Neshaminy Maple Point High School - Leaves Yearbook (Langhorne, PA)
- Class of 1977
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There are many problems and expecta-
tions in developing the title of a yearbook
in a new high school. After much evalua-
tion and thought of the many suggestions,
we have chosen The Leaves as a title. We
feel this meets the goals we have set for our
school, ourselves, and our future.
The Yearbook Staff
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Editor in Chief
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The Leaves 0f Another Year
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to take us lands away.
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of dancing poetry.
the pages of a book.
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Leaves- verb. the past tense of to go.
to depart from a place or gathering.
Out through the felds and the woods
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I have climbed the hills of view
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I have come by the highway home
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The Administration of Neshaminy Maple Point, is
headed by Mr. Richard Evans. Assistant Principals,
Mr. Harry Franks and Mr. Marlon Van Horn, are
responsible for the excellent coordination of our aca-
demic and athletic programs. Our Administrative As-
sistants, Mr. Edward Mondeaux and Mr. Richard
Marotto fulfill the disciplinary and social needs of the
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Mr. Richard H. Evans
Mr. Harry Franks
Mr. Marlon Van Horn
Mr. Edward Mondeaux Mr. Richard Marotto
Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant
Mr. Daniel Brown
Guidance Department Chairman
To most students, high school is the
stepping stone between childhood and
adulthood. The Guidance department,
under the direction of Mr. Dan Brown,
accomplishes this task. Students are as-
signed by alphabetical order to one of
our four counselors. They direct them in
a course of study suited to their individ-
ual needs and wishes. Students interest-
ed in going to college, or pursuing a
noncollege career can benefit from their
excellent ideas and suggestions.
Mr. Albert Cecco
S-Z and Tech students
Miss Susan Borish
Mrs. Miriam Caisse
Mrs. Dorothy Carpenter
Mrs. Wilhelmina Cole
Mrs. Margaret Howley
Mrs. Joyce Johnston
Mrs. Anne Maitha
Mrs. Edna Waterson
Mrs. Josephine Weygandt
Mrs. Rosella Rage
A-F and Special Ed Students
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The library and staff of highly qualified librar-
ians provide the student of Maple Point with books,
magazines, tapes, and filmstrips that aid the stu-
dent in classroom learning. Located in the center of
the building, the library has soon become the heart
of our education system here at Maple Point.
Mr. Llewellyn Williams
Mrs. Josephene Weygandt
Mrs. Elizabeth Stavseth Mrs' Charlotte Durland
The music department enables the
student to express his instrumental and
musical abilities through the band, con-
cert band, and orchestra directed by
Mr. William Bell. The vocal talents of
the students can be expressed through
the concert, symphonic and freshman
choirs, and in the mixed chorus con-
ducted by Mr. Harry Dengler. The stu-
dents of Maple Point can further their
musical knowledge by studying Music
Theory and Harmony.
Mr. Harry Dengler
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The 9th grade program emphasizes proper composition tech-
niques and the reading of short stories, novels, plays, and
poems. The 10th grade continues with composition and English
skills, vocabulary and word relationships. The llth grade fur-
ther develops the composition and English skills, and adds a
more accelerated vocabulary study. The 12th grade curriculum
is a series of two electives that arechosen by the student with a
range of topics in Composition, Drama Literature, Semantics,
Miss Gay Wells
Ms. Janet Cameron
Mr. Mike Callahan
Mrs. Sandra Cooney
Mrs. Sandra Davis Mr. william Epting
Mrs. Eileen Fuld Mrs. Marion Magee Mr, Scott Nedal
Mr. Ralph Meshon Mr. Dennis O'Brien
Mrs. Regina McGinley Mrs. Diane Padovani Mrs. Helen Waldron
SGCIAL S UDIE
MF- James Kennf-fdy Mrs. Linda Barbagallo Mr. Bruce Davis
Mrs. Libby Carver
The Social Studies department,
with Mr. Jim Kennedy as chair-
man, includes in its curriculum
such topics as, World Wars in
ninth grade, World Cultures in
tenth, the American Judicial,
Legislative, and Executive
ffyf' branches in eleventh, and any-
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Mr. Paul Dickler , 1' l 5 4 Mr. Michael De Stefano
Mr. Angelo Fario
Mr. Raymond Kelly
Mr. Kevin Knowles Mrs. Barbara Mock Mr. John Rock
Mr. Barry Smith Mr. Stephen Schroeder
Mr. Chris Melley
Mr. Eldo DeLong
Miss Christine Tomlinson Mr. Eugene Fox
Miss Jane Crumlish
The Neshaminy Maple
Point Science department
realizes the need for a
wide variety of courses.
Under the direction of
Mr. Chris Melley, these
courses range from Intro-
ductory Physical Science
CIPSJ to Physics II. Lab-
oratory work is also an
important part of the Sci-
ence department. It en-
ables the students to re-
ceive practical experience
in the Science field.
Mr Frank Motovidlak
Mrs Charlotte Lehner
Mr. Hubert Holmes
Mr. Robert McCartney
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Mr. James Gibson
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Mrs. Judith Fischer
Mr- Daniel Gallo Mrs. Nancy Fricke
Mr. Helmut Glaeser
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The Mathematics department, head-
ed by Mr. Jim Gibson, has a vast cur-
riculum ranging from General Math to
Calculus and other selected topics.
In todays highly technical world,
mathematics plays an important role. It
is the goal of these teachers to give the
student experience in many diversified
areas of study. In this way, students
grow in their mathematical capabilities,
regardless of their future plans or aspi-
Mrs Wendy Lewis Mrs. Mary Ann Penge Mrs. Janet Smith
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primary goal of the foreign language
department - to teach students to under-
stand the language and culture of for-
eign people. Three languages, French,
Spanish, and German, are offered at
four different levels of study.
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Mrs. Cynthia Alperirl Mr. Robert Dugan Miss. Brenda Burk
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Mrs. Jane Hurwitz Mrs. Patricia Seabright Mrs. Mary Lou Van Sciver
Mr. Donald Atwood Mr. Irwin Brambley
HO E ECONOMICS
Mrs. Kathy Blackmore Mrs. Yolan Arlett
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain
Mr. Norman Martinscn
The Industrial Arts department,
headed by Mr. Donald Atwood, offers
courses. These courses include Wood-
shop, Metal Shop, Drafting, and Me-
chanical Drawing. The Home Econom-
ics department offers courses in Foods,
Dietetics, Interior Decorating, Sewing,
and Family oriented topics. The Driver
Education department developes driver
responsibility through its Driver Theory
and Road Training courses.
DRI ER EDUCATIO EXPERIENCE
Mr. Daniel Roskos Mr. Sherman Sickler
Mr. Joseph Greytok
Mr. Harry Fischer
Mr. Robert Loven
The aim of the Physical Edu-
cation department, directed by
Mr. Robert Loven, is to devel-
op the growth of the mind and
body of the student. It encour-
ages leadership, teamwork, and
good sportsmanship. Students
in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12
learn the fundamentals of
sports such as hockey, basket-
ball, football, soccer, and soft-
Mr. Fred Hartshorn Mrs. Connie Slipka Mrs. Judith Cunningham
Miss. Cathy Guenzel Mr. Richard Keefe
BU INESS EDUCATIO
Mr. Richard Bauer
Mrs. Brenda Doto Mrs. Gloria Riedy
The Business Education department has a wide range of career
oriented courses. They include Typing I, II, 8: III, Notehand and
Mrs. Jeanette Bendinsky
Mr. John McDonough
Teaching a class of Special Education Stu-
dents is a job which requires much patience,
skill, concern, and time- both during and after
school. Maple Point is very lucky to have on
its staff two very excellent Special Education
Mr. William Huber
Typing, Shorthand I 8: II, Clerical Office Practice,'Business Math,
Accounting I 84 II, Record Keeping, and Business Law.
Mrs. Isabel MacLeary
Mrs. Sandra deGroot
The Hall Aides, Cafeteria Staff, and
Custodial Staff work all year round to
keep our school running smoothly and
efficiently. The Cafeteria Staff is re-
sponsible for our delicious lunches, the
Custodial keeps our building spotless,
and our Hall Aides monitor student
traffic between classes.
Mrs Ellen Dougherty
Mrs Stephanie Kotkiewicz
Mrs. Janet Maar
Mrs Alice Nielson
Mrs. Marie Nardie
Mrs. Marilyn Phillips
Mrs. Geraldine Read.
Mrs. Frances Stewart
Emma Wagenman, M
CUSTODIAL STAFF - HALL AIDES
Mr. David Kulp, Head Custodian Mrs. Marie Ferlstermacher
Mr. Edward Cavanaugh Mrs. Lois Lentine
Mr. Robert Thompson Mr. Vincent Konen
CLASS OF 1977
SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS
Mr. Helmut Glaeser, Advisor, Lois Snyder, Joyce Carastro
Tina Testin, Sue Westphal, Judy Arnold
We as Seniors, the products of Neshaminy Maple Point, are proud to be
its first graduating class. Through our three years of high school life, one at
Neshaminy Langhorne and two at Neshaminy Maple Point, we have learned
much about ourselves and how much we can accomplish in such little time.
With the help of our dedicated teaching staff and our enthusiasm, we have
layed a foundation for the oncoming senior classes. I
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BRIAN J. ABRESCIA KIMI ADAMS SCOTT A. ADAMS
RICK ADDEO JUDY A. AMBRUSTER MICHAEL D. ANDERSON
KIRT K, ANGEBRANNDT CYNTHIA A. APPLEGATE CHARLES ARASIM
JUDY ARNOLD GEORGE AUBLEY
DAVE W, BAUER MARY BETH BAUR
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CATHERINE BENNETT RONALD J. BENVENUTO
GARY R. BELL
PAUL M. BERGAMINI
ROBERT H. BERGEN HARVEY E. BERMAN JAMES, J, BERNARDINO
THOMAS J. BESSO RICHARD B. BIEL, ANDREW BOROCHANER 3 . , , f
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JUDITH A. BULLEN
JANET M. CAHILL
JOHANNA M. BURTON
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JAMES D. CIVITELLO
CYNTHIA ROSE CONIGLIO
LINDA S. COWAN BETSY CRAIG
DAVID J. CRISPELL DONNA CUDNEY
SUSAN DARNLEY JACK DAVIS
CATHLEEN M. CRISPELL
DAVID A. DAVITIAN JEFFREY J. DAY
JEFFREY L. DELAHANTY GUY DESJARDINS
SUE DIABELKO THOMAS DIAMOND
MIKE DE FRANCO
LISA DE VICARIS
LINDA S. DICKERT
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JOHN MITCHELL DUGO DEBORAH A, DULL
JAMES J. DODD-O
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MICHAEL P. DZURISIN JANE ECK DALE S. EVANS
MICHELLE L. EVANS DEBRA M. FAGAN ERIC S. FALLICK
COLLEEN ANN FECHO BRIAN FEINBERG LINDA FERGUSON
ANN FILES JEAN A. FISSINGER
ROBERT FORSBERG DAVID J. FOSTER
ROBERT A, FRICK KATHLEEN MARITA GALLAGHER
ELLEN C. FRELOND
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JAMES GATTONE LINDA M. GAUSLINE LEWIS GAUTIERI
CHERYL GEARHART LARRY E. GECHT TORI ANNE GENNARIA
KAREN M. GEORGE SARAH L. GERBER LINDA C- GIACCIO
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JAMES GILES JOSEPH GILMORE DONALD J. GIMPEL
ERIC GOEHL BRUCE E. GOLDBERG JODI GOLDBERG
JORDAN GOLDBERG LYNN GOLDSTEIN MARIA GOMEZ
ALLAN GONDAK BARBARA GRAUL SUSAN GRAYESKI
RANDY GREEN KATHLEEN P, GROVE JEFFERY GRUSSENMEYER
BILL GULLA ALISON A. HAHN MARK S. HALE
NICHOLAS QUENTIN HANEMAN
RANDY B. HARTMAN
CHARLES S. HERRING
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JOHN M. HIDALGO
RANDY HOFMEISTER WENDY W. HOSBACH
MARK C. HOUSMAN DARLA HUGHES
CHERYL HUNT CHRISTOPHER HUNTER
KATHLEEN A. INMAN DAVID S. JACK JON JACKOPIN
DANIEL JOSEPH JACKSON JEFF JONES I TERESA JUSTICE
JOHN KALAPOS DAVID J. KAPLAN ALLYSON L. KAPSH
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STEVEN KELLY ROBIN R. KEMMERER JUDY M. KIRSHNER
BARBARA KLINGELE I up EVA KOCH STEPHEN R. KOELLNER
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ROBERT KOHLER WILLIAM R. KOHLER KEVIN D. KRAVITZ
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NANCY LAWLER LINDA M. LEKKA JOHN T. LENNON
CHRIS LEONARD BARBARA RAE LEVINE JOHN LUKSIC
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CYNTHIA LUTZ EDWARD R. MALAMPY MARTHA ANN MANRODT
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JOHN B. MARTIN
W. EDWARD MCCULLOUGH
RUSSEL P. MARTIN
MICHAEL L. MCGINLEY
COLLEEN MCGINTY KATHLEEN P. MCGOVERN DONNA M. MCGRAIN
JAMES MCGRORY CHRIS MCHUGH DEAN MCINTYRE
JOSEPH MCINTYRE MARTHA McKEE CHRISTINE MCMAHON
JOHN MCMASTER RICHARD MCNEICE THOMAS MEIER
BILL MEREDITH FREDERICK MERK DONALD MESSENGE
MARC MEYERS ELIZABETH ANNE MILLER JANE F. MILLER
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PATRICIA A. MORAN JOAN MORGAN CHARMAINE M. MOTZ
LAUREEN A, MOWRY PAMELA A. MOYER EDMUND A. MOZELESKI
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MARTIN MUNSKI JAMES MURPHY THOMAS MURRAY
SU ZANNE M. NOLAN
THOMAS E. OATES
MICHAEL J. NICHOLS
JAMES A. O'CALLAGHAN
MARGARET DENISE O'DONNELL JUDY ORLEAN CYNTHIA L. ORRIS
,JEFFREY OTTINGER NOREEN OWENS MONICA PACLISANU
DONNA J. PALMER ROBERT PANNUCCI KIMBERLY PARSONS
DAVID F. PASTERNACK STEVEN D. PEARL GARY M4 PECUCH
NANCY A. PEPPER CAROL ANNE PERERA DONNA L. PEREZ
JOHN PETRUS CHARLOTTE M. PICKETT RITA PIENTO
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DEBRA RUBIN VALERIE RUBINO BARBARA RUSHWICK
DENISE M. RUSHWICK MARK RUSSELL DIANA RYAN
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SHARON M. SANTY
LYDIA TALIA SAN KOW
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NANCY A. SABOL
JOSEPH W. SANPHY
CINDY JILL SCHECTER
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RICHARD J. SCHMIDT ROBERT SCHOEN
GARY D. SCHOFIELD
ROBIN M. SCHWARTZ SHARI B. SCHWARTZ
SCOTT R. SECREST ROBERT J. SEIDENBERGER
JOAN M. SCHWARZ
PAUL R. SEIFERTH
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BONNIE L, SIROTT DOROTHEA E. SMALL ROBERT A. SMALL
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STEVEN V. SPITS
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CAROLYN A. STAN HOPE
MIKE STERLING RONALD D. STETSER JOHN M. STRADLING
MICHELLE STRAIN PETE SULLENBERGER
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MARTINA M, TESTEN THOMAS J. THOMPSON WILLIAM H. TONER
JOSEPH H. TOSCANO
EDWARD J. TRACY ROBERT D. TRAUTMAN
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NANCY WAINE A- MARIE WATKINS SHARON WATKINS
LEO F. WEISHEW
WAYDE M. WESTON
SAGE WEINGARTEN LLOYD WEINSTEIN
RICHARD M. WEISS MARK K- WERNER
SUSAN J. WESTPHAL BRON WHITE
CHRIS WHITE MELANIE R. WHITTAM NANCY J. WHYTE
BARBARA E, WILLIAMS JEFFREY M. WILLS NANCY WINANS
DAWN E. WOOD DEBBIE A. WORKMAN KEITH M. WORST
MATTHEW N. WRIGHT JOHN YOCUM ANDREA ZITO
DORTHY ARDOMINO DEBORAH BATEZEL
ROBERT F. BODENSCHATZ TERRI ANNE CLOPTON EDWARD COYNE
SUSAN J. CURRAN DOROTHY DAY JOHN ERB
LEONA FRAWLEY JEAN GREGORY FRANK HARRIS
RITA McCANN DALE SYLVIA
SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES ARE
MICHAEL VALLETTO '
1977 GRAD ATE
ABRESCIA: Plans to study computer programming at
KIMI ADAMS: Participated in Cheerleading 11,123 Softball: Gym
Night: National Honor Society and Swim Team 10,11,12. Plans
to study physical education or physical therapy at East
Strousburg State College.
