Frontier Central High School - Gateway Yearbook (Hamburg, NY)

 - Class of 1986

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We'lI always remember we can never forget that one special teacher we'll never regret. All the work we put in to learn so much more from that one special teacher we'll always adore. The long hours after school he stayed after too to teach us "to your own self be true"g for high school is over and college is near we've lived a time in our lives that was very dear. Well, l guess this is it - nothing more left to mention in a time of our lives of such Lasting Impressions by Lori Bellomo Opening f 3 Frontier Central Hi h lltl C I-I Y 1 5 7 ' ' ,rr1 C C K W . ti, , . J., M k -.'4,,q'i -V an MVT if f ' 'P A v' we Olume fhiff 'three Table of Contents Opening Seniors Senior Director Class Prophecy Juniors Sophomores Staff Sports Activities Closing 4 X Opening V 4 gf MEL, Ii Q, ., new fn N Q --,5 v mmf . w, s-gyffggar-J-gwrwl ' i,.m.ne,1.-W ELM? qv . g.gge1a'l'G ' s . . ,, fi llflilwifl s.,-, ,wlmw x Y -111. 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Inside your mind you're toying with the idea of stopping, or perhaps just slow- ing up a bit. Yet you know slowing down means quit- ting and that quitting means forfeiting all your person- al goals and expectations. You understand the com- mitment you made to the school and to the team, but more importantly the one to yourself to become the best you can ever hope to be. You know that with each step you struggle through now, it will become easier and easier the next time. You find truth in the old saying, "No Pain, No Gainv. Ah! Truer words were never spoken! When it comes to sports at Frontier, students are constantly reminded of this saying by never-say-die coaches. From cross country run- ning and swimming to soccer, volleyball, tennis and football its always the same according to the coaches - to produce winners, you must first make them suffer through some pain! The pain comes in a variety of forms, but it all seems to have the same effect if it is inflicted properly. Through miles of hills, lengths in the pool, soccer drills, and football tackles emerge new beings as lazy summer bodies are broken down then remolded into strong, determined athletes once again. Why do they do it? Nothing can compare to the feeling of knowing that the extra effort, that last little binge of pain, really made a difference and helped the team succeed. lt has been quite an honor to Frontier to have such dedicated and talented athletes represent them at many sectionals and improve our school is record. But oh, what students go through to reach these levels. by Rodney Will and Susan Kelleher mit - ...K ' i a ,mv fs., f 4 Q' I-.6 .X g, .Y '.- Y 1 1--' ' M if' wi 2 , M, 0 gf Jgw, . J Wye W mf ' ' N X H fl ' A ,. I pm , X 5 , , ., Q Q KM f-iff ff"ff 4m fiflfg gf is QD , T M ,. 3' .4-QI: I QM . X .G-ef ' G 5 g Q sat? is -9 iii I, UR , -i!,..,'J '- ,f 5315 3 J V ff' vs we 01 in Lf be ,xi ff-S' 1 . I f. x 1 Q HA, .f .Qs b I f M .arf- MWA f"1"413r . . Surfs Up ,. 2. N3 M , A-W. :ps , in 3' wi, ,. A 1 4-new F ,A Thanks to Karen Schultz, our chairman, and Mr. Sabuda, our advisor, Homecoming '85 was "The Best You've Ever Seen ". The theme of this year s homecoming, "Surfs Up", aroused a lot of spirit. The celebration started with Spirit Week where the majority of the school showed their school spirit by dressing up, dressing down, wearing a hat and sun- glasses, dressing Hawaiian, and by wearing their class color. The assembly, organized by Kerry Rich and RJ. Will, officially marked the start of Home- coming Weekend. The announcement of Paul Blackowski and Karen Strawbrich as the 1985 King and Queen took place during this assembly. The court consisted of our Senior attendants Tammy Kerr and Paul Kellner, Junior attendants Hollie Buscaglia and John Lates, and finally our Sophomore attendants Sandy Kalinski and Joe Mitchell. Heidi Riederer organized the election of the King, Queen, and the court. Later, Friday night, Frontier held its second Bon Fire with the hitting of the car. Music was provided by the Music Maker. The Bon Fire was a fun filled night arranged by Colleen Ernst and Deanne Pietraszck. The Homecoming Parade, which was one of the best Frontier has seen, was held Saturday morning. The success of the parade can be at- tributed to the hard work of Gina DiFlavio and Kathy Nowak. The parade began with the schools Color Guard, marching band, seven floats, and was followed by three fire engines. The floats were judged on creativity, detail and theme. First place went to the Art club, second place to Chris Kresconko, and third place went to student government. Even though we watched our team tie the football game O-0 with Amherst in the rain, our spirits were not dampened for the dance Satur- day evening. "Big Wheelie and the Hubcaps" provided the entertainment. We can all thank Debbie Salerno for organizing a wonderful even- mg. by Gina DiFlavio and Kathy Nowak wrt He in the Scrounge Senioritis is a terrible disease which at- tacks the central nervous system, mainly the brain. The disease is extremely conta- gious and is found predominately at Fron- tier Central High School, where students have been reported as insufficiently pre- pared, lacking interest, and yes even flat- out insubordinate. Many professionals site Senior Lounge as a mild antidote for the diseased student. Here the student can enjoy a game of pok- er, fish, or even old maid with some friends. None of which is complete without the traditional bickering and the game end- ing 52 pickups. And for those who aren't so sociable, solitaire can be a good source of highly creative thought. Ultimately, a student can leave Lounge with the relief of knowing the days intrigu- ing gossip, what the weekend holds, and who was the lucky cardshark of the day. 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W. 34017105 W- WGFHB5 vgfjgim,-1 . afllerine .Ann wefzdr Pauf Wafer lgogerf wappman grim: weigef laura llfljemer Jualiflz qfueaiwm mark wefzdzr 45 X Seniors M M Ll' 5'-I fznfne, a.,1W.1 uw gzvwane c mmm 46 f Seniors .jgeifll Wguma ,X 5 Q. if f' i w, ' RL A P jeff? wndaor larry 'lffjollfabauglz a rggflucifdr wofciL gummy wojciL gummy wood gefl: .Ann yeaf IQ grian Zemgryclfi .Dunne Zerby Wichefk Zmmer X 6luzrA.6 Wichaef Zoerb Cfric Wichaef ZoerL Cylzriafoplzer gardner .iberelf Wa5Aw5Ly 47 f Seniors Q E -sl. 3 J Senior Directory CAROL ABRAM - Cos was great thanx to: NHBYKSPR8:ESR BRIDGET thanx MOM8:DAD for making me who I AM!! ALL MY LOVE TO RICH, YOU'RE MY LIFE 8: I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER LYNN ABRAMO - I will have the memories of the past, but the future is ahead! Thanx SB FF. Toronto 2K Bakes G-Football VSball DC SLH nev- er good luck "86" DINA ADAMS - USMCBOUND JUJU BFAL- WAYS, ZSCOOPS, SPIN SNAKE, PRINCE2, FUZZI, SHORTY THANX GUNNY8:SGTV! JUJU LOVES8: THANX MOM! SEMPERFI 8: FLYON 86 BARB APPLEBY - HS FRIENDSHIPS SHOULD NOT END BUT CONTINUE 8: NEW ONES BEGIN. REM ALLTHE GOOD TIMES WE HAD 8: WILL HAVE. ESP. TJ-I LOVE YOU- KU- POCLRBJW.KIT. BILL ARTHUR - IN REMEMBRANCE OF JIM MORRISON, JIMI HENDRIX, and LED ZEPPE- LIN FAST CARS,QUICK WOMEN and GOOD BEER. THANKS B.S. M.N. B.Q., D.H. "ZERBY" BABY RAMBO LIVES KELLY BAKER - THANX FOR ALL THE GREAT X'S8: MEMORIES EASTER VAC. CRAZY-R-U HEAVEN HOLE WC TOR NEVER 4 GET DDSBKBLA CEDKCWS GAMGMKK LYKKGTGRBGGSJG8:ESP NAE!LUV U M8:D KIM BAKER - GOOD LUCK CLASS OF "86" DONT FORGET TORONTO LA KB SP YOU MADE MY LAST YEAR THE BEST LISA 8: MIKE THANX! MOM 8: DAD I LUV U ! ROZ YOU'RE THE BEST SHELLY BAKER - WEFINALLY MADE IT- LYNN! ALWAYS REMEMBER GOOD X's WITH- MSTSK SLAKBBB DJKBBCROME- WHISTLE- WHISTLE-BRANDY "thank you MOM8:DAD!- TORONTO!TODD 7-20-84" CARLENE BAKOWSKI - THE CHILD HAS TAKEN THE NECESSARY CHANCES, THE LITTLE GIRL ENDS-A WOMAN ENHANCES. LUV 8: THANX T'O:' RED, KATH,JUL, ZK,CK,KR-ESP M8:D, DEN. SMILE!! LISA BARR - LB-1.1vE EVERY MOMENT, LOVE EVERY DAY! THANX8: FOR ALL THE GREAT x's CG,SC,LE MF,AW,TW, EG,.1G,MM, MR,AND ESPECIALLY BARB AND TRACEY LOVE U Maofse FRED BAUER JR. - THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES FROM CF, RS, DD, DD, PR, NZ, BH, TW, CB, JC: THANKS MOM 8: DAD FOR EV- ERYTHING: USSR- SABRES CAME NYY TML, BS: PRC: "CLASS OF 86" FF ROB BAUER 1, CELEBRATE MYSELF, AND SING MYSELF, AND WHAT I ASSUME, YOU SHALL ASSUME, FOR EVERY ATOM BELONG- ING TO ME AS GOOD BELONGS TO YOU LOVE YOU MDLP 8: JEFF LISE BAUMANN I MADE IT AND WOULD LIKE TO GIVE A SPECIAL THANKS TO TOM 8: MOM I LUV YOU BOTH FOR ALLTHE HELP 8: CARING I WILL TK CK LS MC JR SS DAR BECKER C-YA AROUND I'M FLORIDA BOUND! THANX QQ MY FRIENDS THAT MADE MY B-DAY GREAT! PARTY HOUSE WHATA "TRIP! ESP KELLY 8: JUDY MBDRMT WTPS BRO, HENS 8: FLANSKI: JR TK ZEP BRANDY BEDNARZ SPECIAL MOMENTS SPENT WXFRIENDS MAKE MEMORIES THAT NEVER END -PPPLPSHA HHLDPJBN WADE- SUZ BETTYJT- JACK ERK 'ANTHONY' I'M PROUD OF U 'LIL'BRO! LUM8:D LORI BENDZULA 86 REMBER WHEN WE WERE IN SUCH A HURRY TO GROW UP? PAR- TY MIX "86" PARTYIN PR M8:D TB, LR SMI- LEY, ITS JUST BEGININ RP KC I MADE IT JO DON BENNETT Sometimes the lights are all shin- ing on me other times I can barely see! Gratefully dedicated schools been a bad trip BOMBVCJL pparty. THOMAS BEST "THE BUDDHA" ALWAYS RE- MEMBER: "THE STRIP" "LUDE" "BOAT" SUMMER OF "85" "SNIPE, 'ZACE", BK, VAR. HOCKEY. . . WSWSMW JT. TF. JUDY BIANCHI, Thanx to all my friends esp. Moe Dar8:Thea Remember good x's at PR. "Bad Company Till The Day I Die" See ya l'm Florida Bound! DB MB WD KIM BIDDLE "Tittle" Sue your the greatest. Thanx for good times. Don I'll always love you! I love you 50 million! I wuv you, Donny MYRTLE 8: DAD! DAFFY! DRL III. WALLY BLAZE Party Hardy till there is nothing left to do but smile smile smile!!!VBlack Sabbath Rules Forever. LORI BLENKER Well seniors this is it we're out of here. Good luck 2 all esp. TWakBKdd KBhkVC Thanx M8:D I LOVE YOU TIM PARTY. MIX 86 LAGNAF. LINDA BOSER My senior was a success thanks to Karen, Penny and Chad. FF I love you Chuck Schneider Linda8:Chuck 9-15-83 KAREN BOWEN Rem all the good times GSKWKF LJSKCM DMLB. Never forget FR. Keep that moon shining. Paint a perfect picture bring 2 life a vision in ones mind. PPR SUZY BRAYMILLER Thanx for all the memories 8: good times IB-friendsl Connie 8: Dawn ESP FRED I LOVE YOU FOREVER PLUS A DAY 8: THEN SOME! Ma Thanx. I Wuv You! MICHELLE BREHM Can we make earth and heaven if we just get high enough? Thanks for all the memories its been real?! I'M DUN. PGPBDB JBMBCK STWBKL SAKIP Panama CANDI BROWN Thanx'SUE' KIMMvAjcc gcbLpKs Rem the good times luv ya all! SEAN- luv- MA8:PA BRO8:SIS Out w f a boom not a bang! Saving all my luv 4 u8:u8:u! GOTCHA!! CHRISTINA BRUSCIA - Donlt ever forget all the good times we shared together. Love you all- JJMMLH VMCBRBDM. Take it easy. Keep in touch Hey-DM IX! always. Jen ppff. MELISSA BRYLISKI I'm as free as a bird and this bird you cannot change. LYN SKY. MEMORIES: PR HAMB. B.F. APLGJL MKMF KMKN luv you MA, g, BROS. ESP. STEVE. TOM BUCHANAN 86 Thanx to all my Friends? For a great senior year! RF JG BZ JF JC LP WE'RE FINALLY OTTA HERE LATER DUDES1 MARC BUKATY, to 86 the Fat Lady has sung. Let's get together! FC Hockey 82-86 GL to all my Buds TR JC, TB, FT, S more 2-28! BEETOW! Dawn - I'm still loving you! DOUG BURKE "A"A"A"A" LED ZEPPELIN 69 JIMI HENDRIX 69 WOODLAWN BUDDY Tom, Shawn, Canadian Beer srl Kashmire Dogs Wild Thing BOMB party CS, MASS GOOD TIMES. RACHEL BURNS LED ZEP "GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES" I'll never forget the Partying x's wf CK,JB,CB,DI, CJ8:DY,GZ,RZ,TS,DZ,BR,TS,JJ LUV YA MOM NEVER 4-GET YA CHRIS CHRISTINE BUSSI Highschool may end,but the friendships will never die!Thanx for all the laughs:Lu MV CB BOB JK BK AP KK CB GD. Love ya M8:D8:G, summer 85! DAWN CABOOT Thanx for the memories JL DL esp. CON8: SUZY "3 musketeersw thanx MOM: I LOVE YOU DAN 3-27-85! JOE CARBONE THESE THREE YEARS HAVE BEEN GREAT! THANX TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND TEACHERS SPECIAL THANX TO JG HW FB JF TB KW AND Mr. Hickey Bye! PAUL CASTANZA TO ALL THE GOOD TIMES ACE, SNAKE,BH,SCHIC ACXDC, DIO Rules. SABERS in 86. WORKOUT BOB CHIODO, VAR. FOOTBALL8:HOCKEY. l'ts time to say GOODBY- TPGTMMS PLWPLCOPRV DTKDPCETP THANX- M8:D, ESPAV, SORRY NEVER 4-GET ON U 'KIM' "let freedom ring" -BRUCE Seniors X 49 JENNIFER CHORAZAAK SOME SAY IT IS HOLDING ON THAT MAKES YOU STRONG, SOMETIMES it's Letting Go. Thanks for all the memories and good times! Peter!PFKWPJ 86 AINETTE STEELE LIBRA 1014 mig BCRP ILI- KETO BEINROTARY 709 MAC KM PAT DLN ZDF Mr. B. GGJ CRZFU NEVERDR SIPLVS SKI RIFLE SWMG CK WISDOMIS THEGREATEST STRENGTH JOE CICCARELLA - OFFICIAL MEMBER: GOLDEN SHOE CLUB' I LOVE A GOOD SHELF' THANKS FOR THE GOOD TIMES- 'JE'PR' FT'NW'GT' JD'TP'JS' -THE GIRL I'm GONNA MARRY'SELPPIN MIKE CLIFFORD SUMMER NIGHTS good times at the parties Highschool Friends will' long be missed as life goes on Greatest memories Toni the Blasdell Gang YO CATHY COLE I"ts finally over and we have all our memories to remind us of all our good times rembr football46f68 and esp my closet friends and fam. Love8:Luck MARY COLERN "The Bes of Timesn thanks for all the good times CCSOMBL SKBMSDW esp DSDM I would have never made it without M-I-J. I LOVE YOU DAVE 7-28-84 "HANK" SHEILA COLLIGAN - I hope they are ready for us Michelle. The best of luck to my best friends Michele Sue Kim Ang Dave. Luv U Mom+Shel- ly.GF SHELLY COLLIGAN - Special Friends and spe- cial times:Chrissy, Jean,Rennee, Bridget,Ang,Li- sa,"Squirt", Helen,DB. Love ya Mom and Sheila! MICHELE COMPISE Live every Moment Love everyday Mem Greg 4-get U,NeverX's Sheila Sheldlerts sum85wf Dave offhaus Love Uhuny 5- 85 BINGENEVERY NIGHTOPRULES Luv U M+D SUE CONNOLLY - Thanx 2 all my friends,KKmvCGjv, esp'CANDI'BlueBus, Stage- Crew8:Drama 4ever!Crankin'Rainbow Lake!Al- lyn"icftfa"! 18-85.Luv U M8:D OUt wfa BANG!! ANGELA CONTI, We had fun mem,may they last, thanx 2 my friends they were a blast" Rem- GF442 PPPMHHC85- Florida- thanxesSheila Tamshellpttu lookmarv Love U M4-D BRIDGET CORCORAN, Hold on to your dreams! GoodX's W X FRAN,SHELLY,JULIE Z + L. Esp. In COS wf Carol. Thanx for everything MOM! Good Luck Everyone! CRAIG CUDDLHY Opportunity doesn't knock it rings-keep in touch Ski with Weggies Always TS GS PW BILL CULVER, Remember the good times, SHANE MIKE HERB KEN JIM KEV ELISE SUE. The fort8:graduation, I'll never forget. Thanks Gram8:Gramp. 50 f Seniors PAULETTE CZUBA - Luv U Tim 101685Sta- geBlind BKCR PartScrongeMajor Best Friends stay w f U if the world fades away'Carla 8:Karen- thanx- Mrs. A,MOM8:DAD. JZLWKSJS. D. DEBERARDINIS I closed my eyes, only for a moment and the moment's gone. All my dreams, pass before my eye's of curiosity. Thanks to M,D, Always "SBI" DAMON DEBERARDINIS Party Led Zeppelin rules. Thanx for the best time of my life. DARYL DEMING: "Missing In Action" DANETTE DETIG - Here we go! Class of '86! Thanx Mom! Best wishes- TWKBLB AKLBLL DB8:ALL! PAM8:BARB 8:CHIPENDALES! PR- BUS858:86! RUM8:COKE -GIN8:T do it! LAG- NAF! !MlC TONY DICRISTOFARO VAR. FOOTBALL, WRESTLING Thanx to all who made my sr. yr. at Frontier a good one-you too Mom 8: Dad Esp. 'BRAND' Good Luck class of '86!! GINA DIFLAVIO Itls been great l'll never forget - VBBA IEMGC OMHSSTGI THANX FOR THE HELP MRS.G. MR. MACHS ESP THANX M 8: D Best friends 4ever SHSCKM KKVMLJ LLKNCB. DOUG DONALDSON WHAT A LONG STRANGE TRIP IT'S BEEN-Grateful Dead Led Zeppelin Thanks to Nancy Haugh PR CR BC JM KA LS SO LL MATT DONALDSON Remember me as I pass by, as you are now so once was I, as I am now soon you will be!! THKS TO CT, KD, SB, DI, PN, What a long strange trip its been. RON DONALDSON "wilt" who's Bill JVHO OPS4 VTEN2D RECKING KREW PAL A'S THANX EVERYONE RIZNRR ERJKL8:OC SMPJLMOS HTPSPBMJG DPKTJNF and Esp. M-I-D DOTY TODD Well it's over Thanks to PCJ. Rush Rules. We had a good year. Thanks to Ed, DK, ST, MT, AND KT. I love you Kim I hope we last for- ever. DAN DOVERSPIKE Hey Dudes It's been a great year thanx for the good x's waddles, BS, MW, JW, Sandy Amy 8: All Never forget school years, they're one of the best. JEFF DOYLE "Soil" Love Ya MOM. Thanx Cap Chill Hainsey. Always rem good times wf BROS. 'JAG lap Brownie Pao Dred Boo KG JC JD ATC Track 88 or BC GANG FUGE! DEANNA DRABEK A tear for the times never again to be, a smile for the feelings of finally being free. Thanks CK, KB, CW Time goes by "FLOR- IDA 85" MARK DREWIEGA IDIGSJ "Remember where ever you go thre you aref, Thanks guys OB,Bone, Fabian, Chip, Dike, Lips. the crash '85, the hole, the crew! KELLY DUNDON - I can walk! Cruisin sloggin dippin Thanks to Binz BeefSpud' Daryle' Dingers! Hought on as-Nan's? RaspBabfEARS Later You Crazy Nuts! FPSM! Luv You Mom 8: Dad JEAN DURETT - It's been fun Catchalater. I'll always love you Billy It's been "The best of times" even through the worst 4-10-85! Good x's wf MJ JDJMSMDK MARY EBERHARDT Don't let father time kick sand in your face. MEGAWOMEN ARE IMMOR- TAL! DRIVER ED. DARK ROOM FUNg worm, the reigns are yours, soccermen! BAND! HOME?? JULIE ECKERT Times change 8: good times come 8: go but friends 8: memories will last for- ever"! Thanx: Leenie Detedy Tam Cooch MeEm Tap2Sp RPkBc LuvUmomChow! ,Nga WNV' , Q I. 