Neptune High School - Trident Yearbook (Neptune, NJ)
- Class of 1986
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The Group That
Put It ll Together
A Put a warm muggy night, a 6-foot sub and 10 creative minds
together and you get "Life is a Great Adventure!" That first meeting
of the 1985-86 yearbook staff opened the door to an exciting new
yearbook. First, the staff spent a day at Great Adventure deciding
how to incorporate the park into the yearbook. They decided to let
different rides represent each divider page. The work that followed
wasn't always as easy or fun-filled. With a staff of 20, there was
plenty for everyone to do. Each deadline had to be met on time and
all spent many sleepless nights fixing up small details. The end
result of all of the work and effort put forth by the staff is in your
hands. With its innovative additions and changes, we hope it will
provide hours of pleasant reminiscing. '
Above: The 1985-86 yearbook staff. Top right: Editor Chris
Harris sizes up Editor Tracy Abrams. Middle right: Photo
Editor Debbie Jernee, Layout Editor john Rosasco and Copy
Editor Joanna johnson saddle up for a brand new year. Bot
tom right: Some members of the Yearbook Staff make the
most of a meeting at Mrs. Peluso's. Right: The Yearbook
Staffs bright-eyed and bushy-tailed Advisor, Mrs. Peluso
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book. Far left: Chris Harris takes a BIC chance for
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Taking The Wheel
As anyone who's ever tried to get to homeroom on time after
getting up at 7:15 can tell you-having a car to get to school is a
must! Driving to school is a vital aspect of student life4without
it, lots of students would find themselves "stranded" at 7:35.
Student cars can be classified into three categories-owned,
"preowned" and just plain borrowed.
There are those lucky few who are fortunate enough to own
new cars whether they bought them or received them as gifts.
These students can usually be seen with a carload of their
friends that they "volunteered" to take home!
Then there are those who affectionately regard their cars as
"treasures." Clearly in the preowned category, these vehicles
often have doors and fenders falling off Kwhile in transitlj, and
paints in two or 'three colors which are used to hide the rust
Family cars are popular among our third group of drivers.
Students who drive them are usually meticulous about the tini-
est manuevers with the vehicle, making them easy to spot,
especially while they're parallel parking.
Below: 3rd prize winner- Margaret Emmons.
Right: Theresa Sullivan. Far right: Natalie
Above: Mr. Deluca watches as a student takes a
chance at the Bean Bag Toss. Right: 1st prize
winners- Three Blind Dice- Crystal Floyd, Vida
Cornelious, and Deidre Richardson.
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As usual, the Halloween Carnival, which was held on
October 26 in the gym, was a big success. Six hundred
parents and little children, as well as students, were in
attendance. There were competitions for best booth won by
the Jr. Council, and best costume, won by the "Three Blind
Dice": Deidre Richardson, Vida Cornelius, and Crystal
Floyd. Second place went to Annette C-raye who was dressed
as a unicorn, and third place went to Margaret Emmons.
The winners received 5515, 510, and 55 respectively. There
was also dancing to the music of the DJ., Jeff Brooks. It was
a fun-filled evening for all who attended.
Top left: Annette Graye wins second place at
the Halloween Carnival. Above: Soph. Council
members Collette, Pam and Donna watch as a
fellow sophomore takes a shot. Left: Kristen
Ballister and Jennifer Isgrigg.
gg Pliers Rally
' Each'-year Neptune welcomes the new sports
season with a Pep Rally. This year's was led by
Shonda Rush and the cheerleaders who did
"Here's to Neptune High School" and "Give
Me an First the coaches were introduced,
and then the varsity team captains and starters.
A highlight of the Pep Rally was the moment
Coach Amabile brought out his Great Dane,
Duffy, and the crowds went wild. At this point,
there was a spirit competition among all the
classesp however, the classes of '86 and '87
seemed to be the most competitive. At this '85-
'86 Pep Rally school spirit reached an all-time
right: Teams ofthe 1985 season agree that
fibleptune is number 1. right: The-Scarlet
Qfliefs cheerleaders keep thgelspirit going.eRight:
'Seniors show their class prideiasithey cheer on'
the fall teams. Above: The student body' goes
wild as Coach Amabile bringsin Duffy. Top
left: Frankie Richardson and john Blanton wish
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On September 14 the Student Council
hosted a Welcome Back Dance in the gym,
which was decorated in the school's colors.
This was a time for people to get together
and have some fun after being separated for
the summer. Casually dressed, everyone
danced to music by the Wall of Sound and
kept up their energy with the refreshments
supplied by the Student Council. About 400
people had a wonderful time at this get-
together of old and new friends.
Tracy Lee Abrams Remembering . , . My lov-
ing boyfriend David Justus, good friends
Cafen and NBYICYJ GAA and Black Dancers
victory 85, Yearbook class and Great Adven-
ture, Yearbook editor with Chris and our re-
sponsibilities, gym with Denise, Tammy, and
love from my family.
Maura Leanne Aikens Remembering . . . the
fun times through school with friends, Span-
ish, Mrs. Kenney, Donna, Sophomore year in
Geometry, Mrs, Peluso, early morning pio-
neering with Carol, Nolly, Lisa and Peter, Kim
and Tracy, Montreal, Texas, Ken and Keli, love
and encouragement from Mom and Dad.
Larry L. Akins Remembering . . . some of the
great times and people in this school such as
Bob Fahnholtz, John O'Connell, Timmy Reyn-
olds and Bob Newman plus the fun l had in
Mr. Calise's electronics classes, and the parties
on Friday night with Amy and Chrissy.
Warren B. Albert Remembering . . . my special
friends, Gene, Kenny, Shawn, Gumby, Nate,
Danny, Richie, Preston, Chris, Howie, my love
for Nicole, the class of 86, rolling out over the
years, the love and guidance from my parents,
All's well that ends well. Activities: J.V,!V.
Baseball, Marching Band, Honor Society.
Johnathan Carl Allen Remembering . . . the
cool out times with Dave, Pat, Brad, Mary,
Danny, Troy, Ron, Bryan Wright, New York
in the summer, love and guidance from sister
and brother, Charles and Chris, to be success-
ful in the Marine Corps, special thanks to my
mom and dad.
Suzanne jean Allen Remembering , . . good
times with friends, partying with the City
Crew, talks with Walt, Beth, J im, Chris "Ioan",
Lewie, Scott, Justine Emery, support and love
from my family and Joe Galeani.
Gina A. Amadruto Remembering . . . Gradua-
tion, the summer of 85, Gully Road, the beach,
being good friends with Vi and Beth, yearbook
with Mrs. Peluso, "oh no not another hill", the
mall, drive-thru, my Uncle's wedding, and the
love and patience my Mom and Dad gave me.
Terraine Denise Anderson Remembering . . .
guidance and support from family and par-
ents, especially the love for and from my
MOTHER, Encouragement and help from
Ronnie, Raquel and Ethan "what is going on
back therein, being with friends, Club mem-
bers Veronica, Deidra, Kathy, Toni, and
Marie Paule Antoine Remembering . , . the
best day of my life when I went to Tennessee
with all of my friends especially Gerther, My
friend Carmelle, Nelly, Elizabeth and my
brothers and sister. Thanks Mom for pushing
me that far.
Cynthia Ann Atchison Remembering . . , my
good friends Junebug, Sharon, Electra, Shan-
non, Lisa, Johnny, and Dottie, Summers of 84
and 85, cruisin around in Belmar with the
gang, "partying" down in my basement with
June and Sharon, continue working with
Chris, Judy and love from my mother.
Christopher K. Atkins Remembering . . . good
times with Warren, Ken, Grease, Colleen, Cin-
dy, Wendy, Renee, Kathy, Stacey, Lisa, Denise,
Kim, wild classes, "Baby squad", JV Kearnyll
tryouts, Night Games, "Franz", Baseball,
Kibbler, Mr, D., "Whiplash, Rip", phone bills:
Proms, love for Jamie and family.
Vanessa E. Atkinson Remembering . . . love
and guidance from my parents, fun in bowl-
ing, friends Cathy, Darrin, Deidre, Kim Moni-
ca, Sabrina, Tammy, Tara, Terraine, and Tracy,
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Robin Teresa Bagwell Remembering . . . My
parents and my family, Rich, Quell, and sis
jackie, Tasha, Tracey, Charise, Samantha, Ta-
bitha, Wanda, Cindy, and Tyree, Also the
LORD Choir and that special person Keith
Brinson. Activities: Track, CHE, Senior
Charles R. Bailey Remembering . . . Night
games, all the Proms with Debbie, the old
"Breakfast Club", friends at Bambergers, Sue,
getting "lost" in Post 189, sore necks, Atlantic
City and other places I didn't belong, small
parties in large places, the "Motels", and acci-
dents with reckless phone poles.
Kimberly Baker Remembering . . . good times
with special friends, night games, Southern
Softball trips, 318, O.G, Beach, celebrations,
long talks, "what toga!", my "Y" buddy Jo, cell
block 413, GRADUATION, and love and
guidance from my family. Activities: V. Swim-
ming, IVXV Softball, Ski Club, SADD, GAA.
John Patrick Barone Remembering , . , Rippin'
senior year, special friends, partying with the
boys from around the way, growing up with
john and family, Kellie, Mo's Party house,
first "Mobile", Kyle, Chrissy, Sue, Longwood,
Skiing: Love and guidance from my family, All
my love for JoAnn, V. Soccer
Michael A. Bartels Remembering . . . the soc-
cer games, wrestling, surfing, and just being
with all of my good friends, all of the help and
'support from the Rowes, and especially my
mother, All of my love for Sharon.
Denise Ann Bauter Remembering . . . special
friends, Kim, Lisa, Pam, Chris, john, and
many others, Summer 85, Perkins, "Bruce"',
first car, GRADUATION, Southern Softball
trips, future sister-in-law, my love for, and
special times with Jason, love and guidance
from my parents. Activities: V Softball
illiam M. Bec emembering . . . ROTC and
'PtSli'e:lE'l"C wd, Gibby, James, Nichole,
Shannon, n ie and the test, Debate club
with Kim Cannon and everybody else, and
Drama, as well as good times and parties.
Victor W. Belgrove Remembering . . ., the
good times I had with the Class of 86 and the
"Homerooom gang", also, all the teachers who
thought l did their work, Yeah sure, and Nep-
tune Footballfl' rack JH, But especially my
love for Kim, Now the FUN begins. '
Nancy Lynn Beling Remembering . . . ZAB,
Parisi's, weasers, perfection, learning, the
ocean, 4th of luly, ,lam and Mirror, the bridge,
St. Paul's, Rainbow, Vic's, councils, the boat,
Manchester, the Badgers, Perkins, Potbelly,
Bearie, Jodi, Ree, Hub, Etz, my family, hugs,
sniffles, and Michael.
joan Michelle Bell Remembering . , . my par-
ents who pushed me thorugh the year to get
me this far, the love I have for Rico, My "cuz"
Tiffany, Gregory Foster, and most of all the
Class of 1986. ,
Stephen Matthew Beltle Remembering . . . all
the good times with teachers and friends, sum-
mers at "teen wasteland", O.G. Beach, Chip-
per, adventures, numbers 1 - 5, all my love for
Anne, and the love and guidance from my
parents. Activities: Class Councils, Basketball,
National Honor Society.
Michelle Renee Bernard Remembering . . .
good times with ALL my good friends, special
times with Mike, Sean, and Dave, best friends
Beth and Ray, the "l-lomeroom Gang", draft-
ing, senior year and GRADUATION, car par-
ties, Firebird, Garfield Ave. Beach, Scouts, Sea-
side, and love and guidance from my mom.
Karl Erik Berzins Remembering , . . not all of
what I did, parties at John's, Ocean Grove
Beach, Homeroom gang, all the Johns, Dave,
Jax, Steve, Sab, Crane, Cruisers, Trips, Vans,
K-car, Mr. Bong, Cocktails, Mr. Dry, Pastey,
Grubs, Bip-Bip, Evil, Kimbie AnnMarie, Tra-
cey's, Love and guidance from my friends.
Barbara Marie KaNeal Best Remembering . . .
the love and guidance I received from my
mother and grandmother, making my life a
success and making my mother proud, Kevin
Dunbar and other friends, associates from
Neptune Sr. High, and a future acquaintance.
John R. Blanton Remembering . . . love and
guidance from my family, Darren, Eddie, John,
Hank, the track and football squads, The
Penns, Mile relay, summer 85, ladies of 86,
spending time with that special someone. Ac-
tivities: VIJV Football, V lndoor Track, V Out-
Sean A. Blaylock Remembering . . . KSB Fresh
Rockin' the Mic, Roberta White, Michelle Esk-
ridge, Rhonda Mann, Derrick Gaines, John
Blanton, The Harris Brothers, Hoopin' at the
Grove, Chillin' as the "Prez", and love from
Mom. Activities: Student Council, Basketball,
Steven E. Blecki Remembering . . . all the good
times l had after school at the course with Lee
and Kevin, summer 85 with Wayne, "Doc",
Walt, Paul, Drew, The Varsity Golf team, Mr.
Mischler and Mr. Brodwater, The "Eggs",
Night soccer games and love and guidance
from my parents.
Charles W. Borges Remembering . . . Bill, Tom,
Rich, Ronnie, AJ, Rob, Joe, Tammy, Tiny
Toni, Nancy, Tiff, Marion, Lori, Beth, Carol,
the Girls in Squan, Parties at Rich's and
Tammy's, Concerts: Maiden with Phil, Bill,
AJ, Priest, BonJovi, Ozzy, Almost Crue, New
York, Cruising, and my mom and dad.
Jacqueline Ann Botbyl Remembering , . . We
can't go on just running away, If we stay any
longer we will surely never get away, Any-
thing you want we can make it happen, Stand
up and turn around, never let them shoot us
down, Never, Never, Never run away, Hey
baby you know it's true.
'Lisa Ann Boyce Remembering . . . all the good
times in Neptune High School, the Crew,
Yongme, Margaret, Cathy, Brenda, Bennie
night, homeroom with Jimmy, Teair, and Jack-
ie, Mom for the love and guidance through the
years, Billy's parents, and that special person,
Lisa Danielle Boyce Remembering . . . all the
great times in the summer of 85 with Steph-
anie, Tracey, and Dina, the fun times we had in
the "Vette", the fun times I had in school with
Janice and Kathy, first period with Maria, es-
pecially the love from my mother and father.
james Anthony Brandtjen Remembering . . .
senior year with Sue and Lisa, Party partner
Mike, cruising with Wingo, Aunt Joanie and
Uncle Jerry, Rocking, homeroom with Lisa,
Suzy-Q, Love for Mom, Dad, Sis, and Jim.
Activities: Varsity Tennis.
Teair Dineen Braxton Remembering . . .all the
fun times l had in the Senior High with Lisa B.,
Jimmy B., Jackie B. in homeroom class, my
mother and father for their love and guidance.
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Anthony Deon Brock Remembering . . . the
time I had fun with Raquel and Kevin in a
Vocational School in tenth grade, The fun l
had with the choir with Tasha, John, Chadle,
and that special person Cindy jenkins.
Kim Darlene Brooks Remembering . . . The
love and guidance from my family, Being cap-
tain of the cheering squad, Chillin' with the
Crew: Cheryl, Toni, Krystal, Chelle, Eddie, and
Juan, The special friendship with Felipe, my
girl Niece at Pitt, Teresa, Kim and the mo-
ments shared with Burley Andrews.
Duncan D. Brown Remembering . . . the boys
from around the way, Barone, Gunga, the
DofF's, my mother and Bubba, Kyle, the
bricks, good times with Keith Delahanty,
Graduationlll Summers of '84 and '85, chillin'
at Bean Valley, Ollyburger and Scooby, coolin
with Sue, Mo, Amy, and Lori, My horneboy
Kurt, and always Andrea Jackson.
Heidi C. Brown Remembering . . . all the good
times in homeroom 25, Going to New York
with the photography club, Special friends
Glenn Fore, Ernest Ward, Lisa Boyce, Barbra
Best, and my best friend Stacey Backerville, the
love and guidance from my parents, participat-
ing in ROTC. Activities: Photography Club,
Cindy Calderon Remembering . . . Glenn Fore
Always and Forever, good times with Sandra,
Janet, Jackie, Aida, Nephews- Daryl Kenard
Smith, Darrell Martin Cole Ir., Nieces- Savette
janese Crew, Quiandra Nilckia Smith, Tommy
and Annette, good times in the Council with
Sylvanni and Paulette, love and guidance from
Mom and Dad and grandparents, but most of
Maria Carrino Remembering . . . the good
times in high school, Deca, Parties, Soccer
games, Varsity Field Hockey, G.A.A., Bruce
Concert "Thanks again john", summer '85,
good times with Deb and Lisa, And most of all
the love and guidance I received from my
Renee Lynn Casper Remembering . . , My
black Porsche, the love and guidance from my
family, best Friend Kathy, West Point football
games, Howard's dorm and gettling lost in
Howell, Outrageous phone bills, rides in eleva-
tors, and the hypnotized driver, and all my
friends. Activities: Post 189, I V and Var. Soc-
cer, Var. Football Manager,
Yong Me Chang Remembering . . . Love and
guidance from my loving family, summers
pastg good times with my special friends
Kathy, Brenda, Missie and Laurie, Cruising,
"The Accident of 55", "YUP" Tropical: Best
wishes for my new born nephew and my sister
but most of all special times I shared with joe.
ubert Cla Remembering . . . Love from my
farm y, the quest for happiness, special friends
and others, being a good student at times, Os-
car winning roles, sodas and the News, 30 over
Par, Math Squad, Deutsch, Student Council,
those floats, Skiing, pain, assorted good times,
smiling, spontaneous laughter, Tears, tragic
heroism, and of course Kris. Ollie Daysl
Stacey L Clay Remembering . , . Lifeguarding
summer of 855 Kimmep Rah Ta Tag bucking in
the sticky SAT class with Jen Ru Hen, home-
roomp fun times with Lisa and other friends:
GRADUATION, Varsity swimmingg what
toga?, Kim, Cathy, Field Hockey, REDS, Post
189, Honor Society, Spanish Club, esp. love
from mom and dad.
Denise Marie Colon Remembering . . . the
summer of "85" in Baltimore and all the good
friends I have in the class of "86", May they
have much success, the love for Ioth and Na-
dine and also my familyg that special day in
imberly A. ConnorQRemembering . , . Rah ta
ta, enguin Luibaa baa, never to forget my
good friendsg remember the night car ride?
Buck Buck? Lizz lunch at Perkins? good times
with Vic, love from Babsg Historical Society,
GAA, hockey the bestg Rob bro got a dough-
nut? love from home.
Carol Ann Core Remembering , . . All the good
times with Beth and Glenn, the serious and not
so serious talks with Bortp drafting with Chrisp
Bradley Bowling, the summer of 85 with the
Crew: hanging out at the Station with KB: the
love and support from my friends and familyg
and all my love for Mike,
Sandy Lynn Core Remembering . . . Good
times with all my friends, the summer of 84-
85, the beach crew, esp. Chris and Catherine,
good times on the Southern Softball trips with
Kim, Lisa, Denise, Michelle and everyone else:
party in room 307, looking forward to GRAD-
UATIONQ love and support from family and
friends, my love for Steven CTWEEZERJ.
laneth Adrienne Cornelious Remembering . . .
The love and patience of my parents, my
grandmothers understandingp Cherryl, Mo-
net, and Peanutp buggin out with my twin Judi,
good times with Chris, Rhonda, Toni, Maggie,
and other friends from over the years, good
frieinds in college. Activities: Latin Club,
Judith Andrea Corneilius Remembering . . .
My parents' endless love and patience, Sistersg
Bea-Beag times with Jan and the Joynersg Min-
gles with Chris, friends out of town, Cotillion,
Pals in collegeg Class of 86. Activities: Senior
Council, President, junior Council, Sopho-
more Councilg Cheerleader,
Robert N. Cottrell Remembering . . . Night
Soccer games, swimming and divingg Week-
ends with Michelle, The Junior Promp friends
Beth, Carol, Charles, And Kim, Mr. Cafone's
class, the Historical Societyp especially love for
Bart Emest Cox emembering . . . The hard
wor an e mination it took to become a
senior, the band DEPARTURE and all the
shows it played, my two best friends Brian and
Billyg all the new friends l've madeg my family
and my baby brother being born, and most of
all, Gwenn who will never be forgotten.
Beth Ellen Craddock Remembering . . . My
mom and familyg without all their faith and
believing in me, l couldn't have done itg all the
great friends I made, Kim, Victor, Carol, Rob-
bie and my partner in crime, Norm! And espe-
cially Steve. .
Toni Michelle Credle Remembering . . . The
guidance from my mommy, family and
friendsg my good friends and fun l've had with
each of them: David, Denise, Janeth, LeTishe,
Mouche, Shonda, Denise Mc, and Kyra, my
sister Tracey and her friends: Trisha and
Charlesg my special someone, Activities: Varsi-
Regina D. DeGraffenreid Remembering . . .
The fun times l had in homeroom with Sa-
brina, Michelle and Carmelleg Bugging out on
the track team with Monica, Lisa, Annette:
love and Guidance from my parentsg crazy
times in office automation with Jan, Judy, and
Rhondag crazy times with the gang.
