North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)
- Class of 1985
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OF 1985 THE KNIGHT THE YEAR IN REVIEW There is no union here of heart that finds not here an end 2 HI “Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors.” 5 The less of routine, the more of life. ! ■n 7 Life is a series of surprises, and would not be worth taking or keeping if it were not. 9 All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make, the better. 10 ' - w 11 We do not remember days. We remember Moments Dan McKallagat Andrea Norwood Dawna Zajac Kerry Corcoran Steve Cyr Lisa Lascola Jane Turner t Ginny Curren Cindi Esselstrom Mark Sturgis, Jim Sturgis Kathy McGuire Andy Heinze Dayna Wilson Frank Sean Kennealy Dee Dee Boulanger Sheila Long Sue Becotte Sam Rutherford Michelle Trombly Inga Larson Sal Testa Kristen Swenson Dave Mark Dockray Dan Murphy r _• nr_ 13 Life is real! Life is earnest. In life as in a football game, the principle to follow is: Hit the line hard 17 m S.A.T.’s COLLEGE APPLICATIONS THE PROM GRADUATION FIELD DAY FOOTBALL SOCCER BASKETBALL SPEECH TEAM YEARBOOK BASEBALL FIDDLER ON THE ROOF HOMECOMING 19 LANCE T. ADIE KIMBERLY ADKINS DAVID E. ALAKEL FRANCES ALECI 20 MARY JO BARRY 21 SUSAN M. BECOTTE ERIK J. BENSON RICHARD P. BLINN LUCIE BELANGER CHERYL M. BELLOFATTO PAUL J. BERNARDIN DANIELLE BOULANGER 22 am DAVID T. BRAGA KRISTEN M. BRANCA PATRICIA A. BRYAN KRISTINE BROWN TRANG N. BOREY BONNIE B. BRUCE CAROLYN S. BUCSI 23 Kim JOAN BUSHNELL PATRICK J. CARANO MICHAEL P. CASALE SHERRIL A. CHEEVERS WILLIAM J. CHADWICK 24 JOHN G. CHOPAS JILL B. COLLINS PATRICK CONNOLLY CHRISTOPHER J. CONWAY KIM FANO MICHELLE CORMIER MARK D. COTTONE 25 STEVEN A. CURREN VIRGINIA CURREN JAMES A. COUPE ANNE-MARIE CRONIN SHEILA H. CRUICKSHANK 26 DANIEL P. CYR HOURY DAGHLIAN DEBORAH A. D’ ANTONIO STEPHEN CYR NOREEN L. DEARMAN KATHLEEN M. DEGNAN 27 28 MAUREEN DOWE MARGARET E. DRISCOLL CAROLYN J. DUFFY ELEANOR M. DUFRESNE DAVID M. EMERICK CHARLES A. DUNN KATIE DEGNAN NANCY T. ERBAN 29 ■■■ ANDREA L. FORGETTA PETER FRAGALA LYNDA M. FANN JOLANDER G. FERGUSON mm CYNTHIA K. ESSELSTROM DAVID A. FAY LAURA E. FILLBACK 30 THOMAS FRAGALA MELISSA A. FRULLA EDWARD M. FYFE DENISE M. GRAY PETER C. GULEZIAN JAMES E. GURRY JEFFREY E. HAJJAR SHEILA A. HALEY ERIC J. HAMBLET MICHELLE L. HAMILTON MICHELLE M. HARTLEY NEIL J. HAMEL 32 33 NANCY IPPOLITO GREGOIRE KASPRZAK MICHAEL A. HUGHES MICHAEL KEEGAN CHERYL A. KEEN 34 TAMARA A. KEHRIG MICHAEL P. KELLHER FRANCIS J. KENNEALLY MARY P. KNOWLTON KRISTIN KOCHANCZYK 35 PATRICIA A. LAGASSE PETER R. LAHAYE INGA C. LARSON JONATHAN A. LEAVITT KIMBERLY J. LEIGHTON DEENA LEWIS PETER T. LUNDGREN SHEILA K. LONG JENNIFER L. LOYALL ROBERT M. LYNCH KIM A. LAWRENCE MICHELLE HARTLEY 37 r MARIBETH LYONS JOHN R. MAHONEY STEPHEN P. MANNING KAREN S. MacKAY STEVEN J. MARCHAND PAUL S. MARCHESE ROBERT A. MARCONI .38 ALLISON McCABE KELLY ANN MARTIN JOAN E. MAURER ANDREA M. McDONALD SUSAN McGRATH STEVEN P. McKAY LAURIE ANN MELILLO DEANNA M. MELUCCI ROSEMARY P. MINASIAN 40 STEPHEN