Moreau High School - Voyager Yearbook (Hayward, CA)
- Class of 1984
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year. Hnally, representing all of Moreau as 1983 Homecoming Queen is
A.S.B. Vice-President, Heidi Uhxson. Heidi was a Junior class Repre-
sentative and has been a cheerleader all four years. The 1983 Home-
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displaying football player in Spirit Week hall. l3l Juniors show enthusiasm in rally.
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OREAU SPIRIT, HIGHER THAN EVER
Entertainment was the theme for the
class of 1987 during Spirit Week. The
hall decorations included stars and large,
flashy signs indicating that you were in
Hollywood when you strolled through
Freshman hall. The Freshmen put up a
good fight but ended up fourth overall.
The Sophomores did a good job with
their hall decorations, which included tra-
pezes representing their theme of Sopho-
more Circus. The Sophomores tied with
the Freshmen for third place on game
day and third place over the freshmen in
the overall competion.
Juniors spiced things up by winning game
day and gave the Seniors a run for their
money. The theme of Junior Holidays
gave the Juniors quite a variety of dress-
up possibilities and certainly added many
different moods to their hall decorations.
The Juniors won dance attendance but
still came in second place behind the Sen-
Superfriends proved to be just that-super
for the class of 1984. The Seniors domi-
nated Spirit Week by winning skit, dress-
up, penny jugs, and hall competition. Su-
per Seniors win the Spirit Stick again!
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skit. l3l Mr. Ingram rocks the gym back to the 50's by playing "Why must I be a
teenager in love." l4l Gordon Furlong shows how difficult games can be. l5l Debbie
Soto is ready for the rainy season. l6l Sophomore flies with greatest of ease in hall
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Moreau's 1983 Fall Drama production was Harvey, a comedy by Mary Chase. Set in the 194O's, Harvey is centered around Elwood lf
Dowd, a man with a 6 foot plus invisible rabbit, Harvey, as a friend. Elwood lives with his sister, Veta Louise Simmons, and he
daughter, Myrtle Mae Simmons, both of whom would like to send him to the sanitarium to end their embarassment.
Veta goes over the Chumley's Rest, the local sanitarium, to have Elwood committed. There is a misunderstanding, however, and Vet
ends up committed instead. Everything gets more confusing from that point, but ends happily, with Elwood, Veta, Myrtle, and Harve
all going home to live peacefully, maybe.
Directed by Mrs. Catle Laufer and student director Mia Shandera, Harvey production began in October, and, after much har
work by both cast and crew, Harvey opened for the first of its five performances on December 2. There were only a few minc
problems, such as the opening night run-on appearance by "That Black Cat," demanding recognition for his first year at Moreau
After each performance, most of Harvey's cast and crew would go out together to relax and unwind. They would gather for parties a
homes of cast members, or go to public places such as Farrell's, making heads turn while still wearing stage make-up.
Enthusiasm for Harvey prompted Mrs. Laufer to form a Drama Club for those wanting to learn more about and get involved i
various aspects of theatre.
Just Hanging Around
Myrtle Mae Simmons . . , , . ,Kim Krupka pf,
Veta Loise Simmons . , , ,,., Kerri Smith
Elwood P. Dowd . ,.,.... Leonard Carty
Miss Johnson , , . , ,... Mary Cummings U A
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet , . , .Erika Baerwald
Ruth Kelly, R.N. . , ,.,., Tania Marker ,,
Duane Wilson . , . . , John Hatheway A' 'HF
Sanderson, M.D. Leonard Dandurand ' '
William R. Chumley, M.D. , , . . . ,Rick Vogel
Betty Chumley . .,,. Wendy Braga A
Judge Omar Gaffney , , . ,John Bliss i
E.J. Lofgren , . , John Weaver J i
December 4 Matinee
Miss Johnson . . . ,.,. Allison Smith
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet .... Mary Cummings
1. Veta tKerri Smith! tells Dr. Sauderson lLeonard Dan-
durandj about her brother Elwood.
2. Dr. Sanderson holds his head in desbelief after Nurse Kelly
Q'l'anla Markerl says something inconceivably stupid.
3. Nurse Kelly, Dr. Sanderson and Dr. Chumley Click Vogel,
prepare to commit Veta.
4. Dr. Chumley is reminded about a cocktail party by
his wife fWendy Bragaj.
5. Mrs. Chumley writes a note for Harvey from Elwood
6. As Judge Gaffney Uohn Bllssj and Myrtle Mae fKim
Krupkal listen, Veta tells of being treated as a psycopath
at Chumley's Rest.
7. Wilson Uohn Hathewayj and Dr. Sanderson'look on as
Elwood explains the seating arrangements at Charlie's
Place, where Dr. Chumley is currently having a drink with
11 During a Moreau half-time show, Greg Biela and
Mike McCrossen play a solo. 21 Showing-off her
clarinet playing is Helen Sheridan. 31 Despite being
plagued by the heat, Dori Tehada still manages to
play and march easily. 41 The brass line takes-off with
Beth Johnson at the rear. 51 The awesome Mariner
drum line takes-off on some notes, 61 Being a hot
drum line requires lots of practice. 71 The Mariner
color guard perfects some of its moves. 81 During a
two-day band camp, Joanne Vanden Broek and
Heidi Adrian learn some new moves. 91 The Mari-
ner band at practice shortly before performing at Cal
State Hayward. 101 Lisa May, Keith Van Wetter
and Paige D' Angelo await the beginning of the St.
Anne's Parade in Union City. lGlenn1
Band Goes Through Changes
This year has been a very difficult
year for the Mariner Band and
' Color Guard, partly because of the
change in directors and the loss of
many principal players. ln the
wake of Gary Gilroy, the former
director who helped develop the
band and guard into a respectable
musical group over the past four
years, newcomer Donald Moore
tried to hold the band in its tradi-
tional placing in the top four bands
in the state, but was finally re-
placed by the more successful
Daniel McCrossen, a graduate
I of the class of 1983, who was the
director for the last two weeks be-
fore the band's final competition
the Music Bowl.
Under the miracle-working of
Daniel McCrossen, drum major
Margaret Stevens, drum in-
structor Scott Johnson and col-
or guard instructor John Mor-
oney, the band and guard were
given solid leadership and instruc-
tion and managed to place eighth
out of 23 at the Clovis Band com-
petitions. Playing at a rainy and
muddy Music Bowl at Logan High
School in Union City, the band
made finals finishing ahead of sev-
eral bands that were formerly
placing ahead of the Mariners at
the beginning of the season. AI-
though credit is due to the instruc-
tors, much of the credit is due to
the members of the band and
guard, who despite all odds man-
aged to overcome the overwhelm-
ing obstacles that faced them at
the beginning of the season.
Other leaders include drum line
leader Mike Pangelinan, color
guard captain Annette Mergel
and Assistant director Patrick
ll At an overnight band camp, Johna Escobar makes sure
that Beth Johnson marches right, while Dori Tehada
stands at attention. 2l Much of the work put into this year's
field show was handled by assistant director Patrick Mes-
ter. 3l Chris Newcomb prepares to lead the color guard
through some moves. 4l Some Mariner band seniors pose
for a picture. 5l Bass drummers Shelley Johnson, Den-
ise Quintana, and -Craig Dunlap put in some practice. 6l
The Mariner band steps-off at the St. Anne's parade in
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Music Moves Indoors
The Symphonic band has also ex-
perienced a change in leadership.
Under the new leadership of direc-
tor Dale Wolford and returning
assistant director Patrick Mester,
a Winter Pops concert in February
and a Champagne concert in
March were held, featuring both
the symphonic band and the jazz
band. The band also attended nu-
merous C.lVl.E.A. festivals where
they were judged both in the areas
of concert performance and sight
reading. Selections played this
year included i'Selections from
E.T.," "The Music Man," and
"Grand Seranade for Woodwinds
and Percussion." KGlennl
Band Director: Dale Wolford
Assistant Band Director: Patrick
Student Conductor: Margaret
ll Some odd noise from the trumpet line
seems to have caught Johna Escobar's
attention. 2l The flutes prepare to play.
3l Director Dale Wolford prepares the
symphonic band for a musical warm-up.
4l Percussionists Lisa Quintana, Siob-
han Moroney, Mike Pangelinan and
Chris Martin count their rests. lGlennl
li Assistant director Patrick Mester
helps out on his horn. 2l John Bliss
takes-off on a solo during the Winter
Pops concert. 3D The trumpet line man-
ages to play well despite the early morn-
ing rehearsal. 4i The jazz band takes a
bow during the Winter Pops concert.
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This year, the Jazz Band has re-
mained largely the same. Under
the direction of Dale Wolford,
the group consists of twenty-one
musicians that meet everyday at
7:30 in the morning to rehearse.
The Jazz Band is mainly com-
posed of musicians drawn from
the larger symphonicfmarching
band and the color guard. Be-
sides performing at the various
concerts with the symphonic
band, the Jazz Band performed
as a pep band during the Girls'
Varsity Basketball Team's victo-
rious playoffs with Bishop
D'Dowd. The Jazz Band reper-
toire included "Matchpoint",
"Birdland", "Bad Burn in Po-
teau", "My Heart Belongs to
Me", and "Conquerors", a piece
composed by senior John Bliss.
The 1984 Jazz Ensemble:
Flutesg Rousalyn Partido, Ele Lo-
zares, Saxophonesg Sharon Vil-
larreal, Craig Dunlap, Helen
Sheridan, Marjorie Martin, Johna
Escobar, Trumpetsg John Bliss,
Tony Retodo, Ricky Valenzuela,
Carlos Soria, Beth Johnson,
Trombonesg Mike McCrossen,
George Watters, Tubag David
McCrossen, Pianog Mike Miu,
Terri Amouroux, String Bass:
Glenn Parado, Drurnsg Janine
ill David Villarreal sings at an all-
f2l Raymond Wong does his "Thrill-
f3l Mr. Schweickert-Starry leads
C41 The Freshmen get to know each
I5l Mr. Mikula demonstrates his ex-
pert karate moves.
"We want to present Christian
Unity as a life-changing relation-
ship with God. We hope to give
more than the academic side of
religion," says Campus Ministry
Director Wally Mikula. He be-
came director after Michael
leadership of the Christian Com-
munity Service Program.
Also involved were Juniors Da-
vid Villarreal and Denean
D'AngeIo, and Seniors Saul Ro-
driguez and Tracey Telles.
The team planned at least two or
three activities each month.
These included retreats, all-
school masses, the Thanksgiving
Food Drive, the Christmas Gift
Drive, and the weekly Mission
The Campus Ministry Team is al-
ready looking forward to next
year and new activities. These ac-
tivities include a "Break Away"
program and the new Theology
in Ministry class.
ill Judy Madge and Vanessa Crone sing along with the group.
f2l Saul Rodriguez and Denean D'Angelo make plans for a retreat.
l3l Saul Rodriguez and David Villarreal watch over the group.
l4l Mr. Schweickert-Starry talks with the Freshmen on their retreat.
l5l Roseann Sullivan and Cheri Bartholomew try to find the right
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The ASB under the new direction and guidance of
moderator, Ms. Virginia Saenz, designated
"Breaking Away" as their theme for this year. This
theme represented a goal in which the Council strived
to serve the student body by breaking away from
tradition and meeting new challenges and at the same
time, setting and maintaining a standard of excel-
i'Commitment is what turns dreams into realities."
And the Student Council which consisted of 47 offi-
cers worked together to achieve and succeed in the
planning and organizing of "behind the scenes activi-
ties," such as the annual book days and freshman
orientation program. ASB sponsored events included
Spirit Week, Christmas Ball, Powder Puff Football,
Blood Drives and other social activities. The Council
sought individuals who normally do not get involved
to participate in the activities.
The Leadership Class consisting of the ASB officers
and some class officers also had the opportunity to
meet and talk with the Principal, Bro. Joe, about
upcoming activities and school issues which con-
cerned the student body.