SCOTT A. ADAMS, Participated in Ice Hockey 10,11,12. Plans to
study law at New Hampshire College.
RICK ADDEO: Participated in Football 11,123 and Gym Night
1l,12. Plans to study law enforcement.
MICHAEL D. ANDERSON: Participated in Baseball10,11,12: and
Soccer 10,1l,12. He plans to study forestry at the University of
KURT K. ANGEBRANNDT: Participated as Soccer and
Basketball manager 1l,12. Plans to become a C.P,A..
CYNTHIA APPLEGATE: Participated as National Honor Society
Secretary 11,123 and Swim Team manager 12. Plans to make a
career of medical research at Temple University.
CHARLES ARASIM: Plans to make a career of music at the
Philadelphia Music Academy.
JUDY ARNOLD: Participated as Gym Night Co-captain 11: Gym
Night Blue Color Captain 123 Class- Trip Committee Chairman
11,123 and in Softball 11. Plans to study teaching and education
at East Strousburg State College.
GEQRGI-3 AUBLEY: Participated in Track and Cross Country
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CHERYL BAEDER: Participated in Volleyball 103 Softball 11:
Winter Track 12. Plans to attend Bucks County Technical School
DEBORAH G. BAETZEL: Participated in Winter Track 113 and
Junior Prom Committee ll. Plans to attend B.C.C.C. for police
DAVE W. BAUER: Plans to enlist in the service after graduation.
MARY BETH BAUER: Participated in Gymnastics 10,11, Swim
Team 11,12: and Ski Club, Plans to study park and game
GARY R. BELL: Participated in Football l0,II,I2Q Basketball
10,1 li and Gym Night. Plans to attend B.C.C.C..
PAUL M. BERGAMINI: Participated in Wrestling l0,11,12. Plans
to enter the Air Force after graduation.
ROBERT H. BERGEN: Participated in Wrestling, Gym Night,
National Honor Society, Concert Choir and Ski Club. Plans to
attend college after graduation.
HARVEY E. BERMAN: Participated in Debate 12: Chess Team
11,123 and Photography Club 11,12. Plans to major in
engineering at Cornell Universtiy.
THOMAS J. BESSO: Participated in Wrestling 10,11,12.
RICHARD BIEL: Plans to become an auto mechanic.
KEITH BOCCHICCIO: Participated in Baseball II, and National
Honor Society 11,12. Plans to attend college after graduation.
ROBERT F. BODENSCHATZ: Plans to become an auto
DUANE BOLAND: Participated in Winter Track 11,123 Cross
Country JIQ Track 10,l1,l23 and Gym Night 10,11.
ANDREW BOROCHANER: Participated in Track I1,12Q and
Football l1,l2. Plans to attend college after graduation,
MICHAEL J. BRENNAN: Participated in Football, Bowling and
as President of Student Union.
JOANNE BRESLIN: Participated in Concert Choir 11,123 Color
Guard 11,123 and School Musical 10.
DENISE K. BRITTON: Participated in Marching Band 12: and as
Library Aide 10,1 l,l2. Plans to have a career in nursing.
JAMES BROPHY: Participated in Stage Crew 10. Plans to attend
SUE BRYNER: Plans to become a business major.
SAMUEL A. BUDNICK1: Plans to become a construction worker.
JUDITH A. BULLEN: Participated in Concert Choir 11,123
National Honor Society 11,123 Gym Night 10,11,12: Prom
Committee 11,123 and a Student Representative 12. Planning to
attend B.C.C.C. to become a Medical Secretary.
ROBERT BUTTS: Participated in Bowling 11,l2: and Golf
10,1 1,12. Plans to study engineering in college.
JANET CAHILL: Participated in Majorettes 10,1 l,12g Tennis
11,l2: Concert Choir ll,12: Gym Night 10,1 1,123 Wrestlerettes
11,122 and Newspaper l1,12, Plans to attend West Chester State
College to become a health and physical education major.
MICHAEL CANNON: Participated in Track 10,11. Plans to
attend Florida Institute for marine biology.
JOYCE E. CARASTRO: Participated in National Honor Society
11,123 Concert Choir 11, Color Guard 11, Newspaper 103 School
Musicals 10,11 and was a member of the Class Council. Plans to
go into nursing.
CHRISTOPHER J. CARSON: Participated in Gym Night
1O,1l,l2. Plans to attend B.C.C.C.
DOUG CARUGATI: Participated in Football, Track, and Gym
Night. Plans to attend college after graduation.
THOMAS CASTERLINE: Participated in Tennis 10,11,12.
KRIS CAUFFMAN: Participated in Soccer 10,11,12g and Track
10,1l,12. Plans to attend Bucknell University.
MICHAEL A. CECCONI: Participated in Football 1O,11,12. Plans
to attend Northwood Institute.
MARGE CHARLTON: Participated in Yearbook 123 School Store
TOM CHRISTIAN: Participated in Concert Band 10,11,12: Jazz
Band 10,1 1,12Q National Honor Society 11,122 and Soccer 11. Plans
to study music.
DONNA CLARK: Plans to make a career in business.
TERRI ANN CLOPTON: Participated in Symphonic Choir 10:
Concert Choir 11,12: National Honor Society 11,12. Plans to
MARTHA CONCA: Participated in Ski Club: Senior Float
Committee. Plans to attend B.C.C.C. and pursue a job with the
JENNIE CORBETT: Participated in National Honor Society
1I,I2Q B.C.C.C.Enrichment Program. Planning to attend
Princeton University to study psychology.
MICHAEL COSACK: Participated in Basketball. Planning to
STEVE COSTANZO: Participated in Football 10,11. Plans to
attend Bucks County Tech. School for refrigeration.
LINDA S. COWAN: Participated in Student Union as Treasurer
12: Baseball Statistician 11,12.
BETSY CRAIG: Participated in Gym Night 10,11: Intramural
Basketball 11. Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and pursue a career
CATHLEEN M. CRISPELL: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 1,125
Cross Country Captain IIQ Winter Track 11,123 and Track
10,11,12. Plans to attend West Chester State College.
DAVID CRISPELL: Participated in Stage Crew: Band: Ski Club3
and Photography Club. Plans to make a career in photography.
SUSAN J. CURRAN: Participated in Majorette 10: Wrestlerette
10: Gym Night 10: Prom Committee 11. Plans to pursue a career
SUSAN DARNLEY: Participated, in Band 10,1l,l23 Tennis 11,12.
Plans to pursue a career in nursing.
JERRY C. DAVIS: Participated in Wrestling 10. Plans to enter the
Air Force a take up baking.
DAVID A. DAVITIAN: Participated in Bowling 11,12: National
Honor Society 11,12. Plans to be a mechanical engineer.
JEFFREY J. DAY: Plans to enter U.S.A.F,.
MIKE DeFRANCO: Plans to go into printing.
JEFFREY L. DELAHANTY: Participated in Baseball and Tennis.
THEODORE B. DeMATTO: Participated in Cross Country 123
Tennis l1,l2: Soccer 10,11: Track 12: and National Honor
GUY DESJARDINS: Participated in Soccer 11: Marching Band
11,123 and Jazz Band 12.
LISA DeVICARIS: Participated in Cheerleading 10,11: Gym Night
Captain 10,11,123 and Trip Committee 11,12. Plans to attend
Penn State to study physical education.
THOMAS DIAMOND: Participated in Cross Country 11,12: Track
10,1l,12: Football 10: and Concert Choir 11,12. Plans to go into
LINDA S. DICKERT: Participated in Band 10,1 1,12g National
Honor Society 1l,12: and a Student Representative 12.
LORI DIETRICH: Participated in Basketball 12.
LINDA M. DIETZ: Plans to attend B.C.C.C. and become a legal
ROCKY DOTO: Participated in Football 10,11: Gym Night
10,11,12: and Spring Track 12.
RICHARD DOYLE: Plans to become an electrical technician.
RENEE DUFFIELD: Participated in Cheerleading 10,l1: Gym
Night 1l,12. Plans to attend Penn State University and in her
spare time work with the handicap.
JOHN MITCHELL DUGO: Participated in Band 10,11,12. Plans
to go into photography.
DANIEL DYJAK: Participated in Football 10,11,12: Symphonic
Choirg School Musical 10: Swim Team ll: Student Union 11:
and Concert Choir.
MICHAEL P. DZURISIN: Participated in Band 10,11: and
Newspaper 12. Plans to attend college after graduation.
JIM EDMONISON: Plans to attend B.C.C.C. and then attend
Phila. School of Art.
DIRK ELSTON: Participated in Newspaper 1O,l1,12: National
Honor Society l1,12: Student Union 12: and Student Exchange
Club 10,11. Plans to go into medicine.
MICHELLE L. EVANS: Participated in Gym Night 10. Plans to
attend college after graduation.
DEBORAH S. FAGAN: Plans to become a free-lance photographer
ERIC S. FALLICK: Participated in Chess Club 1l,12: Mathletes
11,123 and National Honor Society l1,12. Plans to attend R.P.I.
to study physics.
COLLEEN ANN FECHO: Participated in Cheerleading 10,11:
Track 10: Swim Team 12: and Gym Night 12. Plans to go into
BRIAN FEINBERG: Participated in Newspaper l1,12: and
National Honor Society 11,12. Plans to attend the University of
Penna. and study medicine.
