V. Faulkner, K. Early, J. Golson, G. Evans VJ . f. V. 5943 .. mltffh , Row 1, Left to Right: J. Gardner, G. Duncan, E. Gonzalez, A. Ficara, P. Fogarty. Row 2: M. Gannon, B. Frisby, O. Franks, J. Gati, R. Garlo, R. Fullan, P. Garrett, G. Egan ' 6 Row 1, Left to Right: J. Jenkins, W. Hopkins, R. Goward, A. Johnson, V. Hooper, J. Gray. Row 2: L. Jackson, K. Harris, B. Hudson From Left: J. Granville, D. Hunter, C. Janssens, D. Jacaruso, S. Grayson, E. Jackson, L. Goodstein, J. Hauswirth, P. Jamison, M. Granville, K. Hunter, C. Hunter Row 1, Left to Right: T. Griffin, D. Holdoroff, P. Howard, P. Hodges, G. Jones, D. Jones, W. Jones. Row 2: K. Green, E. Jackson, A. Greenfield, L. Holzmacher ' - rg 33-.sew Q-.':1Mg-,,5 iq - ff ' J ,Q ...Q jp v " - .., fe.f"':nT o ' Z . ew '-S I I "I V .Q 'i9ifin,. zf?'5Zf5'27f - v 151. K iq afar?-4 5.1.4 ff JZ-4' ' ." ' Q ' . - sif ' We f' ' ew .4 rn- n,.li.fJ5. 1.12, . -ig ,415 H., .in 'lf 5, gif. cy '- 9- 1.4, gg .L .j'-' ,' - 7 5 , id. .4 f .. f '14 f ., ., , . -L V L yr. ,W I .u -I 'by' K . qi E K I . ,, 19, -- .fn lss li . E . I - V , , , ' P f.. , t W N , J . , 9 4 Q-,Q aes. ,,. g . . , , 5 . X T' I . Si? fp . - ws- , A E "' Q - f 1 : z - '- :- "f- .. an I .1 , 1 'jwkq - 'E lla Hi. ". 3 X. Q12 -, -' , . 'r 1--,QQ . -. l . . - 1 'B I f .f r ' -.. e Al w . 1 . . 4-f -1. ' 'I 1 .' 2 'Z is .3"- 11 : 3 f-11 Sw:-"f --re. .. 's...1 Q 'f i f s' Row 1, Left to Right: R. Lee, W. Kelly, P. Kramer, E. Marques, R. LaMonica, C. Marko, C. Marbury, J. Jordon. Row 2: M. Klein, B. Kaufman, G. LaFemina, M. Luba, K. Kronemberg, Y. Lambert, M. Massolena JOTBALL Row 1, Left to Right: Y. Lambert, Manocchio, C. Klemens. Row 2: M. Lawlor, M. LaMendola, E. Kubacz D. Manning, G. King, J. Juliano, B. LaMarca, B. Row 1, Left to Right: A. Palumbo, J. Navagh, F. McAniff, A. Miller, M. Nunnenkamp. Row 2: W. Nannery, A. Parsons, D. Mierez, R. Nixon, R. Murphy. , ,, . QM. , . . ,, Row 1, Left to Right: A. Rich, R. Peranio, D. Russo, L. Rebholx F. Ruberto, P. Silber. Row 2: B. McLachlan, R. Scott, W McDermott, W. Pitt, M. Pizarro, G. Rowland, T. Rose Row 1, Left to Right: B. Palansky, S. O'Rourke, D. Mingo, S. Minard, D. Nelson, V. Nicholson, R. McCray, G. Morant, P. Morgan, T. Nettles. Row 2: D. Mohammed, J. Murray, F. Moyers, R. McCray, G. Miraglia, J. Noble, A. McFarland Row 1, Left to Right: E. Scheffer, J. Ramirez, H. Powell, Q. Purdie, D. Pugh, L. Rand, A. Poole. Row 2: R. Richardson, E. Saunders, K. Reed, R. Richman, R. Plummber, Y. Poole, E. Schultz, J. Rapczyk ,.. mb' . 'fs-Y A . -Q I . .. 1 1' Eff' A - ,,,, 2 S.. B-L Z5 Q Row 1, Left to Right: A. Thompson, R. Smallwood, S. Thomas, A. Johnson, D. Thomas, B. Smith. Row 2: S. Strong, L. Sommer, C. Struble, M. Speller, J. Hilker, D. Sweetland, B. Slack Row 1, Left to Right: L. Soper, C. Thompson, K. Sandie, C. Tewksbury, B. Susewell, C. Sudler, W. Smith. Row 2: W. Strickland, S. Washington, F. Stewart, J. Sostre, B. Bowers, R. Thomas. Row 1, Left to Right: D. Williams, L. Woolsey, L. Williams, C. Vosper, S. Weiss. Row 2: J. Wright, A. Wright, R. Williams, J. Williams, M. Williams, C. Vann, J. Wiswall Row 1, Left to Right: F. Thornton, S. Thurman, J. Tucker, F. White, J. Todd, L. Urgent, S. Tobin, M. Young, D. Yancey. Row 2: J. Treanor, R. Vasquez, T. Toscano, F. Verni, L. Wirtenson, A. Wandell, S. Tolliver, C. Willenbrock 1 Lzzgfqp fx X, I M, , Vinny ff Q 2 2.15. NK rw '45 vw E The burning desire to Win never leaves the mind. That one determining factor always in the Way. Continously fighting fighting to the end and then . . . The agony of defeat that shows on the face Trying again and again to regain the energy Bring back the old surge remember it, remember it, and then . . . The sign of victory brightly shone The satisfaction of being redeemed The burning desire to win never left the mind. Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports 4 ll x v I ' k X - .af J QS'-I Q, . ,1 44. A v 1 I i ,, ix rr- A X Q 5 is qi N 'XX NX f ,, A , 49 If IA-1 . - dx X. -fr J! A -. ' ., .jlf !f"'f-' 1 frzyfle I ' I 1 - ,N A?-Q 'wilt . n J W XTX' X-. J ' xiii fb 's if No! X0 .go- - f X "f 13?-i' 7 . . . . - 'z Kid I5 f nf ff' f .Q . ' 1 'I f", X . f 'ix X f ' 7 KN?- f ff , , f ,f,,f',4ff Q. AX . I f J I fr ' . ff fyffzff J" f ail ' " I fl if L -Hx 17 - Q' x5S5ffQX' '- -,yyf f, I f -Hfpf! , . " Yfflf' -A 'Im " . vi - " K fjj I tk ...K i H ylgxui- KX. .',. ll, -Y E f.1'.1 -' :f in X w 5 ,Q l 4 . 'Q " 2-Q V ' - ' ' '-XX . .i A -1 -If wx wi 6 ,tif I, I A XQ :1w . It I , ,Nj ' ff - -' -, Ax N--x xfuff ' 5 ' ' ., 5 ' 'R - Ny ' --X-. ,-Iynaiyf K ' ,NN ,I 7' 3. ll ,H ,V .N NAV V' wvnfx ,A gx. A ,lily ,F 15. 'Ns . -QQ-g.v '53 r ' .gif - ,JL ' N EN. .-.-NAT. I HL .'v',, 'Q Alf- ie, 'vff,',l,?,Qf' '5 SQ' X . l 1 , H.. -5 at-f.11.:H X 5 , . f..',fl fa ffy- ' ' '1 . 2 '- ' " A,-14151. -I, ' XX X ' yfgififfig A - ' K -- l, ,.,,,'A. x - - , .5-gf l -11 l?j3QfI'k' , .TAIVJI QI- X, Q. Aw, . X, .Nl Oc,-gy, .,-Q4 qfrgf N A ,XQ- . viii, 4, 1:1241 I. K 1 . V- JJ. N . I 1 I I' QA- z lyk 1 K- - e , I. L 'Qi' f fs! -D - S X-VKX! . 4 '- --- 1 .xh- - nv, H .vw 2-N xv 0:- 1 ' ., K , .- X-xt 1 f ..,, I, s-5? SL-2 iii . :R . 1, ,..-L. xi... q'.g,.- . gf I. . J- .nw Cheerleaders The 76-77 cheerleaders were led by Varsity Captain Kathy Doherty and JV Captain Clare Keelan, with coach Miss E. Berning. The girls cheered at all football games, home soccer games, and all basketball games. This year we also attended some away soccer games. The members of the Varsity were Kim Yaskulski, Kathy Doherty, Colleen Doherty, Vicki Robinson, Vanessa Fields, Donna Nelson, Sharon Crocker, and Jackie Hauswirth. The members of the junior varisty were Clare Kee- lan, Linda Goodlin, Jennifer Caples, Debbie Sutton, Beth Brown, Laura Woolsey, Cathy Dastis, Sarah Stiansen, and "Sam" Alcala. 74 5'9" 4 , Q S'd??ff' , .W . x egg lea Q . iii . b I., . fl ..,.A v 5 X QM nw -',f iv 2- un. , - V' Sf :n 'LQ i Q A 75 Q. Q.. .ali Q. V- :J ,W 3 4 , , 'fp , C 4 L?57,,Z,,! X K f f, , ' ' 'ff-ff!-' L-5 11.1 ,QQ 242447 My Aj f , ,A N K I 1 Lf fWV37.1x,"?-gflg, , V , f' ' J f N6 L-pg, Cf'gjC', , , fp . ., 1 . I . Jn My ,L , 4,044 V fl 'fi V414 , , A . . ,, ' 'D L L 'M Qfs+f"Hv F441 X J H , .L , I .fi ,117 ,- ,iw ' M L - 'rv' 'Lf'7 , ,. 'V , 'L x ., ' A ,L Q., ,f71..,,j,!,f,1 : if - L' ., ,Lf 621415, ,-H. ,-,xl,,.,.f, ,V 6k.,,k.,.gg,L:,cv fghfl, If L A f - " 50 fldwyif ,iii 1 R ff' 4 , ',f:, r- wfk ,C " ,K .l,Q4,l.1, .i 4 ' 1 f' fzw-' L mi M 4 ,ggi i ,fr S wwe. ,. ,A Q, f L fr N5 . - ,, .uf ,.w.. K.. V' ,I "du, in .,,, ,, www -,, L. K -1 aw ,W.f,w. 1 f.f .JH ., ,, l21g,zi-igzgiaiifff in 1551, 4' V . N x W W, ,,, .k.,V i :V ' 1 me Track The Amityville Track team had a very successful season 52 fi? 'W ai . f gs., 1 if H- . ""f it .4 fl A, ,Y 5 fp. , Q W5 . ..X 9.3 5 , 'Y' e -3 finishing second in the league V and third in the confer- ig H C cw ,Q yy s eu s ence A track championship meet. "1- , Wi' A ' C' ii caif efn . s . Conference champions were Mark Holmes, a double win- +fsi2,,, u ,V efsi a 1 ner in the 100 yd dash and in the 200 yd dash, Jim Porr 440 , x 8' 'T if W iiff iiii yd dashg One Mile Relay team B. O'Donovan, D. StThomas, if ssdci ccccirrinrr g A t D. Bartow and J. Porr, the 880 relay team R. Beverly, B. 2 iiiy ' y A. A- W Devine, C. Allen, and Joe Beaulieu. 5 W A 1 ' 'bf Mark Holmes continued his winning performance by i becoming a double County champ at the Section XI meet. , .g 8 A The season scores were as follows: . 1 4 Q ' W 'J Opponent Amityville , iis A A B af, j C y ,, 48 .F.. M ...,,.,. , . ,V i 56 Babylon 85 ' "ii " 42 Comsewogue 99 , ff. 56 Glenn 85 A H.. 'A 78 Sayville 63 25 Wyandanch 110 78 L 1 Nil '. UW' W 4'6- xf .. ,..... 0 : wa X -..... W W fx. " 'NNT' r ' W L . x x K ., 1' , Q X Q- ., , v . 1 L hy. 1 1 "' ,., -. , 1 A-15 +1:fff'i L'L np-af: E-,.i.Q5v,fw V 'L J 1. - ,AW'.A , . . ' .. V . ...., M 1 mw- wf, ,2f.w+W..,, A El ,ef-J A, .W . ,A ,, izi, A H" .-, .f. uf, Q ' X f Q ,gegggwsgud -'1fu-same . agp. -me S ,sl fx fx + .5 4 A x Softball Row 1, Left to Right: E. Smith, V. Thomas, B. Scordamaglia Row 2: D. Costa, C. Dunleavy, D. Brown, C. Williams, D. Devin , C. Smith Row 3: E. Hetteich, C. Anglim, E. Urevich, A Burgess, R. Sullivan, J. Zimmerman Row 1, Left to Right: L. Owens, T. Ellis, C. Bean, D. Contreras, M. Stewart, L. Goodlin, S. Corey Row 2: Ms. Biggers, G. Stweart, S. Klemens, D. Andrews, C. McAllen, N. David, M. Barbato, D. Sut n, D. McElvoy, J. Hunt ...W The Varisty Handball team coached by Mr. J. Shebar, has had two very successful seasons losing only one game in the two seasons. In addition to being undefeated they were the Champs last year. The members of that team were Kapp Nicholson, Rodney Craddock, Tony Saunders, Keith Cargill, Jesse Little, Walter Hunter, Lenny Hunter, Corky Burris, Scott Rernbert, Tyrone Beach. Two of last season's all league selections were back for the 77 season. They were All- League second team singles - Walter Hunter and All League and All County first team first doubles team - Kapp Nicholson. Handball x , ' Q, ,Wy 1 6 'fe ' ' "-, :lie-,V i y PM w 01:51:35 - - ,, -'L f Ag. 'sw , .. ,,, ,1 f 'Bn xii: 4 w 5 4, 5, , u 43 L 1 'Wifi ' i ,... ,A :L H X H f .V '5 m L - ff ,, Um, .. ,, kg-47'-A H A N' i '--' - , -'Vfilw ?L'im'. , ,. . K QW 1' z ,, . m. ' 1 A . ff f ' , , , , ., ,, .. . ,S H - - ' I- W"h' ' , I .5 . ' W' ' . V , 32,3 , f , 5752, :Hn I :T YM V IA' I Kwai H I W 1 -,M A fb 1: . Q 7 H g 1. In .K I I K N ,NN In mg W 1' ,, K' I L' ,, ' Ps' f . fm L " 1 -A ' , 5 uv? ,Mm I ..-so ,,.k ,V,f V . K V . 1 NWS R... 2 mh - . , ' Q if.. Q. . . Ifg - fs as . , Q .. wif. - . .f 'ug . 