North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1982

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Boynton Karen Sheehan Jane Cadarette David P. Camire James L. Campbell Constance M. Catalano Mary Ann Chaput 24 Craig M. Cheevers Barry D. Colella Paula E. Collins Pamela E. Cole Keith E. Comerford Marjorie R. Clement 25 Lon Conte Robert M. Connors Christine L. Coupe Maureen E. Conway John J. Coskren John R. Crawley Mary Corcoran 26 Richard P. DiCarlo Kenneth Dillman Daniel Dinsmore 27 Bob Kilcoyne, Ellen Blackstock, Jim Watson Kevin J. Doherty Ellen P. DiNuccio Robert J. Dion Sally Ann Ditenhafer Lisa Doerr 28 Barbara M. Driscoll Laura Fisher Richard A. Donald Elizabeth Donnelly Dawn Duncan Mary E. Driscoll Susan M. Dufresne Timothy J. Dunigan Ann Dunn Rich Querci, Tom Gilligan, Jim Boyle, Kurt Frulla, Jim Walsh Beverly J. Dunn Frank Dushame 30 Demi Plitkins Garrett Engels Kathy J. Enright Alfred Finocchiaro Elizabeth Fioccoprile ■ Michael F. Fay Harold Eliassen Erica E. Emerick 31 Laura A. Fisher Eric J. Foulds Christine A. Forzese Kurt A. Frulla Vicky A. Gauthier Bonnie MacPherson Elizabeth M. Fragala James F. Gammie 32 Stephanie Gelardares Linda A. Gelinas Janice M. Giglio 33 Steven L. Gilboard Thomas Gilligan Edward G. Gillen ' ' i ' - ' ® ' Caroline Giuffrida Albert A. Goebel Donna Golan Sharon Gioia Karen Hopping 34 Jill A. Golan David Gorham Robbie Nazarian, Greg Bleszinski . I i Robert Gravel Phillip W. Griffin James T. Greene Deborah L. Halasz 35 Traci Halloran Carol A. Hamel Lynne M. Hamilton Mark D. Hamilton Sandra Hall Nancy Zuchero 36 Kim A. Hanrahan Thomas J. Hennessey Frank Dusharme James A. Hamden Thomas Hardy Michael S. Hamori Jim Campbell Thomas A. Holland Gary A. Hockney Christine Hillner Barbara M. Holt Karen M. Hopping Kathryn Herrmann Dolores Hiller 38 Patricia E. Hutchins Julie Pierog Kimberly A. Kalinowski } ' Karen Keegan Ellen Howard Jeanne-Marie Jackson Scott A. Houghton James A. lannazzi Gary Hockney, Mr. Parker Robert Kilcoyne Kenneth S. Knightly Stephen Kelley Carolyn A. Kennicker Joy Ellen Koscielniak 40 Gayle F. Kothman Kevin J. Langlois Philip LaScola Nancy Lamprey Danielle B. Langevin Andy McAloon, Chris Starr Joy Koscielniak Kelley Ann Long Gary A. Laurendeau Timothy Lawlor Lori LeBrun Kathleen Leonard Cara Logue Phillip Long Kenneth E. Long Patricia E. Lynch Bonnie E. MacPherson Dana Magavero 43 Paula Anne Mammola Maria E. Mangano Robert E. Mascola Scott J. Massey Joseph Marchand Pam Cole, Peggy Simmonds Adam Matosic William Mazurenko 44 Sally Ditenhafer, Ellen Slipp Andrew J. McAloon ... .... Maureen M. McDonald James McElhiney Erin K. McGuire Susan J. Mclnnis Scott R. McKallagat 45 Glenn A, McMains Laurence A. Medolo Tania Melo John H. Melvidas Rebecca A. Melvin Ed Peck Gina Mesiti George M. Minasian 46 Kathy Muldoon Karen E. Murphy Patrick M. Napoli 47 John M. Nassar Joe Mottola Robert Nazarian Dianne E. Newitt Jill M. Norwood Linda J. Nolin Mary Jo Rowen Marsha L. Page 49 Donna Partridge Patricia A. Paris Laurie A. Pangione Michael Fay, Liz Fragala Edward J. Peck Michelle R. Pelrine Catherine J. Perkins Julie A. Pierog Demi Plitkins Randall C. Pike Joseph M. Piotte Richard K. Reese Richard Querci Thomas F. Powers 51 Kathleen Riordan Joseph Mottola Colleen A. Regan Wendy W. Ritter 52 Mary Jo Rowen Daniel A. Rumore Scott A. Saltman Christina T. Scalet - «• Mary L. Schelfhaudt Danielle Langevin Jayasri Sarkar Julie A. Schapker 54 Bruce M. Schena Suzanne Schwarzenberg Deborah A. Sheehan Jane D. Schwarzenberg Lori Conte Jodi Anne Shafer Dianne E. Shepley Cornelius Sherlock 55 Gary M. Sifferlen Margaret E. Simmonds John M. Skiba 56 Christopher J. Starr 57 Mary Jo Tanana Scott C. Tardie James Taylor 58 Veta Tortorice 59 Grad Rosenbaum David Waldrep 60 James Walsh James Watson Julianne Wells Janet White Chris Forseze ff Sue Blackwell, Ed Peck Margaret Weigel 63 Larry Curtis Ken Dillman Demi Plitkins 64 Rebecca Melvin Brad Wakeman 65 STEPHEN P. ALAIMO, 1720 Osgood St., A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; C.Y.0.1,2; Drama Club 2; Track 1,2; T.J. Maxx. DAVE EUGENE ANDERSON, “Ken”, 70 Candlestick Rd., Year¬ book 4; Service Master. PAUL M. ANDERSON, “Andy”, 43 Elmwood St., A.F.S. 3,4; Out¬ ing Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Mister Doughnuts. JOHN ANDREWS, 18 Millpond. RONALD J. ASSELIN, “Ronald DeJames”, 11 Main St., Basket¬ ball 4; Track 4; Bulk Transport Service. LYNNE-ANNE BAKER, 2 Colby Court; Burger King. GINA ANN BARBAGALLO, 659 Forest St. KAREN M. BARBERA, 92 Lisa Lane, Drama Club 2; Outing Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,4; Spanish Honor Society 1,2,3,4 (Secre¬ tary); A.F.S. 2,3,4 (Secretary); National Honor Society 3,4; Year¬ book 3, 4 (Editor); Squire 4; Market Basket. LINDA MARIE BEATON, “Beats”, 74 Prospect St., Outing Club 3,4; Squire 4; Yearbook 4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Cross Coun¬ try 1,2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Track 1; Finneran’s. KATHLEEN MARY BEATTIE, “Katie”, 655 Waverly Rd., Cross Country 1,2; Track 1,2; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain). WILLIAM A. BELIDA, 1070 Salem Street. MARK J. BERNARDIN, 459 Salem Street. ELLEN ANNE BLACKSTOCK, “Elba”, 40 Meadow Lane, Pep Squad 3; Student Council 1,2,3,4 (Secre ry); Pep Club 2; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Student Advisory 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Team 2; Track 1; Osco Drug SUSAN JEANNE BLACKWELL, “Suey”, 35 Boxford St., Home¬ room Rep. 3; Student Council 4; Pep Club 2; Ski Team 1; Softball 1; Cheerleading 3,4; Thompson’s Restaurant GREGORY SCOTT BLESZINSKI, “Greg”, 72 Russet Lane, Dra¬ ma Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ken¬ tucky Fried Chicken. LINDA JEANNE BONACCORSO, “L.B.” 66 Kingston St.; Learner’s Shops. MARK W. BOUCHARD, 1060 Salem Street. JAMES T. BOYLE, 433 Marbleridge Rd. RACHEL A. BOYNTON, 267 Osgood St. JAMES M. BROUDER, 890 Dale St. JANA E. BROWN, 11 Third St. JOSEPH R. BRUQUETA, 25 Pleasant St. MARK JOHN BUCCHIO, “Bucch”, 120 Edgelawn Ave., Football 2; Track 3, 4; The 99 Restaurant. GERARD C. BURT, 333 Sutton St. GREGORY BURZYNSKI, 50 Columbia Rd. JANE CADARETTE, 81 Lisa Lane, Student Council 1,2; Home¬ room Rep. 2; Cross Country 1; Track 1,2; William J. Patterson DMD. DAVID PAUL CAMIRE, “Dave”, 118 Marblehead St., Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Track 2,3,4 (Captain); Knights of (Ilolumbus. JAMES L. CAMPBELL, 99 Edgelawn Ave. LAURIE J. CARABELLO, “Cricket”, 23 Autran Ave., Student Council 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Homeroom Rep. 1; Prom Committee 4; Field Hockey 1,2; Track 1; Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Captain); N.A. Recreation Department. MARYLOU CARON, 50 West Bradstreet Rd., Marked keyboard 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3; Tennis 4; CONSTANCE M. CATALANO, 27 Bunkerhill Rd. MARYANN CHAPUT, “Mac”, 122 Boxford St., Yearbook 1,2; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; T.J. Maxx. CRAIG MICHAEL CHEEVERS, “Cheesie”, 59 Penni Lane, A.F.S. 2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Golf 1,2,3 (Captain), 4 (Captain); Prescott House Nursing Home PATRICIA ANNE CLARK, “Patti”, 69 Salem St., Outing Club 2,3; A.F.S. 3,4; P.F. 1,2 (Secretary), 3,4 (Vice-President); Cross Coun¬ try 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Steven’s Hall. MARJORIE R. CLEMENT, “Marg”, 36 Colgate Dr., Basketball 1; Softball 1,2; Jilly’s Restaurant. PAMELA EVELYN COLE, “Pam”, 33 Forest St., Concert Band 1,2,3,4 (President); Marching Band 1,2,3,4 (President); Stage Band 3,4; Market Basket BARRY DINO COLELLA, “Barrel”, 1435 Salem St., Outing Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,3,4. PAULA ELAINE COLLINS, 44 Union St. KEITH EDWARD COMERFORD, 79 Gray St., German Honor Society 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. ROBERT MICHAEL CONNORS, “Bob”, 65 Brightwood Ave., Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Soccer 1; Treadwell’s. LORI ANN CONTE, 53 Sutton Place, A.F.S. 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2; Yearbook 4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2 (Librarian), 3 (Vice- President), 4 (President); C.Y.0.1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Prom Commit¬ tee 4; Burger King. MAUREEN E. CONWAY, “Moe”, 19 Francis St., Basketball 1; Softball 1,2. CHRISTINE CLAIRE CORBELL, 54 Elm St., Band and Jazz Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2; A.F.S. 2. MARY CHRISTINA CORCORAN, 46 Russet Lane, Field Hockey 1; Track 2; S ki Team 3,4; Dunkin Dougnuts. JOHN JOSEPH COSKREN, “Wizard”, 44 Bradstreet Rd., B.U. Confrence Center. CHRISTINE L. COUPE, “Coupey”, 220 Forest St., The Travel Mill. JOHN R. CRAWLEY, 8 Abbot St. ROBERT J. CUNNINGHAM, 25 Camden Rd. JEFFREY E. CURRAN, “F.L”, 200 Bradford St., Soccer 1,2,3; Messina’s. LAWRENCE F. CURTIS, “Larry”, 1472 Salem St., Latin Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1. JOHN DAGHLIAN, “Padre”, 1440 Salem St., Yearbook 4; Photo Club 4; Audio Visual 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. MELISSA ANN D’ANTONIO, “Mel”, 42 Foster St. Homeroom Rep. 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Prom Committee 4; Cheerleading 2,34 (Captain); Thompsons Restaurant. DANIEL P. DEVLIN, , “Dan”, 1469 Salem St., Spanish Honor Society 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President); National Honor Society 3,4; Ten¬ nis 1,2,3,4 (Co-C)aptain). RICHARD PATRICK DICARLO, “Rich”, 191 Mass. Ave., Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Dairy Queen. DANIEL D. DINSMORE, 10 Ashland St. KENNETH DILLMAN, 122 Union St. ELLEN PATRICE DINUCCIO, “El”, 143 Sandra Lane, Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 2; Yearbook 4 (Typing Editor); Track 1,2,3,4; Lawrence Eagle Tribune. ROBERT J. DION, 31A Francis St. SALLY ANN DITENHAFER, 157 Greene St., Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Homeroom Rep. 1; Yearbook 4; Cheerleading 3,4. LISA M. DOERR, “Sa”, 290 Rea St., Student Council 2, 3, 4; A.F.S.2; Yearbook 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; T.J. Maxx JOSEPH DOHERTY, 68 Glencrest Drive. KEVIN DOHERTY, 21 Emerson Court, Salem Boys’ Club. CHRISTOPHER J. DONAHUE, 17 Ardmore Court; Messina’s. RICHARD A. DONALD, “Rick”, 46 Hollow Tree Lane, Soccer 1,2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Basketball 1,2; Track 4; Justin’s. ELIZABETH DONNELLY, “Liz”, 218 Mass. Ave., Pep Club 1; Prudential Health Insurance. KATHLEEN M. DONNELLY, “Kath”, 83 Hewitt Ave., A.F. S. 1,2,3 (Treasurer), 4 (Treasurer); Student Council 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1; Class Vice-President 2; Yearbook 4 (Senior Editor); Homeroom Rep. 3,4. BARBARA M. DRISCOLL, “Barb”, 405 Main St., Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1; Concert Choir 1,4; Outing Club 2,4; Cross Coun¬ try 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4. MARY ELIZABETH DRISCOLL, “Mar”, 190 Mill Rd., Student Council 1,2; Yearbook 4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Ski Team 1; Cheer¬ leading 2,3; Track 1; T.J. Maxx SUSAN MARY DUFRESNE, “Sue”, 87 Maple Ave., Spanish Hon¬ or Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4 (Editor); Outing Club 2; Track 1; Lanam Club Inc. TIMOTHY J. DUNIGAN, “Tim”, 784 Winter St., A.V. 