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Jana Heinlein, Barbara Tassielli, Susanne
Altermann, Andrea Varni, Mr. Bob Col-
lins, Moderator, Viveca Valeriano, Geral-
dine Kayas, Esperanza Licad, Arlene
Guerrero, Kathy Smith, Tish Scott, Mari-
na Sun Crow 2l Kathy Zapotoczny, Karen
Zamzow, Sharon Villareal, Janice Tso,
Julie Tsai, Estefania Licad, Laurie O'Con-
nell, Laura Pargett, Gretchen Wyman,
Angela Jackson, Elise Russo, Enny Hal-
kyer, Denise Quintana, Lisa Yee Crow 3l
Tony Rems, Leonard Carty, John
Hatheway, Orinda Schneitman, John
Bliss, Tony Retodo, Jim Gallagher, Phil
Saylor, Kris Vonderahe
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During the 1983-84 school year,
Moreau's chapter of the Califor-
nia Scholarship Federation had a
total membership of 197 stu-
dents, composed of 82 seniors,
55 juniors and 60 sophomores.
Once again, the CSF members
successfully spearheaded the tu-
toring program by contributing
their intellectual abilities and
time. The Chapter also spon-
sored two excellent field trips to
Stanford University and U.C.
The 1983-84 CSF Officers: Vice-Presi-
dent, Andrea Varni, Tutoring Co-
coordinator, Jana Heinlein, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Kathy Zapotoczny,
Tutoring Co-coordinator, Estefania Li-
cad, President, Barbara Tassielli
The 1983-84 Interact Officers:
Moderator, Dr. Mitchell Sill, Assis-
tant Sergeant of Arms, Steve Pin-
eda, Sergeant of Arms, Paul Hor-
mel, Vice-President, Michelle Rai-
mondi President, Beth Hormel, Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Lisa Yee.
The 1983-84 Interact Members:
Front, Mike Singer Middle Row
Kim Tetsall, Michelle Raimondi,
Beth Hormel, Lisa Yee, Joselyn
Yuson, Cecilia Udall Back row,
Kristine Markell, Brenda Cher-
mack, Kevin Staszkow, Steve
Pineda, Paul Hormel, Cathy
Chow, Stacey Hendrix, Dr.
'Service above selfn is Interact's
notto. Interact is a medium be-
ween a social club and a service
zlub. Although work is involved,
here is fun for all as well.
interact clubs all over the world
sponsor festivals, dances, cook-
Juts and other events to raise
noney for community projects.
Every Interact club plans at least
:wo projects each year - one to
serve the school or immediate
community and the other to ad-
vance international understand-
Each Interact Club is seIf-govern-
ing and self-supporting, though it
follows the by-laws of the interna-
tional Interact constitution. Each
club is sponsored by a rotary
club, which provides advisors and
works with others to whom the
club has obligations involving
school, organizations, and auth-
Any student can be a member of
the Moreau Interact Club. He or
she will be recognized as a mem-
ber once the 31.00 fee is paid
and at least SOWO attendance is
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ill Carrie Kowalski beams at the dinner table the final night
in D.C. l2l Amber Morelli is pleased to meet Congressman
Pete Stark. i3l The power of freedom of the speech on the
steps of the Capitol, l4l The beauty of Georgetown. l5l Con-
gressman Pete Stark gets his point across, l6l A big "Hi
y'all" from Louisiana.
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This year the Close-Up program
was moderated by Mr. Maxwell.
Though only a few attended,
those who did had a valuable ex-
perience meeting new and inter-
esting people and learning about
our government. From their arri-
val on January 29 to their depar-
ture on February 4, the students
were able to attend seminars and
workshops designed to help them
understand what goes on in our
nation's capital. Some topics in-
cluded a briefing on defense, in-
ternational relations, the judicia-
ry, and a campaign forum. Much
time was spent being shuttled
around on a bus going from semi-
nar to lunch and to another semi-
nar. On the last day, the students
were able to do what they would
like to do. They had six hours to
cram in as many sights as they
could. After all this free time,
they were treated with a final
banquet and a dance.
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Editor-in-chief: James Hoover
Assistant Editors: Robert Zielinski, Chris-
tine Davis, Allison Smith, Janice Tso,
Staff Writers: John Bliss, Aina Engalla,
Sharon Heffron, Angela Jackson, Pete
Lopez, Robert Nunes lThe Shadowi, Helen
Photographers: Cam Berlogar, Tim Silva
iFront Rowi: Ana Salgueiro, Christine Davis, Angela Jackson, Kerri
Smith, Jenny 0'Connor, Diane Teixeira, CSecond Rowi: Janice Tso,
Isabel Ford, Lynnette Cardwell, Allison Smith, Robert Nunes, Keith
Clayton, Pete Lopez, Linda Fereira, Marie Chikhani, Cristina Celotti,
Susan Dorrance, Mr. McEntee fmoderatori, lThird Rowi: Marlene Nei-
deffer, Stephanie Smith, John Bliss, John Stone, Tom Neuerburg,
lBack Rowi: James Hoover, Shannon Rodrigues, Robert Zielinski,
Quinn McArthur, John Nolting, Charles Pierce, Cam Berlogar, Robbie
Hendrie, Brian Fokes, Joe Davis, Robert Abele and Mike Klein
CD The Shadow, Robert Nunes, observes and
takes notes for his delightful column. 121 The
Explorer editors: Robert Zielinski, James
Hoover and Christine Davis
The -Explorer -
Mr. McEntee's Journalism
class ino returning staff mem-
bersi made up the 1984 Explor-
er staff. Six members of the
class shared editorial responsi-
This year, changes were made
in improving the physical ap-
pearance and the content of the
newspaper. The school paper
took the appearance of a com-
mercial newspaper. Editor-in-
chief James Hoover envi-
sioned the paper's purpose as
belonging to the whole school
and not as the staff's paper.
In its implementation of this
theme, the Explorer staff cov-
ered mostly school issues which
were of great interest to the stu-
dent body. In addition, the staff
encouraged the student body to
express their opinions by writ-
ing the Editor.
Another colorful aspect of the
paper was the return of The
Shadow with his fascinating in-
sights and impressions of the
of an unbounded universe.5 ve-
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Park Bench Philosophers
Park Bench Philosophers is a new,
interesting club which was founded
by Rick Vogel and Leonard
Dandurand to serve as an open fo-
rum for students' interests.
This club follows no conventional
rules except for an established
meeting day, time, and place
fWednesdays after school in Senior
Parkl. It is an easy club to join fjust
show up at a meeting and you're a
memberl. It is also very easy to
belong to, because there is no man-
datory attendance of meetings.
There are no elected officers due
to the club's motto that all club
members are created equal. An-
other unique feature of this club is
that the members do not disobey
the first law which states that all
french bread shall be cut with a
Mrs. Krisman, the moderator,
fully supported the clubls purpose
of bringing together students to
discuss topics of interest and at the
same time giving them the oppor-
tunity to speak and be heard.
ill The club's founder, Rick Vogel
121 The Park Bench Philosophers: fsit-
tingl Mrs. Krisman fmoderatorig ffirst
rowi Bill Stahl, Leonard Dandur-
and, Christina Pretto, Karl Swartz:
lsecond rowi Bill Deridder, Jay
Austin, Joselyn Yuson, Jay Ken-
singer, Joan Svetik, Bill Huston,
Rick Vogel and Barbara Tassielli
fnot picturedl 131 The club's co-
founder, Leonard Dandurand
Ill Working quickly on his yearbook lay-
out, Glen Parado tries to meet his dead-
line. C25 Chris Madsen focuses on taking
a clear photo. f3l Joselyn Yuson and .-
Joan Blancher flip through an old year- !
book for new ideas.
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"Yearbook is fun, but requires
many hours of hard work out-
side of school," explained staff
member Dominica Garcia.
With only one staff member re-
turning from last year, the Voy-
ager staff had many new things
to learn before even thinking
about what this year's book
would be like. It was also Mrs.
Suzanne Higgins first year as
the yearbook moderator. To
prepare herself for this big proj-
ect Mrs. Higgins attended a
yearbook workshop held at the
University of Santa Cruz for a
week over the summer.
Many changes took place with
in the yearbook class besides
having a new staff and advisor.
We also changed companies
and have once again decided to
have a spring book instead of
having to come back in Septem-
ber to pick up your yearbook.
Senior Viveca Valeriano de-
scribed the class this way,
"Yearbook is a good class with
much tedious work involved."
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111 Kathy Farnan reads over her copy
for mistakes. l2l Mrs. Higgins helps
Joan Blancher and Darla Barlow with
their yearbook layout. l3l Looking for
some pictures, Vlveca Valeriano sorts
through the clutter in the yearbook room.
l4l With ruler in hand, Tom Pratt is
ready to draw a layout. l5l Dominica
Garcia works on the yearbook display for
Meet Moreau Day. 161 Lisa Hansen and
Darla Barlow have some fun while
proof reading the copy sheet they are
going to turn in.
1. The French Club- lbackl Arlene Bie,
Esperanza Licad, Arlene Guerrero,
Danielle Flores, Suzanne DeHaven,
Joselyn Yuson, Maribel Dizong lfrontl
Mrs. Siegel, Kathy Ritzman, Judita
Nipay, Lisa Yee, Estefania Licad,
Dixie Roldan, Mary Cummings 2.
President: Estefania Licad 3. Vice-
President: Andrea Varni 4. Secretary:
Moreau is not just a site for lectures,
books and exams. The student activi-
ties program includes a variety of or-
ganizations. Among them are the
French Club and the Polynesian Club.
Each club has,its own unique style of
preserving culture and having fun.
Christmas carols sung in French
echoed down the halls of Parkmont
Convalescent Hospital in Fremont
one day in December. It was the
French Club. Along with the Polyne-
sian Club, they brought a little sun-
shine into the hearts of the elderly by
alternately singing in French and then
in English. Later in December, an ap-
preciation of the European culture
led the French Club to San Francis-
co's De Young Museum to view the
Vatican collection. Greetings of Aloha
lwelcomel and leis welcomed the
guests at the Polynesian Club's Fifth
Annual Luau. Brightly colored deco-
rations and Hawaiian ballads playing
in the background set a festive mood
for the evening. The cuisine and en-
tertainment were a combination of
Polynesian-Filipino culture. Ad-
vanced planning and hard work made
the evening a night to remember.
Some of the proceeds from the luau
were donated to the Community Re-
sources for Independent Living. One
club member summed up the event
by commenting, 'il did a lot of worry-
ing and moved a lot of tables. On top
of that, we ran out of food, and I think
all in all it was great!" As you can see,
each club has their own specific na-
tures, and both are fundamental to-
wards the introduction of new cul-
tures into students' lives. Wivecal
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1. lBackl Gilbert Criste, Mrs. Hansen, J.B. Yuson, Marie Guzman,
Ariel Mercado, Rick De Ala, Robert Tatad, Shonya Fernando,
Anthony Manaois, Mr. Maxwell, Raquel Balauro, non-member,
Cheryl Campos, Ron Cabusorag llviiddlel Philip Balauro, Joselyn
Yuson, Nellie Montero, Michelle Padilla, Cecilia Villanueva, Ju-
lie Demonteverde, Judita Nipay, Lucy Suson, Janet Evangelista,
Lynn Macalolooy, Diana Serquina, Jon Lolag lFrontl Mark Gordon,
Arlene Bie, Mell Dizon, Cori Baldoza, Dixie Roldan, Jeff Lola,
Geraldine Kayas and Viveca Valeriano 2, Ron Cabusora is caught
in the act of cooking. 3. The Polynesian Club Moderators and Officers-
lStandingl Mr. James Maxwell and Mrs. Joanne Hansen, lsittingl
Treasurer, Geraldine Kayasg Secretary, Dixie Roldan, President, Jeff
Lola, Vice-President, Viveca Valeriano: Sergeant-At-Arms, John Gor-
don 4. Part of the Island entertainment at the luau, J.B. Yuson "shakes
it" for the audience. 5. Greeting people with a smile, Robert Tatad and
Julie Demonteverde welcome guests with leis,
121 Stacy Collard, Sandy Mittlebuscher, Frau Harper,
and Greg Frates stand in a line-up. C31 Frau Harper gets ready for
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Spanish And German Clubs
Both of these clubs spent time
exploring different cultures. The
German Club attended cultural
events, including exhibits, restau-
rants, and various events in
Berkeley. Led by moderator
Frau Harper and President
Erin Stuart, Vice-President
Deborah Rosso, and Secretary-
Treasurer Hee Sook Yoo, they
explored various aspects of Ger-
man Culture in American society
The Spanish Club is comprised of
students who have taken interest
in the Spanish language and cul-
ture. Club activities included visit-
ing Mexican and Spanish restau-
rants and Spanish entertainment.