C. MORIN 41 SCOTT E. NADEAU KRISTINE B. NOBLE APRIL MORRISSEY KEVIN W. MURPHY BRIAN NOVELLINE VICTORIA S. MORROW DANIEL J. MURPHY 42 GEORGE J. NUSSBAUM MARY M. O’DONNELL MICHAEL NUTTER LISA G. PALMISANO DONNA PARIS JOHN PARIS KRISTEN A. PASCUCCI THERESA PELUSO 43 wm LISA J. PICKARD JANICE V. PIERCE RALPH D. POWELL LISA C. PRUCHANSKY PAUL W. QUINTAL 44 MARC A. RANDO CHRISTOPHER J. REDMAN KELLIE A. REGAN JOHN R. RICHTER 45 CHRISTINE M. ROBINSON CATHLEEN E. ROSSITER HEATHER J. ROWELL ALAN ROSENBAUM CHRISTOPHER G. ROWEN RICHARD M. ROZZI BARRIE-JANE RUMACK 46 SAMANTHA L. RUTHERFORD TIMOTHY J. SCANLON BONNIE SEABLOM WILLIAM RYAN SCOTT M. SHADHAUSER RUSSELL SEGUIN PAMELA SCHWARTZ LISA PRUCHANSKY 47 JODI SHEA THOMAS SHEEHAN ROBERT W. SKIBA KAREN SLIPKOWSKY MAUREEN SMITH PAMELA J. SMITH RICHARD A. STRATTON DONNA-MARIE SULLIVAN SUSAN E. SPILLMAN DERRICK L. STOUDEMIRE DEBORAH E. STROBEL ANDREA M. SULLIVAN 49 STEVEN E. SWINIARSKI KRISTEN K. SWENSON GARY L. SWANSON STEPHEN J. TAHAN SALVATORE TESTA 50 m « I r JAMES L. TREVESAN MICHELLE TROMBLEY JANE C. TURNER MICHAEL WALD DEAN M. VELARDOCCHIA MICHAEL J. WALDREP KRISTINE J. UTTLEY 51 LISA M. WHARTON KERI A. WHIPPLE LAURA WHITE m . DAYNA P. WILSON KERRY CORCORAN SANDRA WHITMORE 52 AMY E. WRIGHT MICHELLE A YOUNG DAWNA M. ZAJAC 53 GLENN P. WYLLIE JON LEAVITT, PETER LUNDGREN MICHELE P. ZALINSKY LESLIE L. ZOLLA Camera Shy Dean DeLuca Kimberly Gerrish Jason Houghton Kimberly Fano Christophe LeMauk John McClellan Ara Majarian Marcus Meyer Sima Majarian Malini Narayanan Andrea Norwood Jan Novak Brian Pearson Daniel Richard Stephen Risacher Michael Schimmoeller Frank Schodder Michael Slipp Katherine Smith Diane Splendore Mark Sturgis 54 Dee Dee Baulanger — Vice President Katie Degnan — President S " I 1 Sal Testa — Secretary Treasurer Thank You 56 Mr. Michael Schena In Memoriam: James R. Fulks, Jr. Feb. 28, 1967 — July 10, 1984 The tide recedes but leaves behind bright seashells on the sand, The sun goes down, but gentle warmth still lingers on the land, The music stops, and yet it echoes on in sweet refrain .. . For every joy that passes, something beautiful remains. M.D. Hughes 57 ABEL, CHRISTOPHER R., “Abes”, 262 Boston St., Baseball; Football; Haffner’s. ADIE, LANCE TOBEY, “Tobe”, 22 Boxford St„ Football 1,2,3,4; Class Repl; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Rockingham Park; MEMORY: Parties at my house, Hill parties, Egg Fight, Clan parties at beach, Should have stayed Halloween night Dave. ADKINS, KIMBERLY, “Kim” “tall Green Frog”, Community of Joy 1,2; Girl Scouts 1,2,3 (pres.); Band 2,3,4 (lib); McDonald s; MEMORY: AMCO and the bio project. AU KEL, DAVID, 3 Walker Rd. Apt. 9, Basketball 1,2; Baseball 12,; Messina’s; MEMORY: The Prom. ALECI, FRANCIS M„ “Fran”, 643 Turnpike St., McLay’s Florist; MEMORY: Outside smoking area, lunch on the hill. ALEXANDER, LESLIE A., “Lez”, 196 Cotuit St., Softball 1,2; Gymnastics 1; Demoulas; MEMORY: Upstaris orange B. — lunch time Smoking Area. ANDERSON, MICHAEL S., “Clevis”, 70 Candlestick Rd., Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Lawrence