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Justin’s. BEVERLY JEAN DUNN, “Bev”, 91 Marblehead St., Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Colorguard 1; Track 2; Pep Squad 3; NAFSC 1,2,3,4; HFSC 1,2,3,4; Jimmy’s Pizza. 66 HARALD ELIASSEN, 82 Raleigh Tavern Lane, A.F.S. 4; Soccer 4; Ski Team 4. ERICA EVA EMERICk, 53 Waverly Rd., Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3 (Wardrobe), 4 (Wardrobe); Sears, Roebuck + Co. GARY L. ENGELS, “Felix”, 49 Blueberry Hill Lane, Track 1,2. KATHY JEAN ENRIGHT, “Mouse”, 1502 Osgood St., A.F.S. 4. MICHAEL FRANK FAY, “Mike”, 163 Summer St., Outing Club 2,3,4; Squire 3,4; Wench 3; Math Team 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Market Basket. ALFRED P. FINOCCHIARO, “Fred”, 25 Wentworth Ave., Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4 (Captain): Baseball 1,2; B.U. Conference Center. ELIZABETH ANN FIOCCOPRILE, “Betsy”, 118 Kingston St., Drama Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President); Cross Country 1; Track 2; Burger King. LAURA ANN FISHER, “Laura”, 178 Stonecleave Rd., Arlington Trust Co. CHRISTINE ALLISON FORZESE, “Chris”, 23 Wright Ave., Pep Squad 3; Cheerleading 4; Findeisen’s Ice Cream ERIC JON FOULDS,“E.J”, 25 First St., Class Vice-President 4; Outing Club 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Lanam Club. ELIZABETH MARY FRAGALA, “Liz”, 1 Dana St., A.F.S. 1,2,4; Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; Yearbook 4; HERO Club 2,3; Squire 4; Student Council 1,2; Outing Club 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Merrimack College. KURT A. FRULLA, 46 Stonington St., Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain); DeMoulas Market Basket. JAMES S. GAMMIE, “Jim”, 100 Glencrest Dr., National Honor Society 2,3,4 (Vice-President) French Honor Society 2,3,4; Outing Club 2,3,4; Church Youth Group 1,2 (Vice-President); 3 4 (Pres¬ ident); Yearbook 4; Ski Team 3,4. CHRISTINA GAUDET, 332 Campbell Rd. VICKY GAUTHIER, “Ziggy” 1537 Turnpike St., National Honor Society 2,3,4 (President); Outing Club 2,3 (President), 4 (President); Yearbook 4; French Honor Society 2,3; Math Team 2,4; Ski Team 2,3; Sears, Roebuck Co. RITA J. GAVELIS, “Crazy”, 335 Forest St., Drama Club 2,3 (Presi¬ dent), 4; Science Club 2; German Honor Society 3 (President), 4 (President); Yearbook 2,3,4 (Co-Editor); A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Band 3,4, (Librarian); Squire 2,3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Marching Band 4 (Assis¬ tant Drum Major); Track 1,2; Basketball 1,2 (Manager); Cross Country 1; K-Mart. CHRISTINA GELARDERES, “Chris”, 18 Harkaway Rd., Home¬ room Rep. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Finndeisen’s. STEPHANIE GELARDERES, “Steph”, 18 Harkaway Rd., Year¬ book 4; HERO 4; Prom Committee 4. LINDA A. GELINAS, 1478 Great Pond Rd. TONY GIANETTI, “Cappone”, 25 Camden St., Football 1,2; Wrest¬ ling 2,4. JANICE MARIE GIGLIO, 7 Harold St., Softball 2; Sear’s Service Center. STEVEN L. GILBOARD, “Steve”, Cross Country 1,2; Ski Team 1,2; Track 1,2; DeMoulas Super Market. EDWARD S. GILLEN, “Flash”, 399 Summer St., A.V. 1,2,3,4; Foot¬ ball 1; B.U. Conference Center. THOMAS M. GILLIGAN, “Gilly”, 68 Union St., Football 1,2,3,4; Haffener’s Gas Station. SHARON ANN GIOIA, 24 Hodges St., Student Council 1,2; HERO Club 1,2; Prom Committe 4; Pep Squad 3 (Co-Captain); Gymnastics 1,2,3 (Co-Captain), 4 (Captain); Market Basket. CAROLINE JUDITH GIUFFRIDA, “Jiff’, 254 Chestnut St., Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Findeisen’s. ALBERT A. GOEBEL, “Al”, 48 Surrey Drive, A.V. 1,2,3,4; Steven’s Hall. DONNA MARIE GOLAN, “Shortness”, 51 Autran Ave. JILL A. GOLAN, 693 Johnson St. DAVID GORHAM, 20 Carty Circle. ROBERT JOHN GRAVEL JR., “Scruff’, 34 Prescott St., Burger King. JAMES T. GREEN, 124 Adams Ave. GEORGE ANTHONY GRIECI JR., “Boss Hog”, 26 Millpond, Year¬ book 3,4; Squire 2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3 (Vice-President), 4; Stage Band 1,4; Chorus 3,4. PHILLIP WAYNE GRIFFIN, 91 Fuller Rd., Cross Country 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Cinema 95, Cinema 495. DEBORAH L. HALASZ, 543 Forest St. SANDRA J. HALL, 55 Bradford St. TRACI HALLORAN, 67 Colgate Drive. CAROL ANN HAMEL, “Cah”, 591 Turnpike St. LYNNE MARGARET HAMILTON, 99 Russet Lane, Chorus 1,2 (Secretary), 3,4; Band 1; Debate Club 1,2; Squire 1,2,3,4 (Feature Editor); Student Council 1,4; Drama Cl ub 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3 (Presi¬ dent), 4 (President); Photography Club 1,2; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Class Secretary 4; Field Hockey 2,3; Ice Hockey (Manager) 2,3,4; Osco Drug. MARK D. HAMILTON, 99 Russet Lane, Cross Country 2,3,4 (Co- Captain); Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Renwood, Hampton Beach. MICHAEL S. HAMORI, “Mike”, 49 Salem St., A.F.S. 1,2,3; Photog¬ raphy 4; Outing Club (Vice-President) 2; Soccer 1,2; Ski Team 1,2; Track 1,2; Messina’s, Malen Mills, Inc. KIMBERLY A. HANRAHAN, “Kimba”, Pewter Pot. JAMES A. HARNDEN, 387 Mass. Ave. THOMAS JOHN HENNESSEY, “Hen”, 343 Salem St., Football 1,2,3; DeMoulas. KATHRYN LYNN HERRMANN, “Happy”, 75 Granville Lane, Student Council 2,3; Class President 3; Pep lub 2 (Vice-President), 3 (Vice-President); Math Team 2; Prom Committee 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 1,2,3 (Treasurer), 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Softball 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas Market Basket. DOLORES GENE HILLER, “Dolly”, 7 Carlton Lane, Class Vice- President 1; Class President 2; Student Council 1,2,3,4 (President; Yarbook 3; Squire 3; Student Advisory Council 4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3 (Secretary), 4; Swimming 1; Cross Coun¬ try 4; Tennis 2,3,4 (Captain); Unex Labs. CHRISTINE HILLNER, “Hilly”, 96 Farnum St., Photography 1; Student Council 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,2; Track 1; Cheerleading 3; Market Basket. GARY A. HOCKNEY, 628 Chickering Rd., Soccer 1,2; Basketball 1. THOMAS PATRICK HOLLAND, “Tom”, 344 Main St..; Messina’s. BARBARA MARY HOLT, 220 Granville Lane, Student Council 2; Clas Rep. 2; Class Treasurer 1; French Club 1; German Club 2; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 2; Chorus 1; A.F.S. 1,2,3; School Newpaper 3; Soccer 2,3; Track 2; Swimming 2; Burger King. KAREN M. HOPPING, 11 Thondike Rd. SCOTT ALEXANDER HOUGHTON, 44 Ash St., Messina’s. ELLEN HOWARD, “Howie”, 141 Prescott St., French Honor Socie¬ ty 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; A.F.S. 3; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4 (Editor); Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Prescott Nursing Home. PATRICIA E. HUTCHINS, “Tricia”, 95 Lyman Rd., Pep Club; Prescott Nursing Home. JAMES ALAN IANNAZZI,“Bean”, French Honor Society 2,3,4; Outing Club 2,3,4; Stage Band 4; Chorus 4; Football 1; Soccer 4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4 (Captain). JEANNE-MARIE JACKSON, 7 Commonwealth Ave., Messina’s Market. KIMBERLY A. KALINOWSKI, “Kim”, 369 Salem St., Student Council 1,2, (Representative); A.F. S. 3; Yearbook 4 (Editor); Prom Committee 4; Sears, Roebuck Co. VICTOR KAMINSKI. ROBERT N. ICAPLAN, 56 Village Green Drive. KAREN ANN KEEGAN, “Keegs”, 15 Dewey St., Prom Committee 4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Softball 1,2,3,4; T.J. Maxx. CAROLYN ANN KENNICKER, 85 Martin Ave., Pewter Pot. ROBART PHILLIP KILCOYNE, “Kil”, 64 Colgate Drive. Soccer 1,2,3,4 (Tri-Captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4. KENNETH S. KNIGHTLY, “Knights”, 19 Robinson St., A.V. 1,2,3,4 (President); Yearbook 2; Photography 1,2; Football 1; Com¬ mand Performancer, U.S. Army Reserve. JOY ELLEN KOSCIELNIAK, “Hoya”, 280 Rea St., National Hon¬ or Society 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Squire 1,2; Student Council 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; ' T.J. Maxx 67 GAYLE F. KOTHMAN, “Froggy”, 37 Pleasant St., Steven’s Memo¬ rial Library. NANCY L. LAMPREY, “Nanc”, 17 Phillips Ct., Junior Acheive- ment 1,2,3 (Vice-President), 4; DeMoulas. DANIELLE B. LANGEVIN, “Dani-B”, 150 Hillside Rd., Softball 1; Skiing 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4 (Captain); Citizen Dr. Langevin’s Office. KEVIN J. LANGLOIS, 66 Saunders St. PHILIP M. LASCOLA, 184 Cotuit St., Ski Team 2; DeMoulas. GARY A. LAURENDEAU, 13 Belmont St. TIMOTHY J. LAWLOR, “Tade”, 116 Mass. Ave., Football 1,2; De¬ Moulas. LORI J. LEBRUN, “Buns”, Blueberrry Hill, Student Council 1; F.C.A.; Prom Committee 4; Basketball 1 (Captain), 2 (Captain), 3,4 (Captain); Softball 1,3,4; Sears Service Center. SCOTT P. LEHANE, 3 Royal Crest Dr. Apt. 7; Pizza Hut and Citco. MARTHA M. LEAVITT, 26 Andover St., Student Council 1,2; A.F.S. 1,2,4; Ecology Club 3; Prom Committee 4; Prescott Nursing Home. KATHLEEN MARIE LEONARD, “Red”, Student Council 1,2,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Team 1,2; Cheerleading 3; Football Manager 4;Hair Designs. CARA MARIA LOGUE, 119 Martin Ave., Student Council 1,2,4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4; Cheerleading 3,4; Football Manager 4. KELLY A. LONG, “Smell”, 16 Dufton Court, A.F.S. 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Ski Teaml,4; Hockey Manager 4; Prescott Nursing Home. KENNETH E. LONG “Opie”, 18 Margate Rd., Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Baseball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain). PHILIP LONG, JR. “Philbart”, Soccer 1; Football 2,3; Baseball 2; Track 4; Knights of Columbus. DIANA M. LUSTENBERGER, “Lusty”, 112 Autran Ave., Softball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); T.J. Maxx PATRICIA ELLEN LYNCH, “Lynchie”, 24 Highland Ter., A.F.S. 1; Prom Committee 4; Softball 2; Messina’s Market. BONNIE E. MACPHERSON, “Jacki”, 29 Millpond, Yearbook 1; HERO 4; Prom Commitee 4; Ski Team 1,4; Cheerleading 2; Tennis 1,4; Messina’s. PAULA ANNE MAMMOLA,“Swanie”, 4 Gibson Court, Drama Club 2,3 (Secretary-Treasurer), 4; Chorus 3,4; Prom Committee 4; K-Mart. MARIA ELLEN MANGANO, Lisa Lane, Drama Club 3,4; Outing Club 3; Yearbook 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Business Club 1; HERO 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1; Track 4; K-Mart. JOSEPH DAVID MARCHAND, “Joe”, 161 Cotuit St., Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas. BRYAN L. MARTIN, “Marty”, 142 Rea St., Football 1,2,3; Wrest¬ ling 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Royal Jewelers Riley’s Roastbeef. ROBERT E. MASCOLA, “Bob”, 281 Andover St., A.V. 1; Squire 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3 (Vice-President), 4 (President); National Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Class Secre¬ tary-Treasurer 2,3; Prom Committee, 4; Class President 4; Math Team 2,3 (Co-Captain); Outing Club 2; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Thompson’s Restaurant. SCOTT JAY MASSEY, “Mass”, 57 Marblehead St., Basketball 1,2,4; Thompson’s Restaurant. ADAM PAUL MATOSIC, 25 Marblehead St., Chess Club 4; Ski Team 3,4. BILL K. MAZURENKO, “Fez”. ANDREW J. MCALOON, “Mac”, 16 Great Oak St.; Messinas. DANIEL MCCONAGHY, “Dan”, 59 Appleton St., A.V. 4; Football 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Hockey 1,2,3,4. MAUREEN MC DONALD, “Mo-McChowder”, Park St., Cross Country 1; Steven’s Hall. JAMES ROBERT MC ELHINEY, “Mac”, 26 Pembrook Road, Stu¬ dent Council Rep. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Weightlifting 1,2,3,4; Mes¬ sina’s. ERIN K. MC GUIRE, 38 Phillips Court, Student Council 2; Pep Club 2. SUSAN J. MC INNIS, “Sue”, Lisa Ln. A.F.S. 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Horneroom Rep. 2,3; Pep Club 2; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 1; Gymnastics 1; Cheerleading 2,3; DeMoulas. SCOTT R. MC KALLAGAT, “Lude”, Wrestling2,3: Service Master. GLENN A. MC MAINS, “Beef’, 620 Johnson St., Football 1; Wrest¬ ling 1,2; Riley’s Roast Beff. LAWRENCE ANDREW MEDOLO, “Jungle Man”, 24 Marblehead St., Chess Club 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3; Squire 3; HERO 3; A.V. 2,3; Chorus 1; DeMoulas Market Basket. TANIA CANGUSSU MELO, 24 Autran Ave., A.F.S. 4. JOHN H. MELVIDAS, 15 Sargent Street. REBECCA A. MELVIN, “Beck”, 28 Beacon Hill Blvd., A.F.S. 3,4; Outing Club 2,3,4; N.A. Historical Society 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 4; Ballet 3,4; Softball 1; Merrimack Valley Motor Inn. GINA MARIE MESITI, “Geedge”, National Surface Cleaning Corp. JOSEPH J. MIKOLS, 92 Union St. GEORGE M. MINASIAN, “Jorge”, Soccer 1,4 (Manager); Wrest¬ ling 1,2. SHEILA A. MINTON, “Sam”, 36 Colgate Dr.; Jilly’s Restaurant. SUSAN E. MONTANARO, “Twix”, Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co- Captain); Softball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain). JANE E. MORKESKI, 394 Sutton St., Basketball 2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4; Bruin Hill Farm. JOSEPH M. MOTTOLA, “Joe”, 53 Marian Dr., Outing Club 2,3,4; Squire 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Ski Team 1; Soccer 1; Grasso Construc¬ tion Co. DANA MUGAVERO, 75 Edgelawn Ave., Steven’s Hall. KATHLEEN A. MULDOON, 127 Quail Run Lane, National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Skiing 2.3.4 (Captain); Softball 1; Track 2; Pappy’s Bakery. KAREN ELIZABETH MURPHY, “Mik Murph”, 135 Meadowview Road, Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Hero 4. PATRICK M. NAPOLI, “Guinnea”, 52 Inglewood St., Service Master. JOHN M. NASSAR, 57 Old Village Lane, Outing Club 2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 2; Drama Club 2; Soccer 1,2,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4. ROBERT S. NAZARIAN JR., “Naz”, 209 Johnson St., Urban Com¬ munity Development 2,3, Young Democrats; Football 1,3,4; Cross Country 2; Hockey 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Kentucky Fried Chicken. DIANNE E. NEWITT, “Di”, 133 Campbell Rd., Concert Band 4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Squire 4; Prescott House Nursing Home. JILL MARIE NORWOOD, 241 Mass Ave., A.F.S. 1; Track 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2; Mr, Donut. CATHERINE REGINA NUGENT, “Nuge”, 75 Meadow Lane, Stu¬ dent Council 1,2,3,4 (Vice President); Pep Club 2; Pep Squad 3; Squire 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Cross Country 1.2.3.4 (Captain); Ski ' Team 2; Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Boston Ski Hill. LAUREN O’DONNELL, 33 Millpond, Tennis 3,4. LORI B. O’HEARN, “Law”, 16 Moody St., Outing Club 4; Yearbook 4; Western World. KATHLEEN M. O’SULLIVAN, “Chuckle”, 14 Walker Rd., York Steak House. JOHN OZBERAK, “Ozie”, Soccer 1,2,3,4. MARSHA LOUISE PAGE, “Pagie”, Softball 1,2. LAURIE ANN PANGIONE, “Pangi”, 245 Brentwood Circle, Home Room Rep. 1,2; Yearbook 4; Ski Team 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Great Pond Insurance. EDWARD JOSEPH PECK, “Ed”, 78 Lacy St., French National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Outing Club 2,3 (Vice President); Homeroom Rep. 4; Yearbook 2. MICHELE RENEE PELRINE, 2214 Turnpike St., Outing Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2. CATHERINE J. PERKINS, 263 Forest St., Choir 3,4; Drama 3. SUSAN PETERSON, “Sue”, 19 Dewey St., Yearbook 2,3,4; C.Y.O. 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Track 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1; Market Basket. JAY PHANEUF, 222 Main St. JULIE A. PIEROG, 104 Middlesex St., Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4 (Treasurer); Latin Honor Society 2,3 (Secretary-Treasurer), 4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Outing Club 2,3,4; C.Y.O. 3,4; Math Team 2,4; Yearbook 3,4. RANDALL C. PIKE, 59 Marblehead St. JOSEPH M. PIOTTE, “Wile E.”, 223 Forest St., Squire 3; Stage 68 Band 3; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2. DEMITRA PLITKINS, “Demi”, 242 Main St.; K-Mart. THOMAS F. POWERS, “Zowie”, 47 Sandra Lane, Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Mobile. RICHARD QUERCI, “Querch”, 15 Mark Rd., Baseball 1; Football 11 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Barnside Restaurant. RICHARD K. REESE, “Dick”, 59 Salem St., Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Baseball 1,2,3,4; House Painting. COLLEEN ANN REGAN, 57 Autran Ave., Messina’s Market. JAMES K. REILLY, “Belt”, 3 Walker Rd. KATHLEEN RIORDAN, “Kathy”, 40 Harold St., Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Cross Country 1; Malden Mills. WENDY E. RITTER,, “Critter”, 59 Adams Ave.; Roll On America. DANIEL A. ROCHE, “Ernie”, 667 Salem St., Golf 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Haffner’s Car Wash. CHRISTOPHER C. ROHDE, “Chris”, 1190 Salem St., Outing Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4. NORMA JOYCE ROKES, 39 Hewitt Ave., Yearbook 4; HERO 4. HELEN RONAN, 273 Osgood St.; Sear’s Service Center. DANIEL A. RORKE III, “Rorkey”, 51 Parker St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. GRAD R. ROSENBAUM, “Grand-Ba”, 66 Penni Lane, A.F.S. 1,2,3 (Vice-President), 4 (Vice-President); Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2; Prescott House Nursing Home. ERIC E. ROSTEN, 2241 Turnpike St. MARY JOANNE ROWEN, “Mary Jo”, 23 Lyman Rd., A.F.S. 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; C.Y.O. 2,3 (Secretary), 4; Basketball 1,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Market Basket. DANIEL A. RUMORE, “Rugged”, 182 Olympic Lane, Outing Club 2 (Vice-President); Basketball 4 (Manager); Optical Thin Films. SCOTT A. SALTMAN, “Salty”, 3 Elm Ct., Haffner’s. JAYASRI SARKAR, 148 Kingston St., National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 2 (Rep.), 3 (Rep.); A.F.S. 4; Newspaper 3 (Business Editor), 4 (Chief Editor); Yearbook 3,4; Business Club 1; Math Team 2,3,4 (Co-Captain). CHRISTINA TANIA SCALET, “Cris”, Prom Committee 4; Ski Team 4; Softball Manager 3,4; T.J. Maxx. JULIE ANNE SCHAPKER, “Jules”, Farnum St., Latin Honor Society 2,3; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Pep Club 2 (Secretary- Treasurer), 3; F.C.A. 4; Class Vice-President 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Student Advisory 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Prescott Nursing Home. MARY LOUISE SCHELFHAUDT, “Mair”, 318 Main St., Outing Club 2,4; Squire 3 (Junior Editor), 4 (Editor); Yearbook 4; Pep Club 2,3; Student Council 4; Cross Country 1,3; Track 1,2; Lanam Club. BRUCE SCHENA, “B.S”, A.V. 1,2,3,4; Math Team 4; Outing Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Jackson Millwork. JANE D. SCHWARZENBERG, “Short Stop.” SUZANNE L. SCHWARZENBERG, “Sue.” JODI SHAFER, “Jods”, Bridle Path Rd. DIANNE E. SHEPLEY, “Di”, Basketball 1,2; Messina’s Market. JOHN J. SHIELDS III, “Ward”, 87 Glencrest, Wrestling 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Football 1,2,3,4; Jayco Construction. CORNELIUS SHERLOCK, 60 Lyman Rd. GARY T. SHORE, “Larry”, 66 Martin Ave., Riley’s Roast Beef. GARY MICHAEL SIFFERLEN, 36 Colgate Dr., Dave’s Shoe Re¬ pair. MARGARET E. SIMMONDS, “Peggy”, 127 Chestnut St., National Honor Society 2,3,4 (Secretary); French Honor Society 2,3,4; Out¬ ing Club 3,4. JOHN MICHAEL SKIBA, “Skeebs”, 866 Dale St., Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Haffner’s Car Wash. ELLEN SLIPP, 40 Woodbridge Rd., Student Council 1,2; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Prom Committee 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4, (Co- Captain). SHARON M. SMITH, “Smitty”, 71 Marblehead St. SHANNON SNELL, “Snelly”, Softball 1,2,3; Saint Michael’s. ANN SPIRDIONE, “Bertha”, Cross Country 1; Track 1,2,3; Steven’s Hall. CHRISTOPHER J. STARR, “Starsky”, Soccer 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Track 1,2. NANCY KAYNE SULLIVAN, “Sully”, Homeroom Rep. 2; A.F.S. 3; Yearbook 4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Softball 1; Math Team 2; Treadwells. THOMAS JOHN SYBERT, “Sybe”, 25 Stonington St., Wrestling 1,2; Track 1,3; Pellerin Auto Body. MARY JO TANANA, “Banana”, 10 Russet Lane, Yearbook 4; A.F.S. 3,4; OutingClub 4; Prom Committee 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Squire 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3; Cheerleading 1,2,3; T.J. Maxx. SCOTT CHRISTOPHER TARDIE, 252 Boxford St., Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas. JAMES E. TAYLOR, 60 Russell St.; Lawrence General Hospital. DEBORAH LYNNE THOMAS, “Dizzy”, 4 Andmore Ct.; Market Basket. SANDRA E. TODD, 194 Olympic Lane; Steven’s Library. SUSAN L. TODD, 194 Olympic Lane; Messina’s. MARIA F. TORRISI, 435 Woodlane; Spencer. VITA MICHELLE TORTORICE, 1353 Salem St., Drama 1; Chorus 1; Pom Pom Girl 2,3 (Captain); Football Manager 2,3; Majorette 2. SCOTT TREADWELL. “Cookie”, 26 Hemlock St., Squire 2,3 (Junior Editor), 4 (Editor); Student Council 4; A.F.S. 3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Swimming 3,4; Yearbook 4 (Copy Editor); Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Messina’s. MICHAEL DEAN VALENTINO, “Vais”, 31 Saunders St., Foot¬ ball 1,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain). DANIEL M. VELARDOCCHIA, 33 Berkley Rd. ANTHONY VISCONTI, “Tony”, 90 Farrywood St., Chorus 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1. BRADFORD BUCKLEY WAKEMAN, “Brad”, 814 Osgood St., Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,4; Squire 1,2,3,4; Photograph Editor; Yearbook 4 (Faculty Editor); Drama 3,4; Photography Club 3,4; Citizen. DAVID WALDREP, “Waldo”, 39 Prescott St., Cross Country 1,2; Track 1,2,4; Basketball 1. CAROL M. WALSH, 115 Coachman’s Lane, Gymnastics 1,2. JAMES C. WALSH, 119 San4ra Lane, Ski Team 1; DeMoulas. JAMES H. WATSON, “Blindman”, 151 Raleigh Tavern Lane, Squire 4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Track 1,2,3,4 (Tri- Captain); Jack D. Painting. MARGARET ANN WEIGEL, “Big Marg”, 126 Colgate Dr., Year¬ book 1,2,3,4 (Co-Editor-in-chief); Drama Club 1,2,3 (Vice- President), 4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President); Stage Band 1,2 (Librarian), 3,4; Marching Band 4 (Vice-President); Basketball 1,2,3; National Honor Society 4; Stevens Hall. JULIANNE