The officers are President,
Renae Rodrigues, Vice Presi-
dent, Victor Benavidez, Activi-
ties Commissioner, Scotia Ri-
venes, Treasurer, Sandy San-
chez, Secretary, Diane Teix-
eira, and Publicity Advisor, Mia
111 Mr. McClure observes the class. 122 Howard Hess and Victor
Benavldez pay close attention during class. Q31 Sharon Villarreal
shows off her book. l4J The Spanish Club. 151 Renae Rodrigues
conducts the class.
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The Chess Club meets on Wednes-
day of every week. Chess takes a
lot of patience. If you don't have
patience, you are always going to
lose. It is also very challenging.
The length of a chess match varies
in time. Mr. Breiger is the moder-
ator, the co-moderator is Mr.
Breeves. Mr. Breiger says about
the club, "I think itls great!"
The Computer Club, also known
as the Apple Masters are doing
great this year. They have over 30
games, which are played every Fri-
day. According to Allen Stein
berger, "The club is fun, but tt
school should get more disk drive
to compensate for the number 1
computers." The club also teachc
the students graphics and pri
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1. The Chess Club of 1984. 2. Mr. Breiger challenges Dino Gambina. 3.
Kenny Fong snickers at a bad move. 4. Leonard Carty visits the Computer
Club. 5. Anthony Spangler takes time out for a picture. 6. The Apple
Vlasters of 1984.
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1. Mark "Bubba" Johnson laughs be-
cause he's not at Moreau like his
2. Mike Schuyler puts on safety glasses
before working on an engine.
3. Steve Nahm wishes his car looked
4. Rodolfo Lagman, Don Flnkes, Dan
Benttencourt, Mike Schuyler, and
Ricky DeAnda take a break to smile
for our camera.
5. Ricky DeAnda works hard on an ens
ROC lRegional Occupational
Centerl offered a wide variety of
classes this year for people who
wanted an early start in planning
their future. Classes such as com-
puter programming, auto me-
chanics, upholstery, Cosmetolo-
gy, and many others.
Moreau students who took ROC
attended 3 classes at Moreau and
the rest of their time at the Re-
gional Occupational Center in
The ROC program offers classes
beyond textbooks. It offers the
opportunity to develop skills and
experience working with tools
and equipment often used in
everyday working situations.
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Villeral are working during join a
Sandra Mittlebuscher and Shar-
on Villareal pose for the camera.
The Silver Spurs, from left to right:
Dee Dee Lauler, Orinda
Schneitman, Diana Lile, Diane
Janssen, Jim Gallager, Sandra
Mittlebuscher, Sharon Villar-
eal, Christina Roberts.
A new addition to Moreauls student activi-
ties program the Silver Spurs, a collec-
tion of equestrian enthusiasts who hope to
share their love of riding.
The Moreau 1983-84 Bike Club
was moderated by Mr. Larry
Long, who is now in his sixth
teaching year at Moreau.
The Bike Club makes the trips to
places such as the Russian River,
Big Sur, and Lake Tahoe. About 5
to 15 students participate in each
ll Mrs. Long takes a short break on the
way to Lake Tahoe, 2l Jay Austin,
Chris Lowe, Joseph Schneitman, Mi-
chael Miu, Raymond Wong, Bob
Sandhu, and Ron Avisa take Hthe pause
that refreshes" in the wine country. 3l
Greg Gahagan, Scott Campbell,
Raymond Wong, Jay Austin, and
Renie Wong all seem to be saying,
"Let's get on with it." 4l Mr. and Mrs.
Long and friend are ready to peddle off
into the sunset. 5l Ron Avisa rests
against his bike.
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Moreau's first blood drive of the
1983-1984 school year occured
on Tuesday, October 4. A total of
159 students, parents, and faculty
members each donated a unit of
blood, which is to be used through-
out the community. At the end of
the school year, any unused units
will be given to Operation Relay,
which donates blood to needy con-
valescent homes and childrenis
A second blood drive was held on
Tuesday, March 6.
1. Annette Vait has just "given her
all." 2. Ramon Montemayor checks his
temperature. 3. Beth Hormel recovers.
4. Given the circumstances, Mr. Weiss
would rather be in Cleveland. 5, "Thank
goodness it's over!"
ll Dave Jupina, John Dutra, and Omar
Rodriques after a quick run at Squaw Valley.
21 Joan Blancher, Sharon Heffron, An-
gela Jackson, and Luisa Costa wait for a
chair lift. 3l Joan Blancher, Luisa Costa,
Chris Moore, Omar Rodriques, Mary
Galvin, and Oscar Pena, finally reach the
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Altogether the 1983-84 Moreau
Ski Club trips were very memora-
ble. The first trip was to Sierra Ski
Ranch. With blizzard conditions the
skiing was not at all enjoyable but
the bus ride back to Moreau made
up for it.
The second trip to Squaw Valley
was made during a sunny and clear
day with the unexpected occur-
ance of wind at the summit. It was
a perfect day for beginners to learn
and for advanced skiers to fall
down. The next trip was to Kirk-
wood which proved to be a perfect
day. The snow was a bit soft but
did not keep anyone from return-
ing with a full face sunburn.
There were ski trips planned for
April with the hope of fantastic
warm spring skiing. No matter
what the skiing conditions were,
the Moreau Ski Club made the
most of it and was not likely to
have a bad trip.
11 Quinn McArthur beats out the sound of there talent show.
21 Lead singer of the hot group Tensity, Jamie Clark. 31
Host and hostess, Mike Rice and Mary Macpherson an-
nounce the next act. 41 Lisa Santos shows us what she's got.
As the curious and unexpectmg
audience sat waiting before the
closed curtain the tension be
higher Dancers were practicing
their numbers the bands were
setting up their infinite amount
of equipment and the Flying Di-
luccios were limbering up to
perform their amazing feats of
skill and courage.
At last it began. The shows
host and hostess Mike Rice
and Mary Macpherson p
peared on the stage to intro
White Lighting This opening
band led the way for the excite
ment that was to follow Acts
like Running with the Night
with Shelly and Mia Digiulio
the Flying Dilluccios and
P.Y.T. with Laura Caeton
provided a fun filled night for
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hind the curtain grew higher and duce the first act, Moreau's own
, ' all
1. The Peppers: lbackl Cathy Chou,
Stacey Hendrix, Philip Balauro,
Kristine Martell, Brenda Cher-
mack, Sandy De Costa, and Janelle
Beckerg fmiddlel Laura Braun, Terri
Peyton, Lourdes Pasion, Debbie
Kearns, and Esperanza Licadg
ffrontl Estefania Licad, Geraldine
Kayas, Maribel Dizon, Samantha
Hinson, Arlene Bie, Lisa Yee, Vi-
veca Valeriano, Terri Galbreath,
Judita Nipay, and Arlene Guerrerog
fkneelingl Rosanna Malanum. 2.
The Moreau Pep Club's Sports Spot-
light board. 3. Viveca Valeriano and
Lisa Yee let the spirit of friendship
Catch The Feeling
Promoting overall school spirit is the
main function of the Block M Club
and the Pep Club. Each does it in
their own special way. Comprised of
varsity letter achievers, Block M
works to instill school spirit in athlet-
ics. Being athletes themselves, they
realize the importance of the fans'
support in competing in a game. Rais-
ing funds for the various sports and
inspiring teammates can make all the
difference in continuing the success of
school sports. An added attraction to
decorate Moreau's walls is the
"Sports Spotlight" board put togeth-
er by the Peppers. Plans for this
sports' Hall of Fame were begun by
last year's club. Sports coaches ap-
proved of the idea because of the
need for Moreau's fine athletes to be
recognized by the student body. After
a dozen coats of green paint and hard
work put in by this year's Peppers,
star athletes of 1983-84 were ready
to be honored for the year. Their
names in the Spotlight were just ex-
amples of what perseverance, prac-
tice and sportsmanship can do. Not
only do both organizations spreac
spirit to the Moreau community but
also to others outside of Moreau. Dur-
ing the Christmas season, the clubs
banded together and paid a visit to St.
Rose's Convalescent Hospital ir
Hayward. Lead by moderator, Mr
Don Morneau, the clubs sang carols
and brought gifts for the elderly, ex-
emplifying the true spirit of Christmas
by making someone's day a little
1. Larry Kevin provides his support for
the Moreau girls at the Omega Rally. 2.
Gordon Furlong and Dave Jupina
cheer on the Moreau cheergirls in compe-
tition. 3. The Block M Officers Cleft to
rightl John Curran, Michelle Szto,
Sue Mullan, and Kim Pesicka. 4. A
dedicated and allvaround guy, Mr. Don
Morneau looks over some club notes.
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The Block M Club lback rowl: Jane
Sweeney, Bob Canalas, John Cur-
ran, Dan Bowen, Scott Sizar, Pat
Downs lon topl, Mike Janes, Jeff Rei,
Rick De Anda, Joe Grasso, Rick
Vanderostyne, Mark Libby, and
Erica Hess lfront rowl Pua Santiago,
Lisa Puccini, Maria Canalas, Steph-
anie Mendoza, Jana Heinlein, Jenni-
fer Watson, Robin Clayton, Michelle
Szto, Sue Mullan, Marla Williams,
Donna Kaylor, Mr. Don Morneau.
Spirit squads work as hard as
any team in the school. Unlike
athletic teams, they have no
coaches to help drive them on.
Their function is to promote
school spirit, and they certainly
accomplish that, indeed.
The Varsity Cheergirls do not
just cheer on the teams during
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games, they spend after school
hours painting colorful support-
ive posters as well as practicing
their routines. The girls repre-
sented Moreau at various com-
petitions. For the second year in
a row the Cheergirls placed a
stunning first. By winning at
Omega, Moreau was chosen as
Regional Champions for North-
ern California. Because of their
tight schedules, the squads were
unable to represent the area in
Orlando, Florida. The girls did
journey to Los Angeles for the
Miss Drill Team International
Competition, and placed eighth.
Can't Be Beat!
1. At poster painting party, Varsity Cheer get ready for Omega
2. Sue and Chris clown it up at the painting party.
3. Moreau on the way to the top.
4. The 1983-84 Varsity Cheergirls.
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A lot of talent combined with awe- really hard and were very support-
some spirit. That pretty much ive of the Varsity squad," com-
sums up the perception of the mented Varsity songgirl Monica
1983-84 Freshman and JV cheer- Granados. Many of the cheer-
leaders. "Both squads worked leaders feel that cheerleading is
fun, but a lot of hard work. It is a
full time commitment, bringing out
a great sense of dedication. Their
future looks to be quite incredible.
Varsity songirls from left to right: Clariss Carbonel, Kim
Lyon, Darnell Tureaud, Gina Allen, Monica Grandados, S '
Shelly DiGuilio, Karen Wenzler, Cory Baldoza, and - S'
Stephanie Orozco. '
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1. "Wouldn't Gina look better green?"