1 gf. 1 ,f,,, ., 1 . iz . QQ.. 2 R Row 1, Left to Right: J. Ruiz, R. Williams, I. Mierez, R. Blaustein, P. Maragh Row 2: J. Vanek, D. Cruzil, J. Hauswirth, A. Zack, F. Santos, L. Mays Opponent Amityville O Bayport 0 0 Copiague 1 1 Harborfields 3 0 Sayville 1 0 Riverhead 1 0 Bellport 1 0 Islip 2 1 William Floyd 2 1 Longwood 2 1 Glenn 0 2 Islip 1 1 Harborfields 0 2 Glenn 3 0 Sayville 2 1 William Floyd 2 4 North Babylon 0 Varsity Soccer an N . K... .P s. PM Row 1, Left to Right: J. Mazes, S. Williams, M. Korduner, H. Arenas Row 2: K. Little, E. Willenbrock, D. Mierez, B. Pescitelli R Gomez, Mr. Forman The 1976-77 varsity soccer team, coached by Mr. Ralph Forman, seemed headed for a dismal season, fielding a young squad with just two starters back from last years team. An example of how young the team was, is the fact that two freshman started every game. The season started out great and before the team realized it, they were the only team in Suffolk county that had not lost a game. But with just five games remaining, Amityville suffered its first loss. In this game against John Glen, the teams goalie, Keith Little, was lost for the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury. Bruce Pescitelli did a great job guarding the nets for the rest season. The regular season ended with a 8-3-2 record, just one game out of first place. This was good enough for spot in the county playoffs, the second year in a row that the Warriors participated. In the first round of play, the team defeated Wm. Floyd by a score of 2-1. North Babylon, the eventual L.I. champs, were the Warriors next opponent. They proved to be too strong for the young squad as the game was lost, marking the end of a very successful year. With a little talent and a lot of Warrior spirit, the team felt that they accomplished a great deal. Five members of the team were selected to the League Five "All Star Teams". Joe Hauswirth and Ian Mierez were selected to All-league 2nd team, Keith Little, Rich Williams and Lester Mays were chosen to the All-league lst team, Williams was also selected to the All County team. Keith Little set a record for the most saves in one game with 35 against Bellport. Ian Mierez led the team in scoring with nine goals. By vote of the team members, Rich Blaustein, Keith Little, Rich Williams and Lester Mays were elected as the team captains. A special addition to the team was the play of Amityville's foreign exchange students, Domingo Crizul and Mike Korduner. J V Soccer 1 A - Wxiu.. Row 1, Left to Right: B. Miller, D. Yancey, J. Aiken, F. Gomez, P. Dunleavy, F. Verni, J. Noble, G. Davis Row 2: D. Sweetland, R Williams, O. Brooks, A. Collins, R. Raff, B. Smith, K. Budd, C. Gaines, B. Latimore, J. Treanor, C. Struble ...--1 My .mx , "pi l . JV Football xp 1' 1 ,yi .L I Row 1, Left to Right: W. Strickland, M. Luba, J. Corbett, S. Kaufman, M. Smith, K. Green Row 2: D. Benyman, M. Smith, M. McKinney, M. Wilson, M. Juiliano, R. LaMarca, R. Vasquez Row 3: Mr. Mullin, K. Early, F. Byrne, D. Heller, J. DePass, M. Mabina, G. Wheeler, Mr. Mattera 1 . K 6, ,, ' la, ,,., AK Row 1, Left to Right: R. Schlinger, B. Cusick, B. Maynard, K. Neal, R. Anderson, W. Watkins Row 2: R. Monahan, A. Ortiz, D StThomas, T, Mathis, A. Corapi, R. D'Alessio, R. Camacho Row 3: Mr. Neimi, R. Ebner, S. Washington, W. Struble, Shannon, P. LaBorne, R. Cheviot In one way or another each member of the forty-two man squad of the '76 Football team made a contribution to the total cause. This team had its troubles yet like all Amityville teams they put it together and became winners. Each player who put on a red and gray jersey also took on the responsibility - one based solely in pride. The season started with a non-league loss to East Islip followed by a league loss to Babylon. Before the East Islip game Tom Cheviot was given the jersey 4r31. His reaction was that it was something he really wanted and when you knew that your teammates voted for it and were behind you, you have a feeling of satisfaction and belonging. In the season opener against EI Gallo and Voliton were chosen as game captains. The game started off fairly close, with both defenses operating in high gear, and remained that way for most of the first quarter. Amity then lost control when the offense fumbled and made way for the opponent's first touchdown. Tom Cheviot scored two touchdowns of one and four yard runs. Dwayne StThomas also highlighted the Amity day as he scored on a blistering eighty-five yard punt return late in the first half. In the second Ted Mathis struck with a devastating eighty-five yard romp on the kickoff return. East Islip, however, came out on top of the 36-28 score. The ensuing week with Dwayne Meadows as captain, the TIDE played a charged up Babylon team. The game was dictated by defense on both sides. Amity had its chance to score late in the first half but was stopped by the clock. The TIDE ended up on the short side of 6-0. With the defensive line, composed of Scalise, Struble, Sheil, Fullan, Egan, and Watkins, creating hugh holes, Amityville shellacked a weak Port Jefferson team to start the winning season. In the game Ted Mathis replacing an injured Tom Cheviot at number two back did a spectacular job. Mathis took full advantage of the opportunity as he rushed for three touchdowns and rushed for 186 yards on twenty-one carries. Mathis also intercepted a Port Jeff pass and carried it into the end zone for still another TD. Amityville won 37-0. Next Amity traveled to John Glenn, the defending league champs, where the outcome was 19-18 despite one of the most awesome defensive lines in all of Suffolk county. This line was comprised of left tackle 6'4" Tom Cheviot, left guard 6'2" Chris Cannon, right guard 6'1" Rob Ebner, and right tackle 6'3" Jesse Little. From this point on they relinquished only 33 points. The TIDE though was quite acrimonious at its inability to complete a two point conversion which would have won the Glenn game. Amity had a shot at the Glenn game very near the end when Camacho dropped a perfect pass from StThomas on the five yard line and the drive was stalled. Amity bounced back and handed previously unbeated East Hampton an overwhelming defeat. Dwayne St Thomas took the opening kickoff and streaked 87 yds. down the right sideline for the first score. On the ensuing kickoff Roy Voliton recovered a mishandled kick on the East Hampton twenty-seven yd line. It took them just three plays to score as Pescitelli hit St Thomas with a perfect Row 1, Left to Right: K. Egan, C. Marques, M. Boyle, R. Williams Row 2: B. Pescitelll P Daley L Scalise B Fullan P Fahey D Gallo, E. McGuinness Row 3: R. Voliton, J. Rhyner, J. Little, C. Cannon, S. Sheil, Mr Maisel Mr Carpenter Varsity Football strike for the TD. Ortiz, Fahey, and D'Alessio played out- standing defensive games for Amity. Cheviot added ten more points and the outcome was 22-0. The following game was Homecoming with a tough Riverhead team. Ross Schlinger made a beautiful over the head catch of a pass that set up Cheviot's plunge and 8-0 lead. The TIDE then put the game out of reach with two TD in fourth quarter by Cheviot and Mathis. Ebner and Little were credited with out- standing showings which gave the TIDE a 24-0 shutout. The TIDE blitzed a weak Bayport team 46-8. Cheviot scored 38 points and Voliton had five interceptions. The offensive line was great as was the defensive led by Ebner and Mathis. The seasons final game was against Bellport. Before the game Voliton and Scalise were voted the 1976 team captains, the team's highest award. The game was never in doubt with the score 38-12. In this game Cheviot scored 24 points to give him a season total of 110 and second place in the county scoring. Tom Cheviot, Rob Ebner, Ted Mathis, Dwayne StThomas were named to the all League team. Cheviot was also named to the All Conference and All County team. i 90 ,Y fb ..',Q dVfi,. nassaui m X :askin ifiilm 4 If X WW 1, wks '. H.. .4 , 4.5 img N' ...lg :faki- :QE . 5 2415 . T' Sf i fs? .,,. :iffy .2 ,,::- x- ,. 5 A , ., L, Zi, mv , - krkkr iqpmmkig ' 1 "ff-"' , 'Q 'g,m:ww H-Q' "HES-if-'I-i'aJv--....... L A fi. 4. 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' f a f .., I. at 3 . is .- ' ' x"31?f'5-il i'."' 1 -.4,1........-.g. xref J fi A 1 .i-Mx. n .L its-'E ' " ' ' The Tennis team coached by Miss Brubaker, had an enjoyable season. The team was competitive in all their matches, but finished with a 1-6 record. TeamiCaptains were Chris Dunleavy and Toni Bean. The season was highlighted by strong performances by Susan Corey. Whether winning or losing, practicing or playing in a match, the team always had a lot of spirit and a lot of fun. Cross Country 92 Chadwick, R. Bartow, R. Hawkins, G. Rebholz, Mr. Doran Row 1, Left to Right: S. Henry, T. Tai, D. Jackson Row 2: D. Gerdjikian, J. Hockey Left to Right: N. David, N. Schmid, J. Azukus, A. Burgess, C. Burnett, N. Kretz, K. Roohan, W. Burgess, L. De11aPenna, J. McGehee, Miss Burns Miss Burns, coach of this year's Hockey team, gave them a lot of inspiration and instruction. Although the season was not a very successful one, the girls put up a strong fight. Annette Burgess was named most valuable player of the season. JV goals were scored by Jamie Caples and Alicia Poole. As the season progressed so did the skills and abilities of the players, therefore the girls are looking forward to next season. From Left: S. Barnes, D. I-Ioldorff, J. Gardner, A. Poole, M. Howard, Y. Poole, N. McFarland, M. Pizzaro, M. Barbara, Miss Burns. S 'X X - Q ,f sz , A - . 1.1 ' L -QT RX :J f ' 1 1 3 u , . H r,. 