'Q JEN ECKMAN - MemsR4ever IVEJDPP TFBTMSF: RSCSCH JSJMTSAHVD BBMEMRT EXS-BK! G!PHP! BA!SU'85! TRZ! WTS?IDK! N4GETU 'DN' ITIIL! THANX SO MUCH MOM 8: DAD CAR 8: LEE! HiBP MICHELLE ECKMAN Thanx to CKZK Luv u M 8:D Good x's -L8:DfT8:K 8:YOU DEB, Never for- get your friendship. I esp. thank Rob for the smile on my face today ILUOI DUNNO DAVE ERKER - Well we're out of here guys! Thanx for all the good x's -JEFF JEJLKD Brand SPIDREJJ' Prom Bus' Thanx M8:D -Thanx for the spec. times I luv u Arlene RICH ERHARDT - Deer hunting, TRIMJ MUD- HOLE, 7 Pointer DE, JE,BB, JD,CG, LOST LOVES, KE,KD, CG,PF, AC, Water Skiing. The Beach Boys ML DP COLLEEN ERNST Thnx4 the goodX's METPDP JEVFDW SPBC LUVUGUYS THNX4 THE SPE- CIAL MEMORIES tap2 Rahs, Camp, Rich '84-HC, MBeach, HOLE, WC's LuvUM8:D. JMCD COO- KIE4-EVER! JEFF EVANCHO - Thanks for all the good times DE'BS' JC'KF'KS 'CB'JL' JE'KD'AM Good Bud- dy Dave. Thanks for good times, Hunting 8: Good luck with everything. KELLIE FANTUZZO - May we know content May our cares be few May our Life be filled wf dreams come true! Luv8:Laffter -Carlene Kathy Zeina Sue Thanx Mom8:Dee. PAUL FEIDER I live for my dreams and a pocket- ful of gold. Zep8:Ozzy 4ever. Thanks to my mom, all of my love to you-Denise, Done in memory of my father. RICK FILIGHERA Let's go Falcons Budda for captain the snipe Regals rule TP BC BM RF JR JH MISS YOU BB GG KS TH VD BJ BN JO TS JK RB DIONNE FLORES THANX FOR ALL THE GOOD TIMES, CM DTRSESR DEE! The Memo- ries will always stay with me. Thanx M8:D l love you Brian. 4-ever! 5-3-85 "The Marina" RUSS FOLEY I would like to thank all my friends who made school a pleasure. TOM, SQUESIN, LUCY,BRIAN, GIMPY, AND JOHN. EIPRIAH, Surf's up, Dude, BUG OFF! VICTORIA FORCUCCI, THE MOMENT MAY BE TEMPORARY, BUT THE MEMORY IS FOR- EVER. Thanks to all my friends 8: esp. to Michael for making me so happy-6f9f83. KATHLEEN FOX My senior year was fun because of my friends. KB, LJ, GS, KW. Thanks to mom and dad for understanding and for being so pa- tient, too. NANCY FRANK, Beefy 'Binzer Stubby Spud- 'Whose parents are away now? What? NO- BODY's? VB8:BB rwf1'Go4aDip? NODOUBT! ALLNIGHTERS! WANNA DATE? Uthink your FUNNY? DINGERS'MI-I' F P' DREW FRIDDELL Football was Jim Dandy Good times in 85 w f Blake, Kaz,OB, Spike, Tony, Vince, Izzy, Lates, Dewey,Evanchos, Dawayne, Phil, NoelTHANX DUDES Hey DIANE, I Luv U! CHRISTINE GANEYg Reach for the stars 8: Fol- low your dreams! Live life to the fullest. Thanks to all my friends for being there. URall Zgood 2be4 fotten! SMILE! LYNNE GANNON I can't believe I made it! Thanx guys JW MP KS JB DBFDDS Led Zeppelin Rules I love you Mom, Thanx for everything. I love you, Dave Patton. RACHEL GARDINA - Xls here were MYBEST! MHw f Friends. Esp LGMGDWCW fS.G. guysl Col-Kel- Sand-Sis-Andy. CYO B-BALL PROM '85. Thanx M8:D, Family 8: Esp-2-my Best Friend- Judy! DIANE GARVIN - Thanx Mom8:Dad Led Zep- pelin Rules Floyd BS BFF TS8:MK 1f12f85 ILlO's 8:JOCKS RULE! SAG EASTER 84 GLAD IT'S OVER OHCNOH DAED SENSE MICH JD SHEYA BRAD HANN EL CCR Rules, Splatballg times with JE, FF, Russ, SM, NR. PROSCI'IEg Bowlingg SMIGMA, Cotter, we'll get one MP Thanks M 8: D SEE YA. NANCY HAUGH - It's time for me to fly - Thanx for all the memories! PRKRKB KSCCMC- Esp. SE SO MW LS LL BY VE-Thank you Mom 8: Dad. I love you always Doug! 8-18-84. AMY HEILIG PPP RMBR Prom Pic Dances Mud H STAD 84 'ohgod' The Classic Dumpy pumpkin Fluff ff BBTJN FKDHL esp. Shelia Shawn and Alissa Luv Ya DINGERS KIT. ROBERT HERR never forget to smile, the crew at McDes, MG, NZ, CE JS, EJ, PC, and the 4M8:MS, and Dad and Mom. Never forget the good times! with ever yone and CS. SHELIA HERWOOD DINGERS! MH BFF AMY, AL SL Classic Brand Stubby Spud JE NF TJ JG DOT Prom Picnic '85 We fooled you!! Memories Nude Pygmies Thanks m PPP CHOW KAREN HESKETH You're never fully dressed with out a smile. We'll be friends first last 8: al- ways-L.P + L.H. Long Duck Dong! All my love to Bucky 5f16f83. BOB HINE: l finally made it. Class of 86 is 41. Good luck to J.S. S.G. K.T. R.S. M.S. 8: C.M. I love you M.F. Led Zeppelin Rules. SCOTT HORUCY VJV SOCCER BUDMAN DKIES SP2 KCILTUT ARNOLD SCOOP BUT- CHIE THE WALLTHE BOSS FMOCHIE PAL A'S RJ MC BM SPUD WEBB BEER! ILBT THANX M8:D JOHN HORVATH Remember good times with varsity soccer Thanks to Putz, Zula, TI, JJ, TR, TH, BN. SONYA HOST Thanx Karen + "L" Baby Guard '85!6! Scrounge 4ever! U Guys R 2 good 2B4got- ten KMGdKp KkKmVm AcNfTj KrMgLv PgScJgEj V. Soc BBall! CFILU KRILU WOAF- HIC! LUVUMOM + BOB ALISSA HUGHES THANKS to All who made me happy-SHEILA, AMY,VAL, BRIDG RMTTH LNFKD BDMD DINGERS Memories are forever IM WITH YOU KEV U R ALL I WANT! LOVE YA!! DARREN INGERSOLL Good Partyin with TS,DZ,MD, BR,GZ,ED, RZ,CB,TB, MD,KD,CT, Seniors f 5 1 1 A--.,11 Hs-Q ers. DY,PN,DB, LOVE YA FOREVER CHERYL, NOTHING LEFT TO DO BUT SMILE, SMILE, SMILE, GD TOM IZYDORCZAK IZZY, THE BOSS! BEST TIMES IN FOOTBALL 8a TRACK WITH DREW BLAKE OBKAZ REMEMBER POTATO STICKS Sc FOOTBALL CAMP THANKS DIJPEP NZJPB S8cESB THANKS MOM8aDAD DAVE IZZY PARTY!!!! GOOD LUCK TO ALL FELLOW SENIORS Specally JP EP TOM NR JR PIUIT NS etc. It's Been Fun But Now Its going To Be Done THANKS MOMSLDAD JEN JABCUGA - CRASH- THANKS MOM 8a DAD-Loveya -HEY BRU, Plop Pop FizzFizz, THE NOTE-PAINTING OUR Faces, HI TOM-CRASh!l CHRISM WATCH THOSE BUSES! THANKS- BM, KG, LD, DK TRACEY JACOBS - "BINZ',: Always remem- ber BB8zVB: "We've only just begun to Live "'BEEF STUB SPUD' DINGERS' AND All You crazy nuts' MUDHOLE 'HOUGHTON LOT' THANX M8zD MARY GAWLAK These have been the best of times! Never forget Prom 85 Route 5 KK LM HR KK NF TJ TK and esp. Joey, You'lI always have a place in my heart! 52 f Seniors JOE GERACE CJR.! Can't wait to see how you turned out at our reunion. Thanx JC, KW, GS MISSM MISS T. MRSZ, MRT. MRB. Thanx for BM DK DALLAS, FALCON CREST! FRED GESIN The best of times at the rink! Omar's fan club is taking over! Sue, you will never top the best! Good luck PlsrEznIDR rsBRdsLW fbKSrfJPbz. JODY A. GIDEO Thanx 2 all 4 the memories, RAR MKS, 8a esp. Kenny 4 all the love 8a special memories. wfevery goodbye u learn 2 build your roads on tomorrow. KEVIN GLEASON CRASH SNIPE WSC THE ERECTOR SET ITF, JT, ML, DB, MC! THE STRIE SUMMER OF '85 THE BUDDHA, THE BOAT, V. HOCKEY 2525 WAC IGAFE. LISA GRAJEDA - Thanx to all my friends 4 all the memories will last 4-ever-Jr. RgAbCw DwMj'Always remember good xls MH, TD, YCD, B-ball 'CLASS OF '86 "THE BEST" TM SCOTT GREEN "GOT NO TIME TO SPEND IN ROUTE. MY FREEDOM HOLD DEAR. LED ZEPPELIN 41 Thanks mom 8: dad, K.B, The De- bars, M.G, T.L., DENYSE MURPHY I LOVE U. CAROL GRETKA don't fall back 8a don't jump ahead, just take each day as it passes by. Best of memories-PAL, JZ, TGBD CRDKA "Special Times" 4-26-85 I LUV U PETER KELLY GRIFFITH LIFE IS A NEVER ENDING SOAP OPERA. THE MAIN CAST IS ALWAYS CHANGING. BFF-CS, Thanks-RDLC CMECPKM, ALWAYS-REM. Camelot 8: Dit Luv u Mom gl Dad MIKE GRIMMER GRIMAS Let the good tiems roll. This school has been a pain. EJRBDS TWDMPR EGAKMB JMET ARMY BOUND! LATER COURTNEY, THANX MOM 8: DAD ZZTOP '66GTO HAVE A GOOD ONE. ANNMARIE GRINDER Rem to save the last laugh for me. Thanks Amy Karen SJ MS SK ME SZ MK JW KU MOM AND DAD. ESPECIALLY THE MAN FROM WASHINGTON. RUN FOR FUN?? ELAINE GROSS An the days go by like a strand in the wind in the web that is my own, I begin again. "KAN ooMEMORIES LIVE ONooAKC GMFKP JGTW8zThe Guys Esp. JN8:MOM J. GUMALTER I SEE MY FUTURE AT THE RAINBOWS END, HAPPY HOURS, Timeless friends-SQUIRE LUV TO THE'SAILING 7f13f84. THANX- MFCGEG AKTWSH LFKP - KA-PPP, WrestIing8zMom CHRIS GWITT "I live for my dream and a pocket- ful of gold" - ZEPPELIN thanx - DB, JZ, JMM, PM, MG, RL, JG and all. Class of '86 Forever! CAROL HACIC - Whats the signif? lstill- DONTKNOW! rm.gdxs 'SumFrPWH' MH- B'LWsCal84 85Soc'BOB 8f85'THX -CE- JERSKHGR BNMRTM 8rDMB8resp., JS! PR85' JLSuddenly 5117185 CANT4GETU. JOE HALAS guys remember the glory days and hope the separate roads we take meet. LYNN JASKOWSKI " . . . and at last it's over" good bye FCS Rem-GATE -WAY-VAR SOC "Stuc- co" Thanks M8rd GDEM LLVM LHJR GOOD LUCK -CLASS OF '86, See ya in 10 years! B. JENSEN - I've been waiting for you Tam. I'll LOVE you forever! Thanx for all the good x's people! BJKJTJ you guys are crazy. M8zD you're the BEST! PAZMS PWSB19 MICHELE JESWALD to all the good x's at Fron- tier Iparties, hole, sthper! shared with good friends IRGJRCK SJCWR JMI-I! -I' Dar, Amy+Michelle Thanx U Guys!! LuvUM's -I-D SPJ RENEE JEWITT CRASH! IRemember Bambi! Path, PPP GOOD x's wfTMDM TPRG, MOI, DAR, SPTPP KTJGT PRNW8cMM -MEMORIES CAN'T BE FORGOTTEN- LUV U M8rD THANX 'TAM'BFF DEBBIE JONES Thanx 4 the mem SE The best xs will never be 4-gotten LB here's to our future I LOVE YOU forever 12f6f83 Thnx 4 the fun xs LBSET DSLSB LUV YA MOM! SARA JONES Thanks, Luck, -I-love To all who cared esp. SK,AG, ARMS, KH, TT, AK, JW, and most of all, MOM8rDAD +the gang. ED JUST ALWAYS REMEMBER WANAKAH NEVER FORGET: MG TS FP KL KD HK TK SB LS MD. ZEPPELIN RULES, CCR, TRIUMPH. PARTY UP!! Thanx to everyone especially MOM-I-DAD. CANDY KEHOE THANX RCLBDR esp. SNISI'I8rSNELL! When mountains crumble to the sea there will still be you and me, BABE! "Thank you" Dan, I LOVE YOU, 4f1f85. SUSAN KELLEHER With all its shame drudgery and broken dreams, it's still a beautiful world. Thanks for being there SJ, JW, TK, AB+ BK, KH, AG, AR MK LOVE YA MOM-I-DAD! PAUL KELLNER "Jr" R'mber good x's at hole wf6 TTPBCP RMMRKS PLWB CCODPO BDMKD TJNFRJ 8zCREW" easy "Search85 VRF BALRich84 Hoops 'BBALL' Beer? NA! TAM U8zME BABE! RICH KELLOGG Special Thanks To None Of the Faculty and Casey Jones. DPRPJE BYYENT RUOCS KCUS See Ya Later-LITRE. DRIVIN' THAT TRAIN . . . PARTY in crew. KATHY KELLEY The Purple Rain will fall from Heaven 8a I'll always be CRAZY 4-u! Thanx for everything-Pit, KS, Rahs, RB, JM, I Love You Mom, Dad, and Shawn! LANCE KELLY SVFC Thanx for all the crazy times. DeaW, BudmaW, Okiel, 28z3, Scooter, SM, Parker 8a Beatle The Wall Moochy CARE JENE Mud Bowl85 I'll blow you up! D.N. ZEINA KERANOVIC The party isnft over yet, it's just begun! Thanx: Nae, Moe, Petro, Red, Car, Stic, LCurly, Ditz, 8: esp.Sis! Keep in touch peo- ple! LATER SHELL! TAMMY KERR These were the best of times! - Good friends forever: Dee,Tam, Trace,KD, JE,HR, DS,MG, CE,BC, SP,TP-Luv Ya Paul- Thanx for a lifetime of memories guys!!! KIM KNAPIK Thanx to all my friends who made this year a Rem. one KS'SH-I-CF'DW WILL nev- er forget-! Memories of today will last a lifetime! Good Luck '86. SUZANNE KNISELY TO: SJ, SR KBT to every- one else, who without, I'd be someplace other than here. TO: Mom, Dad 8: Liz: I luv u! Long Live Rock 'N Roll! Goony-Goo-Goo. ANNE KOCH - The best thing to hold onto in life is each other and to remember the times we've shared. I luv u Kev 4 ever! Thanx TWMF CGJG LBLZKP MMTS Esp. EG8c M8rD. KIM KORAIEWSKI At least we'lI always have the memories rem the great times MGCB SCMV GDhrKRds LOVE YOU MOM 8: DAD! 'I LOVE YOU PAUL ALWAYS AND FOREVER! 9f87 BARB KOWALCZYK Well the year has ended. It has been a great one. Thanx to all my friends especially MM 8: DP. You're really great. I love you Mom Sr Dad '86! TRACEY KRAKOWSKI, Thanx for soo many wild x's DC-GUYS-Whoah! LB-never forget MO- TORCYCLE MAN!301-CS. SCROUNGE Crew. Jason who makes me smile! RSDEM8rD KRESCONKO Been DAZED AND CONFUSED! NEXT PROJECT Yellow Bridge REVITALIZA- TION PROGRAM AND MASSIVE MOGOMBO HUNT! Catch Ya on the FLIP SIDE LATER BARBARA D. KRUSE I-LANGAF: So long Pea- body. All my Best to everyone especially LB,DD, TW,AK, MB,TR AND the KA. CREW. TAKE IT EASY! GUYS PATTI KRUSZKA I-IERE's TO CREAMY DE- LUXE FROSTING AND RESPECT. HURRAY FOR CAMPING AND SLEEP-OVERS. CINDY AND HAROLD, THANKS FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE. BARB KRYSZAK THANKS FOR THE MEMO- RIES! AND TO THE BEST OF MY FRIENDS, TmKmGr MmDpMm MkPoCk, meet ya at Dad- scraw! THANKS MOMSLDAD! THANKS TLI- CIA! HEY YOUS GUYS! DAVE KUBIAK: A SPECIAL THANKS GO TO MY FRIENDS, ALWAYS THERE WHEN I NEED- ED THEM. REMEMBER PHIG, THE MIDNIGHT MOVIES, CRUISING SENECA, 81. WHERE's ANDY WHEN YOU NEED HIM COLLEEN KUSCZAK. No matter how far I may be, all those miles gave me many good memories!! with BIG "4-", WPDD DFTS. ESPLYNN "GA" Thank SMSLD "FLA85" I LOVE U KEL4-EVER! MICHELLE KWAPICH-KWAP! Hold on tight to memories 81 don't let go of your dreams. Thanx mom 8a esp. Trisha-tog. forever OXMIKE OX- JOHNO' St's tommdojo -Leg SGRT MJLC MGWD SBK. ROBYN KWIET NIEWSKI Well it has been a long 3 years and I'm finally free. Lot's of thanks to you Kandy Smith Luv ya Mom and Dad. I love Danny Eckert Forever! Take it Easy. PAUL LABINSKI - My Senior Year was the best days, I've ever had. Special Thanks to OMAR'S FAN CLUB! ANOTHER SPECIAL THANKS TO Sue Reagan, who is so cute. LISA LA FAVE We've had a lot of good times- thanx to all my friends, esp. GD LJ VM SH KM RS AND Mrs. G. 8:AP- REM B-BALL 8: SOCCER- H86 Rules" THANX DAD I LOVE U CHRIS LANG HATS OFF 2 CREW! DRAMA 4- EVER! THANX ALL esp. M8zR JR, CO BA KU JW KH! HERE'S 2 OUR FRIENDSHIP JOHN LOVE YA GO 4 A STANDING OVATION AL- WAYS TAMMY LASOTA The cutting edge The best of Years Seventh period Senior Lounge Thanx to mom and dad. Lots of love to NW, LW, DD, RS, KR, especially SN. SUE LATES Never forget the memories I had here ITS BEEN REAL THANKS KIM!! Always remem- ber THE D BOYS! KURT I LOVE YOU! Thanx mom 8: Dad SC, DJ B ADAMS. ' ' .45 ifir' I X- v ,, Q ,ff ., "K-ss, Seniorsf53 JULIANNE LENAHAN Dad, I did it! Thanks: Dina, Ma, Dick, Mo, the boys Chefs Rest. Miss ya Gram. Mom Dad. Thanks for being you. Steve, I love you! 'NAVY' HEAVEN 7-24-84. HELEN ANN LENARD, SPUDSoftball's 41 Rem 'MH PPP' Dinger's -BBDE NOLUGH HERE 8zall my buddies esp. 'Beefy Binzer Stubby' Thanx 4 all the laffs 'Thanks Mom 'CHOWI LISA LEWISHold on to your dreams, triumph al- ways remember Panama Hamburg Beach. Thanx to SOBYMW GGMHMY NHJL and the Beach Bums Special Thanx to Mom Dad. DIANE LIPPACHER The best of times will never be forgotten. Thanks Leslie 8: Carrie for always being there. Thanks Mom 8a Dad Kevin. "The best of Times" STYX. JULIE LOCKWOOD - BLONDIE -I'LL NEVER FORGET THE GOOD X'S WITH MY GOOD FRIENDS! ZEP-PARTY'S -PR-SR. FTBALL GAME! HMBG BEACH! THANX KLJSMB PWLLSO -LOVE YA KEVIN!! 'ROCI-IET" LONCHER, HI RUSS, RIZ, BH, SM, RW, S.P 28OZXZ, VOL: SPLATBALL: 69 CAD- DY: BOWLING, YO-BILL, HOOPS: THE WALL: SIGMA: COOTER: PICKLE HI PM: THANX D M ROTHS: LATER . . . SHAWN LORKA TOT HEGREAT ESTTIMES GOODKYC JTJNFH LKDBB' DINGERSKEEP LARGHING PP85PPP DANCESOFF SMAR- TREMARKS 'LAUGHS' HIPSGOSSIP 'THANKS MOM AND DAD CHOW. MIKE LOTCKI - SIMON- Fun in Sum-85 IMOJ, sufc Ieggsl Thanks for the help, esp. M8cD, PJ. Stick it to them MARK Ilast chance! Always re- member you ANNA. M8cT PMH, JD, SIMON. SAM LUDD - Rockin Sz nockin 7th scrounge. Always Remem. BSWfSHaj SCco CBsmLB jg Coo's. Get us drunk 8a do funny things to us! Go to hell world we're SENIORS! C8zS S8cA L8zT. PENNY LUX, Well it's over. It's been GREAT. Thanx to all my friends. Memories live fore- ver.THANX to CT LB CS FS BH RS EN CM. KEEP IN TOUCH Luv Ya All. CHRIS MADIGAN I'm standing on a hill in a mountain of dreams, telling myself it's not as hard as it seems. -LED ZEP -Special Thanks to S.C., E.S., S.M., D.C., 8: C.B. -Bye! TRACEY MANNING - Thankx to my buddies: Grade 'Barb 'Maria 'Karen and cuz'n TEE-HA. Cannot 4-get POMK DOMM DPMS. 'member- Crwddy's!!! I've had fun Luv U M8zD LAUGH!!! MIKE MAREAN Everyone at the fort has made my senior year GREAT Thanks: Elise, Shane, Herb, Ken, Pat, Jim, Bill, Sve, Dave, and especial- ly zz-top and CCR. 54f Seniors MARIA MASTRANGEIO The memories last 4- ever -Tracey, Grace, Barb, Chris, Karen U R THE GREATEST!!! I'm anx for anything LUV U'S esp. M8zD Here's to Beat x's Keep Smiling!!!!!!!!!! BILL MCANDREW U.S.M.C. 29 PAL MS CALI- FORNIA CHEVELLE RULE! MR. MOJO RISIN LIVES! CLASS OF '86 SUE McCARTHY Well its been a good year! THANKS TO EVERYONE. ESPECIALLY SB, AS, WM, PL, AP SH, CPL TH, MF, AND DM PARTY! WENDY McCARTHY, "Peanut" Drama MFL ST. Gov. Thanx For The Smiles Steven 8f19f85, LPEMKC MMFSM M8zD, ESP Jen Best Buddy A8cF Rem. "Madness On The Beaches" KAREN MCCOOEY: luv 8a miss u all! KRnf TJgd BNpg LVkpMG ESP myaiflbud Sony!! Always Rem: VB bb SB HC "85" Thanx baby face 4 being there. PS Thanx 4 Trying. ILUM8zD KIM MCCOOEY: Memories are meant to look back on8z not to live by. Thanx 4 the memories. GD NF TJ KR KP HL DM MG8zSH. WOAFHIC! Varsity Sports All The Way! LUM8zD CHRISTINE McCORMICK Thanx Ma 8: Pa 81 Michelle Couldn't do it wfout you thanks for memories of the 17 yrs. I love you John. Thanx MKJVSS CJCMDONM 827 Sampo! , .......... .ios"" 5 " ..