K. WELLS, “Dolly”, 81 Candlestick Rd., Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Track 1; Basketbal l 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Football Manager 4; Gap. JANET LEE WHITE, “T.T.”, 70 Edgelawn Ave., Drama Club 2; Squire 4; Prom Committee 4; Pep Squad 3; Cheerleading4; NAFSA 1,2,3,4; Dairy Queen. CHRISTINE M. WILLET, “Chris”, 5 Walker Rd., Softball 1; Mes¬ sina’s. THOMAS E. WILLIAMSON, 104 Bonny Lane. DAVID MICHAEL WILSON, “Wavey”, 20 Pembrook Rd., Mes¬ sina’s. FREDRICK G. WILSON, 151 Waverly Rd. JULIE ANN WILSON, “Jules”, 204 Mill Rd., Ski Team 1; Cross Country 2; Cheerleading 3; Lawrence Eagle Tribune. MICHAEL S. WILSON, “Bubba”, 369 Woodlane, Science Club 3; DeMoulas. ADAM G. WRIGHT, “Fleas”, 30 Church St., Outing Club 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,4; Chorus 4; Football 1; Soccer 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1. TODD MITCHELL YOUNG, 170 Chadwick St. NANCY BETH ZUCHERO, “Zukey”, 125 Gray St., Student Coun¬ cil 1,2; Prom Committee 4; Sear’s Service Center. RHONDA JEANNE ZUILL, 22 Village Green Dr. 69 (Elnss tjf ’83 Class Officers — Anthony Galvagna, (Pres.) Adrienne Bru- cato, (Sec-Treas.) George Soucy, (Vice- Pres.) Laurie Messina Homeroom 211 — First Row: (L-R) Jeff Bleszinski, Tony Armitage, David Blackstock, Agnes Bernal, Chris Bennett, Mary Kate Barry, Lee Altman. Second Row: Chris Aziz, Maureen Asselin, Pam Adkins, Vicki Anderson, Elizabeth Brown, Alicia Brown, Becky Balmas, Adrienne Brucato. Third Row: Bob Bouchard, Simon Acker¬ man, David Beliveau, Mike Braga, Kevin Allen, Mike Barrett. Dave Wilson ’jP (L-R) Agnes Bernal, Becky Balmas Homeroom 213 — First Row: (L-R) Den¬ nis Bruce, A1 Milton, Kevin Carney, Eric Beardon, Frank Billilea, Kim Burton. Second Row: John Beller, Steve Bodd, Pe¬ ter Burns, Jean Busineau, Kathy Con¬ nolly, Carol Bushnell, Kelly Comerford, Jean Bushnell. Third Row: Mary Com- eau, Lynne Carlson, Andrea Callahan, Chris Burt, Jim Bucchio, Jeff Campbell, Ray Burnett, Rosalyn Cavallaro. ! [ I I Lyn Watson Homeroom 214 — First Row: (L-R) Steve Cormey, Tricia Curtin, Maria Danus, Tina Doherty, Mike Connor, Rick Del- lechaie, Brian Dodge. Second Row: Pat¬ ricia DiFilippo, Maureen Costello, Faith Cottone, Doreen DeNitto, Robin Desmet, Karen Demers, Jo-Ann Corey. Third Row: Mark Brucato, Andy Crittenden, John Chaput, T.J. Conte, Lisa Crevier, Tim Cummings, Mike Dawson, John Cor¬ coran. Laura Galper, Kelli Anderson, Doreen DeNitto, Jon Keller, Todd Emerson, Peter Burns 73 Becky Balmas Homeroom 219 — First Row: (L-R) Charles Gammie, Brian Foulds, Kathy Gioia, Mike Gilligan, Bob Hill- ner, Kevin Good. Second Row: Joan¬ na Giancotti, Mary Beth Gordon, Deb¬ bie Foss, Laura Galper, Betsy Gil¬ len, Claire Gravel, Jean Fragala. Third Row: Dan Glynn, Wayne Fos¬ ter, Bob Gorman, Anthony Galvag- na, Paul Gosselin, Dennis George. Homeroom 216 — First Row: (L-R) Chris Duddy, Bernadette Dubois, Melody Dunlap, Debbie Foss, Stacey Ewing, David Forgetta. Second Row: Rachael Forgetta, Lisa Forgetta, Debbie Donald, Todd Emerson, Karen Fann, Joscelyn Engels, Matt Donovan. Third Row: Greg Drogus, Mike Early, Kim Foley, Tom Doherty, Mark Durkee, Harold Fer¬ guson. Bill Marcotte, John Vincent Homeroom 221 — First Row: (L-R) Patricia Hasty, Maria Hillner, Tim Ippoli- to, Jeff Hall, Cheryl Hutch¬ ings, Mike Hurley, Shawn Hutchings. Second Row: Donna Hall, Pam Jeffrey, Kathy Hannon, Donna Henry, Peter Heinze, Mike Healy, Jeff Hubley. Third Row: Bob Hillner, Greg Herold, Stephen Hansen, Paul Hambleton, Jim Han¬ non, Joseph Gurka Rick Dellechaie Karen Fann John Vicnent Homeroom 234 — First Row: (L-R) Jim Kil- coyne, Gerry Kent, Joy Kaplan, Lisa LaRochelle, Lisa Moso, Paula Lawson, Simone Klein, Wendy Kaufman, Terry Kaminiski. Second Row: Chris Lathrop, John Keller, Steven Todd, Jeff Stewart, John Vincent, Devrie Lafreniere, JoAnn Lesofsky, Jim Lane, Karen Lagana. Third Row: Donna Kozem- chek, April Kimball, Bill Marcotte, Jim Kelleher, Dan La- Belle, Kevin Lambert, Dan Lafleur, Wendy LaHaye, Karen Lang- lois, Kay Leary. Homeroom 235 — First Row: (L-R) Lisa Picano, Tracy McCann, Monica Marquez, Kathy McCar¬ thy, Vivian Lopez, Donna Martin, Mary Main. Second Row: Steve Margn aff, Jim Martinoli, Jay Martin, Bob Lumb, Steve Lanen, Brian Long. Third Row: Dave McClung, Jay Livesey, Steve Modd, Lisa Mazurenko, Irene Man¬ ning, Patty Manos. JoAnn Corey, Robin Desmet, Maureen Costello Homeroom 236 — First Row: (L-R) Eric Milone, Jo hn McElroy, John Minasian, Bobby Mukergee. Second Row: Judy McGuire, A1 Milton, Danielle Mclver, Scott McKay, Laurie Messina, Joe McDonald. Third Row: Shirley McGuire, Cathy Murphy, Lisa Morrow, Mike McMa¬ hon, Peter Molander, Renee Titus. Tom Roberts Homeroom 238 —First Row: (L-R) Kerry Matheson, Kevin Redman, Ellen Nadeau, Debbie Nazarian, Elisa Pettine, Michelle Poulin, Julie Otis. Second Row: Alice Peck, Mary Marocco, Brenda Poutenis, Lisa Novelline, Nancy O’Con¬ nell, Laurie Nolin. Third Row: Nancy Poirier, Dan Regan, Tom Reusch, Phil Nutton, Eric Petrow, John Pelich, Dennis Regan, Ann Pappalardo. April Kimball, Cathy Murphy Debbie Zaccari I Anne-Margaret Torrisi Homeroom 239 — First Row: (L-R) Linda Shottes, Matt Rorke, George Soucy, Ann Marie Smith, Michelle Smith. Second Row: Mac Rosenbaum, Ken Rossetti, John Salemme, John Ronan, Kevin Ronan, Steven Slaughter. Third Row: Merrill Sheppard, Margot Roy, Karen Robinson, Sue Samuel, Jim Spencer, Sue Robinson. 77 Homeroom 240 — First Row: (L-R) Eric Tobin, Wayne Stearns, Marta Stiglin, Jim Testa. Second Row: Kathy Swarbrick, Anne-Margaret Torrisi, Lori Torbin, Margaret Sulli¬ van. Third Row: Jack Walczak, Dar¬ lene Sullivan, Dave Tudisco, Mike Trombly. Lisa Novelline Julie Otis, Cheri Hutchings Homeroom 241 — First Row: (L- R) Kristen Warwick, Jane Sobel, Lyn Watson, Brenda Whittaker, Debbie Foss, Ann Zaccari, Heidi Wefers, Dan Warner, Robert White, Karen Warwick. Second Row: Scott McLachlan, Mike Walsh, Debbie Zaccari, Sue Witzgall, Maureen Walsh, Alli¬ son Wyllie, Karen Walmsley, Marianne Wolfenden, Alan Longton. Third Row: Chris Wil¬ lis, Danny Winning, Jim Wil¬ liamson, Bill Zahoruiko, Dave Wilson, Todd Workman, Scott Whitley, Dan Zappala, John Zeitlin. 78 Mary Beth Gordon, Marta Stiglin Junior Girls Irene Manning Judy McGuire, Maria Hillner, Nancy O’Connell, Lisa Novelline, Lisa orrow. Brenda Poutenis 79 of ’84 Class officers: Sue Breen (pres.), Jeff Smeltzer (Vice- Pres.), Dawn Marinelli (Sec.- Treas.) Erin Muldoon Katie Quinlan Karen Fundeklian Homeroom 110 — First Row: (L-R) Hannah Bois¬ vert, Cheryl Ashton, Patri¬ cia Blackstock, Kathy Bradley, Lisa Benincasa, Sue Breen, Michelle Albrecht. Second Row: Kerri Abdinoor, Michael Beirne, Mike Atwood, Chris Berube, John Beau¬ doin, Lisa Bazarian, Tatia Bilodeau. Third Row: Deanna Bouchard, Kamal Asar, Chris Arcidiocono, Greg Battersby, Kelli Anderson, Robin Adams, Sharon Allen. 80 W mm. ‘ 1 - £M I 1 1 r Homeroom 112 — First Row: (L- R) Mike Brouillard, Andy Con¬ don, Ken Blood, Jay Cavallaro, Mike Burt, Todd Corcoran, Vin- nie Cottone. Second Row: Tim Corcoran, Chris Compagna, Patti Corcoran, Lauren Cochrane, Heidi Carbone, Joan¬ ne Brouder, Timra Carlson. Third Row: Tim Bumford, Lynn Cooney, Eddie Burton, Jim Cho- pas, Suzanne Busineau, Robin Connearney, Chris Chenard. Rich Testa Craig DeRegotis Homeroom 122 — First Row: (L- R) Danny DiCarlo, Will Duffy, Peter Dilendik, Joe Derry, Mary Beth DeLellis, Shelley Danse, Paula Crudale, Donna Dead- man. Second Row: Elizabeth Duffy, Kara Danus, Nancy Dill- man, Kim Dalton, Julia Des¬ mond, Ann Dufresne, Robyn DesRoches. Third Row: Steve Dugan, Jeff Doherty, Bob Don¬ nelly, Mike DeNitto, Jim Durant, Carlyn Crane, Ann Dunigan. 81 Beth Stonecipher Homeroom 123 — First Row: (L-R) Tim Ger- raughty, Bobby Far¬ rell, Chris Gihlstorf, Chris Farley, Karen Fundeklian, Trinette Dushame, Heidi Enaire, Ann Filback. Second Row: Jane Gioia, Tricia Foulds, Debbie Furneau, Lisa Gartside, Donna Lee Eaton, Mark Gelar- deres, Chris Fenner- wald. Third Row: Gary Fox, Mike Dunn, Mark Emmett, Gary Gal¬ lant, Kevin Fitz¬ gerald, Robert Fredette, Mike Dun¬ lap, Chris Geggis, David Gagnon. Sue Breen Homeroom 124 — First Row: (L-R) Rhonda Greene, Dan Hollins, Stan Grenier, Joanna Haigney, Patrick Hayes. Second Row: Mariel Hagan, Julie Hayes, Marybeth Harrington, Wendy Harding, Kathy Heinze, Jenny Howard, Wendy Griggs. Third Row: Walter Green, Jim Haley, Shawn Healy, Bud Hanra- han. Holly Henshaw, Peter Hammonds, Bill Herr¬ mann. Kurt Tobin r Homeroom 125 — First Row: (L-R) Leanne Ho¬ ward, Sharon Hubley, Susan Koscielniak, Donna Lagana, Tina Lane, Mau¬ reen Kelleher, Katie In- skeep. Second Row: Bill Jasinski, Bob Kegley, Peter Killilea, Debbie Lally, Janelle Jolly, Kristen Keene, A1 Jackson, Third Row: Danny Lanen, Paul Jackson, David Lakin, Tim Labelle, Linda Hunt, Sher¬ rie Lascola. Will Duffy Theresa Peluso Mike Burt Homeroom 126 — First Row: (L-R) Rebecca Leighton, Elaine LeBrun, Dawn Marinelli, Julie Leonard. Second Row: Richard Martin, Reg¬ ina Marchese, Rosalie Marquez, Lisa Mammola, Pam Lenz, Andrea Matchett. Third Row: Troy Lombar¬ di, Mark Madden, Jim Maccarone, Jack Lyons, John Mambro, Randy Little 83 Homeroom 128 — First Row: (L-R) Michael Mclver, Patrick McHale, Mary Molan- der, Debbie McIntyre, Janet Maurer, Leslie Miles, Mary McElhin- ney, Suzanne McDo¬ nald, Chris Mitchel. Second Row: Jim McGuire, Chris McLaughlan, Keith McManus, Tim McGuire, Richard Melilo, Jaimie Melen¬ dez, Paul McDonald, Karen Mazurenko. Third Row: Tim McClung, Scott McGibbon, Tim Miller, Evan Paraskos, John McAloon, Eric Mid- dlemiss, David Mod¬ igliani. Julie Hayes Peter Sullivan Sheri Plitkins Homeroom 129 — First Row (L-R) Jim Norwood, Peter Oakes, Karen Osgood, Chuck Pemble, David Nixon, Lisa Murabi- to, Mark Murphy. Second Row: Cindy Nastasia, Julie Peck, Janet Nadeau, Erin Muldoon, Kim Patterson, Theresa Peluso, Kathy Moynahan. Third Row: Patti Nahill, Walter North- am, Brian Moody, Paul Morin, John Osgood, Claire Murphy, Lynne Newitt. r Homeroom 131 — First Row: (L- R) Pavan Punukailu, David Pakarski, Royanne Ramsey, Renee Philbin, Rhonda Prophett, Phil Riccardi, Mark Reed. Second Row: Sue Rennie, Sandy Quinn, Nancy Peterson, Katie Quinlan, Debbie Porter, Dawn Porter, Kathy Reardon. Third Row: Lisa Pimpis, Sean Richards, Paul Pierog, Kim Per- na, Kelly Redman, Sherrie Plit- kins. Exercises Jenny Wright, Andrea Matchett Mary Molander Homeroom 132 — First Row: (L-R) Tammy Seablom, John Rowdy, Kelly Rowan, Tammy Shore, Maureen Scanlon, Gene Salois. Second Row: Maria Rizza, Karla Scuito, Nancy Roller, Matt Rivett, Frank Serretti, Pat Rorke, Michelle Roche. Third Row: Simone Roy, Debbie Sanchez, Margaret Samuel, Jack Risacher, Gladi Rosica, Danny Rullo, Beth- anne Schroder. 