4-'gif' 1 w Q X X 1 Q A . fx 1 ,K x T X XV In . ,VAL . g',,y' I 4, ' f Lf ' ' Y. 5 fi Q ' M5 fy A Afwu -X - ,X 1: , xQ f Q V, w K3 1 X X, .K , X , Q, 1 . X. K WH ,V V, .LX ' ' , ag Q X K , , 94 I 1 I I 1 5 11 96 4 3 + -25? :sa ' SP1 I, Y W X Opponent Amityville 50 Bellport Woodlands Wm Floyd Harborfields Babylon Bayport Port Jeff Islip Riverhead John Glenn Sayville Wyandanch Longwood Lindenhurst Varsity Wrestling Row 1, Left to Right: P. Reyman, T. Tai, R. Lee, P, Dunleavy Row 2: R. D'Alessio, M. O'Ne1ll R Schlmger R Williams Row 3: R. Ebner, J. Porr, J. Hauswirth, M. Boyle, M. Luba The Wrestling team, was a team that will long be remembered by the wrestlers. The matmen were predicted to come in second to last place, but instead took the league championship. The conference and Shoreline cham- pionships also belonged to this team. In December, the matmen hosted the second annual Amityville Invitational Tournament. Four Amityville wrestlers made it to the finals, and all four were champions. They were Rich D'Alessio, Jim Porr, Joe Hauswirth and Rob Ebner. Rich Williams took a third and Bill Nelson took a fourth. The Tide grapplers then traveled to Half Hollow Hills for the HHH Christmas Tournament. Three wrestlers, Rich Williams, Rich D'Alessio, and Joe Hauswirth, grabbed second place honors. Rob Ebner grabbed third and Tyrone Tai took fourth. --In January, the matmen traveled upstate to compete in the Shoreline Tournament, featuring 24 of the top wrestling teams in the area. In this tourney, Ebner placed fourth, Rich Williams and Jim Poor took thirds, Hauswirth placed second and Rich D'Alessio and Matt Boyle both took first places. The entire team showed how well they could wrestle, as they brought the championship trophy back to Amityville. The following week brought a tough match against undefeated Islip. The Tide proved to be too strong, handing Islip its first loss and moving Amity into a tie for first place. One of the most exciting matches of the year came the following day, a match against a strong Riverhead team. With the match half way over the Tide grapplers found themselves well behind and headed for a loss. But with big wins by Porr, Luba and Boyle, Riverhead's lead was cut down to just four points. One bout remained as Amityville needed a big win from Ebner to pull off a victory. Ebner won his match by a score of 24- 10, giving the matmen enough points for a 25-24 victory. In the final match of the year, Amityville faced Lindenhurst who was ranked 8th in the county. The wrestlers went in with a strong desire to win as it was the last match for the seniors. The final outcome was a 26-20 victory for Amityville. Throughout the season the Tide showed spirit and a strong desire to win. It all payed off as the wrestlers finished with a 12-2 record. At the end of the season, the wrestlers competed in the conference tournament. Taking first place in this tourney was Rich D'Alessio, a second place was won by Matt Boyle, third by Joe Hauswirth and a fourth by Rich Williams. The following week the wrestlers competed in counties, where Matt Boyle took a fourth place. JV Basketball Row 1, Left to Right: M. Massolena D Beasley F White, T. Rose Row 2: D. Davis E Clark J LaMatca, G. Biggers, B. P6SCltBlll Row 3 B Pratcher, B. Cumberbatch, B Baines R Hawkins L. Wilson, S. Thurman Basketball Wrestling Opponent Amityville Opponent Amityville Woodbury 70 32 Bellport Woodbury Woodlands Bellport Floyd Islip Harborflelds Port Jefferson Babylon Woodbury Bayport Sayville Port Jefferson Harborfields Islip Babylon Riverhead John Glenn John Glenn Islip Sayville Wyandanch Lindenhurst Harborfields Sayville Wyandanch Babylon John Glenn JV Wrestling had Z L ' " if 9: ' 3 3 Ali '55 '-FW , . ef-N e fi QQ ., V f ff-- , M ' 2 xx N Vkkl V X ma r i! fx , :I A. ef 'Jfl If R , ., e . ' K ,. . K i x.. f wi if-iw s '-, 5 "' f ,,.' g 2 M A.V ,g ,, , A ' M,.W .-e xx ,, Donkey Basketball Game u gh' Opponent Amltyvllle 66 Copiague Copiague Wyandanch Lindenhurst Bellport Islip Port Jefferson Sayville Harborfields Babylon Wyandanch John Glenn Islip Harborflelds Sayville Babylon John Glenn Wyandanch West Babylon Varsity Basketball Row 1, Left to Right: J. Mazes Row 2: J. Wilson, P. Fields, R. Voliton, K. Commerce, S. Washington, Coach Schmitt, J. Williams This year's Varsity Basketball team coached by Mr. Jack Schmitt finished the season with a 12-7 overall record. The Warriors placed second in League V. After loosing the non-league opener to Copiague, the team found difficulty in the Christmas Tournament. Since there were only four men returning from last season, there was much work to do. The team worked with different combinations until they found the winning one. As the league season opened they were ready to go. Before the season was over they proved their strength and accomplished several firsts. With a good victory over Islip the Warriors were ready for the second week of league play. Possibly too ready for when Sayville came to Amity we let them take home the victory. It was then made clear to the team that as the rest of the week would go so would the season - it was all right there. Amity traveled to Harborfields and showed the fans that they knew what they wanted. At Harborfields they played Amity basketball and showed them their first defeat 83-75. Next was Babylon on the home court. Amity was ready and two time Long Island Champs Babylon fell to defeat. Lester Mays scored the last minute basket to put the game in overtime which he and Jim Wilson ran very successfully. C Probably the most remembered game of the season will be the Wyandanch game on the home court. Both teams needed the game for the playoffs and second place. Wyandanch felt it had edge for they had beated Amity twice. Amity was ready for they wanted to be in the playoffs. The Amity Warriors played the game of the season with the final score being 110-95. It was the first time in years that an Amity team scored over 100. It was by far the most exciting game in many a year. Andy Voliton scored the basket which put Amity over the 100 mark. The following week Amity met West Babylon in the playoffs. The game was held on their home court and they outplayed the Warriors. Kai Commerce and Keith Little were named to the All League team. Kai was the season's high scorer, while Jeff Williams led the team in rebounds. This season Amity enjoyed having great depth on the bench for the second team was every bit as good as the first. Lester Mays, Andy Voliton, Peter Fields, Ray Howell or Jeff Mazes came from the bench many times to fill key spots and pleased the coach and the fans with their outstanding performances. With the rebounding of Jeff Williams and Jim Wilson, the ball-handling of Keith Little and Peter Fields, scoring of Kai Commerce, Jeff Williams and Keith Little, and the defensive play of Voliton and Kapp Nicholson, Amity proved to be a winning team. This combination was assisted by the off-the-bench rebounding of Ray Howell, scoring and defense of Andy Voliton, scoring of Lester Mays and outside shooting of Jeff Mazes. Row 1, Left to Right: Miss Burns, L. Owens, J. McGehee, C. Kelly, S. Tolliver, K. Harris, V. Faulkner, N. Kretz, J. Navagh, Miss Brubaker Row 2: L. Bean, N. David, S. Ellis The Girl's Volleyball team, coached by Miss Brubaker had a good season, Amity began the season very strong by winning all the non-league games. Amity placed third in the Officials Tournament held in November. The highlight of the season was the win to Babylon with games of 15-9 11-15 and with determination a third game of 15-7. This was a regular game after the Babylon team had beaten Amity in the tournament. The season ended with a 10-5 record. The JV team had a good season also with a league record 4-3. OVW ,V WQMZ7 Qm.,x.'5 '9'k'xLKMXW L ,q,,,g,!c:f.fv. ff! ,fi bm. ,L ,tidy 4 xr- .1 - itll? flzvft ' V, IDMOQK :ix ' ' iii C' Y I X ' yfxof OMLA ,. , Q cn., 7 f . , ' QQYLVC fyftmi JL f ' 67 AQHA U!! 0 , X Acvbpk QF! . . ,fam ,LL I ,, 5' M' ' ,e f 'X I. bfliljlivfcljlkf I A794 V,f'QLf3flCLfl, , .Lax AXJCIL CCJQU Q nii 'v fw' ffpcaali avflbm. . W! f' 517211 JN! i fVerft.oQff wee O' T . . Lf C M' f' f . f. ' . f' 711 '7 . I f 'J . 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I an ROY VOLITON FRANCES WARD GEORGE VOSPER JEANNE WAGNER WILLIAM WATKINS KAREN WALSH DEBRA WERBECK 136 KAREN WHITE ERIC WILLENBROCK DAVID WILLIAMS SHARI WISCHNIE KAREN WILLIAMS BARBARA WOMMACK RICHARD WILLIAMS KIM YASKULSKI THERESA WILLIE KATHERINE YOUNG JAMES WILSON SUSAN ZIEGENFELDER 137 CAROLYN ADAMS BRENDA AIKEN Chorus 2 ROBERT ALBERS Football 2 PAMELA ALBRIGHT Tennis 25 Amityville Singers 2 AMELIA ALLEN Amityville Singers 35 Photography Club 2, 3 CAROL ALLEN GINA ALLEN "Gerosa" Human Relations 25 Chorus 2, 3 BRUCE AMODIO CHIRS ARAVENA DEBRA ASELTINE "Debbie" INGRID ATKINSON JOYCE AZUKUS Hockey 2, 45 Basketball 25 Volleyball 25 Drama 45 Echo 4 JODY BALDWIN Library Club 25 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girl's Ensemble 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 3, 4 MARIA BARBA "Ria" Hockey 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Drama 45 Echo 45 Human Relations 4 MAUREEN BARBATO Softball 2, 3 RICHARD BARTOW Track 2, 8, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 4 MICHAEL BASKIND Baseball 2 JACQUELINE BAYON "Jackie" Key Club 3, 45 Drama Club 3, 45 Human Relations 3, 45 Echo 4 ANNETTE BEAN "Toni" WARRIOR 45 Echo 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Human Relations 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 CECILIA BEAN "Cece" Human Relations 2, 35 Pep Squad 35 Echo 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Chorus 25 Softball 3, 45 Basketball 45 Amity Singers 45 Tennis 3 JOSEPH BEAULIEU "Joey" Track 2, 3, 4 PAMELA BEDFORD "Pam" Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls En- semble 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Amityville Singers 3, 4 LEON BELLAMY "Lee" OLGA BENLOSS PAMELA BENYMAN JOHN BERGEN Football 4 FREDDIE BLAKELY RICHARD BLAUSTEIN "Blau" Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Math Team 3, 45 Human Rela- tions 2, 35 Echo 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, Pres. 45 Drama 4 DAVID BLOND JOSHUA BLOOM Tennis 2, 3, 45 Echo 3, Sports Ed 45 Human Relations 45 Key Club 45 Math Team 45 Honor Society 45 DOROTHEA BRANDON "Rita" STEPHANIE BRANSON Volleyball 25 Softball 2, 35 Secre- tarial Squad 3 LINDA BRAY Chorus 25 Softball 4 SANDRA BRIGHT "Dimples" Chorus 25 Softball 4 MARVIN BROOKS Wrestding 3, 4 DENZIL BROWN 138 ANNETTE BURGESS "Rabbit" Hockey 3, Capt. 45 Vol- leyball 2, 4, Capt. 