2. i'We Feel good- Oh we feel so good-
Ughhh!!" Mike McDonald, Ron
Proto and Gordon Furlong, lead the
crowd in their favorite cheer at Omega.
3. The squad gets ready to show the
crowd what lVl.H,S. is made out of.
Smiling faces, a jazzy beat, and
well choreographed dance steps
characterize Moreau's Songirls.
They dance their way into the
hearts of the judges in the com-
petitions they entered, as well
as those of the student body.
A combination of good luck and
days of practice added to the
success of the girls at the Ome-
ga Rally. They received 3rd
place, and also with a combined
score with the cheerleaders,
were given the "Sweepstakes,
award. This meant that because
of their school spirit, songirl
score, and cheerleading score
they had the highest overall to-
tal. At the Miss Drill Team Inter-
national Competition, held in
Los Angeles, there were girls
from as far away as South Afri-
ca, Japan, and Australia. They
4. Peggy Lynch and Monica Granados announce Moreau High
School with pride.
5. Monica and Shelly sigh in relief as they finish a well done
6. During the excitement of Omega, Kim Lyen gives it her all.
performed flawlessly and
missed first place by only 3
According to Gina Allen,
"support from the athletes,
teachers, parents, and friends
gave us the extra spirit to per-
form well." The key to a shining
season was definitely the avid
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j2l Mark VanLoon decides who was in the wrong.
t3l The Juniors get ralled-up before the game.
141 The Senior cherrleaders do their routine ending in a pyramid.
Three weeks of practice with
bumps and bruises paid off for
the senior "Clash II". The game
ended with a score of 20-12. The
Silver and Black Junior Attack
played a good game but it wasn't
good enough to beat the seniors.
Touchdowns for the seniors were
made by Laura Milano, Sandy
Sanchez, and Jana Heinlein.
Touchdowns for the juniors were
made by Shanon Galloway and
Mary MacPherson. Both teams
Entertainment at half-time was
provided by the cheerleaders
with on-field water fights. The ju-
nior guys in their black shirts and
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seniors in red provided laughter
to the spectators.
The juniors, coached by Mr.
Crosthwaite, and the Seniors
coached by Mr. Serrao, will noi
have the chance to battle agair
but the juniors will be back tc
take on another class in anothei
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1. The junior cheerleaders show their support as they
do their routine for the school.
2. A few seniors made a sign to support their players.
3. Debbie Frischer hikes the ball to Peggy Lynch
during one of their after school practices.
4. Cathy Radecke, Elaine Clancey, Stephanie
Snyder, Lisa Puccini, Mr. Peabody, and Steph-
anie Mendoza are the crew that did all the sideline
5. The players line up and prepare to attack.
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December To Remember
The Christmas season is charac-
terized by cold weather, crowd-
ed shopping malls, light-hearted
feelings, and gatherings with
family and friends. The Moreau
community waited in anticipa-
tion for the beginning of Christ-
mas vacation. On the last day,
an all school mass reminded the
student body what Christmas
was really all about.
To celebrate the holiday sea-
son, many Moreau students at-
tended the Christmas Ball at the
Oakland Hyatt Hotel. Students,
from Freshmen to Seniors,
danced to music provided by a
D.J. from "the Quakefl
Christmas trees decked with
candy canes and mistletoe hung
in doorways set the mood for a
fun-filled evening. Romantic mu-
sic and friends enjoying each
others company were evidence
that it was going to be "A De-
cember to Remember."
C13 Peter Bluemle and Dana Hyde go out on the dance floor to show
their stuff. 121 Jim Santiago and Mia Shandera dance to the sound
of the Quake at the Christmas Ball. C35 Mike Rossi and Stephanie
Orozco watch their friends dance as they consider joining them. C49
Scott Ryan, Dixie Harrison and Jeff Feuerstein decide to sit this
one out. C55 Leonard Dandurand and Barbara Tassielli demon-
strate a unique pose that shows their character. C61 Joe Baalman and
Donna Kaylor enjoy each otheris company at the Christmas Ball. C75
Beth Hormel helps Quinn McArthur make last minute touch ups
before taking pictures. C85 Appreciating the atmosphere at the Christ-
mas Ball, Kim Lyen and Mark Libby sit this one out. C95 Taking a
break during a fast dance, Darla Barlow, Tony Camara, Chris Polk
and Heidi Paulo have their picture taken. 110, Mr. Serrao shows that
even teachers can boogie at a high school dance.
Barefoot In Th Park
"Barefoot in the Park" was the
theme of this year's Father-
Daughter Dance. With music
provided by "The Sound of Mu-
sic", girls and their dads could
dance to anything, including
polkas, countryfwestern, and
songs by Michael Jackson.
"lt was a good chance for girls
and their dads to have a good
time together," commented Ju-
nior Darla Barlow.
Lori Albright and her dad dance a
Andrea Krassa and her father take
a Pepsi break.
Father sweeps his daughter off her
MaryAnn Guesnon and her dad
clap to the beat.
Roseann Sullivan dances ubare-
foot" with her dad.
Cheryl Long and her dad sit this one out.
Elise Russo and her dad smile for the camera.
Michelle Bauhofer and her father dance to the "Sound of Mu-
Gretchen and Jennifer Wyman share their dad.
Cindy Robinson and her father share a quiet moment.
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enjoy an ice cream after their
lunch. l3l Freshmen girls relax at
the Freshmen Box Social. l4l Laina
Chikhani and Lisa Ashley visit
while eating their lunch. C55 Bob
Robello explains an assignment to
a fellow classmate.
Freshman Class Officers
QU Spirit Coordinators Darlene Teix-
eira and Laina Chikhani. l2l Secre-
tary-Treasurer Nikki Leavitt, Presi-
dent Tim Avila, and Vice-President
Mike Lyen. l3l Representatives
Monica Wuelfing, Percy Sales,
Amy Wixson, Eric Vizcaino, and
Class Moderator: Mr. Michael Steeb.
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and Jeanne Knoth wait expectantly for
their dates at the Freshman Box Social.
l2l Aina Engalla and Charlotte Chung
catch up on some last'minute homework
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Nellie Montero, Melissa
Ferrer, Patti Vasquez, and
Bridgette? flash their award'
2. Sarah Brodie and Dennis Me-
dieros take time to smile at the
camera after a good meal at the
Freshman Box Social.
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Cello, and Debbie Hirayama
take a rest after a night of danc-
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Karen D Souza
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Mike Lyen dances the night
away at the Welcome Dance.
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the news today.
Pat Crosset asks an unseen
friend, "Are you sure there's
nothing in there?"
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is going on in the corner.
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that they've got the look.
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secret admirer in the crowd.
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nis Burigsay share an elegant
dinner at the freshman box so-
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Moore decide who to dance
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Vandervort discuss the latest
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2. Vicki Herrera looks lost as she tries to find her way
Bill James boogies on down with
his tuba at band practice.
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Craig Staszkow smiles for the camera.
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rally. 2D Freshmen class turn their hall
into Hollywood Blvd. 3l Freshmen class
at rally. 45 Cesar DeSousa smiles at
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men spread the latest gossip.
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Week Rally. C23 Nicole Ormsby is
embarrassed to have her picture
taken during class. C35 Noele
Abella and Bob Zumwalt enjoy a
fast dance together. C43 Scott Ma-
chado takes it easy at a sophomore
retreat. C53 Dan Squires gives a
mean look because the photogra-
pher has interrupted his studies,
Sophomore Class Officers
ill President Brennan Harmuth,
Secretary-Treasurer Debbie Pager'
lin, and Vice-President Robert Ta-
tad. C2l Spirit Coordinators Christina
Pretto and Michelle Marasigan. C33
Representatives Erin Sullivan, Deb-
bie Soto, Nancy Ferreira, Kim Ro-
man, and Brenda Loggins.
Class Moderators: Br. Tony LaTorre
and Mrs. Linda Wolf.
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Eddie Fernandez, Darrin Vallone and Da
vid Marshall take time out from their lunch to
pose for a picture. l2l David McCrossen feels
sick after eating cafeteria food
Peter Consos Jr.
Ruth Laureta does some last minute
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2. Eric Hartmann does his version of "Flashdance" during P.E.
3. Erin Sullivan alias Little Bo Peep has just found one of her lost sheep. Wivecal
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2. Noelle Abela holds up the
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watch a Varsity football game.
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2. Cindy Arthur gets down Uohnl
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and Wally Placido start a new
dance craze, l2J Clarisse Carbonel
smiles while listening to the morn-
ing prayer. C37 Juniors show their
love for 1985 at a spirit week rally.
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serious shot during his morning
class. l5j Lisa Henry has had
enough lecture for one day.
Junior Class Officers
ill President Lisa Puccini, Secretary-
Treasurer Elaine Clancy, Vice Presi-
dent Stephanie Mendoza. C21 Spirit
Coordinators Mary MacPherson and
Scott Sheppard. C37 Representatives
Paul Hormel, Erin Willet, Judita
Nipay, Christine Aflague, and
Class Moderators: Ms. Sarah Simon-
ian and Mrs. Susan O'Neil.
lll David Borghi dreams about last nights
football game and wonders if the next game will
be as good. l2l Karen Wuelfing takes time to
practice for her future modeling career.
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2. Lisa Quintana stares into the distance
Janet Correia, Erica Borges,
and Rosemary Gipson laugh at
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as amusing as Judita Nipay does.
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De Leon are on the look-out for any danger-
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Uribe, previews a magazine. 2l
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bell to ring. 3l Perry Knowlton
and Ken Dunlap absorb some so-
lar rays. 4-l Ron Rebello is startled
at his grade. Sl Megan O'Neil is
overjoyed after winning her tennis
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Mike Salido and Glenn Bax-
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Karen Wuelfing takes a break
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Stephanie Orozco and date dance the night away
at the Christmas Ball,
Mike Mc Farlane alive and well after giving blood
at the Fall Blood Drive.
Mike Mc Donald is asked to spit out his chew
before taking pictures at the Welcome Dance.
Clarisse Carbonel poses on freedress.
Darnel Tureaud smiles in spite of the rain and cold
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picture. l2l Tracy Telles smiles
while doing an imitation at a sopho-
more retreet. 131 Larry Kevin is
concentrating on what his teacher is
saying because he knows he will be
tested on the material soon. l4l Sue
Mullan is excited because she has
no computer homework over the
weekend. l5l Viveca Valeriano
rests during her 7th period class so
that she will be energetic at the spir-
it week rally.