85 Homeroom 133 — First Row: (L- R) Ray Sullivan, Chris Strobel, Peter Sullivan, Chuck Stein- brecker, Danny Steer, Jeff Smeltzer. Second Row: Kurt Tobin, Jim Titus, Molly Sulli¬ van, Greg Stewart, Amy Stern, Rich Testa, Jack Sweeney. Third Row: Patty Stone, Lisa Tiberio, Billy Smith, Bob Sim¬ mons, Beth Stonecipher, Martha Sybert. Homeroom 134 — First Row: (L-R) Mary Ann Wright, Dierdra Zuill, Michelle Tri¬ gones, Kathy Verville, Lynn Zappala, Tim Walsh. Second Row: Jenny Wright, Katie Walsh, Joe Torname, Fred Young, Jane Walsh, Steve Ward. Third Row: Wal¬ ter Wilson, Diana Whitney, Chris White, Steve Young, Phil D’Antonio, John Tory. Patrick Hayes Nancy Dillman Mike DeNitto 86 f f Irene Manning, Lisa Larochelle Karen Walmsley Cindy Gelinas Paula Lawson Steve Marchand Michelle Smith Cindy Nastasia 88 89 (Elnss of ’85 Pam Smith Homeroom 223 — First Row: (L-R) Lynn Berreman, Kimberly Adkins, Richard Blinn, Paul Bernardin, Patrick Bag- ley, Christopher Abel. Second Row: Tamara Borello, Jeff Bassler, Patricia Andress, Lucie Belanger, Leslie Alexan¬ der, Danielle Boulanger, Susan Becotte, Mary-Jo Barry. Third Row: Kristen Alavrez, Brian Cotter, Frances Aleci, Cheryl Bellofatto, Cathleen Aspinall, Gregory Best. Class Officers: Carolyn Duffy, Katie Degnan, DeeDee Boulanger. Kim Lawrence, Tomuko Saki 90 Homeroom 224 — First Row: (L- R) Bonnie Bruce, Jill Collins, Carolyn Busci, Kristine Brown, Joan Bushnell, Kerri Corcoran. Second Row: James Coupe, Pat¬ rick Carano, Keith Burt, David Braga, Michael Casale, John Bowab. Third Row: Patrick Connolly, William Chadwick, Sherrill Cheevers, Diana Caval- laro, Kristen Branca, Anne- Marie Cronin. Carol Potter, Monica Welch, Sandy Whitmore Molly O’Donnell, Carolyn Duffy Homeroom 225 — First Row: (L- R) Maureen Dowe, Peggy Dris¬ coll, Kathleen Degnan, Kimber¬ ly Fano, Deborah D’Antonio, Sheila Cruickshank, Eleanor Dufresne. Second Row: Daniel Cyr, Andrew Dobson, Nicholas DiChiara, Steve Cyr, Chuck Dunn, David Emmerick, Steve Dorsey. Third Row: Houry Daghlian, Michelle Doucelle, Nancy Erban, Lynda Fann. i I 91 Jennifer Holt Homeroom 226 — First Row: (L- R) Andrea Forgetta, Denise Gray, Kimberly Greenwood, Laura Fillback, Cynthia Geli- nas, Janet Gosselin, Melissa Frulla, Tara Gallagher. Second Row: Jim Gaudet, Neil Hamel, William Gordon, Peter Gulezian, Jeffrey Hajjar, Peter Fragala, Thomas Fragala, Edward Fyfe.Third Row: Yolander Fer¬ guson, Michelle Hamilton, Michael Gray, David Fay. Vicki Morrow Homeroom 227 — First Row (L-R) Eva Hibbins, Frank Kenneally, Andy Heinze, Margaret Helfrich, Jennifer Holt, Jill Herrold. Second Row: David Kozemchak, Mike Keegan, Sean Henry, Greg Kas- przak, Colleen Hutchings, Mike Hughes, Michael Kelleher, Third Row: Nancy Ippolito, Lisa Kulpinski, Jason Houghton, Kris Koscliniak, Mary Knowlton, Karen Kirk. David Salois i Homeroom 228 — First Row (L- R) Karen McKay, Kimberly Lawrence, Joan Maurer, Paula Galvagna, Sima Majarian, Alli¬ son McCabe, Noreen Dearman, Lisa Lascola, Maribeth Lyons, Kelli Martin. Second Row: Chris LeMauk, Peter Lundgren, Robert Lynch, Cherie Lafre- niere, Jon Leavitt, Peter LaHaye, Steven Marchand, Bob Marconi, Steven McAloon. Third Row: Ara Majarian, Nicole Moratto, Carolyn Duffy, Derek LeMauk, Jen Loyall, Sheila Long, Deena Lewis, Inga Larson, Steve Manning, Scott Marshal, Paul Marchese. Mary Beth Lyons Patrick Connolly Homeroom 229 — First Row (L- R) Steve Morin, George Mowyer, Bill Moeckel, Marcus Meyer, Vicki Morrow, Dan Mur- phy, Kevin Murphy, Dan McKallagat, Kim McConaghy, Deena Lewis. Second Row: Matthew Morin, Chris Conway, Eric Hamblet, Dave Alakel, Tobie Adie, David Dockray, Steve McAloon, Bill Clancy, Steven McKay. Third Row: Ellen Mitchell, Deanna Meluc- ci, Angela Calzetta, Lynn Den¬ ton, Virginia Curren, Dawn Colette, Rosemary Minasian, Jean McGregor, Deirdre Mclv- er, Andrea McDonald, Susan McGrath, Kathy McGuire, John McClellan. 93 Homeroom 230 — First Row: (L-R) Janet Novak, Ralph Powell, Chris Red¬ man, Tara Paraskos, Janice Pierce, Michelle Cormiere, Kristen Pass- cucil, Molly O’Donnell, Pat¬ ricia Bryan. Second Row: Lisa Pickard, Lisa Palma- sano, Andrea Norwood, Kris Noble, Leigh O’Don¬ nell, Carol Potter, Donna Paris, Naomi 01ms. Third Row: Jay Paiva, Scott Reed, Kevin Raymond, John Paris, George Naus- baum, Brian Peck, Joe Pal- lodino, Paul Quintal, Scott Nadeau. Janet Gosselin Homeroom 232 — First Row: (L- R) Pamela Swartz, Chris Robin¬ son, Bonnie Seablom, Mary Rowan, Kellie Regan, Bob Shann, Mike Schmolier. Second Row: Cathy Rossiter, Cindy Rosa, Russell Sequin, Dan Shantler, Eddie Shaut, Richard Rozzi, David Salois, Third Row: Dan Sanzi, Scott Risacher, Chris Rowan, John Richter, Frank Schrodder, Alan Rosen¬ baum. Sheila Haley Kelley Regan Homeroom 233 — First Row: (L- R) Karen Slipkowsky, Donna Sullivan, Andrea Sullivan, Maureen Smith, Helen Stein- brecher, Jeri Silberman, Debbie Strobel, Tracey Tibbits, Steve Tahan, Dan Richards. Second Row: Kathy Smith, Diane Splendore, Kris Swenson, Kathy Shottes, Pam Smith, Jodi Shea, Mark Sturgis, Gary Swanson, Frank Schoedder. Third Row: Chris Skiba, William Clancy, Sal Testa, Tom Sheehan, Derrick Studamire , Richard Theberge, Rob Skiba, Scot Stevenson, Mike Slipp. Peter Fragala Frank Kenneally Homeroom 242 — First Row: (L-R) Glen Wyllie, Michelle Zalinsky, Dayna Wilson, Kerri Whipple, Laura White, Kris Uttley, Amy Wright, Jane Turner, Michelle Young. Second Row: Michelle Trombly, Keith Young, Dean Velar- doccia, Craig Wonson, Mike Waldrup, Monica Welch, Leslie Zolla. Third Row: Judy Turner, DawnaZajac, Lee Winning, Jay Trevisan, Elizabeth Tinsley, Sandy Whitmore, Mike Wall. 1 95 Laura White, Margaret Helfrich Rose Mary Minasian, Leigh O’Donnell Cheri Lafreniere Carolyn Duffy, Jim Coupe Janet Gosselin, Diana Cavallaro, Carol Potter Chris Uttley 96 Diana Cavallaro Gordon Askew Lynn Newitt Before the dance Sophomore Girls Nancy O’Connell, Lisa Morrow lis ' lift mi li Jim Hamden Mr. Peter V. Garofoli — Superintendent Mr. Authur J. Hamel — Assistant Principal Mr. Daniel L. Desmond — Principal Mrs. Mary Kleuber — Secretary Mrs. Aniela Zimny — Secretary Jmstnns, nnonnttmznis OloIUg s, transcripts Mr. John T. DeFlumeri Mrs. Irene Fournier — Guidance Director i i Mr. Wesley Shattuck Mrs. Margaret Ekholm Mrs. Mary Ashburn Mrs. Susan Sturtevant Catalogs, pianhages, Paperwork Mrs. Karin Mukal — Aide Mrs. Theresa Morin — Aide Mrs. Theresa Uttley — Aide Mrs. Virginia Foulds, R.N. Mrs. Elaine Atkins — Aide p pi|tl0S0pi| in |Q tterature, Olomtc ptrtt, rts 103 American Ollasstcg, astc Ccmpastttan, eaMng Mr. Leonard DeSimone Mrs. Martha Albondy Miss Mildred Matasso Miss Mary Julie Connor 104 card] far litxnixxxt CIreatfe rtting Olt tcs, mcrtcan Mr. Albert F. Perrault — Department Head Mr. John Strobel !« » » 5 E«? ' tmmsmns ■ ?» ’ “ SMSSrnmmiMtsrnt 3«sa««5 HUbmwkW Mr. Raymond Grady Mr. John Minihan 106 Antljrnpologg, orlb Ci ilizattnnB ,3 , Psgrljolng Mr. Michael McVeigh Mr. William Boutilier Mr. Barry Humphreys 107 OXomputer tmtxxuv 3 Mr. Arthur H. Forgetta — Department Head Mr. Robert Parker Mr. Albert Berman Mr. John Kelley 108 I Mr. Anthony McGowan tmav Algebra (3l:tn eptl|, iHatli ebtelti Calculus ( 3 , 109 pi|gstC0 Mr. Robert Bennett — Department Head Mr. James O’Neill Mr. John Kappotis Mr. Curt Touchette Prtttcipl ts OIl|emtstrg, nergg Mr. Jerome Marchegiani Mr. Peter Kalafarski Mr. Philip Towle Miss Mary Martin Mr. Richard Rozzi 1 111 %txmvixi (3J3, |[Ia:ttn (31(3, xtnt Mr. Mario Giordano 112 113 tm£tgrap%, Recounting, nten. to Pnsincss Miss Margaret Phelan Mrs. Nina DeMerritt Mr. Joseph Bevilaqua — Department Head Mr. Paul Spadafore 114 Hstc grafting, tinOxxovkln lectrontcs Mrs. Helen Driscoll Mr. Michael Schena Mr. Timothy Troy Mr. John Sperandio 115 Music ecttanals, (31(31 (Hurt if Mrs. Patricia Sweeney Miss Beth Graham — Band Director Miss Mary Healey — Music Supervisor Mrs. Carolyn Sullivan 116 Mrs. Miriam Aubry tutoring, JReahmg, Skills Mrs. Gerry McGuire Mr. Joseph Santalarsci ! 117 I uctev Mr. Robert Licare — Supervisor of Health Education Mr. Howard Crozier — Director of Athletics Mrs. Beverly Delaney 118 Custodial Staff Cafeteria Staff 119 I talkers The sucess of The Knight is dependent on its hardworking staff members. The staff compiles materials and sells yearbooks. They also write copy and work on final layouts. Members meet twice a week throughout the year in order to meet their deadlines. The objective of the yearbook is to accurately represent the year in retrospect at N.A.H.S. The Knight is under the direction of advisor Miss Connor and co-editors-in-chief Rita Gavelis and Margaret Weigel. Lisa Morrow 122 Rita Gavelis Michele Smith, Pam Smith, Lisa Morrow, Margaret Weigel, Rita Gavelis. Scott Treadwell, Ellen DiNuccio, Margaret Weigel, Lisa Morrow, Ann Margaret Torris- si, Rita Gavelis, Second Row: John Salemme, Brad Wake- man, Michele Smith, Karen Barbera, Sue Dufresne, Debbie Sheehan, Kim Kali- nowski. First Row (L-R) Nancy O’Connell, Lisa Morrow, Ann Margaret Torrissi, Karen Fann, Maureen Costello, Margaret Weigel, Ellen Slipp, Mary Tanana. Second Row: Ellen DiNuccio, Rita Gavelis, Sue Dufresne, De¬ bbie Sheehan, Mary Rowan, Brian Peck. Third Row: Michele Smith, Brad Wakeman, Karen Barbera, Julie Pierog, Ellen Howard, Lori Conte, Scott Treadwell, Robin Desmet, Fourth Row: Pam Smith, George Griece, Joy Koscliniak, Barbara Driscoll, Patty Manos. Fifth Row: Linda Fann, Jayasari Sarkar, Liz Fragala, Pat Nahill, Pat DiFillippo, Sally Ditenhafer, Julie Schapker, Lisa Benincasa. Sixth Row: John Salemme, Pam Jeffrey, Margaret Sullivan, Kim Kalinowski. 123 Dolly Hiller, John Skiba The Drama Club, under the direction of Mrs. Maloney-Brown, is committed to producing high-quality theatre for our school and the community. With last year’s highly successful “Godspell” and this year’s “Anything Goes,” interest has taken a defi¬ nite upswing. The students gain a lot by exploring their creative talents and gaining personal insights while having a good time. Barry Colella Mark Madden, Betsy Fioccoprile First Row (L-R): Patrick Hayes, Joy Kaplan, Joy Kos- cielniak, Lisa Moro, Lisa Larochelle, Carolyn Duffy, Dee Dee Boulanger, Cathy Nugent, Sue Blackwell, Mar¬ garet Weigel. Second Row: Dan Rorke, Kathy Bradley, Sara Dickinson, Dianne Newitt, Lynn Newitt, Rita Gavelis, Becky Balmas, De¬ bbie Nazarian. Third Row: Brad Wakeman, Paula Mam- mola, Kathy Smith, Cynthia Rosa, Debbie Sheehan, Ellen Howard, Lori Conte, Laura Galper, Adam Wright. Fourth Row: Michael Slipp, John Salemme, Rich DiCarllo, George Grieci, Irene Man¬ ning, Sue Robinson, Donna Henry, Judy McGuire, Rebec¬ ca Melvin, Scott Treadwell. Joy Koscielniak. Erica Emerick 3 Fancy Footwork 125 Shawn Healey Plauers Prahuc vibt First Row (L-R) Shawn Healey, Scott Tardie, Jeff Hubley, Mike Healey. Second Row: Janice Pierce, Michelle Smith, Di¬ anne Newitt, Margaret Weigel, Kathy Rossiter. Third Row: Jim Handen, Rita Gavelis, Pam Cole, Stephen Morin, Harold Eliassen. 