Ellsworth High School - Jester Yearbook (Ellsworth, ME)
- Class of 1981
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The class of 1981 would like to thank Mrs. Guinta for her help in making our high
school years more productive. Not only was she available to help with junior prom
decorations by making tissue flowers, but she also gave us all a boost in spirits
when nothing seemed to be going right. She continued to advise our class while taking
a year off to continue her education and we are very grateful for all her efforts.
Thank you, Mrs. Guinta, for your advice and aid.
Class of 1981
SENIORS NOT PICTURED:
TAMMIE ANDERSON DONALD NICKERSON
RON CORMIER ANN SARGENT
OWEN FARREL TROY TAINTER
GEORGE FULLER KEN WESCOTT
PAUL HUDSON DAVID WILKINSON
PATRICIA LINDSEY TIM PRESTON WIGGINS
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Happiness isn't something you Any color you like! Doing what you like, is Freedom:
experience: it's something you Liking what you do, is Happiness.
JUANITA BERNICE CARTER DAVQD ROYCE CHASE , JEFF CLARK
"You never have a second chance to Sooner or later, it comes down to
make a good first impression." fate.
LYNN ELEANOFK D039 V ALBERT H. DOW JR. JAMES DUNN
"5-5f9'S truest HSPPMGSS is found Fifst rule of Grand Prix racing,
in the FfiGndShiD we make 61009 the forget whafs behind you and pay
wav-" attention to whafs in front of
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GIBEAULT WENDY JEAN GOODRICH
"lf ever there was a time for class
J friendship, then friend this is the
time, for we soon viii!! be departing
BRIAN M. JORDAN MARY
"Remember aiways our high schoo! l know you befieve YOU UUGGYSTGUU
days, the way we were, and the what you think I said but Vm not
friends we made." sure you reaiized.
I had no shoes, and I compiained
until I met a man who hd no feet
JILL MESSER ANN KATHERINE MOORE JAMES MOORE
When you love someone, all your lf you are not by my side, this
saved up wishes start coming out. world seems to be a cold and lonely
place. lt is you my friend that
makes this day worth living.
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Take time to share because life is too Grow from what you are into When you have nothing to
short to be seifish. what you desire to be, - nothing.
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Traveling is a never ending process of
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Pam Tinto 31 Jim Dunn Shelly Sawyer 81 Ken Liberty
Jeff Beal Si Sarah Leonard
Ruth Gray 8: Paul Hudson
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Name Nickname Expression Noted For Zodiac Pet Peeve Idol
Linwood Linnie Mrs. Farnham Block M Cancer Mr. Scott Maynard wi
Abbott b l don't care Furgeson
Elizabeth Beth The gate's Music Scorpio, Mr. Scott ii- J.F. -ik.
Aldrich closed. No school
Brian Ames Amie Dirty mind Gemini Girls that i,Miss Conley.-.
Cinde Red You silly Dancing Taurus Green teeth T,,Baryshnikov i
Tammy ii-Androscogon Keep your Late to HR Taurus Pimples Kent Novak mi
Anderson shirt on
Rebecca ,,-,Becky In a minute Being Gemini Mr. Scott ,,,,,., Ross E. ....,....
Glen Baez Glen ls that right? T Being w!Sue lAquarius Smoking Lynn Swann .1
Kurt lv.. Curtis .li What a Funny Taurus Crowded T- Lasse Viren i
Bauersfeld pinel remarks hallways
Jeff Beal ,w. Bealie .......i Piece of.i... Being late .i Aquarius School begins Sugar Ray .l
cake to school too early Leonard
Vicki ..TT. Vic l.......l'magine. Cruising Gemini. Moochers 1.80 Duke wl.
Todd Bucky Very Straight Aries Assemblies i God ..
Benoit interesting shooter
Veronica 1... Veronica ....... lt's 0.K Chilean Gemini Apathy My Parents T
Stacy Chuger l do C.J.'s wife Pisces Nellie Robbie
BOYMQV' Gordon Wilbur
Donna Donna No 2 different Libra Mr. Tracy 1.-Bruce
Boynton colored eyes
Daniel Braily Gyad Aries Physics lab l Beach Boys T
Linda Branml Brandy q,, This is true -.... Humming a ,. Pisces. MDI girls 1Mrs. Moore?
James Carney Jimmy Go for it Bugging Gemini Mr. Otterson ?Clint
Daniel Butch Food! Flipping Taurus Flat water Grizzly
Carter canoes Adams
Diane i Dunkin k Ask me if Laughing Leo Jocks Mrs. Moore l
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Glen Carter Glen That'lI Stupid jokes,. Gemini . Ted Donnell l Nat Moorel
Juanita gi Jonathin ..-1 Happy crap .Camera Leo Mr. Tracy .i.Alan AIda.?.
David Chase l Chaser .l Bad Scene .T Arguing with Pisces Danny Edwin Moses
Gwen Condon Gwen . A-Okay Stupid jokes T Sagittarius Water -....- My mother?-
Elizabeth l. Liz Crazy, Ca, c'est la ,. Ribboned l. Gemini ...,. Indecision ..T..-............
Cravey guerre conversation
Finding a pot
To be rich
Name Nickname Expression Noted For Zodiac Pet Peeve Idol
Geoffrey. Looking like , Sagittarius, Overweight , Rick,
Deforest my brother people Burleson
George,Nad, I can't wait, Looking like, Sagttarius Howard
Deforest III till Friday my brother Lawpaugh
William Bill Reallyl Quietness , Cancer Surprise
Mike,Dim Witt Being Capricorn ,School ,Mike Davis ,
Lynn Dorr,Lynn , I don't know Different , Sagittarius Being called Hagar ,
Albert Dow , Willie , Who me? , Driving , Gemini Ford General
Karen Emerson Emerson , Remember Music Taurus, SAT's Beethoven,
Boozer when . . .