.. Senior Class Gfficers
Ill VicePresident Maggie Aguilar,
President Jill Pickard, Secretary-
Treasurer Mia Shandera. C2l Spirit
Coordinators Erin 0'Reilly and Gor-
don Furlong. l3l Representatives
Peggy Lynch, Verna Rodriguez,
Dana Hyde, Jenny O'Connor, not
pictured, Maria Canalas
Moderators: Mary Ann Udoutch and
Robert Abele Ursula Abella Kristina Adams Ridlard Adams
Heidi Adrian Eva Aguilar Cynthia Aiello Christine Alaniz
Lori Albright Gina Allen Susanne Altermann Becky Alvarez
Gloria Alvarez Marilee Asvitt Patricia Atayde Peter Avila
Ronald Avisa Robert Baker Philip Balauro Maria 33111028
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Victor Benavidez Frank Berlogar Olaf Besgen Arlene Bie
Greg Biela Kelly Bitz
Joan Blancher John Bliss
Paul Boothby Kelly Bosset
Olaf Besgen takes a break from band practice
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Dennis Burigsay Mark Cabusora Timothy Camacho Maria Canalas
Annette Vait and Tracey Telles pose for the
Lynnette Cardwell James Carrizo
Leonard Carty John Caviglia Anthony Celebrini Cristina Celotti
Laura Cheu Rodney Chew Marie Chikhani Keith Clayton
Robin Clayton Michael Cooper Catherine Cordeniz Anthony Corral
Luisa Costa Gilbert Cristg Eileen Crowley James Crowley
Deep in thought, Robert Zielinski tackles a tough
John Curran Rex Das
Christine Davis Joseph Davis Michael Dearborn Dante Deguara
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Patrick Downs Gerhard Drexel ll John Dutra
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Michael Griffiths Jan Grywczynski
Patricia Gudino Enny Halkyer
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James Hoover Beth Hormel Michael Hudgins
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Michael Janes Shelly Johnson Staci Johnston David Jupina
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Sean Kane Marlon Kasberg Geraldine Kayas Donna Kaylor
Donna Kaylor and Erin 0'Reilly take time off from
their strenuous studying to pose for the camera
Lawrence Kevin Michael Klein Joan Koslosky Carrie Kowalski
Georgette Kristof Gail Lacy Rodolfo Lagman Brian Land
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Peter Lopez Christopher Low Margaret Lynch Scott Lyons
Susan Maduell Rosanna Malanum James Malpede Kathleen MBICOS
Paul Martin Michael Martinez Quinn McArthur John McCarthy
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Carole McNeil Ricardo Medina Richard Melim
Lisa Meneses Yvette Mercado
Terry Leavitt listens to music while rearranging her
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Christine Noia John Nolting Robert Nunes Brian O'Boyle
Jennifer O'Connor Julie O'Connor Mary O'Connor Cathryn Oliver
Robert Olshaskie Eamon O'Malley Erin O'Reilly David Orozco
John Palazzotto Michael Pangelinan L20 Parado John Pal'iSi
Mike Klein proudly sports his Class of '84 cap.
Oscar Pena Peter Penso
Kimberly Pesicka Christine Peterson Jill Pickard Charles Pierce
Maureen Plevin Christopher Polk Peter Pomeroy
Ronald Proto Mark Puppo Geetha Rajan
Norma Ramirez Jeff Rei Anthony Retodo
Helen Ring Michelle Rios Jonathan Rita
Renae Rodrigues Shannon Rodrigues Susan Rodrigues
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Dixie Roldan Edward Rose Jennifer Rosentreter Robert Rotiski
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Peggy Lynch, Linda Fereria, Cristina Celotti
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Letltla Scott Melissa Serpanchy
Mia Shandera Lisa Shellcrosslee Lori Shouts Timothy Silva
Elena Silvestre Timothy Simmons Eric Sine Michael Singer
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Diane Teixeira Tracey Telles
Joan Svetik Michelle Szto
Christine Taylor Judith Teilh
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James Hoover contemplates a test question.
Patricia Valdivia Mark Vanloon
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Celeste Wenzler Jeffrey White
Gretchen Wyman takes over Honors English as Mr. Zegura attends to
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Jeffrey Wilson Heidi Wixson Gretchen Wyman
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lll Rich Pedersen grins as he comes up with a great
thesis for the research paper he is writing. l2l Smiling
for the camera, Kathy Farnan is relieved to know all
of her yearbook work is completed. l3l Terri Leavitt
an Tracy Telles pose for the camera during their
English class. l4l Displaying true friendship, Dana
Hyde and Jenny O'Connor smile for another rough
math class. l5l Using her time wisely, Lisa Hansen
studies the dictionary in an attempt to increase her
vocabulary. l6l Olaf Besgen shows his serious side
during band practice. l7l Enjoying a slow dance, Ma-
rina Sun and Brian O'Boyle make the most of the
Senior Box Social.
Surf's up in Santa Cruz and
so was the spirit of the Class
of 1984's Senior Favorites.
Despite the forecast for rain,
the untimely breakdown of
Chris Noia's car, and the
morning traffic, no one could
complain that a break from
school for a day wasn't just
what everyone needed. The
city of Santa Cruz developed
around the mission for which
it is named. Prior to receiving
its charter, Santa Cruz served
as an important port on Mon-
terey Bay, from which lumber
cut from the neighboring red-
wood forests was shipped.
Now, Santa Cruz is renowned
as a popular beach resort. lt
houses one of the few seaside
amusement parks left in the
world. Redwoods are pres
served on the University of
California, Santa Cruz, one of
the youngest campuses of the
U.C. system. The various
sites of the city provided
backdrops which matched
the qualities for which the
Senior Favorites were cho-
sen. U.C. Santa Cruz's Porter
College was chosen for one
of the photo sessions because
of the modern art decorating
its courtyard. West Cliff
Drive provided a scenic look
at the Pacific Ocean. The
sight of the rolling waves and
surfers fespecially for the
girlsl had the students literally
hanging out the windows.
The Cocoanut Grove during
its heyday was where popular
jazz artists of the 40s per-
formed. Downtown Santa
Cruz was the last stop before
heading for home. Lunch and
a quick stroll 'through the
shops ended the day. The
Senior Favorites represented
only a handful of the various
personalities of the class.
They were picked because of
their qualities which the class
admired. They are just like
everyone else when it comes
to being fun-lovin' and sun-
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Omar Rodrigues 8: Joan Blancher
Saul Rodrigues 81 Kim Pesicka
Viveca Valerlano manages to get Sunny Skies and rolling Waves
some Sleep- signify that "Surf's uplffr , "
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Mr. Edward Mclntosh
'LEschew Obfuscationn iStudies Office
"Curioser and curioserf' said Alice.
Bro. Joseph Connell
The Governing Board fSittingl: Mr. Sam
Avolocino, Rev. James Schex-
nayder, Sr. Anne Russell, O.P., Mrs.
Barbara Crosby, Mr. Douglas Uchi-
kura iStandingl: Rev. James Keeley,
Mr. Frank Cerruti, Mrs. Kaye
McCann, Bro. Joseph Connell,
C.S.C., Mr. Robert Miller, Rev.
Thomas McNally, C.S.C., lNot Pic-
turedl: Bro. Larry Sandstrom, C.S.C.,
and Mr. Richard Espicha, Chairman
People are unreasonable, illogical and
self-centered. Love them anyway.
If you do good, people will accuse you
of ulterior motives. Do good anyway.
If you are successful you win false
friends and true enemies, Succeed
The good you do today will be
forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway.
Honesty and frankness make you
vulnerable. Be honest and frank
People favor underdogs but follow only
top dogs. Fight for some underdogs
What you spend years building may be
destroyed overnight. Build anyway.
People really need help but may attack
you if you help them. Help people
Give the world the best you have and
you'll get kicked in the teeth.
Give the world the best you have
Mr. Petar Zegura
Assistant Principal, Dean of Men
"History is not kind to idlersf'
Mrs. Marian Taylor
Mrs. Maureen Barreiro
Assistant Principal, Dean of Women
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education is between 0V9f again r A I
the end of the pencil W0Uld-
and the paper. Write
Ms' Duane lngmtfl Director of Business
Director of Alumni Affairs
and Public Relations
concern is seeing that
curriculum stays on
course- a course of
excellence- to insure
students are well
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Director of Curriculum
Mr. Ray Braves
Director ot Physical
"Got grant me the
serenity to accept the
things I cannot
changeg the courage
to change the things I
can and the wisdom
to know the
Mrs. Kathy Joseph
Director of Athletics
"Athletics is the other Schweickerbstaw
half of education." Director of Campus
Mr. James Bowen
"There is no limit to
the amount of good
you can do if you
don't care who gets
"Let go and let God."
"A bit of fragrance
always clings to the
hand of the one who
gives you roses."
Mr. Peter Peabody
Director of Student
Barbara Glass Marek Breiger
Honors Junior English, Science Fiction Junior English, Sophomore English, Writing Workshop
' Steve Showers Suzanne Villarreal
Honors Sophomore English, Public Speaking, Biology Freshman Religion, Catholocism, Sophomore English
Science Fiction, Shakespeare, Junior English, Freshman
Study Skills, Freshman English
Journalism, Accelerated Reading, Freshman English
Junior English, Literature and Film, Twentieth Century Literature, Writing
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Mr. Glenn Watson
Art and Mechanical Drawing
Mrs. Cathleen Laufer
Soph. English and Drama
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Mr. Pat Master
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Reproduction Dept, Business Office
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Mike Salido returns to line after
gaining some yards on the last play.
Moreau stops Salesian for no gain and
prevents a touch down.
Coach Tim Walsh thinks intensly
about the next play.
Joe Devane fights off the opposing
team while Joe Jacques comes to
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tin the East Bay. We were, despite
the 5-5 record one of the top 5
teams in the County. By beating
Salesian in the last game we
proved our worth, and the Seniors
gained some much deserved re-
Among the heroes of the team,
Junior Mike Salido received the
most valuable player award. Sen-
ior Mike Trask was honored with
most improved. Most inspirational
was Senior John Curran. The
teams most valuable back was vot-
ed to be Junior Todd McGrew.
Senior Mark Vanloon was voted
the most valuable defensive play-
er. Most valuable defensive line-
man was Senior Joe Grassog and
Senior John Caviglia was most
valuable offensive lineman. Sen-
iors Eamon O'Malley, Mike
Trask and Paul Martin received
honor awards for keeping a high
GPA during the season. All-league
players were John Caviglia, Ea-
mon O'Malley, Mark Vanloon
and Mike Salido. All County
players were Mike Salido and
Eamon O'Malley. The All-East
Bay player was Mike Salido who
also received the Back of the Year
Chad Nightengale prepares for
Pat Downs concentrates on the
game and doesn't even move for
l3l Top Row: Eamon O'MaIley,
Mark Van Loon, Charlie
Pierce, Pat Downs, Joe De-
vane, Chad Nightengale, Joe
Jacquez, Jeff Lewis, Dave
Borghi. Second Row: John Cur-
ran, Eddie Vales, Dan Bowen,
Glenn Baxley, Harold Pickell,
Tim Williams, Nick Magadia,
Scott Sizar. Third Row: Will
McCormick, Mike Trask,
Todd Mcgrew, Dante Degura,
John Caviglia, Brian Land,
Myron Polivka. Fourth Row:
Mike Salido, Chris Manos,
Tom Odgers, Rick Vanderos-
I tyne, Tony Delgado, Jeff Rye,
Paul Martin, Casey Marino.
Fifth Row: Joe Grasso, Mike Re-
bello, John Garcia, Ron Galvin,
Ron Rebello, Troy Scarpetti,
John Alrich, Mark Libby. Peter
Bluemle lnot picturedl,
The Moreau J.V. football teamg llst
rowl Steve Hemplerg Scott Russo,
Tim Young, Fred Walsh, Pat Har-
rison, Pat Sullivan. l2nd rowl
Frank DeJesus, Jim Antonlni,
Robert Warren, Ken Chung, Erlc
Archuletta. l3rd rowl Coach Dug-
gan, Coach Sheets, Mike Rossi,
Joe Farrlsh, Jeff Feuerstein, John
Grubbs, lan Land, Martin West,
Coach Megulre. l4th rowl Dan
Squlers, James Clark, Rich Valle,
Scott Ryan, Hector Martinez, Jim
Redmond, Ken Hartman. l5th rowl
Dan Jones, Bob Wieland, Jeff
Marshall, Dennis Ault, Paul
Rizzo, Jim Rosette, Craig Rowe,
1, Coach Sheets is contemplating
2. Frank DeJesus prepares himself
for a big game.
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"Our productive football season
was based on wins, morals, and
attitude", according to Coach
Sheets. The J .V. Football team
ended the season with five wins
and five losses, and a three to
two league record. The team is
looking forward to an even bet-
ter year when they contribute to
the Moreau Varsity program in
the fall of next year.
Among those honored with spe-
cial awards were, Steve
Hempler, who received the
award for most valuable player.
John Grubbs was voted the
most improved player, and
there was a tie between Mike
Wenzler and Jim Antonini for
most valuable lineman.
Players like these represent
only a handful of the team.