General Hospital; MEMORY: Having Mr. Sanford for 4 years of homeroom. ASPINALL, CATHY, “Cathy”, 33a Francis St., Messina’s. BAGLEY, PATRICK, “Pat”, 262 Andover St., Track 2,3; cross Country 3,4; MEMORY: Mr. Towle’s biology class. BARRY, MARY J., “M.J.”, 66 Rock Rd., Drama 1,2; Pep Rally 3,4; Demoulas; MEMORY: Upstairs orange B. — lunchtime smoking area. BECOTTE, SUSAN, “Sue”, 136 Hillside Rd., Squite 1,2; Track 2; Yearbook 4; A.F.S. 4; McDonalds; MEMORY: The F.B. BELANGER, LUCIE, “Pigeon”, 9 Lincoln St., MEMORY: Going into Mr. Spada- fore’s class with no points. BELLOFATTO, CHERYL, “Cheree”, 50 Famum St., Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Pep Rally 2,3,4; Chorus 4; MEMORY: Hill parties — night in the pj’s — FiBeta Frullas — the Go Go’s — Holy Cross — Summer ’84 — Theresa, Susan, Janet, Caroline and Laura. BENSON, ERIK, “Bear”, 11 Walkner Rd., Football 1,2; Boston Hills; MEMORY: Mad screamer’s Christmas special. BERESFORD, PETER S., “Pete”, 139 Green St., Spyro’s Restaurant. BERNARDIN. PAUL J„ “Doma, Nards”, 459 Salem St., Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3; Playground Instructor; MEMORY: I forget. BLINN, RICHARD, “Gumby”, 25 Edgelawn Ave., Basketball; Baseball; Pep Rally; Rockingham Park; MEMORY: Bill Moeckel’s shot with 1 second left. BOREY, TRANG N., “Marcy” — (from the Peanuts cartoon), 207 Winter St., A.F.s. 3,4; Nat’l Honor Society 2,3,4; Literary Magazine 3,4; Tutor Underclassmen 1,4; M.E.S.A. 1; Future Medical Worker 2; Yearbook 3,4 (chief editor); MEMORY: My locker Mr. Towle’s Adv. Biology Lab with my lab partners! Where’s Nancy Jen? BOULANGER, DANIELLE D., “Dee Dee”, 22 Appledore Ln., Vice Pres, of Class 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2; Chorus 2 (librarian), 3 (president) 4; Drama 1,4; Pep Rally 2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Squire 1,2,3,4; The Shoe Trap; MEMORY: One summer night up at Hampton Beach — (even though Jeri wasn’t there — but she should have been)!!! Running all through N.Y.C. in the rain with Sal Testa even though I wouldn’t go to 42nd Street!!! and one night in N.A.P.D. with Donna and Buski!!! BRAGA, DAVID, “Choppa, Porky, Blutarski”, 37 Columbia Rd., Football 1,2,3,4; (captain); Weight Lifting Team 1,2,3,4 (captain); Track 1,2,3,4; Rockingham Park; MEMORY: Waking up at one in the morning with a phone call asking. “Do you know where Jeff is?” or “Hi, This is Joseph Skiba, Do you know where Rob or Chris are?” BRANCA, KRISTEN, “Kris”, 214 Sutton Hill Rd., Friendly’s; MEMORY: Allie. BROWN, KRISTINE L., “Krissy”, 29 Edmands Rd., Stevens Nursing Home; MEMORY: The upstairs orange b. BRUCE, BONNIE, “Bonnie, Boo-Boo”, 12 Gilbert St., Football Mgr.; Russ Tread¬ well’s; MEMORY: Up the hill. BRUNO, JOSEPH, “Bruno”, 5 Emerson Ct., Wrestling; Baseball: The Den. BRYAN, PATRICIA, “Patty”, 28 Cabot Rd., Yearbook 4; Student Advisory 4; Student Council 3,4; Pep Rally 4; McDonalds: MEMORY: Parties with Jodi, Rosie, Kim, Billy, Jean and Heather, THANKS GUYS!! BUSCI, CAROLYN S., “Buski-woman”, 125 Sawmill