-of l , E KATHY McCULLY School was a trip!! Another one for J F8zLA! GRIFF, YOUR THE GREATEST!! Double Trougle forever!! "We Will Be Invincible" Pat Benetar LAURA McDONNELL Memories of fun x's Wfgood friends 4-ever-reach for your dreams- Thanx M8zD 'Kevin' Youll always be the one to- make me smile- I L U! MIKE MCMILLEN, Im gone! Never forget the wild times in PR wf PIJ PR PP! CHEVY 41 right Pete?! PURPLE RAIN! USMOKIN IN THE BOYS ROOM" Wf RR MG MOTLEY CRUE! GTFO!! SUE MCNAUGHTON - It's nothing but green grass 8z high times 4-ever LED ZEP Love gl thanx to mom, CM, EM, TR, JD, KF, TE, 81 esp. JACKIE Opus! No doubt JR ya think so! CHRIS M. MECOZZI 8f9- "it" happened Nug- Thanxl- Van. shaksscrusin 545! Alwrem- Katy VMDOC MKGJJ, BBBIZ best f GTFO!!! Tom-xs 2 gether r great! I LUV YOU! BEEP2 Dadshome!! DENINE MEEGAN Thanx to all esp. MICHELE KM KM JB AS JB luv ya M8zD Erick + friends MS KG MC CV KK DS LG BM CM SILVER CREEK LOG EG 4-ever 10-2-84 Rem. 4-1-84 ELISE MEIER ILC! What a drag it is getting old- stones 2 all the great x's + go od friends esp. FORT, ASR PROM PICNIC, summer of 85- alwaz remember I LUV U SHANE 4 EVER MENDOLA ELAINE "CoIonut" xs 2 Rem- Van- shakes- Sami BBBrandyH- ween85-yeah, I had a few! 'PT Inverse' 5 for 5 Thanx 2 'KG AP VM WP SH DO KO SM GT FO MATT MEYER skydive 85 Sleep in fear at TOBY'S. Cruise Carts at cWc. Ski Club! Dish- detergent suds 'ALCOHOLISM'! -Thanx to all my friends. CWilly with Gin! CHERYL MILLER - Var. Rifle, Germany, NHS- Maximum Big Suprise! Thanx Mom, Dad, Mark'BFF: Pinky 8L Lisag KMTRMSL MDSRRSS JDPDN 703419 esp. DH, GK, RMP -MrH - DDPSACHB A She-Ba SCOTT MILLER "86" "I Finally Made Itf' What a TRIE Thanx To THE "DEAD". CLASS OF 86 RULES! LB REM. ED HAD SOME WILD X'S IN BETHFORD. PR BUS "85" WAS GREAT SIT JACKY MINK NEVER 4-GET SUE Teresa JTED DCCM CWPH tTODD Opus, Shopping eating an gels: Fooled ya all PARTYIN' BKStore like rollin' BIG Bucks: on way to the TOP MARRENA MISERENDINO Time of your life huh Kid? Thanx To Suez and Heidi THE FORT hwkgmm bkssdp Suzie why are you crying? MILL- ER Ihighlifel DAVID BOWIE IS GOD! MARK MOHO-GROOVULAR YEARS THRU HIGHSCHOOL! NIKI AND HIS TAG -TTE PO1 DO IT AG AIN, FORMULA ONE, FERRARI: BOTH WONDERS OF THE WORLD, DANKE CMBWTR MMEMS SI-IWDS8zGC MICH MONCKTON - "MONK" LAMBORGH- INI RULE, SO DO GO CHEVELLE SS. JAM- MING TIMES AT WANADAH CC. SLAM SOME BARLEY POPS DOWN! SOMEDAY I'LL GET L.B. EAT CLAM, DUDE ELIZABETH MONDEL - Thanks to all my friends for the smiles, laughs, and the good times: GD LH JJ LJ KM MM KN KR JR DW RJB RSDS EM KIM-WE DID IT! LOVE YOU MOM NANCY MONTAGUE - Remember the best of Times, always remember KHLR RPAC SPMO best friend always Danae! Love ya! I'll care always Jason, I Love you Mom-I-Dad 86 KATHY MOPPERT, Thanks for the memories and the frienships. Good Luck in the future! Thanks. FLF LR EM KG JR CM and KB. Thanks mom and Dad. KELLY MORGAN Dancin' Days R here again! ZEP 4-Ever! LS + CP Thanx 4 the friendship. Remember Parties at Lees, Triumph, the Van, summer of 85 . . . Casey Shoob SHAWN MORRIS, U.S.M.C. JULY 28 IM GONE, NICE SHIRT RUSS, LANCE YOU SHOOT LIKE EASTWOOD. NEVER FORGET, RW, JL, BH, WOR SH, ML, MO, JN, DR, ES. AINT IT THOUGH, 86 RULES KAREN MOZGAWA THANX FRONTIER! YOU'RE THE BEST. CLASS OF 86 RULES! ART CLUB THANX TO BK TM MM GR NEVER FOR- GET YA!!! TOM MUELLEY - TO PN CT DY AND THE REST OF THE CLASS OF 86, AS JIM MORRI- SON WOULD SAY "THIS IS THE END"! I HOPE!! VAL MINICH - GOOD TIMES-I-FRIENDS LASTA LIFETIME. THANX M + D THANX FOR BEIN THERE FOR ME. GINA GOOD LUCK TO ALL ESP GD LJ KM CB CM EM SH LC KS WP AP HOMECOMING 85 RENEE NELSON - TO ALL THE COOL PEO- PLE I MET, HERES TO YOU! TO ALL I DIDN'T, YOUR NOT WORTH IT. THANX CP KM JO I LOVE YOU JOHN FOREVER. LETS PARTY RAMBLIN ROSE "86I' TOM NOELLER My good friends you made it fun- go for it guys! Here's to the best of times wfWee- pul, my lifetime love XO21Osn Special thanks to Mom and Dad. PAUL NORMAN TM, CT, DY, We got it, as in gone babe gone! No more pencils no more books mo more teachers dirty looks. School out forever. Thanks guys for a good year. KATHY NOWAK It's been great! Thankx for all the memories 8: great times: LH, GD, CL, AB, EM, MS, SJ, 'MM' 8: esp. Mom 8: Dad. Friend- ships may not last long but memories do. PATTY OAKS Thanks for the great x's 8: memo- ries esp. M8zD, my best buddies Lee8zJo who are always there. Always remember GRDW DOBa JjMj TmBk KmMmDp DrDsNw JcDn Love to ALL! GEORGE OBAD O.K. Good Times Bad Times You know we've had our share Led Zep your time is gonna come. To all the people Thank You BH, RR BO, AND the Bros TIE. TOM O'BRIEN OBie Special Thankx to Genesee, Digs, Kaz, Bone, BG Lips Fabe Rs. The Fatman, Stadium -84- Sidelines-85 Cabin-SU- Napalm Sticks to Kids. Chris. JACK O'CONNOR Thanks Bud Dilsy Scooters Scoop Pat Chris Mike Lance Thankx Mom, Dad 8: leen for everything. IWLY4-ever KYM Z. Thanks 4 always being there Patty O. CORY O'DEE Ready Rudolf? Ready Santa! Dra- ma gl crew 4:ever! Thankx Everyone! I luv You ALL! Esp. DT, AR CG, JR, CL, CB, SC, AND KMH If anyone I forgot!, Thanks M8zD. SAMANTHA OLEJNICZAK If you can't be with the one you love: love the one your with: CSN - Enjoy, what you do! Thanks: LLCC MWBY MCGK NHLM MA8zPA Pana 85 BEACH BUM LIVES! DIANE ORLOWSKI PPP! DINGY! Thanks for all the good times! NWCM MKKH Thank You Mom- 8zDad, I love You! And most of all, Thank you Drew- I love You! Diane-n-Drew - I f '1-,fu PM I I if is l Seniors f 55 TOM PAGE Thanks to JAYBF JWRBD MMEDJCK. GREAT TIMES Wf JRJWRB SLEXP JEAN "BOYS PLAY BASKETBALL BUT MEN WRESTLEV' TAKING GOOD CARE OF 117 TIM! LOVE YOU MOM8cDAD!!! AMY PALERMO PAW SPARTWLD' gang FRANNY BOYS 4341-1-85 GT'SWfFISH CBSC KMKM LUEM GDLHKB COTMK SCCM IBROWN ALMVJ IMED GRANDAD -IVE LOVED THEMALL, I'LL DRINK 2U!! HARI KRISHND. TONY PALOMBARO "LOVEBOAT" REGALS RULE! VARSITY HOCKEY. GOOD LUCK SE- NIORS esp. PR CLASS. TI-IANKX MOM 8a DAD 8zMY FRIENDS RF TB KG TP AK MB BJ SS "GENNY". PAUL W. PAOLINI REM CLIT-MAX. RIDGE RUNNER IS BOSS, CLASS OF 86 RULES REM. GOOD TIMES -l- GOOD FRIENDS, PJPRTEB DMTSRMTD ESP SHIEP: PAM SOIL, RBAUER THANKX MICK-l'JOAN. FRAN PARENT WHAT"SUP? LED ZEPPELIN 4- EVER DP THE OCEAN! remember the neighbor- hood. Watch out world here we come. ILRHF DB DP RH BB DP DD LG INFAOY SEE YA. STEVE PARKER - Porsche-There's no substi- tute! 11OHH Bettle gl RJ THANX Mr. Molson 4 all the good x's Dive "85" TPBC MMLW PKGT CEDP M8zD-MOM P. esp. Tracy USAF DAVE PATTON Time Goes Bye! Triumph Sc Zep- pelin Forever! Thanks for all the good times and help DBDPSC 8x The Neighborhood! To my luv LG Good luck!! CHRIS PAVEL Remember yesterday, dream about tomorrow, but live for today! Good Luck KG MP RN EM CK Lisa 8: my AE Kelly I'll Love You Always John 5-9-84. MARK PAWELA V JV Hockey okie's spz DN KCILTUB SCOOP BUTCHIE KM CP RD LK The Wall Betty Lives Pal aIs I Moochie MC RW WTF BUD BABALABA Thanx M and D. JOSEPH J. PAWLAK JR. WRESTLING, 57 CHEVY, 68 MUSTANG, Thanks to All the Wres- tlers Esp. TP BPJMTC-I-MR. Wilde. Thanks to RSTDSE TIDIJ RSSN SSCR WNRE PHPJ BPH Good Luck to '86 LOVE YA MOM 8: DAD 56 f Seniors CARRIE PENN "Give me Silver, Blue 8: Gold. The Color of the sky I'm told. My rainbow is over- due. Thanks Mom8zDad, KW DL AK SM8zJB. Good x's in PotRd. Camso op8cHill DAR PENVOSE, THANKX FOR THE MEMO- RIES! SR. YR IS GREAT! TO My buddies Mar- rena, SWBK ENCP TCBKPO. SEE U IN FL-C.I LUV U M8rD IPS-SHE DID hit Kitty!! SEE YA IN '96 SUE PERKINS: Hey squeaks! Had a Great Time Guys Where are the Mountains? Let's Go! Re- member ya Forever CL DL CC MS BHSF ESPE- CALY Henry I'LL LOVE YOU 4EVER DAVE PETRIE MUD HOLE RULES Good X,s at the Hole with FABE KAZ JHCG BGRSDS Home- coming 85 AMY PIENTA MEMORIES OF TRACK AND FRIENDS, FLA. 85 THANKS SJ, MS, JW, ME, SK, SZ, ESP ANNMARIE, KAREN, MOM8rDAD . . . AND REMEMBER GUYS: RUN FOR FUN DARYL PIENTA What a long strang trip its been thanks to the F-Four+Rich also the cem crew Special thanks to Kim WhiteLove Ya 8-ball deluxe OOh Yeah DEE PIETRASZEK Rahs! Rich '84-HC '84-Prom '85-Thanx guys: "Sis',, BE, RPL TW, TT, TP, CE, PS, PK, GT, BC, TD, esp. Tam-M8cD-Special times with my sweetie, Jim-9-28-84. LISA PIETROCARLO - Todays beautiful mo- ments are tomorrows beautiful memories. Thanks for making my memories special: BBKH LHZK HOLE PPP. luv ya mom8adad MSGD. 86 LYNNE PIKE Thanx for all the GREAT X'S! Good Luck to my friends-Jen-ESCM DBVC BOMB JM- Party-All MY LOVE TO YOU RON 5f13f83 Thru 4EVER! CCR ITS been real AMF WENDY PIKE Thanx Amy 8z Elaine for Hang- time, fishi 8a BUSHMANIA. Else8cJulie remember fun at GC8cParties. Thanx GB PF SK TH 8: MOM. IN MY MEMORIES FOREVER. LUV YA ALL JEFF PIKUL Thanks for stadium 84. The Mud- Hole rules: Bone RKMS DFRF JWTT OBNI MMMD TIJM JN Shots at Mulligans . . . Vodka take off Ron Psych Homecoming 84! STEVE PIROTTA Hurdling wfRJ 8: SP LS A'S 400H the wall var. xc Indf Out Track Betty Lives CTF Loop Scooter RJ Dilsy Riz's O'S Led Rob pBA Thanx Mom 8: Dad LAURIE PHILLIPS -- to those who are special in my life: KS JV JV SW and TS. Thanks for your love SAM. you're in my mind always! I did it mom and dad! RENEE PHILLIPS Thans 2 all! esp. Moe 8z Jody, M+B. DP TT AC JE RAHS! GOOD X's: stadium '84, Mhole, Kashmir, Prom '85. PHIL- Thanx 4 beautiful memories bun. 10f2Of84 CHOW LAURI POUND - When you are kicked from behind you're in Frontier The best to you all- M-I-D, MVWM BKJK AJCB SJ-I-SF'esp. Chris'Thanx for the memories! PRENDERGAST TOM "TOILET" SKULLY THANX 4 ALL THE GOOD X'S LWSP MMBC PKGT PRNW FTJC 8: THE REST 'BEER' HAS PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN MY LIFE NAKED BB'S LONG LIVE MUFFY MICHELLE PUGLISI - THANK GOD ITS OVER. My Biggest Thanks goes to RICK. Without him I would not have made it. I LOVE YOU LOTS Also thanks to CK, JW, CM, ES, JL. PHIL RAPINI I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER RE- NEE AND THE SPECIAL MEMORIES WE'VE SHARED VFOOTBALL -RICH '84 "GO GRIFFS" MISSY RAUSCH DENIS ROTT I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER! 1Of23f85 TX ASCS LBMOE 'BIRDI IWMLTYB "I leave it all behind me now so many worlds away . . ." SCORPIONS PAM RAUSCHER Wheels In the Sky keep on Turnin' don't no where I'll be 2moro-Thanx to m-I-d nhks msjw Esp DD8rKR It's Just You 8: Me Jamie I Love You 1Of31f83 JUDY RENOWDEN The Best Memories are the X's spent wfmy friends Thanx for the laughs Cath, Lis, Dar, Mic, Kel, Col, San, esp. Rachel Rem B-ball Prom MH s+H-I-FAMA ROBERT RENSKOWSKI Senior Year was the BEST. Good Times at the Rock. Keep Party'in TS, DI, GZ, DD, DB, DZ, TS, CB, RB, AP JJ. Crusin' Chevelles. THE GRATEFUL DEAD. PAUL RENZO 1986 LIVE LIFE AND ENJOY. EXCEL TO THE LIMITS PURSUE THE BEST THINGS. APPRECIATE LIFE. BEST OF LUCK TO ALL FRIENDS . . . E-I-J R KERRY RICH Peg KP KM BN LV MG NF TJ GD JW WW- Thanx-MOM8:POP! Rem sw vb bb 8: SOCCER! Hc '85! Pitt '85-Curly! Thanx Sc luv u TROY MH-3 Ip,k,ll KM XPB 4 u! KIM RICHARDS Thanx to EM, JR, DW, KM, REM THE SENLG -l- STHD our times will last a life- time Thanx all of my Friends for gt Rem Tm, Iwe, Bm, Thanx MOM AND DAD KATHY RICHTER UWHENEVER YOU DREAM YOU'RE HOLDING THE KEY, IT OPENS THE DOOR TO LET YOU BE FREE" GOODXW PRLS BYJN CGMK CB- THANX -M8rD 'ILUVU' BILL "THANK-YOU" HEIDI RIEDERER The past is our's to remember: Never forget Betty and Friends. THANX for ev- erything M8zD. Luv u Joey "T" Time is on our side. Smiles 8a Wishes JOHN RIVERA 86! Drama, Band-Saxappeal -All My Best HRrs PImeSZ -PEE WEE! KATHY -IRE- LAND? MB-UPPER CLASSMEN RULE! f Chris - The Ultimate Friendship! Thanx M8zD Take care OW! JIM RIZZO "Riz" Genesis's V-Ball 'Hey Bill. Hoops -Pal A's Recking Krew. Hmrm Crew. Thanx Everyone -RDRW JLJG TRCZ PRSP RJWM 30CS MOSH KLJP TPBW BMEZ RR Esp. M8zD! NICK RIZZO "OKAY BILL" It's been fun -whop- per- BM Rocket -Hoops bench Beetle- LSA's - VOL- Russo's CBHR GBA -where IZZY SHRD JMP-AL JR. HMRM Crew -Bowling THANX m8zd... PAUL ROORDA -ef10bTW SOFTBALL, BBCOACH DS, RL, TD, JS, TB, KT, LS, A's RM AMERKS CF, TDNY METS, KNICKS, SABRES, TM LEAFS MID HOCK, R BALL "It's how you play the game" TODD RUSSELL, Alws a part of me: Soccor 83-5- GCPres -NHS-VC. GPSabres -PCGenesis -Levi, "HR CREW" "STUCK" MdMm BaCm PrPs Sw- Dv RsJhBj SsDsJdPm LdFiDd F18zBS ThanxM8zD GRACE RUSSO "GRACO" LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL, REM: JTZ, TFF-SHOUT, CRAWDS', FAIR, SABES 86'l THANXS M8rD, TM BEST WISHES 8: GOOD LUCK TO: TMMM BKKM MMCH MKPO DP - LOVE YA MARK SALADYGA Listen to your Heart and Hold on to your Dreams. TRIUMPH -To the Good Times at the Buxton and Mulligans. To my Friends -PWDS BOBO MD. THANX M8cD DEBBIE SALERNO MARDE GARD KIM DE- GARD CMNJ TTTW TKKD THANX U GUYS! JEW HC 83 LUV 2 MOMSLDAD 'BILLIEJEAN' TO BILLY: I LOVE YOU. REMEMBER 10-14-83 tlc A8zF JWTM ONK RICK SALISBURY THANKS FOR EVERY- THING BREAKER. JZ, PB, PR, FB, DD, LW, CG, + Armor Fire Co. Thanx Momd-Dad. Carolyn I LOVE YOU. 2f1Of84 . . , Class of "86" rules. RON SALISBURY THANXS MOM AND DAD FOR BEING THERE WHEN I NEEDED YOU! I LOVE BOTH. ALSO, TO THE PERSON I WILL NEVER FORGET, I LOVE YOU "HEIDI SUE"!! MONICA SANTANDER I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU TO ALL MY FRIENDS AP A.G. K.H. J.W. S.J. A.B. G.M. E.H. FOR ALL THE WONDERFUL TIMES WE HAD TOGETHER. I'I.L ALWAYS REMEMBER FRONTIER. DAVE SARGENT BANEY! Remember all the good times at the HOLE! PW. M.S. R.K. DP B.J. M.D. M.P. T.O. J.O. P.K. T.P. B.C. L.W. G.T. D.D. C.G. I'I.L. T.L. K.D. Z.K. R.T. Remember We were Born To Run. DAVE SCHEFFLER Thanks Mom 8: Dad, To friends- RB MG RF, PIVIOT, EG TW MB 468, Elcamino's, Iron Maiden, ZZ Top. HCOPENHA- GEN" BETHFORD! RON SCHEFFLER SPLASH- WhatchgonnaDO'?: Tanx: JE RS CE W SQ DT GP JK RK TK IGSLM - f ..:- . ..!. .... I , rii I: X. , . . , ., - f 1 .Z f f f .,,rz,,, rf- - . rfvwisreaf Q-1lirmrmf-,411-filtifllhfarr, ,..qi,y, .-M2125-3,g,,,,. . my . ,,,. ,, .Eg , .. ,,!,,,,,5,!:, t. ,,:,.,g,,Ng,,,,,:5Eg3trg,52,5igQ,,,,gMM.,. ,,!fiay,Izmr.5g-ielgwe-for .-I 4 .om .- .. -. - . ,.- - 1 - . - , 1 m 3. -iwgff? 1 vi , Q, ,, :"' 1 .. "' I - " ' - I I s .rsrr . ' A avg r M - , x , ' ' s- ,f s 'I ., g . ., ,W .,., K 1 x . X, , 3 r . 1 I f J I I Seniors f 57 LARRY SWITZER Thanks for all the good times Cb: SHML HA-Goong GOO GOO MBowl TZone Zed DUPA YASH SCHW ANZ -NFM, ABWLF: 'JEN' CHRIS SCHMIDT "Everything forgotten returns to the circling winds" Best of luck to: RS, JH, KS, JE, KH, APL TK, AB, LP 8: Gang. KIM SCHMIDT Thanx for all the special memo- ries that I'll always have thanks DAWN Rem SUM 82' Dar YKLZ KKCH CSTP LSTC ESP MOM 8: DAD! Toodles 86! TONI SCHMIDT - PARTY HIGH LED-ZEPPE- LIN WILL NEVER DIE! THANX MOM 8: DAD BEST Memories with DI 8: MITCH JD, BCWS CVDN PRPR TC I LOVE MIKE FOREVER! SEE YA SWEETPEA! CHAD SCHEIDER K C S D LISA SCHOEN, Always remember the great x's w f the Bells Crew. Parties in the van 8: broomball. Words are hard to find, when you have to say good-bye. KMJC SHOO! RICH SCOCCHERA - AT JOURNEYS END ANOTHER JOUNREY UNFOLDS, AND DESTI- NY'S PATH LURES ME. THANX TO GREAT FRIENDS AND TEACHERS, LIVE LONG AND PROSPER. LISA SCOMATHE Time is gone, but we have our memories- CC, SO, NH, TW, KS, MC, ME, BC, BY, THANKS. Remember PR! Bob, I LOVE YOU ALWAYS! 10f15f83. I 9 'x . vp fi. fa ge. . ws3sQZ - ,..hV. -rf ,,, ,,,. .. vt v Q ,- J . 'r!5,,,'i , " i-tiff' 519 ',?z?"'fiWW'i" " I 'A -as I I r L , I ' si ' '11, ' f '-air. " , ,aw fflty l , I ff -,. . I " 2 f 9 , 'I' Y , . I t ,,,. , , . 