Teamwork is really what makes
a game successful. "Coach
Walsh's program is really taking
root, '84 and '85 will be Moreau
years in CAL!" exclaimed
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John Looney and Jim Antonini dis-
play different opinions about the
Watch out for Dennis Ault, John
Armada, and Joe Farrish because
they're out for blood.
Coach Tim McGuire is trying to fi-
gure out what his team is up to!
Tim Downs waits patiently for the official's call.
Coach Serrao looks disgusted with the last play.
Jeff Chimienti prepares to return the ball for a big gain.
Pat Smith plans his next move.
The Frosh Football Team: 5th Row Chris Cermak, Bobby Robello, Tom
Dorsey, Darren Ravazza, Joaquin Baretto, Eric Medellin, Jim lvaldi,
Brent Bustos, Pat Smith, Scott Fraser, Cyril Udall, Tony Garcia, Tim
4th Row: Ken Peffer, Mike Lyen, Scott Jacques, Brock O'Harran, Paul
Espejo, Myron Tejada, Jim Berio, Dan Osanna, Hayme Lake, Trini Ojeda,
Bob Swartz, Jeff Chimienti QCaptainJ.
3rd Row: Bob Grubs, Bob Smith, Mike Garcia, Ceaser Desousa, Charlie
Garcia, Coach Jon Moser, Head Coach Rich Serrao, Coach Mike DiGuilio,
Steve Pineda, Don Shinn, Tim Downs, Chris Eccleston, Jamie Gonsalves.
2nd Row: Greg Dubney, Jason Aguirre, Tom Paynter, Greg Hanneman,
Matt Davis, Jim McCue, Pete Espinoza, Jeff Medinas, Darren Gomes,
Steve Martinez, Eric Lewis, Paul Zendejas.
lst Row: Steve Libby, Al Dileonardo, Chip Beggs, Brock McDaniel, Al
Mercy, Tony Pando, Don Aniano, Matt Fratus, Jeff Nooze, Butch Retodo.
A Championship Season!
The Frosh played exciting foot-
all this year on their way to the
AL championship. Led offen-
ively by Jeff Chimienti and
im Downs, the Mariners ran
y their opponents. The defen-
ive unit, led by Tim Slone and
at Smith, frustrated many
worthy offenses. The champion-
ship game was played in a rain-
storm where the spirit and unity
of the entire team manifested it-
self and lead the Frosh to the
title. I-lead coach, Richard Ser-
rao, congratulates the team for a
Frosh Football: 1983 CAL Champs
Moreau 2 7
Moreau 2 7
Sacred Heart 0
Encinal 1 4
De La Salle 6
St. Mary's 0
Paul Zendejas guards his Salesian oppo
nent like a glove.
Mia DiGiulio instructs fellow cheer
leaders on the next cheer.
Tim Downs goes for the gusto!
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1. Allen Olsen leads the pack in the
straight away. 2. The junior varsity girls
charge down the hill at Garin Park. 3. Deb-
bie Soto attacks the hill at a home meet. 4.
Joanne Cordova strides her way through
Garin Park. 5. Cross Country statsg
Heather Harmuth, Denise Hendersong
and Carole McNeil, pause long enough to
be photographed. 6. Departing seniors
Anna Soria, Mark Puppo, Teri Leavitt,
Jim Kearny, Donna Kaylor, Ernie Go-
mez, Dana Hyde, Andy Singson, Tim
Soto, Helen Ring, and Pat Sullivan pose
for a team picture. 7. Brian Henderson
after record breaking run at Garin Park.
1. Tom Pratt and Jeff Kearny race for
the finish. 2. Krista Rendon sleeps after a
long race. 3. Anna Soria smiles because the
results of her race were favorable. 4. Pat
Sullivan, Brian Henderson and Eric
Ackermann head for the finish line. 5, Dar-
ren Vallone stands after a race.
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Boys And Girls Cross Country
The 1983 Cross Country season
was one of the most successful in
the history of Moreau. The boys
varsity team finished second in the
Catholic Athletic League, first in
the C.A.L. meet, fourth in the
North Coast Sectionals and third
in the Meet of Champions. The
girls varsity team finished fourth in
the C.A.L. and tenth in the N.C.S.
The boys junior varsity, soph-frosh
and the girls junior varsity all fin-
ished second in the C.A.L.
All C.A.L. performers for boys
varsity were sophomore Scott
Machado who placed first, junior
Bob Canalas who finished sec-
ond, senior Mark Puppo who
placed fifth and sophomore Eric
Ackermann who finished ninth.
All C.A.L. for girls varsity were
Amber Hatter and sophomore
1. Row 1. Judy Halper, Michelle Raimondi. Row 2, Jane
Sweeney, Mary MacPherson, Megan McCormick and Ms.
Chrisman. Row 3. Gretchen Wyman, Lee Ann Goulart,
Mary McKeon and Elise Russo. 2. Concentration by Jane and
Megan is the key to Moreau's success. 3. Concentration pays off
as Mary MacPherson sighs with relief over a winning shot. 4.
Gretchen skies over O'Dowd to slam home a winner. 5. Voted
Most Inspirational, Lee Ann Goulart cheers on her team mates.
Hits And Misses
High spirits and vigorous play-
ing placed the young Mariner
Volleyball team third in the
Girls' Catholic Athletic League.
The expertise of the returning
players contributed to the
team's winning season. Al-
though the team suffered a loss
at the GCAL playoffs, they
knew that they had played a
great season. The Varsity team
was made up of two returning
seniors, Elise Russo and
Gretchen Wyman, four ju-
niors, and three sophomores.
Elise was named the Daily Re-
view's Prep of the Week. She
was voted to the CAL All
League Team. Gretchen was
TV Facts' Athlete of the Month.
She received Honorable Men-
tion for the CAL team and
made CAL Highls All Tourney
team. Both players were nomin-
ated Most Valuable Player by
their fellow teammates.
The Mariner Volleyball team,
represents a fine example of
dedication, friendship, and most
of all, teamwork. The team sym-
bolizes what Moreau Athletics
are really all about. QDomini-
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Cota, Capt. Courtney Meekma, Margaret Vega, Capt. Anita Corona, Dannette Louis Back row: Nanci Quionnes, Cathy Peacock
CD Just one of the few successful blocks.
f2l Nanci Quionnes spikes it. C31 Nanci
Qulonnes spikes it again! 147 Dannette
Louis pounds it past the other team. f5l
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too. l6l Monica Ulrich puts it over. f7l
The powerful serve of Dannette Louis.
They re so awesome lt s dlsgust
They were mcredlble
Those are a few much deserved
words sald about the J V Volley
ball team Once agam coached by
Ms Annemarie Cota They
were great It was a total sur
prxse She IS refermg to the
teams mcredlble season of 14
wms and no losses Our champs
rolled over teams from Carondolet
and Notre Dame The outlook for
next year s varslty team ns great as
many of the players are expected
to be on the team Perhaps we wnll
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Clancy, Stephanie Mendoza, Jill Pickard,
Stacey Pierce, Lisa Puccini, Maria Canalas,
Stephanie Snyder, Kathy Radecke, Theresa
Frietas, Cindy Elam, Stephanie Meneze, Ka-
ill Stephanie Meneze gets serious as she takes
careful aim toward the basket, C2l Stephanie
Mendoza takes down the net at the Coliseum after
an NCS victory over Northgate. 135 Elaine Clancy
concentrates as she prepares to shoot a free throw
in the CAL play off against O'Dowd. l4l Moreau
bench watches intently as the Mariners are victori-
ous over Northgate.
"Because of the great way the team got
along our season was very, very suc-
cessful," said junior Stephanie Mendo-
Part of the success that Stephanie is
talking about is the girls' undefeated
league record and their 30-2 overall re-
The varsity team set a goal at the begin-
ning of the season and that was to reach
the North Coast Section Play-offs. But
they did better than that - the team
won the NCS. An even more impressive
statistic is that the Varsity Girls also be-
came the first team in Moreau's history
to win an NCS title.
Though the team had a great year, and
worked well together they did suffer
one bitter disappointment. Senior Jill
Pickard was plagued by a knee injury
and was unable to play, but nonetheless
Jill attended all the games and was ex-
tremely supportive of her friends. She
was very much a part of the team.
Besides having an awesome league re-
cord the girls also had an undefeated
tournament record. The Mariners par-
ticipated in the Irvington Tournament,
the Granada and Foothill Tournaments
during Christmas vacation, and then the
ever impressive CAL finals. Last, but
definitely not least the team also went
on to win the North Coast Section.
Elaine Clancy summed up the season
this way, "We had a really great year,
and l think that our coach, Paul Phelps,
is the Coach of the Year."
lll Stephanie Snyder goes up for two
in the play-off game against Bishop
O'Dowd held at Cal State Hayward. l2l
Maria Canalas searches for a teammate
while being closely guarded by her oppo-
nent. 131 Coach Paul Phelps watches his
Mariners execute their offense with per-
fection. C43 Stephanie Meneze demon-
strates the correct way to play tough
zone defense as she stops her opponent
J.V. Girls' Basketball: Season Scores X
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Moreau 35 Newark ,
Moreau 29 Washington
Mrigeau 33 Logan
Mgieau 36 Foothill
Moggfeau 355 San Joaquin Mem. A
Mofeau 28 Amador
Moreau 38 Foothill
Moreau 54 Presentation
Moreau 34 Bishop O'Dowd
Moreau 42 Holy Names
Moreau 39 St. Elizabeth
Moreau 63 Presentation
Moreau 41 Bishop O'Dowd
Moreau 54 Holy Names
Moreau 46 St. Elizabeth
1. Speaking words of wisdom, the girls
listen to Coach Jon Radecke's helpful
tips. 2. Niko Cagaanan utilizes all her
efforts to block an opponent. 3. Amidst a
hushed crowd, Rachelle Jones
prpeares to shoot a free throw shot. 4.
Kim Cardoza prevents a St. Elizabeth
player from scoring. 5. A friend from the
audience compliments Vicki Herrera
and Lalna Chlkhani on their basketball
expertise. 6. Flanked on both sides by
opponents, Sue Gonsalves attempts to
score for Moreau.
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The sport of basketball is much
more than shooting a ball into
the basket. This sport requires
hours of practice and team-
work. Most of all, the sport has
to be enjoyed and loved by the
player. The J .V. Girls' Basket-
ball team has definitely shown
their love of the sport with an
excellent season marked by 18
wins and only 3 losses. Com-
prised of 5 sophomores and 8
freshman, the Mariner girls con-
tributed their basketball exper-
tise throughout the season.
Niko Cagaanan's personality
was honored by being voted as
Most Inspirational. Vicki Her-
rera's hard work and practice
was recognized as Most Im-
proved player. Christina Rob-
erts and Carolyn Ward's exhibi-
tion of their fine talents were
voted as Most Valuable players.
One team member summed up
the basketball experience by
commenting, "By belonging on
the team, I got to know the oth-
ers who enjoy basketball as
much as I do and worked with
them. This will always be an im-
portant part of my life."
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1, Michelle Tom utilizes some fancy
footwork while dribbling the ball. 2. The
team exhibits some basketball talent dur-
ing a game against St. Liz's Mustangs. 3.
The J.V. Girls' Basketball team: lbottoml
Michelle Schwenger, Susan Gon-
salves, Christina Roberts, Amanda
Geister, Michelle Tom and Lisa Rul-
balg ltopl Carolyn Ward, Rachelle
Jones, Niko Cagaanan, Coach Jon
Radecke, Kim Cardoza, and Vicki
Herrerag lnot picturedl Lisa Fuchslin
and Lalna Chikhani
ll The Mariners put-up a tough defensive
fight against their opponents. 2l The var-
sity team plans out their strategy to over-
come the opposing team. 3l Sitting be-
neath the cheerleaders' supportive ban-
ners, the crowd anxiously awaits for the
game to begin. 4l Shortly before the
game, Tim Williams puts in a few prac-
tice shots. 51 Overcome by the abun-
dance of talent, Mr. Acord looks on in
amazement. 61 While practicing a couple
of shots, Mark Puppo notices the num-
ber of flies in the gym.