LINDA FERGUSON: Participated in Color Guard 11,123
Basketball Statistician:Concert Choir 1l,12: School Musical
11,12: and Winter Track 11.
ANN FILES: Plans to attend Bloomsburg State College and study
JEAN A. FISSINGER: Participated in Baseball 10,1 1,12g Track
103 and Field Hockey 11,12. Plans to attend Penn State
University and become a veterinarian.
GARY FORSBERG: Plans to attend college and study psychology.
MARK R. FREMILLER: Plans to attend Bucks County Technical
School and study mechanical engineering.
ELLEN C. FRELOND: Participated in Swim Team 11.
DAVID FOSTER: Plans to become an advertising agent.
KATHLEEN GALLAGHER: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 1,12.
Plans to attend Palm Beach Junior College and become a legal
DENNIS GASKILL: Plans to attend art school.
JAMES GATHONE: Participated in Gymnastics. Plans to enter
the U.S. Navy and study aviation.
LEWIS GAUTIERI: Plans to attend B.C.C.C. and Rider College
to study accounting.
CHERYL L. GEARHEART: Participated in National Honor
Society 1l,12: School Musicals 10,1 1,l2g Majorettes 11,l2: and
Concert Choir pianist 10,1 1,12. Plans to attend Presbyterian
Medical Center to study nursing.
TORI ANNE GENNARIA: Participated in Symphonic Choir 10:
Concert Choir 11,125 Drama Club: Musicals: and Gym Night.
Plans to study nursing.
KAREN M. GEORGE: Participated on the Swim Team ll. Plans
to become an X-Ray technician.
SARAH GERBER: Participated in Concert Choir 1l,12: and
School Musicals 11,12. Plans to make a career of fashion buying
LINDA C. GIACCIO: Participated in Swim Team 10,1 1,12: Prom
Committee ll: and Gym Night.
ERIC GOEHL: Participated in Student Exchange, Ski Club,
Newspaper, Tennis. Plans to attend college.
BRUCE E. GOLDBERG: Participated in National Honor Society
1l,l2: and Debate 10,11,12. Plans to attend Haverford College to
JODI GOLDBERG: Participated in Hockey 11: Gym Night 10,12:
Swim Team 11: and Softball 10,12. Plans to study elementary
JORDAN GOLDBERG: Participated in Bowling 10: Volleyball 10:
Tennis ll: and Gym Night 10. Plans to study dentistry.
LYNN GOLDSTEIN: Participated in Debate 10,1 1,l2g Literary
Magazine 11,123 National Honor Society l1,12: Library Aide 12:
and Special Ed. Aide 12. Plans to attend Wesleyan University.
MARIA GOMEZ: Plans to enter the field of sales and
BARBARA GRAUL: Plans to study computer programming.
SUSAN GRAYESKI: Plans to become an airline hostess.
BILL GULLA: Plans to study music.
MARK S. HALE: Plans to enter the Air Force.
NICHOLAS QUENTIN HANEMAN: Participated in Soccer
10,11,12: Track 12: Gym Night l0,1I.I2: and Swim Team 12.
Plans to study engineering.
PAULINE M. HANKINSON: Plans to oecome a secretary.
RANDY B. HARTMAN: Participated in Baseball 10,1 1,12:
Football 10,1 1,l2: and Gym Night 11,12. Plans to attend college.
MAUREEN A. HELTZEL: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 1,123
Softball l0,11,l2: Hockey 1l,l2: Bowling ll: Ski Club 103 Swim
Team 12: and National Honor Society 11,12. Plans to attend
East Strousdburg State to study elementary education.
FREDERICK HENDRICKSON: Participated in Co-Op Program.
Plans to attend B.C.C.C.
LAURA HERR: Participated in Basketball 10,1 1,l2: served as
captain for Field Hockey 10,11,12: and for Gym Night 11.
Planning to attend Cornell University.
CHARLES HERRING: Participated in Ice Hockey 12: and Ski
WENDY W. HOSBACH: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. to study art
ANITA HOUGHTON: Participated in Hockey 10,1 1,123 Softball
10,1 1,125 Gym Night 11,12: and Student Union. Planning to
'study special education.
MARK C. HOUSMAN: Participated in Football ll.
TIM HUGHES: Participated in Football 11,12: Baseball 10,11,12.
Plans to attend college.
CHERYL HUNT: Planning -to study modelmg.
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DAVID S. JACK: Participated in Concert Choir 11,12: Marching
Band 10,11: Gym Night 10,11,12: and School Musicals. Planning
to study music after graduation.
JEFF JONES: Planning to attend Penco. Tech..
TERESA JUSTICE: Plans to become a teacher.
JOHN KALAPOS: Participated in Basketball 10,11,12: and
Baseball 10,1 1,12. Planning to attend college after graduation.
DAVID KAPLAN: Participated in Soccer 11: Chess Club 11,12:
Track 11,l2: and Ski Club 11,12. Plans to attend college.
ALLYSON L. KAPSH: Participated in Swim Team 10,1 l,12. Plans
to attend college in Florida to study nursing.
STEVEN KELLY: Participated in Ice Hockey 10. Plans to attend
ROBIN ZIGGY KEMMERER: Plans to study modeling and
ROBERT J. KIRCHNER: Participated in Ice Hockey 10,11,12.
Plans to attend B.C.C.C..
JUDY M. KIRSHNER: Participated in National Honor Society
11,12: Ski Club 12: Student Union 10,123 and Gym Night 11,12.
Plans to study the social sciences.
BARBARA KLINGELE: Plans to study business management.
EVA KOCH: Participated in Ski Club 10,1 1,12: National Honor
Society l1,12: and Student Exchange 10,1 1. Plans to study
STEPHEN R. KOELLNER: Participated in Wrestling 1l,12. Plans
to attend Bucknell to study accounting.
ROBERT KOHLER: Participated in Marching Band 10. Planning
to attend Nathaniel Hawthorne College and become a commercial
KEVIN KRAVITZ: Planning to attend Lehigh Universtiy to study
STEPHEN T. KRZYWONOS: Participated in Gym Night
10,11,12: Drama l1,12: and Concert Choir 11,12. Planning to
GUS H. KUHL: Participated in Stage Crew 11: Gymnastics 113
and Soccer 10,11. Planning to major in accounting.
JOHN KUMBAT: Participated in Baseball: Football: Basketball:
Track: and Gym Night. Planning to attend college after
ANTHONY LaBRASCA: Participated in Gym Night 12:
Newspaper II,I2Q Mathletes 1l,12: and Student Union 11.
Planning to attend college after graduation.
DWAYNE M. LACKOWSKI: Plans to make a career in factory
MICHELLE LaFLEUR: Participated in Bowling 11, Planning to
study computer programming after graduation.
STEVE LANDOFI: Participated in Gym Night 11,12.
NG ON Partici ated in Hocke 11,12: Softball 10,1l,12,
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Planning to attend college after graduation.
NANCY LAWLOR: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 1,125
Yearbook 11: and as Color Guard 11.12. Planning to attend
Slippery Rock College.
JOHN T. LENNON: Participated in Wrestling 10,11,12: Volleyball
l0,11,l2: Concert Choir 1l,12: and in Air Force R.O.T,C. 11,12.
Planning to attend college after graduation.
CHRIS LEONARD: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 l,12g
Yearbook 12: Color Guard II,I2, Student Forum 11,12: and as a
School Board Representative. Planning to attend Shippensburg
State College to study business administrative and marketing.
BARBARA RAE LEVINE: Participated in Newspaper 10.
Planning to attend Syracuse University to study communications.
JOHN LUKSIC: Participated in Football 11,123 Basketball: and in
Baseball ll. Plans to pursue a career in surgery.
NICHOLAS A. LUNG: Participated in Basketball 11,12: and in
Baseball 12. Planning to attend Temple University to pursue a
career in broadcasting.
CYNTHIA. LUTZ: Participated in Winter Track: Literary
Magazine: and National Honor Society 11,12. Planning to attend
Brigham Young College.
PATRICK J. LYNCH: Participated in Wrestling 12. Planning to
MARTHA ANN MANRODT: Participated in Drama Club
10,l1,12: Concert Choir 10,l1,12: and in Gym Night ll,12.
Planning to attend B.C.C.C.
HAROLD V. MARKLE: Participated in Football 11,123 and in
Volleyball ll. Planning to study forestry after graduation.
BARB MARRA: Planning to become a legal secretary.
JOHN B. MARTIN: Attended Bucks County Tech. School 11,12.
Planning to become a carpenter apprentice.
JANET MASON: Participated in Photography Club. Planning to
join the Army after graduation.
W. EDWARD MCCULLOUGH: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. for
THOMAS MCFARLANE: Participated in Basketball 10,1 1,12.
MICHAEL L. MCGINLEY: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 1,12
Marching Band 10,11,12: Wrestling 1,0,11,l23 Cross Country 11
Track 12: and Orchestra 11,12.
KATHLEEN P. MCGOVERN: Plans to study data processing.
DONNA MCGRAIN: Participated in Student Union 11: and F.T.A.
10: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and then to the University of
Penna. to become a social worker.
DEAN MCINTYRE: Participated in National Honor Society II,I2Q
and in Newspaper 11,12. Planning to attend the Sherman College
JOE MCINTYRE: Participated in Football 10,1 1: Baseball 11: and
MARTHA McKEE: Participated in Student Union l1,12: Gym
Night IZ, Golf Team 11,l2: and Ski Club 10,11,12. Planning to
become a lawyer.
THOMAS F. MEIRER: Participated in Football 10,l1,12:
Basketball l0,11,12: Baseball 11,123 and Gym Night 10,1 1,12.
BILL MEREDITH: Participated in Ski Club 10,1 1,12: Gym Night
11: School Musical 11: and Concert Choir l1,12. Planning to
travel and then find a career in landscaping or communications.
MARC MEYERS: Participated in Track II,I2, Gym Night
10,1l,12: Band 10,11,12 and was a Band Representative 10,12.
Planning to study music and the social sciences.
ELIZABETH ANNE MILLER: Participated in Student Union
11,123 Concert Choir II,I2Q and Gym Night 10,l1,12. Planning
to study advertising or art education.
JANE F. MILLER: Participated in Basketball 11,12: Volleyball 10:
Gym Night 10,l2: and F.T.A. 10. Planning to pursue a career in
TAMARA J. MITCHELL: Participated in School Musical 11: and
as Captain of Majorette Squad 10,11,12. Planning to attend
B.C.C.C. and major in accounting.
PATRICIA ANN MOCK: Participated in Student Union 11,12.
Planning to attend Thomas Jefferson University to study nursing.
EDWINA M. MONEK: Participated in Concert Choir l1,12:
Yearbook 12: Student Exchange 10,1 1: Gym Night 12: Service
Club 11: and as National Honor Society Secreatry 11,12.
Planning to attend Temple University to study optometry.
PATRICIA ANN MORAN: Participated in Student Union 11,125
Student Exchange 12: and Gym Night 11.
CHARMAINE M. MOTZ: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and
become a legal secretary.
LAUREEN MOWRY: Participated in School Musical IZ, Concert
Choir 11,12: Gym Night 11,123 and Yearbook 12. Planning to
attend B.C.C.C. and Millersville to study music.
PAMELA A. MOYER: Participated in Hockey 11,12: Tennis
l0,l1,12: Gym Night 10,11,12: Swim Team 10,1 I,I2Q National
Honor Society 11,12: and Concert Choir 11,12. Planning to
attend Penn. State to study nursing.
EDMUND A. MOZELESKI: Planning to attend Delaware Valley
College of Agriculture and Science.
THOMAS MURRAY: Participated in Student Union II,I2Q and
Gym Night 10,1 1,12. Planning to attend college after graduation.
CLAIRE NEIGER: Participated in School Newspaper and National
Honor Society 11,12- president. Planning to attend the University
LYNYRD NEYRA: Planning to attend M.C.C.C. to study
THOMAS OATES: Participated in Gym Night l0,I1,l2Q National
Honor Society 11,123 Concert Choir 11,123 Student Union 11,123
and School Musicals 10,1 1,12. Planning to attend Shippensburg
LAWRENCE O'DONNELL: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. to study
MARGARET D. O'DONNELL: Participated in Gym Night
10,l1,l2g Basketball 103 and Softball 11,12. Planning to attend
Shippensburg State College to study business administration.
JUDY ORLEAN: Participated in Gym Night 10,11,l23 Swim Team
11,12, Track manager 10,1 1,12 and Ski Club 11,12. Planning to
attend college after graduation.
CINDY ORRIS: Participated in Gym Night 10,l1,123 Volleyball
11 and in Yearbook ll. Planning to attend Penn. State to study
MONICA PACLISONU: Participated in Student Union 11,12 and
Gym Night 10,1 1,12. Planning to attend the University of
ROBERT PANNUCCI: Plans to make a career in construction.
KIMBERLY PARSONS: Participated in Cheerleading l0,1l,l23
Softball and Gym Night 10,11,12. Plans to major in physical
DAVID PASTERNACK: Participated in Concert Choir 11,12.