'inn . . - rr ' :f f v ' I 1 . f ' 3 fi iff! 5 58 f Seniors ROB SEOFERT I would like to THANK Bob and Vern For Helping the Most. Led Zeppelin and Pink Flody all the way. TIM SHAFER "Remember the weggles" Can!t live with em Can't live without em Thanx Craig KWKB BC PWClass of 86 Thanx MOM. ERIN SHANNON FLY WHEREVER YA WANT TO GO AND HAVE A BLAST KI KNOW I WILL! HS COULDN'T BE WXOUT CMLP JWNB MPAND ALLTHE REST WHO MAKE LIFE THE BEST! LED ZEP R8cR! DAN SHEFE "SHARP" VSoccer W5 NHS It's Academic 411419 'Always rembr: RBRS TNMS RSMZ M8zMTR BACZ KSCM TSRS BN2'RIZ. THANX MOM8rDAD! Its gonna get better, Phil Collins' TOM SIMON Remember the times at WANA- KAH: EJ KD KL SB HK TK DS MD. "Stairway to Heaven" is no. 1 and special thanks to my Teach- ers and my Mom and Dad. KATHLEEN SITAREK Well Uguys everything has to end, but just think of it as a new beginning. VOLLEYBALL 83-85. Thanxs: Mom8rDad, JPB Love always Sr Forever WTKB SMVBD. KAREN SKOLNIK Here's to the best times in Woodlawn? DCTB SCCK PLMJ RM-l-MICK. Esp. KIM-BFF! Most of all to TOMA'S- I Love U! "HEAVEN" Seger+Floyd- Love ya Ma-l-Dad. MICHELE SLATER Good Luck to all! Special Thanks go to DMDK CKDL CBIARD! Luv ya Mom+Dad! BFF DENINE! GWEN SMITH Thanx for everything Mom+Dad. Love ya! Thanx for Being my Best friends DAREN, KEITH, KATIE, JOE, SHERl,MRS. HARLEY, MRS. M. and MISS B Luv ya!! BRENDA SNYDER To the whole gang- thanx for making this year the best! Now maybe you'll see my side of things! Hi to RM, TC, DD, TS, MK, KL, TL, AC MOTLEY CRUE. CHRIS SOBCZAK, NVR 4GET THE M8rM w f RS INTBFI JENJ ERFE ZTSDT ESP MIC I LOVE YOU! 9f21f85 ROE THX 4 GRT XS BDG, GAZ, BK, XS BDG, GAZ, BK, PHI-I MOON, VI:D, CRAZY4U! "ZEP" STH LOVE YA MOM LISA SORRENTINO Leaves have fallen all around Its time I was on my way LED ZEP tl. MEMORIES 2- JNCG MGGKKR ESP. . . TJ! Luv yaall! Fry Days FAIR WHATATRIP THANX -l- LUVTOMA SHANE SOTO - If the mountains crumbled 2the sea there would still be U 8a Me -ZEP- I luv u Elise! I got the best friends I could ever have at the Fort!!!! DAN SPRING - Will always remember 85 soc- cer team. We didn't always win but we never lost. Remember all patient enough to be a friend. esp. SS + MW. KELLY STAFFORD Thanks Laurie 8a Tish and to the one who made my last 256 years the best, my one 8: only love Mike, you!!! always be "My Schiff' TISH STAFFORD I'll always rem the smiles we shared thanx BP Susie, KS, LR MS, KS, Esp. Joe for being there I will rem. you forever in my heart Get Em up. MARY STAHURA Here's to the best of times 8: the best of friends, esp. SP8rKN. To Tom, my forever Love, you're the GREATEST!!! You're my Insp. Luv lots M8zD. KATHY STICHT Glad to be leaving. Luv ya Jeff. Thanks a lot for everything, Kellie, Cariene, Zeina 8: Candy. We had great times with many more ahead. "CAMARO!" MICHAEL STOCKMAN, I'll always remember the good times with MD, JV, BJ, PW and the rest of the guys, but especially with Vicki. KAREN STRAWBRICH Paul Sz Rachel l'll Luv you 4-ever. You are my endless love! 2f1f83 Memories will last 4-ever! MSPRMC Thanx to SOCCBY NHLSM BCAKB esp. Mom8rDad- 8rMary RALPH STUART Hart work leads to success. - RIFLE-BAND -Thanx for everything Ort, Hick, Sal8rThe Dinkskins -TN, SK, CM, JR, ALD, LL, MMc, Keast, ef' Love You Mom 8: Dad TB, MB, DR RR MS, CS, CB, LS, GO, JO, JZ, JG, JW, JS, SS, PL, EZ, DR, BB, BS, RS, GW, AS, AND LB. PARTY!!! DAVE SYTA "GUP" Bowling 82-86 THANKS: Mom8rDad, DT, RS, RK, JE, SQ, IG, JM, CS, MG, TK, BW, RW, SS, SS, DG -TZone, JB -PBoundBK - 11f18 SPJD KHTP -SumSB: WB . . . BOTH!! KEITH SZELEWSKI thanx for all the Good Times FCHS! Esp CB-CRASH. It's been real, totally. Best Wishes - M8rD, CB, Zulu, DS, BN, MW, KW, BM -Sr Alleise. KINGKONG LIVES IN AMERICA! FRANK TATAR Here's looking at you and all the miles in between. Thanx to Joe, Noel, Phil, VAR FOOTBALL. All of my love you to, Lisa. JIM TAYLOR, YO AWESOME OR WHAT ?2001 - BIG HELP +6f44RICH 848zFBALL BEST. GOOD TIMES WITH: JCFT PRNW TPMW J GLW RSTM GTTK DML8z ESPBB 8rTD. SPECIAL THANKS TO: M8zD, BLERS 8: SCHALL. TRACIE TAYLOR Luv ya KDDS JGGT JDAC LW 'TISH TAM Dee Nay lil sophs skiino MHZ14 jacooz '39 Beach Party 4-ever Willne! BAC2 CHRIS -All my luv -mor 6-8-84. RENEE THOMANN Only the past can't be changed -Always rem. the good X's, Esp. wfZKKW RWMH SCRMH SJ! Luv ya mom! THANX 4 EVERYTHING REM THESE GLORY DAYS!'!'! WAYNE THOMPSON Led-Zep, Hendrix 8: the dead kept us going. We will be gone soon. But the parties will still be in our heads. For many years to comePARTY "86" CHRIS TODOROV I can't wait to get out of this place and go over the hills and far away. To the '85 Stage Crew CONE HELL OF A GOOD TIME! GA- LOGEN FRIEND. KIM M. TOMICKI Rem the past 8: all the great Xls. Don't ever stop look'n toward the future. THANX 4 EVERYTHING. DadMa TDKL TLW LUV YA -Here's to us, Todd -I LOVE U. CINDY TOPOREK Harold, I love you 2 yr. is a long time. Hope we can last. Patti, you're a great- friend, see ya in Maine. The Curve. I'm 42 can't ya tell. D. TRASK - HDUTCH' GAZEBO! HOLE JE RS DS CS RF RK TS GM MT ALYCE BK -I'll teach my eyes 2 C beyond these walls in front of me, and someday I'll find the key! RENEE URBAN, Here's to special friends HS SS MN BW KM EM RS JC. Thank yu for all the memories. There's more to come. ALRIGHT JC! I love u Mike "84" KATIE UZUNOV Thanx 2 all my friends 4 making my HS yrs. special. Rem. the good X's esp. Naples 8: Cem. Hill. Good Luck all 8: SIT. I love you Rob! JENNI WAGNER A special thanx to Lyn, ES, CM MR LS, LS, NW, 8: The Memories of the Ridge- Cher,Russ, Ron, Ger, CM, fLa-de-da-de! Live to love -Love to live -Let it be. RUSSELL WAITE Party at the wall, SMIGMA, Nice shirt Morass the Lonchman 73RRS Holster Bowling 192 Miller Time at the Fort Thanx M8:D PF-B We're out Alfred. JIM WALCZAK 'CHIP' Never forget them Glory Days! rmbr. all good X's' at MUDHOLE DaBone Joe OB KazDig ODBG RFDickuMTT 8:all the crew Luv ya Amy Cope Welsvle. PAUL WALIER "TO DRINK SMALL WINE SHALL BE A FELONY" -William Shakespeare. DARLENE WALL Thanx 4 the good X's at Fron- tier: Jud, Rach, Cath, Nee, Leenie, 8: Esp. Mich. Rem. Prom85, M-Hole, off proc. 5th Thanx AA MBMH MLJO KWLW CKTK TW! Love ya M8:D. BOB WAPPMAN Thanks Family Stad. '84 IND. TK PAL A'S RAFTERS SIDELINE FI RECKING KREW NWICK SPJLR JRIZ -QUITTERS NEVER WIN -BUT WINNERS NEVER QUIT. TOM WARNES, TO THE BEST PARTING TIMES WITH THE WOODLAWN GANG ESP DBDC SBCC KRP BUT SPECIAL MEMORIES WITH KAREN S. "LUV YA ALWAYS!" 2-THE BACARDI BROTHERS! B.A. WEIBEL: GOOD TIMES IN FCS AND ON THE TRACK. CSTEELE HALL ffl! DRIVER ED A+. PHYSICS IS PHUN! THANKS TO MM, RJ, SR DS, TN, RW, PK, LAP EVERYONE ELSE + MRO. LAURA WELKER, THANX M-I-D LUV YA! "ONE CANNOT SWING ALONE IN THE PLAY- GROUND OF LIFE" THANX 4 GOOD X, DDJT JPAF MG WPIB KKHJ TL SPECIAL FRIENDS RSTRS. FORUM. GREG WEST - STEELTON TROOPERS -PAR- TY HARDY -MICHELOB CLASSIC DARK - THANKS FOR EVERYTHING: TOM, BEEZE, CATHY, LYNN, ESPECIALLY MOM -SEMPER FI. JUDY WEST RUN 4 FUN -XC AND TRACK RULES! NEVER 4GETU KERRY, SUSAN - THANX 4 EVERYTHING! LUV U KH ML SS AP SW AG SJ SZ -KEEP PARTYING! AMY W--I LOVED U ONCE TOO. SUE WESTLAKE REM. THE GOOD TIMES ESP THE PROM. -!- PICNIC + THE FORT! THANX RENA, TISH, DAR, +ELISE LOVE YA MOM 8: DAD NEVER FORGER -ONLY THE GOOD DIE YOUNG. CATHY WETZLER THANX 2 MY PALS 4 ALL THE FUN X'S: RA JUDY DAR ERK MICH MO R. FAN: LGKB JMRJ K8:RT8:S. TCYOU LOOK MARVERLOUS! HOLE PROM85! LUV YA MDSJ. IM OUTTA HERE! x x MICHAELWICHER, GOOD TIMES WITH PACO AND THE GUYS, DIXIE PULLS THROUGH, CLASS OF 86 LIVES, THANX M+D-I-K, EZCZ RSBH KSSS MM,UMPH. HERB WILD "GET BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS" THANKS FOR GREAT TIMES FORT CROWD. REM. FORD, U2, SA- BRES ARE THE BEST ESP MOM8:DAD. TIME OF YOUR LIFE. RODNEY WILL FRODO LIVES!!!! KOC GOL ANN SPE METS. HURDLERS DO IT IN STRIDE. SP X 2 BA DS TC ML RH LR RW JT DDDDQQ. DARLENE WILLIAMS REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES IN SENIOR LOUNGE WITH KR, EM, JR, + KN. SPECIAL THANX TO KS, I COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WXOUT YA. REM. I WE4-PR. THANX M-I-D KEITH WILLIAMS REMEMBER: DW8:AS WE R THE MUSIC-MAKERS N THE DREAMERS OF ALL DREAMS! THANX 2: MRS. D, G, W, H, 8: 2KB MZ TF J.R. SM GS KF SK JC 8: 2 68:7, av, ETC. LISA WILLIAMS THANKS 4 THE X'S THAT U GIVEN ME THE MEMORIES R ALL IN MY MIND. THANKS KIM KS TR ESP MA + JA7 4 ALLTHE LUV. J, I'LL LUV U 4EVER + A DAY. KELLY LEE WINDSOR I WILL ALWAYS CHER- ISH THE SPECIAL MOMENTS AND MEMO- RIES WITH RENEE AND TIM!! FUN X'S WXZKRW MHMC MS-I-SIS! "PRINCE" I LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD. L. WOHLABAUGH, V-Football, Rich '84 i'Fear- ful Nights" of sleep at Toby's "DAH EASY" Thanx M8:D i'Guys it's been great!" TPBL SPGT PKGT PRTS SSBB JTTD FTJC NWMM fPainl NANCY WOJCIK Thanks for all the good times and all the good friends I'll NEVER forget esp. TL ET Do by JW Thanks Mom 8: Dad!! TAMMY WOJCIK - Luv 2 DP8:Fred. TKKD DSLW GTAC 8:M8:D '8:TRACE -skiin' wiiine Rahs hydrolil Sophs Z-14 Jacooz MH WS 8: Beach Party 'BAC' I Luv U BOB -This time is 4-EVER TAMMY WOOD - Far away today mama ocean hold me 2 u rock me in your waves 8: tell me . . . is it all true? Special thanx 2 mom 8: dad 8: the girls! 4-EVER YOURS LUV U PK." BETH ANN YEATON Thanks for the memories. We finally made it! Thanks and lots of love to special friends: KS KR SO LL MW NW NH: Class of '86 Thanx MOM-l-DAD DAN YETMAN HEY, HEY What can I do'?! In the light you will find the road. Good times wfCTPN TM8:the clan!! ZEPPELIN FOREVER!!!!! "Thank you Tangerinel' BRIAN ZEMBRYCKI Good times, bad times you know we've had our share! Thanks MB, TB, DJ, KS, CM, KM, AV, 72 RIV! 5f18f85, 6f29f85, 5f17f86 . . . I LOVE YOU MICHELLE!!!!! DANAE ZERBY Had the best of times with: CJMM SMSL RACF UBAR Best Friends Forever Nancy I LOVE YA! PARTY 9f14f85 THE BEST! Thanks MOM-l-DAD I LOVE YOU BOTH! 86 Rules! CHUCK ZOERB: "GENESIS", We still got a long way to go. PHIL C. in Toronto 85 P. picnic Thanx to DS, EZ, 2 "RIZ", MM, BW, TR, LM, RW, RB, CM, JG, 8:esp. MOM+DAD!! ERIC ZOERB Thanks for good times Pauley's House, Prom Picnic 85 Good Luck to all my friends. LOVE YOU NANCY! LINDA ZORN as we grow apart our memories will not. Thanks KS DW KK DT MM KB GOOD LUCK 86 SUSAN ZACK Only the ignorant despise educa- tion. MegaWomen prevail - Soccer men! Home? What is it?! Seniors f 59 ! x CLASS OF W n 87 1 . K. M K l ,-if ,,',,,, . wx., L F5 iw v e I . 3 figs if F Ks' Q: ya, 1 W by , if LN . i ww 9 , 37' ii' sg Senior Prophecy Most Likely to succeed. Tom Noeller Most Likely to be married: Vicki Forcucci and Mike Stockman Most Likely to be divorced: Brandy Bednarz and Tony DiChristifaro Most Likely to be an actress: Sue Connolly Most Likely to be actor: John Rivera Most Likely to be a pro athlete: Blake Bednarz Menace to the Highway: Renee Jewitt Class Clown: Vince Dunston Best Dressed: Tim Shafer and Michelle Compise Most Unique: Kelly Dundon Best conversationalist: Kelly Windsor Most School Spirit: Gina DiFlavio Most Handsome Guy: Jack 0'Connor Best Friends: Nancy Frank and Tracy Jacobs Prettiest Girl: Pam Rauscher Menace to the Faculty: Paul Walier Most Unforgettable: Tom O'Brien Most Likely to Party to Their Grave: George OBad Best Buns: Jim Taylor and Colleen Ernst Nicest Eyes: Ron Borowski and Jean Gumhalter Cutest Smile: Tom Page and Tammy Kerr Worst Case of Senioritis: Kelly Fantuzzo Laziest Senior: Drew Friddell Most Obnoxious: Mark Saladyga Most Likely to be a Millionaire: Bob Bauer lClockwise from top leftl A ,es eff IM ' Fi' '. ,- -i-' -7 ' - SUPE122 BOWL XZ ci-iAMv5 ,.s..?g. 41 , il- , an l PEFSU 5- . 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Starr ..-J ,X , fi- av . hw . ,L "Write On! " W Falkner lilii M. Sul! ivan "Someday you'II thank me for this." M. Bruanscheidel ., gn!!- "-KV?-'wp' 1 if f A f seee ' D. ffl-- H, D. Palmer ff"+'fafR E A qjjwsg 3 ,, ' ','. K L 1 1 ,Www W Weeks X . 3 "per aspera ad astra" R. Meyers s ee.s ss e "Cut the chaos." W Korthals 95 S. Wappman ...ww -,ff The Time Travelers "The one with the most toys when they die, wins." G. Jenkins J. Baker fit, "Education is not what you know but Knowing where to find what you don 't know." J. Johnston ' 2.1 gg., R. Schranz "That reminds me of an interesting story." J. Kerr !! I . Y! Im running on empty. R. Biersbach "Its good to be King." R Hickey "The end justifies the means." R. Haines W n M -1. M "ff A , ' - - xl ' ' -' Q - :run-'sn 1 'Uv 'hu' ., Q- R Stevanhojj' ,-, a -f , M13 , "Did you ica was the underground railroad?" Faculty!97 J. Jehle know the first subway system in Amer- 98 f Faculty "Take a walk on the Wsaedgzg M. McClintock R. Tone D. Gromek Hualls " now A. Capuani - , - fin 5':.,ff: '31-A 3 fi.,W gf-:f.5w, Q' M w' ' Ahi, A Q J J I -I iris? JE l ...a, B. Ward M. Raymond D. Patronik 4 H. Bahruth "I will not let pascal turn my brain to mush." M. Troy Faculty f 99 The Tycoons "Made in the U.S.A." M. Kraft D. Bailey W Raupp 100 fFaculty ,V . "Remember, I now have an educated nose." E. Hoffman ls. "For every problem there is one solution which is simple, neat, and wrongf' "Sometimes I wonder, other times I knowf, M. Dollmann G. Santoro itil? AN!! 5 lil Laughter is the best medicine. N. Lyons "Did you know that Frontier students are the best." H. Wiltberger Faculty X101 'An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." i 1 ., r .15 ' 'All of life is a high Iiue it to the fullest." M. Cavalcoli You are what you eat." D. Ketchum 102 f Faculty The Naturals R. Barrett 'Physics is Life." -J. Boorman N. Crawford .K-' i 4 -Sf 5 ff is I "I spent four years in college and I 'm back where I started." R. Taber "Maggotts " -M. VanHoff my ,,,, L . ,... war... ,,..,1, , vt Q. f ' , ww,-M "You're a piece of work" N. Infante L. Christiana z ,-'- fr. ...vs , .M vdim iv f fffg . "No matter how hard a test is, keep smiling." D. Trawinski Ults your world, i I'm just passing 5 Q ' hA I th oughf' is AX r R. Pieroni A. Liaros Faculty f 103 The Miracle Workers warn "l'd rather be sking even though I don't ski. J. Sabuda A. Szczesn y H. R. Dickman gf ' Q vi fs. .Wa 'Q 'mx 1 -1 l .., wwf ,W I ...M 'W I . .if K3 wi - A Q . ni t A "Nw .. -Q wt? of Y i . E of fi ' wr: A s I Y . if Wi' iv ,s,f.1af. ' wi f 1 of ,x 3-.. e,reer e e.e,r +6 fs -1 .. 2- 12 i . , ily ein 955 Q .. .,,,w..4,1.. ky.: 5 q1.w.,H, .W , .. wg, , ,E f iii 5 ,Z , leg . X3 .J ...T , f 1 A y r - gm' fer N 5 aff 1 W 'fm ff, . fr , . 'Z fi gg 1 1 f .. . . fqf lv ,, . A if f m, i V 41? ga .11 ,E 50.2, I7 QVICQ. K. Taylor !'The beginning of wisdom is sil J. Warner .ne wi Nix 'To achieve fame, barely touching the surface, one can only on 104 f Faculty ice? J. Nestorowicz mwmg.. 1 J. Schappert wi W.-4-hw..-H., le- RVJ 5,5 'Qigf e i KQ4 -.ms ,Y ima' lv 8' J if ii 1 If h'2.w . 1- - M. -i. 1.-522 ifsffgyii . 2 w- was 1 Man, - , 553 f . , ::,aA 1f?'.?,wfL,, f wi- .1 4,4 f 1:F..2fJ1e ' , M' 'ii 2 Aa 'W 4 v 1+ .P . A. Orcutt f xxw. 1 l l M. Brooks "Life at Frontier is like cherries of pits." sweet but full R. Pollinger L. Ko "Vouloir, C 'est Pouuoirf' M. Rizzo 1 i'May green be the grass you walk on, May blue be the skies above you, May pure be the joys that surround you, May true be the hearts that love you." M. Costello O "lf you can make someone smile, then the "Don't let the goonies get you . . . day was worthwhile." with this , . . " J. Gober R. Albert M. Chavel IL1 ax only ' i lllll if "I always zig when I should have zaggedf' R. Pinkowski 106!Faculty "He who snoozes, loses." R Schaller 'Music is the heartbeat of life." "Be there" L. Albert S. Stamer I 8 i e best in whateuerq you do. ' KW "Let 1986 be cz year where there is peace for everyone." A. Fini 'Art is the only way you can take a vacation without leaving home." S. Zak Faculty f 107 The Hel ers S. Piniewski 2 .L -gf- z. fgiifn ' 4 is 4 L . -.I 1,fQ fs s p C. Foy X, , sk V i N,kL i Mahoney the foggiest idea why they're in school." "Current surveys have shown that high school students don 't have D. Salmon 'Are you in here again?" A. Santimaggio M. Nolan i' L. Ggsper D. Klimowicz f lEi5'5,-Wi' Qin.. S. Henry Faculty f 1 09 The Administration C .O 'S L -4-1 .2 .E 'G Q9 -C J. Meany l "For the past 25 years, Frontier has always been a special place with special students and extraordinary teachers. My only regret is that l was unsuccessful in encouraging more students to share their talents and creative thoughts with their K peers and with the faculty. My greatest source of accomplish- ment, on the other hand, was knowing that students felt thatl cared about their needs, their personal development and their preparation for lU'e1s challenge. God was truly good to me when he commissioned me to Frontier Central High School." Gerald R. Baldelli l 3 2 3 2 3 3 . E. O'Reilly ren 'Yin f 1f5 4 J. Sullivan "Respect is a two-way street - To get it, you have to give it." Mr. Courtney rr- 25 3 nun...- 3 ? f E z 0 9 Q00 x 00 ' 'o'o'v ' v o Q 9 'Q F o 4 1 , 4 o Q O Oi Dr. Richarn Shands Al.. R. Rosinski E. Bradley Board Of Education Ellen L. Gorman Stanley J. Figiel Anne Wood Larry Schaller -- Treasurer June Plumer - Board Clerk Marilyn R. Neal Walter H. Horn Walter J. Zak James J. Baker Not Shown: Francis O'Connell Richard Kelleher Custodial And Lunchroom ROW 1: S. Fietdsu, S. DeCurlo, K. Lauelle, E. Grajeda, E Wenkowski, E. Cramer, G. Fonte ROW 2: D. Honton, C. 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' J- in The boys' Varsity Volleyball team, despite being in Western New Yorks toughest division, had a season with several encouraging moments. All but two of the Falcons' opponents were ranked in WNYls top 10, but the team played consistently in almost every match. Against Division I champion Sweet I-Iome, the team extended their opponents to the limit before dropping a 15-13, 15-11 match. The Falcons played supersec- tional champion Lake Shore evenly for most of the match and led 9-1 in another before falling. The high- light ofthe season was a 13-15, 15-12 win over Niag- ara Frontier League Champion Kenmore West. Fron- tier trailed 10-0 in game 3 before scoring a record 15 consecutive points to win the match. Sophomore Ke- vin Buchholz led the team in spikes and blocks, while --uv--v Junior Pat Morgante was the top server. The team returns 2 players for next year as the Falcons look to I spike their way to victory. 