Effort nd Sportsmanship!
The 1983-84 season has not been
1he best for the Boys' Varsity Bas-
ketball Team, but it did end-up with
Eome positive aspects. Although
he team worked hard, they finished
with more losses than wins. In terms
of effort and sportsmanship, the
ariners came out ahead. Says
oach Acord, "Although we were
not very successful as far as wins
and losses go, we were successful in
sticking together and continuing to
work hard throughout the season."
Among team stand-outs were John
McCarthy, who made All-League
Honorable Mention, and Larry Ke-
vin, who was voted Most Valuable
Player by his teammates. lGlenn1
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21 Captain- Larry Kevin 31 Joe Devane 41
Mark Puppo 51 Brian Lozano 61 John
McCarthy 71 Dennis Burigsay 81 Tim Hig-
gins 91 Darren Lewis 101 Saul Rodriguez
111 Casey Moreno 121 Greg Tom 131
Paul Martin 141 John Palozzato
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ill The Boys' J .V. Basketball Team: lback rowl Glen Bax-
ley, Greg Heffron, Tim Slone, Bob Zumwalt, Andy
Eberhard, Mike Hansen, lfront rowl Joe Ferrish, Hec-
tor Martinez, Steve Johnston, Tim Young, Carlos
Zertuche. f2l Going for two points Mike Hansen graceful-
ly drives up the middle for a lay up. C3l Winning the jump,
Tom Slone tips the ball to a teammate. l4l Playing tough
defense Andy Eberhard stops his opponent.
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It was a tough season for the J.V.
basketball team as they came into
league play with a record of 10-2.
They expected to be contenders
tor the league championship, but
unfortunately they suffered the
loss of a few key players to injuries
The Mariners did, however, chalk
up a number of wins in order to
claim first place of the Fremont
Christian Basketball Tournament.
As a reward for outstanding play
Bob Zumwalt was named the
MVP of the tournament and
Glenn Baxley and Greg Heffron
were both named to the all-tourna-
ment team. The J.V.'s also won
the concellation game of the Liver-
One of the highlights of the season
was the victory over De La Salle in
the last league game.
Being named the Most Valuable
Player was Bob Zumwalt. The
most inspirational player was Tim
Young, and voted the most im-
proved player was Eric "Skeet-
Coach Tony Dorado gives the team new instruction during a timeout. f2l
up before the big game, Joe Ferrish and Carlos Zertuche do some
exercises 131 Tim Slone concentrates while shooting a tree throw, 141
Hansen gets fouled while shooting for two.
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C11 Teammates Bob Robello and Steve
Libby look on as Eric Lewis knocks the ball
out of an opponent's hands. C21 The Mariner
1983-1984 Frosh Basketball team: lBack
row1 Jeff Chimientl, Eric Medellin, Bob
Robello, Darren Ravazza, Matt Lillie,
Robbie Brink. lFront row1 Craig Stasz-
kow, Eric Lewis, Paul Zindejas, Steve
Libby, Russ Wong, Brock O'Harran,
Hayme Lake. 131 Matt Lillie looks for the
open man. 141 Matt Lillie is tired after a
Entering high school is a scary and excit-
ing experience. Many of the freshman
boys were apprehensive about just join-
ing high school basketball. However, for
many of the freshman boys who made-up
Frosh basketball, it was a time to get to
know others. At first, the team members
played as individuals rather than for the
team as a whole. Eventually, they learned
that their own talents combined with
working together contributed to success
at many games. Coach Jeff Fingerut
was a very understanding person and
brought out only the best in the team.
The season came to a close with an
awards banquet night. The team was hap-
py because they had placed second in the
C.A.L. The team members were all
awarded with Most Valuable Player. This
reflected that team work is the key to
success in basketball.
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1 Robby Brink is ready for a free-throw.
2 Steve Libby concentrates on a difficult shot.
3 Coach Jeffrey Fingerut.
4 Coach Fingerut gives the players a few tips
5 The players await their presentation at a rally
As the level of talent and com-
petition in girl's soccer through-
out the East Bay has improved,
Moreau's team has kept up with
the pace. Behind four year Varsi-
ty team members Georgette
Kristof, Jana Heinlein, and
Patti Atayde, as well as excel-
lent playing from senior Verna
Rodriguez, Rosie Sampson,
and sophomore goalkeeper Jen-
nifer Watson, the Mariners
kept the soccer spirit at Moreau
The first girl's soccer high
school tournament in the East
Bay was held at Moreau, which
allowed the team to display their
individual and team talents dur-
ing two shootout wins against
California High and Carondelet
High in route to winning the first
place trophy. Peggy Spence
and Mary Beth Scott were
named to the All-Tournament list
which set the pace for their
team's leading scores during the
rest of Moreau's season.
Overall, the Mariners finished
17-2-1, losing to Carondelet 1-O
in the last match of the season
which prevented them from ad-
vancing to the North Coast Sec-
1. Lisa Dietrich fights to keep the ball.
2. A few team members take a break
while preparing for the rest of the
3. Verna Rodriguez prepares for a
game saving kick.
4. Scotia Rivenes watches the ball
carefully to make sure it stays away
from the other teams goal.
Jana Heinlein goes towards the goal
as goalkeeper Jennifer Watson
comes to assist.
Jana Heinlein looks for an opening
to make a possible goal.
Anna Atayde is displeased with the
Scotia Rivenes fights with another
player to keep the ball.
Rosle Sampson jumps for the ball to
pass it to her team.
TOP: Coach Mark Rich, Peggy
Spence, Scotia Rlvenes, Mary-
Beth Scott, Verna Rodriguez,
Georgette Kristof, Jennifer Wat-
son, Lisa Dietrich, Jana Heinlein,
Cyndi Hawkes, Zaira Wagner,
Coach Sandra Klester. BOTTOM:
Anna Atayde, Susan Soren-
berger, Susan Flores, Cami Hart,
Pua Santiago, Patti Atayde,
Sandy Sanchez, Rosle Sampson,
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Harold Pickell as he dribbles down-
field. C2l Mike Warner isn't too happy
with the final score. f3l Coach Clark
Bales gives the team a pep talk before the
game. Q41 Mike Janes wonders if the
offense will ever get close to his goal. l5l
Joe Jacques shows off his expert ball-
handling. l6l Craig Woody, Jan
Grywczynsky, Harold Pickell, Paul
Hempel and the coach walk off the field
after a victory.
The Varsity team was predicted to be
iumber one in the Catholic Athletic
eague, but were disappointed in a
qeartbreaker when they tied in regu-
ation time but fell 2-1 in penalty kicks
against De La Salle.
The season was mainly transitional
or the team, getting used to new
:oach Clark Bales. Behind one of
he best scorers in the Catholic Athle-
ic League, senior Kevin Talan, and
the tough defense of Gordon Fur-
long, Joe Jacques, Jan Grywc-
zynski, and Craig Woody, the team
finished with a record of 16-4-2.
The Junior Varsity team, led by
Coach Joel McCrea, was successful
in winning their league. Their Most
Valuable Player was Robbie Ham,
Most Improved was John Hawkes,
and Kevin Ford was named Most
lll Three unidentified fans watch the
Mariners at work. i2l The Junior Varsity
team-lback rowi Rob Ham, David King,
Ben Wilson, Glenn Furlong, Kevin Ford,
Scott Campbell, Sean Nunan, Coach Joel
IVlcCrea. lfront rowl John Hawkes, Danny
Osanna, Brennan O'Neil, Scott Ryan, Jim
lvaldi, Scott Jacques, Mike Maddock. C32
Coach Joel McCrea watches with enthusi-
ll Mr. Morneau smiles after a tee shot.
21 Paul Delucci and Tim Downs wait to tee off.
31 Paul Delucchi, Mr. Momeau, and Tim Downs
do what they do best for the camera.
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2. Mr. Momeau and Paul Delucchi are warming up before a
few holes of golf.
3. Tim Downs practices his swing before tackling the course
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Expectations for the 84 golf sea-
son were tantalizing. A blend of
seasoned veterans, 2 seniors, 3
juniors, 3 sophomore returnees
and 5 fresh eager newcomers
reported for opening workouts.
Senior Dave Jupina was se-
lected as captain for the 84 sea-
son. The Mariners were hoping
to improve on their 16 and 4
1983 season. That included a
10 and 4 C.A.L. record and a
2nd place finish behind power-
ful S.T. Pats. Joining captain
Dave Jupina were senior
Ryan Lima, juniors Steve Sel-
lards, who was 83 C.A.L.
champ and he also qualified for
N.C.S., and also juniors Dave
Baptist, Rich Graw, sopho-
mores Bill Aliski, Dave
Kim, Dave Marshall, and
newcomers Paul Delucchi,
Tim Downs, Bobby Smith,
Phil Saylor, and Louie Kesth-
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1. The Moreau Girls Tennis Team. 2.
Kathy Smith laughs at the thought of
losing. 3. Vicki Breeves shows off her
forehand. 4. Annette Vait laughs in dis-
gust at the judges call. 5. The Moreau
Boy's Tennis Team.
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All's Fair In Love And Aces T
l Tennis anyone? The Mariner
Girls' Tennis Team challenged
many schools in the CAL with
that question They played a fan-
tastic season, too. The season
was highly competitive and stren-
uous but basically full of fun.
Working hard at the sport and
enjoying it was a combination
that catapulted the girls from a
last place finish a year ago to
stunning second this year. Ac-
cording to Enny Halkyer, "A
part of our motivation to get on
the tennis courts and practice,
was the opportunity to check out
the Chabot soccer players and
baseball players." The practice
evidently paid off.
A banquet and awards night
wrapped up the season. Marina
Sun garnered the Coach's Award
as well as Most Inspirational
and Co-Most Valuable Player.
The Most Valuable Player award
was shared by Annette Vait.
Kathy Smith was chosen as
Varsity Most Improved Player.
Pam Molina was chasen as Ju-
nior Varsity Most Improved Play-
er. The team members will re-
member their year in tennis not
only because of the success and
even the agonly of defeat but
also the family-like feeling of be-
ing part of the team.
Rejoining the year's athletic cur-
riculum was Boys' Tennis. Mak-
ing a swashbuckling debut, the
team was determined to be rec-
ognized by the community. The
revival of boys' tennis was made
possible through dedicated and
interested parents and eager ten-
nis athletes. One fund raiser was
a car wash held by the team
members. The hard work in-
volved to get the team going al-
lowed them to have better facili-
ties. During the season, the ath-
letes could be found practicing at
the Fremont Tennis Center two
hours everyday after school
when not playing in matches. The
results of the games played by
the team reflect their dedication
to the sport. While working with
the players, Coach Nancy
Geenan also worked on her tan.
The coach recommends, "It's a
great way to work on your sun-
tanll' The team's success is due
not only to practice but also to
the individuals who make up the
team. According to doubles'
player David Tien, "There's
not just one or two good players
but a lot of deeply talented play-
ers on our team." Although
many of the members did not
know each other at first, they did
have one common interest-the'
love of tennis. This in itself was
enough to go against all odds and
bring boys' tennis back to Mo-
1. Kathy Smith returns an opponents shot with a pros touch. 2. Marina Sun gets ready for the serve! 3. Enny Halkyer slams it
over the net.
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Dino Gamblna looks like he's unsure
about whether or not to bowl.
Mr. Showers Greek God?
Phil Balavro shows us the only way
he knows how to bowl.
Tom Lombard prepares himself for
a powerful strike.
Gilbert Criste looks like l'l2,S used to
the camera's and spotlights.