Plans to study engineering.
GARY M. PECUCH: Participated in National Honor Society
11,123 Band l0,11,123 Tennis 10,11,123 Student Athletic Board
11,12 and Gym Night 10,1 l,12. Planning to enter the U.S. Air
NANCY A. PEPPER: Participated in Band 11,123 Prom
Committee 1-lg Gym Night 103 Wrestlerettes 10, and Sophomore
Student Council. Planning to become a business secretary.
DONNA PEREZ: Participated in Newspaper lll Yearbook ll,
Literary Magazine 11 and Gym Night 12. Planning to attend
Dickinson College to study psychology.
RITA PIENTO: Participated in Gym Night 10,l2. Planning to
attend Northampton County College to study dental hygiene.
JOANN M. PIROLLO: Participated in Basketball 10. Planning to
join the Air Force to study physical education.
SANDRA LACCHETTI: Planning to find a career in medicine.
ALLAN R. POSNER: Participated in School Musical 11, Ski Club
10,11,12 and Gym Night 11,12. Plans to attend Temple School of
MAUREEN QUINLISK: Participated in Student Union 11,123
Color Guard 12: and Gym Night 11,12.
WILLIAM RASPANTI: Participated in Football 10,11,12.
Planning to attend Northwood Institute after graduation.
GREG REARICK: Participated in Track 11. Planning to attend
CARLA J. REDDY: Participated in Band 10,11,123 Swim Team
12g Drama 11 and National Honor Society 11,12. Planning to
attend Millersville State College to become a medical lab
JUDY REINHOLD: Participated in Cheerleading 103 Swim Team
12, and Softball 10,11,l2. Planning to attend college after
COLEMAN ROACH: Participated in Gymnastics 10. Planning to
become an electrical contractor.
DAVID ROCCO: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. after graduation.
MARK S. RODGERS: Participated in Football 10, Tennis
10,l1,12g Gym Night 11,12 and Swim Team. Planningfto enter
the Air Force Academy of Aeronautical Engineering.
CYNTHIA M. ROGAN: Participated in Gym Night 10. Planning to
attend college after graduation.
DEBRA RUBIN: Participated in Ski Club 10,1l,l2g Color Guard
10,113 Soccer'11,12g Gym Night 10,11,12 and National Honor
Society-vice-president 11,12. Plans to attend Endinboro State
DIANA RYAN: Planning to become a legal secretary.
-DONNA M. RYAN: Participated in Gym Night 10. Planning to
attend B.C.C.C. to study business.
NANCY A. SABOL: Participated in Cheerleading 10: Basketball
11,12 and Gym Night 10,1 1,12-captain. Planning to study
LYDIA TALIA SANKOW: Participated in Gym Night decorations
113 National Honor Society 11,12 and Yearbook 11,12-editor.
Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and Rider to become a C.P.A..
JOESPH W. SANPHY: Participated in Cross Country Track 10
and Concert Choir 10. Planning to attend B.C.C.C. after
SHARON M. SANTY: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and become a
ANDREA LYNN SASAK: Participated in Rifle Club 10,
Yearbook 12 and National Honor Society 11,12. Planning to
attend Lehigh University to study accounting.
CINDY J. SCHECTER: Planning to attend C.W. Post College to
RICHARD J. SCHMIDT: Planning to become a marine biologist.
ROBERT SCHOEN: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. after graduation.
GARY D. SCHOFIELD: Planning to attend Penco Tech. School after
ROBIN M. SCHWARTZ: Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and then
the University of Tampa to study psychology.
SHARI B. SCHWARTZ: Participated in QNationa1 Honor Society
11,12, and Ski Club 12. Planning to attend college and major in
JOAN M. SCHWARZ: Planning to become a dental assistant.
GERI L. SECREST: Participated in Softball 113 Gym Night co-
captain 103 and R.O.T.C. 11,12. Planning to enter the U.S. Naval
Academy after graduation.
SCOTT SECREST: Participated in Soccer 10,1 1,123 Track
1O,1l,12q Concert Choir 11,123 School Musicals 11,123 National
Honor Society 11,123 Gym Night 11,123 and Drama Club 11,12.
Planning to study electrical engineering 'at R.P.I..
ROBERT SEIDENBERGER: Participated in Football 10,1 1,12.
Planning to attend the University of Pittsburg after graduation.
PAUL SEIFERTH: Planning to become a steel worker.
SCOTT SEMMEL: Participated in Soccer l0,1lQ Track 11,12g
Concert Choir 11,12: Gym Night l0,11,l23 and School Musicals
11,12. Planning to study enviromental engineering after
HEIDI SEURING: Participated in Track 10,11,l23 Student Union
11,123 Volleyball ll, Gym Night 10,1 1,123 and Ski Club
10,1l,l2. Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and then Penn. State.
DONNA SEYFERHELT: Participated in Student Union 11,121
Gym Night l0,l1,12g Color Guard 103 Yearbook 123 National
Honor Society 11,123 and as a Basketball statician. Planning to
study foreign language.
RICHARD SHANDLEMAN: Participated in Soccer l0,11,123
Tennis 11,123 Ski Club 10,1 1,123 and Gym Night 11,12-captain.
Planning to find a career in medicine.
WILLIAM SHEAF: Planning to become a cabinet maker.
GLORIA SHEPPARD: Planning to become a dental assistant.
JOYCE SILVESTRI: Planning to attend college and study dental
JANET SIMMONS: Planning to go to college and become a nurse.
KEITH SIMPSON: Participated in Footbal13 Basketball3 and Track.
Planning to attend college and study veterinary medicine.
BONNIE SIROTT: Participated in Gymnastics I0,ll,l2Q National
Honor Society 11,123 Student Union 113 and Gym Night
10,ll,l2. Planning to attend Penn. State and Study physical
DOROTHEA SMALL: Participated in Cheerleading 11.
BEVERLY J. SMITH: Participated in Student Exchange 103
National Honor Society 11,123 Gym Night 10,11,123 Yearbook 12
and Symphonic Choir. Planning to attend college and study
KEVIN SMITH: Participated in Soccer 10,1 l,12.
LOIS SNYDER: Participated in Marching Band 11,12: Concert
Band 11,123 Ski Club 11,123 National Honor Society 11,123 and
as class treasurer 11,12. Planning to attend Penn. State to study
ANITA SOTTILE: Participated in Hockey 11,12 and Student
Exchange 10. Planning to study business administration.
DONNA SOUILLARD: Participated in Gym Night 10,1 1,12.
Planning to attend college after graduation.
BEN SPEDDING: Participated in Gym Night II,I2Q Swim Team
11,123 Jazz Band 10,1 1,123 School Musical 113 Concert Choir
11,123 and Soccer 11. Planning to major in engineering.
DONNA SPEIDEL: Participated in Concert Choir 11, and School
Musical 11. Planning to attend B.C.C.C. and study management.
DIANE SPOCK: Participated in Track 11. Planning to study
broadcasting after graduation.
MIKE STERLING: Participated in Baseball 10,l1,12. Planning to
attend college after graduation.
JOHN STRADLING: Participated in Football 11,12.
PAUL STRUWE: Participated in Basketball 11,12.
PETE SULLENBERGER: Participated in Band I0,II,I2Q and
Swim Team 11,12.
TERESA SULLIVAN: Participated in Gym Night 10. Plans to become
a bank teller.
MARTINA TESTEN: Participated in School Musicals 10,1 I,l2Q
Majorette 10,1 I,l2Q Concert Choir 11,123 Swim Teamg Drama
Club3 Gym Night 10,1 l,l2Q National Honor Society 11,12 and as
class secretary. Plans to study nursing.
THOMAS THOMPSON: participated in Soccer 10,1 1,12 and
JOESPH TOSCANO: Participated in Rifle Club 10. Planning to
make a career in teaching.
EDWARD TRACY: Participated in Baseball 10,11,12 and Ski
Club 10,1l,l2. Planning to attend B.C.C.C. after graduation.
JOEL TYRRELL: Participated in Football 10,1 1,12 and Bowling
11,12. Planning to attend Williamson School of Mechanical
Trades for carpentry.
LAURA E. URBANI: Participated in Ski club 10,1 1,123 Basketball
I0,II,l2Q Football 123 Soccer 12, Gym Night lO,II,I2Q Softball
11,123 and Student Government. Plans to study chemical
THEONE VAFAKOS: Plans to enter the Air Force.
LINDA VANCE: Participated in Hockey Il,l21 Ski Club: and
Student Union 11,12. Plans to attend college.
GENE WAINRIGHT: Plans to enter the field of restaurant
ANNE MARIE WATKINS: Plans to attend business school.
CHARLES WEINBERG: Participated in Basketball 11,123
Baseball 11,123 and National Honor Society.
SAGE WEINGARTEN: Participated in Volleyball. Plans to attend
B.C.C.C. to study music and physical education.
LEO F. WEISHEW: Participated in Track 11,12. Plans to study
RICHARD M. WEISS: Plans to enter the Air Force.
MARK K. WERNER: Participated in Cross Country 10,1 1,12.
Plans to study electronics.
WAYDE M. WESTON: Participated in Concert Choir 11,123 Jazz
Band 11,123 School Musicals 11,12: Drama Club 11,123
Mathletes 11,123 Marching Band 11,123 Gym Night 10,123 Band
10,1 I,l2Q and Wrestling 10. Plans to attend Haverford College to
SUSAN J. WESTPHAL: Participated in Ski Club 10,1l,123 Tennis
11,123 and as class president 11,12. Plans to study nursing.
BRON WHITE: Participated in Ski Club. Plans to become a court
SYD WHITE: Participated in Cross Country3 Trackg and Gym
Night, Plans to attend Penn State to major in biology.
JEFFREY M. WILLS: Plans to study business.
NANCY WINANS: Participated in Color Guard ll,l2Q and Gym
Night 11. Plans to study education.
KEITH WORST: Participated in Basketball 10,1 1,12. Plans to
enter the Air Force.
NANCY WHYTE: Participated in Orchestra 10,11,123 Concert
Band 123 Marching Band 11,123 Symphonic Choir 123 and
Basketball ll. Plans to attend Trenton State College to study
DAWN WOOD: Participated in Bowling l0,lI,l2Q Tennis 11,123
Marching Band 10,11,123 Concert Band 10,1 1,123 Orchestra
I0,ll,I2Q and Gym Night 10,1 1,12. Plans to attend B.C.C.C.
MATTHEW N. WRIGHT: Participated in Football 10,113 Stage
Crew lI,l2Q Track 103 Ski Club 10,1 1,12: Student Union ll, and
Gym Night 10,1 1,12. Plans to attend Temple University to study
JOHN YOCUM: Participated in Stage Crew lI,I2Q Gym Night
11,123 Graphic Arts Club 12. Plans to attend Drexel University
to study mechanical engineering.
ANDREA ZITO: Plans to become a pilot.
EILEEN ZUCKER: Participated as Swim Team manager 11,12.
Plans to study nursing.
CLASS OF 1978
JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS
Mary Ellen Hatch, Marina Demes, Sue Kerry, Becky Spencer, Annette Midlick, Dawn Shardlow.
From Neshaminy Junior High School and Carl Sandburg Junior
High School came the class of "78". With a very successful trip in our
Freshman year to New York and Longwood Gardens, we looked for-
ward to a great social life here at Maple Point. As Sophomores we
played at Hershey Park, and in the spring hosted a very successful class
picnic at nearby Core Creek Park.
But 1977 has been our most enjoyable year. January brought lots of
snow as we traveled to the Catskill Mountains. There, at the Rocking
Horse Ranch, we skiied, snowmobiled, skated and danced for two days
of winter fun. Then on June 3rd, we gathered at our Junior Prom to the
music of "Pop-Eyen.
Now we are seniors, and as the graduating class are looking ahead to
a great year as the class of 1978.