7 ,Ax FRONT ROW: Coach K. Starr, Bill McConvey, Nick Rizzo, Kevin Buchholz, Mike Sutfin. BA CK ROW: Jolene Rozanski IMgr.l, Sylvia Trojanovic lMgr.l I Morgante, Greg Hazen ICO-Captj, Tom Ciesla, Jim Rizzo, Dave Gizzi. MISSING: Jeff Loncher lCo-Capt.l, Fred Marks. 1 16 f Volleyball fi, 9-" F, Y Jw XQFQWSV' af 'N L Q., , fi Ax "' 'f 3. 4- 1 J ' -K A, . . Xi, in 5: 51 .kV... Q , gn nf . '95 J .V. VOLLEYBALL The 1985 JM Volley Ball team should be commended highly on its performance and high spirits through the season. When things looked down we were able to pull through and make a victory out of it. Our team captains were Steve Mink and Chris Reed, who should be com- mended on their high performances on the court. The team finished 7-10 on the record but had good hopes throughout the season. Our head coach, Cordier, always had high hopes for us and never let us down. We all think he has a very good fu- ture here at Frontier and wish him well. The team had excellent serves each game, which pulled us through from a sure loss to victory. The whole team worked hard for its record, considering the tough schedule the team faced. 118 fJ.v. Volleyball ROW 1: Bob Blyth, Paul Waddy, Mark Stulak, Dave Sass, Erik Hohler. ROW 2: Steve Mink, John Kennedy, Bernie Mohan Brian Mink, Chris Reed, Coach J. Cordier. 1 V ' - ' :jeff-f i :Iv ,.ig:, GULF The Varsity Golf Team started the season by losing 3 of the first 4 matches. The trend did not continue as the Falcons rebounded to win 6 of the next 8for a 7-5 record and third place in Division I. The season was highlight- ed by victories over Division I Co-Champion Hamburg and West Seneca. Chris O'Connor received individual honors at the ECIC Tour- nament by earning a position on the Division I All-Star Team as well as the All ECIC Team I ,Q li ROW 1: Tim McCann Shawn Connolly Bruce Shealy Jeff Shealy Mike Zglinicki 'Y' ROW 2: Coach Capuam Chadd Soto Steve Will Steve Pirotta R. J. Will Shawn Wyman Lou Russo Russ Waite Mgr. Brian Weibel CRGSS COU TRY The Frontier Central boys cross country team concluded its regular season with a record of 12 wins and 2 losses. . Throughout the season the team was led by sophomore Bruce Shealy and junior Lou Russo. Bruce made the ECIC All Star team by placing 4th in the divisionals. He then placed 4th in the sectionals and came in a respectable 30th in the states. Lou was selected to the ECIC Division I All Star team and placed 10th in the sectionals. "Nuu,..,,,,,WmW GIRLS' CROSS CGUNTRY This past season the Frontier Girls' Cross Coun- try team went undefeated 114-O2 for the second year in a row. The team was led by Jennifer McConvey and Sue Ann Shealy all year, both are freshmen. They were followed by Kristin Halizak 1102, Judy West 1122, Deb Marenovie 192, Susan Kelleher 1122, Marie LaRosa 1112, Ana Salasny 1102, Sherry Steffan 1112, Julie Nash 192, Pat Buckley 192, and Jeanne Chilcott 192. The highlights of the season were many. At the Orchard Park Invitational the girls took first place, easily defeating all the other teams. The team won the ECIC Division I Class A crown, Class A Section- al Title, and placed fourth in New York State Public School competition. They then were able to travel to Long Island for the New York State Federation meet. This meet featured the top teams from pub- lic, private, and parochial schools in New York. The girls were able to place eleventh out of thirty-two teams there. The girls look forward to the state championship meet next year at Elma Meadows and with many runners returning. Deb Marenovic, Sue Ann Shealy, Jennifer McConvey, Ann Salasny Sherry Steffan Julie Nash Marie LaRosa Jeanne Chilcott Pat Buckley SEATED Susan Kelleher, Judy West - Co-Captains 4, i 52 "'N.... sqm' Cross Country X 1 23 yr .. Nh we 1 I 124 f Swimming SWIMM AJ ,Y . ' , 'Ti l ' - f , ,, , r1 fj5f. ,352 if, N, K f w.,.,,: ,., .,,,. Wg' ,fQj""" , . , A 1 ' m gf ,. , h K- " ' J q , ' J ' ' f-2' - ,fw-xp . ,,,,,., hz ,N1.,,,-1m- f-,pg-. M f A:, ?ik .ifA5iWg1.fAg4e STU P fi . mmf . , . staff:-1,11-ffl--,whf ' f 1. 7. ,.','m'f M JV,-?' v "'kk ufffew--'H ,,,., :f,,gc,:1,. . ffm-H1312 ' . , 3 , - - , Mf.,,,,5 - - . f ' 2,, M 1-. -1 Iyb. 1985 proved to be the most successful season ever for Girls' Swimming at Frontier. There were many reasons for the success but mainly the combination of experienced youth and veteran leader- ship was responsible. Senior Co-Captains Kerry Rich and Kelly Dundon provided capa- ble leadership both in the water and on the deck. This years team displayed a great deal of spirit and that is due mostly to these seniors who will be badly missed next year. Sophomore Wende Schaper was certainly the teams outstanding swimmer. She had a great season, breaking school records 1 7 times during the year and closed out the year by taking 10th place in the 100 breast stroke at the State Meet. Freshman Gretchen Boehm, Marin O'Connell and Mindie Wojcie' chowski were also very successful this year. Gretchen became the school record holder in both distance freestyle events, finishing 4th in the 200 and 500 yd. freestyle events at the sectionals. The future looks bright for Frontier swimming. After a Znd place finish in Division I it appears that the young lady Falcons will be reaching for the top. ROW 1: Chris Jewitt, Katie McConuey, Gretchen Boehm, Kerry Rich ICO-Capt.l, Kelly Dundon lCo-Captj ROW 2: Colleen Gegenfertner, Mindie Wojciechowski, Diana Tracy, Linda Dembski, Marin O'Connell, Laurie Luczak, Julie Haley, Charlene Wright. ROW 3: Shannon Klein, Jill Nash, Coach Paul Rabener, Michelle Henrich, Wende Schaper, Ken Patton. ABSENTT Heather Cerne, Ann Kruszka Swimming f 125 if -A - t .ii -g 4 f f . ,. .. . ,,,, .W , ff L H A f Q N. 'z 11 .. .. WSW, . ., , W -, .W -,:,' -, . Thm yearthe Cirk' Tennm Team finished the Season with a 5- 7 record and fourth place over-all in Division I. Leading the team in Victories was a Sophomore Liz Grinder. She compiled a 9-3 re- cord during the regular season. The consistent play of 2nd singles Dee Vitrano and 3rd singles Dea Martin helped the team to victory. The first doubles team of Nancy B. Frank and Helen Ann Lenard were among the best in Division l. Late comer Julie Zoladz blended in with veterans Michelle Vasvo, Jen Zorn, Amy Heilig, and Laura Wilczek, and Candi Brown to roundout the Lady Falcons Line- up. 1 26 f Tennis wt sf 5 W Q IJ! FRONT? Dea Martin, Helen Ann Lenard, Candi Brown, Julie Zoladz, Laura Wilczek. BACK: Michelle Valvo, Nancy Frank, Liz Grinder, Dee Vitrano, Jennifer Zorn, Amy Heilig. r A"Y"'f The 1985-86 Varsity Cheerleaders attended camp this summer at Elmira College which was sponsored by the National Cheerleaders Association. They received a superior ribbon each day which is the highest award they could capture. They were also awarded the spirit stick each day. Their captain Renee Phillips was nominated for the All-American Cheerleaderg only five girls in the whole camp received this honor. The Cheerleaders also attended the Erie County Cheerleading Competition in which they placed fourth out of approximately 20 squads. ,xs- .Q fr- :1 'V f si.-.sa mu...swfm1s X '.w--iw-mvm'Hmuazv:nx'f zgmuLn,x.v.m1xfxa.mav av-runnin.:-:.mzi 4 -. Q-1 L1L...z.3puv-v - f www Pep, enthusiasm and spirit describes this year s Frontier Junior Varsi- tys Cheerleaders! The cheerleaders attended a summer camp and a competition this past summer. The cheerleading camp was held at Elmira College. The cheerleaders did ve, y well at camp receiving five ribbons, one for the highest award of Excellence. Both squads received the "spirit stick." This award is given to the school with the most spirit. The cheerleaders attended the Erie County Fair Competition in August. They placed in the top five squads. For the lastfootball game of the season, they performed a dance routine they created for the fine job the football team did during their season. The cheerleaders put much time and effort to support the school and to promote school spirit during the football and basketball seasons. They also added enthusiasm to the Pep Assemblies and Homecom- ing this year! , ' at-of .- qi' a M - - it gb H 4... 'fs P' 'Q mix The Varsity Football Team .. finished the season with 3 wins --- -f - i- - and 4 losses and 1 tie. Throughout the year the Fal- cons played tough defense, but the offense had a hard time producing enough points. Divi- sion ll All-Stars Jim Taylor and Joe Ciccarrella led the team in interceptions. From the offensive point of view, Dave Rath led the team with 850 yards rushing, and in receiving yards. The team shutout the Divi- sion II Champions Maryvale, by score of 6-0. They also de- feated the Division IV Champi- ons Lackawanna, by a score of 7-0. The Falcons lost a couple of tough games. Both W Sen- eca East and Hamburg won by scoring touch downs in the last few minutes of play. ROW 1: P Lumadue, j. Probst, D. Nunciato, T Palombaro, D. Rath, J. Miller, M . Mayer, T Pendergast, J. Ciccarrella, R. Barringer, R Labinski. ROW 2: T Smolarek, J. Fasciana, J. Evancho, T O'Brien, D. Manning, R. Wappmann, T Krone, R. Kacmarski, T Warnes, D. Zanelotti, J. Lates, K. Dils. ROW 3: Coach Biersbach, Coach Schranz, B. Chiodo, P Sullivan, R Rapini, G. Torporek, M. Hatton, S. Parker, T DiCristafaro, J. Taylor, R. Bantle, K. Lango, J. Euancho, R Kellner, Coach Schaller. ROW 4: N. Wade, P Lepsch, A. Friddell, B. Bednarz, T Lepsch, T Izydorczak, R. Nagy, E. Pawlak. ,Y I' Y Ziff X 4 55' , 51 Q- Vgw 2 I W Nm f ,f ,Q 1 wi:.-,'-IfwiQ'k':ff ' ' Hfffif X , an -, ,-5,1 ,, ,, ,.., 1, :A . 5 ,- Qiizzr f' fn L wx, ,lwsff-V2- 1 ,hh WM f , f K W .ww 1i,,,f is - 1 11 W-A '11 The Varsity Soccer Team finished the season with a record of O-14-2. The team played better than the record indicates. F ive of the losses were by 1 goal while another three were lost by 2 goals. The team was led by captains John Hor- uath and Bob Jensen, who led scoring with 12 goals. ., f' ff Q W 1 ze ,., M .AfJZQ. .,,. I ll I " L M ,," f F Qs ' V sii.. - gj lj g fi 3 , A . - V M A V f , t ',-: 1 H W- I if r Kiii , I A I Sv ,Z ,.,, , I ' Iil . .,., . 1 ' x iiilii ..... . , li . x ' v ' tif' ' .". f. a . .lss A . ' I TM :K KNEELING: S. Horucy, D. Sheff, B. Jensen, T Russell, S. Soto, M. G. Hannel, J. Horuath, D. Spring, S. Neal, Coach Wilde. MISSING: M. Wicher, M. Saladyga. STANDING: S. Zack, M. Eberhardt, J. 5fOCkmHfl. J- V0lf2 VanDenbergh, B. Sheff, B. Wood, J. B. Sullivan, J. Doyle, R. Ziegelhofer 2 5 .3 Zi E5 w 5 iii A J .V. F OOTB LL A A A 1 fi 9 'ff .. . 1 I is 1 - The J. V Falcons finished in second place in the league by oneehalf game enjoying a 5-1-2 season. Pacing a tough schedule the Falcons posted impressive wins over Clarence, Amherst, Kenmore East, Hamburg, and Maryvale while ty- ing Lackawanna and West Seneca East. The lone setback came against league champs Orchard Park in a game thor- oughly dominated by Frontier. To illus- trate how strong the Falcons were, only 25 points were scored against the de- fense in eight games an average of 3 points a game. The offense averaged at least 150 yards per game with a big 250 yards against Hamburg. The coaches and players would like to thank you for your support. ROW 1: Coach Ostrander, Kearney Line, Brandon Rockey, Vince Tomlijenouich, Dave Procknal, Dave Dunz, Larry Luba, Brad Herlehy, Art Griffith, Joe Hatten, Phil Koch, Chris Quick, Mike Klaywitter, Neal Russo, Bob Kryczak. ROW 2:Tim Kellner, Norm Jurek, John Hatch, Dennis Enser, Scott Day, Jeremy Applegate, Brian Scozzaro, Ed Streety, Dwayne Boveard, Jim Kolpack, Pat Jeswald, Robb Fraser, Joe Mitchell, Tim Johnston. ROW 3: Scott Newton, Rob Borisch, Pete Phillips, Scott Walter, Tom Cook, Eric Jensen, Mike Wohlabaugh, Jim Meyer, Pat Smith, Al Bingenhiemer, Bob Bingenhiemer. MISSING: Coach Dendenning, Dave Stejback. 134fJ.V. Football J V SOCCER The 1985 JM Soccer Team had a respectable 3 wins, 9 losses, and 3 ties. Respectable, for a team that was made up of many 7th, 8th, and 9th grade boys as well as sophomores. The J. V falcons also competed in a strong division with some of the top soccer schools in Western New York. The boys remained competitive throughout the season and hustled right until the last buzzer. The falcons were also a very exciting team to watch and always showed that comeback ability. They overcame a 3 goal deficit to tie Hamburg at the end of regulation and a 1 goal deficit in overtime to tie the Bulldogs at the end of 2-10 minute overtime periods. The falcons have many boys who will be returning for the 1986 season. Hopefully this will be the beginning of a new era in Frontier Soccer. FRONT ROW fRt to Lt 2 Luke Sullivan D C Sauer Robb Mullins Jeff Kresge Chuck Vitello, Pete Neal, Kevin Connelly, Andy Bugman. SECOND ROW lRt. to Lt! Sean Partridge Mike Rost Jim Fessel Todd DeMario Satir Tanevskz Jason Scheffler, Jim Mason, John Garra. TOP ROW Rt. to I.t.l: Coach Pieroni, Carol Butyneski Denise Horne Allison Baxter Vince Arena Kevin Eckert Chuck Felser, Eric Wilczak, Mike Stephens, Lou Vitello, Paul Sass, Gary Smith. J.V. Soccerf135 Losing 5 starters to graduation from last years team, the Falcons embarked on the '85-'86 season hoping to rebuild. Only two players with any Varsity experience re- turned. One of these, Junior center Tim Regis, became a dominating figure inside. Tim averaged 15 points, shooting 58? from the field, and 10 rebounds in this his junior season. Up from the modified team last year, 6'3" sophomore Kevin Buchholz became the most consistent player. Kevin averaged 14 points and 8 rebounds. Junior guard 136 Gordy Sage, 10 points a game, and 6'3" sophomore Pete Phillips also played key roles. Senior point guard Paul Kellner, 10 points, 5 assists, 4 steals a game, will be gone for next year along with JeffLoncher, Nick Rizzo, and Dave lzydorczak but the future looks promising. Having probably their toughest schedule in years the Falcons came out and won their first two games. Performing Arts 8: Orchard Park. After losing 2 league games, they beat Maryvale in our Christ- mas Tournament but lost to Hamburg 71- 64 in the Final. The highlight of the season came the first week in January when they traveled to Sweet Home, ranked 4 5 in Western New York, and upset them 77-75. Then later in the week they upset once beaten Hamburg 57-56 in overtime. This was not good enough to carry them thru a tough league schedule and they fell in close games to Lancaster, Jamestown and West Seneca East. Their overall record fell to 7- 9 going into the last week of the season. L ggaag S g JW ,gs--1 FRONT? Coecaptains Jeff Loncher and Paul Kellner BACK lleft to rightl: Manager Jim Gesin, Ed Streety, Mike Sutfin, Bob Gawlak, Bill McConvey, Kevin Buchholz, Peter Phillips Tim Regis, Dave lzydorczak, Nick Rizzo, Gary Toporek, Gordy Sage, Coach Tim Schappert MISSING: Scorekeeper Jim Rizzo . . BASKETB LL I Jafcggg Jafzzmf Fafcvm Ar-if all 25 3:11-i Sli' JgZefQZYY!l lJ314"1W 'T FRONT ROW: Mark Stulak, Dave Kuntz, Rich Vutala, Tim Kellner, Scott Walter, .Tim Johnston, Mark Sloan. BACK ROW: Coach J. Baker, Dave Stejbach, Rick Elling, Dave Procknal, Larry Luba, Chris Buchholz, Alan Landes, Kevin Foley, Mike Klawitter. Ns. m,,.W..cM.t..,,..,A Aw . O lv v: .Q 4. V. -- The JM Basketball team has had its most successful season in N,,1,ii,r, L,cs li,. . , W recent years. With two games to play the J. V. record is 13 wins - 3 , 'f i ' I losses. 138 J .V. VOLLEYB LL ROW 1: I.. Blain lco-captainl, E. Grinder lco-captainl. ROW 2: E. Sullivan, J. Applegate, L. Czajka. ROW 3: 'lf Friedenburg, C. Dulski, L. McConnell, S. Jankowski. ROW 4: Coach - J. Cordier. The Frontier Falcons Junior Varsity Volleyball Team had a very successful season ending with 7 wins against 4 losses. The team was led in spirit by co-captains Laura Blain, and Elizabeth Grinder. Every player improved as the season progressed, whether they were playing in matches, giving it their all in practice, or just cheering on their fellow teammates during their hard fought matches. The highlight of the season was an exciting victory over the Orchard Park Quakers. The girls came back from a 12-2 deficit in the 3rd game to defeat the tough Quaker Team. All girls from the team should be com- mended for their fine performances. X 'X li ui .1 9 139 FIRST ROW: Amy Verbanoff, Dee Vitrano, Ann Reed, Denine Meegan, Kerry Rich. 2ND ROW: Ann Polakiewicz, Karen McCooey, Amy Carrig, Peggy Gonser. 