Tom Lombard looks intimidated by
Ed Rose's bowling.
year's bowling club ventured out
to Holiday Bowl in Hayward ev
ery Thursday for two hours of
bowling and recreation. The
bowling club went beyond a mere
two hours of throwing a ball
down a lane. They had a chance
to meet and compete with new
Headed by Mr. Showers, this
The bowling club was an outlet
for students to break away from
the daily routine of school As
Tom Lombard put it it gave
us a chance to have a good time
and not worry about what went
on in school that day." A good
time was shared by everyone.
1. The bowling world is shocked by Doug Osanna's style. 2. Gilbert Criste shows off his form. 3. Robert Menoz shows the
bowlers what it should look like. 4. Gilbert Menoz laughs because he knows he can't be beat. 5. Chris Schusske concentrates on
Shaving the hair off their heads
began as a joke for some of the
iwrestlers at Moreau. In one sense
this act symbolized their unity. The
shorn hair, however, was not the
only thing that brought them to
the attention of the community.
lVloreau's wrestling team was suc-
cessful again this year. The team
was made up of some excellent
wrestlers. Most Valuable Player
Mike Martinez was the first in
Moreau's history to go to the State
Tournament and placed 12. Most
Valuable J.V. player was Jaime
Gonzales. Most Valuable Fresh-
man was Anthony Rojo. Most'
Improved was Joe Baalman.
Most Improved J.V. Player was
Bobby Rios. Don Finkes was
nominated as Most Inspirational.
Dan O'Connor was nominated as
Most Inspirational J.V. player.
"The Mariners' success in all tour-
naments for the fifth year in a row
is attributed to the consistently
good program and the back up
support," according to Coach
1. Row 1, Nestor Anadaya, Roy Palatino, Joa-
quine Barreto, Myron Tejada, Ed Smith, Tony
Garcia. Row 2. Paul Espejo, Jamie Gonsalves,
Butch Retodo, Charlie Bettencourt, George
Brumm. Row 3. Ben Castillo, Jimmy Martines,
2. The Mariner Mat Stats.
3. Scott Sizar looks over his victim before the next
4. Rich Navarro positions himself for the next move,
5. Rick goes for the take down.
6. Anthony Delgado goes all out to pin his man.
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and Krista Rendon run to keep fit. 21
Michelle Szto concentrates intensely as
she begins hurdle jump. 31 Brenda Log-
gins gets ready to throw the discus. 41
Sue Mullan jumps successfully over the
hurdle. 51 Brenda and Annie Loggins
and Donna Kaylor watch as Jennifer
Watson practices her throw. 61 Camille
Anderson, Donna Kaylor and Cathy
Desa are happy to finish the day's wor-
kout. 71 Coach Chris Krisman smiles as
she watches the team practice. 81 Beth
Guesnon passes the baton to Michelle
Szto in relay.
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The Girls' Track Team has been
close to winning the League
Championship for three years
now. Nineteen eighty-four seems
to be the year that the team hoped
to achieve that goal. As Coach
Chris Krisman claimed, "The
team is young, but has leaders in
several events to provide the
strength and direction for the rest
of the team."
Seniors Michelle Szto and Sue
Mullan returned for their fourth
year in the hurdles and mile relay
and both hoped to make it all the
way to State Meet. Juniors Ca-
mille Anderson and Aileen
Chanco returned in the sprints. A
talented Sophomore group was
led by Joanne Cordova in the
jumps and 400, and Krista Ren-
don in the 1600-3200. But per-
haps, the strength of the team lay
in the throws with Senior Donna
Kaylor, Sophomores Jennifer
Watson, Brenda Loggins and
Erica Hess, and Freshman An-
The team anticipated a fine sea-
son't performance by hopefully
leading the South County in sever-
al events and by sending several
athletes to the Meet of Champi-
The 1984 Girls' Track Team lfront rowl:
Petrina Angelides, Aileen Chanco,
Ann Montemayer, Mary Anne Gues-
non, Beth Guesnon, Rachel Piper,
Andy Botsford lsecond rowl: Sheila
Arce, Heather Harmuth, Paula Ber-
nardo, Darlene Fernandez, Rita
Avisa, Annie Loggins, Donna Kay-
lor, Karen Guesnon, Dixie Harrison,
Coach Krisman lthird rowl: Cami Hart,
Michele Szto, Lori Hollingworth,
Joanne Cordova, Brenda Loggins,
Jane Sweeney, Cindy Elam, Desi Me-
deiros. lfourth rowl: Saundra Kerster
lAssistant Coach,l Kathleen Allesan-
dra, Liz Sollitt, Christine Villaluz,
Kathy Vega, Krista Rendon, Erica
Hess, Kelly Homas, Lisa Deitrich,
Erica Shu, Jennifer Watson, Cathy
Desa, Molly Woelffer, Camille An-
derson, Carole McNeil flvlanagerl
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largest in years. The team prom-
ises to be one ofthe best teams in
the South County and the N.C.S.
2.A. There are many outstanding
individuals on this year's varsity
team. Some of these top per-
formers are: Mark Puppo, Bob
Canales, Scott Machado, ldis-
tancel Mike Salido, Jeff Chi-
mienti, Dan Osanna, and
Chad Nightingale, lsprintersl
Antonio Delgado, lpole vaultl
Dan Squires, Howard Hess,
and Dan O'Connor, lvveightsl
gale, and Bill Lavine ljumpi.
The soph-frosh team looked very
strong. The young talented team
promises to be a strong varsity
team in the future.
Brennan Harmuth jumps out of the blocks for the first
leg of the 400 meter relay.
Ricky Deanda pushes for the finish line.
Scott Machado talks with Bill Lavine about his last long
Mike Souza strides to victory for the JV relay team.
Jeff Chimienti, Mike Rossi, and Brennan Harmuth
congratulate themselves on a fine race.
ill Karen Freitas gets ready to release
the ball. l2l Yes, Shannon it really is
caffeine free. f3l Michelle Tom makes
her way off the bus to the next game. 141
Kathy Leonesio cannot believe the call.
l5l A vital part of the team is its manager,
Cathy Cordenlz. t6l The most dedi-
cated Mariner fan, Grandpa Freitas, at-
tends every game. l7l Varsity coach
Mrs. Sue Galloway, takes her eyes off
the team just for a second. l8l Ace pitch-
er, Karen Freltas, takes a breather. l9l
Michelle Schwenger awaits the next
The 1983-84 season for Mor-
eau's Varsity Softball team got
off to a successful start.
The team lost a heartbreaker ex-
tra inning league game to St. Vin-
cent's, who was their greatest
competition. With only a few
games played, the team's expec-
tations were high. The Mariners
planned to qualify for the NCS
playoffs. They were the second
best team in the area based upon
their pre-season record.
There were seven returning play-
ers with three freshmen on Varsi-
ty. There was an all Seniors out-
field: Kim Pesicka, a four year
playerg Kathy Leonesio, who
also catchesg Kelly Bossetg and
"Utility Sam" Hinson.
Though the Seniors will be leav-
ing, the remaining players will be Q
solid and ready for next year.
The 1984 Varsity Softball Team. Front Row: Michelle Schwenger and Kelly
Bosset. Row 2 CL-Rl: Stephanie Mendoza, Dagney Haman, Puanani Santiago,
Shannon Galloway and Cathy Cordeniz. Row 3 IL-Rl: Kathy Leonsio, Mau-
:-aen Kayton, Shannon O'Neil, Karen Freitas, Kim Pesicka and Samantha
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watch out! Here come Bowen Ball!
After the departure of former Coach
Barry Weiss, the Mariners were un-
der the direction of Coach Jim
Bowen. With the dynamic coaching of
Jim Bowen, the 1984 Varsity Base-
ball Team showed great promise for
the 1984 season. Coach Jim Bowen
hoped to develop the team to their
fullest potential. There was an abun-
dance of talent and good sportsman-
ship displayed by the team, which
proved to be a great asset. Coach
Bowen exclaims, "All of the members
deserve applause. They had great
heart and gave more than anyone
could have expected them to give,"
This year's goal was to take the team
into the top two spots in the C.A.L.
The coaching staff for the 1984 sea-
son included Mr. Richard Dutra, Mr.
Robert Kossick, and Mr. Jim
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Team. Back Row: Coach Richard
Dutra, Brian Land, Mike Trask,
Dan Bowen, Joe Jacques, Joe De-
vane, Joe Davis, Dave Borghi,
Darren Lewis, Tim Simmons,
Head Coach Jim Bowen, Coach
Robert Kossick. Front Row: Mark
Hirayama, Ron Rebello, Mike Re-
bello, Doug Marshall, Fernando
Cuebas, Brian Glasky, Saul Rodri-
guez, Paul Hempel, Glenn Baxley.
2l "Working with this team has been a
real pleasure," exclaims Coach
Bowen of the Varsity team. 31 The
1984 Mariner Baseball Staff:
Coach Richard Dutra, Head
Coach Jim Bowen, Coach Robert
Kosslck. 4l Paul Hempel loosens up
before a game.
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Bob Robella walks toward third base.
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April love, green trees, flowers,
and . . . the All-American sport of
baseball. Comprised of very ener-
getic players, the 1983-1984 J.V.
Boys' Baseball team had an over-
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The 1984 Mariner Swim
Team, in their second year under
coach Rich Serrao, was looking
forward to a great season of
C.A.L. competition. Swimming
well for the Mariners this year
were Joe Baalman, Patti
Goldhammer, Mike Dear-
born, Kathy Radecke, and
Mike Klein. There were about
40 swimmers on both Varsity and
Junior Varsity teams, Moreau's
highest total ever.
Varsity Swimmers in the above
team picture are: From left to
right the front row: Kathy Ra-
decke, Patti Goldhammer,
Mary McKeon, Noelle Abela,
Nicole Ormsby, Maureen
Grgurina, Bridgit Lydon, Lisa
row 2: JB Brantome, Mike
Dearborn, Bill Ruby, Mike
Mckeon, Tom Paynter, Alan
Harter, Andre Bratome.
row 3: Ian Land, Jim Red-
mond, Scott Russo, John Ul-
rich, Joe Baalman, Mark Lib-
Back row: Eric Hewell, Will
McCormick, Rob Fratus,
Mike Klein, Chris Manos,
Vince Rodrigues, Coach Rich
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21 Mike Mckeon smiles as he comes in from a hard days
3i Moreau Mariner swimmer backstrokes her way to victory.
41 The Moreau Mariner Junior Varsity swimming team.
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The yearbook staff has been watchingfthe Moreau com-
munity since September and hopes that they have cap-
tured gawithlnggthe covers! of this bookyalli of the special
moments that Q have taken place throughout this school
For the class of 1984 thisends their trek through Moreau.
We have been "Watching You", classof '84, grow from
timidrskeptical, scared freshmen lwhoovercame the tra-
ditional senior sales pitch for elevator passes, pool
passes and lightbulbs for your lockersl to confident and
Watching You as freshmen we remember the fun of the
Freshmen Family Barbeque and the excitement of gettmg
better acquainted wlth your classmates at the Freshmen
Watching You become sophomores we remember the
fun of the Soph Hop the honor of not coming in last m the
Sprit Week competition and the privilege of finally be
Watching You rise to the occassion of being upperclass
men was interesting as you were shocked by the require
ment of serving 40 hours to your community Then there
was the awesome Jr Clash powder puff team You were
the first juniors in Moreau s history to ever claim a victory
over the semor team Junior Hospital was the theme for
Spnrit Week Of course we couldn t forget the romantic
night of the Jr Prom held at the Rheem Theatre in Mor
aga Setting the mood for that special night was the
theme of We ve Got Tonight
Watching You rule the school as seniors there are many
tone for a big win during Spirit Week We couldn't forget
the Powder Puff game when Clash ll struck again Finally
there was the excitement of the Sr Ball the anticipatnon
of the Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation and the thrill
of attending Grad Nate
Though the class of 84 s years at Moreau are ending there
will always be a friend Watchmg You
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