Terri Field, Chorty , Yessah, I , Thinking of Aries Stuck up Mrs. Moore,
imagine Billy people
Jane, Janezo, Hey man , Donny L, Sagittarius Spastic Tidybowl
Forsythe people man
Trudy Foss Buggy No-no. Partying Capricorn ,Kelly .... ,Mr. Davis.,
Jane Foster, Goob , Spare me , Being , Aquarius , Mr. Mouse, Mrs. Moore,
Michael, Mikey, Gad zooks! , Portable, Aquarius , "Ginger" ,
Foster locker Lucy
George, Fuller , Smoke onel ,.Leaving lights, Capricorn, "Porky", Cheech Si ,
Fuller on in car Curtis Chong
Carol Garrity, Frenchie , No, but , Making others , Sagittarius JP , Sally Field,
Gail Gerow ,, Peachy Talking Pisces Mr. Tracy, Grimace ,
Michael- Track Surel Last name, Aquarius ,People who,Bob Greacy ,
Wendy, Pooh , Get off my , Big mouth , Leo , Stuck up, Goofy ,
Goodrich casel people
Ruth Gray Granola Oopsl Having hands , Sagittarius Ignorance , Hi Bosch ,
Kerry ,KK,I'magine-,,-Chewing gum ,Virgo , Mr. Scott,Walter ,
Elaine, Elaine , That's gross Riding Virgo Mr. O Flash G.
Ruth Hellum, Rufus, I'm gonna, Gymnastics, Sagittarius BFBS -..,.- Xavier Hollander
Dana , Gimpy , She's so Tl-55 Cancer Miss Uncle Howie ,
Hodgkin selfish Whitmore
Paul Hudson Technical rock Virgo Warren
. climbing Harding
Laura Jacobs , Laurie , l love you, Giving Mr., Sagittarius Ken Liberty, John Jordan ,
too! Scott hard time
Brian , Biscuit ,, I imagine , Driving a , Taurus Luann
Name Nickname Expression Noted For Zodiac Pet Peeve Idol
Mary E Maarry Reallyl Restriction 1. Sagittarius Ruth Helium 1 Burt.1
Mary K.1 Mur 1 Hey Honeyl Being Cancer Joey Patten 1 Mrs. Moore
Michael 1 Tubby 1 No problem 1 Dumb stunts Leo RK Lynn Swann
Timothy Tim Playing .Taurus Steelers . Keith
Jordan chess Hernadez
Betty Sue Sagittarius
Sarah 1SchnitzeI 1 Are you Talking in Libra Snobbery 1 Mr. Edward
Leonard serious class Steinbach
Ken Liberty 1 Ken 1 What's it1 Unusual 1.Cancer. Liz. .Jackson
worth to you? behavior Brown
Lisa Lietz 1Lietzy 1 Oh gross 1 Being 1 Scorpio School Mike
Dawn Delta Gay Laugh Pisces Mrs. Moore 1 Kermit the 1
Michael.1 Mike 1 I imagine Riding. Cancer. .Billy Field 1
Linscott around town
Julie Lord 1 Julie 1 Abused Bt 1 Reading Maps Sagittarius Being called 1 Dan D.1
Pat Maguire 1 Pat 1 No problem 1 Gator shirts 1 Libra 1 Scott Spencer 1 Lynn Swann
Teresa Mann Teri Hi Sis Being late 1.Pisces.1Alarm clocks 1Air Supply 1
Honora 1 Munchkin1 High? 1 Being Absent Taurus Tina My father 1
Clark Clarkie What? Talking Scorpio 1 People who 1 Alvin 1
McDonald think they're better
Michael.1Mike.1 Ow badl 1.Race Cutless Pisces ignorant J.R.
Beth1 Red 1 Oh, Yeahl Coughing Leo Skinner Tammy
Jeannie 1 Jeannie 1 What do ya 1 Leaving class Taurus Rufus Cheryl
Merchant think early
Jill Messer1 Mess1.Go for it1 Giving out Pisces. Lori M Ron.
Ann Moore Ann Aha Writing Leo overdues1 1
Duane 1 Big D1 Tell me 1 Body 1 Aquarius 1 "Muscles are 1 Dr. Franco 1
O'Halloran Building grossl" Columbo
Joseph Patten Colonel Welll Being trainer 1Cancer 1Liz Cravey.1.Wes Jordan
Nancy Peasley Worm 1 Let's leave 1 Being absent Virgo School Yoda
Terry1TJ 1Praise the 1 Dresses 1 Sagittarius Jesus
Robin Kinkey Giving Mr. Cancer Father "My Dad"1
Piskura Mouse a hard time,
Own a Mercedes
and a Porsche
Lisa Riley 1
Carol Rowley 1
Dave Sailor 1
Expression Noted For Zodiac Pet Peeve
l'm only Sports Taurus .Cheerleaders
I forgot Smiling Gemini Jane Foster1
Oh nol Music Taurus Gong Show 1
I don't care 1 Sprinting1Aquarius 1Slow drivers
Brian Ames 1
Alan Wells 1
Patricia 1 Piglet 1 Leave me 1 Being teased 1Sagitarrius Becky Austin John 1
Salisbury alone Travolta
Ann Sargent 1 Annie 1 Ask me if I 1 Getting Pat 1 Taurus 1 Snodgrass 1 Gilda Radner
Dan Sargent 1 Gus 1 For shame Golf Libra. Physics. Roberto .