3RD ROW: Jolene Rozanski, Nancy Frank, Tracy Jacobs, Mary Gawlak, Jill Bukaty, Barb Newman. This years' Varsity Volley- ball team finished in 4th place in Division I. The team advanced to the semi-finals during sectional play-ojs. Tri-captains of this years team were seniors Nancy Frank, Mary Gawlak, and Tracy Jacobs. The team participated in three tournaments this sea- son. The team took lst place honors in the Iroquois tournament, 2nd place in the Hamburg tournament and finished 8th out of 32 teams at the Sweet Home tournament. Managers for this years team were: Kim McCooey, Sonja Host, Kary Kora- lewski and Kathy Sitarek. Hn FA..cm45 n' ..- ' nsl"""" ,,,,,-null" gut' AM-,,,.,..----""' -.,,,,,.... i f 3 -- 1 'ai . i - wrrzt... -gt, . . .J Wif1?afief .tt xl, ,......,3 i,,: .. 1 Q 'l af. :vii Q it 1 f..i..' tm. 1 ..- .. A8 ,, Ha ., . 1 A -4 - K . . - f.i:1,..:Ys2!i-SW .. H f- - ii , .,..., 'I ' . .,. ,. -,is ,.., .. . 3 - 5 l f WRESTLI ROW 1: B. Page, J. Meyer, S. Roberts, P Sullivan, K. Dils, R. Borowski, T Page, R. Barringer, D. Rath, K. Adamczyk, S. Paluch, E. Zoerb, K. Thurnherr. ROW 2: G. Webster, S. Lyons, N. Russo, K. Klein, D. Boucard, S. Mink, B. Galuzzi, J. Pawlek, J. Kolpack, D. Macchioni, J. Dylid, M. Wohlabaugh, J. Butera. ROW 3: Coach Falcone, T Taylor, J. Gumhalter, C. Hall, M. Kawa, J. Holl, B. Kelly, J. Grogan, D. Raucher, L. Vitellok, R. Tarabula, D. Basinski, S. Zabell, M. Gray, J. Paluch, K. Eckert, B. Barrett, S. Barrow, D. Falcone, Coach Wilde. AB- SENT D. Beres, T Czarcinski, J. Kamuda, C. Neuman, J. Hafner, M. King, J. Scheffler. in .,.,. A ,s,,.7,1gfsw. - . ull' . L, ,m5i,... fi- .v-.e...-"we -t 'if' X K ,E K . ' gg 9 fb U -l 45,3 -W' 15 ff' fi A, ,,...,, .,.. .,, ,.,.. ... , . . g il-.ffq,Q.:fs.. 1. 'g V ' , ...L , The Falcon wrestlers finished the season with a 5-5-1 record. The team was led by Tri-captains Ron Borowski, Tom Page and Ron Barringer. Borowski K 126 lbs.l and Page U19 lbs.l finished the season with undefeated dual meet records while Barringer 1132 lbs.l had but 1 defeat as did teammate Bill Page I98 lbs.l The team also placed in all four tournaments in which it participated as follows: Iroquois -- 4th, Royalton-Hartland - 4th, West Seneca West - 2nd and Frontier -- lst. We are looking forward to next year, from the 43 man squad we are graduating only five, Tom Page, Ron Borowski, Eric Zoerb, Don Mac- chioni, and Joe Pawlek. Nine of the varsity squad will be returning for the 1986-1987 season. SWI M ROW 1: Coach Lengel, Dale Britton, J. B. Sullivan, Rob Rausch, Dennis Enser. ROW 2: Bob Blyth, John Kennedy, GriffHannell, Mark Ott Brandt Hess, Scott Neal, Joe Griffin, Mgr. Linda Dembski, Standing: Coach Rabener. ROW 3: Mgr. Katie McConvey, Mgr. Laurie Luczak Brian Scheff, Bob Wood, Ken Patton. The 1985-1986 season was one of rebuilding with the graduation taking 7seniors last year. Even though we had outstanding individual undefeated seasons by Ken Patton and Bob Wood the team Q was only able to win four times in 12 weeks. A very L young, inexperienced squad will undoubtably im- prove next season and again be a force to be reck- . ...s . oned with in E.C.I.C.s Division I. A lot was learned V., g iii about character this year. Its easy to be a winner, W 1 but you need to dig a little deeper when the going gets a little rough. Frontier will have better days - V ygz again. -4 ti i - "ii 144 X Q i. 1 ., - ,J 1 iiziiflssslgfgfi H -i Daily from November thru March, the "cellar-dwellers" head for their subterranean lair. Frontier shooters practice three positions: prone, offhand or standing and kneeling, trying for the highest possible score - 300. This years team completed its season with a winning record of 8-7. A surprising effort was made by sophomore Justin Louise, taking match honors for Frontier 5 times. He tied the individual school record with an aggregate of 287-1Oc, Captain Ralph Stuart and senior Cheryl Miller also had strong seasons, The teams best match was at Lancaster, where they scored 1387. ROW 1 lL to RI: Ken Zawadzki, Chris Bussi, Tom Conway, Justin Louise, Coach Paul Hickey, ROW2 IL to Rl: Danae Zerby lMgr.J, Geoff Brooks, Laura Pound, Cheryl Miller, Ralph Stuart, Shawn Morris. MISSING: Kim Duquette, Ainette Chua. I-ICCKEY The Falcon Hockey Teams are completely self supporting, while still furthering the name of Frontier. This year in the Southtowns High School Hockey League the Var- sity has a record of 7 wins 7 losses and 2 ties with 8 games remaining while the Junior Varsitys re- cord is 7 wins and 5 losses with eight games remaining. We all wish the best of luck to the 1986 graduating seniors. GOALIES: J. Weber, L. Har- stead. DEFENSE: B. Mohan, C. Tripp, F Sticht, S. Torna- bene, D. Scheffler, F Bogolski. OFFENSE: P O'Connor, J. Ernst, T Latt, J. Texter, J. Abram, R Cook, D. Cook, M. Smith, V Arena, K. Dahlberg. GOALIES B Mohan R Chiodo 1ST ROW J O Connor R Filighera R Filighera R Jensen J Weber T Palombaro K Gleason S Scarcella, C. O'Connor. ZND ROW Mr Mohan lMgrj G Hazen J Ciccarella T Best M Bukaty W Gehen Mr Filighera lass tcoachl W Nash M Pawela Mr Fzlighera lCoachl. MISSING: E. Kinn, you 'ff"Z:fq,"' . A , - I Q FIRST ROW: T Ratka, T Gerlach, M. Larosa, J. McConvey, J. West, M. Strait, G. Waite, D. Engler, A. Worthling SECOND ROW: H. Quinn, J. Chilcott, C. Gretka, A. Salasny E. Mendola, R Hauser, J. Applegate, R. Jones, J. Hughes THIRD ROW: B. Weibel, D. Marenovic, J. Nash, A. Kruzska, S. Jankowski, S. Steffan, M. O'Connell, J. Nash, M Heinrich, A. Pienta, C. Hint, T MacNeil, C. Mecozzi, Coach Senn 4 . .. . . .. .. . ..... FIRST ROW: E. Tirado, S. Wyman, S. Will, A. Griffith, R. Stobert, R Weaver, R. Wappman SECOND ROW: D. Manning, B. Bingenheimer, E. Jensen, R. Will, L. Russo, S Schaefer, D. Brown, Warthling, J. Shealy THIRD ROW: C. Mecozzi, T McNeil, M. Steffan, T Lepsch, R. Borisch, S. Pirotta, S. Wyman, M. Bowen, J. Tirado, J. Doyle, B. Mit chell FOURTH ROW: B. Waide, B. Bednarz, T Izydorczak, B. Herlehy, B. Shealy, J. Mitchell, A, Bingenheimer, R Lepsch, T O'Brien, B. Kryszak, C. Quick, T Menton, Coach Senn The indoor track team completed an excellent season under the direction of coaches, Senn, Ostrander and the leadership of seniors R. J. Will, Jeff Doyle, Rob Wappman, Steve Pirrota, and Judy West. The girls won the E.C.I.C.s with 111 points. The boys won the E.C.l.Cls with 114 points. First places were turned in by Christi Hint - high jump, Elaine Mendola - walk, Ann Kruzska - 50 meter hurdles, Blake Bednarz - shot put, Art Griffith - walk, Steve Will, Erik Jensen, Lou Russo, and R. J. Will - the two mile relay. Frontier qualified a record of 16 people for the state meet held at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse. Blake Bednarz, R. J. Will, Lou Russo, Scott Wyman, Art Griffith, Bruce Shealy, Steve Parker, Jeff Doyle, Jen McConvey, Kristen Haldizak, Judy West, Deb Marenovic, Christi Hint, and Elaine Mendola participated in the N. Y State meet. 149 BOTTOM ROW lLeft to Rightl: Amy Carrig, Laura Blain, Dee Vitrano, Nancy Frank, Laurie Von Hendy, Lisa LaFave. SECOND ROW: Joelene Rosanski, Peg Gonser, Capt. Gina DiFlavio, Tracey Jacobs, Kerry Rich, Capt. Mary Gawlak, Capt. Sonya Host, Ann Polakiewicz, Coach Vara. P, 1 - KW This years team enters the final week ofthe regular season with a 11- 4 record. The team is battling Or- chard Park for top spot in Division I and will be heading for sectional play for the second year in a row. The team has played tough all year de- spite the loss of three key players to knee injuries. lMary Gawlak, Sonya Host, Laurie Von Hendyl The team has been led all year by three year starters Gina DiFlavio 16 pts. per game and Mary Gawlakis rebound- ing until her knee injury. Also con- tributing with key plays were Tracey Jacobs, Kerry Rich, Nancy Frank, Laurie Von Hendy, Dee Vitrano, Lisa LaFave, Amy Carrigg and Laura Blain played well off the bench. Highlights were many this year. Gina DiFlavio scoring 24 and 20 points against Maryvale and Ham- burg. The teams 14 game winning streak at home over the last two years. Also wins over undefeated Or- chard Park and Lackawanna and overtime wins over Hamburg and Lancaster. BEN I tilt-SW -I-nnlllb--41 nii ,,,. L Y" gi ,,-guns-10" gg F f , wif , ,- S w ff A i , I' W 4 ,f f 4 4 N 1, . H, ,mg ,,: ...,,, i, 7 , .M . ., W, S 8 fjfikawil? J .V. BASKETB LL The J. V Girls Basket- ball team has had a very successful season with 13 wins and 2 losses. The emphasis of the Girls J. V Program was based on the develop- ment of basketball skills and team sportsmanship. This years team accom- plished bothl I have great confidence that this team will have much success at the varsity level. 152 TOP ROW: Jen Ransford, Jill Bukaty, Allison Crosta, Linda Bowen, Elizabeth Grinder, Ann Reed, Coach - Mrs. D. Mcguire. BOTTOM ROW: Sue Dexter, Wendy Hesslink, Nicole Cook, Donna Szarowicz, Erin Sullivan, Jackie Sobaszek. 5 .ru 'mfr ,nv 3. T fr je yi .1 fd f"'v ,yuh mn, W-N ,A, A. Q yz:::ff4 -. fins ' vacuo L, A wi S P 1: Q Rf' f W YL""'f9w , ww 'Wm 5 wa 3 ff? 2 i a F ROW Coach U L ,K C W a a B S ? ! N Ski Club '54 GROUP IN THE NEVER ENDING SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT SNOW AND THE PERFECT HILL." The newly formed Fron- tier Central High School Color Guard has been in ac- tion since September of 1985 under the direction of Mrs. Carol Krotje. The group consists of sixteen dedicated young ladies practicing and performing in all kinds of weather. The club made its debut at the Homecoming Parade and Celebration. They have marched at football games during half time and have been in full force fostering school spirit. LYING DOWN: Sheila Coyle, Lisa Scroggs. SECOND ROW: Cindy Waite, Jackie Bratek, Pam Fridell, Cathy Baker, Elaine Stegner. THIRD ROW: Karen Seufert, Karen Westphal, Diane Van Cise, Linda Schooley, Kim Steigert, Gwen Gesin, Cathy Fredenberg. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Mary Streit, Sue Regan, Mrs. Carol Krotje, coach. 157 The Forum ' Its Academic In October, the Frontier "Its Academic I' team was one of the hundred teams to compete for a spot on the "Its Academic" Television show. Only the forty top scoring schools were accepted, and unfortunately, the Falcon team didn't qualify. Team members Mary Eberhardt lcaptainl, Rich Scocchera, Dan Sheff, and Susan Zack were chosen by a test given by the National Honor Soci- ety, which chooses the team members each spring. The Forum is the Frontier Central Reading Club. This years bake sales were held to purchase the novel Skele- ton Crew by Stephen King. A discussion ofthe novel and pizza party were held. Students also voiced their opinions about the books and purchased novels for independent reading. ln June Forum members participated in field trips to New York City, Toronto, and Darien Lake. l , . ba BACK ROW: Judy West, Laura Pound, Ralph Stuart, Chris Sobczak, Alicia Hughes. MIDDLE ROW: Cheryl Miller, Wendy Pike, Mary Eberhardt, Megan Shaunz, Sharon Eberhardt, Sue Perkins, Brian Weibel. FRONT ROW: Henry Luszack, Kerry Rich. Social Club varsity Club Dave Buck, Dan Doverspike, Mike Gambino, Lee Signs, Rich Stoborl and Rob Feider. Frontier Senior Social Club consists of 14 members. Monthly meetings are held to discuss and plan club activities. Fund rais- ing this year has supported our annual Christmas party. Honored guests included Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Courtney, Mr. Capuani and Mrs. Comerford. Fund raising will continue full force 2nd semester in an ef- fort to support membership participation to Toronto and New York City. an F,-f 1""' STANDING: Andrew Fridell, Blake Bednarz, Tom O'Brien, Steve Parker, Larry Wohlabaugh, Tom Prendergast, Joe Ciccarella, Rob Bauer, Tim Regis, Ron Nagy, Mark Hatten, M. Bowen, Rob Wappman, Paul Kellner. NEXT ROW: J. Fasciano, Mary Gawlak, Kelly Dundon, D. Zerby, J. Mitchell, S. Host, J. Doyle, B. Wiebel, T Krone, E. Streety, D. Rath, Sullivan, R Morgante, Sue Zak, T Jacobs, C. Sobczak, G. Miller, D. Nunciato, R Hauser, D. Gizzi, J. Sullivan, B. Wood, C. Miller, L. Von Hendy, M. Gonser, K. Patton, J. Probst, N. Frank, C. Quick, D. Stejbach, S. Neal, G. Hannel, H. Lenard, B. Galuzzi, R. Stuart, S. Horucy, T Ciesla, R. Barringer, J. Taylor, M. Meyer, T DiChristifaro Chess Club '1 if 'Wan 3 Rx R Chess Club: From left to right: Lori Bellamo, Mike Woefel, Melanie Brown, Karen Schuffert, Paul Raudemacker, Justin Louise, Allan Clifford, and instructor Miss Pinkowski. Second Row: Don Spring, Scott Rachlinski, Mark Woelfel, Jim Oakes. "fi- The Chess Club is an organization for stu- dents to learn and refine their skills at chess. The club participates in several in school tour- naments throughout the year. 1 60 fActitiviee ,OVW is 1 A ,- .sys ,Wu .ir lsss C ssuls V5 ii . . eff l sssssf stss e . l s ff' 'f11' s""'Ss -in 'ff .- s ' " . v Q12 4' W! 1-1, Math Club The Math Club, completing its third year is geared for those students who both enjoy and show a proficiency in the field of mathematics. The members compete on an individual basis six times a year against students from other high schools by taking national exams. These exams allow the club members to see how they stack up against expert student mathematicians through- out the country. ROW 1: Melanie Brown, Brian Weibel, Sherry Steffan, Dawn Yakal, Paul Hartel, Troy Kruszka. ROW 2: Joe Fasciana, Dale Britton, Steve Mink, Mike Sutfin, Shawn Shelton, Mr. Tone, Bill McConvey. S.A.I.L. e 5 P f l Y s... ROW 1 ll to rl Mary Eberhardt, Candy Brown, Ann Salasny, Ann Reed, Wendy Barnes, Trish Grinder, Lori Bellomo, Meghan Shannon ROW 2 ll to rl Sue Zak, Andy Bugman, Kathy Weese, Trany Cooper, Paula Kraus, Kristin Halizak, Kristen Doziarski, Jennifer Robinson, Heather Hyser, Justin Louise, Sharon Eberhardt, Kevin Eckert, Melanie Brown, Dale Britton, Ms. Costello ROW 3 ll to rl Walter Zack, Sean Partridge, Brian Sheff, Joe Cicarrella, Scott Neal, J. B. Sullivan, Mike Sutfin, Bob Wood, Kevin Harrington, Dwayne Boucaud, Steve Will, Mark Woefel, Brian Weibel. The S.A.I.L. Program at Frontier is in its third year of existence. vides students with an opportunity to have experience working in the The program consists of two facets: the academic and the school. career field of their choice. The academic includes involvement in a special area of interest Involvement in social activities and community projects are the student may have in a particular field. Frontier this year has planned. Fund raising activities will fund some of the projects. Field joined the A.L.I.P lAction Learning Internship Programl which pro- trips to various community businesses are part of the spring agenda. Activities f 1 6 1 ational Honor Society The National Honor Society at Frontier is proud of its tradition, leader- ship and service. This Fall members of the NHS participated in the selection process for "Its Academicf' Throughout the year they have provided a peer tutoring service for these who want extra help in subjects with which they are having difficulty. In addition, members of the NHS held a one day fast, followed by a shared meal, to raise awareness of the problem of starvation and to raise money for Oxfam, an organization that assists the starving. This Spring the NHS hopes to sponsor a field trip to Blackcreek Village, the Royal Ontario Museum and Ontario Place. Lastly, the NHS sponsors the Myer-Briggs Test, a positive personality analysis. 'X . -1 ,iis S' 'Q 3 I 11. Xi . 9 sw ROW 1: J. Gumhalter, M. Mastrangelo, T Krakowski, T Kerr, D. Pietraszek, G. Tobias, D. Salerno, N. Frank, H. Lenard, M. Eberhardt, S. Zack, S. Kelleher, E. Shannon ROW 2: C. Brown, D. Sheff, C. Miller, M. Mohorovicic, C . Hacic, E. Meier, W Pike, J. Eckman, L. Grajeda, R. Gardina, P Czuba, L. Jaskowski, K. Uzanov, J. West, B. Ap- pleby, S. Jones. ROW 3: A. Hughes, M. Stahura, T Merlette, D. Spring, C. Gwitt, P Rapini, S. McNaughton, J. Mink, S. Pirotta, R. Scheffler, G. DiFlavio, V Minnich, C. Lang, J. Doyle, L. Pound, H. Reiderer. ROW 4: R. Herr, J. Pawlak, J. Rizzo, B. Weibel, R. Stuart, T Noeller, D. Orlowski, D. Russell, K. Rich, M. Gawlak, A. Pienta, K. Haines, M. Pawela, B. Bednarz, R. Will, S. Perkins, K. Koralewski, J. Chorazak. 'XY 1wez',..s,al ..