Kathleen Elizabeth Dailey Remembering . . .
All the love, guidance and support from my
family: Special help from second family, the
Caspers, Terrif times with best friend Renee,
Never forgetting that someone special, Steve,
Our time was great together hope to always see
a "smile"! the best to Renee and Gina.
Kimberly D. Davis Remembering . . . The love
and guidance from my family and Colette.
Special friends: Boo S., Tyrone R., Kelly S.,
Good times withl Mike A.', Tia, Cheryl, Tee
M., Kim, Chelle, Bum, Mike M. Summer of 85
and cheerleading G.V. Captlg TONY WILSON-
Michelle Ann Davis Remembering . . . The
guidance from my mom who is always right,
All the fun times with my two best friends-
Cassi, and Dee, my good friends-Zel, Tracy N,
Kamal, Mike A, and all my associates, Most of
all the "Monroe Sisters and Brothers" and the
best class, 1986i
Sabrina Davis Remembering . . . times with
family, friends like Pam Pelder, Rena, Deidra,
Michelle, Vanessa, Gina Regina, Kheven, Tee,
Carmelle and sister Dawng my homerooom
classg Heidi, tennis pro, Ron, Toni and Pete,
good luck to the class of '86,
Denise Lee Davison Remembering . . . All the
great times in A.P.H,5. with Sandra and Tracy,
my last two years in N,H.S. with Judy and
Tina, Thanks for those timesg Special thanks
to mom and dad and a BIG THANK YOU to
Gina Renee Daye Remembering . . . The good
times with Marvin, Reggie and especially Bob-
by, The good and bad times with Kathy and
Renee: All my friends Vanessa, Scott, Cheryl
and those I didn't mention, mom and dad for
the love, guidance and support: Randy, and my
favorite guy Terry.
a Theresa DePrisERemembering . . . the
love and gui ance rom mom and dad, Help
and protection from John and Andrewg my
closest and best friends Donna, Lisa, and Kim
Murphyg our great basketball team, Heritage
Hall and all the good friends I met there, AND
Carrnella Yasmine Devilme Remembering . . .
the good times I had with my friend Fifie,
Poupette, Nelie, Michelle, Sabrina and Regina,
the fun we had, A Special thanks to all the
teachers who helped me in my studies, Adrienp
and also my parents. ,
Michelle Tina Dickerson Remembering . , .
the fun times I had in homeroom with Sabrina,
Regina, and Carmelleg The family in the South
Cafg My partners Renee, Diane D'Montp My
friends Zayte, Paula, Tender Joyce, Kim, Vin-
cent, my aunts, Donna and close friend Stan
and love and guidance from my parents.
Kimberly Renee Dorsey Remembering . . . the
fun I had at the pep ralleys and the football
games: Bugging out with my sis Leesa and my
homegirl Monicag the party of May 2, 1985 and
the fum times with Kenneth F, the love and
guidance from my parents, Good luck to "So",
Steven Jerome Downing Remembering , . .
Great times in the Grove! Summer "85"g Week-
ends that never end! Paranoid! Me? "The
Union Forever", Lose, "Declchouse", concerts,
tailgating! Tenn., "snip" Boot!!! Friends, Al,
Dave, Karl, Shotwell, Jacks, John, Gord, Kush
and Gegan. "Scaming", The party' s never
over!!! Guidance from parents and brother.
drew Scott Yew Remembering . , . Good
times in m. 5 ROTCg Cruisin', work-
ing, Hanging out.. . the missions . . .friends . .
. and all the chicks . . .
Sylvanni Carlanna Driver Remembering . . ,
good times with special friendsg many ac-
quaintances, the "scare"g "learning experi-
ences", "the missing link", Love for Carl and
Edward, Auntie, For Being There, Frank and
Son, and that Loving Friend. Love and Guid-
ance from MOM! Activities: National Honor
Society, Student Council, Jr. and Sr. Councils.
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Eugene Richard Duck Ir. Remembering , . , the
times I had the ability, yet lacked the support
and driver the good times I had with my close
friends, working hard my senior summer, ap-
preciation to my father and mother for giving
me their love and guidance.
emembering . . .
love from my mom, Buster and Aunt Sarah,
chill'in with Yogi, Jadus, Steve, Tim, Dwayne,
Thinking of Ms. Wednesday Moore, my be-
loved friend BARBARA BESTg summer of 845
Garland: Aces Robin, Bobbi and Venessa.
Lawrence Thomas Dunden Remembering . . .
the summer of 83 cooling out with the Monroe
Rockers, Love and guidance from mom and
Dad, my friends-Kid Ice Razor-Boo-Tammy-
Kim-Michael-Sharice and the times I had play-
ing Intramural Basketball.
Donald A. Dyson Remembering . . . the fum,
pain, laughter, and tears, the bittersweet mel-
ancholia of my high school years, Laughter
shared with Jo and Reeg My fair share of
growth and development: Love to mom, my
brothers and sisters for their loving support.
Vicki Lee Elgrjerdlemembering . . . Best friends
eri, nnflffiichelle, Carol, Cheryl, and Lindag
Much love and sincere thanks to Mrs. Wise,
Mrs. LaVigne, Mr. Novitsky, and the rest of
my teachers, Love and guidance from Daddy
and Grandmag And last but not least, that spe-
cial person JIMMY!!
mer with Steve the broken window jungle
juice the Bruce tickets I never got and my
good friends which I will never forget Shane
Todd Mark Mike Dennis Tommy Mickey
lchael Emmons membenng the guid
ance FEIET and dad: My brothers, nana,
my friends and teachers, the GTO, MOSCA
and Taurusg lifting with Brett, the USMCQ
nightschool with Steve, jamming with Mystic
Child, the future I have planned, and all my
David L. Emmons Remembering . . . the wres-
tling team, the great times I had over the sum-
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Remembering . . . Nancy, Joni,
Mory, Denese, Kim, Pam, Kelly, Cathy and
Sandyg Southern Trips, getting caught in N.C.g
Pop Tart, Bardo, Red Victory 85, Foodtown
crew, and fun summersg special times with
Steve, No.l Sisg and Thanks and love to Mom
Michelle L. Eskridge Remembering , . . LE-
ROY "MU" GRANTp times with Cheryl, Tere-
sa, Kim, jesus, Edg Tonig Krisg good friends in
the class of 84, 855 Sean, Reneeg Stephg Todd,
Love, guidance and happiness from PAR-
ENTS, family, Sharong neighborsp cuz Mike,
Tammyp and scheming with Muriel JJ
Stephen Paul Etz Remembering , . . English
homework in lunch, chips for Brian, Tennis,
the library, Butterscotch Drimpets, GSS, yes-
terday's Ledger, 1480, "Y'know, you two are
pretty lazy . . .", broken window, "Vega",
MathTeam, where's Amish?, powerful magic,
Seutsch, and great friends.
Marie Fernandes Remembering . . . the
special friendship Cheryl and l sharep "Does
Rob like me", "Are you mad at me" Lets not
go to school today" ivir. Teabonei VVhere are
you?"' parties in the basement, Boo! Long talks,
Memories of Mrs. Ag Love and guidence from
Michele Ferranti Remembering . . . All the
good times with special friends Fayth, Lisa,
Karen, Michelle: All the good and bad times
with the special love shared between me and
Patg Understanding and guidance from my
Lauri A. Filipkowski Remembering . . . fmem-
ories of ,lenniferi summer of 85', Belmar, cruiz-
ing, my granada, key largo, Pier Pub, Tropical!
the beach, fmy black Porchel all my friends,
night soccer games, parties, Dairy Queen, Ber-
ardi's, my sister, Laura F., GAA, Great Black
Team, love and guidance from my family.
John P. Fiore Remembering . . . all my friends
and teammates: Special friends: Johnny, Hen-
ry, Eddie, Jason, Kevin, Dasjsjile, Steve, An-
drew Goodman, Brother limmyg The girls of
Neptune Highp Wendy, Renee, Denise, Girls
fiel ockey, and that special someone.
heri Lynn rs er emembering . . . the good
timesg un wi people like Vicki, Tracy, Jeff,
Ginger, Lisa, Ron, Mel, Tom, and above all,
with layg the teachers who helped me to be-
come successfulg The crazy times in room 217
and the lovejguidance and support from my
Cheryl Ann Flay Remembering . . . all the love
Rob and l share and our future together, Fond
memories of Brian, loving memories of Mrs.
Armstrong who will love in my heart foreverg
Love and guidance from my family especially
Bobp a special friendship with Linda.
Catherine Anne Flesca Remembering . . . the
great times with special friends, the class of 86,
long talks with Maureen, swimming, Pizza
Hut, and What Toga? with Stacey, the great
times with Brenda, Jeff, Lisa, Sandy, Kathy,
Jeff, the lunch crew, and to Mom and Dad,
thanks for the love and support.
Electra S. Fowler Remembering . . . all the
bugged out people in the class of 86, My close
friend Cheryl, we had some rough times to-
gether but we pulled throughg Friends Addie,
Kim the crew from Asbury Park, Fruity, Sloe,
Moyre, Squeaky, Slick and LuLu, Michelle and
last but not least Marilyn.
Carolyn Denise Franklin Remembering . . .
the love and guidance from my familyg track
team, Tim, the Phillips, Kathy and Bert, Faye,
Angie, Lou, Kathy, Mora, Val, Taunya, Holly,
Donna, and most of all, the good times with
Tamara Frascella Remembering , . . good
friends Donna, Sean, Karen, Ronnie, Robin
and Fayth, Friends from Neptune, old and
new: Long talks and needed help from my
bestest buddies Mrs. Wise and Momma G., All
the love I have for my special someone, and all
the love and guidance from my parents.
Darrin Nathan Friend Remembering . . , the
boys Gene, Kendreaux, Warren, Shawn, How,
Kheven, and Andy Op Cooling out with Nate
and Glenn, Baseball, Danny roasting, and
leaning at Ken's restg The women, Wendy, jan.
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Margaret Marie Gallagher Remembering . . .
Love and guidance from Mom and Dad: good
times with old and new, unforgetable parties,
and laughsg but most of all my special feelings
for Anthony and Pete.
john T. Geddie Remembering . . . All the fun
times in school with james Love, Shanah, and
Tonya: love and guidance from family and
friendsg the fly females of Neptunep best wish-
es to the class of 1986.
Paul Gel emernbering . . . Bermuda and fish-
' th Prestong longstreet, the fairp big
dreams with Hubiep Hall and Oats: Dramag
track, soccerg Student Council, Baby O'sp
Bruce, body building, homecoming, Patti and
all the love and guidance from my family that
has kept me going.
Christian Maurice Gilbert Remembering . . .
love and guidance from my familyg the cotil-
liong baseballp wrestling, Band, Senior Councilg
hanging with the crew: Gene, Shawn, Scotty
George, Ken, and Andrewg sisters I an and Judi:
lim Willy Spending special moments with
Shaun Colemanp Aloha 86.
William j. Gill Remembering . . . Good friends
Tom, Chuck, Dick, Steph, Tiny, Cathy, Linda,
Cindy, Lori, April, and Lisap Parties at Dick'sg
Maiden with Phil, six months with Jem New
York: Guidance, from Mom, Dad, George, and
Lorip and love for Dee.
Richard Gilpin Remembering . . . the class of
19865 fun with Darrin, Malcolm, Leighton, and
a ' ummer of 1985.
John D. Glucko Remembering . . . Great
xmes wit John, Kyle, the Boys from around
the way: Sueg G-Mani O.G. Friendsp The BOSS7
Soccerg Wrestling States, Support from Uncle
Lou and Mr. DePalog encouragement from
Louisag drive and desire from Paul, love from
Mom and Dad.
Michele Lee Grace Remembering . . . all the
good times spent with friends Cindy, Carol,
Cheryl, Vicki, and Al. Drama with Uncle Phil,
Chuckles.1ohn, Karl, and the crewg Mr. O'Ha-
gan, Main Office, the floats, driving, Love and
guidance from mom, dad, and Lisag And espe-
cially Al Pettit.
David Graham Remembering . . . indoor track
and country leams, the good and bad times
running, my oldest friend Keith and all the fun
times we had with Tina, they changed my life,
my new friends, the Neptune City Boys, the
party in Belmar, the girls, Andrea and Kim and
Annette A. Gray Remembering . . . the begin-
ning and the end of my three years with the
Track Team. '
Debbie A. Gray Remembering . . . all my
friends, and the good times in High Schoolg
Deca competitions at Great Gorge and Cherry
Hill: All my special times spend with Deang
And my love for my parents.
Karen L Grissman Remembering . . . good
times with friends Chris, Tammy, Michelle,
Liz and especially Jane and the Magauran fam-
ily: And most of all the love and guidance from
my mom, dad, and Joe and love for Ronnie
RememMring . . . the
g times ' rl'T"1nT?TeFEl'sf'iC'ill?Val, Daph,
my sis Shay, Twin and new friend Crystalg
going through a lot togetherp those special
guys, Chris, Malcolm, Louis, Keary, and espe-
Robert Michael Gualario Remembering . . . the
fun times I had in this school, all the friends I
made and all the laughsg Also the fun times in
Mr. Hennessee's track and field class getting
oven Also Mr. Evert's workshop class cracking
upg the class of 86.
Edward Anthony Hamlin Remembering , . .
Playing Football with Ion, Iuang fun and
wacked times with Krystal, Chelle, Toni,
Cheryl, Kellie, Kim, Steve Rob, scrad, zusg all
the love and guidance from mom and dad and
the love I share for Millie and jr.
Brenda Marie Hansen Remembering . . . the
class of '86, skiing in the rainy crazy rides home
with special friends Yong Mee and Kathy: the
big night of our accidentg and bugging out at
our lunch tablep Best wishes to all my friendsp
and the love and guidance from Mom and Dad.
Darren L. Harris Remembering . . . undefeated
in JV football, basketball, winning Central jer-
sey in basketball, Jr. year, Coach Amabile,
Hanging with my boys Ed, Jay and my cuz
KEEQ Making it through high school cleanly
and thanks to all the ladies who provided me
with a good three years.
Tamara Renee Harvey Remembering . . . the
love from parents and my auntg My best friend
Rozland, my Godchild Dezmondg Singing with
the LORDS, choir, my brother Dallas, my sis-
ter Angie, friends, Robin, Teresa, Tracy, Char-
ise, Tasha, Larry, Durden, Kevin, Keith, Jah-
mal, Cindy, Yevette, Michelle, Robbie.
Daphne I.. Hatcher Remembering . . . fun
times with my best friends, Gibby, Lisa, and
Renee, friends who left me in the summer, old
and new friends fKrystalJg love for my family.
Christina Heisig Remembering . . . best of
times with Carol, Lisa, Daphne, Kathi and
Tammy, Partying summer of 85, the beach,
sneakin around, Schneiders, Labor Day Week-
end, cops, especially Paul, the Red Lobster,
Breakfast Club, and guy-hunting: Love to
mom and the boys, with memories of Bill.
john E. Hendrickson Remembering . . . rippin
senior year, pumping that iron, close friends
old and anew, buddy Brian, Mustang, BRUCE!
Infatuations with blondes, Parties, Seaside, 21
in more ways that one, Scamming, College
Bound, 86, Parents, and to THINK BIG,
, ennifer Ruth Hen Remembering . . . Bas-
t Smcer, Chrissy, Sandy,
Blaze, my FBI: and Tracy, Baby Blues! Good
luck to Kev, especially all the great times with
Alicia: My il fans, morn and dad- their love
and all the great support for they never missed
a game, and do it JEN.
Frances Denise Hill Remembering . . . Jessicag
Love and guidance from my parents, my
brothers Mark, Tracy, and niece Trahellg
Friends Kay, Sheri, Yvette, Tee-Tee, Ronson,
Tadpole, Shawn, Skip, that special person Cliff
Sharice Marie Holland Remembering , . . the
times bugging out with Monica and my best
friend Roz and my good friends Peggy and
Nancy and fun with Monica, Love and guid-
ance from my parents and brothers and sister,
the class of 86, Ron Holland and Twana H.
Michelle Alisa Hoover Remembering , . . love
and guidance from my parents, all the bugged
out times I had down through the years in this
school, days with Monroe brothers and sisters,
"high 5", talks with my sister Felecia and my
cuz Sha, friends like Monroe, Sha, and Shelly.
Dawn Annette Howard Remembering . . , Mr.
Mixson, Au revoir, science, April, Deniece,
Beth, Brenda, Salada Tea, Camille, Kim, Car-
men, Lisa Nichelle, Kathy, Debbie, Juanita,
Tracy, Stacie, Monica, Regina, Rita. Activities:
Track and Field.
Andrea jackson Remembering . . . laughing
and crying, special friends: Marsh, Kathy, El-
lie, Dune, Dee, and Mo, night games, float,
hockey ups and downs, GRADUATIONH,
thanks to coach Lombardi, new friends like
Strassburger, love and support from my sister
Sandy: Activities: Varsity Field Hockey, JV
Craig A. jackson Remembering , . . to be suc-
cessful in life, thanks to my mom for her love
and support, all the good times with Clark,
home boys, and Steve, Superior D, Tony Dee,
and all the parties we had.
Deborah Ann Jackson Remembering . . . love
from my and dad, friends Valerie, David, Gus,
Brenda, Charlie, football games, summer job,
Mrs, Coleman, Mr, Sin, and Miss. Coan, going
Todd Neil Jelliff Remembering . . . good times
in Neptune with my friends, partying on the
weekends, working out in the gym with my
partner Merrel, going to Vocational with Dave
and being part of the V.I.C.A club, most of all
my Varsity Wrestling team, love and guidance
from mom and dad.
Clifford Clinton Johnson III Remembering . . .
good times I had in the Neptune Sr. High,
good luck Eugene and Roger, love and support
from mom, the class of 86.
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love and guidance my parents gave me, all the
people who rolled my wayg Scott who cared
even when I dicln'tg high jump and longjump,
horneroomg Jadus, Michelle, "Betty Boop,"
Rob Joyner, the help of my grand parents and
relatives. Activities: Track.
Tia Lynn Johnson Remembering . , . holding
my head up high, wanting to drop it down low,
always losing friends and gaining new onesg
hoping to pass and afraid to fail, to get me
through it allg my friends who were there when
needeclp receiving guidance from my loving
Timothy B. Johnson Remembering . . . the
special momentsg good times I had in Neptune
Highg all my partners: Jadus, Yogie, Steve,
John, Dinky, and Kevin, over the years: Ra-
chel, Sonia, Tina, Jame, Carmen and more: that
special someone as I move on to greater
heights: my love for Mom and Dad.
Tonya ,Mari Johnson Remembering . . . the
good old daysp fun times with Shanah, Tina,
and Tiag Belmar Beach: summer of '85 with
Clate, Wen, Jazz, brother Tony: "82", pesty
John: the Blue Bomb, "wild head"g niece Mia:
GRADUATION!! and my family. Activities:
Varsity Basketball Manager. V
Wendy Portia Johnson Remembering . . .
Friends, Renee, Carmen, Pammy, Sylvanni,
Paulette, Rhonda, Jan Judi, John, Johnnie, Ed-
ward, Brian, Tim, Billy, Jeff, Cindy, Chris, and
others: Kodak and Timex, ,lOl'INNlE'S LEGS!
Activities: Indoor Track, Post 189 Sec,, Mgr.,
V. Football, Mgr., V. Baseball. V
Carmen R. Jones Remembering . . . my loving,
familyp especially cousins Pam, Dand, Felicia,
and God brother Toddy very special times with
very special friends, Graduationp always striv-
ing for that extra goal. Activities: Photography
Club. ' ,
Jacquelyn Elaine Jones Remembering , . ,. al-
ways, the love and guidance from mom and
dad: thanks to my sister for being therep all my
nieces especially, Tasha, Cherise, and my sis
Collette and Tiag loved by that one and only
special person. Activities: Chorus, Color
Stephen G. Jones Remembering . . . years spent
in Neptune Senior Highg love from my family
and friends, looking forward, to collegey cool-,
ing with the boys: LC. Davis, Clate, Sean,
Tony-Dee, Juan-Gee, Young, and crazy Eddie,
my cousin John and Partner Aaron: all the
ladiesg the special one: class of 86.
Veronica Lynn Jones Remembering . . . love
and guidance from my father, fun I had at the
vocational school with June, Robert, and
Rhonda Yolanda Joyner Remembering . . ,
love and support from my rnomp memories of
"Grand Pang my two associates Jan and Judi:
special times with Martin, the Pattersony my
brother Bobbyp most of all Marvin Brooks.
Activities: Indoor and Outdoor Varsity Track
lmanj, Varsity Wrestling lman.J.
David Peter Justus Remembering . . . my lov-
ing girlfriend Tracy Abrams, Hi and low times
with John, Karl, Jackson, Steve, Crane, long
talks, Its a hitp the Hukap the basement, long
bike rides at odd hours: the reservoir, Mr. Dry
and lots of parties.
Denise Marie Kacrnarsky Remembering . . .
great times with special friendsg shopping in
New York City, long talksg partiesg cruzing the
beachp long and exciting nitesp promises, "al-
ways and forever"p Graduation, love and guid-
ance from Gram and mom, especially always
George. Activities: JV and Varsity Soccer.