126 This year the Concert and Stage Bands, conducted by Miss Beth Gra¬ ham, have demonstrated admirable pro¬ fessionalism with their outstanding per¬ formances. Their music includes selec¬ tions from dreamy sonatas to roaring renditions of 40’s jazz hits. Both groups’ morale has grown by leaps and bounds and the public and school have re¬ sponded positively to this new feeling of pride in the band. Adam Wright (L-R) Miss Graham, Stephen Morin, Brenda Poutenis, Newitt. Margaret Weigel, Rita Gavelis, Diann II (L-R) Steve Tahan, David Lakin, Mary Main, Scott Tardie. (L-R): Julie Hayes, Marybeth Harrington, Paula Lawson, Ellen Blackstock, Mary Beth Gordon, Karen Sheehan (L-R): Andrea Matchett, Liz Duffy, Adrienne Brucato, Julie Hayes, Marianne Wolfenden. (L-R): Heather Henshaw, Joe Reynolds, Lynne Hamilton, Brad Wakeman. Bob Connors Tricia Hutchens nitvnaiionni af ustc Irene Manning The Chorus, under the direction of Miss Beth Graham, exposes students to various styles of music. The group also serves the community by performing for various civic groups. The singers perform for the school body during the Christmas season, also, and strive to continue this tradition for excel¬ lence year round. Miss Graham (L-R) — Pam Jeffreys, Cheri Hutchins, Adam Wright, Chris Rohde Adam Wright, Chris Rohde 129 iov languages The French, German, Latin and Spanish Honor Societies are comprised of students who have achieved academic excellence in a particu¬ lar language. The basic goals of these groups are to promote foreign cultures and provide an outlet for those who take an active interest in this area. Some of the services these organiza¬ tions provide are bake sales, tutorial programs, concerts and the annual International Ban¬ quet. Their advisors are various members of the Foreign Language Department. Gingerbread House First Row (L-R) Greg Herrold, Rita Gavelis, Second Row: Keith Com erford, Jay Martin, Joe Burquetta. Miss Lostimolo First Row: Mike Fay. Second Row: Pat DiFillippo, Julie Pierog, Kelly Redman. 130 First Row (L-R) Lisa Forgetta, Robin Desmet, Jayasari Sarkar, Becky Balmas. Second Row: Sue Breen, Liz Duffy, Karen Fann, Lisa Morrow. Third Row: Will Duffy, Bobby McKurgee, Ed Peck. Fourth Row: Jim Gammie, Julie Schap- ker, Ellen Howard, Jim lannazzi. First Row (L-R) Karen Fann, Becky Balmas, Second Row: Ed Peck, Lisa Morrow, Vicki Anderson. Lee Altman Joy Koscielniak, Julie Pierog, Bob Mascola, Karen Barbera. Second Row: Paula Lawson, Kathy Muldoon, Lee Altman. Third Row: Chris Rohde, Adam Wright, Dan Devlin, Grad Rosenbaum. Julie Pierog, Bob Mascola, Karne Barbera. 131 First Row (L-R) Charles Gam- mie, Monica Marquez, Robin Desmet, Karen Fann, Lisa Mor¬ row, Margaret Weigel, Anthony Galvagna, Second Row: Lisa Forgetta, Bob Mascola, Jayasari Sarkar, Karen Bar- bera, Julie Pierog, Kathy Herr¬ mann, Kathy Muldoon. Third Row: Joy Koscielniak, Ellen Ho¬ ward, Mary Tanana, Bobby McKurgee, Dave McClung, Lee Altman, Fourth Row: Jim Gam- mie, Dan Devlin, Joe Mottola, Bruce Schena, Jim lannazzi, Adam Wright, Chris Rohde, Grad Rosenbaum. Officers (L-r) Peggy Simmonds (Secretary), Jim Gammie (Vice President), Vicky Gauthier (President). For the members of the National Hon¬ or Society, the spring induction banquet is always one of the highlights of the year. Students are then honored for their superior academic achievement, the main requirement for acceptance. This year, the members sponsored the Red Cross blood drive and a bake sale to raise money for the scholarship fund, continuing the noble tradition of school and community service. Bob Mascola Adam Matosic, Peggy Simmonds Joe Mottola Mr. DeSimone, Advisor. Joy Koscliniak Tony Galvagrna Council Cures Under the direction of Mr. Spadafore, the Student Council meets once a week to re¬ view important issues concerning the school. The main objective of the council is to express the views of the student body to the administration. One of the council’s ma¬ jor concerns is to raise money for various school and community organizations. Some of these are organizing a food and clothing drive for the Good Samaritan program, sponsoring last May’s Spadafore Blues Brother concert and creating the idea for Spirit Week. Lisa Benincasa, Allyson Wyllie George Soucy, Lisa Morrow, Paula Lawson Michelle Smith First Row (L-R): Lisa Benincasa, Marybeth Gordon, Paula Lawson, Ed Peck, Cathy Nugent, Ellen Blackstock, Ann- Margaret Torrissi, Allyson Wyllie, Michelle Smith. Second Row; Nancy O’Connell, Joe Tomame, Bob Mascola, Lori Conte, Karen Fann, Paula Galvagna, Agnes Bernal. Third Row: Tina Lane, Jayne Walsh, Katie Degnan, Pam Smith, Karen Barbera, Julie Pierog, Mary Schelfault, Scott Traedwell, Jayasri Sarkar. Fourth Row: Mary Tanana, Lisa Morrow, Lisa Larochelle, Lisa Doerr. 134 Cathy Nugent (Vice-President), Ann-Margaret Torrissi (Treasurer), Ellen Blackstock (Secretary), Dolly Hiller (President). Liz Fragala, Scott Treadwell, Bob Mascola Ed Peck, Vicki Gauthier 135 ( nitrnntioxini ( Interest The American Field Service is one of the most popular organizations at N.A.H.S. Under the direc¬ tion of Mr. Minihan, the club aims to expose stu¬ dents to different cultures through various ex¬ change programs. Karen Barbera, and Grad Rosen¬ baum, through the A.F.S., spent their summer last year in Bolivia and Thailand, respectively. This year, the club is hosting two exchange students: Tania Melo, a native Brazilian, and Harald Elias- sen, who hails from Norway. First Row (L-R): Mary Tanana, Joy Koscielniak, Karen Barbera, Tanya Melo, Harald Eliassen, Grad Rosen¬ baum, Paul Anderson, Rita Gavelis, Second Row: Alan Rosenbaum, Kel¬ ley Lonf?, Steve Alamo, Kathy En- rifjht, Rebecca Melvin, Sue Peter¬ son, Julie PierojJT, Devrie Lafreniere, Marianne Wolfendon, Marta Sti lin. Third Row; Peter Heinze, Mac Rosenbaum, Liz Fragala, Jayasri Sar- kar, Lori Conte, Aj nes Bernal, Marybeth Gordon, Paula Lawson. Fourth Row: Maria Manjjano, Cathy Nup:ent, Mary Schelfaudt, Nancy O’Connell, Karen Fann, Lisa Mor¬ row, Allison Wyllie, Robin Desmet, Kathy Bradley. Fifth Row: Mary Jo Rowen, Tricia Hutchins, Lisa Doerr, Nancy Wentworth, Ellen Nadeau, Marybeth Dellellis, Kelly Redman. Tania Melo Mr. Minihan Harald Eliassen 136 The Home Economics Related Occupations Club, under the direction of Mrs. Sullivan, has grown and expanded this year. On this year’s agenda were bake-offs and an innovative “foster grandparent” program with the residents of Stevens Hall Convalescent Home. Mary Molander, Kerri Abdinoor, Karen Murphy, Maria Mangano, Lisa Maribuito, Kelli Anderson. Kerri Abdinoor First row — (L-R) — Bernadette Dubois, Lisa Maribuito, Kelli Anderson, Kerri Abdinoor, Mary Molander. Second row; Rachel Forgetta, Maria Mangano, Karen Murophy, John Osgood. Third row; Larry Medolo, Thomas Randall. O uttng Olluii For those students who crave fresh air and sunshine, the Outing Club offers its members a chance to participate in hiking, mountain climbing and orienteering throughout the school year. This year’s advisor is Mr. Shattuck. Ellen Nadeau (L-R) Ed Peck, Vicki Gauthier (L-R) Julie Pierog, Bob Mascola, Karen Barbera First Row (L-R) Mr. Shat¬ tuck, Ed Peck, Jim Gam- mie, Adam Matosic, Har- rold Eliasson. Second Row: Kathy Enright, Mary Tanana, Becky Melvin, Peggy Simmonds, Vicki Gauthier, Julie Pierog, Joe Mottola, Bruce Schena. Third Row: Mary Schel- faultd, Debbie Sheehan, Bob Mascola, Liz Fragala. Fourth Row: Tricia Hutchins. 138 Mr. Cottone Requires OInacli Under the direction of Mr. Forget- ta, the math team shows tremendous team spirit and fares very well in every meet. Team mem¬ bers meet to review problems and develop skills instrumental for the monthly league meets. The team works hard and deserves credit for its efforts. Peggy Simmonds Triangles Adam Matosic, Jim Gammie First Row (L-R) Carolyn Duffy, Charles Gam¬ mie, Jayasari Sarkar, Mike Fay, Bruce Sche- na. Second Row: Linda Fann, Liz Duffy, Karen Fann, Bob Mascola, Lee Altman. Third Row: Lisa Forgetta, Will Duffy, Anthony Gal- vagna, Dave McClung, Andrea Forgetta, Bob¬ by McKurgee. 139 qutre (Eantxnuts npeth C ualtty Jayasari Sarkar, Scott Treadwell, Mary Schelfauldt. The Squire, under the new leadership of Mrs. Atkins, relies heavily on its staff members for the high-quality newspaper. It is published eight times during the school year, and it strives to reach out to the student body with interesting editorials, articles and features. Anyone with a creative flair or an interest in the publishing industry is encouraged to drop in to their monthly meetings. First Row: Mary Schelfauldt. Second Row: Lisa Forgetta, Agnes Bernal. Mary Schelfauldt, Scott Treadwell, Jayasari Sarkar. First Row (L-R) George Grieci, Jayasari Sarkar, Scott Tread¬ well, Mary Schelfauldt, Rita Gavelis. Second Row: Patrick Hayes, Karen Warwick, Janet White, Bob Mascola, Karen Bar- bera, Margaret Weigel. Third Row: Liz Duffy, Carolyn Duffy, Liz Fragala, Helen Steinbreck- er. Fourth Row: Julie Wells, Cara Logue, Lisa Picano, Robin Desmet, Lisa Forgetta, Katie Degnan, Mary Beth Gordon. Fifth Row: Bob Kilcoyne, Mary Tanana, Cathy Nugent, Agnes Bernal, Marta Stiglin. 140 V WV Aths faster Larry Medolo Kii mill iiiiiiii iiiiiiii The Audio-Visual Club assists the teachers by operating and maintaining video tapes, cassettes, and records used frequently. Under the supervi¬ sion of Mr. John Robinson, the club gives members a chance to master the principles and technical aspects of operating audio-visual equipment. Jim Campbell First Row (L-R): Dan LaFleur, Bryan Long, Craig DeRe- gotis, Chris McLaughlin, Andy Condon, Eva Hubbins. Second Row: Greg Best, Bill Gordon, Mike Schmaeller, Tomoko Saki. Third Row; Mark Bucchio, John Griffin, Jeff Campbell, Kim Greenwood, John Daghian. Fourth Row; Bruce Schena, Ken Knightly, Jim Campbell, Eric Milone. 141 Mark Robichaud and Homecoming Queen Julie Schapker r Mark Robichaud and Julie Schapker Paul Connelly and Melissa D’Antonio Kenny Dillman and Chris Hillner 142 Front Row (L-R) Mark Robichaud, Julie Schapker, Dan McConaghy, Lori LeBrun Second Row: Paul Connelly, Melissa D’Antonio, Bob Nazarian, Dolly Hiller, Kenny Dillman, Chris Hillner. spectacular (31(31 Kathy Leonard The Guards The Pyramid of Victory The Dancing Girls 144 E.J. Foulds, Miss Massachusetts, Mr. Spadafore, Joe Torname We’re Number One John Crawley Bob Walmsley, Mary Driscoll Adrienne Brucato, Kathy Muldoon, Dave Camire itih ‘81 Sue Hajjar 148 cience ibes nbnlxxnhit The Science Club provides valuable laboratory assistants to help the Science Department and is open to any student who has an interest in the various areas of science. n ( ' I ' " ' Grad Rosembaum Mr. Bennett Craig Cheevers (7 Pl|0t0gra)ji|ers Jjfocus on Barbara Driscoll The members of the Photography Club, under the guidance of Miss Matasso, meet weekly throughout the school year. The objectives of this club are to master the principles of composition, film development and printing. New members are always welcome and anyone with an interest in photography is invited. Miss Matasso First Row (L-R): Mike Hamori, Chris Gil- storf, John Dahglian. Second Row: Bar¬ bara Driscoll, Kristen Warwick, Marian¬ ne Wright. 