Wilbur Bub Qui a pete Whaggs Leo Sister Liz
Michelle 1 Shelly 1 Well, you 1 Taking Abuse . Virgo Scott Mr. Bill
Richard Scott 1 Dick 1 Take it easy 1 Playing .1 Moonchild Winter 1 Bugs Bunny
Richard Rich l'm Sending Sagittarius Parents 1 Geddy Lee 1
Silsby compressed deficiency notes
Kristina 1 Halfpint 1 l'm a mighty 1 Gymnastics 1 Capricorn1 Homework 1 Carl 1
Smith midget Hokanson
Harry 1 Traveling Really Homework 1 MichaeI.1
Stackhouse Carot A Jackson
Karen 1 Stretch 1 But, Jeff you Music Scorpio Mr. Scott 1 Private 1
Stratton don't understand Benjamin
Dennis Disco Rightl Dance Fever 1 Cancer 1 Burger King 1 Ray Croc 1
Pam Tinto 1 Pamie Jean Oh Crudl Colorful Gemini, MDI girls 1.Ziggy1
Karen 1 Tread 1 My God Laughing Gemini Mr. Scott 1 Barto1
Scott 1 Scottie 1 Unreall 1 Basketball 1 Pisces1 Pam Tinto 1 GarfieId1
C3flD6. Well, er 1Accent 1Capricorn1 Jell-O 1 Edgar Allen 1
Vanden Driessche Poe
Teresa Varney 1 Terri 1 Oh Godl 1 Chewing gum 1 Aries 1 Wooco-MB 1 Danny 1
Jeri1 Jeri 1Yeah, Really Printing Aries Cold
Tim Wiggins Twiggy Buddy Rich 1
Kristin 1 Kris 1Whatcha Florida Gemini Liz Cravey 1 Wally 1
To be 5'3"
To be the best
Tubby pulled his stunt
Liz forgot her skirt
The gym was ambushed with arrows
Cinde had a mouse sandwich
Pot was a cooking utensil
We had tie day, suspender day, lzod shirt day, etc.
Paper clips were lethal weapons
Mrs. Guinta's tissue flowers
Miss Whitmore's ballet
Mrs. Stanton's presence
Mr. Otterson's spelling
What if .
Joey was a jock
WDEA played hard rock
Wicked wasn't a word
Hector had a quiet class
The bathrooms didn't smell
Liz lost her ribbons
The MDI girls stayed on the island
We made Yearbook deadlines
Ken wasn't crazy
Dana lost his Tl-55
Things we won't miss
Mid-years 81 finals
Mrs. Stanton's December air conditioning
Dissecting cats in Advanced Biology
SAT's 8m Achievements
More Than I Can Say - Liz
Celebration - Graduation night
Hit Me With Your Best Shot - Mike Foster
On the Road Again - Weekends
Never Be the Same - EHS
More Love - Dances
Armed 81 Crazy - Us
One Voice - Chorus
Killing Time - Detention
Sailing - Outdoor Skills
Winner Takes it All - All-Points Trophy
Heartbreak Hotel - Holiday Inn
Shows St Movies
Stir Crazy - Senoritis
Any Which Way You Can -- To Graduation
Facts of Life - On the bathroom walls
lt's a Living - Working at Doug's
Cosmos - Physics
Dance Fever - Dances
Breaking Away - Senior Class
Those Amazing Animals - Underclassmen
Trapper John, M.D. - Trainer Joe
Guiding Light - EHS diploma
Good Morning America - Announcements
1. Glenn B.
2. Ann M.
3. Ann S.
4. Patty B.
5. Karen E.
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6. Julie L.
7. Elaine H.
8. Kerry G.
9. Vicki B.
10. Ruth H.
Clark M. 16. Ruth G.
Juanita C. 17. Honora M
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19. Jane F.
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V.P. - Allison Smithg Treas. - Chrissi Maguire: Pres. - Becky Sargentp Sec. -
Boy, time flies when you are
having fun!! Are we really Juniors??
We've finally got spirit. Hurrah!!
Does History last all year?ZZZZZ. Pep
rallies can be fun: now they are
peppy. Would you like to buy a
magazine? Or maybe a raffle ticket or
. . . Miss Rogan, do you REALLY think
that I don't remember Poe's
significance? lyou are right!!
Congratulations to our National
runners and many varsity athletes. So
long Elinda . . . Welcome back
Margaret. PSAT's are a bummer.
What?! SAT's in June? lgroanl We don't
want to worry about colleges yet!
That was the best Junior Prom Ever . . .
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Back again, this time in the Big time B-wing.
Now that we know everybody it seems like the school is
getting smaller. We never acted like Freshmen did
we? Thinking seriously . . . will we ever 'utilize' anything
we learn in Patterns? Or ever be able to find the
clams' crystalline styles? Now that we have two Gong
Show victories, what will we do for an encore? Boy,
February can get dull, except for vacation. Then only
eight more weeks until the next break! Drivers Ed is
a drag: it would be better if we could just cruise!! Euclid,
the Pythagorean Theorem is WHAT? Who needs
participial phrases anyway? This is springtime!!!
Pres. - Peter Houston: V.P. - Russell White: Treas. -
Steve Smith, Sec. - Julie McGlothlin
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Hello High School!!! We're finally here! lt doesn't
seem too different. The lockers are the same. We get to
pick our own classes through. All those new out-of-
towners to meet too. Now that We're settled, Civics and
Algebra don't seem like weird subjects. Did we really
almost start World War lll during the elections? lt's fun to
be able to participate in the assemblies instead of just
watching them. Spook Day was fun!! We've got good
runners and our own basketball team too!! Study Halls
with Mrs. Piper seem like a tradition now - even though
we don't study. Our mutual opinion is that "Ingles es
mas facil que EspanoI." All the clubs and activities we can
do - WOW!! But still there is schoolwork lughi. No-
one ever told me that we'd have to know ALL that for a
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Mrs. Stanton Dean of Students
Nlr. Taylor Principal
Nlrs. Merritt Secretary
IVlrs. Joy Secretary
Ms. Albert Guidance Counselor
Nlrs. Hessler Guidance Secretary
Ms. Whitmore Dept. Head
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Ms. Rogan Nlr. Lindberg
Mr. Coffin Mr. Mieszkowski
Fine Arts Foreign Languages
Nlr. Mike r
Nlr. Scott Typing MF- Wad
Mrs. VanTine Mr. Diaz
B siness Education
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Mr. Webber Dept. Head
wir. Neieski Physical EdUCatlOn
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Miss Conley Librarian
Mrs. Gray Library Asst.
Mrs. Clark School Nurse
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Standing Il to rl - J. Patten, D. Sailor, S.
Toothaker Ialt.I, D. Scott. Seated Il to rl Y C.
Pres. - K. Bauersfeld, V. Pres. - J. Lord,
Sec. - P. Tinto. Treas. - J. Patten.