Amy Lou Kallestad Remembering . . . times
with special friends: rippin parties, long and
crazy nights, long talks: partying with Sue,
Jen, and Lorig the Pubg Bruce concerts, the
Black teamp summersg camping, Presidentp
Post 189, cruzing night gamesp love and guid-
ance from family, Graduation.
Melvin Kenny Jr. Remembering . . . all the
two faced people in Neptune: the kids I wanted
to break, but didn'tg all my true friends espe-
cially Eric, and someone special, live long and
Brian joseph Killeen Remembering . i . my
musicg good frienclsp Mrs. Chong: Summer-
timeg partying with Tommy, Billy, Adrienne,
Porky, and Bart, growing up with Ciaffey, Ci-
mino, and Paul Lee, not being understoodg
thinking by myselfp times shared wtih Linda,
best friend Tracyp laughter, the futureg
lay A. Kupisioski Remembering . . . friends
past like Ron and Al: group at the lunch tableg
that special someone Sheri Fisher.
William Patrick Laird Remembering . . .good
times during school, especially after school,
great times on the weekend with friends and
people I didn't know.
April O. Lane Remembering . . . love and guid-
ance from my family: good times in gym with
Tawannag the males: Rob, Paul, and Ceddyg
fun times with Vikki, Joy, my cousin Adele
Iohnsong the summer of "BS" and "84" with
Cleola Austin. Activities: Color Guard, Deca.
Sharon Eileen Lanusse Remembering . . . best
friends with Michelle, Junebug, Hardie, Cin-
Dee, and Mikey Vaniflalen concert with Chelle,
mall with Coll and the gangp summer of 83 and
85, good friends Kris, Chuck, and baby Tony,
partyingf rollerskatingg the crew at the dromeg
running away junior year with Leese, Heavy
Metalg Graduation, love and guidance from my
William Joseph Latshaw Remembering . . , all
the good times at Neptune High, especially
with our group Departure and all my good
friendsg The love and support from my family
through the yearsp And most important, my
love and care for Tammy and Tara. Watch out
world, here I come!
Marlene A. Lawrence Remembering . . . the
times l had with Mary, Margarita, and my
cousin Jackie Mitchellg The teachers who
helped me through the years: also my sister
Carleen Lawrenceg And the class of '86.
john D. Leatherman Remembering . . . Karl,
John, Crane, Dave, Lar, Sham, Sab, Kellie, Vic-
tor, Pumpkin, April, Duke, Sam, Mini,
Leanne, Tracy, SAT "Glenn", Beth, Anne-
Marie, Shotwell, len, Pete, Campbell, Cole,
jackson, Trip, jim, Joe, Suzie, Tara, K-car,
Starvin Dog Kameleon Clown, the reservior,
W ,ff .,
Eric Charles Lebowitz Remembering . . . all of
the wonderfully boring days in Neptune
Schoolsg Victor Belgrove, Mel Kenny, Eric,
Chris Sternadore, people whom I grew up with
and are my best friends, And last but not least,
all my love for my parents and my girlfriend
Nancy S. Lee Remembering . . . special friends
Carol, Shawn, Michele, Hubert, Sheri and Pri-
ma, Late night talks with WIL, red roses, grow-
ing up, WILLIE, the beach, my late car, base-
ball games, my teachers, and moments with
31. Activities: Var. Tennis, ,lr.!Sr. Council,
Nat. Hon. Soc, Proteus.
jennifer Lynn Leech Remembering . . . times
with special friends, GAA, partyin with the
boys, Mo's and Amy's parties, the beach, long
nights, the N.Y. Bus Trip, BRUCE CON-
CERT, long talks with Kristal, Michael, Lori
and Amy. GRADUATION, love and guidance
from my family.
Beth Allyn Lees Remembering . . . the good
and bad, special friends like Jen, Johnathan,
Chuck, Dan, Patty, Sue, Carol, Michelle, Uncle
Ray, My Buddy Glenn: the summer of 85, The
Grove, drafting, donuts, Florida, the bee, the
Pier, Alpho, and Graduationp love and guid-
ance from my dad.
Michelle Elena Leonard Remembering . . .
good times with Mitzi Taylor, long talks with
Karen and Pamp Partyin' with Vee and Doug,
Special moments with Eddie and my love for
Raymond B. LePree Remembering , , , Mi-
chelle in drafting, Englishg Beth, Kathy, and
Kim in Mr. Mixson's classy summer school, all
night parties, Krauszer's great bosses and get-
ting fired: the Parrot, great friends and great
times, Graduation and Monmouth College,
love and guidance from Mom and Dad.
Monica Levy Remembering . . . Love and guid-
ance from my parents and family: friends like
Monica, Carmela, Kim, Tonya, Margarita,
Marlene, Vanessa, and crazy moments with
my ace friend Mary, Freshman year at Mon-
mouth Regional, Friends in Tinton Falls, and
mos! of all that special someone Jerome Hill.
Margarita Louise Lewis Remembering . . . my
family, fun times with Tracey, MeMe, Monica,
Marlene, Ressa, Theresa, Valera, Iosett, and
others in vocationalp being Dolphins co-cap-
tain, loving Shannon McCleaveg also remem-
bering my god-child Mecaela and my very best
friend whom I will always cherish-my mother.
Ronald Louis Lott Remembering , . . the sum-
mer of 85 and all the friends l made, also old
friends like Jay, Al, Sheri and every one else,
high school and especially last year's Creative
james E. Love Remembering . . . Love and
guidance from my familyg the crew in Florida,
Tim, Bruce, Rodney, Bernard, Steven and espe-
cially Kimi New friends like Tommy Venable,
Howie, John Steve and Joe, Also little Sis
Tammy and brother Brandon.
Dawn Marie Lubcke Remembering . , . All the
good times spent with Ricky and many more
to comeg The Summer of 84, concerts, Billy
ldol, WILDWOOD, laughing, crying, fights
and making-up, Love for Ricky Voss and spe-
cial support from family.
Elizabeth Marthone Remembering , . . Special
thanks to my mother who helped me make it
and to my counselor Mrs, Parker who is al-
ways thereg the fun with my cousin Carmelle,
Mary and my special friends Louis Perry, Sa-
brina, Marlene Lawrence and my teacher Mrs.
Toranp Good Luck 87.
Kellie Diana Martin Remembering , . . best
times with special friendsg Partyin' with the
boys from around the way, Special friendship
with john, Summer 84, beach nites, GAA with
Chrissyp funtimes with RJ, Mo's, Sue, first
time skiing, Love, guidance and understanding
from Mom, Dad and Nan and Pop,
Rhonda Mason Remembering . . . The fun
times in NHS, and Chillin out with Denise,
Henrietta, Saundra, Cindy, Olivet, Joyce,
Shannon, Deneen, Eddie, Darryl, Walter, Mar-
vin, Steve, Tony, Brian, The Boys and Girls of
B-Park, Times with my brothers, Love and
Guidance from Mom. Activities: Swing Flags,
'Teresa Beatrice Mayes Remembering . . . Love
and guidance from my family, missing my
father, special friends like Niece Williams,
Donna Williams, Tee, Tina, Kim, Tia, Chelle,
Kim, Tam, Kev, special memories with Ryan,
Summer of 81, class of B4 and 85, Cheering,
and the someone special who cares Todd
Michele june McCoy Remembering . . . Good
friends: love from my familyg trips to New
Yorkg going to see my special friend Angelag
DeBarge concerts, interesting summersg and
especially Graduation. Activities: Blazer.
Donna Lynn Marie McGee Remembering . . .
Love from mom, summer of 84 and 85, buggin
with Moo, Hol, Faye, and Carolynn, not quite
making those hours to pioneer, my niece, Per-
forming Artsl, Graduating, Canada, California,
wedding plans, teachers that . , . , and especial-
ly the love and respect for Angel Rodriguez.
Preston LeRoi McGowan Remembering . . ,
Hanging with Scott, Duck, lunch with Gene,
Howl and Gumby, travelling the WORLD
with Gell, "Funning" at dancesg movies with
Ken and Crew, 48-hour termpapers, MORE
SLEEP, winkies, friends and family. Activities:
V. Tennis, VP!Hon. Soc, IIS Councils.
jadus Devon Mclntyre Remembering . . , The
special guidance from my parents, Encourage-
ment from my god-parentsg Everett family,
Shapiros, Vonnie, Nana and Aunt Edrine,
Partners: Tim, Steve, jamaic, Chip, Mike, Mal-
colm, Iesusg Females, Best, Simms, Jen, Ingridg
MY TURNTABLE, Aces, Troy, Kev, Harry
and Mike and Rob.
Carlos M. McKinley Remembering , . , The
best years of my life as as a teenager and stu-
dent in N.HiS.p the love and guidance from my
loving family and my friends who have either
helped me or gotten me in trouble, Craig, Aar-
on, Steve, Tony, Mark, Steven, Eric, Michele,
Roxanne, Jill, Ken.
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Denise Almeaditrea McNair Remembering , . .
love and guidance from my family, Var. Cheer-
ing, good and bad times with "Majestic Black
Females", friends Shawn, jones, Lenice Den-
ise, Keith, Shonda, cuz Myra: those not worth
forgetting, caring for Keith Howie.
Kay Marie McNair Remembering . . . Happy
to make it this Ear with the guidance of my
parents, love for my sisters Tania, Yvette, Edie
and brother Rob, my grandparents and Aunt
Joan, my beautiful niece Michelle, my best
friend Frances Hill, special friend Kim Mur-
phy and last but not least Eddie Deas.
June Lynn Megill Remembering . . . All the
times with my brothers and sisters, Sharon,
Michelle, Mike, Hardie and Shawn, Fun with
Deb and Trap Cruisin in the bugmobile, blast-
ing tunes and getting rowdy, Heavy Metal
Rulesl, Love to my family and good luck to my
sis Kim, Hey Deb Backa, Backap Mike's crash.
Tracy Marie Megill Remembering . . . Love
and Guidance from my Family, all the good
times with my friends Vi, Caren, Nan and
Linda, to the top of Tam with Nan, the class of
865 Graduation, driving, the loss of loved ones,
special love to my family.
Paul D. Mercer Remembering . . . all the good
times in Homeroom with Pete and Scott,
good times with Kurt and his crue Special
thanks to my mum and to my girlfriend Mau
ood Luck to the class of 86.
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Thanks to Dave Soto a good friend, all the
Clinton Ward Miller, Jr. Remembering . . . My
best friends Eric, AI, Mel and Kirk, and all
those other special friends whom I have come
to know, l'm glad they took the time to carey
"The Next Steven Spielbergng See you at Bever-
Egurtha Marie Miller Remembering . . . Love
and guidance from my mom and dad, the fun
in vocational with Lamont, Javier, Papo, Ernie
and Cynthiag the fun with family and friends,
Deb, Rob, Cleatus, Roz, K-Love in AP, T-Rock
and Ricky: especially Tamika Miller, Des-
mond T, and Tamiko, Xina Mc.
Jacqueline Elizabeth Mitchell Remembering .
. . Love and guidance from my mum, Aunt and
Mrs. Wilsong friends like Peggy, and Jean and
my cousins Carleen and Marlene,
Nanette E. Monteleone Remembering . . , the
Love and guidance from my mother and
grandparents, my good friends and the Class
'slohnnie M. Moore' ,emembering . . . Guidance
qi? ' GP IV Track Teamg fun
times at Penn Relays 85 with Rob-Jay, Andre,
Blanton, Kennel, no-luck, that magnificent
mile relay, never forgetting my partner Pat
Smith and fun at LU, agd.-A-l-ways that special
person. Activities:,,fN,lROTC, :X-Country
Wednesday Annell Moore Remembering . . ,
Always the love and support of my family, the
girlies and fly guys around the way, maxin
with Munroe, chillin with the crew at my job
especially one particular member, never for-
getting Darlene Bagner, to everybody I left out
"Peace, Love and Happiness".
Raquel Collette Morgan Remembering . . .
Guidance and direction from family, Bro Jeff,
friends, Carmen, Judi, jan, Pat, Val, George,
Veronica, Carolyn, Faye, Tia, Craig, The Mor-
gans, JC, Tina, Sonya, April, 9th grade and voc
with Kevin, John, Tony also the Past Present
and Future, Love for Ethan D. Philips,
Sonya Monique Morgan Remembering . . . All
the love and guidance from my father and
grandparents, Aaron, mom and little sis Traci,
fun with cousins Raquel, Tina, Rita, and the
Righteous Sisters, "Everyone Sonya made it",
Love for Ronald Van Eaton.
Tina Marie Morgan Remembering . . . Love
and guidance from my family, long lasting
friendships, with Teresa, love for my cousins
JC, Sonya, Raquel, April, Timmy and joe, re-
membering the talks with Denise in HR, Yogi,
Prince, Tee-Tee, Gordy and others, the good
times the high school and Mr. Mischler,
Chris Nikki Munn Remembering . . . Wild
times with Lisa, Lisa, Donna, Sue, Liz, David,
Dennis and others, Summer of 84, Xanadus,
Donna's parties, Leather and Lace, Loch Arber,
Duran, Someone very special, "Victorian",
Omni, Cabin, Love for Mom and Dad, Loving
a - Missing Pop.
emembering . . . The
Love from Mom an Dad, Sisters Tanya and
Pam, Special friends Ienn, Kayo, Addie,
Chrissy, Steph, Lori and Annie, Memories of
Sheery Price, Dawn and Ebony, best friend
Mary Deprisco, love for my nephew jamie and
friends not mentioned but remembered.
Nellie Marie Myrtil Remembering . 4 . Love
for my family especially mom and dad, always
my sisters, talk and advice from my favorite
sister Yvrose, love for Jrmie, Tana, Tite soeur,
Fan-Fan and Moy, Great times with great
friends and all my love for poupie, jasmine,
Fifie, Mique, Gabie, Agnes Eunide.
Andre C. Nash Remembering . . , Love and
guidance from my family, good and bad times
in the high school, special friends like Wanda,
Jan, Judi, NICKY and the members of the
Class of 86, also those who l did not mention,
and Mr. Amabile - a tough coach but a winner.
Activities: JV!Varsity Football, Track,
Hazel M. Navarro Remembering . . . Good
times with "Roe", long talks with friends,
making new friends, going out and partying
with Mag and Jill, Growing up and finding
myself, love and guidance from my family
fthanks Marco and Georgej, Love for Sal, luck
to Class of 86.
Jesus Felipe Nazario, Jr. Remembering . . . The
females, parties, fights, late nights and early
mornings, the fellas throughout the years, spe-
cial friends, my Partners John, Doug and the
Click, My special relationship with Kim
Brooks, Thanks Mom for Everythingl, Lots of
Success to 86.
Merrel Neal Remembering . . . My boys from
85, chillin with my boys from 86, Daryl,
Jaimbo, Gee, Metic, Chris, Rob, Tony Brier,
wrestling every year and baseball, Time spent
with my girl Lynn and all the guidance from
my step-father, and especially the person who
means the most to me- MY MOTHER.
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Peter Nordhausen Remembering . . . John,
Carl, Jill, Rob, Dave, Tracyg The Roomg The
Flagsp Led Zepg Jaguar, British cars that don't
work, The Firm Concert: Traacyg My wonder-
ful legp Mom, Dad, Sherri, Brian,p Surfing,
Parking lots, Jackp agent orangeg the band: ani-
malsp assorted colors, the pier, Gloria.
Cheryl Oates Remembering . . . My best bu-
gout partners Nita and Eric. Love and guidance
from Mom and Dadg Eddie, Kris, Toni, Kim,
Kim, Chelle, Juan, Kelly, Maggie, Howell
friends, chilling with you, and that special
someone: my grandfather, Reverend Oates.
times with special friends Joanna Karen and
Michelle Unforgettable times with them and
my mother N YC Mr Book and finally
Graduation all the love and guidance from my
friends and family especially my mother
Janice Marie Orland Remembering Gradu
ationg Parties and crazy times wtih Lisa and
Kathyp "the Wild Women"g Me-Me and Ge-
Ge, Buggin in Hope's class,g Laughing and cry-
ing with Marisap Band practice: thoughts of
Petey Love an uidance from my mother.
jennifer J. O'Shea Remembering . . . Special
Dennis Wayne Pappa emembering . , The
g an a imesp aving fun on the DECA
trips with jen,Sue, Lori, Mic, Debg Great
Gorgeg N.Y.C.g Cherry Hill: Friends: Kurt,
Dunc, Olly and especially love for Amyg Hal-
loween 835 and my parents, Activities: Var. and
J. Var. Soccer, DECA President.
Paulette Nicole Parker Remembering . . . the
laugher and fun with good friends: Robbi, Syl-
vanni and Margaret, crazy times with Trever
and Jimmy: treasuring the love from my fam-
ilyg Pierrei Activities: Student Council, Nat.
Hon. Soc. Treas., Sen. Council Treas,, Var.
Susan Lynn Parren Remembering . . . special
friends, partyin with the boys, Mo's House,
crazy with Amy, slickness with Kel, rippen,
good times with John B and Chrissy, , The
Mobiles, cheering with Love and Jen, long
nites, special times with John, Love and pa-
tience from mom and dad. Activities: Soccer,
G.A.A., Jr. and Sen. Council, Ski Club.
Michelle Yvonne Parreott Remembering . . ,
Special and real friends, great times, Tennis
Matches, Secretaries fThank Youl, Trish tbe-
yond Beliefjg McEnroe and Martinag 227, Se-
crets told and untold, Coryg the few decent
guys, Honor Society, Maggie cruisingp Hillary
and Co., Nancy and Carol, twins: Class of '86,
Christopher Kyle Peters Remembering . . . the
good times with Duncan, Kurt, Tom, Gluck,
Barone, Chad, Olly, Boo and Dave, especially
Kim and Scheidtsg The Birds. Activities: Varsi-
ty Soccer, Wrestling.
6-A-Iired Pettitxllemembering . , . Special times
' .-- eciaifriends Eric, Clint, Michele Grace,
German class with Wiessel, Dan Lisa, Slam!,
The Graces, love and guidance from my fam-
ily, field hockey and football games, other
nighttime activities, post-game entertainment,
Post 189 with Mr. Scott, the class of 86.
George W. Pinkney Remembering . . . the
good times at the hall and at assemblies with
Faye, Carolyn, Raquel, Phillips and Washing-
tons, Hall Construction 1983, Main men:
Steve, Brian, Chris, and others, Stephanie and
Mona, jan, Judi, Robbie, and also that special
Eugene Plummer Remembering . . . Dreams
we've had, 11th grade with Rich and all the
love and guidance from my mom and dad, fun
in the 12th grade and all the support from Mr.
Ryan and Mr. Stuck, Thanks alot for getting
me a job, the fun I had working with Boo-Boo.
Henrietta Polite Remembering . . , all the guid-
ance and love from my parents and sister who
helped me make it through these last years,
also the times with my cousin Denise Wig-
gins, the laugher shared with Peggy, Lisa, Jo-
sette, Tammy, Monica, jose, Nicky and Mark,
turning back knowing you have a FRIEND.
Ioseph Matthew Price Remembering , . . Good
times and teachers, the Grove Gang, hanging
at Grimace's house, Leatherman, Karl, Jax,
Claffey gang, The airport and the moon, The
Camaro, "Tom you're a sponge", Special mem-
ories with Elizabeth, bless my mother for put-
ting up with me, memories of Sherry and the
good times she's left me.
Lenice Bianca Puryear Remembering . . . Love
from mom, dad and family, forgetting bad and
remembering good friends Denise, Denise,
Shonda, Toni, I.eTisha, lil sis Kai, tiny cuz
Tina, love for Boo McNeil, The guys of 86
especially jones, The ones I forgot I wanted to
forget. Activities: Cheering.
Toni Lynn Reid Remembering , . . Guidance
received from family, Football Cheering 84,
Friends like Kristal, Cheryl, Kim, Chelle, Ed-
die, lesus, juan, Kev, Never forgetting our
bugged out times and more to come, Special
moments with Martin A. Mannings in the
past and many more in the near future, GRAD.
Jones C. Richardson Remembering . . . The fun
in the senior high, Bugging out in Gym, Bug-
ging Rodney-n-Toi and the Puryears, night
football games, partying in Lakewood with
Brian, Darrell, Kahn, chilling with Derrick in
summer school, females, Love and guidance
from mom and pop, Class of 86 and Green
Michael R. Rickett Remembering . . . Good
times with Tom, jeff, Brian, Sandy, Kim, Car-
ol, Mickey, Michelle, Jill, Bill, and others,
Rides home with Tom and the Brat Pack, Sum-
mer festivities with Brian and Jeff, Love for
Donna and guidance from my family. Activi-
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Caren joan Ritter Remembering . . . Home-
coming 84, BS, Football and night soccer
games, French Club, National Honor Society,
junior and Senior Councils, Yearbook, Red
Dancers, Tra and Tracy, love and guidance
from my family, teachers like Mrs. Abrams
and Mrs. Conklin, West Virginia Wesleyan,
Here I come!