151 Hard work and enthusiasm are what made the band outstanding this year. Under the directorship of Miss Beth Graham, and with the help of major musicians Mike Healy, Margaret Weigel, Brenda Poutenis, Pam Cole and drum major Mike DeNitto, the band performed at football games, pep rallies, and several parades. Its music really sparked school spirit. Steve Morin Mike DeNitto 154 First Row (L-R) John Salemme, Jean Fragala, Irene Manning, Jeff Hubley, Scott Tardie, Mary Main, Dave Lakin. Second Row: RRa Gavelis, Cathy Perkins, Steve Morin, Nancy Erban, Steve Tahan. Third Row: Lynne Newitt, Patti Stone, Brenda Poutenis, Mike DeNitto, Dianne Newitt, Michelle Smith, Liz Tinsley. Fourth Row: Eleanor Dufresne, Chris Noble,’ Angela Lalzetta, Noreen Dearman, Mary Beth Lyons, Margaret Weigel, Fifth Row: Jim Hamden, Shawn Healy, Joe Palladino, Mike Healy. Sixth Row: Louie Lipomi, Brad Wakeman, George Grieci, Pam Cole, Martha Sybert, Patrick Hayes, Miss Graham, Jill Marquis. Miss Graham Dave Lakin, Mary Main. Color Guard 155 Brad Wakeman Our Outstanding Drummers Pam Cole, George Grieci Despite an unimpressive season, the lady Knights worked hard this fall. Coached by Miss Rachel Petralito and led by co-captains Sue Montanaro and Sue Peterson, the team showed improvement as well as individual success. Credited for outstanding team effort are Chris Willis, Mary Lou Caron, Devrie Lafreniere, Alice Peck, and Tina Doherty. Sue Monta¬ naro had an outstanding season as an offensive standout, and Rebec¬ ca Melvin was a great asset to the team’s defense. Sue Peterson played a terrific season as goalie, and Sue Montanaro was elected to the All-Star Team. Sue Peterson, Sue Montenaro Mary Lou Caron, Devrie Lafreniere Tina Doherty, Marta Stiglin First Row: (L-R) Tina Doherty, Mary Lou Caron, Sue Montanaro, Sue Peterson, Maria Mangano, Rebecca Mel¬ vin, Mary Beth Gordon. Second Row: Coach Rachel Petrali¬ to, Marta Stiglin, Agnes Bernal, Devrie Lafreniere, Alice Peck, Chris Willis, Karen Langlois, Carol Bushnell. 156 Maria Mangano Mary Lou Caron, Karen Langlois 157 utlbtng fnr The Junior Varsity Field Hockey Team was led by Adrienne Brucato, Ann Zaccari, and Janet Gosselin, the team’s tri-captains. Their win was a result of the outstanding efforts of Karen Walmsley, Marianne Wolfenden, Cherie Lafreniere and Nancy Peterson. Janet Gosselin, Nancy Peterson Julie Hayes Ann Zaccari Marianne Wolfenden First Row: (L-R) Cindy Gelinas, Linda Fann, Janet Gosse¬ lin, Adrienne Brucato, Anne Zaccari, Julie Hayes, Nancy Erban. Second Row: Coach Sue Karb, Nancy O’Connell, Nancy Peterson, Becky Balmas, Karen Walmsley, Marianne Wolfenden, Katie Degnan. 158 list’s ®BE mi The Golf Team, led by captain Craig Cheevers, compiled a winning record of 9-1-5, which was good enough to earn the team fourth place in the Cape Ann League. The team, coached by Mr. Fichera, will be in strong contention for the league title next year with the return of A1 and Mac Rosen¬ baum. Seniors on the team were Grad Rosenbaum, Bill Belida, and Mark Bouchard. Mac Rosenbaum Craig Cheevers Dan Roche Ray Burnette, Craig Cheevers, Allen Rosenbaum, Mark Bouchard. Second Row: Coach Fichera, Mac Rosenbaum, Danny Roche, Grad Rosenbaum, Bill Belida, Assistant Coach, Mr. Prichard. Pntgl]ts ' in OH amptonsl tp This year the Knights posted an impressive 8-1-1 re¬ cord to place them on top of the Cape Ann League. For the first time in the history of North Andover High School, the team won their league championship. Coached by Mr. Michael Cavanaugh and captained by tri-captains Gary Laurendeau, Dan McConaghy, and Fred Finnocchiaro, the team was both offensively and defensively quite good. Outstanding contributions were made by Robbie Nazarian, John Shields, Greg Blezinski, David Camire, John Vincent and Tom Reusch. Kill ’em, Knights Greg Bleszinski Bill Marcotte 160 First Row: (L-R) Barry Colella, Ken Long, Rich Querci, Ken Dillman, Tom Gilligan, John Shields, Fred Finoc- } chiaro, Gary Laurendeau, Dan McConaghy, Dave Gorham, John Crawley, Eric Foulds, David Camire, Mike j Walsh, Joe Bazin. Second Row: Greg Bleszinski, Jim Spencer, Dennis Bruce, Ken Whitehead, John Chaput, John j Anderson, Michael Barrett, Bill Marcotte, Scott McLachlan, Dave Forgetta, Jim McElhiney, Bry an Foulds, ! Robbie Nazarian, Dan Rorke, A1 Milton. Third Row: Jim Lindley, Mike Braga, Michael Valentino, John Vincent, i Jeff Stewart, Jay Martin, Mike Hurley, Tim Foley, Eric Rierdon, Matt Rorke, Mark Brucato, Kurt Frulla, Bob Connors, Tom Reusch. Fourth Row: Mike Gilligan, Jim Kronenwetter, George Soucy, Mr. Cavanaugh — Head ! Coach, Mr. McDonald — Assistant Coach, Mr. Carnevale, Mr. Rozzi, Frank Killilea, Tom Powers, Bob Hillner, Kevin Good. Tom Gilligan, John Crawley, E.J. Foulds, Dan McConaghy Paul Anderson, Fred Finnocchiaro Captains’ Pep Talk Tom Reusch, Rich Querci Dan McConaghy, Greg Bleszinski, Coach Cavanaugh |[Ieaguc This year’s J.V. football team, under the guidance of Coach McDonald, compiled an impressive record which placed them at the top of the Cape Ann League. The team had a strong, unweilding offensive line rooted by Jeff Smeltzer at tackle and Mike Beirne at guard which allowed quarterback Bill Herrmann to move consis- tantly downfield. The defense, spearheaded by Peter Killilea and Rick Mellilo, successfully contained rival offenses. First Row (L-R): Rich Mellilo, Tim McGuire, Matt Rivet, John Beaudoin, Brad Richards, Peter Killilea, Scott McGibbon, John Mambro, Sean Richards, Mike Burns. Second Row: Coach Miller, Gary Gallant, Jay Cavallaro, Peter Oakes, Paul Peirog, Mark Emmett, Paul Cioffi, Ken Blood, Todd Cochrane, Kamal Asar, Bill Herrman. 162 vasl} in i This year’s Freshman Football Team had a very success¬ ful year. Through their rugged determination and enthu¬ siastic perseverance, the team rose to the top of the Cape lAnn League ranks. First Row (L-R): Dave Salois, Rich Rozzi, Nick DiChiara, Andy Dobson, Pat Carano, Bob Shann, Dean Velardocchia, Mike Keegan, Steve McKay. Second Row: Keith Burt, Dave Dockary, Pete LaHaye, Dave Braga, Rob Skiba, Chris Abel, Tom Stone, Dave Kozemchak, Bob Marconi. Third Row: Mr. Kappotis, Joe Sands, Bill Clancy, Chris Skiba, Toby Adie, Eric Benson, Dan Cyr, George Nuss- baum, Ed Shotz, Mike Anderson, Mike Waldrep, Dan McCallagat, Jay Tru- sian, Frank Kennealley, Mr. Marchegiani. 163 (31(3 Cljamptcrns This year’s Cross Country Team coached by Mr. John Kel¬ ley ended with an impressive 10-3 record winning the Cape Ann League Championship and also capturing the All- State Division III title. Although Co-captains Jim Watson and Mark Hamilton had rough seasons, their contribu¬ tions were outstanding. Juniors Joe McDonald and Rich Dellechaie played a significant part in the success of the team. Kevin Ronan and Jim Kilcoyne greatly improved this year, helping the Harriers to their strong finish. Jim Kilcoyne Front Row: (L-R) Eric Hamlet, Kevin Langrlois, Walter Wilson, Joe McDonald, Will Duffy, Brian Moody. Top Row: Coach Kelley, Kevin Ronan, Mark Hamilton, Jim Watson, Rick Dellachie, Jim Kilcoyne. Gregg Herold Starting Line 164 Paul Quintal I Mark Hamilton Front Row: (L-R) Joe Reynolds, Matt Morin, Chris McLaughlan, Paul Quintal. Top Row: Steve Dugan, Gregg Herold, Chris Strobel, Peter Sullivan, Coach Kelley. 165 Citrls mntng This year the girls’ cross country team was very successful, compiling an enviable record of 11-2. Coached by Mr. Kelly and aided by tri-captains Cathy Nugent, Karen Keegan and Linda Beaton, they developed some promising young talent, including freshman Jenny Loyall, Vicky Anderson and Jean Bushnell. Jenny Loyall Kim Greenwood First row (L-R): Jenny Loyall, Jean Bushnell, Nancy Sullivan, Linda Beaton, Dolly Hiller. Second row: Mr. Kelley, Patty Clark, Vicky ■ ' Anderson, Karen Keegan, Cathy Nugent, Sue Breen. | 166 Patty Clark Vicky Anderson occer C§ualtftes for tatrs This year, for the first time, the North Andover varsity soccer team qualified for the state tournament with an outstanding record of 7-2-1. The team’s success is a result of Coach DiMarco’s driving ambition and many cold afternoon workouts after school. The enthusiastic team was led by tri-captains Chris Starr, Bob Kilcoyne and Rick Donald. Fullback Ed Peck, goalie Chris Starr and right wing Jim lannazzi were chosen as league all-stars. Noteworthy contributions were given by Adam Wright and John Ozberak. Jim lannazzi First Row (L-R): Bob Mascola, Harald Eliassen, Eddie Peck, Tom Roberts, Rick Donald, Chris Starr, Bob Kilcoyne, John Osberak, Adam Wright, Jim lannazzi. Second Row: George Minasian, Peter Burns, Jon Kelleher, Paul Hambleton, Kevin Redman, Jim Green, Tim Dunigan, John Nassar, Steve Todd, Bill Zahouriko, Tony Armitage, Kevin Rossiter, Todd Emerson, Coach DiMarco. 169 r W tntn (Bobs ia il}t States The Junior Varsity Soccer Team, despite a lack of size, fared well in the ’81 fall season, ending with a 4-6 record. The team was coached by Steve Murgo, a former N.A.H.S. hooter himself. Net minder Ray Sullivan and fullbacks Walter Wilson and Peter Fragala backboned the team’s defense. Inside, Pat Connolly, forwards David Nixon and Rich Testa were key weapons in the team’s artillery. The Kick Kurt Tobin Sean Randall Greg Kasperzack, Rich Testa First Row: (L-R) Mark Gelarderes, Chris Berube, Bill Zahouriko, Paul Hambleton, Kurt Tobin, Ray Sullivan, David Nixon, Kevin Rossiter, Randy Little, Tim Miller, Todd Emerson. Second Row: Sean Randall, Rich Testa , Craig Wonson, Tom Fragala, Paul Fragala, Greg Kaspazack, Steve Marchand, Paul Morin, Scott Redman, Walter Wilson, Pat Connolly, Glen Wyllie, John Torrey, Jim Coupe, Coach Murgo. 170 e£ti far Citrls This year was the first year for girls’ soccer. The team’s co-captains Linda Shottes and Kelley Com- erford provided the team with great enthusiasm and performed an outstanding job as leaders for the team’s first season. Other assets were goalie Kelli Anderson and forward Chris Chenard. Coach Frank Amato provided inspiration to the team, and team members are looking forward to his return next year. The girls’ record was 4-10. Liz Duffy Chris Chenard, Katie Inskeep Kelly Comerford Kelli Anderson First Row: (L-R) Elaine Le Brun, Anne Dufresne, Linda Shottes, Kelly Comerford, Maureen Dowe, Jill Collins, Second Row: Cathy Shottes, Chris Chenard, Lisa Moro, Cathy Bradley, Andrea Matchett, Allison McCabe, Mary Beth Harrington, Kerri Whipple, Kelli Anderson, Katie Inskeep. Third Row: Mary Kate Barry, Frank Amato (Coach), Doreen DeNitto, Rosalie Marquez, Carolyn Duffy, Lisa LaRochelle, Cathy Rossiter, Jenny Wright, Liz Duffy, Laura Galper, Margaret Sullivan (manager), Merril Sheppherd. oapstevs 11-9 The Girls’ Varsity Basketball team, coached by Mr. Parker, ended the season with a better-than-average record of 11 wins and 9 losses. The young team, paced by Sue Breen, Jean Bushnell and Kris Uttley, has definite potential and power. With the return of many of the players, the team can look forward to continued success in the future. Karen Lagana Karen Keegan Lori Lebrun Kris Uttley First Row (L-R): Mary Beth Gordon, Marta Stig- lin, Karen Keegan, Lori Lebrun, Carolyn Guiffrida, Agnes Bernal. Second Row; Jean Bushnell, Sue Breen, Karen Lagana, Kris Uttley, Donna Lagana, Carol Bushnell, Coach Parker. f . A 173 place The North Andover High School Girls’ J.V. basketball team finished the season with a re¬ spectable 11-7 record, good enough for third place in the Cape Ann League. The team, directed by Coach Par¬ ent, had fine perfor¬ mances from Donna Laga- na, Co-Captains Liz Duf¬ fy and Debbie Furneaux, and Joan Bushnell. First Row (L-R): Donna Lagana, Danielle Dixon, Joan Bushnell, Liz Duffy, Debbie Furneaux, Kris Pascucci, Katie ‘ Walsh, Nancy Erban. Second Row: Janet Nadeau, Maureen Smith, Patty Stone, Peggy Driscoll, Jen Holt, Tricia i Blackstock, Lisa Benincasa, Julie Hayes, Becky Leighton, Kris Noble, Lisa Bazarian, Coach Parent. xtti First Row (L-R): Chris Strobel, John Rohde. Second Row: Tim Walsh, Pete Sullivan, Chuck Steinbrecker, Bob Donnelly, Bob Ferdette, Coach Humphreys, Chris Geggis, Derek Studemeir, Kamal Asar, Jeff Smeltzer, Tim Labelle, Steve McElroy. A combination of athletic skills and su¬ perior teamwork was the key to the Scarlet Knight Junior Varsi¬ ty Basketball team and their winning ways. Coach Hum¬ phrey’s squad was led by Captains Chris Strobel and John Rohde, Chris Greggis and Rob Fredette. l I 175 " txnnxhxn anb Highly-ranked North Andover Varsity Basketball team placed a healthy second in the Cape Ann League and qualified for the state tournament. This year’s squad, coached by Mr. Licare, posted a final regu¬ lar season record of 14-4. With their lengen- dary defense, the Knights were able to crush most of their opponents handily. Mark Bernardin, Dick Reese and Chris Rohde led the fine team. Dick Reese, Chris Rohde 176 Dick Reese, Chris Rohde, John Chaput, Mark Bernardin. Time out First Row (L-R): Dick Reese, Mark Bemardin. Second Row: Joe Basin, John Kronenwetter, Dave Blackstock, Steve Todd, Chris Rohde, Coach Licare, Jim Testa, Ron Asselin, John Chaput, John McElroy, Bob Kilcoyne. 