Rowley Ialt.I, P. Tinto Ialt.I, E. Cravey, J.
Lord, Absent from photo - Lynn Dorr.
The National Honor Society was
able to begin a successful year with
nine returning members from the
Class of 1981. Six members were
capped from the Class of 1981 in
the 1st semester capping, to increase
the membership to fifteen.
Activities of the Society bring in
money which provides for
scholarships awarded to the senior
class. The Society also takes an
active role in tutoring students in all
areas of study. We are in hopes of
a large group to be capped from the
Class of 1982 to continue the
Society's service and to participate in
Seated Il to rl - Treas. - J. Lord, Pres. - J. Patten, Sec. - S. Sawyer, V. Pres, - K.
Bauersfeld. 1980 members l2nd rowl W. Saunders, D. Sailor, E. Cravey, D. Scott, absent from
photo - C. Rowley. 1981 members I3rd rowl - L. Dorf, M. McGlothIin, J. Whitmore, A.
Moore, absent from photo - T. Varney, E. Hanscom.
Standing lL to Rl - A. Moore, V. King, T. Hamel, J. Hardison, S. Norwood, B. Austin,
T. Foss, L. Beal. Seated lL to Rl - M. Jordan, L. Brann, T. Field, P. Bouffard, V. Bennett.
Seated lL to Rl - P. Salisbury, V. Cloak, V. Lindsey, L. Ranco, T. Joy, L. Whitmore, S.
Burns, Fl. Young. Standing lL to Rl - K. Seavey, A. Whitmore, K. Dow, L. Swett, D.
Stackhouse, S. Stover, T. Wilbur, B. Curtis, C. Jordan.
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The goal of American Field
Service is best stated by its slogan
- "Turning places into
people". This goal has been seen
this year as we have shared
with our three exchange students,
Carine Vanden Driessche from
Brussels, Belgium, Veronica Bittner
from Osorno, Chile, who were
with us for the 1980-1981 school
year, and Scott Buchel from
Kewaskum, Wisconsin, who was at
EHS for the fall semester.
Karen Treadwell spent the fall
semester in Oak Creek,
Wisconsin. We also sent Harry
Stackhouse to the Dominican
Republic and Shelly Sawyer to
Chinook, Washington while
Julie Khulman from Minneapolis
spent the summer here in
Front row lL to Rl - T. Schoppee, A. McEIdowney, B. Urh, A. Tilden, A. Smith, P. Tinto, P.
Pellon, J. McMahon, S. Lee, B. VanPelt, R. Bishop, B. Sargent, Miss Whitmore. 2nd row - D.
Linscott, M. DeVane, K. Proctor, M. Guilford, A. Jordan, B. Tuite, T. Varney, W. Merritt, K.
Proctor, B. Holt. 3rd row - S. Buchel, K. Bauersfeld, C. Vanden Driessche, W. Saunders, R. Silsby
S. Hayes, V. Bittner, T. Holt. 4th row - J. Whitmore, K. Liberty, H. Stackhouse, R. Carlisle,
R. Gray, E. Cravey, J. Lord, S. Sawyer, N. Carter, J. Patten.
Officers Exchange Students
Front row lL to Rl - T. Holt lv. presl, T. Schoppee lpresl, Miss Veronica Bittner, Carine Vanden Driessche, Scott Buchel.
Whitmore, 2nd row W S. Sawyer lsecl, E. Cravey ltreasl.
Seated lL to Rl - B. Sargent, C. Maguire, B. VanPelt, S. Smith, A. Tilden, C.
Merrill, M. VanPelt, A. Smith, K. Proctor, K. Hughes. 3rd row - A. Jordan, J.
Whitmore, A. Brown, L. Dickes, L. Crosby, J. Poulin, B. Maguire, J. Beckman,
J. Moore, B. Holt, C. Garrity, Fl. Silsby, L. Simpson, J. Lord. 4th row - C.
McDonald, C. Nesiba, P. Houston, M. DeVane, T. Holt, J. Lascase, S. Sawyer,
K. Proctor, M. Oleson, R. Carlisle, J. McGlothIin.
L to R - T. Holt ltreasl, E. Cravey lv. presl, L. Dorr lpresl, S. Hayes, lv. presl,
J. Whitmore lsecl.
The Student Government had
its largest membership ever this
year with new members from
all classes. Our annual Spook Day
and Gong Show were big
successes and class competition is
extremely close. ln January, we
had our Biannual bloodmobile which
brought a large turnout even
though many donors were turned
away because of colds and flu,
another bloodmobile is planned for
the spring. We would like to
thank all of the members who have
helped to sell soda and candy
during home basketball games. The
profits raised during the games
and through soda sales at lunch are
used for student activities such
as honor sweaters and the painting
of an eagle on the gym wall.
We would also like to thank Mr.
Moore and Mr. McDonald for
their assistance and guidance.
Seated L to Fl - S. Walker, P. Nazzaro, L. Cravey, B. Holt S Hayes M McGlothlin M DeVane K Shea P
Sala, K. Liberty. 2nd row - T. Holt, A. McEldowney, J LaCasce M Oleson K Emerson R Nazzaro M Bartosenski
R Carlisle. 3rd row - B.J. Williamson, T. Grindle, S. Buchel On Stairs A Lacasce M Saunders S Smith C
Rowley, L. Haskell, K. Eggleston, B. Walker, M. Hancock
E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy's
"Finian's Rainbow" was presented
December 4, 6, and 7 - receiving
very enthusiastic reviews. Heading the
cast was Larry Haskell as Finian
McLonergan, Maureen Devane as Sharon
McLonergan, Stan Walker as Woody
Mahoney, Marjorie Oleson as Susan
Mahoney and Bill Walker as Og la
Leprechaunl. Our company of 34 also
included one faculty member, Mr.
Wm. Neleski as Sunny, a harmonica
player, and three sixth graders. The
play was a blend of multiple creative
forces drawn not only from our
school but also the community at large.
Our final production for the year will
be an entry in the One Act Regional Play
Competition to be held March 20
and 21, 1981.