Steven F. Robinson Remembering . . . Guid-
ance from my family, The bugged times with
the Clique, Monroe Brothers, Ed, jadus, Eric,
Tim, Duane, Yogie, and john, Girls: Kim,
Toni, Kristal, Kelly, Kelli, and especially Jo-
Anne, Arizona 85, my Camaro. Activities: Se-
nior Class V.P., Soccer, Band.
Thomas W. Robinson Remembering . . . Good
friends: Mike, jeff, and Brian, the infamous
lunch table, beach, Shane, Donna, and Kim,
Swimming, Being abused by the Brat Pack,
love and guidance from my mom. Activities:
All Shore Band, All-State Band, Region Il
Band, Marching Band, Varsity Swimming,
Dwayne Andrew Ruddock Remembering . . .
the hard work, fun times at football games,
bugging out after lunch, the kick from the
back, My boys Steve, Carl, jadus, Eric, and
Darrin, all of the good times: Ivy Wells, bas-
ketball, the Monroe Brothers, and love and
encouragement from my family, and 86,
Shonda Madelene Rush Remembering . . . all
the fun through the years, cooling out with the
Majestic Black Females, Denise, Lenice and the
rest, love and guidance from my family, and
especially that special someone, Varsity cheer-
ing, and especially GRADUATION.
Michael Dean Salamone Remembering . . . the
good times with my best friend Tom, Motley
Crue, and Cold Heat, Saint Rose basketball
games, partying at the airport, night games,
racing at the circuit, and love and guidance
from my family.
Kathy Lynn Salamone Remembering . . . The
great times with Mary. Colleen, and JoAnn,
Summer of "BS", Key Largo, the red team danc-
ers, beach days with Col and Jo, The window,
the roof, Field Hockey, the pizzaria, Janice and
Lisa, special times with Mark, and the love and
guidance from my parents.
Judy Darlene Sanders Remembering . . .
Knowledge is a gift, An eternal flame which
burns within us, When it begins to die it takes
more than one person to build it up, Mom,
George, and Denise for helping me make the
right decisions, the years at school.
Chris J. Sarosick Remembering . . . Ernie,
Deeter, Jack, surfing the Pier with Robbie and
Chris, working with Hockenberryg "Dough-
boy"!"Cooth", all the green M8:M's I ate, the
river beach, my parents, renting my room to
the plumber, love for the Blonsel's, especially
Renee P. Savage Remembering . . . the fun
times in and out of N.H.S., the Junior High,
my one year and friends from A.P.H.S., good
friends Michelle, Derryl, Michele, Mel, Steph,
Sean, Wendy, Cheryl, Sil, Sta, Towyanna and
Delila, the Club, Mom, Jay, Johnny and Donie.
Kathleen Marie Schaar Remembering . . . old
and new friends, especially Yong Mee and
Brenda, summers past, the accident, hiding in
the wall, skiing in the rain, tennis with Cather-
ine, love and guidance from my family, Alfie.
Activities: GAA, Float Com., Ski Club.
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Miche e Lynn Schooley Remembering . . . our
rippin senior year, all-nite parties, deep dark
secrets, wild adventures with my best friend
Kathy, talks with everyone, boys from around
the way, my first car, cruisin, sneakin out,
talks with Amy, great times with Andrea, Den-
ise, and Elaine.
Todd S. Scottson Remembering . . . all the fun
on the soccer team, Thanks to John Barone and
John Cluckow for their welcoming to Nep-
tune, Homeroom with Mrs. Wise, fun times
with Paul Wyman, Duncan, Kurt, and Kyle,
John H. and his dad, my family for their love
Anita J. Settles Remembering . . . love, guid-
ance and wisdom from my grandmother, night
football games, 6th per. lunch, working at
McD's with the crew, summer of '85, wild
times in Mrs. Wise's hmrm., help from Career
Resource, quizzes in data proc. with Gina, love
for family, sister Tiffany.
April Danielle Sheffield Remembering .
love and guidance from my parents, guidance
from Mrs. Thompson, lvey's class, Dr, No's
English class, Tam and her family, Carmen,
ChrisAnn Kevin, Carl, and Tim. Activities:
Post 189, Latin Club, GAA, Debating Club, Ski
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Nathaniel Elijah Scott Remembering . . . the
good times bugging out with Malcom X, Gene
Wad and Gumby over the summerp Hanging
out with Mervin and Reggie Daye when the
lights flashed redp Most of all being best of
friends with Preston and Gene-Gene and
Chris, Doc, Steve, Warren.
Mark A. Sloss Remembering . . . Shawn, Duck,
Hubert, and all the friends I missed, bowling
with Mr. Bass, and homeroom.
Alexis A. Smith Remembering . . . all the good
times with Donna Williams fsisl, summer of 85
with Dave, getting lost in Trenton with Dave
and Greg, love and guidance from my family,
and most of all, that special person Dave
Christine Lynn Smith Remembering . . . "the
boys from around the way", summer 85, Bruce!
partyin, cruisin with Sue, wild times, laughter,
tears, long talks, GAA, Black Cheering, Vic-
tory 84! night games, buggin with cheering
squad, rippin senior yearl Doug, Barone, Kel,
love from my family. g
Kenneth A. Smith Remembering . , . all the
times with Gene, Warren, Gumbi, Danny,
How l., Shawn, Chris, Toastie, Ducky Times
with friends unmentioned, but not forgotten,
love for Mom and Dad, And lasting memories
Lois Smith Remembering . , . the most success-
ful year of the three, that special Luis in my
lifeg my girls Tarasia and Nicheleg my girls
Arelene and Roseland, Michelle, Diane, night
Patrick Ryan Smith Remembering . . . the love
and guidance l received from my familyh "the
time" and "cameo", Swinging with Noes,
Evette, Sheri, Nec, and Tracy, The fun prac-V
tices with the track teamg The fun times witl'
Johnnie Moore, and Maria Gilmeri
Tracey A. Smith Remembering . . . Yevette,
Darlene, Tiane, Tamira, Larnette, Niecy,
Keedap pep rallies, summers, being successful
in whatever I do.
Beth Ann Soles
Carl Phillip Spinner Remembering , . . Love
and guidance from my parents: Cooling out
with Tim, Kevin, Steve, jadius, Dwayne, and
Darrell: special young ladies: Tia, Samantha,
Lori, Jennifer, Terrie, Maria, Tina, Theresa,
April, Sonya, Pam, Tracy, Nadine, Addie, Ne-
cey, and Daneeng Track and R.O.T.C.
Norman Stelling Remembering . . . My never-
ending love and friendship for Bethg Mr. Ca-
fone and Hysterical Society, Herr Wiess und
Deutsch Klasseg Steve and "Warum?"g lunch
with Al, Ron, Jay, "Shiny Things", and ERlC!p
And laughs with others.
Kelvin W. Stewart Remembering . . . good and
bad times, James, jeff, Tia, Lucy, Darrell,
Keith, Ethan, Timothy Phillips, teachers: Mr.
Mischler, Mr. Baker, and others, love and
guidance from my family and the Eldersg the
class of 1986.
Bryan Stillwell '
Nancy Kay Sumrall Remembering . . . Friends:
Linda, Tracy, and Reep Great timesg Summer of
845 Kohr'sg Parties: Fun and Peoplep G.A.A.
Black Dancers 84-855 love and guidance from
my family. Activities: Student Council, C.A.A.
Council, Black Dancers, Math Team, National
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Jennifer A. Sweatt Remembering . . . Love and
support from my family, sharing seven years
of good friendship with Addie, laughing with
sis, Steph, Jackie, and Michelle, Kim Murphy,
Carl, Michelle Fitch, Denise, Paul, and all the
others, and those special moments with that
special guy in 85,
Betty Jane Tagnosky Remembering . . . Special
memories of Dad, Great times with Leni,
Christopher George, lodi Lynne, jackie, Jerry
Balletta, Mark, AJ., Debbie, and John, Kathy
and Lee, Susan and Shannon, Dawn and
George, and love for Mom,
Lori Tave Remembering . . . Special times with
Michael, Red Cheering with Sue and jen, Long
nights and long talks, Mo's, Friends: Amy,
Scott, The Boys, New York bus trip, Gradua-
tion, love and guidance from family. Activi-
ties: DECA, COOP, Junior Council, Float
Mitzi Suzanne Taylor Remembering . . . Good
times with special friends: Michelle, Sandy,
Patty, and everyone, partying, hanging out,
concerts, modeling, love for Stan, and love and
guidance from my family.
Ronald Lee Taylor Remembering . . . FLASHI,
the family, Angye, the ladies that taught me so
much: Lori, Ambition, Kris, Toni, humility,
long talks, Teresa, Competition, Tracy, Debts,
Donna, feeling for Kathy, Smile, Betty, Mrs,
Mauthe, caring, Tammy, Outgoing Sue and
Yolanda Denise Taylor emembering . . . Love
ance from my parents, love for Nana,
support from Roz and Dennis, Jykera, Dez-
mond, and Louis Perry, good times with Peggy
and Quinette, Nights out with Tammy and the
Howard W. Thomas Remembering . . . love
and guidance from my family, especially
Mom, Good times with the Crew: Gene, Ken-
ny, Preston, Shawn, Rickie, Warren, Gumby,
and Scottie, Special feelings for Tammy, Bar-
one, Gluckow, Kellie, Sue, and James. Activi-
ties: JVXV Baseball.
Cindy Ann Tirrell Remembering . . . living,
learning, and laughing with Sid, Sally, Shell,
Wendy, Lee, Dan, Luke, Susie's Girls, my se-
cret friend, my whistle, Council, Hockey, the
Rosascos, love and guidance from my family,
especially Gram, and most of all that special
Margaret Elaine Veasy Remembering , . . the
love and guidance from Mom, my best friend,
memories of Dad, my godparents, Robbi, Pau-
lette, Michele, Mia, lan, Jeff, Cheryl, and
Sheri, Shannon Douglas Hill, our three special
years with many more to come.
Michael Angel Velazquez Remembering . . .
All the good times at Neptune Senior High
School, Love and guidance from my Mom and
others, all the females through the years, get-
ting out with guys and special times with Ma-
Tammy Renee Venable Remembering . . .
good and bad times at Neptune, my bugged
out friends, April, Tammy, Kevin, lames, Hil-
lary, Terraine, Mrs. Eskridge, love and guid-
ance from my family, that special person
Mike, and the years to come,
Kathy Alisa Vernon Remembering . . . Special
moments with special friends: Jeff, Kristal,
Steve, and the Club "S", Caring for'Mike GJ
Past and future lovesg but especially my love
for my Momg Mrs. Seidel understanding, The
Class of 1986- "Take lt Lightl".
Michael Virgilio Remembering . . .Good times
with Nerz, Dumbo, Schultzer, Chris, and
Shimg the rest of the crewg summer 85, Shark
River Hillsg missions, beach partiesp Mike,
love and guidance from my family.
Lori I.. Vulgaris Remembering . . , love for
Momg Denineg Yiag long talksg Irvington with
Lisa and familyg Caprig Where's my Sambvca,
3M miles away?g New Yorklg Danceteriag Vil-
lageg Palladium, Bloomfield guysp Mark Sicolip
Gene C. Waddy Remembering , . . growing up
through good and bad timesp Ken, Warren,
Cumby, Nate, Preston, Howe, Duck, and
Shawng ladies, parties, and road trips with
Chris G,, jan, and ludig all the rest of my
'fspecial acquaintanceshg love and support
from my family.
Renee Kim Walker Remembering . . . fun
times with Donna, Daphne, Paula, Peggy, and
best friends Michelle and Diane: Tammy,
Kim, Amy, Saddie, Damean, and Briang and
love and guidance from my family.
Shawn D. Walker Remembering . . , Warren,
Kenny, Gene, Darrin, Howie, and Dannyg
jVfV Baseball, support from Nancyp stealing
second and winning games-thanks to coaches
Kibbler and O'Donnellg Mom and Dadg fun
with Mr. Monaghan and Mr. Olenik, Activi-
ties: Baseball, Band.
Darryl Keith Walton Remembering , . . Fun
times in Neptune with family and friends, es-
pecially the special timesp thanking my mother
and family for love and guidance through the
Sheri Lynn Washington Remembering . . .
Teresa, Rhonda, Frances, Yvette, Tee-Tee, Cas-
sandra, Diane, Vicki, Diane, Margaret, Mi-
chelle, Long talks with Kevin Jamesg ,Love and
guidance from my familyp and the love shared
with Troy Anthony Byrd!
Kathy Anne Wasson Remembering , , . Our
rippin' senior year: All nite parties: deep dark
secretsg special times, wild adventures with
Michelle, great times with the hockey team:
Ellie, Bong, Dee, a great coach and friend: Lom-
bardi: and love and guidance from Mom and
Dad, Activities: Field Hockey.
William D. Weck Remembering . . . the good
times: swimming: "oops"p Steve, Paul, Patti
Bray, Little sistersp Howell party, craziness
with Steve and Paul: and finally leaving Nep-
tune High School.
Cindy Anne Wells Remembering . . . my par-
ents putting up with me and still caringg Deb-
bie, Pam, Mimi, Tootie, Kim, Kelly, Joe, and
Tosha, Pam and Gary, the crew in West Philly:
Rhonda and Saundrag going to New York,
finding the real meg That Olivet, Oh Nolg espe-
cially caring for Robert Williams.
Josette M. Wheelings Remembering . . . the
love and guidance from my mother and family
who help me throughout my years in High
School, The love for my special friends Quin-
ette, Sandy, Venessa, my best friends Tee and
Theresa, Tonekag But most of all the love I
share with Kenny.
Roberta Leslie White Remembering . . . love,
patience and guidance from mom and dad,
Three years at Neptuneg True friendship from
Paulette, special times with Andrea, Kathy,
Tina, and Shari, Talks and shopping with
Margaret and Sylvanni, Past and future mo-
ments shared with Sean Blaylock.
Steven White Remembering , . . the love and
guidance from my family and the love we
share, My friend Dave the window and Bruceg
The 86 football team, Andrew, John, and Vic,
And my love for Beth. Activities: ,l.V. and Var.
Football, Indoor and Outdoor Track, Histori-
Valerie Lynn White Remembering . . . My
cousins: Wendell, Tracy, and Warrickp fun
with Tonya and Steve in Gymg and others like:
Shanah, Peggy, Robbie, Steve, Louis, Margari-
tag but especially the love and guidance from
Mom and Dad. Activities: Dolphins, mgr,
Denise Wiggins Remembering . . . all the good
timesy love and guidance from my momg
brother, grandmother, and Sue, Special love
for my one and only, Nathaniel Louis Wig-
gins, and Nathaniel lacksonp also Mom Helen,
Peg, Angela, and little Jazzy friends Dottie,
Deneen, Rhonda, and Henrietta.
Robert Wiggins Remembering . . . the good
times with Brad, subuteo, Dennis: cruising in
the boaty Key Largog Malibu, the 74 S5. Nova,
Varsity Soccer: House Partiesg my parents, My
sister: summer of 85 with Shannon, who I will
love and be with alwaysg her special caring
Mom and sister Carla Ann,
Quinettea Wiggins Remembering . . . Good
times in Neptuneg being thankful that I made
it this farp love and guidance from my mother
and close friendsg Josette, Dawn, Janece,
Kathy, Valerieg a good friend Daveg but most of
all my love for Lionel Houston.
Dana Maria Williams Remembering V. . .
friends, Partners in crime, good and bad times
with jeff Larking sympathy to those who get
Mr. Clarkg love for Tommy, and next year.
James D. Williams Remembering . , . love and
guidance from the family, best friend Chris
Gilbertg good luck partnerg cuz Rob Jaxp Cash-
mere, Cotillionp Senior Councilg N.Y.C.g a few
very special young ladiesg Collegeg with goals,
hopes and dreams for the future.
Shari Lynn Williams Remembering , . . the
good and bad times in Neptune, my friend
Ishels, the hourly talks with Boo-as-lovis and
Maurop the love and guidance from my family
Carol Ann Wilson Remembering . , . special
friends Nancy and Shawn, Vonnie, Noel and
Bro Ratt, Boodie, Tim, Michele, Michelle,
Chris, Kris, Jing, Nicole, Vicki, Prima, Amy
and Beth, the beachp laceg palm treesg WILLIE,
crammingg life with Herbertp all the love and
support from my family.
Saundra Renee Wilson Remembering . . . the
good times in the High School, love and guid-
ance from mom and dad, special sis Staceyp
loving nephew Quanie, bugged out friends,
Olivet, Rhonda, Ronnie, India, Adele, Love for
family: Yolanda, Joanne, Terri and more fun
years to come.
John A. Wolf Remembering . . . all the good
and bad times at Neptune High Schoolg Special
thanks to mom and dad for their support, my
love for Debbie who was and is always there
for meg my favorite cousin Kathy and her best
friend Susan: Michele and her problems.
Elaine Marie Wright Remembering . . . our
rippin senior year, all nite parties, great times
with great friends, especially Kathy, Dee,
Boog, Mo, and the restg Our great hockey team
and thanks to coach Lombardip Mo's parties,
special times, Eddie, long talks, driving, learn-
ing of love from mom and dad. '
Richard I. Wyche Remembering . . . the
bugged out times with Richard and Darrin and
Saundra my woman and my other woman
Denise, Kathy and her funny voice: the won-
derful support of my mother, sister Rochelle,
and my little sister Muffin.
Steven Charles Wyckoff Remembering . . . my
4 years on Neptune swim team, The great
times we had and the PARTIES, the lost togap
Fun in band, cracking on Kavin with Amy,
Beth, Tom: Summer of 85, Bradley Beach and
all the guarclsg Talks in Seide1's class with all
the notes: Friends Paul, John, Bill.
Horng S. Yang Remembering . . , the National
Honor Society, Math team, Swimming, Ten-
nis, SAT classes, Fun times with friends and
the beach this summer.
Darrin Thomas Young Remembering , . . the
fun times over the summer of 85 with Richard
1 and 2, Malcom and Ryan, Bugging out in
homeroom 242: all the lovely females of 86g
bugging out in period 5 lunch, with love and
guidance from my family.
Peggy Young Remembering . . . all the love
and support of my big sister Anglea and
brother Thang especially mom, pop, and sweet
aunt Mary: cousin Vatina Hightower and fam-
ily: Jazzie-man, little than, Nicey, Jose, Carol,
Alica, Jackie, Yolanda, Louis, Darren, and the
Denise Marie Zarro Remembering . . . our
rippin senior year: crazy times with special
friends: Mo's party houseg great times with the
hockey team, especially Kathy, Ellie, Boog
thanks to a great coach-Lombardig Love and
guidance from mom and dad, Activities: LV.
and Variity Field Hockey, Honor Society.
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Most School Spirit
Best All Around
Biggest Change Since Freshman Year Class Flirt
Victor Belgrove Vicky Elmer Patrick Smith Tammy Harvey
Wayne Rudduck Kathy Wasson John Barone Chris Sczewczyk
Most Accident Prone W Best Build
David Justus Regina DeCraffenreid John Blanton Michglle Eskridgai
Runners-up Runners-up C fi
Steven Downing A Kathy Wasson John Hendrickson Lisa B
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Sean Blaylock Cindy We11,5
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Iadus Mclntyre L Tina Morgan
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John Gluckow, Michelle Hoover
Kevin Dunbar ' Lois Smith
Richard Duck April Sheffield
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Kevin Dunbar Lisa Boyce
Most Likely To Succeed
John Gluckow Nancy Belmg
Preston McGowan Nancy Lee
Jesus Nazario Cathy Flesca
Michael Myrie Tammy Harvey
Stephen Beltle Paulette Parker
Qflandg Hare Tammy Prascella
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John Gluckow Kellie Martin
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Standing: Mr. Thomas Brusky, Mr. Richard Springer. Seated: Mrs. Janice
Sweeney, ppgarhart, Mrs. Janet Smith, Mrs. Rosalie Coleman.
Mr. joseph T. Ryan
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Board Of Education
Standing: Dr. V.J.W. Christie, Mr. Robert E. West, Mr. Donald Beekman, Mr.
Lawrence O'Neil, Mr. James I-Iundley, Mr. Arthur Martin, Mr. Nicholas CA.
Puleio. Seated: Mrs. Katheryne Moore, Mrs. Susan Weber, Mrs. Elizabeth
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Top: Principal's Secretary, Mrs. Gloria
Stahley. Top right: Athletic Secretary,
Mrs. Joan Burke. Above: Guidance Sec-
retaries: Mrs. Connie Liotti, Mrs. Rita
Smith. Middle right: School Nurses:
Mrs. Rosemary Blaney, Mrs. Virginia
Reinach. Right: Main Office Secretaries:
Mrs. Anne Pornino, Miss Patricia
Kurdewan, Mrs. Doris Savacool.
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right: School Psychologist, Mr. Barry Silver. Middle
left: Security Officers: Mrs. Thelma Braggs, Mr.
Frank Canetto. Above: Job Placement Secretary,
Mrs. Eunice Mauthe. Left: Custodians: Front row:
Head Custodian, Mr. Pat Petillo, Mr. Robert Wat-
son, Mrs. Frances Perry, Mr. Eugene Plummer, Mr.