Mary Ellen Hatch, Class President
Mike Ferri, Linda Cunicelli, Debbie Spillane, Joyce Sheeto, Doxnna Di Felice, Dianne Pavonarius, Dan Ciambrone, Ken Donelly, Maureen Hendrickson, Holly
Byer, Donna Dreyer, Melanie Nickerson, Sue Kerry, Karen Iuris, Fay Startzel, Holly Winfield, Theresa Feeney, George Regan, Sue Aspray, Mike Malloy, Ted
Weaver, Alan Gross, Tom Arabis, Alan Thomas, Terry Vogt, Bruce Sylvestri, Keith Free, Margo Vafakos
Linda Eflinger, Carol Averbach, Sandy Chattin, Sandra Turner, Linda Menhart, Karen Davies, Kim Cala, Lois Sinclair, Kathy Armour, Jack George, Curtis
Evans, Bean Kennedy, Howard Nemeroff, Jeff Jenkins, Sue Williams, Mary Ann Schrader, Bill Lloyd, Chuck Hair, Karen Kohler, Bruce Hendrickson, Ron
Shoemaker, Todd Montgomery, Amy Benner, Bob Strause, Joe Quinslick, Jim Parsons, John Waterbury
Becky Spencer, Amy Zucker, Janine Dugo, Bonnie Cohen, Dawn Shardlow, Barb Magrie, Kattie Thorpe, Janie Padolsky, Lee Dufendach, Rich Hetzel, Glenn
Breslin, Herbert Newber, Vince Shatto, Bruce Paralis, Dan Brown, Cherryl Parry, Scott Gurney, Jerry Giles, Bill Welch, Rick Whitney, Eric Black, Joe Small,
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war z, ar ol berg, Bill Gormcky, Scott Myers, Rich McClelland, Kevin Beck, Ken Cameron, Krls Rubmo, Dan Erney, Carol Vogenberg
Litta Kent, Sue Hamilton, Joe Brownstein, Jeff Marion, Scott Burgess Monica Skwirut Dee Citara Mary Selvaggi Jackie Cull K'tt J d Sh
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Shastall, Janice Hahn, Jeanette Duncan, Kevin Burns, Bill Hamen, Frank Rohn, Bob English, Chuck Hildago, Al Cala, John McDermott, Dennis Crocker
Ellen Heyman, Karen Downs, Grace Pastorella, Michelle Halfon, Debbie Doman, Debbie Cummings, Debbie Nance, Sue Koziol, Sue Spock, Chuck Walter,
Fred Frumberg, Lion Weissman, Gerard Allonzo, Mark Turpyn, Frank Breslin, Michael Carnarius, Bill Woodruff, Cindy Edelson, Pat Hoffman Stu Nagurka,
Kirk Forchetti, Greg George, Keith Kellam, David Stein, Sheldon Bogos, Jim Moore, Bill Arters, John Roe, Lisa Di Carto.
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Douglas Hadry, Donna Simpson, Mary Ellen Hatch, Kathy Skuban, Paula Jones, Shirrll Johnson, Donna Lorandeau, Herb Wunder, Bryan Angebranndt, Jim
Picone, Cindy Stanker, Jim Marion, Jim Lennon, Mark Davis, Brian Mc Vey, Terry King, Scott Feldman, Mike Weinelt, Ken Kotzur.
Sue Hisey, Laura McKinney, Ileen Sagen, Carol Zomick, Patti Dougherty, Laurie Biederbeck, Craig Rubin, David Towner, Jim Harner, Kelly Joyce, Glenn
Smeraglio, Jeff Lerner, Stan Wuagon, Dean Aquaro, Carl Wisniewski, Dave Stack, Ken Walton, Bob Lassor, Mike Klatskin, Bill Krier.
Mike McCann, Art Hockman, Paul Prevost, Jill Adams, Burt Schumann, Joni Foster, Barb Robinson, Carol Tomaschik, Arlette Kierman, Beth Semmel, Cathy
Gilbert, Tracy Donahue, Annett Midlich, Marina Demes, John Devlin, Bob Fringer, John Cochran, Donna Mischnicky, Cindy Harbaugh, Michelle McCullion,
Garry McCullough, Greig Ehring, Mike Brosof, Dave Pohl, Eric Snyder, Colleen Schweitzer, Gil White.
Connie Hayes, Ruth Theabald, Patti Vannelli, Dayna Colville, Sandie Donaldson, Dan Orr, Dave Caucci, Rich Ockford, John Schull, Debbie Thompson, Arlene
Clingerman, Frank Lavey, Lynn Shull, Van Mazur, Lee Carvin, Aaron Homsher, Rich Ireland, Mike Grahm, Ken Hankensin, Eric Gillespie, Howard Bush.
John Marra, Nancy Sakalauskas, Dean Grim, Kevin Coffey, Keith Lederman, Bill Kuzemka, Jim Gallager, Roger Colbert, Marc Seiferth, Tom Wagner, Toni
Shimano, Lisa Giarrizzi, Sandra Duck, Dave Spain, Carol Meeks, Phyllis Coates, Lou Levine.
Patti Welsh, Dana Raines, Pat Hessin, Cherie Shaffer, Gina Currington, Donna McIntyre, Lela Jones, Cheryl Bartle, Sue Everett, Heidi Binder, Nora Castro
Sharon Vuletich, Cindy Naccarato, Andy Detwiller, Jeff Yannello, Scott Thunberg, Tom McCauley, Ken Getchell.
Carol Pechter, Kathy Mosher, Cheryl Applebaum, Wend Te l S S 'd b
y ep e, ue ei en erger,Kelly Ritrievi, Pam Diaconis, Judy Danka, Scott Bailey, Dave Mallay,
Mary Ann Polizzi, Bill Campbell, Donna Abbott, Gail Banick, Michael Nathan, Darryl Morris, Paul Kush, Carol Kneiss, Tony Beccone, Nancy Weisheu,
Debbie Johnson, Monica Rue, Effie Rubinstein, Linda Kish, Steve Schneider, Rich Moyed, Margie McGinley.
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Pete Donahue, Chris Monk, Rita Pondoff, Pete Knies, Joe Bufard, Skip Evans, Bill Yavitt, Charlene Jones, George Gula, Bob Clarke, Brian Hagen, Rich
Puchino, Kurt Pinker, John Kerr, Cindy Hazzard, Patti Savine, Sondra Anthony.
Rose English, Jackie Bryner, Jean Pastorek, Mike Scheffron, Jim Stewart, Bob Campbell, Karen Sutton, Dan Uditis, Charlie Burns, Ray Hilgreen, Kevin Oser,
Mark Spear, Bob Martin, Donna Yocom, Fran Fry, Robin White, Donna Nowicki, Carol Whittaker, Tom
Cuddahy, Roy Vander Wyk, Bob Sullivan, John Burcosky, Melanie Distler, Kathy Yost, Donna Smith, Marianne
Dougherty, Carol Bangor, Tom Hileman, Eric Kopelow, Bill Weber, Bruce Smith, Keith Lyall, Carl Eggert.
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CLASS OF 1979
SORHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS Karen Kessler, Harlow Russell, Donna Rudy,
Leslie Goehl, Melanie De Matto, Mr. Nedal Advisor.
We, the class of 1979, are proud that we will be the first students to
graduate Neshaminy Maple Point after attending four full years.
We hope that as the four years go by our class will make trends and
establish traditions for others to follow. Our high school has been
alive for only two years, and yet we know Sophomores have helped
and even led in building a great foundation on which to stand. We
look forward to a great future and hope to further the good spirit
and reputation that being a "Cougar" brings.
Brenda Everett, Paul Figueroa, Alicia Kule, Chery Pinder, Stacy Alv, Peggy Szazdi, Patty Ramos, Jan Goldberg, Melanie McGlynn, Diane McGarry Nancy
Welch, Karen Gearheart, Connie Logan, Sue Petrus, Karen Keyak, Sue Owens, Karen King, Jan Borland, Amy Tyler, Joan Terrell, Colleen Christ
Mike Livering, lleen Pavonarius, Benita Snyder, Scott Schwartz, Chuck Tori, Mike Caulderbank, Steve
Perca, Ed Kershbaumer, Mike Spillane, John Schmidt, Mike Freiling, Mary Dixon, Jeff Prine, Jim Shupe.
5 rrii I its .
Bev Lochlen, Bob Dumont, Tony Delmoore, John Wheeler, Debbie Levitan, John Coniglio, Pete Blackshire
Brian Archer, Bill Tomasetti, Rich Batzel, Tom Stibula, Tom Betz.
Jim Weaver, Peter Ashley, Doug Crispell, Greg Winans, Sam Sullenberger, Greg Uditis, Jeff Rue, Sofia Karpenko, Judy Noyovitz, Stu Phillips, Nancy Bryner,
Maryanne Coleman, Carol Sodesky, Brian Moyer, Tom Boland, Janet McCourt, Sue Files, Beth Shuster, Sue Lisowski, Annik Keir nan, Debbie Jardine, Kathy
Greenwood, Paul Dallas, Sue Hair, Sally McIntyre.
Sue Donahue, Dave Martin, Kathy Puchino, Jody Richards, Jack Kane, Mike Deon, Kathy Wisniewski, Patty Strack, Rene Waner, Carl Wagner, Rodger
Gilbert, Lori Suarez, Caffie Taylor, Bob Pepper, Brian Hagan, John Herncane.
Patty Reice, Claire Devlin, Laura Rohn, Patty Krisanm, Terri Haney, Chris Dann, Ro Koellner, Chris Rambo, John Reich, Steve Borochaner, Bob Breslin, Bill
Stecklein, Mark Schumann, Ray Murry, Barry De Dominicis, Daryll Roskos, Karen Vincelli, Randy Woodroffe, Ken Kneeshaw, Mike Garrison, Jim Milnes
Mike Mangiarelli, Pat Reither, Craig Harris, Steve Greenfield, Marion Gondak, Lori Tull, Beth Wagner, Scott Sohmer, Aaron Leibowitz, Don Pearl, .lim Kelly,
Bill Cole, Mark Fiorentino.
Paul Clouden, Lack Litz, Lim Dumont, Beth Brennan, Cheryl Cloninger, Mary Ciambrone, Karen Apatow, Louis Angiolillo, Cheryl Ferguson, Scott Abell,
Mark Deon, Jim Cotter, Bill Ambruster, Dan Fagan, Cindy Gaskill, Chris Fuscellaro, Allen Eggert, Mike Dougherty, Bob Fitzgerald, Gregg Farina, Dan
Benvenuto, Mark George, Michele Barnes, Carl Epstein, Ed Dryer, Bob Giaomuzzi.
Karen Kessler, Barb Alonzo, Valerie Morton, K.J. Reimensnyder, Betty Ebinger, Diane McGrain, Judy Vlessing, Leslie Goehl, Nancy Kurland, Patty Quinn
Bill Hartman, Harlow Russell, Allan Angebrandt, Dan Wiesman, Eric Feldmen, Nanette Sasak, Patty Carnarius, Jeff Loaden, Bruce Fallick, Tim McDade
Skip Shuda, Melissa Elliot, lleen Getz, Sharon Pasternaek, Terry Pokalsky, Melanie DeMatto.
John Scuban Joe Kapes Chris Kilgore Mar Arl th R' h I
, , , y e , IC ncelli, Mike Bennett, Gigi Cerra, Cathy Oberto, Charlotte Kenny, Sandy Rief, Peggy Soprono,
Jeanette Regan, Tracie Gennaria, Chris Giles, Diane Jensen, Dean Sewell, Robin Winslow, Terry Thompson, Cathy Mchale, Patty Lutz, Lisa Lambeck, Anita
Berman, Tracy Houston, Sandy Clopton, Linda Gravuer, B ' H k '
emie ac ett, Gary Panulla, Jeff Posner, Marty Spadaccmo
Sue Goekie, Sharon Martin, Jackie Lennon, Mary Ellen Kotkiewiez, Donna Mayberry, Diane Goeke, Terrie Horcher, Karen Kolb, Conrad Hassler, Ricky
Masters, Arty Laurenti, Donna Graber, Gail Jabubek, Kathy Jones, Lori Lafleur, Susan King, Marylou Gregory, Joe Miller, Joe Hinchy, Billy Grove, John
Lipton, Gary Linsey, Jack Laurencott, Drew Kreiling, Mike Lappen, Larry Hall, Gerry Grusenmeyer
Heidi Eckerd, Gwen Bullington, Barb Koziol, Brenda Macaluso, Carol Winward, Diane Cunicelli, Kim Allison, Mike Gimpel, Scott Sickler, Steve Rubinstein,
Maria Cocordas, Carolyn Baker, Robin Worst, Sandy Kennedy, Ruth Livingston, Donna McMaster, Dan Clemens, Pat Cannon, Drew Prevost, Eric Van, Rich
Fissinger, Bill Olarnic, John Arters, Tony Incelli.
Orrin Robins, Don Trabosh, Diane Patton, Gerry Schikrey, Peggy Rosendale, Terri Whitney, Don Stern, Joe Woodruf, Robin Mowry, Frank Forcetti, Jerry
Piasecki, Kim Levy, Nancy Vadakin, Vickie Nielsen, Debbi Traynor, Selena Vander Werf, Bernie Pastorella, Maurice Nowicki, Steve Stallone, Liz Zito, Carol
Selvaggi, Fay Rubino, Sandy Sotting, Andrea Werner, Pam Onisick.
Pete Maio, Jim Huges, David Shandelman, Jim Mitchell, Daviv Gellee, Phil Gelenberg, Jeff North, Chris Trainer, Jody Bortner, Allison Naylor, Kim Whittam
Donna R d D W ' ' ' ' '
u y, ana emberg, Nancy Lung, Patty Johnson, May Inman, Lori Grail, Carol Quinn, Donna Smith, Lynn Kruman, Kim Reim, Lisa Cosak.
Feteroff, Nancy Blackshire, Cindi Barford, Claire Manning Bobbie Thackary Pat Murray Mat Moller Mark Paone Tom C b J d D
, , , , , ar erry, u y angler, Lisa Vitale,
Lester Stuwart, Art Stopp, Joe Harnatkiwitz, Tony Regan, Frank Knecht, Steven Kiminski, Dave Klatcho, John Cupido, Tony DePasquale.