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 4 J EANETTE BURGESS CAROLYN BURNETT Hockey 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Amity Singers 3, 45 Girls Ensemble 3, 45 Honor Society 4 CAROL BURNETTE "Tiny" Basketball 4 CARL BURRIS SHARON BUSH Tennis 45 Key Club 4 BERNARD BUTTS RICHARD CAMACHO "Ricky" Football 3, 45 Baseball 45 Echo 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4 ROSEMARY CAMPS "Ro" CHRISTOPHER CANNON "Chris" WARRIOR 45 Foot- ball 3, 45 Peer Counseling 3, 45 Track 4 JAMIE CAPLES Volleyball 35 Hockey 45 Student Govt 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, V. Pres 45 Key Club 45 Track 4 ANNETTE CARSWELL "Bones" Library Club 3, 4 JOANN CASCIO "Jo" THEODORE CAVANAGH YASMINE CAYEMITTE "Yas" JOHN CHADWICK "Chad-Nasty" Cross Country 3, 45 Track 45 Ski CLub 3, 45 Honor Society 4 THOMAS CHEVIOT "Tom" Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2 RACHAEL COLLINS "Rockin DEBORAH CONTRERAS "Debbie" Volleyball25 Softball 2, 3, 4 ROSETTA COTTEN "Thorp" Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Softball 25 Tennis 4 JEFFREY COUNCIL "Count" Football 35 Drama 4 ALAN CREWS MEG CRICHTON "Megatron" Chorus 2, 3 DOMINGO CRIZUL Foreign Exchange Student entered 45 Soccer 45 Human Relations 4 CHRISTIAN CURCIO "Rick" Wrestling 2, 3, 4 RICHARD D'ALESSIO Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 4 WAYNE DANIELS Track 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Bowling 2, 35 Chorus 2, 45 Mixed Ensemble 3, 45 Seekers Club 3, 45 Amityville Singers 2, 3, 4 ANNE DASTIS Chorus 25 Human Relations 35 Art Club 35 Math Team 3, 4 PERRY DAVENPORT FRANK D'AVOLIO GUY DELANEY STEPHEN DELANEY LOREN DELLA PENNA "Lori" Hockey 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Drama 45 Key Club 45 Italian Club 3, 4 DONNA DE NARDO DONALD DENZLER "Denz" Baseball 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Echo 4 BRADLEY DEVINE Track 2, 3, 4 RICHARD DIXON MAUREEN DOERNER Hockey 2, 35 Volleyball 25 Basket- ball 2, Honor Society 8, V. Pres. 4: Student Govt Treas. 4, Drama 3, Warrior 3 ROBERT DOOLEY JACQUELINE DOUGLAS Tennis 2, Human Relations 4, Key Club 4, Echo 4 JOHN DRAGHI "Dragnasty" Tennis 2, 3, Astronomy Club 3, Math Team 3, 4, Echo 3, 4, Italian Club 3, 4, Honor Society 4, Baseball 4 JANET DRAYTON "Slim" Chorus 2, 3, 4 DONNA DRESCHER Volleyball 2, 3 CHRISTOPHER DRUTJONS Cross Country 2, Wrestling 2, Track 2, Echo 4 CHRISTINE DUNLEAVY "Chris" Softball 2, 3, 4, Ten- nis 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Library Club 4 ANTOINETTE EARLY "Ann" Drama 3, 4, Peer Coun- seling 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Human Relations 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, ROBERT EBNER "Satch" Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4 KENNETH EGAN Football 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM END Ski Club 4 LINDA EN RIGHT "Lynn" Ski Club 3, 4, Key Club 4 SCOTT ERATH Soccer 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Key Club 4, Chess Club 4 MICHAEL ERLWEIN WESLEY ETHERIDGE "Mrs Lee" Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Library Club 3 PETER FAHEY Football 3, 4 CAROL FALKOWSKI "Twinkie" Library CLub 2, 3, 4, Secretarial Squad 4 JOSE FERREIRA ANTHONY FICARA Wrestling 2 ELIZABETH FIN K "Liz" Library Club 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM FOWLER Wrestling 2 SHARON FRANKLIN Drama 4, Library Club 3 JEFFREY FRATTI Ski Club 3, 4 MANUEL FREITAS "Manny" Baseball 2, 3, 4 BRIAN FULLAN Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Echo 3, 4 DEAN GALLO Football 2, 3, 4 ALLEN GARDNER PATRICIA GARRETT "Pat" GAY GAYER Hockey 3, Human Relations 2, Ski Club 4 DAVID GERDJIKIAN Band 2, 4, Astronomy Club 3, 4, Radio Club 3, Cross Country 4 DENNIS GERDJIKIAN Radio Club 3, Astronomy Club 3 GENE GIORDANO Photography Club 3, Drama 3, Ten- nis 2, Chorus 2, 3, Band 3 DOREEN GLOVER Chorus 2 THADDEUS GOLSON "Sugar Bear" Track 2, 3 DOUGLAS GORGONI "DoobieWah" Baseball 3, 4, Dra- ma 4 RICHARD GOSS DONALD GRANT PATRICIA GRANT DEBBIE GRAY Softball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3 NATHANEIL GRAY "Nat" Wrestling 2, 3 CLEMANTINE GRAYSON "Tina" Spanish Club 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Softabll 3, 4 ROBIN GREGORY Human Relations 2, 3, Echo 3, NYS- SMA 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Library Club 2, Peer Counseling 4, Stage Band 2, 3 ELEAN OR GRIFFIN "Dale" Orchestra 2 CARLA GRITTAN I Tennis 2, Bowling 2, Soccer Statisti- cian 3, 4, Drama 4 CAROLYN HAITH IAN HAMMES "Ham" Chess Club 3, 4 SUZANNE HARPER HAROLD HARRIS JOSEPH HAUSWIRTH "Joe" Soccer 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4 CARREY HENRY PETRO HENRY SHARON HERTZ Hockey 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Math Team 3, 4, Human Relations 4, Peer Counseling 3, 4 FRANCINE HETTERICH "Fran" Basketball 2, 3, Hockey 3, 4, Ski Club 4 DENISE HILL "Neciey" SUSAN HODGES "Hop-a-long" GEORGE HOLZMACHER Seekers Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4 RAYFORD HOWELL Entered 3, Basketball 3, 4 THOMAS HUDSON LYNN HUGGINS "Huggie" Student Govt 2, 3 RENEE HUMPHREY Graduated 3 LEONARD HUNTER SCOTT HUNTER Echo 4, Track 4 JOHN IANNO Human Relations 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, Student Govt. V. Pres 4, Cross Country 2, Warrior 2, 3, Class Pres. 4, Peer Counseling 3, 4 EDWARD IMBERT "Ed" MICHAEL INGENITO "Mike" Football 2, 3 DAYORLE JACKSON "Crutch" Cross Country 2 DONNA J AWOROWSKI Library Club 3, Volleyball 2, 3 NATHANIEL JOHNSON "Nicky" Chorus 2, 3 BILLY JONES Math Team 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4 GREGG KAN GESIER MAUREEN KELLY Entered 4 CHARLES KLEIN Band 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, Ski Club 4 KEVIN KNOX MIKAEL KORDUNER Soccer 4 NANCY KRETZ "linebacker-legs" Hockey 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 2, 3, 4, Cheering 3, Class Sec 2, 3, Student Govt Pres 4, Key Club 3, Treas 4, Expressions 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4 HUMPHREY KRONEMBERG "Kimo" Entered 3, Bas- ketball 3, Manager 4 139 ROBERT KRUG PETER LA BORNE Football 4 TERESA LA FEMINA Twirling 3 KEVIN LAMBERT Track 2, 3 DOUGLAS LAMM CLAUDIA LANG BRIAN LA RODA KAREN LATZA Spanish Club 4, Honor Society 4 BRITON LAWLOR "Brit" Key Club 3, 4, Human Rela- tions 3, 4 BRIDGETTE LEWIS HOLLY LEWIS "Holly-lou" Orchestra 2, 3, Library Club 2 JOHN LISI Baseball 2 ANTHONY LITTLE "Keith" Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4 JESSE LITTLE Football 3, 4, Handball 2, 3 HAROLD LLOYD "Harry" Band 2 LINDA LOGAN CHRISTOPHER LUKKEN "luke" Band 2, 3 DAVID LUMPKIN DONNA MALABO JAMES MALLARD Track 2, 3, Amity Singers 2, 3, Band 2, 3 JEFFREY MANDELBAUM PETER MARAGH Soccer 2, 3, 4 CHRISTIAN MARQUES Football 3, 4 JOHN MARTENS "J.J." Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Echo 3, 4 THEODORE MATHIS "Ted" Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2 LESTER MAYS "Toil" Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4 JEFFREY MAZES "Sunshine" Soccer 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4 CYNTHIA McALLAN "Bahunkus" Swimming 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Softball 3, 4 VICTORIA McAVOY "Vickie" KAREN McCRAY "Neicy" CLAYTON McCULLOUGH ANDREW McDERMOTT DARREN MCDONALD 4 NORMA McFARLAND SH ERIE McFARLAND JENNIFER McGEHEE Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4 MARIE MCGROGGAN "Groggan" Volleyball 2, 3 KENNETH McKINNEY Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Amityville Singers 2, 3, 4, Seekers Club 4 DWAYNE MEADOWS Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Amityville Singers 2, 3, 4 Tennis 3, 4, Echo 3, Honor Society "Nikki" Hockey 2, 3, 4 "Jenny" Softball 2, Hockey 3, 4, 140 VIATIANO METOYER "Tony" CHERYL MIEREZ Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 3 BRIAN MILLER "Sid" Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, NYSSMA 2, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Drama 4, Human Relations 2, 3, 4, Seekers Club 4, Honor Society 4, Echo 4 ROSALIND MILLER SANDRA MILLER "Sandy" Twirling 2, 3,,4, Drama 4 RENEE MILLS ROBERT MITCHELL "Bob" Soccer3 ROBERT MONAHAN Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND MONTELIONE "Ray" Echo 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4 DIANA MORLEY Tennis 2, Twirlers 3, Capt 4, Drama Club 4 PERRY NELSON WILLIAM NELSON "Slick" Band 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3 JOHN NEMETH WANDA NETTLES "Wendy" ROSS NEZIN KEVIN NICHOLSON "Kapp" Basketball 2, 3, 4, Band- ball 2, 3, 4 LOVETTA NIXON "Loretta" Track 3, Photography Club 3 KIM NORRIS Human Relations 2, 3, Echo 3, Pep Squad 3, Drama 4, Peer Counseling 4 ANTHONY ORTIZ "Tony" Football 2, 3, 4 IRA OSKOWSKY "Head" Radio Club 3, 4 FREEMAN PAYTON "Monk" Basketball 2 GWENDOLYN PAYTON "Bug" Softball 2, Basketball 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4 ROBERT PEDRETTI "Creek" Baseball 2 SALLY PEMBERTON "Sal" Volleyball 2, Soccer Statis- tician 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Key Club 4, Expressions 4, Warrior 4 CAROL PERMICEO EDWARD PERNAL JOSEPH PIGNATARO LINWOOD PITT MARIA PIZARRO "Ria" JAMES PORR "Jimmy" Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4 VINCENT PUCCIA Italian Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4 MICHAEL RHODES JOAN RICHARDS "Joanie" MICHAEL RICHMAN "Mike" Baseball 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Drama 4, Echo 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4 ROMONA RISCOE "Mona" Human Relations 2, 3, Class Pres. 