Gregory Bacon, Mr. Vincent Newland, Mr. Shirley
Thompson, Mr. Famous Walker, Mr. William Ben-
nett, Mr. Jospeh Burke.
Top: Paul Cell shows his skill in dissecting a cat. Top
right: Denise Aleman, Mike Carey, and Jason Blum test
the effects of obstacles on waves in the ripple tank. Above:
"I knew it was going to be a bad day!" Right: Mrs. Crewell
helps jeff Brainard, Larry Butterfield, and l-lorng Yang
work the ripple tank.
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Techniques Taught B The Finest
Neptune High School
students have the advan-
tage of learning from out-
standing science teachers.
Over the years many of the
teachers have acquired
such awards as Monmouth
County Teacher of the
Year, an award presently
held by physics teacher
Mrs. Crewell. Mr. Scott,
who teaches chemistry,
was voted the most out-
standing teacher in the
state by the New Jersey
Science Teacher Associa-
tion in 1972 and Mr. Mon-
aghan was awarded the
Chemistry Teacher of the
Year award in 1982.
Our teachers also work
away from school to keep
themselves up on the sci-
entific techniques. Por in-
stance, Mr. Monaghan is
in charge of running spe-
cial classes at Monmouth
College for both teachers
and students. He is also on
the Chicken-Pea Circuit, a
dinner held for chemists
from this district. Mr. Bru-
no, a fine teacher of Biolo-
gy who earned his Masters
Degree in Physiology from
Rutgers University, has
been working for the Na-
tional Oceanic and Atmo-
spheric Administration as
a field technican. He also
belongs to a group that
runs tests for detecting
metals in the sea beds and
water of the Atlantic
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Top: Mr. Monaghan shows Arlene Sculthorpe and
Chrissy Hulsart how to put the sulfur and copper
in the test tube. Left: Mr. Monaghan corrects Reg
gie Daye as Reggie prepares to heat the mixture and
create hydrogen. Above: Jennifer Handley checks
her notes before starting the experiment.
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Guilt Gr ot? You Decide
You've been chosen to be a mem-
ber of the jury for the "United
States vs. James Snodgrass" mur-
der trial. lfirst, a little about the
case. On the night in question, the
victim Bob Burley was shot to
death by the defendant. What you,
the jury, must decide is whether
Mr. Snodgrass shot Mr. Burly in
self-defense, or whether it was
cold-blooded, premeditated murder
This was the task set before the
participants in a Mock Trial com-
petition. Students took on the roles
of attorneys, witnesses and jurors
to try to prove that their point of
view was feasible while the other
school's was not.
The students participated in a re-
gional competition at the Freehold
County Court House, and winners
went on to compete at the State
Tournament at the New Jersey Su-
preme Court in Trenton.
The advisors for Neptune's
Mock Trial program, Mr. Edward
Moskal and Mr. Charles Brod-
water, put a lot of time and energy
into helping students understand
more about the justice system.
They coached the students on
proper questioning techniques and
helped them gain a general respect
and understanding of how the
court system works.
Top right: Christina Torsiello presents her side of a case
to her class. Center: Members of the competing Mock
Trial team perform part of their case during Open House.
Far right: Mr. Moskal critiques the students' perfor-
mance. Right: Kimble Cannon, Jason Blum, and Denise
Aleman of the prosecution listen to testimony from the
defense. Above: Thomas West answers questions at the
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Top left: Mr. Dunshee confers with Mrsfjanice Sweeney
and Mr. William Moore. Above: Mr. Terranova offers his
help. Left: Mr. Puleio brings a financial matter to Mr.
Dunshee's attention. Lower left: Secretary Mrs, McGirr
helps her new boss get through piles of paperwork.
Neptune Township School System has a new Superintendent. Mr.
Roy E. Dunshee, the former principal of the Junior High School, was
chosen to replace Dr. Christie. The responsibilities of the job are
varied from day to day, but basically, Mr. Dunshee is overseer of
everything that goes on. He is the chief officer of the district respon-
sible for all educational programs, staff, buildings, students, and the
twenty-one million dollar budget appropriated for the Neptune
Mr. Dunshee enjoys the variety of his job. No two days are exactly
alike and that helps to keep boredom from setting in and making the
job unpleasant. He does, however, miss working in a school at times.
He enjoys being where the action is.
One message he wished to convey to the students of Neptune
Senior High School was this: "Your high school years are the best
years of your life. Do not waste them. Make every moment count
and be the best you can because there is no going back." Heed well
this advice for it will take you far if you will let it.
New Teachers Add To Academic Excellence
At the beginning of the school year,
ten new teachers joined the high
school's staff. Coming from a wide
variety of backgrounds, they added to
the academic and athletic excellence
that our school strives for. One of
these new teachers, Mr. Patrick Keefe,
is the job developer of the newly cre-
ated Business-Industry Advisory
Council. Mr. Keefe hopes to help this
district become even more competi-
tive in vocational preparation.
Another teacher new to the high
school is Mrs. Slater, a graduate of
Hampton and Columbia Universities.
This year she assumed the job of
chorus director after holding a similar
position in the Junior High for the
Above: Mrs. Sharin teaches her class about fractions. Top
right: Ms. Ruth assists two of her volleyball students.
Right: Mrs. Strauch enjoys a cold coke. Far right: Miss
Newman stirs enthusiasm among her students.
last 13 years. She believes that while
procedures may vary from school to
school, teaching young people is al-
ways the same.
A new addition to the Science Dept.
was Mr. Habeck, who brought a wide
variety of teaching experience to the
school. His main goals are to develop
a science program to meet the needs of
the applied biology students and es-
tablish himself as both a fair and re-
Mrs. Sharin, a graduate of Georgian
Court, was a new recruit into the
Math Dept. Having enjoyed her first
teaching experience, she hopes to
teach her future students to have a
positive attitude toward their educa-
tion, especially in math-
One of the more publicized new
math teaches was Mr. Amabile, who
lead the Pliers to the completion of a
highly successful season. Another
coach, Miss Ruth, joined the Phys. Ed.
Dept. and hopes to continue coaching
field hockey while pursuing a mas-
ters. Gymnastics Coach Scola 'also
joined the Phys. Ed. staff.
Other new teachers this year in-
cluded Miss Newman who was active
in the development of the Program of
Optional Learning, Mrs. Strauch, a
mid-year replacement in the English
Dept., and Mrs. Smith, the new Latin
W, -gy ,.
Top: Ms. Scola shows her gym class what they earned.
Middle left: Mrs. Smith corrects Mike Jones' notebook.
Below: While working in the library, Mr. Keefe assists
Gina Amadruto. Bottom left: Mr. Habeck takes atten-
dence in one of his biology classes. Bottom middle: Mrs.
Slater perfects a note for the chorus. Bottom right: Coach
Amabile confers with football player Andre Nash.
4 Seniors Excel
Neptune High School has prided itself
on the achievements of its former and
present students for many years. Often,
these students are recognized for only a
moment and then are forgotten in the
annals of the school. We would like to
recognize the outstanding merit of four
seniors of the class of '86.
John Gluckow: "Outstanding" can be
compared to a quote by Emerson which
John read: "Good and bad are but names
very readily transferable to that or this."
John added, "The only thing that makes
someone outstanding is how others ac-
cept his or her achievements. Most ev-
eryone is outstanding and should be
proud of it." As liaison to the State Board
of Education, John represented the stu-
dents weuf His main goal was to buud
school pride. Former Student C0uI1Cil
President Kevin Marks was his gr6a'f6St
inspiration, although through his Own
experiences, John met many new people
who contributed to his success. He found
that the only difference between others
and himself was, as he put it, "I use the
resources I have, I go after things. If ev-
eryone were involved, the school would
be a much better place. We wouldn't be
able to name students 'outstanding' be-
cause everyone would realize the great
person he or she is."
Tom Robinson: Another outstanding
member of the senior class also brought
distinction to Neptune High School.
Tom's aspirations became reality when
, iAbove:,Steve-,Etz prepares alltlie-.paper work to take the S.A.T. to' t
,improve upcfn his almost perfect scored Above Right: Nancy Sumrall,
52 ,V', MonmoutlifCounty Junior Miss, displays' her poise that won her the I
f ftiflefifherreceived a savings bondfand a five. hundred dollar scholarship. I
Right: Tom Robinson practices a difficult piece
to really sharpen his skill. Tom has worked
hard to be accepted by the bands that he be-
longs to. He strove, this year, to be a better
trumpet player, and to be the best in Mon-
his brother gave him his trumpet. Tom
became interested in music and contin-
ued improving his talent. His achieve-
ments began when, as a seventh grader,
he made All Shore Band, of which he
remained a member. In eighth grade he
became a member of the Region II Sym-
phonic Band and stayed with the group
throughout high school. Tom was also a
member of All State Band, the Gover-
nor's School of the Arts, Monmouth Col-
lege Band and Monmouth College Hon-
ors Band. He worked hard to be selected
to each of these bands- not an easy task
Steven Etz: Neptune proudly ac-
knowledges its scholastic award win-
ners, and Steve was one of them. Scoring
exceptionally high on the S.A.T. or Col-
lege Board exams, Steve qualified for the
Cwovernor's School, a program offered to
very advanced students. He was also a
semifinalist for the National Merit
Scholarship, an award offered to only a
select few. Steve represented our school
in several science fairs, worked on his
class councils, and contributed to the
National Honor Society. In all, Steve
worked hard to make the school a better
Nancy Sumrall: In Nancy's case, "out-
standing" went above and beyond the
"normal" high school student's sched-
ule. She worked long and hard to become
1986's Monmouth County Junior Miss.
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Nancy was awarded a ssoo college schol-
arship and a S50 savings bond for the
Monmouth County Division of the Pag-
eant. She then went on to Cherry Hill,
representing Moumouth County in the
state-wide pageant where she competed
for the title of Miss New Jersey. Al-
though she did not win at this level, her
spirits remained high. She explained the
judging for the event: "lt's not a beauty
pageant. lt's based on scholastic achieve-
ments, interviews, physical fitness,
poise, appearance and talent." A member
of the National Honor Society, Nancy
also earned scholastic merit, participat-
ing with the Student Council, Math
Team, Science Seminar and Mock Trial.
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Above Left: John Gluckow at a State Board of Education
meeting. He has spent many long hours working to represent
the State Student Council in its endeavors. Above: John
Gluckow, Student Council President, helps out by working in
the office during his free time. He sees each new experience as
a challenge which he is determined to overcome. Left: Tom
Robinson poses for a few "fan" pictures. He has done well in
the bands that he belongs to. A member of Monmouth Col-
lege Honors Band, he is working to be the best trumpet
player in New Jersey. Who knows? He may even become as
famous as Bruce Springsteen. Tom is already about one third
of the way up the "ladder of success."
Upper right: Science Seminar 1985-86. Upper left: Mr. Mona-
ghan assists Nancy Sumrall on the Spec-20. Above: Dave Em-
mons works on an electrical project. Right: Mrs. Crewell advises
Hubert Clay on the use of the computer.
Top left: Brian Sturzione videotapes a practice interview between Mrs. Conklin and
Henrietta Polite during a session in Cooperative Home Economics QCHEJ. Above
right: Wednesday Moore knocks at the door of opportunity in CHE. Middle: Students
in Mr. Archer's science class observe their experiment. Above: Raquel Morgan, Pat
Smith and Mike Hartnett are assisted by Mr. Archer in the Thermal Expansion of
Science Seminar Offers
Neptune High School students who wish to do
individual scientific research can enroll in Sci-
ence Seminar, a course that allows the student to
do his or her research under the supervision of
top science and math teachers in our school.
In this course, students are instructed on the
proper format for research papers. They are also
encouraged to enroll in such contests as the Ju-
nior Science Symposium held at Monmouth Col-
lege, Stockton State College Science Fair or Wes-
tinghouse Science Talent Search.
The teachers involved are Mr. Dever, Mr. Bass,
Mrs. Crewell and Mr. Monaghan. Mrs. Rosalie
Coleman-7 Supervisor of Instruction in the sci-
ence department is overseer of all projects and
The students include Steve Etz, who is creating
a computer program which will print out com-
plete concentric circles, whereas other programs
have left them incomplete, Hubert Clay, who is
devising new, more innovative ways to commu-
nicate with computers by using such techniques
as voice-activation, Nancy Sumrall, who is test-
ing different soil samples, and john Hendrick-
son, who is studying the effects of pollution on
the growth of blue-green algae.
"Some of the contest entry questionnaires get a
little personal," said Nancy Sumrall. But general-
ly the teachers and students enjoy the new dis-
coveries made with the projects. Each student is
supervised by one teacher and there is a different
teacher for every student. This is to insure that
the student gets the full attention of the teacher
and the teacher can expect the very best from the
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Mr. Walter Baker Mr. Amos Bass
Industrial Arts Mathematics
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Mr. Joseph Bongiovanni
Mr. Charles Brodwater Mrs. Janice Brown
Mr. Ralph Bruno
Mr. Harry Bublin
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Mrs. Regina Coan Mr. Edgar Coffey Mrs. Diane Coleman Mrs. Patricia Conklin
Home Economics Mathematics Resource Room Home Economics
Miss Brenda Cook Mr. Gene Cory
Mrs. Diana.Dancyger Mr' Dever Mr. Meola explains to Clark Mitchell the drafting procedures needed
English Sclence for his assignment.
Mrs. Helene Downey Mr. Raymond Everett
Mr. Heino Habeck Mr. Donald Hopkins
Mrs. Kay Jannarone Mr. Marc Kavin
Business Education Music-Humanities
Mr. Patrick Keefe
OSR job Developer
Mr. Greg Knox
Mrs. Shirley Gilmore Mr. Stephen Grayer
Mr. Apicelli poses for a picture with Ms. Kurdewan.
Mrs. Linda Kornegay
Mr. Joseph LaCasse
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Mrs. Mildred Quigley Mr. Walter Ruby Miss Jennifer Ruth
Business Education Marching Band Director Physical Education
Mr. Joseph Sandifer Mrs. Noel Savini Mrs. Janice SCBIQS
Industrial Arts Compensatory Education Compensatory Education
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Miss Mary Kay Scola
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Music English Eng 'sh-Foreign Language Physical Education
Mrs. Lorraine Thompson Mrs. Earlene Toran
Mr. Stuck takes a break' Mr. David Traub Mr. James Whitson
Job Placement Humanities-English
Below: Senior Donna Williams displays her
artwork. Right: Seniors: Alfred Pettit, Jennifer
Henry, Sean Blaylock, Stacey Clay, and Michele
Parreott hand out pamphlets for parents at
w-me ' ' kiigag
Above: Mr. Ryan and Mr Moskal. Right: Deb-
bie lernee talks to parents about plans for this
To mark the beginning of another
school year at Neptune, the high school
hosted an Open House for parents and
friends on November 21. Parents were
greeted by members of the National
Honor Society who handed out pam-
trial in the cafeteriag drills by the ROTC
cadets in the gymp and many other activ-
ities led by students and faculty.
The high school staff, particularly the
coordinators of the event-Mr. Apicelli,
Mrs. Gilmore and Miss Scott-were
phlets and schedules describing the eve-
ning's events. Parents were encouraged
to visit their children's teachers.
Throughout the school exhibits of stu-
dent work were a highlight. Displays of
calligraphy and art were shown in the
hallsp pottery in the art roomg slides of
homecoming in the tardy roomp a mock
pleased with the number of parents who
turned out to see the programs offered.
On their part, the parents expressed
pleasure over their warm welcome and
the opportunity to learn a little bit more
about the school their young people
Top left: Mr Deluca and Mr. Grob. Top right:
ROTC Drill team demonstrate their marching
techniques for the parents at Open House. Bot-
tom left: AnnMarie D'Agostino instructs Miss
Ruth on how to make a basket as Miss Colon
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Below: The ROTC color guard lead the parade.
Right: King john Gluckow and Queen Kellie
Right: Junior Council members group in front
of their winning float. Above: The Neptune
Marching Band is led by the baton twirlers.
Although showers forced the Home-
coming festivities to be postponed until
Sunday, November 17, the wait was well
worth it because the weather on that day
was terrific, and Neptune fans were
wholeheartedly behind their football
team. Since the beginning of Neptune's
Homecoming tradition, the festivities
have always begun with a parade start-
ing at the high school and ending at the
football field. Participation in the parade
included, and still includes, the ROTC
Color Guard, the marching band, the
twirlers, the class floats, and of course,
the King and Queen and their court.
This year the overall theme for Home-
coming was "Glory Daysf' Each class
enthusiastically chose its own title with
respect to the overall theme. The sopho-
more council chose "Childhood," an
amusing and creative look into our
childhood years, "The Fabulous Fifties"
was chosen by the senior council, while
the juniors, who ended up victorious,
chose "The Roaring 2O's."
A focal point of the festivities was the
football game against Middletown
South. With all of Neptune's class spirit,
Middletown South knew it had a rough
game ahead. Although they put up a
good fight, Middletown South couldn't
even dent our team's enthusiasm and de-
termination. The end result was, once
again, a Neptune victory, with an over-
whelming score of 35 - 7.
Top left: Judges look over the sophomore float.
Above: Senior Council with their float. Left:
Sophomore Council with their float.
Right: The Color Cwuard of the NJROTC dis-
plays its true colors at UN Day Ceremonies.
Below: Master Chief Robbins presents Angela
jones with her Cadet of the Month Award.
Above: Master Chief Robbins and Ambassador
Cavan Hogue discuss the ceremony while Ash-
ley Hogan looks on. Right: Mr. Ryan and Am-
bassador Hogue inspect the cadets.
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Following tradition, Neptune host-
ed another foreign diplomat for its an-
nual United Nations Day. Held on
October 23, this annual event was
sponsored by the NJROTC cadets,
whose work and efforts do not go un-
noticed bythe student body, and coor-
dinated by Mr. Ed Moskal. During
Ambassador Hogue's review of the
troops, Angela Jones was presented
with the Cadet of the Month Award
for outstanding merit.
Each year proves to be a learning
experience for all, and this year was
no different. The featured speaker,
Ambassador Cavan Hogue, Deputy
Permanent Representative to the Per-
manent Mission of Australia, ad-
dressed the group, discussing rela-
tions between the United States and
Australia as well as the pride that the
United States and Australia have in
their armed forces.
Above left: Ambassador Hogue addresses the
assembly. Above: Cadets greet Ambassador
Cavan I-logue at UN Day ceremonies. Left:
Neptune students are intently fixed on the Am-
Thrills And Spills At Lake Placid
On February 28th the Ski Club be-
gan its annual ski trip, arriving at
beautiful Lake Placid and the Holiday
Inn after an eight hour bus trip. Be-
fore they had even unpacked, most of
the skiers put on bathing suits and
headed for the pool and hot tubs. Oth-
er enthusiasts suited up in sweats and
worked out in the weight room. By
midnight, all had been chased back
into their rooms.
At 6 o'clock the next morning the
skiers were faced with two choices-
not orange juice or grapefruit, but Big
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Above: Andee Morozowsky and Stefanie Brand, bun-
dled up to the Max, await the ski lift. Above right:
Onward we go into the snow. Right: A view from the
lift of Whiteface Mountain, the Adirondack range fills
Whiteface or Little Whiteface. Both
breathtaking mountains proved to be
a challenge, and mishaps and spills
were common. Colleen Coyne was a
little late to react to the wild skier who
plowed her right over, and Sue Parren
and Katie Donahue broke their ski
poles4on the chair lift!
After six hours of "fun-filled" ski-
ing, the group headed down to the
town of Lake Placid where they saw
the rinks and ski jump used in the
On Sunday, the skiing started early
again, and several adventurous skiers
headed for the top of Little Whiteface.
Poor Amy Marsh took a few spills on
her way down one of the expert hills,
and Scott Atkins got hooked fliterallyj
on both skiing and the chair lift, tear-
ing his pants right in half.
After another six hours of skiing, it
was time to pack up for the long ride
home. Sue Parren, Kathy Wasson and
Elaine Wright relieved everyone's
boredom on the bus ride by making
up Ashley I-Iogan into the school's
biggest punk rocker.
Above left: Kathy Wasson and Elaine Wright give a look while enjoying their chair lift ride.
Above right: Mrs. Conklin shows a slight sign of difficulty regaining her previous position.
Above: The local drop spot - Whiteface base lodge. Right: Katie Donahue "pigs out" before
heading out to the slopes.
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Back row: Vatina Hightower, Shannon Thompson, Sean Blaylock, Cheryl Peterson,
Paulette Parker, jason Harris, Lee Polisano, Kenny Orr, Diane Patterson, Michelle
Schooley, Tom O'Toole, Andrea jones. Second row: Colleen Waddell, Lisa Steinbach,
AnneMarie Blaney, Sylvanni Driver, Kevin Dunbar, john Hendrickson, Hubert Clay,
jennifer Strassberger, Kim Harris, Kathy Brainard, Carolyn Furbeck, Tracy Voorhees,
Advisor Mr. Hopkins. Third row: jason Blum, Kimble Cannon, john Cluckow, Preston
McGowan, Richard Hogan, Denise Aleman, Paul Cwell, jennifer Balinsky, Kris Asay,
Rhonda Mann. Front row: Lynn Adams, Kathy Isacson, Natalie Consentino, Stephanie
DeAngelis, Nancy Beling, Nancy Sumrall, Sally Amatelli, Nashon Hornsby.