-.L.L. . ., X A K l -1. R' +3- -fs ,W . PA JP MVK V- 5 iw fi L ,H .HX ffm-1 -. ' . .. . L V W, . hwy W ' 'wwse 9 55 ROW 1: S. Trojanovic, A. Verbanoff, K. Lesiak, K. Wesphal, J. Rothenberger, K. Slater, R. Pilger, L. Haines, E. Skop, B. Leard, A. Blaze, D. Yakal, J. Nash. ROW 2: J. Garra, K. Carmody, J. Rozanski, K. Szkutak, J. Davies, 'lf Conway, S. Walsh, L. Ratka, S. Kasinski, L. Mack, S. Daly, K. Klein, T Tokarczyk, T Giordano, J. Robinson, K. Vandenbergh. ROW 3: 'If Skora, B. Sheff, L. Brocki, J. Dahl, J. Robinson, S. Oszust, R. Swahlon, N. Hammond, A. Polakiewicz, R. Filighera, B. Mohan, T Evans, H. Hyser, K. Lenahan, K. Pat- ton, S. Neal, L. Eckert, S. Steffan. ROW 4: J. Sullivan, M. Sutfin, J. Evancho, G. Hannel, R Yoviene, E. Donovan, C. Reed, M. Bosiacki, R Hartel, S. Shelton, S. Mink, W McCon- vey, B. Weibel, '11 Reed, W Harmon, M. Woelfel, W Zak, S. Rachlinski, J. Vandenbergh, B. Naumoff. Exchange Students I 'm Monica Santander and I was here last year on an exchange program in the summer, but, I returned for a year to learn English and the American way of life. I had to make new friends which was also part of my experience. I have very good friends who help me all the time. This is still hard because I miss my family and my friends too. I think I 'm very fortunate for the family I have but I appreciate everything my new family is doing for me and I love them, too. I have to come back next year for college because the career that I 'm interested in we don 't have in my country so I have to leave my country for that. I want to thank everyone at Frontier for all the opportunities they've given me. Monica Santander, from Quito, Ecuador, is preparing for college in the USA next year by spending this school year at Frontier. Hoping to study fashion design, Monica has already graduated from High School in Ecuador. In Ecua- dor, Monicas family owns a textile factory. She has one sister and three brothers, one of which is attending college in Philadelphia. She is staying with IMPRESSIONS Ilike to be in Rotary learn about your country and to see, the way you live and what you give, that makes this year a special one for me . . . " These are the words to the ro' tary exchange student song. A song which we "rotexes" learned Donald and Patricia Appenheimer of Salisbury Avenue. H , To I to sing by heart, for it basically sums up what our purpose is here - to learn the ways and culture of the American People. My stay has been more than pleasant. Going home is even un- thinkable at the moment. There are so many things to see, so many ideas to explore, so many adventurous things to try lI'll let you figure that outl. America has been good to me. She even gave me a day off during my birthday. Frontier is excellent. Its so different from what I'm used to and yet so fa- miliar. The teachers and students have left quite an impression on me and for that I'm very grate- ful. Ihave acquired life-long friends. I have acquired enough memories to last a lifetime. Ishall miss each and every person whose life 1've touched and in return have touched mine. Ishall never forget. HERE 'S TO THE BEST OF TIMES!l!!ll!!ll!l! Ainette Chua is the Rotary sponsored foreign exchange student from Baco- lod City in the Philippines. Her father is a distributor and owns a grocery store. Ainettefs brother is a Philippine doctor. She also has three sisters. Ainette, having already completed one year of college as a mathematics major, wants to own her own computer company. Language Mentors Its a Small World After All! Every day cz group of advanced French, Spanish, Polish and German students travel to the elemen- tary Gifted Talented children in grades 3-6, to intro- duce them to the thrill and excitement of learning a foreign language and a culture different from their own. These senior mentors prepare lesson plans for each class as well as many other activities need- ed for teaching. Everyone involved is a volunteer who does this in addition to the regular advanced language class work. Shake hands with the rest of the world! Bonjour Buenos Dias Guten Tag Dzien Dobry BACK ROW: C. Polakiewicz, J. Eckrnan, S. Kasinski, B. Harmon, S. Mink, S. Shelton, M. Bosiacki, D. Britton. ROW 2: J. Zorn, D. Wahl, K. Wicher, B. Wei- bel, M. Mohorovicic, B. Mohan. ROW 3: J. Rozanski, K. West, S. Zack, J. Nash, M. Slater, C. Miller, J. Zywicki, K. Klein. ROW 4: S. Trojanovic, R. Jewitt, H. 165 Cerne, K. Szkutak, S. Horton, D. Penvose, M. Mastrangelo. Polish Club i Officers: ROW 1: Susan Zack lpresidentl ROW 2: Kristin Halizak ltreasurerl, Mary Eberhardt lvice- presidentl, Karen Haines lsecretaryl I'm a pierogi junkie! l i Fifi"-'N fr' sa ff 4 :.:.: ,. 1 5 , if . X . ,. ,... ,W , . x! A! ,..,, W I . iiii A Q hw.: Q - A K ,::,. Q17' X - 1 Seated: ROW 1: Stacey Gerlach, Ann Kruszka, Michelle Knaszak, Sharon Eberhardt, Lisa Kuznicki, Anna Lukaszewicz, Beth Kelleher, Renee Jones, Kathy Wicher, Mary Eberhardt, Susan Zack. BACK ROW: Brenda Loundesberry, Mrs. Anne Szczesny laduisorl, Renee Tokarczyk, Julie Zoladz, Mike Bosiaki, Karen Haines, Amy Pienta, Meghan Shannon, Kristen Halizak, Pam Hauser, Michelle Stanek, Tina MacNeil, Ken Zdziarski, Mark Woefel, Walter Zak, Anne Polakiewicz, Sandy Kasinski ' X X - , :::: .,::::, 4, Q Q F Q .sm , i X M French Club i f .Q S AQ". W 5' Officers: ROW 1: A. Polakiewiz, L, Thomas ROW 2: H. Hyser, P Oaks, M. Kwapich 'M-Q . ,iii LVVV K , 1 ROW 1: J. Garra, K. West, H. Hyser, C. Zdiarski, K. Smith, K. Sullivan ROW 2: L. Barbic, J. Applegate, S. Flierl, J. Zoladz, A. Baxter, D. Pietruszewski ROW 3: K. Erker, A. Schena, C. Hood, P Renaldo, A. Carrigg, M. Kwapich, M. Bureau, C. Ishmael, B. Hart, J. Robinson, S. Oszust, 'IT Wetzler ROW 4: K. Klein, 'If MacNeil, P Oaks ROW 5: A. Polakiewicz, H. Russell, K. Kubiak, D. Rath, L. Thomas, C. Kick, C. O'Dee, S. McCarthy Activitiesf 1 67 German Club ROW 1: J. Nash, L. Wild, F! Kraus, T Cooper, L. Ratka, D. Zerby, D. Penvose, M. Mastrangelo, M. Steffan. ROW 2: J. Allison, M. Henrich, L. Almeida, K. Steigert J. Zorn, B. Herr, E. Just, C. Bussi, 'lf Manning, B. Kryszak, H. Luczak, J. Mau. ROW 3: E. Doverspike, C. Catherwood, S. Winkowski, R. Petry, A. Lukaszewicz T Wetzler, M. Sibiga, C. Miller, S. Perkins. Much action has taken place this year in German Club. Day trips to New York City, Toronto, and Darien Lake are planned for this spring. Two 3100.00 Scholarships for active senior members have been proposed and are awaiting school ap- proval. Computer software and videos from Ger- many have been purchased for the German Classes. The German club donated 375.00 to the student Government for the United Fund. This 45- member club raised money this year through a Homecoming carnation sale, Gummy Bear Sale, Nestles Candy Bar Sale, Valentine Sucker Sale, Easter Candy Sale, and Lollipop Sale. 168 Q El Club Espanol A 5 l T M4 ff, f"' SEATED ILEFT TO RIGHTIJ B. Zawisa, C. Muniz, C. Gretka, H. Chadwell, J. Zywicki, T Tokarczyk, A. Reed. ROW 2: T Muniz, W McCarthy, S. Logan, B. Kowalczyk, D. Van Cise, M. Bowen, J. Rozanski, P Grinder, D. Saladyga, D. Sauer, I.. Czajka, L. Costello. ROW 3: V Sullivan, J. Tracy, T Kaczmierczyk, K. Weese, E. Sullivan, A. Gorney, D. Iafallo, M. Slater, T. Conway, L. Simonick. ROW4: D. Lorka, T Noody, J. Robinson, H. Quinn, K. Thiry, Ms. Costello, L. Pound, S. Schl. A wide variety of fund-raising endeavors as well as activities characterized this years Spanish Club. The International day with foreign students from U. B. gave club members an opportunity to experience cultural differences firsthand. The Christ- mas festival in early December not only it inspired members to become chefs of eth- nic cuisine, but they also became host members of the school band who played Christmas songs from various countries. Joint efforts with other groups provides a time to share new ideas and way of work- i ,... g ing together, such as the Valentine carna- ,, T tion sale with the Sophomore class and ,f -f"'i X "Green Days" with FBLA. The St. Patrick "Green Days" were a second year effort on the part of the two clubs to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. This year concluded with three Interdisci- plinary field trips: New York City, Toronto, and Darien Lake. FABULOSO!! DQ, . D.E.C.A. .. The Deca club is composed of first ' 8: second year Marketing-Distribu- tive Ed students. i I il Q The club is actively involved in 'rl' community and employee relations. Many service projects are completed by the students year year. This year the students collected gifts 8: clothing for the children of the OLV infant home, raised money for Muscular Dystrophy with a Guess-a-Thon and raised money for American Cancer Society. The club also sponsored a field trip to Buffalo State College 8: Bry, ant 8z Statton Downtown Campus to evaluate College opportunities. I , yi.,f,ii ,,r, ,,i,,irA.,,., ,,,,iii,W i,,ti, . . K--W-...Q FRONT ROW: D. Buchanan, J. Mink ITreas.2, 'lf Trayford, K. Leavell, R. Winter, J. Medynski, J. Robinson, M, Martin. SECOND ROW: Seated on Steps C. Wetzler fSec.2, R. Zaklikowski, R. Pilger, P Szczublewski, L. Boser, P Lux, D. Becker Ilst VP1, M. Brehm I2nd VRJ, S. Convissar, D. Williams, L. Zorn THIRD: K. Baker, 'If Masterman, S. McNaughton, K. Griffith, M, Eckman, C. KeHow fPres.l, S. Lates, D. Jones, R Martinez, R. Nocera, B. Naumoff STANDING: J. Zuckowski, C. Hint, C. Vullo, B. Cheeke, R Richardson, R Castanza, B. Hernandez, J. Forrester, S. Green, D. Doverspike, B. Hine, M Puslisi, D. Farley, K. Bodekor, D. Deinzer, J. Eckert, S. Ranick, Mr. Tarnish, R. Klinger, R. Rinard, C. McGee, H. Baker, K. Morgan, K. McCuIly, R. Urban J. Lehanan, B. Holl. SITTING: K. Stuart, C. Paterson, M. Watson, R. Burns, D. Brennan, H. Klinck. MISSING: J. Halas. 1 70fActitivies 1 Bookstore S .K 'K ' V, II: I kk U N . X -in ' NS' .r -f.f Q. 'M ,gi K X i ' ' X X ".::, 511, ,."--,. E.. - .. -H FRONT ROWL to R: M, Brehm, R Hartnez, K. Leslak, J. Forester, H. Baker, M. Brylski, C. Kehoe KDECA Presidentl, L. Baumann, D. Deinzer, K. Bodekur. SECOND ROWL ro R: D, Becker KDECA VPU R. Nocera, P Lux, C. Paterson, J. Lenahan, R. Winter, M. Eckman, K. Griffith, J. Zachowski, R. Pilger. THIRD ROWL to R: K. Morgan, B. Naumoff, R Szczublewski, H. Klinck, D. Brennan, J. Mink fManager of Student Storel, C. Vullo, C. Hint, R. Zalikowski. FOURTH ROWL to R: C. McGee, B. Hull, M. Martin, C. Wetzler lSecretary DECAL K. Baker, S. McNaughton, K.!Wetzler, L. Wasmund, D. Williams, Mr. Tarnish. V The Frontier DECA Student Store, pro- vides retail and marketing training for stu- dents ofthe Marketing 8z Distributive Edu- cation Program. The students under the direction of Managers Jackie Mink 8: Joe Halas, assist in display, sales, inventory, and store oper- ation. The store sells school supplies, review books, clothing, computer discs and our famous pretzel sticks for regular school and summer school. its II sf . 555Qy5'fQ' .. .. Q -of X x rf X Q Q ,se A T if T A i iiii TT i A Axrb Y, M T V Q2 I ikkl Qs ' ig . -yrrk ' is i . M S1 ss si 2. f' , J ... ZEAV AVAAV if givv z A . T iisi at T Activitiesf17 1 FBLA . BOTTON LEFT - Dawn Mandiak, Sue Pawela, Sheila Coyle, Nancy Hammond, Lisa Ratka, Sue Ring, Kim Mahoney. ROW 2 - Julie Anne Lenahan, Chris Jewitt Julie Jackson, Dina Lafallow, Gwen Gesin, Denise Portka, Julie Whjtas. ROW3 Q Sharon Walsh, Nancy Wojick, Mary lzydorczak, Karen Lesiak, Kelly Stuart r Rhonda Pilger, Sharon Horten, Sharon Daly, Carrie Eckman, Lisa Wasmund, Future Business Leaders of America is the national organization for all high school students participating in business and office programs. It functions as an integral part of the instructional program of the business and office curriculum. The purpose of FBLA is to provide additional opportunities for students in business and of- fice education, to develop vocational and career support- ive competencies, and to promote civic and personal responsibility. FBLA allows for the development of strong aggressive leadership today in preparation for an active leadership role tomorrow. Through FBLA mem- bers learn how to lead and participate in group discus- sions, preside at meetings and conferences, work effec- tively within committees, and engage in practical prob- lem-solving and decision-making. Members learn the value of competition on local, district, regional and na- tionls levels by experiencing the responsibility of success as well as the challenge of defeat. Through contact with teachers, advisors employers, and interested busines- spersons, FBLA members develop confidence in their own abilities and learn how to develop them to their fullest. 1 7 2 f Actitivies Colleen Gallivan, Lisa Kelly, Nancy Moutague, Cathy McGee, Karen Sullivan. ROW 4 - Jennifer Schofer, Loran Simonick, Colleen Paterson, Heather Hyser, Jennifer Santana, Keith Williams, Shari Fruchtel, Carol Vullo, Zeina Keranovic, Renee Thompson, Beth Yeaton, Jennifer Ransford. ROW 5 - Nancy Libinski, Carrie O'Connel, Tammy Ranich, Jill Griffith, Gretchen Pound, Greg McSkimming. Officers, FBLA: ROW 1 - Zeina Keranovic, Colleen Patterson ROW 2 - Carol Vullo, Keith Williams Library Assistants BACK ROW: Jeffrey Dinan, Jenny Chorazak, Jackie Mink, Todd Monaco, Carolyn Michaloski, Michelle Knaszak, Pamela Friddell, Karen Seufert, Christopher Hanna, FRONT ROW lSeatedl: Shelly Lahman, Sue McNaughton, Jean Durett. The library assistants volunteer their study hall time to provide a valuable service to the library and all who use it. In addition to taking care of functions at the main desk, these students perform many skilled and varied tasks which can provide valuable job experience for the future. Activitiesf173 Potter Road Occupational Center X :- Mer me X ' f f H WY' 174 Potter Road Occupational Center is one of many Erie Boces 1 Schools. lt is a trade school that offers "hands-on" training. After a student completes the required amount of education neces- sary, he or she receives a certificate of completion. The school is helpful to many students because they are able to take a course now instead of waiting until they graduate from high school. The school also has a lifetime place- ment service that furnishes its graduates with jobs, Student Government Student Government, led by President Mary Gaw- lak, continues its outstanding work at Frontier. The year began last summer when four members partici- pated in the National Student Government Leader' ship Conference in Pennsylvania, bringing back new ideas and guidance. Homecoming was a highlight with a "Spirit Week, " revolving around a "Surfs Up! L' theme. The Christmas dance proved to be fun and charitable, as Student Government raised 51,000.00 for the Hoover Beach Disaster Fund. The canned food and clothing drive also reflected Frontiers concern for others, along with a Fall Bloodmobile and one planned for spring. Frontiers annual Multi Media assembly will be held in the Spring, along with a S.A.D.D. presentation by Tom Barrasso, the Buffalo Sabres goaltender. Many thanks to all Student Government '85- '86 members for a year well done. FRONT ROW: B. Kelleher, K. Halizak, S. Kellhener, M. Eberhardt, A. Reed. SECOND ROW: E. Meier, M. Gawlak, A. Verbanoff, R. Will, R. Wood, THIRD Row: K. Adamczyk, H. Riederer, L. McDonnell, D. Salerno, T Kerr, R. Bauer. FOURTH ROW: S. Will, K. Rich, J. Rozanski, J. Sullivan. FRONT ROW: N. Frank, S. Flierl, H. Hyser, C. Ganey, M. Eberhardt, C. Brown, K. Koralewski, D. Vitrano, K. Rich, M. LaRosa, T Evans, M. Szelest. ROW 2: B. Barrett, R. Wood, K. Adamczyk, A. Kruszka, R. Jones, K. Halizak, J. West, S. Kelleher, W McCarthy, L. Almeida, J. Mink, J. Durrett, S. McNaughton, L. McDonnell, S. Neal. ROW 3: J. Sullivan, P Friddell, S. Trojanovic, J. Rozanski, E. Meier lsec.l, M. Gawlak lpresj, A. VerbanofffVPl, R. Will ltreasl, R. Bauer, A. Reed, K. Erker, T Wetzler, L. Haines. ROW 4: J. Sabuda, L. Ballomo, S. Will, W Shaper, T Tokarczyk, T Kerr, T Wojcik, A. Helig, S. Herwood, D. Pietraszak, B. Bednarz, D. Salerno, C. Ernst, S. Uszust, D. Boucard. ROW 5: K. Weese, H. Riederer, L. Luczak, J. Nistler, J. Robinson, L. Ratka, S. Pirotta, B. Weibel, J. Doyle, M. Woefel, W Zak, B. Donovan, E. Skop, K. Nowak. 