Standing lL to Rl - Mr. O'Connell, P. Sala, T. Wilbur, P. Warren, D. 0'Connell, Seated
lL to Rl - B. Moore, A. Edgerly, S. Smith.
lL to Ri -- T. Grindle, L. Haskell, T. Randolph, T. Wiggins, C. Falvey, B. Hodgkin.
Absent from photo - T. Tainter, D. Hodgkin, T. Benoit, M. McVay, D. Tyre.
Back row lL to Rl - M. Morris, S. Smith, J. Gulick, P. Warren A. Bartosenski, M.
Saunders, Mrs. Hill. Front row lL to Rl - T. Holt, V. Bittner, T. Pelletier, K. Danico.
The Ellsworth High School Chess
Club was re-activated this year. Under
Steve Smith's presidency, intramural
matches were held all year long. Chess
Club members are looking forward to
the formation of a Chess Team next year
which will travel around the county
to chess meets and will also host chess
matches at Ellsworth High School.
The Fencing Club has been active for
many years, competing in both individual
and team competitions. Though they
are the only active high school club in the
state, the EHS talons have
consistently brought home a respectable
record against many Maine colleges.
The Math Team participates in
several meets during the school year with
six other area schools. A competition
consists of six categories with three
questions each. The participants have
ten minutes to complete the tests which
are then scored. Ellsworth placed
third in the first meet of the 1980-1981
lst row L to R - V. Cloak, S. Lee, B. Preble, L. Maddocks, A. McEldowney, T. Carter, K. Eggleston, L. Piskura, L. Riley, M.
DeSautels, K. Chisholm. 2nd row - J. Ballard, K. Waite, S. Buchel, R. Carlisle, R. Hass, S. Dow, K. Stratton, E. Mietzch, R. Bunker,
C. Lockhart. 3rd row - L. Dickes, K. Emerson, M. Bartosenski, R. Crawford, B. Crooker, J. Smith, B. Aldrich, T. Kennedy, M.
Guilford, T. Jordan, 4th row - Mr. Paquette, B. Linscott, J. LaCasce, M. Hancock, R. Mietzch, T. Grindle, B. Walker, C. McDonald,
C. Rowley, A. LaCasce, L. Haskell.
This year the band has undergone many changes. With our new director, Mr. Dean Paquette, both the
size of the band and the enthusiasm of the members has increased immeasurably. We have played at many
sports events, helping to increase school spirit. Our concerts have been well received and we enjoyed
the opportunity to play in public. This was a great year and we have high hopes of many more to come.
Front row lL to Rl - L. Hunt, S. Pahel, T. Mann, K. Stratton, B. Aldrich, K. Jordan, M. Saunders, A.
McEldowney, K. Emerson, P. Riggs, L. Haskell. 2nd row - L. Jacobs, D. Linscott, A. Hanscom, T. Anderson, C
Anderson, C. Rowley, A. Ober, R. Young, M. Guilford, S. Buchel, Absent - T. Grindle.
The chorus was very active this year, we toured local grammar schools where we were
well received. Interest is growing in the chorus and with the band. We are engaging in an
exchange with Milton, New Hampshire in the spring.
STAG E BAN D
Front row lL to Rl Y S. Lee, C. McDonald, K. Emerson, K. Stratton, S. Buchel, E. Mietzch.
2nd row A C. Rowley, B. Walker, B. Aldrich, M. Hancock, T. Grindle. 3rd row - T. Wiggins, S.
Connors, R, Crawford, M. Guilford.
Back row lL to Rl - D. Sailor, M. McGlothlin, J. Patten. Middle row - D. Chase, S. Toothaker, J. Beal, D. Sargent. Front row
- K. Bauersfeld, D. Scott, Mr. Higgins.
Ann Moore and Robin Piskura Left to right - P. Hudson, P. Riggs, G. Couture, M. Guilford,
A. Moore, L. Simpson, D. Kane.
Front row lL to Rl - J. Moore, B. White, K. Conners, A. Payson, L. Crosby, P. Williams, S. Lee, D. Levesque, C. Nesiba, B.
Holt, R. Nazzaro, B. Walker, K. Eggleston, T. Randolph, L. Murphy, K. Chisholm, Mme. VanTine. 2nd row - G. Colley, L. Lietz, A.
Tilden, P. Sailor, M. VanPelt, A. Brown, J. McGlothlin, D. Kane, V. Hodgkins, M. Colwell, A. Bartosenski, T. Deraps, D. Gray, R.
Haas, S. Conners, T. Holz, L. Simpson, S. Hayes, E. Gray, Fi. Carlisle, N. Torrey, 3rd row - K. Hughes, P. Pellon, D. Linscott, M.
Morris, M. Edgecomb, S. Carlisle, B. Sargent, A. Wescott, B. Fowler, T. Holt, M. Bromley, K. Allen, B. VanPelt, A. Smith, M.
Saunders, A. Lacasce. 4th row - C. Vanden Driessche, E. Cravey, J. Lord, K. Liberty, W. Saunders, S. Sawyer, T. Varney, P. Timo,
J. Whitmore, J. Patten, L. Crosby, J. Lacasce, J. King, A. McEIdowney, C. Lockhart, B. Tuite, M. Harding, A. Holdsworth.
This year, the French Club was very
active as we earned money for our
Quebec trip in the spring. This was
one of the largest French clubs in years
with many underclassmen joining.
We raised money in a great number of
ways and, in general, had fun doing
this. But besides raising money for the
annual trip, the French club succeeds
in building interest in France and its
language. Cest a dire, nous avons
appris quelque chose!
J. Lacasce lsecl, B. Urh lv. presl, J. Whitmore lpresl, S. Sawyer ltreasl.
Back row lL to Rl - J. Patten, P. Tinto, K. Smith, T. Holt. 2nd row - Fl. Gray, J. Lord, J. Whitmore, C. Vanden
Driessche, V. Bittner. Front row - M. McGlothlin, E. Cravey, S. Sawyer, K. Bauersfeld. absent - T. Varney, L. Dorr.