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CLASS GF 1980
FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS Sue Dermer, Sue Blaker, Kerry Nickerson, Doreen Dripps, Ellen
Callahan, Denise Sharcllow, Dawn Paralis, Trish Hartman, Nancy Reither, Jane Mangiarelli, Dori Zettick
The class of 1980 has arrived at Maple Point and we're here to stay. With
our pep and spirit we are out to prove we will be the best class the school has
yet to see. This year we showed our determination by winning the float
contest at the Annual Homecoming. With our 15 foot football player "can-
ning the birds", who could doubt our talent. Now with our social functions of
the year a great success, we are ready to accept the challenge as Sopho-
mores. Look out Maple Point "We've only just begun."
Th K th Jud e Valerie Kaye Pat McGinley Elain Carlisi Ken Carberry Denise
Harry White, Maureen Tate, Jim Albright, Ray Pastorek, Bill Chase, eresa a y g , , , , ,
Gattone, Louise Cook, Janine Reilly, George Forristal, George Hyjurick, Lisa Best, Cindy Merk, David Doremus, Gary Moszer, Tim Oliver, Theresa Engstrom,
Jean Thompson, Lorrain Davis, Dan Barats.
l' k J C ll' ', Lori Weber, Bruce Congden, Chris Jorden
Kathy Fillman, Kathy Bernadino, Ken Obarsk, Jeff Palmer, Art Harris, Donna Baer, Connie Gu ic , oan anne mi
' J' D k P t Donahue, Mark Desroches, Mike Sheilds, Ed Barger, Kim Valdez, Ron Porter, Tom McCullough.
Bill Lorandeau, Steve Morrison, im uc , a
Colleen Dann, Lisa Deon, Joan Hankinson, Adele Heller, Linda Cecconi, Nancy Abbot, Cindy Preble, Karen Petras, Sharon Hughes, Mary Breza, Donny
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es ers, Mike Koellner, Robin Frasco, Kathy Williams, Brian Teeple, Sue Cochran, Jim Smith, Denise Shardlow, Mike Eppolito, Mark Schwartz, Dan Burke,
Craig Livering, Brian O'Donnell, Paul Gondos, Curt Moyers, Joe Sakalauskas, Geri Kurley. '
David Rittenhouse, Steve Barton, Miriam Davis Andy Wert Dan Vile Jackie Berkowitz Irene Farid Marisa Kre ich R th T ll ' N
, , , , y, p , u o entino, ancy Reither,
Camille Fecho, Kim Popson, Kathy Christ, Jeff Cameron, Tim Marion, Glenn Ardis, John Giblin, Bill Friday, Sharon Muhlbauer, Eilleen Means, Judy Krepich,
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1 e o o, Sante Jardine, Jim Haus, Tony Hidalgo, Tom Gulla, Steve Roach, Ed Stanford, Mark Morrell, Mark Spahler.
Judy Rossi, Amy Duskett, Mike Burns, Jane Margiarelli, Glenn McKee, Dan Brownstein, John Gurney, Dale Simon, Bob Workman, Pete Soderblom, Rob Juris,
Bob Cahill, Steve Palopoli, Chris Conca, Jerry Baranowsky, Mike Kumbat, Paul Lindemuth, Carol Taylor, Kathy Weber, Lisa McCourt, Dorothy Winters,
Debbie Stewart, Carolyn Murray, Monica Schwarz, Janice Kelly, Dori Zettick, Susan Dick, Kerry Nickerson, Caryn Healy, Terry DeDominicus
JoAnne Marion, Sue Buchholtz, Howie Fineman, Ann Carr, Nancy Williams, Lori Startzel, Norma Prevost, Sue Blacker, Janet Rushton, Karen Migliorino,
Karen DiLorenzo, Sue Grueger, Trish Hartman, Carol Cuthbert, Jane Kaplan, Pam Wofford, Sharon Norton, Sue Dermer, Karen Bahm, Michelle Vogt, Mary
Leonard, Mike Alania, Bill Huffman, Dan Buzz, John Young, Pat McGinley, Mike Neeley, Matt Sirott, Joe Sheenan, Qita George
Sherry Belsky, John Mascione, Dawn Paralis, Bill Appleton, Dave Johnson, John Seyferhelt, Paul Rowe, Bill Carney, Kim Meehan, Jean Race, Sue Vickers,
Melanie Housman, Karen Morder, Rhonda Kellough, Margaret Connel, Jean Foley, Debbie Green, Michelle Bishop, Debbie Rittler, Dean Devine, Doug
Frizzelle, Bob Downs, Chris Locklear, Bob Kane, John Karpel, Ed Hamilton, Chuck Carberry.
Doreen Dripps, Connie Morder, Janice Yanello, Brian Foster, Kim Brown, Connie Gallup, Caroline Barford, Celi Day, Sandy Gross, Mike Harnatkiewicz,
Debbie Appleton, Karen Sheaf, Beth Santhouse, Kathy Miller, Bob Logan, Mike Smith, Bud Bartle, Steve Lux, Bob Motz, Chris Ireland, Todd Orr, Craig
Erlick, John Pirollo.
Michelle Clarke, Kim Atking, Eileen Koziol, Tia DeDeo, Jean Trainer, Joanne English, Janice Cambell, Joyce Lippincott, Sue Meier, Andrea Pecuch, Pat
Hackett, Sue Gamble, Leon Davitian, Eric Bianchini, Kieth Burgess, Chris Goldacker, George Schu, Mark Nathan, Terri Stack, Dorothea Horan, Louis
Renzulli, Mark Johnson, Keith Whittam, Russell Fisher, Brad Shapiro, Tom Morrison, Frank Marte, Scott Heaney, Paul Thomas
Mary Gimple, Lora Cecconi, Paula Gerchak, Linda Fabiny, Joan Tyrell, Jackie DeVicaris, Joyce Herring, Barb Patrizio, Debbie Graham, Leslie McKinney,
Kelly Mrozell, Ellen Callahan, Patty Brockelman, Liz Thompson, Angel Steiter, Eilaine Lassor, John Miner, Jim Harrigan, Keith Pringle, Mike Darden, Mark
Schaeffer, Dan Crispell, Ray Williamson, Ellen Hartman, Ruth Silvesti, Frank Koretsky, Jeff Magee, Paul Phillips, Bob Weinberger, Dave Fringer, Dwight
Daugherty, Mike Mitchell, Sam Desjardins
Mark Justice, Paul Burn, Chris Borden, Jeff Miller, Glenn Ryan, Al Neumeister, Mark Miller, Todd Whetstone, Steve Giberson, Denny Mara, Mike Winn
Mike Sewak, Bill Myers, Marty Davis, Dale Atkinson, Nancy Trout, Greg Horcher, Jim Baldridge.
Keith Wunder, Conrad Berghof, Mike Kaminsky, Ron Cheeseman, Janet Jardel, Theresa Munson, Maureen Dun, Bob Rapella, Norman Fields, Wayne Stewart,
John Valletto, Ken Whittaker, Mike Picozzi, Bob Buli, Brian Kreiling, Ben Goldberg.
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MARCHI G BAN
The Maple Point Cougar Marching Band, directed by Mr. William Bell, provides a means for students to learn organization and
discipline, while having fun. The Cougar Band operates under the coordination and skill of its various branches which include
Banner Carriers, Main Guards, Majorettes, Rifle Squad, Silks, and the Musicians. The band visited Walt Disney World in
February, and performed for President Ford at the Oxford Valley Mall in December. They also had various dances, car washes
and hoagie sales during the year. Their enthusiasm and school spirit lend a special quality to our school's activities
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JAZZ ENS BLE
Students who are interested in specializing their talents in a
music area can select to join the jazz ensamble. The free-
wheeling anything goes musicians turn out some fantastic
sounds as they emulate great jazz artists or just sit and lets try
anything jam session. For many students who join the jazz
ensamble, their goals are set.
The orchestral strings provides an opportunity for musicians to Dori Zeiiick
study and practice some of the greatest music in history. Their giggle
talents are called on many times at different school activities Debbie Traynor
and when present lend a refinement to the presentation. Theresa P0kalSky
The first Neshaminy Maple Point Concert Choir, under the direction of Mr. Harry Dengler Jr., has achieved much more
recognition than anyone ever dreamed. They had the honor of being selected to sing for the king of Sweden. They were asked to
sing in the Presidential Park and the National Visitors Center in Washington, D.C.. They were the only choir from Pennsylvania
to sing at the President's Pageant of Peace. During the school year the choir had the honor of hosting the Junior Singers OYTEN
from Germany. In the Spring they accepted an invitation by the Bermuda Government to sing and vacation at historic and scenic
locations on the island.
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TUDE TU IO
Allison Naylor, Donna Rudy, Leslie Goehl, Ileen Getz, Tom Murray, Liz Miller, Linda Vance, Maureen Quinlisk, Chris
Leonard, Beth Brennan, Diane Jenson, Valery Morton, Beth Schuster, Alicia Kuhl, Brian Mayer, Laura Urbani, Donna
Seyferhel, Kelly Retrievi, Patti Moran, Debbie Johnson, Patti Mock, Martha McKee.
Neshaminy Maple Point's student union officers for the 1976-77 year were Mike Brennan, president,
Dan Dyjak, vice president, Becky Spencer, secretary, Linda Cowan, treasurer. Students on the council
can work on any one of several committees. The Social and Spirit committees were responsible for the
successful bon fires, dances, movies and other social activities. The Student Exchange and Information
committees sponsored students visiting schools and a very exciting congressional debate by local
politicians. The student union as a group showed their united effort in taking second place at the
Homecoming Float parade.
Tom Murray, Liz Miller, Martha Mc Kee, Pat Mock, Laura Urbani, Dawn Wood, Tony Beccone, Kelly Ritrievi, Dan Dyjack,
Becky Spencer, Linda Cowan, Mike Brennan, Patti Moran.
Pat Cannon, Dorothy Win-
ters, Kathy Weber, Fred
Frumberg, Norma Prevost,
Laurie Startzle, Steve
Krzywonos, Terri Stack,
Donna Soulliard, John Yo-
com, Lisa McCort, Jeff
Posner, Gus Kuhl, Matt
Wright, Doreen Dignowity,
Dave Doremus, Dave Cri-
Without a stage crew, there would be no play. When the curtains go
up the first thing the audience sees is the result of the hard work and
dedication of our stage crew. They spend many hours building the
sets for each scene. Their hammering, sawing, and painting result in
the fantastic musicals and plays by which Maple Point is credited.
Jerry Piasaci, Pat Cannon,
Bruce Hendrickson, Doris
Bower, Bruce Condon, Mr.
Martinson, Gary Pinola
Laurie Sclorez, Mike Ben-
net, Tim McDade.
This is the first year for the Cougar rifle team. The team has spent
the year practicing and learning the techniques of operating a rifle
range. Next year they will enter competition and hope their practice
pays off in victories.
SCHOGL M SICAL
The musical production of "The King and Vl, based on the novel, "Anna and
the King of Siam", tried to generate the complicated and genuine fascination
of a man and a woman. The King, played by Scott Secrest and Arthur
Hochman, portrayed the stern and chauvinistic view of the period. Becky
Spencer and Michelle Nathan enacted the role of Anna Leonowen, an English
governess sent to Siam to spread western culture to the Siamese empire. Cast
in the supporting roles and aiding in the production were not only our own
Maple Point students, but also elementary children ranging from ages five to
ten. Their time and effort proved worthwhile as the production was both
entertaining and successful.
Captain Orton .... ........... ..... P a t Cannon
Louis Leonowens . . .
Anna Leonowens . . .
The Interpreter . . .
The Kralahome . . .
The King . . .
Phra Alack . . .
Lun Tha ....
Lady Thiang .....,..
Prince Chulalongkom . .
Princess Ying Yaewalak
Sir Edward Ramsey .....
Schoolroom Dancer . . .
Uncle Thomas . .....
Little Eva .,......
Kim Cala, Gina Curring
. . . .Keith Pringle
. , . . .Becky Spencer
. . . .Wayde Weston
. . . .Arthur Hochman
. . . . . . .Drew Prevost
. . . .Marina Demes
. . . . .Tori Gennaria
, . . . .Stuart Phillips
. . . . . .Lisa Dengler
. . . .Donna Cudney
.,. . .Kathy Shields
. ... ...Dave Stack
ton, Jeanine Dugo, Heidi Eckert, Sue Hair, Patty
Lutz, Beth Semmel, Sue Seidenberger, Dan Buzz, Dan Crispell, Doug Crispell,
Tom Diamond, Bill Huffman, Gustav Kule, Jeff Nolan, Joe Sanphy.
CGUGA l DE
Kurt Angebranndt, Terri Clopton, Mike Cosack, Martha Conca, Betsy Craig, Kathy Figneroa, Pauline Hankinson, Denise O'Donnell, Barbara
Rushwick, Lydia Sankow, Chris White, Matt Wright, Tammy Mitchell, Steve Koellner, Marge Charlton, Mary Ann Schrader, Karen
The school store has grown into a
major business venture for the hard
working business students at Maple
Point. Students in the accounting II
class learn to stock and sell merchan-
dise ranging from pens and paper to
creative T-shirts and artistic posters.