Advisor Mr. Hopkins, Corresponding Secretary jennifer Balinsky, President john
Gluckow, Vice President Sean Blaylock, Recording Secretary Colleen Waddell, Treasurer
Lee Polisano. ,
Right: Kim Luciano and Kimble Cannon add up their profits from the Halloween
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Back row: Paul Cell, Preston McGowan, Chris Gilbert, Stephen Beltle, Steven Etz, Steve
Robinson, james Williams. Middle row: Susan Parren, Kim Brooks, Michelle Schooley,
Toni Reid, Hubert Clay, Rhonda Mann, John Hendrickson, Paulette Parker, Cheryl
Oats, Patricia Conklin, advisor. Front row: Caren Ritter, Robin Bagwell, Nancy Lee,
Nancy Beling, Yong Mee Chang, Kevin Dunbar, Sylvanni Driver, Judi Cornelious,
Officers: Secretary Chris Gilbert, President judi Cornelious, Treasurer Paulette Parker,
Vice President Steve Robinson, Advisor Patricia Conklin.
Left: Preston McGowan works at the Senior Council cotton candy booth at the Hallow-
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Back row: Lisa Linder, Barry Bacon, Tom Papanikolas, David Durkac, Richard Hogan,
Jason Harris, Clark Mitchell, Wendell Muldrow. Middle row: jamie Vitelle, Annie
Blaney, Mia jones, JoAnn jarmer, Stefanie Brand, Keith Puryear, Cassandra Patterson.
Front row: Lisa Steinbach, Kim Corbo, Marcia Willcens, Jennifer Ruding, Tawhesia
Beatty, Lori Nauden, Lori Huber, Shannah Clarrit.
Officers: Secretary Lori Huber, Vice President Lisa Steinbach, Treasurer Annie Blaney,
President Wendell Muldrow.
Right: Colleen Coyne mans the Class of '87 booth.
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Back row: Natalie Cosentino, Roger Young, Kenny Orr, John jackson, Diane Patterson,
Amy Felton, Joe Gentile. Middle row: Jennifer Strausberger, Pam Robinson, Lynn
Adams, Kathy Isacson, Diana Simmen, Shannon Thompson, Advisor Mrs. Kornegay.
Front row: Donna Green, Collette Payne, Patti Bray, Kathy Brainard, Kim Harris, Tracy
Officers: President Lynn Adams, Vice President Kathy Isacson, Corr. Secretary Natalie
Cosentino, Treasurer Diane Patterson, Advisor Mrs. Kornegay.
Left: Members of the Sophomore Float Committee.
To The Top Again
Once again Post 189 did itself
proud. All 35 brave enough to at-
tempt the climb made it to the top
of Mt. Tamnany. All but the walk-
ing wounded followed Post tradi-
tion and traversed Dunfield Creek
without using the bridge. This was
a difficult task since the only other
way was across the slippery rocks
in the pouring rain. All the first-
timers had no idea what was still
ahead of them but Bryan Stillwell,
the Post's responsible President,
led the group through the most
difficult spots. Only when Bryan
stopped to assist others up the rock
wall did the five "wild ones" as Mr.
Scott called them, take off, led by
Gary Beling and Paul Ercolino, for
a relentless race to the top. Miss
Scott's group was far from the first
to arrive at the top, but it was cer-
tainly among the most enthusias-
tic. The heroes of the trip were
Clark Mitchell and Gary Beling,
who unselfishly and with great loss
of breath, were able to save a conti-
gent from becoming lost while
maintaining their position among
the "wild ones."
Above: Mr. Scott and the "Wild Ones." Top
right: Enthusiasm grew during the entire trek
to the top. Middle: We did it! Right: At the
top-rest and relaxation rules.
Top: The unsuspecting troop-little did they know what was
ahead of them. Above: President Stillwell briefs the crew
before the march.
Home Economics Related
Back Row: Michele Dickerson, Angel Rodri-
guez, Kay McNair, Mitzi Taylor, Beth Crad-
dock, Brian Sturzione, Rhonda Mason, Kim
Murphy, Mrs. Conklin, Advisor. Front Row:
Henrietta Polite, Sabrina Davis, Denise Wig-
gins, Robin Bagwell, Wednesday Moore, Mary
DePrisco, Jennifer O'Shea, Betty Tagnoski,
Students Against Drunk
Back Row: Kim Baker, Denise Bauter, Annette
Cray, Rich, Duck, David Graham, Jeff Point.
Front Row: Dawn Brown, Shondell Bouie, Jodi
Stark, Lisa English, Kim Meyers.
Back Row: Kalvin Stewart, Barbara Best, Ron
Holland, Yolanda Taylor, Darrin Young. Front
Row: Kevin Dunbar, Steve Edmonds, Wanda
Howard, John Geddie.
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Back Row: Ann Marie D'Agostino, Lori Tave,
Dennis Pappas, Sandy Brown, Chris Sterna-
dore, Karen Catzmer, Francis Hill, Mrs. Kay
lannarone. Middle Row: Tracy Abrams, Kathy
jelliff, Beth Soles, Lori Vulgaris, Tracey Swan-
nack, April Lane, Dorothy Polite, Michelle Ber-
nard. Front Row: jennifer Leech, Maria Car-
rino, Debbie Gray, Fayth Newell, Sandy Smith,
Angie Truax, Chris Gorman, Denise Colon,
Back Row: George Pinkney, Cathy Vernon,
Cindy Wells, Deidra Casem, Teresa Mayes.
Middle Row: Cindy Calderone, Jackie Botbyl,
Veronica Session, Ron Taylor, Mrs. Quigley.
Front Row: Tina Morgan, Maura Ailcins, Ter-
Johnnie Moore, Advisor, Mr. Martin, Nedley
Gray, Juan Miti.
Back Row: Tricia Wright, Regina Brown,
Lisa Linder, Deidre Richardson, Velda
Mclieller, Beth Berry, Michelle Davis,
Crystal Floyd, Vida Cornelious. Front
Row: Sheila Corbin, jennifer O'Neil.
Right: Twirler Captains, Shondell Bouie,
Dee Lewis. Far Right: Swing Flag Cap-
tains, Sheila Corbin, Jennifer O'Neil.
Back Row: Robbie White, Yasmin
Guerra, Sylvia Beverette, Nora Poitras.
Front Row: Dee Lewis, Tawana Hunter,
Phyllis Beverette, Shondell Bouie.
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Debbie Williams, Tracy Brooks. Front
row: Stacey Burdin, Monica Lee, Juanita
Harper, Rita McCline, Daneen Scott.
Far left: Tall Flags Captains, Nichelle
Tate, Dawn Howard. Left: Nicole Coo-
per, Margarita Lewis.
Back row: Yvonne Mitchell, Monica
Rogers, Donyale Hicks. Second row:
Toneka Wheelings, Mia Jones, Kerrie
Waddy, Vesa Moseley. Third row: Lisa
Rodriguez, Marcia Wilkins, Cassandre
Beatty, Nicole Bennett, Kim Martin.
Front row: Margarita Lewis, Nicole
Back row: Manager Nicole Evans,
Gene Waddy, Warren Albert, Shawn
Walker, Ron Lott, Director Walter
Ruby. Middle row: Nate Scott, Joe
Gentile, James Vincent, Drum Major
Nochus Berry, Laurie Henderson,
Jeanette Pritchett, Charles Hulse.
Front row: Derrick Webb, Sheri Fish-
er, Kris Willard, Janice Pritchett,
Marcus Macon, Elma Militante.
Cheering Captains: Shonda Rush,
Top row: JoAnn Jarmer, Denise
McNair, Melanie Reed, Keith Pur-
year, ' Vanessa. Austin , Mia Wells,
Judi Cornelious, Monica Monolio,
Lori Nauden, Chrissy Smith. Front
row: Kim Brooks, Shonda Rush.
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Back row: Kurt Dafeldecker, Lori
Tave, Paul Mercer, Richard Hogan,
Chris Gilbert, Shaun Coleman, Jo-
anne jarmer, Tammy Stoye. Second
row: Mr. Knox, Advisor, john Hen-
dricksen, Kimble Cannon, Margaret
Veasey, Kim Connors, Kyle Peters,
Hubert Clay, Lisa Steinbach, Steph-
anie Hall, Dina Juliano, Mrs. Mer-
tens, Advisor. Third row: Terri Sadler
Dawn Graham, james Orzekowski,
Steve Pucci, Brenda Lowe, Todd jel-
lift, Scott Atkins, Carla Brown,
Anessa GwynWilliams, jill Steel, Mi-
chelle Volbreckt. First row: Kathy
Wasson, Amy Kallestad, Susan Par-
ren, Katie Donahue, Anrea Morow-
zowsky, Kim Morcom, Amy Marsh,
Stephanie Brand, Lori Huber, Kim
Back row: Wendell Muldrow, Kyle
Peters, Doug Martin, Amy Marsh,
Clark Mitchell, Chris Hulsart, Ned-
ley Gray, Sheila Corbin, Paul Erco-
lino, Richard Hogan, Al Pettit, Tom
Papanikolas, Kimble Cannon, Steve
Blecki, Charles Bailey, Pat Smith,
Mark Sloss, Daniel Roberts. Second
row: Wendy Johnson, Kim Morcom,
Chrissy Lukosious, Amy Kallestad,
Tammy Love, Gary Beling, Johnese
Dorsey, Raymond Olsen, Jeff Nar-
cisco, Kathy Brainard, Jennifer
Strassburger, Bryan Stillwell, Mr,
Scott, Advisor. Third row: Cindy Tir-
rell, john Rosasco, Kim Baker, Den-
ise Bauter, Sue Parren, Shondell
Bouie, Cheryl James, Jeff Narciso,
Sandy Smith, jen Balinsky, Sally
Amatelli, Jodi Stark. Fourth row:
Colleen Coyne, Dan Flaherty, Jamie
Vitelli, Tawana Hunter, Nancy Bel-
ing, Lynn Beerbower, Andrea Daugh-
erty, Kim Forsyth, Karen Rowland,
Susan Bartley, Tracy Voorhees. Front
row: Stephanie Brand, Katie Dona-
hue, Andrea Morozowski, Kathy
Wasson, Stephanie DeAngelis, Elaine
Wright, Jennifer Flesca, jennifer
Handley, Tee Beatty, Marsha Wil-
kins, Mia jones.
Back row: John Gluckow, Preston
McGowan, Gene Waddy, Warren Al-
bert, Steve Beltle, Michelle Parreot.
Jennifer Henry, Paulette Parker,
Horng Yang, Paul Gell, Amish Patel.
Middle row: Carol Wilson, Michelle
Eskridge, Cindy Tirrell, Kathy Was-
son, Michelle Schooley, Sean Blay-
lock, Steve Etz, Steve Downing, Nan-
cy Sumrall, Hubert Clay, Chris
Heisig. Front row: Elaine Wright,
Nancy Lee, Stacey Clay, Chrissy
Smith, Denise Zarro, Sylvanni Driv-
er, Nancy Beling, john Hendrickson,
Rhonda Mann, Tracy Abrams, Mi-
Back row: jeff DeAngelis, Bill Beck,
Advisor Mr. Moskal, Richard Hogan,
Gary Beling, Kimble Cannon, Jason
Blum. Front row: Denise Aleman,
Colleen Waddell, Annette Gray, Lori
Tave, Kellie Martin, Dawn Lubecke.
Back row: Clarke Mitchell, Norman
Stelling, Robert Cottrell, Steve
White, Annette Gray, Christina Hei-
sig, Advisor Mr. Cafone. Middle row:
.Beth Craddock, Victor Belgrove, Ray-
mond Olsen, Richard Dodd, Anne
Marie Blaney, Gary Beling. Front
row: Colleen Coyne, Sally Amatelli,
Kim Connors, Denise Bauter, Jason
Blum, Andrea Morozowsky.
Back row: Jadus McIntyre, Chris Sar-
osick, Mike Paduano, Advisor Mr.
Herbert. Middle row: Linda Dixon,
Robert johnson, Rhonda Mann,
Rhonda Joyner. Front row: Tina Ma-
cey, Hazel Navarro.
Back Row: Amish Patel, Paul Erco-
lino, Richard Hogan, Tom Papaniko-
las, Steven Etz, Horng Yang. Middle
Row: Kimble Cannon, John Hen-
drickson, Hubert Clay, Advisor: Mr.
Grayer. Front Row: Nancy Sumrall,
and Nancy Beling.
Back Row: Jackie Jones, Michelle
Hoover, Keith Howie, Charea john-
son, Tracy Coleman, Steven Beltle,
Carl Spinner, Shannon Robinson,
Tammy Harvey, Erika Stapler. Mid-
dle Row: Janine Bedford, Dionne
Jones, Robin Bagwell, Jay Kupi-
sioski, Tim Johnson, Kevin Dunbar,
Kim Alexander, Annie Blaney, An-
drea Jackson, Advisor, Mrs. Slater.
Front Row: Tasha Emanuele, Jodi
Myrick, Tanya Walker, Quinette
Wiggins, Michelle Smith, India
Riller, Shonda Rush, Tisa Brown,
Tina Macey, Theresa Best.
Back Row: Advisor, Mr. Mixson,
Catherine Plesca, Annette Cray, Ray-
mond LePree, Maria Antoine. Middle
Row: Christina Heisig, Kathleen Dai-
ley, Elizabeth Marthone, Uduak Ino-
kon, Epitome Inokon. Front Row:
Jeanette Pritchett, Janice Pritchett,
Cl2lSll The Cl2lSSCS2 Juniors Triumph Over The Senior Class
On March 7, 1986, the sophomore, junior and senior
classes challenged one another in the Clash of the Classes
sponsored by the Senior Council. The students participated
in such events as the Three-Legged Race, Piggy Back Bas-
ketball, Chin Tennis, Rock A Bye, Convalescence Course,
Obstacle Course, Balloon Relay, Basketball Brigade, and
Tug of War. Each team had two captains, Sean Blaylock and
John Blanton for the Seniors, Annie Blaney and Wendell
Muldrow for the Juniors, and Lynn Adams and Andre Sims
for the Sophomores. The judges were Mr. Cafone fhead
judgej, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Coan, Mrs. Kurdewan,
Mrs. Mertens, and Mr. Whitson.
The junior Class 119871 placed first with 34 points, the
Seniors Class 11986, placed second with 28 points, and the
Sophomore Class 119881 placed third with 26 points. The
Sophomores also won the Spirit Trophy.
Everyone did a terrific job and deserved congratulations.
However, Classes of '87 and '88, get ready for next year
because the teachers have challenged you.
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Above: The Class of '87 gets psyched to win. Top right:
Seniors Elaine Wright and Duncan Brown show that it
takes two to dunk it. Middle right: Senior Kurt Dafel-
decker wades through whipped cream. Right: Seniors take
the juniors down.
Naval Junior Reserve
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First row: Mark Alston, Charles C1rant,loshua Burns, Tom Reilly, Charlie Jones, Marvin Olds, Tim Reynolds, Omar Ortiz, Trevor Reid. Second
row: Pam Krayer, Diane Mendoz, Mary Archibald, Shannon Munroe, Tamatha Meeks, Adele Johnson, Robin Watson, Paula Bucknor, Laurie
Henderson, Linda Brown, Tameka Williams, Tawana Canada, Melanie Reed. Third row: Brian johnson, Ronald jones, Frank Lee, Johnathan
Allan, Dameon Brown, Mike Paduano, Andy Drew, Rodney Gardner, Anthony Freda, David Sweatt. Fourth row: LCDR Fox, Steven Adams,
Dion Roach, Tyrone Daniels, John Bowles, Darrell Reed, juan Hernandez, Paul Bucknor, Annie Blaney, Yolanda Taylor, Aimee Connors,
MCPO Robbins, Fifth row: Terrance Randolph, john McNair, Julian Purvis, Adrian Ladd, Sean Smith, Lorenzo Ferguson, Nochus Berry,
Robert Dinkins, Dana Walker.
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, Munroe, Pamela Krayer, john Schnuth, Louis Perry. Middle row: Tim Reynolds, Andy Drew, Dameon Brown,
Dana Walker, Tyrone Daniels, Mark Alston, Trevor Reid. Back row: Greg Mitchell, Adrian Ladd, Sean Smith,
julian Purvis, john McNair.
Cadet Angie jones receiving Cadet of the
Month award from Ambassador Hogue.
Officers Training Corps
CADET OFFICER STAFF fln order of Chain of Commandj: LCDR Gibby Gross, LT James
Merz, LT John Leatherman, LTJG john Schnuth, LTJG Louis Perry, CPO Andy Drew, ENS
Angie Jones, ENS Carl Spinner, ENS Shane Berger, ENS Greg Mitchell, ENS Nicole Evans,
ENS Dominic Napolitani.
RIFLE TEAM Front row: Andy Drew, Tim Reynolds, Tom Reilly, Paula Bucknor, Tony
Freda, James Merz, Dominic Napolitani. Back row: John McNair, Greg Mitchell, Adrian
Ladd, Sean Smith, Dana Walker, Dion Roach, Dameon Brown.
Top right: NJROTC turns out for Open House. Above: Ambassador I-Iogue from
Australia reviews the Color Guard on UN Day.
Left: COLOR GUARD: Reggie Daye, Clayton Harrison, Sean Harrison, Greg Mitch-
ell, John Bess, Silveeah Ingram.
Right: Ann Marie D'Agostino proudly gives a
smile for the trophy she won. Below: jennifer
Leech. "I won! I won!" Middle: Fayth Newell and
Beth Soles. "Are we supposed to smile?"
Right: DECA competitors await the judges' deci-
sion. Page 105 Left: Tammy Frascella, Sandy Smith,
Kathy jelliff, Dennis Pappas and Mark Melango
take a break during the competition. Right: Tia
Johnson joyfully displays her medal.
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L Dovoloping Futuft Llldlfl for Marketing and Distribution
DECA, Distributive Education
Clubs of America, had its beginnings
in 1947 with only 800 students in 17
states. By 1979 DECA had grown to
200,000 members throughout the 50
states, Puerto Rico, C-uam, the Virgin
Islands and the Mariana Islands.
The most often asked question
about DECA is, "What does DECA
do?" DECA is the only national orga-
nization in the public schools of
America to attract young people into
careers in marketing, merchandising
and management. DECA's purpose is
to develop future leaders for careers in
these fields. DECA pays for every-
thing itself. Its national headquarters
and staff are maintained by student
dues and other internal income.
The DECA foundation was created
to assist and encourage members to
continue to study marketing and dis-
tribution. DECA's goals are to devel-
op a respect for education in market-
ing, merchandising and management
in our free, competitive enterprise
system through professional confer-
ences, chapter activities, school im-
provement projects and the support of
community activities. DECA recog-
nizes and awards student members for
outstanding accomplishments in
competition with other members.
The climax of DECA's year is the
National Career Development Con-
ference. DECA recognizes outstand-
ing individual ability and classroom
achievement. Students compete
against each other in state
DECA students from our school
participated in the State Leadership
Conference in Cherry Hill on Febru-
ary 20-22. Competency Based Com-
petitive Event QCBCEJ winners from
the Central Region Competition
earned the right to compete in their
area of the State competition. Nep-
tune's participants this year were:
Kathy Ielliff, Master Employee-Ap-
parel and Accessories, Debbie Gray,
Master Employee-Finance and Cred-
it, Fayth Newell, Supervisory-Food
Marketing, Beth Soles, Supervisory-
Food Marketing, Anne Marie D'Agos-
tino, Master Employee-General
Merchandise, Tia Johnson, Female
Fashion Modeling Casual. Also com-
peting were: Dennis Pappas-Sales
Meeting, Chris Sternadore-Billboard
Advertising, Tammy Frascella-
Scrapbook, Sandy Smith-General
Merchandise Diorama, and Dorothy
Polite-Apparel and Accessories Di-
orama. Fayth Newell prepared a writ-
ten manual in the Apparel and Acces-
sories category which won first place
in the state, qualifying her to partici-
pate in the DECA National Career
Development Conference in Atlanta,
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education process is handled differently in each
school system, some more so than others. We
have here at Neptune a wonderful opportunity
to explore these diversities through the experi-
ences of our own "new friends from far away
places." There just isn't enough room to include
each and every student who has something to
share with us on this topic and we apologize for
this. For this reason we have settled on featur-
ing five students from diverse and interesting
places. They are Rachael Abdallah from Leba-
non, Tom Papanikolas from Greece, Monica
Rogers and Tony Sims who are both from mili-
tary families and attended schools in Europe,
and Carol Spear who attended school in Pt. Lau-
For Rachael, school in Neptune was so differ-
ent from what it had been in Lebanon that it
took some time for her to get used to things
here at Neptune. Where she came from, the
school had no cafeteria. Instead, there were two
recesses during which the students ate or did
whatever. The students stayed in one class
while the teachers were the ones who switched
classes. There were no study halls and there
were no electiyes, either. All students were re-
Above: "I missed alot of Algebra and Mrs. Pe-
luso was and is a great help to me." Rachael
Abdallah Right: "I really missed Greece and all
of my relatives and friends, but I am glad I have
made alot of friends, and I thank my teachers
for their support and understanding through
my school years." Tom Papanikolas
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Yy, English, and civics each year. The sciences
and math were written and taught in English.