177 »»r« I, The North Andover High School Gymnastic team compiled a flaw¬ less record of 10 wins and no de¬ feats this season. Under the watchful eye of Coaches Munroe and Shattuck, the locals per¬ formed consistantly well at every meet. Katie Beattie, Janet Maur¬ er, Lori Torbin and Donna Henry all excelled throughout the season. First Row; (L-R) Katie Beattie, Sharon Gioia. Second Row: Debbie D’Antonio, Mary Driscoll, Paula Galvangna, Tricia Foulds, Helen Steinbrecker, Janet Maurer, Donna Henry. Third Row: Mr. Shattuck, Sue Rennie, Kathy Gioia, Sherril Cheevers, Laurie Tobin, Elaine LeBrun, Missy Frul- la, Kathy Murphy, Doreen DeNitto, Mrs. Monroe. ‘©alenteh tumblers Paula Galvagna Katie Beattie Kathy Gioia Doreen DeNitto 179 Successful katcrs The North Andover Scarlet Knights’ hockey team had an intense and exciting season this year. The remarkable team, led by Coach Logue, posted a final record of 14 wins and 3 losses. This is the best record ever for the skaters and they qualified for post-season tournament play. X 180 First Row: (L-R) Mr. DeGregoria, Peter Heinze, Rich Querici, Mark Bouchard, Ken Long, Craig Cheevers, Mike McMahon, Dan McConaghy, Greg Blezinski. Second Row: Coach McDonald, Andy Heinze, Jim Norwood, Alan Longton, Mike Dunlop, John Ronan, Andy Crittenden, Bill Herrmann, Mike Barrett, Jeff Blezinski, Dave Dockrey, Coach Logue. 181 The North Andover Ski Team posted a fair season total of 3-13. Although they ran into some rough competition, the team per¬ formed very well. Among the outstanding skiiers were Harald Eliassen, Jim lannazzi and Kathy Muldoon. Devrie Lafreniere First Row (L-R): Chuck Dunn, Glen Wyllie, Sean Henry, Tim Corcoran, Shawn Healy, Walter Northam, John Corcor¬ an, John Osgood, Eric Tobin. Second Row: Mr. Kappotis, Mr. Santalars- ci. Rich Stratton, Sal Testa, Bill Miekle, Jim lannazzi, Harold Eliassen, Mike DeNitto, Jim Hannon, Greg Bat- tersky, John Nassar, Steve Carney, Pat McHale, Steve Margraff, Mr. Marchegiani. 182 Harald Eliassen, Jim lanazzi First Row (L-R): Kim Perna, Karen Walmsley, Devrie Lafreniere, Kathy McCarthy, Debbie Lally, Patricia Corcoran, Mary Beth Dellellis, No- reen Deerman, Mary Corcoran. Second Row: Sue McGrath, Rosalyn Cavallaro, Mary Com- eau, Laurie Messina, Erin Muldoon, Timra Carlson, Amy Stern, Kim Greenwood, Kelrry Cor¬ coran, Sheila Haley. Third Row: Mr. Kappo- tis, Danielle Langevin, Cheryl Bellafetto, Kathy Muldoon, Cheryl Cheev- ers, Cherie Lafreniere, Margaret Helfrich, Di¬ anna Cavallaro, Lisa La- Scola, Ginny Curren, Christine Alvarez, Jill Collins, Mr. Marche- giani. Fourth Row: Mr. Santarlarsci. 183 Jtamanhs a Citrl’s est xxtnb The softball team under the expert coaching of Mr. Edward Keisling had an excellent season. The co-captains, Debbie Gosselin and Gerri Licciardi added a great deal of support to their team both in their performances on the field and their general enthusiasm. Outstanding players were Lori Le Brun, Karen Lagana and Carolyn Guiffrida. Karen Lagana Diana Lustenburger The Bench First Row (L-R) Kathy Riordan, Lori LeBrun, Karen Lagana, Sue Montenaro, Diana Lus¬ tenburger. Second Row: Caroline Guiffrida, Jane Morkeski, Karen Keegan, Kathy Herr¬ mann, Shannon Snell, Julie Wells. ' i Wtjim f f IjL JU fcFri 184 Karen Lagana, John Keisling Kathy Riordan, Chris Scalet, Lori LeBrun Jane Morkeski Diana Lustenburger Coach Keisling W ops Captains Mike Valentino and Ken Long lead the base¬ ball team to a Smashing season. Returning Coach Strobel conditioned the team into the best it’s ever had. With the talent from the J.V. baseball team, our varsity baseball team will continue to excel. Dan Roche Coach Strobel First Row: (L-R) Joe Basin, Mike Bra¬ ga, Dick Reese, Ken Dillman, Mike Valentino, T.J. Conte, Dan Roche. Second. Row: Dave Blackstock, John Skiba, Peter Heinze, Bill Marcotte, Rico Dion, Michael Walsh, Wayne Stearns. 186 Ken Dillman (L-R) John Skiba, Dick Reese, Ken Dillman, Mike Valentino, Dan Roche Dan Roche Dick Reese 187 ' tcatb-bvznkin The North Andover Scarlet Knight Wrestling team established a phenomen¬ al record of 106 unbeaten matches in a row this year, the current state record. Under the direction of Coach Crozier, the team once again remained unde¬ feated in Cape Ann League competition. Captain Dave Camire, Gerry Burt and Rich Testa fared exceptionally well. Dave Camire 1st Row (L-R) Mr. Crozier, John Keller, Joe Whitmore, E.J. Foulds, Dave Camire, John Shields, Gerry Burt, Jack Walczak, Kurt Tobin. 2nd Row: Matt Donovan, Bob Farrell, Rich Testa, Andy Dobson, George Nussbaum, Mike Wald, Pat Rorke, Barry Colella, Gary Gallant, Mark Brucato. 3rd Row: Mark Gelardares, Steve McKay, Dan McCal- legat, Keith McManus, A.J. Jackson. 4th Row: Jeff Doherty, Dave Salios, Mike Anderson, Gene Salois, Sean Randall, Mike Hughes. Andy Dobson E.J. Foulds 188 •masl mg Reason The Varsity Boy’s Track team, led by captains Kurt Frulla and Dave Camirer, had a smashing season this year. With such talented athletes as Brian Moody, Will Duffy and John Chaput, the team sprinted into the top of the Cape Ann League. 190 Mark Hamilton Bob Kilcoyne ' • -v... John Chaput First Row (L-R): Wayne Cormey, Bob Bouchard, Joe Frassica, Dvae Tannert, Davr Quintal, Jim Sweeney, John McMahon, Bob Lambert, Peter Capobianco, Will Duffy. Second Row: Coach Welch, Chris McLaughlin, John Schultz, Rich Testa, Steve Cormey, Kevin Rossiter, Joe McDonald, Paul McDonald, Vinny Cottone, Mr. Sheehan. Third Row: E.J. Foulds, John Otis, Dave Lewis, Bill Sullivan, Brian Kilcoyne, Tom Bergstrom, Jim Fragala, Dave Camire, Brian Moody. Fourth Row: Kevin Langlois, Bob Kilcoyne, Jim Watson, Mark Hamilton, Dan Rorke, Michael Fay, Phil D’Anto- nio, Jim Titus. Fifth Row: Tim Dunigam, Bob Con¬ nor, Tom Sybert, Kurt Frulla, Brian Foulds, Frank Killilea, John Chaput. Sixth Row: Peter Molander, Jeff Stewart, Ken Blood, Pat Rorke, Bobby Mukerjee. Jim Watson Kevin Langlois Kevin Langlois, Kurt Frulla Brian Moody 191 Successful JRuuucrs This year, Mr. Sheehan supervised the North Andover Girls’ Track team. The team had an extremely impressive season, particularly in the running competi¬ tions. The co-captains, Cathy Nugent and Danielle Langevin were aided by teammates Julie Schapker, Elizabeth Fragala and Jill Norwood. Team Spirit Jayne Walsh First Row (L-R): Suzanne McDonald, Ellen DeNuncio, Shirley McGuire, Marianne Chaput, Brenda Young, Anke Muffel- mann, Ellen Till, Kathy Gioseffi, Kim Davis, Marylou Caron, Danielle Langevin, Julie Schapker, Carma Rorke. Second Row: Coach Korb, Mary Molander, Dawn Porter, Stacy Davis, Marybeth Delellis, Julie Otis, Erin Muldoon, Debbie Lally, Rosalie Marquez, Joanne Brouder, Leslie Miles, Jill Norwood, Mrs. Parent (coach). Third Row: Becky Leighton, Maureen Walsh, Heidi Wefers, Vicki Anderson, Liz Fragala, Mary Jo Rowen, Patti Clark, Maureen Scanlon, Doreen DeNitto, Leslie Kulpins- 192 ki, Janet Nadeau. Fourth Row: Lisa Benincasa, Marybeth Harrington, Sherrie Lascola, Ann Fillback, Lisa Forgetta, Kim Burton, Lisa Pimpis, Kathy Murphy, Nancy Sullivan, Cathy Nugent, Mariel Hagan, Sue Breen, Jayne Walsh. Marylou Caron Ellen Till, Julie Schapker, Doreen DeNitto. Lisa Benincasa, Doreen DeNitto, Kathy Murphy. Patti Clark. 193 •■ii ' ' tiiii The North Andover Girls’ Tennis Team, coached by Miss Peck, is expected to top last year’s superb performance. The team, led by Dolly Hiller, Lauren O’Donnell and Alice Peck, have high hopes for a winning spring season. Lauren O’Donnell First Row (L-R): Patti Peck, Kim Patterson, Joanna Haigney, Lisa Doerr, Sandy Hall, Liz Duffy. Second Row: Donna Kozemchek, Karen Demers, Marty Quinlan, Monica Mar¬ quez, Adrienne Brucato, Alice Peck, Julie Hayes. Third Row: Lauren O’Donnell, Dolly Hiller Donna Kozemchek, Karen Demers, Monica Marquez, Sandy Hall Laurie Pangione Joanna Haigney First Row (L-R): Ed Peck, Keith McManus, Dan Devlin. Second Row; Dan Warner, Anthony Galvangna, Mike Hurley, Mr. Young. The North Andover Boys’ Tennis team, under the direction of Coach Young, is looking forward to a success¬ ful year. Returning raquetmen ex¬ pected to perform well include Ed Peck, Dainel Devlin and sophmore David Mod¬ igliani. Ed Peck 195 heevltRbtvs Olct cr 11 Being a cheerleader takes hard work, determination and tremendous energy. The cheerleaders cheer year-round at football, soccer, basketball and hockey games. They also participate in many school functions such as pep rallies. Coached by Miss Albrecht and Miss Cadorette, our cheer¬ leading squads compete in regional competitions twice a year. First Row (L-R): Sue Blackwell, Paula Lawson, Julie Leonard, Melissa D’Antonio, Ellen Slipp, Ellen Howard, Cindy Nastasia. Second Row: Mrs. Lee, Margo Roy, Beth Stonecipher, Kathy Quinlan, Lisa Novelline, Sally Ditenhafer, Betsy Gillen, Tasha Bilodeau. 196 First Row(L-R): Janet White. 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Caron 30 Main Street North Andover, Mass. 219 To the graduates of ’ 82 , Western Electric wishes the graduates of this year’s class at North Andover High School the best of luck in your future endeavors. Influencing your success will be the well-deserved sense of accomplishment and memories of your high school years. Congratulations! Western Electric Merrimack Valley Works North Andover An Equal Opportunity Employer 1 220 Furniture Barn COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DESIGN SERVICE " Jet. RIt. 114 • 125, North Andover, Mat t. 01M5 All tltliiiii.Vlleii (liillen’ Congratulations to the Class of ’82 Forgetta’s Flowers North Andover, MA. Telephone 682-3885 • 357 North Main Street, Andover, MA 01810 • 457-0627 • • 114 Winthrop Avenue, North Andover, MA 01845 • 687-9432 • 221 nnmes Bottoms up! Come and get me! Who says freshmen aren’t mature?? t. if 222 Why do I get a spinetingling sensation during warmups?? See what happens when you skip gym ... 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