Supervised by Mrs. Gloria Reidy, the
students exercise their business tal-
ents on a weekly basis. It is not un-
common for a student to include in
his schedule a daily trip to the Cou-
What makes our day brighter? The announcers, senior
Cheryl Gearhart, and underclassmen, Vincent Shatto and Stuart
Nagurka. These people have the responsibility of informing the
students of the day's activities and carrying out the morning exer-
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Don Rubel, Denise Britton, Lynn Goldstein, Debbie Spillane, Barb Butler, Angel Seiler, Connie Gallop, Michelle Vote, Nan Sasak, Miriam
Davis, Mary Leonard, Sharon Norton, Sue Lisowski.
Library Aides are students who volunteer their time to work in the library. They perform the various tasks of
shelving and issuing books, distributing magazines and managing the audio-visual equipment. They are guided
in their tasks by Mr. Williams, Mrs. Stavseth, and Mrs. Weygandt.
The Ski Club meets the needs for
those students interested in a major
recreational sport. Working close
with each other, it is possible for a
freshman who has never skiied to be-
come an advanced skier by the time
he graduates. The club journeys once
a week to nearby Spring Mt. where
downhill skills are practiced and
techniques are polished. The true test
comes when the club travels to Ver-
mont and challenges the harder
slopes and trails. These trips are held
in the cold months of 0-50 tempera-
tures when most are satisfied to be
indoors, safe and warm.
CLUB MEMBERS: Rich Ockford, Marina
Demes, Beth Semmel, Mark Fiorentino, Lois
Snyder, Effie Rubenstein, Tim Hughes, Matt
Wright, Bill Meridith, Frank Lavey, Dave
Geller, Dan Uditis. Advisor-Mr, Scott Nedal,
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Burney Pasterelli, Danny Weisman, John Cochran, Bruce Fallick, Marty Spadaccino, Diane McGrain, Eric Fallick, Harvey Berman, Steve Fabini, Sue Cohran,
Brian Moyer, Harlow Russell, Steve Barton, Mr. Kennedy, Jeff Loden, Dave Kaplan.
The chess club journeys across the board every week in a battle of the minds. Coached by Mr. Jim Kennedy, the highly
competative group maintained a high team ranking for the season.
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Fred Frumberg, Steve Rubenstein, Lynn Goldstein, Danny Weisman, Bruce Fallick, Bruce Goldberg, Allan Gross, Mr. Schroeder, Mr. Smith. Absent: Karen
The debate team practices its forensic skills through argumentative and deductive activities. Some of their major debates have
been with teams from Pennsbury, Council Rock, Woodrow Wilson, Upper Dublin, and others. Our team has been placed 5th
among 12 of our contenders.
NATIO AL HO GR SUCIET
Mr. Bauer, Mrs. Magee, Brian Feinberg, Martina Testen, Scott Secrest, Dirk Elston, Cynthia Applegate, Andrea Sasak, Edwina Monek, Debbie Rubin, Claire
Neiger, Ted DeMatto, Bruce Goldberg, Wayde Weston, Donna Perez, Judy Kirshner, Jennifer Baron Carla Reddy Lynn Goldstein, Beverly Smith, David
Kaplan, Dave Davitian, Dean McIntyre, Pam Moyer, Joyce Carastro, Judy Bullen, Linda Dickert, Joanne Breslin, Tom Diamond, Cheryl Gearhart, Donna
Seyferhelt, Martha McKee, Gary Pecuch, Lydia Sankow, Eric Fallick, George Aubley, Brian Abrescia, Denise Britton, Lisa DeVicaris, Jane Eck, Colleen Fecho,
Linda Ferguson, Robert Forsberg, Sara Gerber, Eric Goehl, Gary Margolin, Terri Migliore, Patricia Mock, Geri Secrest, Florence Traynor, Linda Vance, Susan
Westphal, and Christine White. V
The Neshaminy Maple Point Chapter of the National Honor Society is under the direction of Mrs. Marion Magee, Mr. Richard
Bauer, and Mr. Llewellyn Williams. To be eligible for the National Honor Society a 3.16 academic average is required as well as
evidence of outstanding service, leadership, and character. The society performs various functions such as a tutoring service and
an ushering service for plays and concerts. The society also sponsored a successful Bookmobile in November and a Laurel and
Hardy Festival Night. Furthermore, the society is hoping to go on a trip in the Spring. The officers of the society include Claire
Neiger as President, Debbie Rubin as Vice-President, Edwina Monek as Recording Secretary, Cynthia Applegate as Correspond-
ing Secretary and Andrea Sasak as Treasurer.
AIR FORCE R.O.T.C.
Jim Smith, Joann Pirollo, John Giblin, Greg Horcher, Bill Lorandeau, Al
Neumister, Steve Barton, Jim Baldridge, Chris Jorden, Rusty Fisher, Joe
O'Donnell, Steve Lux, Mark Schaeffer, John Cochran? Brian O'Donnell, Bob
Geri Secrest, Cathy Jordan, Jeff Rue, Steve Fabiny, Eileen Zucker, Barb
Pearl, Paul Bergamini, Ed McCullough, Eric Van, Keith Worst, John Reich,
John Lennon, Art Stoop, Bob Pepper, Gary McCullough, Bob Kirchner, and
Schoen, Ken Obarski, Tom McCauley, MSGT, Dickson, Mark Turner, Chris
, . Rodger Gilbert.
Ireland, Bob Logan, Al Neumeister, Daryl Roskos, and Jerry Shirley.
The Air Force Jr. Unit is a three year program which teaches military discipline and technical armament. Each member proudly
wears the United States Air Force uniform. Furthermore, each member begins to learn the different aspects of training, theory
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The Point, our school newspaper, tries to inform the students about the happenings
and school life at Maple Point. The editorial staff, advised by Mr. Dennis O'Brien,
included Dik Elston, Steve Schneider and Clair Neiger. Together, with the student
body, the staff serves as the voice of the cougars. The Poinl not only reports on student
activities, but discovers and publishes student opinion and provides opportunities for
Rick Mc Clelland
Student creativity is the essence of Images, the literary magazine of Maple Point. Its
staff advised by Mrs. Marion Magee, searches and selects student material for
publication. Images serves as the reflection of the students through their essays,
poetry, short stories and illustrations.
Nancy Whyte, Fred Frumberg, Janet Mason, Carla Reddy, Andrea Sasak,
Lydia Sankow, Laurie Mowry, Bev Smith, Nr. Nedal, Edwina Monek, Donna
Seyferhelt, and Ron Shoemaker.
The Yearbook, under the supervision
of Scott Nedal, gives students a chance
to exercise their talents in both creative
journalism and layout design. Much
hard work and learning had to be done
before anyone on the staff could begin
to apply their skills to produce Maple
Point's first graduating class yearbook.
With all the time and patience put in, it
is evident that The Leaves will continue
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The Mathletes are our schools entry in the Bucks County Interscholastic Mathematics
League. Each Monday George Aubley, Dirk Elston, Eric Fallick, Tony La Brasca, Wayde
Weston would compete against one of thirteen participating schools. Given five timed
questions in areas of algebra, geometry, and trig., points were accumulated for correct
answers for both the team and individual standings. Outstanding team member for the
cougars was Eric Fallick who placed seventh in league competition. The team was advised
by Mr. Jim Gibson.
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The photography club is an elected minor course where students learn, perfect and apply
photography techniques. Students study the shooting, developing and printing of black and
white pictures. The club is headed by Mr. William Cechak and performs numerous school
services including the photography work for the school newspaper, yearbook, and literary
VARSITY: Patty Reice, Kathy Figueroa, Kimi Adams, Jill Adams, Anita Berman, Carol Kneiss, Katie Thorpe
Kimi Parsons, Karen Apatow, Annette Midlick, Wendy Teeple, Michelle McCullion, Miss Brenda Burke Kelly
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JUNIOR VARSITY: Keri Nickerson, Grace Caucci, Margi McGinley, Cheryl Kloninger, Debbie Rittler,
Joyce Lipincot, Kim Reim, Patty Quinn, Sue Seidenberger, Lisa Lanback, Debbie Jardin, Mrs. Fuld-coach.
The Cougar Varsity Football team, under the direction of Coach
John Chaump, finished its season with a 4-6 record. Our young team
scored decisive victories over sister school Neshaminy Langhorne
C40-61, Central Bucks East C26-20D St. Josephls Prep C20-141, and
Delhaas C48-201. Due to a heartbreaking loss to Council Rock C14-
ISJ and many injuries, the team lost games to Bethlehem Freedom
C13-181, Woodrow Wilson C0-275, Lower Moreland C8-361, Penns-
bury C6-481, and Bensalem Q0-211. The following Varsity players
received awards for their fine performances: Tom Meier-Mr. Cou-
gar, Larry Gecht-Mr. Offense, Joe Rigous-Mr. Defense, John Luk-
sic-Mr. Lineman, and Joe McIntyre-Unsung Hero. Assistant
Coaches were Dennis Strobel, James Gibson, and Troy Tignor.
VARSITY: Tim Hughes, Rick Ireland, Dean Tracy Jack Callender Rocky Doto Randy Harman Jon Jackopm Ray Murra Tom Meier Ron P ll B ll
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Raspanti, Rick Addeo, Beau Kennedy, Joe Quinlisk, Mark Davis, Doug Carugati, Jim Parsons Mike Cecconi Joe Small John Kumbat Kirk Forchetti Rick
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1 ney, 1 e usma, Frank Breslin, Dan Dyjak, Den Borochaner, Larry Gecht, Andy Borochaner Frank Rohn Mike Brennan Al Cala Dan Springman
Dennis Gaskill, Greg George, Skip Shuda, Joe McIntyre, Gary Bell, Harold Markle, Ken Walton Joe Rigous Bill Haman John Luskic
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Livering, Joe O'Donnell, Bob Breslin, Barry DeDominicus, Mike Lapin, Stan Wogilo, Howard Nimera, Jim Parsons, Bob Dumont, Brian Angebrant, David Orr,
Marc Davis, Bill Ambruster, Mark George, Dan Fagen, John Ryan, Greg Bell, Steve Borchaner, Mike Freiling.
The J.V. football team, under the
faithful coaching of Mr. Chamberlain,
ended their year with a record of 2-6-1.
Standout players were Jim and Bob
Dumont Dan Fagan, Jim Mitchell, Ray
Murray, and Joe O'Donnell. The Fresh-
man team coached by Mr. Bob Emery,
ended their first year with a record of 2-
4. Freshman standouts were Conrad
Berkoff, Rusty Fisher, Doug Cum-
mings, and Brian Kreiling.
FRESHMAN: Craig Livering, Conrad Berkoff, Mike Eppelito, Rusty Fisher, Jon Meshoni, Bill Huffmen, Doug Cummings, Mike Valania, Steve Roach, Brian
Kreiling, Todd Whetstone, Dan Crispell, Jeff McGee, Glenn Hyjurick, Steve Morson, Andy Wert, John Giblin, Ed Stanford, Ken Obarsky, Jim Ferguson, Paul
Lindenmuth, Bob Logan, Sandy Jardine, Tom Morrison. 4
The Varsity Hockey team,
after battling several tough oppo-
nents to ties, swept to a successful
4-2-6 record and a third place fin-
ish in the Lower Bucks League.
Anita Houghton was the leading
scorer for the Cougars. The team
voted Jeannie Fissinger Most
Valuable Player and Karen
Downs Most Improved Player.
"Our seniors will be sadly
missed," says Coach Cunning-
ham, who will be losing Lower
Bucks All Star Back Laura Herr
and her senior teammates to
VARSITY: Anita Houghton, Laura Rohn, Bernie Hackett, Anita Sottile, Pam Moyer, Linda Vance, Karen Downs,
Mrs. Judy Cunningham, Tricia Hartmen, Jan Borland, Jodi Goldberg, Maureen Heltzel, Judy Langton, Judy
Ambruster, Laura Herr, Jeannie Fissinger, Melanie DeMatto.
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Mrs. Ide, had a successful season with a ,
record of 5-3- 4. Team hopefuls were
Becky Spencer, Connie Hates, Beth
Thiabold, Patty Hackett and Judy
The Freshman team, coached by
Mrs. Stabulis, ended their first year
with a 0-5-0 record. Freshman contend-
ers were Dori Zettick, Sue Blaker, Kim
Meehan, Jean Riggs and Doreen
FRESHMAN: Dori Zettick, Mary Jane Maniarelli, Doreen Dripps, Nancy Abbot, Ellen Callahan, Sue Blaker, Mrs. Stabulis,
Jody Marion, Jackie Nugent, Kim Meehan, Debbie Gattone, Lois Cook, Jean Riggs.
The Cougar soccer team completed their season with a 2-8-2
record and a third place in the Soccer Jamboree. Three of the
losses were suffered by the margin of one goal. Mike Ferri was
named to the first team of the Lower Bucks County All Stars,
and was voted Best Offensive Player. Dave Kaplan was voted
the Best Deffensive Player and the Most Valuable Player. Rich
Shamdelman was named Unsung Hero. Other senior booters
were Mike Anderson, Kris Cauffman, Kevin Smith, and Lloyd
Weinstein. Junior hustlers were Tom Arabis, Scott Thunberg,
and Bruce Hendrickson. Helmut Glaeser was coach.