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Girls Ensemble 3, 4, ECHO 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Warrior 4, Peer Counseling 4, NYSSMA 2, 3, 4, Ex- pressions 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, All County Orchestra 3, 4, LI String Festival 3 MARGARET ROBERTS "BooBoo" Chorus 2 BETTY ROBINSON Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Treas 3, Sec. 4, Echo 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Peer Counseling 3, 4, WARRIOR Co Editor-in-Chief 4, Human Relations 3 GEORGIA ROBINSON Entered 3, Human Relations 3, 4 JAMES ROBINSON SANDRA ROBINSON "sandy" Entered 4, Echo 4, Dra- ma 4, Expressions 4 KATHLEEN ROOHAN Hockey 3, 4, Student Govt 4 WILLIAM ROSSITER Echo 3, 4, Radio Club 3, Ex- pressions 4 DAVID ROWAN Entered 3 DWAYNE ST THOMAS "Saint" Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 2 RALPH SAN TORO HENRY SASS "Joe" CARLOS SAUNDERS Track 2, 3 LOUIS SCALISE "Lou" Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4 JAMES SCARANGELLA DIANA SCHEFFER "Dino" JOHN SCHLINGER "Ross" Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4 NANCY SCHMID Cheerleader 2, 3, Softball 2, Hockey 4, Volleyball 4, Drama 4 BEVERLY SCORDAMAGLIA "Mouse" Cheerleaders 3, Hockey 2 MICHAEL SCOZZARI FRANCINE SEAMAN Expressions 3, 4, Class V. Pres 3 Echo 3, 4 THOMAS SEMLIES PAULA SENNERT SHAWN SHEIL Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4 JOHN SIN GLETON DENNIS SIRY GLENN SLACK "Farmer" Tennis 2, 3, 4 CYNTHIA SMITH "Cinbad" Softball 2 ELEANOR SMITH "Smiky" Softball 2, 3, Basketball 2, Chorus 2 ARTURO SOSA LISA STEINBERG Entered 4 JOSEPH STEVENS MONICA STEWART Chorus 2, 3, 4, Expressions 4, Soft- ball 3, 4, Girls Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 2, NYSSMA 3, 4, Echo 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, WARRIOR Assistant Editor 4 WILLIAM STRUBLE "Stroble" Football 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling 2, Track 2 FRANKIE SULLIVAN "Reina" Volleyball 2, 3, Basket- ball 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Softball 2, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, NYSSMA 3, 4, Girls Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 2, 3, Peer Counseling 3, 4, WARRIOR Co-Editor-in-Chief 4 . ! MITCHELL TANNENBAUM "Mitch" Basketball 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Echo 3, 4, Math Team 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4 SHARON THOMAS "Shay" Band 2, 3, 4, Human Rela- tions 2 STANLEY THOMAS "Yank" WAYNE THOMAS JEFFREY TODD LARRY TOMANELLI Baseball 2, 3, 4, Echo 4 KATHLEEN TREAN OR SINAIDA UGRINSKY JOHN VANEK Baseball 2 KNYVETT VAN GHENT Echo 3, 4, Volleyball 4 JAMES VERNER SUSAN VIGNATI REGINA VITERELLE "Ginny" Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Echo 3, 4, Ski Club 4 STEVEN VITOLANO "Sleeve-o" Band 3, 4, Echo 3, 4, Human Relations 3, 4, Stage Band 4, Honor Society 4 ROY VOLITON "Bolitman" Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, WARRIOR 3, 4 GEORGE VOSPER J EANNE WAGNER "Jannie" Human Relations 3, Peer Counseling 3, 4 KAREN WALSH "Walch" DEBRA WALTERS Chorus 2, 4, Basketball 2, Drama 3 FRANCES WARD "Fran" Math Team 3, 4, Expressions 3, 4 WILLIAM WATKINS "Wad" Football 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4 DARREL WEISMAN DEBRA WERBECK "Butterfly Lady" KAREN WHITE "Katt" Chorus 2 ROBIN WHITE Entered 4 ERIC WILLENBROCK "Fric" Soccer 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 4, Human Relations 3, Drama 4 DAVID WILLIAMS "Drummer" JOHN WILLIAMS KAREN WILLIAMS RICHARD WILLIAMS "Rich" Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4 TERESA WILLIE JAMES WILSON "AWB" Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3,4 SHARIE WISCHNIE "Wish" Hockey 2, 3, Twirling 2, 3, 4, Math Team 2, Library CLub 2, Drama 4, Honor Society 4 BARBARA WOMMACK "Barb" KIM YASKULSKI Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Drama 4, Echo 4, Tennis 3, 4 KATHERINE YOUNG "Kathy" SUSAN ZIEGENFELDER "One-up" Human Relations 2, 3, STP 2 141 Merpark Pharmacy mickey ls so Merrick Rd. 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Richard Honig White Tornado Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Santoro Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Permiceo Amityville Varsity Cheerleaders LAB-LAW Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fink Mr. and Mrs. William Scordamaglia Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon Seaman Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Smith Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Siry, Sr. Mrs. Gwenn M. Smith and Carrie Good Luck, DeeDee Mr. and Mrs. A. Fraker and Family Best of luck, Patti Mr. Anthony Versley William G. Smith Jr. The Thomas Family Mrs. Doris Ruly Mrs. Maria Harris Mr. William Harris Jr. Mr. Moley Gene Harris Miss Stephanie Thomas Mrs. Beatrice Miller and family Mrs. Fanny Wright Mr. Ben Edwards Mrs. Ella M. Fitzgerald The Baldwins Ena Barbanes Uncle Ben The Pemberton Family Caples Car Service Farewell my friends, Love Sally Baub Maynard Rossi-baby I love you Jamie and Sally - Baub's Angels 145 H' Pontiac A ff RICHARDS PONTIA C INC. MERRICK RD. Sz BAYVIEW AVE. AMITYVILLE, NEW YORK 516 264-6800 212 895-2816 DELTA PHI SIGMA 1976-77 Ojjicers Pres. - Pat Garrett V. Pres. - Maureen Barbato Sec. - Maria Barba Treas. - Nancy Kretz Joanne Cascio Lori Della Penna Kathy Roohan - Camera Girl Nancy Schmid Bev Scordamaglia Sue Vignati Stephanie Branson Donna Malabo Sandy Robinson Sweethearts Billy Nelson Bob Pedretti John Vanek Richie Williams DeDe Fraker Carrie Ann Frost Diane Ketcham Beth Lloyd J eanie Gray Diane Holdoff Debbie Keller Carolyn Klemens J Nancy Bonaventura - Flower Girl Syacy Cavanagh - Flower Girl Sue Klemens Nancy David - Sunshine Girl DeDe Domin Carolyn End ill Manacchio CONGRATULATIONS to CLASS OF 1977 Mfr. and Mfrs. Sam Williams and family BEST WISHES to CLASS OF 1977 from A FRIEND 146 5 fZZfZlLZ?fl07Z5' , 2 . SA WM W Jim fffofw My VM sr Qm?jJZw Maw xwogwjwfo Wg? 'L ,,,A..6fVfb,!4j,,f xqiigixyijg Qggfwwjy W'14?3Y3w1 ww M 'QVAQEYQ 402, 41 my f4x,:g,w,f?jllLw6QL?WQ JmQf GEMM g?ciwJ dpi?-19,3 J"'fl7'gza,7cH5zu2z ffWfQMQMl 'x' Q5q?k"' K ff9fM.L4f.1f , . is MWVQQZZYMQ ifV WC Q 6!i.wgf X977 Q F E as Q 1 Q 4 x '4 4 fi 1, 5 ? 5 9 . 3 E 5 l I L? M4 Qin Y" fi gn v r. 11 , -..1-mlwgq w .J f-,, 1'---4 K Q Q k , . ,, ,wk K . Aw, N.,-1. ,- -wrfcxiy ., 1. ,f,., msmfz . 2 H.. .'--, ,,., , if .NK x, .4 -fi -iw, w 150 Class of 1977, I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks to you - first - for your cooperation with the many forms, surveys, measurements, deposits, orders, pictures, and books we have handled over the year, second - for the assistance I received from many of you in the designing of this yearbook. There are several people I would like to thank individually - Renee Sullivan and Betty Robinson for their work and ideas as editors - Monica Stewart for the many hours of work including those over vacation time - Chris Cannon for his help with pictures, identifications, page arrangement, and suppor- tive help in many other areas - Mr. Sam Williams for his assistance as a candid sports photographer - Mona Riscoe for her typing services - Mrs. Sachs for her assistance with the art staff - Rich Blaustein for helping with many last minute details - Richie Williams for his Writeups of sports - Rob Ebner for his assistance with the sports section - Andy Voliton for his assistance with the general workings of the book - my classes for their understanding and coop- eration fespecially the fourth periodl - the varsity football team for that special gift I will cherish I i , In closing I wish each and everyone sulccess, health and happiness. Sincerely, Elizabeth Berning 152 5? N1 Q . Sli MH? 