Editors 81 Advisors AD STAFF
Mr. Mike, Mrs. Harbour, Julie Lord lEditor-in-Chiefl, Mike J. Patten, J. Lord, P. Tinto, C. Garrity, absent L. Dorr, C.
McGlothlin lAssistant Editorl. McDonald, T. McKenney.
This year we decided to return to tradition by naming our yearbook The Jester. To most people a jester is a symbol
which brings smiles and happiness to their faces. We hope that this book and the memories reflected within it will do
the same for you. We would like to thank everyone for their efforts and cooperation. Every effort to help in this
production has been greatly appreciated, whether it was selling advertisements, typing pages, or putting a whole
section together. This has been a great learning experience for all of us since we have learned not only how to set
up a layout but also how to work together in order to reach our goals, which were usually to meet our deadlines! We
would also like to give special thanks to our advisors, Mr. Mike and Mrs. Harbour, who have been both patient and
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Front row, L to R - T. Saunders, J. Bennoch, T. Domagala, K. Hanscom, T. Wiggins, Second row - D. Scott, S. Everett, D. Kane, B. Lane,
G. Lounderg Third row - Coach Scott, T. Bennoch, P. Austin, lVl. Jordan, D. Awalt, J. Wilbur, JV Coach Boynton: Fourth row - R. White, J. Neale
R. Proctor, Fl. White, D. Kane
Though the Ellsworth Eagles posted a 9 - 1O record ioveralli and a 6 - 9 PVC
record, it proved to be a successful year for the Eagles in recruitment and development. Veteran
pitcher Brian Lane, 1980, posted a 3 - 2 pitching record and recorded the 2nd highest
batting average of the team with a .346. Russell White, 1983, posted a 2 - 3 record in his
first high school debut as a pitcher. Dan Kane, 1983, posted the highest batting average of
the team with a .385, with Dick Scott following 3rd with a .316. Peter Austin, stand-out
catcher, will return next year as a sophomore. The Eagle club also produced some big
hitters and came away with an excellent batting average of .232 for 1980. The Eagle team
should prove to be successful in the 1981 season, losing only seven members from the
Class of 1980.
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The Softball team showed a marked improvement in the 1980 season, posting an 8 -
8 record and playing some very good games. With a few breaks, the record could have been 12
- 4 very easily, four games being lost by 2 or less runs. While four members of the Class
of 1980 will be sorely missed, the team should prove to be very successful with its many
underclasswomen. This 1981 season should be another good one for the lady Eagles with
some new promising talent on the team which is already dedicating itself to working hard for a
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Kneeling, L to Fl - B. McDevitt, L. McCarthy, L. Lincoln, P. Neleskig Standing - JV Coach Moore, A. Smith, S. Hayes, A. Poulin, M. Logan, L. Lincoln, K
Proctor, L. Simpson, J. Springer, B. Merchant, M. Katsiaficas, Coach Wolfahrt
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Bottom row, L to R - Alan Lounder, Stan Walker, Joe LaCasceg Top row - Dan Sargent, Scott Toothaker, Matt Sargent, Buzza
Moore, Coach Ken Nlikep Standing - Paul Sala
The Ellsworth Eagle Golf team enjoyed an exceptional and unexpected triumph in the Fall of
1980. They finished number one in Eastern Maine Regional Competition, with seniors Scott
Toothaker finishing first l75l and Dan Sargent right behind in second i76l. This also qualified
them for the state individual championship to be held in the spring.
Out of the eight member team, we will, of course, miss the strength and consistency of Dan
and Scott next fall. But with two returning juniors, Joe LaCasce and Stan Walker, four returning
freshmen, Paul Sala, Buzz Nloore, Alan Lounder, and lVlatt Sargent, and a promising new group of
freshmen on their way, we can expect to have another strong season in the Fall of 1981.
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Kneeling, L to Fi - B. Moore lManagerl, J. Allen, S. Watson, J. Beal, Capt. D. Scott, D. Sailor, K. Bauersfeld, P. Austin, Capt. M.
Jordan, D. Higgins, J. Neleski, J. Scott, T. Wheeler, J. Patten itrainerk
Standing - M. Petry, L. Colley, R. Haass, K. Bauersfeld, S. Buchel, S. Gashlin, A. Enman, P. Guthrie, T. Hoglund, M. Sawyer, B.
Neleski, B. Smith, T. Donnell, G. Colley, J. Wilbur, R. White, P. Nazzaro, J. Wadman, D. Kane, D. Flae, JV Coach Collier, Coach Higgins
The Ellsworth Eagles continued their domination of Eastern Maine soccer by capturing their
third title in five years. The Eagles were led by All-Stater Dick Scott, who scored a team high 26
goals and 10 assists. Completing their season with a 16-2-O record, the Eagles finished in first
place in the Eastern Me. standings. Also contributing to their success were Jeff Beal i8 goals and 7
assistsl and Dave Sailor l8 goals and 1 assistl.
ln his second season as goalie, Peter Austin recorded 9 shutouts. Also protecting the goal were
backs John Neleski, Mike Jordan, and Jeff Scott. All Eastern "A" player Kurt Bauersfeld
contributed both offensively and defensively, especially during the play-offs. Dan Higgins, also in the
mid-field, scored two game winning goals in the play-offs. Jason Allen, Dan Kane, Jim Wadman,
Scott Watson, and Todd Hoglund rotated the positions of halfback and wing to key the Eagle offense.
Coach Higgins feels that next year the Eagles should remain as strong due to their strong
defensive and offensive teams.
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Hayes: Second row - M. Logan, J. McGlothlin, R. Stratton, K. Allen, J. Poulin, B. VanPelt, J. Beckman, R. Piskura, Coach Dizap Third row -
E. Gray, A. Brown, M. VanPelt, A. Tilden, P. Sailor, K. Hughes, D. Gray: Fourth row - T. Robidoux, M. Sawyer, K. Proctor, L. Crosby, M. Oleson S
Emerson, K. Danico.