There is a special Teachers' Day which the stu-
dents celebrate with food, and there are no
classes for the day. Also on any special occasion
such as Christmas and Mothers' Day, the stu-
dents put on plays commemorating these
The school system in Greece is a lot different
from Neptune's. The teachers are very strict
and students get homework every day. There
are no electives. In the sixth grade they have to
take a foreign language, either French or the
more popular language, English. School there
starts in October, In Greece the schoolwork is
more advanced, so students are introduced into
courses earlier than they are here. For example,
they learn Geography in the third grade. Soccer
is very popular, but there aren't any school
teams to compete against. If a student fails for
the year he has to make it up the next year
because there is no summer school. During Eas-
ter and Christmas vacations, classes go on trips
to a different island. The social life between the
students is almost the same as in the United
States, except no one gets a license there until
Both Monica and Tony went to school in
American high schools in Germany-Monica
in West Germany, and Tony in West Berlin,
East Germany. In Germany there are six classes
55 minutes long with five minutes between
bells. They have an open cafeteria early in the
morning where students can buy anything they
want. They have open campuses which means
the students can walk outside when they want.
After they get what they want from the cafete-
ria, they have two classes, a fifteen minute
break during which they can go anywhere on
school grounds including the cafeteria, two
more classes, lunch, and the last of their classes.
During lunch they have 55 minutes to do what-
ever. They can go home, to the officers' club, to
the ice cream parlors, or to the arcade worlds.
Monica commented that the best thing about
school there was that she got to pick her own
classes fusually with friendsj, her own times she
wanted to take them, and her teachers. The
sports schedule was also much different be-
cause there were events only on Saturdays. The
students travel three to five hours on a bus or
train to arrive at another American School, so it
is like a weekend vacation. They also have
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but Neptune has the better people." Carol Spear
school trips such as "Easter break" to different
European countries. Monica, who also attended
school in Italy, said that most of the American
schools in Europe are run the same way because
they were all under U.S. government
Schools are also different in other places in
the United States, as Carol points out about Ft.
Lauderdale, Florida. She went to a huge school.
The campus is complete with a pool, which
could be used during the lunch break, a huge
track and field, an outdoor main courtyard with
mosaic designs, and an outdoor upper level
walkway, all in about eight or nine buildings.
The classes are fifty minutes long with five
minutes between classes. Students can leave
campus for lunch, which is also fifty minutes.
They have major pep rallies and lots of school
spirit. School starts at 7:30 with no homeroom,
and ends at 2:35. She described the educational
process as learning without even realizing it.
So you see, all schools are not the same. If you
would like to know about other schools, just
ask any of your friends who have come from
another school. You'll be surprised at all you'll
Left: "School in Neptune isn't as radical as school in
Hanau was, but I've met alot of nice people and had alot of
fun." Monica Rogers
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Germany, but I think it'll grow on me." Tony Sims
The Funniest Thing That Ever Happened To Me . . .
I was bowling and the ball got
stuck on my hand and I fell and
slid partially down the alley.
I came to school in a dress and
pantyhose and got compli-
I was carrying my little brother
to church when an elderly lady
stopped to comment on his
cuteness and pinch his cheek
and he slugged her in the
When on my first date in 6th
grade we went roller skating
and I threw up all over my date.
He never asked me out again.
I was pushed down in the hall-
way by my friends and I
couldn't get-up because I was
laughing so hard.
I locked myself in a bathroom
and couldn't figure out how to
I hung the ROTC Hanging flag
I was skiing and couldn't stop
and I went into the lift line and
knocked over three people.
I was driving down the road
with my morn and I fell out of
Most Embarrassing Thing That Ever Happened To Me . . .
I was playing goalie for soccer,
when I went to punt the ball I
stepped on my shoelace and fell
I was swimming in a meet and I
was supposed to do 8 laps and I
only did 6 and stopped. I
thought I was done.
When I collided in the outfield
with Danny Roberts and
knocked myself out.
Shawn D. Walker
I announced the second place
homecoming float winners as
the Class of 85 fwho had already
graduatedl instead of 86.
I slipped while walking down
from the top bleachers at my
sister's graduation and rolled
all the way down into a table.
Everyone including the ceremo-
ny stopped to see if I was ok.
I was thrown in a lake and I was
wearing all white.
I fell up the stairs in school and
all these people were in back of
I spilled 4 cups of hot coffee on
myself while at work. First I
screamed, gathering attention
then I pulled my pants to my
knees. Boy- they were shocked-
I was embarrassed. A
I fell down the stairs in my
prom dress and everyone saw
In lunch in 7th grade my
friends switched my good
lunch for one that had been in
my locker for three months.
I went shopping with two 17
year old guys and they ran up
and down the aisles of Toys R
Us shooting guns at one
When the boys basketball team
in Columbia, SC walked in on
my dance group while we were
using their locker room to take
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The 1985-1986 school year holds
many special memories for all who
attended the Senior High School. The
first day of school was both an excit-
ing and nervous experience for the
students. They were excited about see-
ing old friends and meeting new
friends, and nervous about finding
out their schedules for the forthcom-
In the month of September, there
was a "Welcome Back Dance." At this
dance, everyone had an opportunity to
get together with old friends they had
not seen since June and to meet new
In October, there was the annual
Halloween Carnival and dance, with
prizes for the best costume and best
club booth. Also in the fall, Neptune's
sports teams put on an excellent
showing. The football team made it to
the state championships for the first
time in its history.
Preceding Homecoming '85 was
Spirit Week when everybody dressed
up and had a good time to show their
school spirit. Laughter was in the air
the entire week as students dressed up
for Role Reversal Day, Benny-Nerd
Day, Pajama Day, and the traditional
Red and Black Day. Homecoming '85
was rained on and had to be post-
poned until the next day. The Home-
coming Dance went on as planned,
though. On that most special day, the
Homecoming King, Queen, and their
court were paraded through town to
the football field, and there was the
traditional float competition which
was won by the Class of '87,
Top left: Doug Martin concentrates on a chem-
istry experiment. Top right: Rambo imperson-
ators at the Halloween Carnival. Middle right:
Michelle Schooley and Kathy Wasson in the
main office. Right: Terraine Anderson, Adel-
bert Macon, and Kahn Austin decide what to
get for lunch.
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The Football team, undaunted by
the delay, went on to win the game.
Their next challenge was the Thanks-
giving Day game, which, incidentally,
was very wet. Many graduates and
friends of Neptune returned for this
game. It was an enjoyable day even
though Neptune lost to Asbury Park
with a score of 15-7.
Moving into winter everyone
looked forward to Christmas vacation.
Also, the winter sports teams began
their respective seasons. Valentinefs
Day crept up quickly and cupid's ar-
row seemed to strike just about every-
one. For Valentine season, the Nation-
al Honor Society sold jewelry, the
Yearbook staff sold carnations, the
Senior Council sold lollipops, and the
Student Council provided a mail ser-
vice to deliver Valentine messages.
Still other special memories over
the year came from involvement in
school clubs and class trips. The Dra-
ma Club put on an excellent theatrical
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teams showed that they, too, had as
much enthusiasm and pride in their
respective sports as did the fall and
Of course no one can forget the Iu-
nior-Senior Prom which had a magi-
cal aura about it, and the main event
to finish the year - graduation. It was
a very special year which will be re-
membered for a long time to come.
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Stevens, Far right: john Fiore gets caught with the ball,
Right: john Miti picks up yards for Neptune. Above:
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holds off an opponent.
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goals this season, and they met the chal-
lenges with intensity and determination.
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were at their best when things got
tough." For the first time ever, the varsi-
ty football team made it to the NJSIAA
Group IV playoffs. With a record of 6-2-
0, the Scarlet Fliers played J.P. Stevens of
N. Edison, but lost with a score of 34-13
to place second in Class A North. Losing
the Thanksgiving game to Asbury Park
Making The Finals
ended the season at 6-4-O.
Speaking for the team, Defensive End
Andre Nash said, "Although we lost a
few important games, we reached our
goal-we made it to the playoffs!"
It seems that Coach John Amabile
worked wonders with the team. The
most outstanding players were Henry
Bacon with ten touchdowns for the sea-
son and John Blanton who, according to
Amabile, was the most versatile athlete
he had ever coached. One of the players
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Andrew Goodman, john Miti, Ricky Shimko, john Blanton, Ed Hamlin, Erick Gould,
Darrin Harris, Tom jones, Andre Nash. Second row: Frankie Richardson, Demetrius
Richardson, Terry Tucker, Barry Bacon, Mike Coles, Tom Mason, Kearey Jackson,
Stephon Slappy, jason Bacon, Eric Deshields, Tim Lane, Rick Carlson. Third row:
Greg Lindsay, jeff Ternowski, Andre Haymon, Keith Wells, Reese Revels, Ron
Riggins, Wakey Evans, Loney Evans, Rodney Gardner, Rhonda Mann, Lynn John-
son. Front row: Bishop Ransom, James Fiore, Wes Llowe, Matt Gurtley, Trent Siebles,
Wes Lowe, Bob Cooper, joshua Burns, Mike Hall.
named by Amabile as showing the most
improved playing skills was Junior
Mike Coles. When asked what he felt
about the season, Coach Amabile said,
"The kids demonstrated that they know
how to win. There was togetherness. I'm
proud of their accomplishments-indi-
vidual as well as in a team concept. If I
could sum the season up in one word it
would be PRIDE!"
Top: Coach Amabile instructs John Blanton on a play.
Above: Darrin Harris makes a leaping catch.
Above: Heads or tails? Top right: Matt Gartley makes the
extra kick. Bottom right: John Blanton and jeff Lawton
rush in for the tackle.
The Thanksgiving Day Game marked the
end of a very special season for the Scarlet
Pliers' Football Team. Under a new coach,
john Amabile, the team made it to the states
for the first time in its history to end the
season with a record of 6-4.
The game was played on a cold, rainy day.
This, however, did not dampen the spirits of
the many students, alumni and friends who
were present to show their support. The team
recognized this and put on an excellent show.
But for all their efforts, the game ended with a
score of 15-7 in Asbury's favor. Nevertheless,
the Neptune Scarlet Pliers were able to walk
away from the season with their heads held
Pliers Seal A Winning Season
Left: John Blanton makes the touchdown. PRIDE-INTENSITY-TEMPO. Bottom Right:
The terrible weather didn't stop the high-spirited fans. Below: Neptune and Asbury
bands get together for the National Anthem. Bottom left: The cheerleaders are ready for
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The 1985-86 Girls Field Hockey Team
took the Class 'A' Championship for the
second time. Several of the girls made
Class 'A' North first team: Annie Blaney,
Stephanie DeAngelis, Katie Donahue,
Kathy Wasson and Kim Morcom. On
the second team Class 'A' North were
Chrissy Lukosius, Tina Conti, and Den-
ise Zarro. Kathy Wasson and Kim Mor-
com also made Shore Conference first
team. The team beat long time rival
Ocean Twsp. both times they met and
was ranked 1st in Shore Conference and
Back row: Coach Lombardi, Stefanie Brand, Andrea jackson, Kathy Wasson, Annie
Blaney, Amy Marsh. Middle row: Debbie Marks, Stephanie DeAngelis, Lori Huber,
Maria Carino, Elaine Wright. Front row: Katie Donahue, Chrissy Lukosious, Kim l
I Morcom, Denise Zarro.
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Central Jersey tournaments. The season
ended on an unfortunate note when they
lost in the Central Jersey final 1-0
against Notre Dame.
Three team members in particular
made this season an exciting one. Tina
Conti who had never played field hockey
until this year earned a starting varsity
position and was the most improved
player of the season. Leading scorer Kim
Morcom scored 19 goals and 4 assists.
She was in the top 10 of the state for
being the leading scorer. The most out-
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Wasson, whose skills, determination,
and "never say die" attitude kept the
team alive through thick and thin.
Other team members contributed to
the team's success. Captain Annie
Blaney gave moral support in times of
need. Always screaming to keep the team
alive, goalie Stephanie DeAngelis
pushed the team to its maximum level on
all occasions. Through their efforts and
those of other members of the team, the
girls enjoyed a successful season.
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Back row: Coach Hewitt, Kim Conners, Diana Simmen, Amy Felton, Shannon
Thompson, Terry Mc Devit. Front row: Tina Macey, Tina Conti, Lynn Adams, Stacy
Clay, Kim Harris.
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Above: Andrea jackson beats out defensive player.
Top: Nancy Beling and Nancy Lee show off their team work in a
successful doubles game. Above: Shannon Monroe returns a diffi-
cult shot, Right: Michelle Parreott takes no chances and returns a
ball that is out of bounds.
The Neptune Varsity Girls Tennis
Team pulled off another enthusiastic
season by following tradition and defeat-
ing Long Branch by an overwhelming
victory of four to one. For the second
consecutive year, the team, under the
guidance of Coach Sal Busacca, can boast
itself as being one of the most enthusias-
tic, energetic, and determined girls ten-
nis teams around. This year the two top-
scorers were once again Michelle
Schooley and Michele Parreott who just
happen to be Co-Captains of the team.
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Although unable to beat last year's
historic seasonal record, the girls were
certainly proud of themselves for notici-
bly improving their overall skills and
companionship while breaking in, so to
speak, five new players of whom several
were Freshman. Other veterans of the
team have shown continual improve-
ment this year in specific areas of skill,
which include the building of more pow-
erful and solid serves and improving the
quality and accuracy of their backhands.
Noteworthy doubles partners include
Front row: jennifer Gralewicz, Wendy Fisher, Shannon Monroe, Jing-jing Yang, and
Nancy Lee. Back row: Coach Busacca, Carolyn Furbeck, Nancy Beling, Jackie Carcich,
Michele Parreott, Jennifer Strassburger, and Melissa Matthews.
Top right: Michelle Schooley attempts to "Ace" her opponent.
Right: Michele Parreott successfully volleys the ball against her
Long Branch opponent.
the team of Nancy Beling and Nancy Lee
who have proven their skill and team
work on the court for the past two years.
The girls have made it clear that they
owe it all to Coach Busacca and that they
couldn't have remained such an enthusi-
astic team without his constant support
and guidance. The girls also said that
they are eagerly looking forward to a
more successful season next year and are
encouraging all to join in the fun.
Top left: Dominic Napolitani goes for a breakaway. Top right: Mike
Radwanski sets up the ball for a Rainbow Kick. Middle left: Wendell
Muldrow sends the ball ahead to his team. Middle right: Tommy
Boykin goes up for a head ball. Right: Doug Martin makes a save.
Neptune's Scarlet Fliers passed a mile-
stone as they made it to the semi-finals.
Outstanding players like Wendell Mul-
drow and John Barone led the team to its
final record of 12-6-2. The first game of
the season in the Wall Festival played
against St. Rose resulted in one of the
team's two tie games of the season,
While several players felt this was the
season's toughest game, others felt that
C.B.A., who handed them a 3-1 loss, dealt
the strongest blow to the team's efforts.
Back row: Coach Hogan, Duncan Brown, John Gluckow, Andy Bosko, Todd Scottson,
Kyle Peters, john Barone, Coach Persson. Middle row: Dominic Napolitani, Wendell
Mu1drow,John Lopez, Richie Dodd, Tommy Boykin, Mike Radwanski, Paul Wyman,
Kurt Daffledecker. Front row: Mike Paduano, Chris Atkins, Doug Martin, Dave
Durkac, Robert Wiggins, Dennis Pappas, Keith Brown.
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Back row: Dwight McFadden, Barth Pontecorvo, Jimmy Imperial, Anthony Crego,
Kevin Henry, Kenny Orr, john jackson. Middle row: Warrick Muldrow, Roger
Kremen, Eric Horner, Mike D'Amico, Pete Passalacqua, Tom Zakerowski. Front row:
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All the games, however, will be remem-
bered by the players, and memorable
moments ranged from Dave Durkac's
concussion to Tommy Boykin's first as-
sist in the St. Rose game.
While getting to the semi-finals was a
goal in itself, disappointment at not win-
ning the title was hard for the team to
accept. Goalie Dave Durkac noted, "My
biggest disappointment of this season
had to be the fact that we didn't win
anything, even though we had the skill
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level to." Those same skills did, however,
keep the team going and allowed them to
rise to the level of the competition.
Some players felt that the toughest
game of the season was played against
East Brunswick during the semi-finals.
The Pliers, defeated by a narrow 1-O mar-
gin, played hard in spite of the intense
All in all, it was a fairly good season
with lots of support coming from coach-
es, friends and family.
Top right: Team captains Kyle Peters, John Gluckow and john
Barone. Above: The senior players.
Right: Kimble Cannon practices his starts before a meet. Below left: Chrissy
Hulsart swims backstroke, Bottom right: Stacey Clay swims butterfly. Below:
Jimmy Giorella takes a practice dive before competition.
The Nieptune Aquafliers experienced a
Challenging season led by captains Kim
Baker, Stacb' C1356 Steve Wycoff and
Horng Yang. Many new swimmers came
out and lent their spirit and talent to a
team that worked hard towards its goals.
Neptune hosted the Monmouth County
Championships this year at the Mon-
mouth Boys Club where the boys team
took third place. Neptune's divers, in-
cluding Colleen Coyne, Kathy Flesca,
Tammy Dalziel, Scott Wells, Jim Gior-
ella, Pat Grodeska and Richard Hogan,
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had a successful season. The 400 free
style relay team took fifth in the Shore
The Aquafliers' practices consisted of
hypoxic work, funderwater swimming
and breathing drillsj distance work,
sprints, cross-pools, and specialties. Ev-
ery practice was different but all work-
outs conditioned the swimmers' bodies
to perform faster and better. ln addition
to regular exercises, water polo was occa-
sionally played to build up upper body
strength and leg strength. Many team
members swam outside of the team,
helping to improve their times.
Morale was high, especially since Coa-
ch Mooij was always there to encourage
the team. Pranks, too, were common. In
fact, Neptune's success at the Shore Con-
ference was due in no small part to a hair
"razing" party the night before the meet.
The team got together, and the girls
shaved the hair from the legs and arms
of the guys in hopes of reducing water
resistance and reducing the relayers'
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Kimble Cannon, Chris Harris, Bill Weck, Steve Wyckoff, Rob Cottrell, Richard
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right: Ashley Hogan swims breaststroke. Above: Patti
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Neptune's Varsity Boys Basketball
team made a strong comeback after their
slow start. It took the team a few games
to readjust to a new starting line and to
the return of Coach Hennessey. Coach
Hennessey had coached for 22 years and
brought Neptune 463 wins in 22 seasons.
In spite of their beginning, the team
pulled away with a 13 - 10 record. This
record entitled them to qualify in both
the Shore Conference and the State
Back row: Assistant Coach Bob Feeney, Gordon George, Steve Beltle, Clarke Harris
Derek Gaines, Andrew Goodman, Coach Larry Hennessey. Front: Darren Harris
Frankie Richardson, Paul Martinez, Sean Blaylock, Stephon Slappy, Leonard Jones.
Back row: Bob Feeney, Tim McCarthy, Eugene Stewart, David Durkac, Todder
Echandy. Middle row: Marc Ellington, Gregory Lindsay, John Savage, Roger Young.
Bottom row: Bishop RanSOr1.
On The Rebound
Unfortunately, the team was plagued
with illness during the early half of the
season. Injury caused a change in the
team's line up and the consistency of
play. In the latter half, two key players
let the team down by becoming
The team had a few advantages to
work with despite all their handicaps.
The starting five consisted of Captain
Sean Blaylock, Captain Andrew Good-
man, Leonard Jones, Stephon Slappy,
and Stephen Beltle. They received good
support from both Sophomore Leonard
Jones and Junior Stephon Slappy, who
exhibited outstanding outside shooting
and rebounding. Senior Stephen Beltle
added to the team's performance with his
ability to block opponents' shots. In-
deed, in the game against highly ranked
Red Bank Regional, Stephen blocked
eleven shots, and Stephon Slappy tied
RBR's leading scorer by racking up 22
points of his own. Now that's teamwork!
Top right: Team captains Andrew Goodmen and Sean Blaylock.
Above: Steve Blltle goes up for a rebound.
Top left: Annie Blaney drives for a lay-up. Top right:
Coach O'Donnell discusses the game plan. Middle
right: Joyce Bell runs to recover the ball. Par right: Lisa
Iones out maneuvers defense. Right: Annie Blaney
prepares to take a jump shot. Above: Captains jennifer
Henry, Lisa Jones, and Annie Blaney.
The Girls Varsity Basketball team had
a hard season this year rearranging their
Starting five without starting senior for-
ward Jennifer Henry who suffered a
knee injury early on. She did, however,
recover enough to participate on and off
in the state tournament.