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Rosario, V. Robinson, K. Rodwell. Row 2: R. Raff, B. Pescitelli, J. Pitt, G. Rabinowitz, C. Rios From Left: S. Sampsom, D. Sorkin, R. Rugen, B. Scheffer, C Smith, C. Speller Row 1, Left to Right: G. Wheeler, K. Young, S. Wilczek, A. Wirtensen. Row 2: T. Tai, R. Vosper, A. Zack, J. Walton, W. Wichleman 1 Row 1, Left to Right: S. Stainsen, D. Sutton, J. Tyler, S. Weber, D. Trollinger, D. Washington. Row 2: A. Tiller, A. Tobin, E. York, K. Winn rsxxissvsszsev xgissszasaai W : .f Row 1, Left to Right: C. Bassett, H. Arenas, S. Ballan, Y. Adams, D. Albers, L. Bean, B. Appling, J. Bage. Row 2: J. Albers, A. Bellamy, S. Barnes, L. Andrews Row 1, Left to Right: R. Albright, Y. Bellamy, J. Bartunek. Row 2: D. Benyman, C. Brown, K. Anthony, B. Baines, S. Best Row 1, Left to Right: L. Bullock, R. Boglione, K. Breen, C. Bochicchio, K. Brennan, D. Buffalino. Row 2: K. Dumpson, N. Burnett, D. Burrell, K. Brooks 66 Row 1, Left to Right: A. Brockington, P. Butts, J Brantley, B. Brown, C. Brooks, K. Coyle. Row 2: C. Booth M. Brown, L. Burrell, K. Budd, C. Brockhoff, M. Boyle, G Biggers, K. Bryant Row 1, Left to Right: G. Carter, M. Cayemitte, I Byndloss, E. Callaghan, P. Cammaroto, S. Carroll, W Camacho, E. Cannarella, A. Chery Row 2: M. Cornell, J Corbett, E. Clark, H. Clinton, S. Corey, D. Carpenter, R Archer Row 1, Left to Right: P. Clark, D. Callendar, C. Carpenter, E. Caban, D. Caban, C. Canerossi. Row 2: W. Caupain, B. Claytor, K. Catchings S 2 -is its' Row 1, Left to Right: K. Davis, R. Davis, D. Dickerson. Row 2: J. Costa, W. Barton, E. Devine, D. DeYoung, J. Dixon, G. Davis, B. Butts . ,JJ A ' K I Row 1, Left to Right: I. Cruz, S. Davenport, S. Deming, A. Finetti, D. Davidson, C. Dastis. Row 2: D. Davis, J. Devine Row 1, Left to Right: P. Fahey, P. Dunleavy, G. Garcia, R. Gomez, E. Drutjons, K. Frazier, D. Fairley, D. Gonzalez. Row 2: L. Donaldson, K. Douglas, V. Faulkner, K. Early, J. Golson, G. Evans .W gf Row 1, Left to Right: J. Gardner, G. Duncan, E. Gonzalez, A. Ficara, P. Fogarty. Row 2: M. Gannon, B. Frisby, O. Franks, J. Gati, R. Garlo, R. Fullan, P. Garrett, G. Egan ' 67 Row 1, Left to Right: J . Jenkins, W. Hopkins, R. Goward, A. Johnson, V. Hooper, J. Gray. Row 2: L. Jackson, K. Harris, B. Hudson From Left: J. Granville, D. Hunter, C. Janssens, D. Jacaruso, S. Grayson, E. Jackson, L. Goodstein, J. Hauswirth, P. Jamison, M. Granville, K. Hunter, C. Hunter QI Row 1, Left to Right: T. Griffin, D. Holdoroff, P. Howard, P. Hodges, G. Jones, D. Jones, W. Jones. Row 2: K. Green, E. Jackson, A. Greenfield, L. Holzmacher ,5 ' , -... C j:-,.2...,s..53 'j,.' - on nf-.fe ' 'vg a ' - .v .. ' vi' -- .. "E, gf .seg "r 51 N fy,-A 1, . -, N. -. - 'J' ' . M i fi 'nga-.ie-,W-'KM 4 N kj' ,ny-5 .233 ff,-31' . I J. 3 13. , .,4. .W .u -,,. at 1 . - -9-If .M .. V-.':-g'!f'. ggigggw gfrff .1 ,, '- gpg, ' P A 2. 1. 1 . ig: so Q: fx. qi: J. . . . M- .4 , ii ..... r ' Q . . fl .. Z- 5 'Q v - . f f '- is - I' V" "9 K mari. J Y if." i 'Q' 3 I mu' N 1 by ,qv ,., A , K. . V . Q , K J 'A i . , X- - " - jr? Q i f ' e 5 I? Q , L. ml I r H' 5 s Q ff fs g Q 1 r x lj fy '1-' '-X. . 'ef "REQ f QW. . iQf.5v"'f1.i4:5:111' . ' 3. -'H ' -'- V, .V Tarn 'f '53m,Wi'33 EiHsB "Fa, N ' 1 'wi f q,p.:...r'.g..1 if ' J ' " ' Row 1, Left to Right: R. Lee, W. Kelly, P. Kramer, E. Marques, R. LaMonica, C. Marko, C. Marbury, J. Jordon. Row 2: M. Klein, B. Kaufman, G. LaFemina, M. Luba, K. Kronemberg, Y. Lambert, M. Massolena I I JD Txfill Row 1, Left to Right: Y. Lambert, D. Manning, G. King, J. Manocchio, C. Klemens. Row 2: M. Juliano, B. LaMarca, B. Lawlor, M. LaMendola, E. Kubacz Row 1, Left to Right: A. Palumbo, J. Navagh, F. McAniff, A. Miller, M. Nunnenkamp. Row 2: W. N annery, A. Parsons, D. Mierez, R. Nixon, R. Murphy. WC? i Row 1, Left to Right: B. Palansky, S. O'Rourke, D. Mingo, S. Minard, D. Nelson, V. Nicholson, R. McCray, G. Morant, P. Morgan, T. Nettles. Row 2: D. Mohammed, J. Murray, F. Moyers, R. McCray, G. Miraglia, J. Noble, A. McFarland - V i "mf , . K , ,, ,, . f JJ' Row 1, Left to Right: A. Rich, R. Peranio, D. Russo, L. Rebholx F. Ruberto, P. Silber. Row 2: B. McLachlan, R. Scott, W McDermott, W. Pitt, M. Pizarro, G. Rowland, T. Rose Row 1, Left to Right: E. Scheffer, J. Ramirez, H. Powell, Q. Purdie, D. Pugh, L. Rand, A. Poole. Row 2: R. Richardson, E. Saunders, K. Reed, R. Richman, R. Plummber, Y. Poole, E. Schultz, J. Rapczyk i Q 9 Row 1, Left to Right: A. Thompson, R. Smallwood, S. Thomas, A Johnson, D. Thomas, B. Smith. Row 2: S. Strong, L. Sommer, C Struble, M. Speller, J. Hilker, D. Sweetland, B. Slack Row 1, Left to Right: L. Soper, C. Thompson, K. Sandie, C. Tewksbury, B. Susewell, C. Sudler, W. Smith. Row 2: W. Strickland, S. Washington, F. Stewart, J. Sostre, B. Bowers, R. Thomas. Row 1, Left to Right: D. Williams, L. Woolsey, L. Williams, C. Vosper, S. Weiss. Row 2: J. Wright, A. Wright, R. Williams, J. Williams, M. Williams, C. Vann, J. Wiswall Row 1, Left to Right: F. Thornton, S. Thurman, J. Tucker, F. White, J. Todd, L. Urgent, S. Tobin, M. Young, D. Yancey. Row 2: J. Treanor, R. Vasquez, T. Toscano, F. Verni, L. Wirtenson, A. Wandell, S. Tolliver, C. Willenbrock 1 f ggi W 'Q' , Q K ' xx f YKEW Z' ' '21 1,5 . V 2:f.,,,.v-.W-' 4 Wie I A L -FIX. . - ' V ,aw 'L ,, -.vif- 47 ,ff sf: if A v ,A -1, ,X ' I . if 'QI 71 The burning desire to Win never leaves the mind. That one determining factor always in the Way. Continously fighting fighting to the end and then . . . The agony of defeat that shows on the face Trying again and again to regain the energy Bring back the old surge remember it, remember it, and then . . . The sign of victory brightly shone The satisfaction of being redeemed The burning desire to Win never left the mind. l Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports Sports J' uv' ' , . if J . lm 1 I' ... V X I S N N ' X -L Q 0 'XX X- 1 , , . L 0 X X N X ff' ' ' w .ff f ,.j!,,Z1 -,k :-f-,QNX V ' - ' ,X QF- .gf ' .1 J X KX, XX J A xi. 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'nov' Cheerleaders The 76-77 cheerleaders were led by Varsity Captain Kathy Doherty and JV Captain Clare Keelan, with coach Miss E. Berning. The girls cheered at all football games, home soccer games, and all basketball games. This year we also attended some away soccer games. The members of the Varsity were Kim Yaskulski, Kathy Doherty, Colleen Doherty, Vicki Robinson, Vanessa Fields, Donna Nelson, Sharon Crocker, and Jackie Hauswirth. The members of the junior Varisty were Clare Kee- lan, Linda Goodlin, Jennifer Caples, Debbie Sutton, Beth Brown, Laura Woolsey, Cathy Dastis, Sarah Stiansen, and "Sam" Alcala. 74 g N ws: ,, L VW fx -f g,!Q ' ff ff Wgsqww 'W 1 ,,,f Af"'f'f , . , g g 1 f lfL A. K' . At gf s TV h L.f, ,.,, V fn JH 1 75 4 1 '41, 4 ff " ,f , 1 J, ., ,yf f , ,rap Y-,Ziff ff , , ,-' f' , , X . --'P Y f' 3 V 4' w?r29cZY'Lf?f3.g Z ,:Y,l+ 77 N' X ' , ' ' '5' "UQ f' , W ,, A' x V- j Q ,i ,L if 4. f e x-l'Cz'1-mf . . L ' fr 'N ' A .1 f- .-4.1 fic' ,j,g,',WL.,j K jwdl fj I 'H fy 47, . -'f fir ' L 1" I" Hb 'gf f, 'V . I '. ' , 'f D 0 L 1 ,V,LV,7m,5,p4,1. . ff QL lik-,565 M , N , , "1 .ff 'H' K: Ill' 1 A ff X f . V' "M JN 'L ,gm Lg, if 1 ,ax ,, L .Nall ,L- f V , X X, 4 W H- H , Ja "C-'iff . I I i Q-V gif? ",gL5if:Q ,- f ,V K, .ML my , nf' , , A ' 1' 'U . X iafc-fyzw' ' X Qi' , 5 ,w Sb V .E W f y VP in . fi sez. L Af. 'Q Z? I L,,X N-,, sv iw ,K L, . ,,,, ,E f. , 4 W W4 Yflsu . Pr ' 'lf .:-ffvm , X1-. W ,- X- -5 w l, 4 -if-ff 7-+f':.x-get V -un, 55 . N A M. .- . + .1 ,.. ,, "1 K ' ff Ellifnsfff V' Track uf..-. Vat" -7 x The Amityville Track team had a very successful season finishing second in the league V and third in the confer- ence A track championship meet. Conference champions were Mark Holmes, a double win- ner in the 100 yd dash and in the 200 yd dashg Jim Porr 440 yd dashg One Mile Relay team B. O'Donovan, D. StThomas, D. Bartow and J. Porrg the 880 relay team R. Beverly, B. Devine, C. Allen, and Joe Beaulieu. Mark Holmes continued his winning performance by becoming a double County champ at the Section XI meet. The season scores were as follows: Opponent Amityville 48 Islip 93 56 Babylon 85 42 Comsewogue 99 56 Glenn 85 78 Sayville 63 25 Wyandanch 110 78 V gg K 'zig gy M F ,W Q. , - 3.211 ,xii 3 Q f . I an K 1 gf H r 5. .. ' 1 V.. -, Q, - F , in a-K If-. . - 1 , - V., ,ur A . A ,,,, . ,pfs an , ' G 1 , - .fr 1 ff . , 1 ,, . g 1' . f l ag, , J , . z,. ' 12 .v - r aging! 4 1 . ...gi 'HN M - 2 ,,,, it ' 23. ., gi gp. f ir i If 1 .,, 1 l fl-4, V as- F M N, 3 .1 . , f .E .. ., fsf.. , g.. r 'W T, .V W IV7 5 NL F, ' r H , , ,.. .as .nm saw A t In Q' ' W 390 ' ..., - ' . , .. , W A A. . ...- . . .,- M- l s, . I N " 4' 2 fs- -ra. Q B,iqS'cfA was ,.. .K L W 'Q -. 6,6 W ' a " j NW ..., - DMM me Www: W ' '. M7 - v., 'Cue A ' Xi K j Vw f-'.' '-ff., .f" is - " " jgxgilfif ZW' --Bw -5+ X X . . -r as an sa ff W Q., -.Q K-vwggi Sw' Q Nm., . Qu, N. ' N. W, ,Q Ru: f ...I 5' - 1 , ' N ' ' 'N :HK .. 4 W, M 1: Lhck V if L' ,QAQ-' ,,W V L31 . af' I. ,, w .. KV? kyyf ,f r X ' . ' 1' 5 ff? ' vf iv K J J :is ,gb if ,,.. , , . 