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Page 89 text:
All Stars. Bottom row: Marie Cunningham, Margaret Cun-
ningham, Debbie Ciratzinger. Second row: Kelly Williams,
Surnease Wilson, Lois Moleski, Karen Mclntyre. Third row:
Cindy Pagano, Chris Denardo, Terry Duffy, Kim Rieser.
Fourth row: Jessica Trainor, Kim Kauffman, Ciina DiCiio-
vanni, Stacy Fourth, Eileen Hoban. Fifth row: Tonja Slepian,
Theresa Wilson, Kathy Wiant, Holly Ciourley. Top row: Dee
Smith, Joanne Garvey, Stephanie Edwards, Dee Cummings,
Mr. Miller warns Miss Volpack, "Heads up: here it comes!"
The crowd awaits breathlessly to see who recovers the ball.
Page 88 text:
The All Stars Game is an an-
nual sports event which always
creates fun and spirit. The op-
posing teams are the coura-
geous faculty members showing
great sportsmanship in their
struggle with the best of the
student basketball players.
Almost every year, the students
win but Jolly Jean's Giants
always put up a good, if
sometimes unusual, fight. This
year they lost by a score of 57-56
in the final seconds of an out-
Faculty Team, Bottom row: Miss Volpack,
Mrs. Lochhead. Second row: Sister Rose
Christine, Father Durante, Sister Mary,
Sister Frances. Third row: Sister Mary
William, Mr. Fosbenner, Ms. Woods, Sister
Chris, Ms. Biello, Sister Mary Judith. Top
row: Mr. Hutchinson, Mr. Gola, Mr. Miller.
Theresa Wilson tries to work her way through the faculty defense. The confidence of the faculty was boosted by their
Page 90 text:
The varsity members are: Bottom Row: Cathy
Cialdo, Donna Weidenmiller, Jodi Robinson, Arnita
DeShields, Pege Mota, Lynda Davis. Second Row:
Charlene McCue, Margaret Sortino, Tamara
Milburn, Amy Marrical, Calista Lewis, Cindy Mota,
Lisa Witalec, Sandy O'Brien, mascot, Sister Fran-
ces Ratay, S.S.J. moderator, Third Row: Donna
The J.V. members include: Bottom Row: Kimberly
Crallen, Kathy Riley, Tracey Artese, Jami Robinson,
Tamara Milburn. Second Row: Natalie Ray, April
White, captain, Kim Austin, Frannie Crescenzo,
Jeneen Ciccimaro. Third Row: Kelly Robinson,
Julie Bilynsky, Chandra Calhoun, Lori Reed,
What It Takes
Where would the basketball team be
without Hallahan's cheerleaders? These
high-spirited girls practice very hard to
achieve togetherness, skill and drive.
They help to create a school spirit in the
crowd and lead the team into a victory.
Clever routines, often performed at half-
time, keep Hallahan fans proud.
Routines like this are a contributing factor in Hallahan's basketballgamesq
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