VARSITY: Mr. Glaeser, Mike Ferri Jim Dodd o Dave Kaplan Rich Shandelman Mike Ander
son, Tom Arabis, Tom Thompson, Kris Cauffman Bruce Hendrickson Kevin Smith Ron Barger
Charlie Hair, Lloyd Weinstein.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Mike Deon, Brian Pepper, Craig Harris, Dave Pohl, Dave Mallay, Mark Deon, Chuck
Grose, Aaron Leibowitz, Keith Secrest, Don Trabosh, Rick Heltzel, Mr. Keefe-coach, Bob English, Eric Snyder,
Ed Eads, Dave Geller, Gary McCullough, Kevin Hagan.
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FRESHMAN: Mike Burns, Tom McCollough, Keith Whittam, Jeff Cameron, Don Meskers, Sam Desjardins,
Mr. O'Brien- coach, Mike Koellner, Mike Doddo, John Young, Brian Teeple, Dwight Daugherty, Dave Doremus,
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Greenfield, Mark Werner, Ken Donnelly, Ted DeMatto, Paul Clouden, Coach Fischer, Ken Getchel, Daryl Morris, Gil White, Tom Diamond, Paul Kusli, Paul
Gondos, Mr. Epting.
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The 1976 Boys Cross Country team finished its season with a team record
of 7-2, losing only to Pennsbury and Upper Moreland. Coached by Harry
Fischer, they also placed second in the Lower Bucks Championships, with
three runners placing in the top five. Gil White qualified for the State
Championships and finished 26th, higher than any other Lower Bucks run-
ner. Gil and brother Syd White, and George Aubley were all named to the
Lower Bucks County All Star team.
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VARSITY: Lorraine Davis, Denise Shardlow, Ruth Livingston, Andrea Werner, Melanie Nickerson, Jeanette Mozeleski Mrs Shpka coach Lisa Cecconi
Wendy Teeple, Terry Whitney, Leslie Goehl, Robin Mowry, Diane Goeke.
The girls cross country team
ended their season with a 1-
3 record. They were victori-
ous over Bensalem and lost a
very close race to Nesha-
miny Langhorne. Melanie
Nickerson placed third in
the Neshaminy Invitational
and second in the LBCL
championship. She also
placed 26th at the State
Shardlow was given the
team spirit award. The Cou-
gars were coached by Mrs.
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VARSITY and JUNIOR VARSITY: Coach Keefe, Leigh Dougherty, Bill Huffman, Conrad Hassler, Steve Borochaner, Chuck Harnatkiewitz, Al Cala, Joe
Rigous, Rick Ireland, Rick Whitney, Scott Bailey, Jim Parsons, Sharon Watkins, Mr. Crozier, Louise Cook, Joyce Herring, Beth Wagner, Jack Kane, John
Reich, Steve Koellner, Mark Turpyn, Tom Besso, Frank Breslin, Bob Bergen, John Lennon, Paul Bergamini, Bryan Angebrandt, Ed Kershbaumer, Michelle
Halfon, Chuck Britton, Sandy Jardine, Bill Welch, Jack Erb, Pat Lynch, Bill Stacklein, Dennis Crocker, Mike McGinley, Chuck Grose, Rich Watkins.
The Varsity Wrestling team finished a very successful season
with wins against Neshaminy Langhorne, Delhass, Woodrow
Wilson, Central Bucks East, LaSalle, and Abbington. The
Cougars participated in the Ridley Christmas Tournament and
walked away with four firsts, one second, two thirds, and one
fourth, besides taking second place in the team standings.
Coached by Mr. Keefe, they placed second in the Lower Bucks
County Wrestling League and were rated 23rd of over 400
schools in the state.
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FRESHMEN: Coach Richard Keefe, Pat McGinley, Glenn McKee, John Meshoni, Chris Ireland, Sam Desjardins, Bill Lloyd, Coach William Crozier, John
Guerney, Mike Doddo, Pat Donahue, Mike Koellner, John Young, Tony Hidalgo, Bill Kearny, Brian Teeple, Ray Williamson, Brian Krieling.
The aggressive Freshman Matmen, direct- J Q sfr
ed by Coach Bruce Pennypacker, had an ai 1
outstanding season. They defeated all but ,
one of their opponents, losing that match f
by one point. The addition of these young
wrestlers will be beneficial to our Varsity
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VARSITY: Keith Worst, Tom Meier, Paul Kush, John Kalapos, Larry Gecht, Glenn Smeraglio, Tom MacFarlane, Jack Callender, Chuck Weinberg, Coach
Mike Callahan. Absent: Mike Cosack, Kirk Forchetti, Paul Struwe.
The Boys Varsity Basketball club,
coached by Mike Callahan, Ray Kelly,
and Mike DiStefano, ended its season . Q, , 3
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mark. Vastly improved, both defensive- L
ly and offensively, they took 17 or their
20 games down to the last 3 minutes,
ultimately winning 7 of them. The team
was powered by seniors Tom McFar-
lane, Paul Struwe, Larry Gecht, Mike
Cosack, Tom Meier, and Keith Worst,
with support from its underclass mem-
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Fringer. Coach Michael DiStefano, Curt Evans, Kelly Joyce, Herbie Neuber, John McDermott, John
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Dave Fringer. Mike Smith, Chris Conca, Mike Kumbat, Craig Livering, Todd Orr, Jon Miner.
The Junior Varsity Boys Basketball team
ended their schedule with an improved re-
cord over last year, losing four exciting
games by one point. Coach DiStefano
named Jeff Prine as the hardest working
and Curt Evans as the most consistent.
The Freshman team, although suffering a
disappointing season under Coach Kelly,
developed fine offensive play and talent.
They are looking forward to a good season
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VARSITY: Karen Darden, Sharon Martin, Lori Dietrich, Sandy Clopton, Karen Kolb, Coach Judy
Cunningham. Manager Nancy Sabol, Lita Kent, Laura Herr, Pat I-Iession, Caffie Taylor.
This year's Girls Basketball team was young and inexperi-
enced, but the Cougars never quit. The squad, coached by Judy
Cunningham, was led by high scoring sophomores Sharon
Martin and Karen Kolb. Senior Laura Herr added to the team
with her ball handling and defense. They finished their season
with a 5-7 league mark and a 7-7 overall record.
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JUNIOR VARSITY: Bernie Hackett, Donna Smith, Donna McMaster, Renee Ferrara, Coach Jim
Kennedy, Mary Costanzo, Tracy Houston, Sue Files, Donna Rudy.
The Freshmen girls improved their
skills and ballhandling with the help of
their coach, Mrs. Barbara Stribulas.
Tremendous teamwork kept them in
many of their games.
The Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
team played to its 100'Zw ability.
Coached by Jim Kennedy, their tremen-
dous defense stopped many of their op-
ponents enroute to a 6-8 record.
FRESHMEN: Coach Barbara Stribulas, Nancy Reither, Jane Ann Mangiarelli, Ellen Callahan, Tricia
Hartman, Lori Startzell, Sue Dermer, Sue Blaker, Lisa McCourt, Nancy Abbot, Doreen Dripps, Patsy
Hackett, Kathy Weber, Jeanine Reilly, Connie Gulla, Dawn Paralis.
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Archibald, Cindy Besso, Debbie Rittler, Patty Brockelman, Terry DeDominicus, Bonnie Sirott, Arlette
Kiernan. ABSENT: K. J. Reimensnyder, Jeanette Regan, Lori Tull.
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With the help of Coach Archibald, the
Girls Gymnastics team finished their
season with a 2-8 record. Their record is
deceiving considering the youth and in-
experience of the team, which lost sever-
al meets by close margins. Debbie
Rittler was the only girl gymnast to
place in the Lower Bucks Champion-
ships, taking fourth place in the floor
exercise. Bonnie Sirott was the only sen-
ior on the squad, and the only person
with experience on the uneven parallel
The Boys Gymnastics team finished its
season with a 5-5 mark, with wins over
Pennsbury, Neshaminy Langhorne, and
Bensalem. Coached by Mr. Martin,
they improved their scores better than
any other team in the league. Their Side
Horse team went undefeated in the
L.B.C.L. Senior Ron Stetser placed
fourth in the all around, with a fourth
on the high bar and a fifth on the rings
in the Lower Bucks Championships. Stu
Kryzwonos and Mike Klatskin placed
first and fifth on the high bar. All ad-
vanced to District competition.
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Erney, Dave Shandelman, Mike Klatskin. Albert Tidman, Tom Valetto, Ed Barger, Rich Shandelman,
Paul Burns, Keith Secrest, Glen Ryan. ABSENT: Stu Kryzwonos.
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VARSITY: Vivki Nielson, Faye Startzell, Dawn Wood, Melanie McGlynn, Coach Cynthia Alperin, Mary Kotkiewicz, Sue
Lisowski, Connie Hays, Ruth Theobald. Theresa Haney, Robin Winslow, Michelle Barnes.
The Girls Bowling team, last yearis Lower Bucks champs, continued to repeat their performance
again this year. Under the direction of Coach Alperin, the girls led the league by several games. Connie
Hays was the high game scorer with 213 and Theresa Haney held the high series with a 585 mark.
Senior Dawn Wood added depth to the team.
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VARSITY: Jeff North, Dan Brown, Frank Wing, Ron Shoemaker, Bob Butts, Alan Eggert, Mr. Cechak, Mark Seiferth, Carl Eggert.
This year's bowling team again massed their talents to capture the Lower Bucks County League Championship. The team
rattled off successful victories against Morrisville C8-OJ, Pennsbury C6-21, Langhorne C4-41, Council Rock Q4-41, and Bensalem
C5-31. Capturing high game and high series for the team was Junior Keggler, Frank Wing. Team captain was senior Bob Butts.
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Forristall, Ken Borochaner, John Luksic, Gil White, Scott Thunberg, Ed Eads, Pat Reither, Tim McDade, Mr. Epting, Pat Coleman Glenn Ardis Denise
Shardlow, Dan Ciambrone, Frank Koretsky, John Devlin, Ted DeMatto, Orrin Robbins, Bill Ambruster, Mike Mangiarelli, Mark Morrell Lorane Davis Terry
Whitney, Marty Davis, Melanie Nickerson, Lloyd Weinstein, Dan Benvenuto, Paul Clouden, Ken Getchel.
Who are those strong men and women who brave the cold and bitter weather
while most of us seek the warm shelter of our school? They are members of
the Winter Track Squad. Each day is a cold wintery workout for these
tracksters as they prepare themselves for the oncoming spring season. They
compete on a weekly basis against other Philadelphia and suburban schools.
Standouts for the season were George Aubley, who qualified in three events
for the meet of champions. Also qualifying was the mile relay team of Greg
Rearick, George Aubley, Lloyd Weinstein, and Greg George.
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given a lot of impetus from
senior members Don Gim-
pel, Ben Spedding, Mark
Rodgers, Pete Sullenberger,
and Neil Haneman, Times
were steadily improved
throughout the season under
the direction of Coach How-
ard Batterman. Mike
McCann was the only team
member to place at the Low-
er Bucks Championships,
taking fourth in the 50 yd.
VARSITY: Mark Fiorentino, Sam Sullenberger, Don Gimpel, Tom Betz, Paul Prevost, Coach Howard Batterman, Mike Gimpel, Mike Mallay, Mike McCann,
Pete Sullenberger, Mrs. Nelson. Absent: Ben Spedding, Mark Rodgers, Neil Haneman, Paul Dallas, Jim Hughes.
The Girls Swim Team,
coached by Christine Tom-
linson, finished their season
with a disappointing record.
Many of the meets were
highlighted with some out-
standing performances by
Allyson Kapsh, Anne Carr,
Colleen Fecho, and Rose-
marie Koellner. The team
was well represented by the
Lower Bucks County Cham-
pionships with Allyson
Kapsh taking a first in the
200 I.M. and a third in the
100 yd. Breastroke. Anne
Carr took a surprising fifth
place in the 100 yd. Freeys-
tyle event. The team also
participated in the Penns-
bury Relay Carnival.
VARSITY: Kathy Britton, Coach Tomlinson, Judy Vlessing, Carla Reddy, Andrea Pecuch, Mrs. Judy Nelson, Eileen
Pavonarius, Camille Fecho, Maureen Heltzel, Colleen Fecho, Rosemarie Koellner, Kerry Nickerson, Mary Gimpel, Cindy
Applegate, Cindy Edelson, Carol Tomaschick, Judy Orleans, Jodi Goldberg, Melanie DeMatto, Cathy Bennett, Judy
Noyovits. Not shown: Anne Carr, Linda Giaccio.
1007 MARKET ST. I PHILADELPHIA, PA
Negatives of portraits appearing in this annual
are kept on file.
Photographs may be ordered.
OUR SPECIAL THANKS
MR. WILLIAM O'BRIEN
JOSTEN,S AMERICAN YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVE
MR. WILLIAM CECHAK
SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY ADVISOR
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