1 7 6 f Actitivies :Class Officers Vice-President - Denise Pietruszewski, President - Jennifer Obstarczyk, Treasurer - Lisa Thomas, Secretary - Kristin Halizak, Sophomore fund-raising activities for the year includ- ed donut and Carnation sales. They were the first to have a pre-school donut sale which was extremely successful. Several class members contributed their time and tal- ent to the outstanting Homecoming hall decorations which won second prize as judged by a faculty commit- fee. 4 mrs T lik Ull The Senior Class has been busy since the start of school in September. The Indian Child Adoption Cam- paign occupied the first month of school, followed by the Homecoming Hall Decorations and Float Construction. The seniors finished first in the Hall Decorations Contest. The Seniors have also been working hard on the Tradi- tional Prom scheduled for May 17th and the Sadie Haw- kins Dance set for February and although Graduation is 6 month away the Class Officers recently picked out An- nouncements and started plans for the June event. Mr. Tone, Dawn Mandiak, Mike Sutfin, Sue Ring, Zoe Sipos The- class officers lead the way helping to create school spirit as well a conducting fund raising activities necessary to sponsor class day and Jr X Sr Prom. Activitiesf 1 77 jffice Assistants if L 35 ?i E1 25 1 , 1 E. 5 5, Q! gi 5, 21 L, 1 W. Z " FLOOR - ROW 1: S. Lorka, K. Richter, D. Lorka, M. Becker, K. Sauberan, L. Wsamund. ROW 2: A. Heilig, S. Herwood, L. Tupis, D. Mandiak, K. Russell, T Kempf. ROW 3: E. Sullivan, L. Molnar, S. Ring, Z. Sipos, C. Baldelli, R Czuba. TOP ROW: Mary Alice Nolan, C. Tomczak. ,A 178 .h., , , ., m m L Attendance Workers: left to right: K. Klein, D. Mahoney, A. Hughes Missing from picture: L. Phillips. gi ,' if I as . , r . . gs, ,. k A W wr. FIRST ROW: J. Mink, Mrs. Crawford. SECOND ROW: S. McNaughton, K. Godios. THIRD ROW: L. Abramo, L. Goedberry. The student workers in the Guidance Department are a great asset in keeping the office working efficiently. They do a great deal of filing and homework requests. They also run errands and check student schedules. "Thanks for all your help." 5 3 ?' I ,, :QQ ...QQ 1ST ROW: SEATED: Renee Tates, Robin Kwietniewski, Miss Rosann Acanfora, Secretary, Chris Pauel, Mrs. Irene Luba, Secretary. 2ND ROW: STANDING: Kelly Striker, Lisa Thomas, Barb Appleby, Heather Baker, Kim Savage, Julie Tomczak. MISSING FROM PHOTO: Mike Brooks, Michele Compise, Kathy Patterson, Wendy Pike, Michelle Puglisi, Karen Skolnik, Lisa Williams, Tammy Winkler. Peer Listening Peer Listening is sponsored by the Hamburg Town Youth Bureau. Mary Rose, from the Youth Bureau, 8: Miss Trawonski a biology teacher, are the advisors. Peer Listeners consist of Sophomores, Juniors 8: Seniors at our high school. During the year Peer Listeners at- tend meetings, 8z seminars 8z week- ends to help us become better listen- ers. Peer Listeners also hold Drug Awareness Days for the 6th graders. They are taught that its ok to say "NO" to peer pressure. Twice during the year Peer Listeners attend a weekend seminar. This weekend is designed to reinforce our listening skills and enable us to be able to help people. If someone has a problem, Peer Listeners can help. It its a prob- lem that requires more help than we're able to give, we can also refer the student to someone who can help. 180 QE 6 W -IC L' -mi 1... .lg ...,, Z it TOP ROW ILEFT TO RIGHTJ: K. Zawadzki, L. Barbifc, S. Mumm, K. Zdziarski, J. Schooley. MIDDLE ROW ILEFT TO RIGHTI: B. Harmon, N. Cook. D. Horne, M. Kwapich, D. Zerby. BOTTOM ROW ILEFT TO RIGHT2: Miss Trawinski laduisorj, Terry Kusmierczyk, Bernie Crauer, J. Leuerentz, C. Mecozzi. W7 ilili Announcers -. ' Q Cheryl Miller, Michael Watson, M. Kerry Courtney. TSA. on-L, -as x Mrs. Conway, Mrs. Johnston lVice Presl, Mrs. Neal, Mr. Jehle, Mr. Tarnish The Frontier PTSA. lParent, Teacher, Student Associationl works uite hard to help provide a sense of direction. The three elements of the roup share dialogue on common school issues in hopes of making prob- Cheryl and Mike are the two pleasant and informa- tive voices that are heard each morning making the announcements. Their ex- perience may someday land it them a position on radio or TV .fl""K X35 -' s :...:i9 l Mrs. Doverspike lPresl, Mrs. Miller ITreasurer1, Mrs. Szczesny lTeacherl, Mrs. Kowalczyk lems and planning projects. The group is also plan- ning to offer a scholarship for a graduating senior with money raised from various fund raisers. 181 Audio- Visual Dept. Our group is dedicated to Audio- Visual Fundamentals: a multi-media approach to equipment operation, materi- als and procedures, with strong emphasis on videotape films, tapes and recordings. We have structured our study hall schedules to assist with practical classroom utilization of the electronic me- dia prompty and courteously. ROW 1: M. Knaszak, T Fritz, M. Mawalczyk, K. Fredenburg. LAD- DER, LEFT TO RIGHT? P Renzo, T Fredenburg, C. Miller, J. Ger- ace, A. Griffith, M. Zimmer, D. Carroll. CENTER: N. Montague, D. Zerby, B. Hannel. MISSING: E. Bond, J. Carbone, B. Herr, S. Knise- ly, C. Mastykarz, R. Salisbury, K. Von Volkenberg, K. Williams. .,.,.. Ui! ..., .,,,.,., , HZ -1 I . ' 'klrl F vrr, ll ' F7 ' F fi- H .... 1 ' A t -'L , ,... -' f John Farallo and Sharon Eberhardt exchange ideas concerning a future page of the high school Rlch Scocchera considers "the best word" for his article newspaper, Highlights. in an upcoming issue of Highlights. Public In ormatzon Club The Public Information Club informs the district community of the activities sponsored by the various clubs and organizations in the senior High School building. The club offers its members a unique educational opportunity in the districts print shop. Club members transform stacks of blank paper into tickets, programs, posters, and forms used by these clubs and organizations to promote their activity. Members of the club also help each month with the printing of the Frontier Central District News, the official printing of the publication of the Frontier Central Board of Education. 'li M S OFFICERS President Kathy Sticht Vice President Gary Lemke Secretary: Beth Richardson Treasurer: Christopher Rzeznik LEFT TO RIGHT? FRONT R Pilger R Burns S Colligan BACK C Wetzler J Renowden R Szczublewski, C. Rzeznik, B. Richardson, K. Sticht ABSENYT G. Lemke, K. Stafford, M. McGee, D Delnzer Broadcasting Club The Broadcasting Club is an organization of stu- dents who operate an in- school radio station. The radio station is only trans- mitted throughout the building for Frontier stu- dents. This year the club has changed the stations call-letters from WFSR , Q I frontier student radiol to WPHR KPOWERHIT ra- dioi. The members are assigned to certain days to play music before homeroom. Since the club began there has been music every morn- ing before homeroom. During the winter months, Mike Watson has had an afternoon ra- dio program for students and athletes who stayed after school. 1 -:wil I F ei la I ROW 1: M. Watson, M. Kowalczyk, C. Fredenburger, J. Rothenburger, B. Craver. ROW 2: M. Steffan, K. Van Volkenburg, C. Reed, M. Woelfel. NOT PICTURED: Mr. Weeks, advisor, and J. Garra, G. Siewic, A. Bugman, G. Keefer. FNC Club Frontier News Channel inf volves news reporting and ef- fective writing through produc- tion of actual live action video news footage of stories of spe- cial interest to teen classmates. Involvement stimulates mem- bers in the principle of good general writing, camera and audio techniques, and in ac- quiring an ease in interpersonal communication skills, while at the same time developing as more receptive critics and bet- ter readers and viewers of the media encountered daily. OFFICERS: L TO R: Cheryl Miller, Secretary: Joe Gerace, Vice4Pres.q Danae Zerby, President. i T77 gf 1ST ROW: Sue Knusely, J. Gerace, M. Zimmer, C. Miller, D. Zerby, N. Montague, Mrs. G, advisor 2ND ROW: M. Knaszak, P Renzo, T Fritz, J. Carbone. MISSING: B. Hannel, K. Williams "W Lvl :Msg .WMM wr' N, .14 .5 xvfs U- ,m 'Q 1 if f f 5 1 1 Q ' M K 1 4- Z ' th f f if 'ef ,L.v .g,. , ly 5 5 vt f. 1: , ffm' 'W in 153 fe Xu 1 5. ww L Y 253' 3 a. is Q .9 N x F es BX saw? Qui ,Q- :vm X wa Art Club The Art Club is a very young, successful, and active club. In our second year and because of the many successful bake goods and candy sales, they were able to take a three day trip to Toronto and have planned a full day of fun at Darien Lake in May. Our leaders that contributed greatly to the success and smooth operation of the Art Club were: Tammy Kerr - president, Paula Yoviene - Vice president, Sharon Eberhardt - secretary, Wally Zak - treasur- er, Barb Kryszak - public relations and of course, Mrs. Shirley Zak, our club advisor. FIRST ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT? W Hesslink, S. Eberhardt, M. Shannon, T Kerr, K. Mozgona, E. Skopp, L. Meyers G Russo SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT T Noody, J. Hufford, L. Olejnizak, L. Eckert, Mrs. S. Zak. THIRD ROW- LEFT TO RIGHT J. Purcell, S. Rachlznski W Zak M Woefel P Yoviene B Donovon J Ger ace. MISSING ARE: C. Fohl, C. Zahm and M. Naurnovski. 186 l I DRACUL Count Dracula .......... Miss Wells, a maid .... Jonathon Harker ...... Abraham Van Helsing .... RM Renfield ..,............ Butterworth, an attendant .... Lucy Seward .............,..........,...... . Vincent Dunston . . . Tracy Cooper Raymond Stoklosa Michael Boccolucci . Kevin Harrington . . . . Brandt Hess . . . . Kathy Weese l i l M32 NNW-S-mdnmfl M THE VAMPIRE PLAY IN THREE ACTS by SK ' -4 :T Hamilton Deane 1. 2-fl.,.?ig-Kf and X39 John L. Balderston 'Aix 1QiQQ1 Activities f 187 Stage Crew . -"""""'-,- As usual, this year s Stage Crew played a vital role in the Drama Clubs success. The products of their time and effort are always seen at play and musical performances, but they, unlike their acting counterparts, often go unnoticed and thus sometimes unappreciated by the student body. The next time you attend a performance of a school play or musical and awe the scenery, special effects, and swift and professional scene changes, keep in mind they would not be possible without the efforts of these highly dedicated students we call the STAGE CREW vi-1-1 ROW 1: S. Flierl, F! Friddel, A. Palermo, V Dunston ROW 2: L. Welker, R. Thomann, Z. Keranovic, S. Herwood, A. Heilig, C. Ganey, K. Walton, C. Brown, M. Boccolucci, M. Valvo, P Martinez. ROW 3: C. Bussi, C. Chapman, T Cooper, J. Cooper, J. Rivera, C. Lang, W McCarthy, C. Zahm. ROW 4: S. Lehmann, Kristen Zdziarski, M. Brown, Teresa Kusmierczyk, S. Connolly, C. Weese, J. Rivera, B. Hess, C. O'dee, K. Harrington, L. Ballomo. :Drama Club i l i ROW 1: R. Thomann, B. Hess ROW 2: C. Brown, Z. Keranovic, S. Connolly, S. Flierl, ROW 3: E. Shannon, S. Lehmann, M. Brown, A. Palermo, C. Ganey, P Friddel, M Valvo K. Walton, L. Ballomo, M. Fessel, P Martinez. ROW 4: K. Harrington, R Czuba ROW 5: C. O'dee, C. Weese. ROW 6: C. Lang Drama Club Officer Left to Right: M. Valuo, Z. Keranouic, A. Heilig, S. Connolly, C. Brown. The Drama Club contin- ued to enhance its position as one of Frontiers elite or- ganizations through its fall production of Dracula and its spring performance of the musical You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. The hours of after school, even- ings, and weekend prepara- tion often go unnoticed, but the end product, stellar per- formances, continue to be enjoyed by all, year-in and year-out. Activitiesf189 Above: Graffiti or Subway Art? Far Right: Taxi! Taxi! Near Right: Are there really angels in New York? Below: New York, here we come! Y E5 XF Frontier Paints the Big Apple Red -rupee . atv 01 Q was 16 ' is, ROW 1: Sandy Puglisi, Amy Palermo, Shelly Lehman, Mary Kay Fessal, Chris Garney, Lori Bellomo, Stacey Fherl, Brandt Hess, Charlene Chapman. ROW2: Darlene Williams, Jennifer Sabcuga, Melanie Brown, Crystal Sims, Candi Brown, Bill LaPiana, Tosia Szczesny. ROW 3: Teresa Kysmierski, Pam Friddell, Corey O'Dee, Kathy Weese, Nicole Braun, John Rivers, Natalie Firado. ROW 4: Brian Regan, Kevin Harrington, Liz Mandel, Chris Lang. At Strawberry Fields ln December the Drama Club took a trip to New York City. The group toured the city by day sightseeing and shopping at Macys. At night they attended the Broadway musical LaCage aux Folles at the Majestic Palace Theatre. They viewed the city from atop the empire state building, visited the subway museum and St. Patricks Cathedral. Mayor, the musical played at an off-broadway theatre was also enjoyed by the group. They also toured Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet, the United Nations and Strawber- ry fields. The trip was definitely a success. Will they ever finish it? 191 Concert Band The Concert Band began this year with a performance at the International Christmas Festival. The group achieved a high level of technical proficiency and performed very vs demanding compositions from the traditional band litera- ture at a Concert in March as well as at the ALFRED BAND FESTIVAL. The band finished the year with con- certs in May and June featuring music from the popular genre. ROW 1: Andrew Bugman, Jennifer Zorn, Val Minich, Lori Bellomo, Tracy Cooper, Suzzanne McCarthy, Stephen Will, Kathy Weese, Laura McDonnell, Heidi Riederer, Tammy Noody ROW 2: Ralph Stuart, Cheri Catherwood, Zoe Sipos, Laurie Luczak, Mary Eberhardt, Susan Kelleher, Melanie Mantiono, Laurie Barbie, Dawn Guz, Jill Nash, Renee Tates, Mary Gawlak ROW 3: Eric Fuller, Debbie Moppert, Karen Haines, Karen Szkutak, Michelle Sibiga, Jennifer Sobus, Beth Kelleher, John Rivera, Shawn Shelton, Michael Boccalucci, Alison Baxter, Dale Britton, Dave Stejbach ROW 4: William Sherry, Edgar Triado, Bill Nash, Barb Johnston, Nancy Frank, Lena Wild, Justin Louise, Louis Vitello, Ray Stoklosa, William McConvey, Susan Zack, Laura Wilczak, Paul Hartel, Ken Baker. 192 Select Chorus ' Mixed Chorus ' Music Club ROW 1: Wendy Pike, Candi Brown, Kathy Baker, Heidi Riederer. ROW 2: Pam Friddell, Sue Connolly, Chris Lang, Kathy Weese. ROW 3: Michelle Zimmer, Eric Fuller, Joe Fasciana, Mary Gawlak. MUSIC CLUB OFFI- CERS IBOTTOM TO TOP! Chris Ganey VP, Pam Friddell Sec., Candi Brown Pres., Dale' Britton Tres. li U 6'-27 The 1986 Music Club enjoyed a most eventful year sponsor- ing three band concerts, three choral concerts and several community performances by a variety of Musical groups. The culmination of the Clubs year long efforts resulted in the March production of I'You're a Good Man Charlie Brown." Ninety members of cast, crew and! or orchestra worked in a concerted effort to make the 1986 musical production a most successful endeavor. ROW 1: W McCarthy, J. Rothenberger. K. Steigert, K. Fredenberg, C. Baker, C. O'Dee, S. Regan, K. Schintzius, T Erickson ROW 2: J. Chorazak, A. Woodworth, L. Schooley, L. Almeida, D. Buchanan, S. Alberalla, C. Ganey, C. Chapman ROW 3: K. Seufert, K. Ambrose, S. Coyle, P Szczublewski, D. Vancise, J. Stephenson, C. Lang, Robyn Blaylock. 193 Microbiology Club The Microbiology Club, only recently formed, is one of the most progres- sive clubs going. Made up of seniors and a few juniors, the club consists of students from AP Biology and Microbiology. Our astute leader, Miss D. Trawinski, has been a motivating source in the formation of this most memo- rable of clubs. The organization has planned a candy sale along with some other "eye-catching sales." Thanks to the clubs leaders, Todd Russell, Presi- dent, Henry Luczak, Vice President, Danae Zerby, Secretary, and Carol Gretka, Treasurer, we have gotten off the ground smoothly and with respect. , ' Physics Club The Class of '86 will go on record as the 'founding fa- thers" of the Frontier Physics Club. Out of student interest in the many facts and broad range of this science, this orga- nization grew. Their goals is to bring Physics to everyone. The club hopes to offer the Frontier opportunity to learn more about this vital science through guest speakers and field trips. Our officers are Ron Scheffler, president, Rob Bauer, vice president, Deanne Pietraszek, secretary, Mary Gawlak, trea- surerg and Mrs. Boorman is our moderator. 194 ROW 1: ILEFT TO RIGHTI C. Lang, R. Scocchera, W Pike, E. Zoerb, S. Horucy, R. Donaldson, B. McAndrew, C. Bussi, D Seargant, Mrs. Boorman ROW 2: M. Gawlak, K. Szelewski, A. Palermo, J. Rizzo, J. Eckman, D. Pietraszek, K. Dundon, C. Brown, C Gainey, J. West, A. Clifford, B. Hannel ROW3: J. Fasciana, B. Chiodo, T Buchanan, J. Pawlak, L. Kelly, C. Sobczak, J. O'Connor, J. Doyle, S. Pirotta, M. Stahura, M. Kwapich, D. Scheff, C. Miller, R. Waite ROW 4: R. Bauer, R. Whappman, B. Zembrycki, P Kellner, D. Syta, R. Scheffler, M. Pawela, R. J. Will, B. Weibel, M. Mohorovic, T Noeller, C. Zoerb, T Russel, G. West, S. Morris, J. Tomczak, J. Loncher. J Stage Band fe 1, - M., ROW 1: D. Britton, D. Stejbach, S. Shelton, G. Lechowski, K. Weese, K. Baker, R Hartel. ROW 2: S. Kelleher, M. Eberhardt, 'If Rinn, J. Rivera, E. Fuller, W Sherry. ROW 3: E. Triado, R. Stroklosa, L. Vitello, J. Louise, W McConuey, L. Wild, N. Frank, B. Johnston, W Nash. , 5.w..zawWfw..,...,..m., The Stage Band put on very strong performances for school concerts as well as at the New York State School Music Competition and for area groups such as the Senior Meadows. This year s concert featured music performed by the Count Basic Band as well as contemporary Jazz-Rock charts. The 1986 Gateway Staff has spent countless hours putting together this years edition of Gateway. The year- book has taken on a new look as well as a new advisor, Miss Palmer. This year s yearbook wouldnt have been possible without the help of Mr. Cha- vel our photography advisor, Mrs. Kraft the Business Manager, and Miss Lyons, the typing advisor. 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