In their third season of soccer action, the lady Eagles proved to be one of the stronger
schoolgirl clubs. Led by Allyson Poulin, with seven goals, and Jackie Springer, with six goals, the girls
outscored their opponents 15-18. Finishing the season with a 6-6-3 record, the girls finished
fifth in the final standings. In quarter-final action, the Golden Does of Bucksport edged by Ellsworth
with a score of O-1, which came late in the fourth period. Dodi Lincoln compiled six shutouts in
her second season as goalie. The girls will be losing some valuable players from the class of 1981,
yet a good season should be expected for the fall of 1981.
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Standing - B. Merchant, D. Chase, S. Smith, J. Edgerly, R. White, C. Everett, J. Dunn, C. Holt, G. Everett, C.P. Maguire, W. Saunders
The boys cross country team continued its state-wide dynasty with an amazing 83-3 record.
In the state meet, the Eagles were led by Captain Chuck Holt who finished sixth. Following close
behind were Greg Everett, 11th, Chris Everett, 15th, Russell White, 24th, and Pat Maguire
finishing 23rd. The Eagles finished second in both the regionals and the state meets, just points
behind a tough Maranacook team. For the sixth year in a row, the boys captured both the
Hancock Cty. and PVC crowns. The Eagles should prove to be a strong team next year with the
hopes of bringing home a state title.
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M. Saunders, D. Kane, Coach Coffin
GIRLS CROSS COU NTRY
The girls cross country team continued its rebuilding process this year, yet showed much
improvement. Finishing out the season with a 26-19 record, the girls ran on for a fifth place victory in
the regionals. Outstanding lady Eagles include Brumbi Maguire, vvho finished 9th in the state
meet, and Cala Kane, who finished 1Oth in the states. Other key runners on the team included Shelly
Everett, Mary Bromley and Mary Saunders. The girls should prove to be a strong team next year
since they will lose only one runner from this year's team.
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managers. Without their
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Sitting, L to R - C. Harding lManagerl, R. Silsby, D. Scott, D. Sargent, S. Toothaker, M. DeWitt, J. Patten lTrainerl3 Standing -
Coach Lindberg, D. Higgins, T. Saunders, P. Austin, M. Oliver, D. Norwood, J. Scott, J. Allen lScorerl3 absent - D. Kane
The 1980-81 basketball season proved to be a good one at EHS. The large crowds that
followed the Eagles were treated to some of the most exciting basketball performed by an Ellsworth
team in years. The wizard of fastbreaks and passing, Dick Scott, achieved the goal of scoring
1200 points in his varsity career, a feat only achieved by the greats at Ellsworth. Again, Dick made
Eastern A 81 B All-Stars with Scott Toothaker receiving honorable mention. Dick was
complimented by lay-up specialist and sharpshooter Dan Sargent. Forward Scott Toothaker amazed
fans and opponents with his accurate shooting ability and his power at the boards. Mike DeWitt
and Peter Austin were big defense contributors to the team's success being called on to out-rebound
and guard much taller opponents. The small but lightning quick Eagles got off to a slow start but
came back with a ten game winning streak. lt went right down to the wire at most of the games,
with luck favoring the Eagles most of the time. The Eagles completed the season with a 15-6
record and eighth in the standings. The Eagles were eliminated from the tournament by Orono in the
quarter-finals. Outstanding contributions were given by Rich Silsby, Dan Higgins, Jeff Scott, and
Don Norwood when their skills were needed to relieve the starters. Though the Eagles will lose some
very fine seniors, Ellsworth should still be in the running for the Eastern Maine crown next year.
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Kneeling, L to R - M. Katsiaficas, Capt. J. Springer, , Capt. C. Maguire, Capt. A. Poulin, L. Simpson: Standing - J.V. Coach Osgood
W. Merritt lManagerl, B. Merchant, C. Garrity, K. Allen, D. Gray, K. Jordan, B. Fowler, M. Logan, A. Jordan lManagerl, Coach Shaw
The very young lady Eagles finished the season with a 2-14 record. Although this season may
have seemed dim to some observers, these fine young athletes improved immensely. The lady Eagles
are a team about to burst from its shell. This young club graduates two fine senior players,
Allyson Poulin and Carol Garrity. ln addition to Allyson and Carol, Jackie Springer and Chrissi Maguire
contributed in leading the team offensive drives and Chrissi out-distanced everyone in the
rebound department. With a fine group of juniors, sophomores, and freshmen returning, the 1981-82
season looks very bright. lt won't be long before these lady Eagles will have to be dealt with
seriously by other teams in the future.
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L to R - B. Mclienney lScorerl, Fl. White, K. Braley, S. Conners, B. Smith, J. Gulick, T. Domagala, R. White, B. Neleski, J. Wilbur A
Brown, Coach Boynton.
J.V. BOYS BASKETBALL
The JayVee season was again very successful posting a 15-1 record from a group of dedicated
players. One freshman, twelve sophomores, and one junior displayed excellent defensive skills that
should elevate our Eagles to greater heights in the years to come. Along with their fine offensive
talents, Eagle fans should expect a few more years of fine basketball in Ellsworth. The starters,
Maury, Tom, Russ, and the two Dannys, showed great leadership qualities, as did the rest of the
team, which will hopefully be carried over into their other endeavors.
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Burgess, A. Enmon lScorerl, M. Sawyer, B. Moore, H, Fogg, B. Saunders, G. Saunders, T. Jordan, J. Gilleyg Absent - Ted Stanley
The freshman basketball team, under the reign of Coach Burgess, completed their season with
a 7-5 league record. With Billy Neleski leading a balanced scoring attack and Buddy Saunders fighting
off taller opponents to lead a strong rebounding effort, the rookie Eagles barly missed a tourna-
An exceptionally tough press, anchored by stalwarts Scott Gashlin and Kevin Bauersfeld,
allowed Alan Lounder and Tim Philpott to direct a strong fast break. From the bench, Gary Saunders,
"London" Fogg, Buzza Moore, Ted Stanley, and Jim Gilley were frequently called upon to pro-
vide relief for the starters, and performed admirably.