11 'L ' Softball Row 1, Left to Right: E. Smith, V. Thomas, B. Scordamaglia Row 2: D. Costa, C. Dunleavy, D. Brown, C. Williams, D. Devine, C. Smith Row 3: E. Hetteich, C. Anglim, E. Urevich, A Burgess, R. Sullivan, J. Zimmerman .1 i ,ia-. if , Row 1, Left to Right: L. Owens, T. Ellis, C. Bean, D. Contreras, M. Stewart, L. Goodlin, S. Corey Row 2: Ms. Biggers, G. Stweart, S. Klemens, D. Andrews, C. McAllen, N. David, M. Barbato, D. Sutton, D. McElvoy, J. Hunt The Varisty Handball team coached by Mr. J. Shebar, has had two very successful seasons losing only one game in the two seasons. In addition to being undefeated they were the Champs last year. The members of that team were Kapp Nicholson, Rodney Craddock, Tony Saunders, Keith Cargill, Jesse Little, Walter Hunter, Lenny Hunter, Corky Burris, Scott Rembert, Tyrone Beach. Two of last season's all league selections were back for the 77 season. They were All- League second team singles - Walter Hunter and All League and All County first team first doubles team - Kapp Nicholson. Handball N w J, . way 2 m NM 2 ,ww :Q if' , -Vfzonxw nw. T, .W - V x N Q, in ,Y 4 LL,, .wig-f ' "lz:,L1sif.g: 2,1 A my ,, L ,ff , X' .ii 1 , aefgz, 5, V Q I4 A 1,4 Y. K ,mL.,, . ,, LLZZZ ,, V,u:,LV H ,, , g ' , . V, . .1 ,,,k wg I K ' . ihi ,VSV . w n 1 f I W M vi. nw Hg, ff, rg'7h,,,k , 'M 3: ' W - ,437 fa fe: f f, N in gf...v , L,,, W VV:hh K gmwi ., 1 A M Si . .,.r. , fy. H - 3' '- E 2591 Wy., "' Q' K, I ,,.. ' M? M K f A gd W - w- K . A ,Q W.. L1i,, , V , ,, .,l, ,W ,zz K A ff A,LL 4 km, ew- H . fa-ww. ya, JH ,W 1 ,, X " fm. w 'I ,, .Q , 9-of fshiiazuza wiiwsl 402:25 If QM ,v g-P' - Rig - x 5, ,,.,, , I P sf Q Row 1 Left to Rlght J RUIZ R Wllhams I Mlerez R Blausteln P Maragh Row2 J. Vanek, D. Cruzil J I-Iauswlrth A Zack Opponent Amityville Bayport Copiague Harboriields Sayville Riverhead Bellport Islip William Floyd Longwood Glenn Islip Harborfields Glenn Sayville William Floyd North Babylon ,gi r Vofrszty Soccer Row 1, Left to Right: J. Mazes, S. Williams, M. Korduner, H. Arenas Row 2: K. Little, E. Willenbrock D Mierez B Pescitelli R Gomez, Mr. Forman The 1976-77 varsity soccer team, coached by Mr. Ralph Forman, seemed headed for a dismal season, fielding a young squad with just two starters back from last years team. An example of how young the team was, is the fact that two freshman started every game. The season started out great and before the team realized it, they were the only team in Suffolk county that had not lost a game. But with just five games remaining, Amityville suffered its first loss. In this game against John Glen, the teams goalie, Keith Little, was lost for the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury. Bruce Pescitelli did a great job guarding the nets for the rest season. The regular season ended with a 8-3-2 record, just one game out of first place. This was good enough for spot in the county playoffs, the second year in a row that the Warriors participated. In the first round of play, the team defeated Wm. Floyd by a score of 2-1. North Babylon, the eventual L.I. champs, were the Warriors next opponent. They proved to be too strong for the young squad as the game was lost, marking the end of a very successful year. With a little talent and a lot of Warrior spirit, the team felt that they accomplished a great deal. Five members of the team were selected to the League Five "All Star Teams". Joe Hauswirth and Ian Mierez were selected to All-league 2nd team, Keith Little, Rich Williams and Lester Mays were chosen to the All-league lst team, Williams was also selected to the All County team. Keith Little set a record for the most saves in one game with 35 against Bellport. Ian Mierez led the team in scoring with nine goals. By vote of the team members, Rich Blaustein, Keith Little, Rich Williams and Lester Mays were elected as the team captains. A special addition to the team was the play of Amityville's foreign exchange students, Domingo Crizul and Mike Korduner. JV occefr' is ,9- X E5 iififfi 6 he I"'f ' f Row 1, Left to Right: B. Miller, D. Yancey, J. Aiken, F. Gomez, P. Dunleavy, F. Verni, J. Noble, G. Davis Row 2: D. Sweetland, R. Williams, O. Brooks, A. Collins, R. Raff, B. Smith, K. Budd, C. Gaines, B. Latimore, J. Treanor, C. Struble JV Football Row 1, Left to Right: W. Strickland, M. Luba, J. Corbett, S. Kaufman, M. Smith, K. Green Row 2: D. Benyman, M. Smith, M. McKinney, M. Wilson, M. Juiliano, R. La.Marca, R. Vasquez Row 3: Mr. Mullin, K. Early, F. Byrne, D. Heller, J. DePa.ss, M. Mabina, G. Wheeler, Mr. Mattera Row 1, Left to Right: R. Schlinger, B. Cusick, B. Maynard, K. Neal, R. Anderson, W. Watkins Row 2: R. Monahan, A. Ortiz, D. StThomas, T. Mathis, A. Corapi, R. D'Alessio, R. Camacho Row 3: Mr. Neimi, R. Ebner, S. Washington, W. Struble, K. Shannon, P. LaBorne, R. Cheviot In one way or another each member of the forty-two man squad of the '76 Football team made a contribution to the total cause. This team had its troubles yet like all Amityville teams they put it together and became winners. Each player who put on a red and gray jersey also took on the responsibility - one based solely in pride. The season started with a non-league loss to East Islip followed by a league loss to Babylon. Before the East Islip game Tom Cheviot was given the jersey 4231. His reaction was that it was something he really wanted and when you knew that your teammates voted for it and were behind you, you have a feeling of satisfaction and belonging. In the season opener against EI Gallo and Voliton were chosen as game captains. The game started off fairly close, with both defenses operating in high gear, and remained that way for most of the first quarter. Amity then lost control when the offense fumbled and made way for the opponent's first touchdown. Tom Cheviot scored two touchdowns of one and four yard runs. Dwayne StThomas also highlighted the Amity day as he scored on a blistering eighty-five yard punt return late in the first half. In the second Ted Mathis struck with a devastating eighty-five yard romp on the kickoff return. East Islip, however, came out on top of the 36-28 score. The ensuing week with Dwayne Meadows as captain, the TIDE played a charged up Babylon team. The game was dictated by defense on both sides. Amity had its chance to score late in the first half but was stopped by the clock. The TIDE ended up on the short side of 6-0. With the defensive line, composed of Scalise, Struble, Sheil, Fullan, Egan, and Watkins, creating hugh holes, Amityville shellacked a weak Port Jefferson team to start the winning season. In the game Ted Mathis replacing an injured Tom Cheviot at number two back did a spectacular job. Mathis took full advantage of the opportunity as he rushed for three touchdowns and rushed for 186 yards on twenty-one carries. Mathis also intercepted a Port Jeff pass and carried it into the end zone for still another TD. Amityville won 37-0. Next Amity traveled to John Glenn, the defending league champs, where the outcome was 19-18 despite one of the most awesome defensive lines in all of Suffolk county. This line was comprised of left tackle 6'4" Tom Cheviot, left guard 6'2" Chris Cannon, right guard 6'1" Rob Ebner, and right tackle 6'3" Jesse Little. From this point on they relinquished only 33 points. The TIDE though was quite acrimonious at its inability to complete a two point conversion which would have won the Glenn game. Amity had a shot at the Glenn game very near the end when Camacho dropped a perfect pass from StThomas on the five yard line and the drive was stalled. Amity bounced back and handed previously unbeated East Hampton an overwhelming defeat. Dwayne St Thomas took the opening kickoff and streaked 87 yds. down the right sideline for the first score. On the ensuing kickoff Roy Voliton recovered a mishandled kick on the East Hampton twenty-seven yd line. It took them just three plays to score as Pescitelli hit St Thomas with a perfect Row 1, Left to Right: K. Egan, C. Marques, M. Boyle, R. Williams Row 2: B. Pescitelli P Daley L Scalise B Fullan P Fahey D Gallo, E. McGuinness Row 3: R. Voliton, J. Rhyner, J. Little, C. Cannon, S. Sheil, Mr Maisel Mr Carpenter Varsity Football strike for the TD. Ortiz, Fahey, and D'Alessio played out- standing defensive games for Amity. Cheviot added ten more points and the outcome was 22-0. The following game was Homecoming with a tough Riverhead team. Ross Schlinger made a beautiful over the head catch of a pass that set up Cheviot's plunge and 8-0 lead. The TIDE then put the game out of reach with two TD in fourth quarter by Cheviot and Mathis. Ebner and Little were credited with out- standing showings which gave the TIDE a 24-0 shutout. The TIDE blitzed a weak Bayport team 46-8. Cheviot scored 38 points and Voliton had five interceptions. The offensive line was great as was the defensive led by Ebner and Mathis. The seasons final game was against Bellport. Before the game Voliton and Scalise were voted the 1976 team captains, the team's highest award. The game was never in doubt with the score 38-12. In this game Cheviot scored 24 points to give him a season total of 110 and second place in the county scoring. Tom Cheviot, Rob Ebner, Ted Mathis, Dwayne StThomas were named to the all League team. Cheviot was also named to the All Conference and All County team. Ln. mimi u-numw.-nun-un 1 156. 1?Y'n 5 Emil ll - 5 ,ix ii WI, , , ,,kJ,.,N1 .,,,. , ,R , If I ,,,.' .idx L J .:...,.,1g'f,KW 1..A f -, ,fr 1 -vu-'har-'rea f Sl l -.....,... 5"---1 Q Filiiff c ' 6 70-Q , , Q1 1.1 1 ' Q k ,, 5. . I 'cur 1 ..., W ,,k:L:Vi: M52 ,.X., Q im l1 --QM-MW I V in 1 4. -. , 'uw - .Na+ . - -. Mg. I ,,.. ze rvumrlullmnnwmapqu ' Q gain' 1 J ms Q R 1 """"" . W A ' . gm Y! ZZYI' -' . 5 l if ,Q .. . . ',.x , QZQ. , kbgrw ' is ,- x::V., .2 . 7Z 0W 7,fLMwA 9' 'JAM 5 x 2 1 f6"7i Zgelm, W 5311 . . - if Q f'3?'e. fx- W , Sw , I 5 W ' .' V , k" M A sim, ' "' ."4 lil .,: .mp x j K :iw Kg? vnlannq-,g A 5 -"'- "f"'-, 1is!,v:!-9,153 2 nu-rv'-vw-u ,..Q,':!"""'a'iW"N09K Vfiihllli, I 1 V I-lcsfrzrx 3---mQ1f.-A"""'5'?1.:i?'ga'F.......'-- ' ' 'MMU' t j' hxllunuwgullnaqqu ,.., X fx" 1. -f.-.....-..-11,2 ff . 