Some disappointing things occurred
this season with the team's loss to Free-
hold Township who defeated Neptune
for the first time in five years. Other bad
breaks were the team's inability to main-
tain their Class "A" title and their loss to
Back row: Coach Ken O'Donnell, Shannah Clarrit, Amy Marsh, Lisa Jones, Jennifer
Henry, Juanita Harper, Wanda Reeves, Pam Beach, Jackie Carcich, Annie Blaney,
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Saint Rose in the eliminating round of
the quarter final game of the Shore Con-
Though they had some tough times,
the highlight of the season was the win
in the Wall Christmas Tournament-a
first time win for Neptune.
Three players who stood out from the
rest of the squad were Junior forward
Lisa Jones, Freshman point guard Joyce
Bell and Sophomore forward Juanita
Harper. Juanita was complimented on
being the most improved player on the
Tanya Johnson, Asst. Coach Bob Eckart. Front row: Stephanie DeAngelis, Kim
Morcom, Chrissy Lukosius, Felica Bacon, Joyce Bell, Debbie Marks.
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Reeveg, Erika Armstrong, Michele Branton, Diana Simmen, Jennifer Handley. Front
row: Dawn Davis, Jackie Evans, Daneen Wyche, Darlene Lewis, Debbie Marks.
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team by Coach Ken O'Donnell but, he
said, "She became academically
Other team members who deserve spe-
cial recognition are team captain Annie
Blaney and Sophomore Jackie Carcich.
Both made enormous contributions to
the teams' offensive game.
With an overall season record of 18-4,
the team has high hopes for next season
and is expecting nothing but the best.
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I Another Pinning Season'
At the end of another successful year,
with a record of five wins and six losses,
the wrestling team was proud of its ac-
complishments. Winners like District
champions Clayton Harrison and Trevor
Reid and placewinners David Sweatt and
Tom Zakerowski were important to the
team's success and will be key wrestlers
on next year's squad.
With many young wrestlers, includ-
ing eleven underclassmen wrestling var-
sity at different times in the season, the
team expected a tough dual-meet season.
But by losing to second place team Mid-
dletown South by only six points, and by
defeating Shore Conference Tournament
qualifier Toms River North, the team
proved it was no pushover.
By the time the District XXIII Cham-
pionships were held here at Neptune, the
team was really peaking. With four Dis-
trict Champions, one second place win-
ner and two third place winners, the
team broke Long Branch's two year win-
Back row: Coach Tiedemann, Tom Zakarowski, Trevor Reid, Todd Jelliff, Mike Rad-
wanski, Scott Atkins. Middle row: Managers: Suzie Welch, Andrea Dougherty, Shane
Berger, Art Thorne, Dave Sweatt, Mike Orlando, Annessa Gwyn-Williams, Kathy Ielliff.
Front row: John Hendrickson, Merrel Neal, Clayton Harrison, John Gluckow, Clark
Mitchell, Dave Emmons, Mike D'Amico.
Back row: Annessa Gwyn-Williams, Coach Glen DePalo, Suzie Welch, Kathy jelliff.
Middle row: Shane Berger, Scott Atkins, Warrick Muldrow, john Kupcak, Mike Orlan-
do, Ray Lee. Front row: Kurt Hansen, Joey Gentile, Todd Coleman, Ivara jones, Ricky
Carlson, Mike D'Amico.
ning streak and won the District title for
the first time since 1982. Some wrestlers
continued on to the regional and state
levels. The team will have to work hard
next year to make up for the departure of
this year's captains-Merrel Neal, Todd
Ielliff, and John Gluckow. Following in
their footsteps will be a real challenge.
All in all it was a good season. Some
made it to districts and some even made
it to Regionals. Neptune wrestling has
made its mark-Congrats, Guys!!
Above: Team captains, Merrel Neal, Todd jelliff, and
john Gluckow . . . "Are we s'posed to smile?" Below:
Clayton Harrison tries a unique position for pinning his
Below: Bonndie Brown finishes the race. Right: Johnnie Moore and Bonn-
die Brown run at the same pace. Bottom right: Johnnie Moore and Pat
Smith lead the pack.
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Despite the odds, the Cross Country
team faced up to a tough season and took
twelfth place in the Conference. Title
winners last year, this year's team faced
the challenge of strengthening itself
against a loss of several fast runners.
Outstanding runners like Pat Smith and
Johnnie Moore helped to bridge the gap.
Pat, who never settled for anything less
than the best, pressed the team forward
and went on, himself, to run on the first
team from All-Shore, first team from
Monmouth County, and third team for
Back row: Paul Bucknor, Pat Smith, Gary Saterwhite, Michael Hartnett. Front
row: Raymond Lee, Michael Clark, John Moore, Bonndie Brown, David Graham.
Breaking The Tape
All-State. Johnny also made great gains
when without training, he finished sec-
ond after the first meet of the season.
Mark Hartnett, a first-year runner,
showed improvement throughout the
season, and completed the year as third
The biggest disappointment faced by
the team was the loss handed them by
Marlboro, a meet which they lost by
only one point. C.B.A. gave the Pliers
their greatest challenge of the season,
however, as always, Neptune rebounded
from both defeats by finishing seventh
in the County.
In addition to the awards won by Pat
Smith and Johnnie Moore, Neptune re-
ceived another honor when Coach Non-
nenberg attended a banquet held at the
Mooring in Point Pleasant. On Sunday,
December 8, 1985, Coach Nonnenberg
was awarded a plaque for helping the
All-Shore coaches and teams.
As co-captains of the team which fin-
ished with a record of 5-2, Pat Smith and
Johnnie Moore also received awards.
Above: Team Co-Captains Patrick Smith and John Moore. Left:
Michael Hartnett and David Graham take the first mile.
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The Varsity Boys Bowling team
had a good season under the
coaching of Mr. Bass. The team,
led by captains Mark Sloss and
Paul Casler, finished in third
place with a record of 17-13. The
other starters-Mike Carey and
Amish Patel-with the help of
Mel Kenney, Jimmy Vecchione
and freshman Robert Franklin,
rounded out the team. Despite
Back row: Coach Amos Bass, Mark Sloss, Paul Casler, Michael Carey. Kneeling: Mel
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strong opposition from Long
Branch, Ocean and Wall, Neptune
stayed in the top half of the stand-
ings the whole season.
At the beginning of the season
the boys had a hard time adjust-
ing, but as the season progressed,
the players improved. They really
wanted to win and pulled togeth-
er, pushing toward success. Cap-
tain Mark Sloss noted the team's
spirit, a key factor in the positive
attitude that helped them estab-
lish a respectable score.
This year's substitutes-Robert
Franklin, Melvin Kenney and
James Vecchione-gave support
to the team and at times were
called upon to lend their talents to
the game. The returning players
will be Mike Carey, Jimmy Vec-
chione and Robert Franklin.
Top right: Amish Patel fixes his shoelaces. Above: Mr. Bass and
some of the team members watch the excitement. Left: Coach
Bass explains to Mike, Mel and Paul how their fingers should be
Top left: Sheri Fisher on her release. Top right: Vanessa Atkinson shows her tech-
nique. Above: Vanessa Atkinson getting ready for a big strike. Bottom right: Coach
Ceil Colon and Vanessa Atkinson relax before a meet.
-Right Down The Alley
The Girls Varsity Bowling team ended
its season with a record of 29-1, placing
first in its division. At the State Finals at
Edison Lanes, Edison, the girls came in
second place with a total pin count of 24,
32-just 63 pins down from first place.
The team members started out rough
at the beginning, but pulled themselves
together, bringing themselves up from
seventh place to second. Wendy Fisher,
freshman, qualified for the individuals at
states and took first place with a high
game of 242 and a high series of 586.
Wendy and fellow freshman Patti
Koontz were the two most outstanding
players and are looking forward to three
more years of championships. Wendy
finished her season with an average
score of 164 and Patti a 156.
Seniors Sheri Fisher and Vanessa At-
kinson held the team together. Sheri
stated, "Our team worked well together,
and no matter what happened, we stayed
well motivated." Sheri ended up with an
average score of 153 at the end of the
season and Vaneesa a 135.
Back row: Coach Ceil Colon, jennifer Flesca, Wendy Fisher, Vanessa Atkinson.
Kneeling: Lynn Beerbower, Lori Huber, Patricia Koontz. Seated: Sheri Fisher.
Lynn, Mascot Mario Atkinson, Vanessa, and Sheri watch as the pins fall down.
"The most improved player this year
was Lynn Beerbowerf' explained Coach
Ceil Colon. "This was my first year on
the team," Lynn said, "and without the
help and devotion of Miss Colon, I
would never have done as well as I did."
Lynn ended her season with an average
score of 151.
The team had 2 substitutes, Jennifer
Flesca and Lori Huber who supported the
team at all times, and, like Lynn, im-
proved a great deal during the season.
Above right: Patricia Koontz relaxes before a tough
Above: Lynn Beerbower adjusts her shoelace.
This year's gymnastics team, coached
by Mary Kay Scola, had a very successful
season. Their major goal was to score a
total of at least 85 points. They did score
85 points at each meet, and, at one of
their toughest meets against Freehold,
they scored 88.7, exceding their goal. Al-
though they lost against Freehold by half
a point, the team felt proud of them-
selves for pulling together and scoring
The most valuable player, Jan Dalziel,
freshman, contributed a great deal to the
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team. An excellent athlete and a great
teammate, Jan never missed a meet and
was always at practice. She was a devoted
player and hopes someday that all this
practice will pay off. Jan finished first on
vault, fourth on floor, and sixth all-
around in the Shore Conference meet,
and in the sectionals for the state finals,
she made sixth all-around. Jan Dalziel
successfully made it to the state finals
and earned the positions of first place on
the balance beam, third all-around, and
fourth on both vault and floor. Her fel-
low teammates and coach were very hap-
py for her achievements and hope to see
her in the 1988 Olympics.
Sophomore April Leonard showed ex-
ceptional improvement. She started out
scoring between 2-3 pts. on the uneven
bars, but by the end of the season, she
was scoring 5 to 6 pts., a remarkable
increase for a brand new competitor and
an auspicious beginning for this young
Back row: Coach Mary Kay Scola, Theresa Sullivan, Linda McDonnell, Merrey
Luciano, April Leonard, Alicia Salustro. Front Row: jan Dalziel, Tawanna Horsley,
Tasha Horsley, Rachel Marshall.
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Above: jan Dalziel, hanging on tight, doing a handstand on
the uneven parallel bars.
Below: Nate Scott and John Blanton warm up before a meet.
Right: Coach Nonnenberg has his boys literally climbing the walls.
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Proctor makes a high jump.
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Neptune is once again proud of its
Boys' Indoor Track team after its com-
pletion of another mixed but successful
season under the direction of Coach
Hank Nonnenberg and Assistant Coach
John Chambers. The team kept up with
Coach Nonnenberg's expectations of
overall improvement whether with bet-
ter times or further distances.
The team member who won the most
points was varsity shot putter Andre
Nashe, who is following in the footsteps
of former teammate Fred Brown. Not
only was Andre Nashe the most out-
standing team member, he was also a co-
captain along with John Blanton. Coach
Nonnenberg, a former distinguished
athlete in his own right, stated that the
player who exhibited the greatest overall
improvement in track skills was Barry
Bacon, a short distance sprinter.
Nonnenberg went on to compare the
team's record to a rollercoaster, saying
that they both have their ups and downs.
While placing second overall in the
Shore Conference Meet, the team unfor-
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Back row: Asst. Coach Chambers, Joe Patterson, Andre Nash, Pat Smith, Don Har-
vey, Paul Bucknor, Coach Nonnenberg. Middle row: Barry Bacon, Charles Schnuth,
Anthony Singletary, Johnnie Moore, Nate Scott, Claude Collins, Teddy Young. Front
row: Mike Hartnett, Ed Johnson, Eric Vats, James Proctor, Mike Aubrey, Kevin
Kennel, Rick Newkirk, John Blanton.
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tunately did not place in the State Meet.
Although not competing in any dual-
meets, the team was able to defeat its
traditional adversary, CBA, in a multi-
team tournament meet.
Coach Nonnenberg stated that the
most memorable event of the season was
Andre Nashe's stunning fifty foot-plus
shot put throw at the Shore Conference
Meet. "The future looks good," Nonnen-
berg stated, "we have some good young
Top: Pat Smith gets ready to take off. Above: Johnnie
Moore shows off his hurdling skills.
Right: Dawne Bowles in action. Below:
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fourth overall in the
and ninth in the State Championship.
Mr. Morris, the girl's track coach, said
that he was very proud of the progress
that the team made, both as a whole and
individually. The team had two big dis-
appointments this season. The first one
was in losing the State Championship.
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showed improvement in their areas of
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season. In spite of the loss of Saleem, the
team put its best foot forward.
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standingirunners of the season. She set
the school and Shore Conference records
on the fifty-five meter hurdles. Dawn
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"We Are The World"
We Are The Class Of '85
The graduation ceremonies for the Class of 1985 took place on June zoth in the
Ocean Grove Auditorium. Every one of the 314 graduates stood and sang "We Are
The World," which was the theme for the 1985 graduation, Since this was the first
time an entire graduating class joined the chorus, the moment will be remembered
for a long time to come.
Three student speakers elaborated on the theme. Tammy Abrams discussed "Our
Family of the World," Kevin Marks told us "We Can Make the Difference," and
finally Linda Ziegler explained our "Choices" for the future. These three speeches
truly exemplified the theme. After all, we ARE the world.
Top right: Ruthann Krempasky, Mr. Edelson, Mr.
Del.uca and Matthew Miller discuss future plans.
Above: Graduating class of 1985. Right: Kathy Lent
and Terri Alo prepare for the big moment. Far
Right: Mike Badger receives his diploma from Mrs.
Top left: Kathy Klapproth and Pam Howell talk with
two Marines. Above: Michael Deeves wishes Lisa
Shick the best of success. Left: Becky Vandesande and
Betty Gleason enjoying their final moment of high
Jersey Group IV
Back row: Johnnie Moore, Roy Simmen, Henry
Bacon, Louis Perry, Hank Nonnenberg, Jr., Fred
Brown, Steve White, Ronnie Jones, Coach Non-
nenberg. Middle row: Coach Tieclemann, Alfie
Shaw, Gary Beling, Kimble Cannon, Sean Addi-
son, Malcolm Johnson, Cliff Johnson, Kevin if
Kennel, Paul Bucknor, Coach Chambers. Front i
row: Mr. Bruno, Shane Berger, Wayne Reeves,
Anthony Bennett, Andre Randolph, Robert
Joyner, Johnny Blanton, Tim Johnson, Mike
Top right: The hurdles are no "stumbling block" for Henry
Bacon. Right: Robert Joyner experiences the "thrill of vic-
tory" after a long meet. Above: Roy Simmen crosses the
finish line for a first.
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Above: Lisa Rodriguez hurls the disc with all her strength. Top
right: Carolyn Franklin shows how Neptune Girls' Track is
always determined to win. Right: A great vault by Neptune's
And Take Group
Back row: Elisheba Jackson, Tawanna Hunter, Carla Jack-
son, Stephanie Saleem, Carolyn Franklin, Annie Blaney,
Keith Puryear, Karrin Waddy. Middle row: Angie Bacon,
Kerrie Waddy, Monica Rogers, Dawn Bowles, Gwen
Hayes, Shelley Benett. Front row: Veronica Bell, Annette
Beverette, Lisa Rodriguez, Tonya Brown, Sonya Brown,
The 1984-85 musical Li'l Abner, under the direction of Mrs. Sharon P. Slate
with the help of student co-producer Colleen Waddell, was a definite hit.
Overcoming all obstacles-a late start, forgotten lines, and lost props-the cast
gave a dynamic performance. Starring in this production were Hank Nonnen-
berg as Li'l Abner, Rosanna Lewis as Daisy Mae, Michael Deeves as Earthquake
McGoon, Lisa Parker and Hubert Clay as Mammy and Pappy Yokum and Mike
Badger as Marryin' Sam. Also, some new Freshman faces were Jeff Point as
Lonesome Polecat and Scott Cox as Romeo Scragg.
Top right: Pappy and Mammy Yokum. Above: The
cast of Li'l Abner sings "Dogpatch, U.S.A." in the
opening scene. Far right: Earthquake McGoon and
Romeo Scragg. Right: Available jones proposes a
plan to Dr. Finsdale.
Top left: The Cronies relax at the old fishing hole
Above: Melina Cosentino as Moonbeam McSwine
Left: Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae.
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QL to RQ: Mike Rickett, Lee Polisano, Marc Mar-
tin, Steve Blecki, Tom O'Rourke, Doug Martin,
Jeff Steel, Mr. Brodwater.
Above: Lee Polisano makes a long drive. Top right: Jeff Steel
putts while Mike Rickett holds the pin. Right: Doug Martin
tees off to the first green.
Back row: Dick Wright, Linda Hopson, Amish
Patel, Lloyd Young, Steve Etz, Richard Weber,
Michelle Parreott, Carol Wilson, Nancy Lee.
Front row: Glenn Swindell, Horng Yang, Ger-
ald Bunting, Preston McGowan, Tom johns,
Above: Gerald Bunting makes a long stretch to return the ball.
Top right: Great backhand by Nate Scott. Right: Glenn Swindell
awaits the return.
"You're The Inspiration"
Above: Chris Tango and Kellie Martin take a
break from the dance floor. Top right: Members
of the junior Court, Andrea jackson and Kim
Baker. Right: A group gathers to talk about the
magic of the night.
The theme of the 1984-85 Junior-
Senior Prom was "You're the Inspira-
tion" by the group "Chicago" In re-
membrance of the spectacular night
everyone received souvenir glasses
and booklets. With DJ Wall of Sound
at the turntables, couples danced
themselves breathless. The beautiful
queen and very distinguished king
were Dee Bright and Mark
The Prom was held at the
Squire's Pub on May 24, 1985. On
that warm spring night, ladies in
full taffeta gowns and gentlemen in
top hats, gloves and canes danced
to the music provided by the DJ
from "Wall of Sound." The dance,
which started at 8 p.m., ended at 1
a.m. for some, but many continued
on to other parties-even to New
York. However, the most popular
way to enjoy the rest of the evening
was in the time-honored tradition
of watching the sun come up over
Top left: Andrew Goodman and joy Winchester
chat on the dance floor. Above: The King's
court receive their applause with cheerful
smiles. Left: Vicki Elmer and jay Kupisioski.
Far left: Queen Dee Bright and King Mark Set-
teducato dance to the theme song.
Welch Leads Pliers
In p And Down
Back row: Kenny Welch, Rich Smith, Andrew
Goodman, Eric jackson, Scott Kepler, jeff Law-
ton, Bob Dykeman, Mr. O'Donnell. Front row:
Wendy Johnson, johhny Brown, Anthony Bri-
ar, Juan Miki, Kevin Marks, john Tirrell, Brad
Strum, Dawn Cochran.
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right: Bob Dykeman gets ready for a homerun. Right: Eric
Jackson makes the play.
Above: Niki Carcich makes a catch for an out. Above right:
Michelle Point hits one for Mom. Right: Mr. Beekman coaches
Back row: Susan Wasson fManagerJ, Kim Bak-
er, Sandy Core, Pam Beach, Michelle Point,
Chris Perry, Coach Beekman. Front row: Jackie
Beekman, Denise Bauter, Gina Daye, Barbara
Caudill, Lisa English, Niki Carcich.
Reds Win The
On May 11, 1985 the Girls Athletic
Association held its last Contest
Night ever -the Grand Finale. It was a
grand event indeed. GAA alumnae
were present to witness the Red and
Blacks battle it out one last time. As
the Reds and Blacks entered to their
respective themes of "Reds Go For
The Gold" and "Blacks in Toyland,"
the excitement grew in Asbury Park's
Convention Hall. The competition
was close after the skits: "Reds at the
Indy SOO" and "Blacks' Roaring 2O's."
But by the end of the night the Reds
emerged victorious. However, no mat-
ter what the scoreboards said, every-
one was a winner.
Top right: It's the Grand Finale for the GAA.
Middle right: Black dancer Linda Ziegler.
Right: Black Entrance - Kathy Wasson, Chrissy
Lukosius, and Andrea jackson in their tub.
Above: Red dancer Amy Schmidt. Top left:
Black Chief - Karen Asay, President - Carol
Freda, and Red Chief - Danielle Cornelius.
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Blacks Kim Corbo, Debbie Aleman, Colleen
Coyne, Kim Baker and Annie Miti. Left: Red
cheerleaders make their final formation. Far
left: Red, Kathy Salamone, goes for the
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For '86 Season
Back row: Charlene Ferrara QManagerJ, Chris
Belasco fManagerJ, Adrienne Marvinny, Kathy
Heckel, AnnMarie Jennings, Debbie Bormann,
Jennifer Handley, Katie Donahue, Amy Marsh,
Kathy Wasson, Andrea Daugherty, Chrissy
Hulsart, Jennifer Henry, Stephanie DeAngelis,
Mr. Persson. Front row: Andrea Jackson, Renee
Casper, Andrea Morozowsky, Susan Parren,
Chrissy Lukosius, Stefanie Brand, Tina Conti,
Lori Huber, Elaine Wright, Kim Morcom.
Above: Tina Conti runs the ball up the sideline. Above right:
Chrissy Lukosius dives for the ball.'Right: Amy Marsh
dodges past opponent with the ball.
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Good Luck To The Varsity Softball Team-
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