Shawn Holler, Chris Nesiba, Gary Mann, Todd Jordan, and Mark Sawyer all showed
tremendous improvement during the year, making valuable contributions despite limited playing time.
Andy Enmon was nearly flawless in his scorekeeping role.
Front row, L to R - T. DeWitt, K. Conners, P. Sailor, S. MacGregor: Back row - Coach Osgood, L. Crosby, A. Payson, K. Bell T
Gellerson, T. Flobidouxg Absent '- B. White.
J.V. GIRLS BASKETBALL
The Junior Varsity girls finished the best season in the history of the J.V. program here at
Ellsworth High School. After three losing seasons, this year's team compiled a respectable 9-7 record
with big wins over teams like Orono, Bucksport, Schenck, MDI, and Hyde. Karen Allen led the
team with 195 points and 1 12 rebounds. Paula Sailor was the best foul shooter with a percentage of
73fX1. Kim Jordan led the team with 54 steals and 23 assists. Lynn Simpson was the best
shooter from the floor, connecting 49'X1 of the time. Future varsity teams will profit from the valuable
experience and knowledge these players gained during the year.
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Hanscom: Top - R. Stratton: Advisor - P. Boles
Front - S. Awaltg Bottom row, L to R - M. Colwell, L. Lietz, J. McGlothin, L. Dickes: Top row
C. Merrill, A. Tilden, M. VanPelt3 Advisor - P. Boles
Sitting, L to R - K. Rogers, A. Brown, L. Tucker, S. Emerson, Kneeling - M. DeVane, M. Oleson, S. Hayes, Standing - Coach
Shaw, A. Mac- Eldowney, P. Bouffard, M. Brornley, S. Carlisle, R. Crawford lmgr.l1 On beam - R. Hellum, K. Smith.
The gymnastics team continued its winning ways this season, setting a new meet record high
score of 1 17.50. This year also saw the graduation of the team's first "four-year gymnasts," senior
co-captains Kristy Smith and Ruth Hellum. They have been vital team members since the sport
was introduced at EHS during their freshman year.
The girls qualified for the second year in a row to participate in the state team meet and
several team members have also earned the right to enter the state individual championships. The
following have qualified:
Bars: Kristy Smith, Karen Rogers, Sarah Hayes, Paula Bouffard
Beam: Anne McEldowney, Sherri Carlisle
Vaulting: Sherri Carlisle, Maureen DeVane, Sarah Hayes
Floor: Sarah Hayes, Karen Rogers
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Kneeling, L to R - A. Johnson, T. Nesiba, M. Tinto, D. Rae, Capt, B. Maguire, S. Everett, D. Macko, V. Hodgkins, Capt. D.
Sailor, K. Bauersfeld: Standing - Coach O'Connell, N. Torrey lmanagerl. T. Jordan, D. O'Connell, Fl. Kane, J. Merchant, G. Lounder
R Tupper, M. McGlothlin, P. Maguire, B. Merchant, G. Everett, D. Chase, C. Everett, Coach Tracy.
The Ellsworth Track team had a successful season, compiling a 12-10 record. Towards the
end of the season, the team really began to blossom. In the Eastern Maine Championships, the boys
finished a strong third. A week later in the Class B State Championships, Ellsworth was the
surprise winner with second in the meet.
Throughout the season, the boys team was led by a group of strong experienced seniors. Dave
Chase, who won the MVP Award at the Easterns, led the team in scoring throughout the season.
Chase scored consistently in the long jump, triple jump, and the 300 yard run. Dave Sailor, team
captain, always was in the top three in his specialty, the 60 yard dash. Mike McGlothlin also added
points in the high jump and hurdles while Kurt Bauersfeld remained strong in the 300 and 600.
Pat Maguire contributed in the middle distance and the hurdles as Tim Jordan added points in the 60
and high jump.
The phenomenal foursome of Sailor, Chase, Bauersfeld, and McGlothlin broke the state record in
the 880 relay with a time of 1:35. 9.
The Ellsworth girls, with a team of only four members, had a good season in which a nucleus of
next year's team was formed. Brumbi Maguire, girls - team captain, was outstanding in the
distance events, ending her season with a third place finish in the mile run with a time of 5:30. The
girls 880 relay team of Maguire, Everett, Macko, and Hodgins, finished sixth place in the state
VARSITY GRAPPLERS: Kneeling L to R - C. Carter, M. Sargent, J. Lane, Capt. J. Dunn, J. Wadman, L. Colley, Standing - L. Beal
lManagerl, M. Macy, R. Edgecomb, T, Haslam, S. Logan, G. Colley, E. Beal, R. Spencer, Coach Henderson.
J.V. GRAPPLERS: Kneeling, L to R - C. Higgins, J. Robidoux, P. Guthrie, G. Hamer, G. Haass, R. Morris, J. Soucyg Standing - L.
Beal, T. Allen, M. Danico, M. Morris, R. Merritt, D. LeVesque, R. Bragg, T. Macko, M. Jordan, Coach Henderson, Absent - C. West, R
Bragg, S. Holler, JV Coach Patten, JH Coach McEIdowney.
The 1981 wrestling team is one of the best in the history of Ellsworth wrestling. For the past ten years,
the Eagles have wrestled in Class A, enjoying some very fine seasons. This year finds Ellsworth in Class B with an
extremely bright future. Currently, wrestling a very tough A schedule, the grapplers have only lost to two A
schools, Belfast and Skowhegan.
With only four seniors, Capt. Jim Dunn, Randy Spencer, Mike Fox, and Mike Jordan, the Eagles will retain
a core of talented underclassmen to assure a continued winning tradition. If everyone remains healthy for the
remainder of the season, the Eagle Grapplers should win the Eastern Maine Class B Championship. Cony,
Winslow, and Mexico will prove to be real challenges for Ellsworth's bid for the state crown.
No one works harder than the Ellsworth wrestlers, who have adopted the philosophy that with hard work
and dedication, any obstacle can be overcome. Look for Ellsworth at the top of Class B wrestling for many years
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114 STATE STREET
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