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TeamiCaptains were Chris Dunleavy and Toni Bean. The season was highlighted by strong performances by Susan Corey. Whether winning or losing, practicing or playing in a match, the team always had a lot of spirit and a lot of fun. I Cross Country Row 1, Left to Right: S. Henry, T. Tai, D. Jackson Row 2: D. Gerdjikian, J Chadwick, R. Bartow, R. Hawkins, G. Rebholz, Mr. Doran 92 Hockey Left to Right: N. David, N. Schmid, J. Azukus, A. Burgess, C. Burnett, N. Kretz, K. Roohan, W. Burgess, L. DellaPenna, J. McGehee, Miss Burns Miss Burns, coach of this year's Hockey team, gave them a lot of inspiration and instruction. Although the season was not a very successful one, the girls put up a strong fight. Annette Burgess was named most valuable player of the season. JV goals were scored by Jamie Caples and Alicia Poole. As the season progressed so did the skills and abilities of the players, therefore the girls are looking forward to next season. From Left: S. Barnes, D. Holdorff, J. Gardner, A. Poole, M. Howard, Y. Poole, N. McFarland, M. Pizzaro, M. Barbara, Miss Burns. I WA x , X X 15 '-fp.: . KV V 'wi X X X f ff M ? '.7,, Msn X - 'Rm ' .N 1 X N :' QQ! .QV ,XJ It vx f KN, . :A V A Jx U, ' . lwf - X RFQ . fi, Y JW , 1,3 f X , XA: ' ,, '53 1 .K f xi Q 94 il., - ,M-I l x 2 2 96 g 5 Opponent Amityville 8 50 Bellport 18 Woodlands 31 17 Wm Floyd 35 19 Harborfields 28 21 Babylon 24 27 Bayport 20 19 Port Jeff 24 22 Islip 24 24 Riverhead 25 22 John Glenn 35 17 Sayville 26 8 Wyandanch 52 24 Longwood 40 17 Lindenhurst 23 Vafrsfity Wrestling Row 1, Left to Right: P. Reyman, T. Tai, R. Lee, P. Dunleavy Row 2: R. D'Alessio, M. O'Ne1ll R Schlmger R Williams Row 3: R. Ebner, J. Porr, J. Hauswirth, M. Boyle, M. Luba The Wrestling team, was a team that will long be remembered by the wrestlers. The matmen were predicted to come in second to last place, but instead took the league championship. The conference and Shoreline cham- pionships also belonged to this team. In December, the matmen hosted the second annual Amityville Invitational Tournament. Four Amityville wrestlers made it to the finals, and all four were champions. They were Rich D'Alessio, Jim Porr, Joe Hauswirth and Rob Ebner. Rich Williams took a third and Bill Nelson took a fourth. The Tide grapplers then traveled to Half Hollow Hills for the HHH Christmas Tournament. Three wrestlers, Rich Williams, Rich D'Alessio, and Joe Hauswirth, grabbed second place honors. Rob Ebner grabbed third and Tyrone Tai took fourth. In January, the matmen traveled upstate to compete in the Shoreline Tournament, featuring 24 of the top wrestling teams in the area. In this tourney, Ebner placed fourth, Rich Williams and Jim Poor took thirds, Hauswirth placed second and Rich D'Alessio and Matt Boyle both took first places. The entire team showed how well they could wrestle, as they brought the championship trophy back to Amityville. The following week brought a tough match against undefeated Islip. The Tide proved to be too strong, handing Islip its first loss and moving Amity into a tie for first place. One of the most exciting matches of the year came the following day, a match against a strong Riverhead team. With the match half way over the Tide grapplers found themselves well behind and headed for a loss. But with big wins by Porr, Luba and Boyle, Riverhead's lead was cut down to just four points. One bout remained as Amityville needed a big win from Ebner to pull off a victory. Ebner won his match by a score of 24- 10, giving the matmen enough points for a 25-24 victory. In the final match of the year, Amityville faced Lindenhurst who was ranked 8th in the county. The wrestlers went in with a strong desire to win as it was the last match for the seniors. The final outcome was a 26-20 victory for Amityville. Throughout the season the Tide showed spirit and a strong desire to win. It all payed off as the wrestlers finished with a 12-2 record. At the end of the season, the wrestlers competed in the conference tournament. Taking first place in this tourney was Rich D'Alessio, a second place was won by Matt Boyle, third by Joe Hauswirth and a fourth by Rich Williams. The following week the wrestlers competed in counties, where Matt Boyle took a fourth place. Basketball Wrestling Opponent Amityville Opponent' 70 32 Woodbury Woodbury Bellport Islip Port Jefferson Woodbury Sayville Harborfields Babylon John Glenn Islip Wyandanch Harborfields Sayville Wyandanch Babylon John Glenn JV Wrestling JV Basketball Row 1, Left to Right: M. Massolena, D. Beasley, F. White, T. Rose Row 2: D. Davis, E. Clark, J. LaMatca, G. Biggers, B. Pescitelli Row 3: B. Pratcher, B. Cumberbatch, B. Baines, R. Hawkins, L. Wilson, S. Thurman Bellport Woodlands Floyd Harborfields Babylon Bayport Port Jefferson Islip Riverhead John Glenn Sayville Lindenhurst Amityville 34 33 61 5 18 11 23 25 47 42 23 22 "fm . , ew, ay. , ,N 1' , .vw fe. . ..6wJ..4,.xzf" -f 1 if hw ' 5 e a 3 a eae ,IQ my :i,: Eii VVL' VA, e ee ae ,,,f E '::14 a 'A' J a ' V 5 4-Q . , je w K, We . K My ew fum" Donkey Basketball Game -5 T Opponent Amltyvllle 66 Copiague Copiague Wyandanch Lindenhurst Bellport Islip Port Jefferson Sayville Harborfields Babylon Wyandanch John Glenn Islip Harborfields Sayville Babylon John Glenn Wyandanch West Babylon Varsity Basketball Row 1, Left to Right: J. Mazes Row 2: J. Wilson, P. Fields, R. Voliton, K. Commerce, S. Washington, Coach Schmitt, J. Williams This year's Varsity Basketball team coached by Mr. Jack Schmitt finished the season with a 12-7 overall record. The Warriors placed second in League V. After loosing the non-league opener to Copiague, the team found difficulty in the Christmas Tournament. Since there were only four men returning from last season, there was much work to do. The team worked with different combinations until they found the winning one. As the league season opened they were ready to go. Before the season was over they proved their strength and accomplished several firsts. With a good victory over Islip the Warriors were ready for the second week of league play. Possibly too ready for when Sayville came to Amity we let them take home the victory. It was then made clear to the team that as the rest of the week would go so would the season - it was all right there. Amity traveled to Harborfields and showed the fans that they knew what they wanted. At Harborfields they played Amity basketball and showed them their first defeat 83-75. Next was Babylon on the home court. Amity was ready and two time Long Island Champs Babylon fell to defeat. Lester Mays scored the last minute basket to put the game in overtime which he and Jim Wilson ran very successfully. Probably the most remembered game of the season will be the Wyandanch game on the home court. Both teams needed the game for the playoffs and second place. Wyandanch felt it had edge for they had beated Amity twice. Amity was ready for they wanted to be in the playoffs. The Amity Warriors played the game of the season with the final score being 110-95. It was the first time in years that an Amity team scored over 100. It was by far the most exciting game in many a year. Andy Voliton scored the basket which put Amity over the 100 mark. The following week Amity met West Babylon in the playoffs. The game was held on their home court and they outplayed the Warriors. Kai Commerce and Keith Little were named to the All League team. Kai was the season's high scorer, while Jeff Williams led the team in rebounds. This season Amity enjoyed having great depth on the bench for the second team was every bit as good as the first. Lester Mays, Andy Voliton, Peter Fields, Ray Howell or Jeff Mazes came from the bench many times to fill key spots and pleased the coach and the fans with their outstanding performances. With the rebounding of Jeff Williams and Jim Wilson, the ball-handling of Keith Little and Peter Fields, scoring of Kai Commerce, Jeff Williams and Keith Little, and the defensive play of Voliton and Kapp Nicholson, Amity proved to be a winning team. This combination was assisted by the off-the-bench rebounding of Ray Howellg scoring and defense of Andy Volitong scoring of Lester Mays and outside shooting of Jeff Mazes. Row 1, Left to Right: Miss Burns, L. Owens, J. McGehee, C. Kelly, S. Tolliver, K. Harris, V. Faulkner, N. Kretz, J. Navagh, Miss Brubaker Row 2: L. Bean, N. David, S. Ellis The Girl's Volleyball team, coached by Miss Brubaker had a good season, Amity began the season very strong by winning all the non-league games. Amity placed third in the Officials Tournament held in November. The highlight of the season was the win to Babylon with games of 15-9 11-15 and with determination a third game of 15-7 . This was a regular game after the Babylon team had beaten Amity in the tournament. The season ended with a 10-5 record. The JV team had a good season also with a league Volleyball record of 4-3. Vcjovgww, ii VX Qvxx - , , QlN,,k,J5 lg5,k.xs-.KiN71 6 Q fl!'l,.x1i T342 ft!-1 LZAA, -IL, C f N- JV . .1 We f f , ' . ' 1 ' A A V ., Aw" Lygrl f4':XA"l jyc C U Aiwa? CV-My 6 SZQCMJJZ , 'LCA-Ai LfffgZJ'9j K VACfV.Vvl' , ci y lgfwffo 12 MS fr l ff 6- W 7 C f K J, jfggfvicifkf - "U f 97' L :fag ,L4Jc'f' 'NW ' A X 3,6-fi, f ' ' fl . f' W 'Z Vf ,Ml Wfhf., f .X fylff V, EXTCLLV IJ 4 l L. ,CVVUJJQX VAT O Y ffl. 1 .Mfr I-L1 t lx f ' f ' ' N ' Q "A ff j 5 ,f Lf.4,.fC, V ,If U . in QT Row 1: Miss Brubaker Row 2: R. Vitarelle, R. Cottenl ow 3: T. 7 Bean, A. Burgess, G. Payton, D. Pugh Row 4: C. Dunleavy, L. DellaPenna, S. Corey 104 Basketball Row 1, Left to Right: T. Grayson, C. Burnett, R. Cotteli, C. Bean, A. Burgess Row 2: Miss Burns, G. Payton, C. Speller, T. Bean, S. Corey, S. Tolliver ' Row 1, Left to Right: L. Alves, W. Burgess, J. Gardner Row 2 A Handy, S. Ellis, K. Harris, K. Davis Row 3: G. Steward, R Humphrey, D. Pugh, L. Owens, S. Barnes, Miss Brubaker 105 vi is Mitch Tannenbaum Most Likely to Succeed RhBl ' Q? Qf5f4f1ffLf5g.+f"'fgfffff.i7Wf' www? M0525 Afrtzsgfw Q'fLQl,Qi6' Dennis Siry Sally Pemberton Bill Rossiter Best Personality ,nl ll x Ross ,l . Schlinger Jamie Caples Rich Williams 'Q i ll Wi 9 I H V' 1 ,, 4 1 I Wy 1' gum ,Q I L v"""1 ' xl l 3 H , l s wx 1' 1 1, r 1 5 -If fi if-1' ,Q .5 N , W W 1 w Q a W Jlfexfi


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