Rd., Chorus; Select Choir, MEMORY: Locked in a stairwell 9:30 at night after Pep Rally. BUSHNELL, JOAN M., “Bush”, 41 Carty Circle, Softball; Basketball; Treadwell’s. CALLAGHAN, JEFF, “Oil-can”, 74 E. Water, Baseball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2; CALZETTA, ANGELA, “Ang”, 559 Johnson St., Ka-’s MEMORY: Eric’s Valentine Day Party. CARANO, PATRICK J., 200 Coachman’s Lane, Football; Riley’s CASALE, MICHEAL P„ “Alvis”, 84 Moody St., Football. CHADWICK, WILLIAM, 81 Prescott St., Treadwell’s. CHEEVERS, SHERRIL, “Bear” 59 Penni Lane, Field-Hockey manager 1; Gym¬ nastics 1,2; Softball 1,2; Cheerleading 3: Osco: MEMORY: wipe-out Wanda, fuzzy duck at the beach, Ft. Lauderdale. 58 Most Athletic: Andy Heinze and Kristine Uttley Nicest Smile: Davis Alois and Peggy Driscoll COLLINS, JILL, “Wanda”, 44 Union St., Field-Hockey 2,3; Softball 1,2,3; Ski Team 1,2,3,4: Lawton’s: MEMORY: Frog was foaming at the mouth, Jani looked like an avacado pit, Moe looked like a cougar and we all did the fonzie. CONNOLLY, PATRICK, “Splat”, 99 Blueberry Lane, Soccer 1,2,3,4 (capt.); Merrimack College: MEMORY: Police raid on Ingall’s St. -CONWAY, CHRISTOPHER J„ “Chrds”, 19 Francis St., Bradlee’s. CORCORAN, KERRY-JO, “Keh”, 46 Russet Lane, Cross-country 1; Ski Team ,1,2,3,4; Track 2,4; Carvel: MEMORY: Bendover, Gilligan’s Island with Matt. CORMIER, MICHELLE, 10 Ardmore CT., DeMoulas: MEMORY: Kurt Pacy. COTTONE, MARK, 1062 Salem St., Convenient Food Mart. COUPE, JAMES A., “Coupe-a-dos”, 220 Forest St., J.A. 3; Soccer 1,2; Pep Rally 4; Speech Club 4; Computer Club 2; Friendly’s: MEMORY: Tom and Joel lost in all directions in Maine, while the Tijuana Crew and Moxie two pull into a pit stop in ‘ Andover ... searching ... we have a chance. CRONIN, ANNE-MARIE, “Amco”, Colorguard 1; Band 2,3,4; Community of Joy 1,2,3,4; Sears: MEMORY: Biology project with Kim freshman year and Chinese ; firedrills at midnight. 1CRUICKSHANK, SHEILA M., “Squela”, 49 Bradstreet Rd., Drama Club 1,2; Speech Team 3; Cabaret Night 3; Chorus 2,3,4: Jordan Marsh: MEMORY: A frantic Mrs. Maloney and the plays and the Millpond incident. CURREN, VIRGINIA, “Ginny”, 119 Chandwick St„ Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Ski-Team 1,2,3,4; Butcher Boy. CYR, DANIEL P, “Fred”, 38 Second St., Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,4; Hockey 2,4; Markey’s Lobster Poool: MEMORY: The day George Nussbaum fell in the Shawsheen River. CYR, STEPHEN, “Buddha”, 895 Salem St.: MEMORY: Leaving for summer vacation last June. DAHGLIAN, HOURY, “Dags”, 1440 Salem St.; MEMORY: Latin class with puella Yo-Ferguson; “Jo Bowl” with Yo, Cin and Egg-salad. D’ANTONIO, DEORAH, “Scooby”, 1155 Salem St., Gymnastics 1,3; Cheering 2: Steven’s Nursing Home: MEMORY: S.D. and upstairs orange B. DEARMAN, NOREEN L., “Bean”, 417 Marbleridge Rd., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4: MEMORY: When Keri got stick in her hood in Mr. Towle’s Bio. class. DEGNAN, KATHLEEN MARY-JOY “I”, 543 Mass Ave., Class Pres. 1,2,4 Student Advisory Committee member 3; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Squire 1,2; Field-Hockey 1 (co-capt.), 2,3; Softball 1,2,4; Cheerleader 3; Varsity Hockey Manager 4; Pep Rally 4; Drama Club 4.: “Deggy”: MEMORY: “winter nights’’on Bubba Lane, summer “nights” at Hampton, fall “nights” at Cheevers, and spring “nights” in Florida. DEJONGH, VALERIES., “Mai”, 10 Walker Rd., Track 3;; McDonalds; MEMORY: Salisbury INN Motel; H.C.; We Won! Bippy. DeLUCA, DEAN D., “Dean”, 30 Femview Ave., Skiing 1,2,3,4; Football 1.2; Soccer 1; Track 2: MEMORY: I’d like to thank Mrs. Orga for her extensive tutoring during my Jr. Sr. year. DENTON, LYN, 72 Saunders St., Butcher Boy: MEMORY: New Years, 1984. DICHIARA, NICHOLAS, 68 E. Water St, Football 1.2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4 Messi¬ na’s Market. DIXON, DANIELLE, “Dix”, 8 Emerson Ct„ Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3 (capt), 4 (capt.), Treadwell’s. DOBSON, ANDREW JOSEPH, “Diba”, 33 Davis St., Track; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Markey’s Lobster Pool — kitchen: MEMORY: When George Nussbaum fell in the Shawsheen River. DOCKRAY, DAVID, “Doc”, 134 Coachmans Lane, Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3: MEMORY: The night Chris Skiba met the Avon lady. DORSEY, STEVE C., “Dorse”, 40 Granville Lane, Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3. DOWE, MAUREEN, “Mo”, 250 Middlesex St., Soccer 1; Field Hockey 2,3,4 (Ca) Softball 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2: Osco Drug: MEMORY: EM’s with J.N., the beach nights and all the other nights with The Frog and the rest of the chowders. DRISCOLL, MARGARET E„ “Peggy”, 379 Boxford St., Basketball 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4: McDonalds: MEMORY: Frank. DUFFY, CAROLYN J., 22 Timber Lane, Student Council 1,2,3,4 (pres.); Sec- Treasurer of class 1,2; Soccer 1,2,3,4 (tri-capt.); Tennis 1,2,3; Speech 2,3,4; MEMORY: Friendly’s with Sue Lynda. DUFRESNE, ELEANOR, “El”, 23 Adams Ave., Pep Rally 4; Band 1,2; Drama 1; Chairman 2,4; Yearbook 2,3,4 (editor); Prom Committee 3,4: Friendly’s and U.S.A.R.: MEMORY: John in Denise’s clothes, the morning after North Adam’s State. DUNN, CHARLES, “Bunky”, 555 Boston St., Track 1,3; Football 2; Ski Team 1: McLay’s Florists. EMRICK, DAVID, “Dave”, 373 Raleigh Tavern Lane, Track 1,3,4: Lawrence airport. 59 Done most for N.A.H.S.: Sal Testa and Katie Degnan ERBAN, NANCY T., “Smurf”, 1 Faulkner Rd., Field Hockey 1,2,3 (captain) 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4 (pres.); Squire 2,3,4; Yearbook 1,2,3; Speech Team 2; Pep Rally 4; Marching and Concert Band 1; Nat’l Honor Society 2,3,4; Lemers; MEMORY: We won! U-2 Concert. Who’s too old? Eric — How’s your ear? Brian — party at your house? FANN, LYNDA, “Ming”, 20 Lisa Ln., Field Hockey 1,2,3 (captain) 4; Basketball Mgr. 1,2,3,4; Literary Magazine 3,4; Math Team 1,2,3,4; Walden Books; MEM¬ ORY: Winning a field hockey game!!! FAY, DAVID A., “Dave”, 163 Summer St., Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Haffner’s. FERGUSON, YOLANDA, “Yo”, 136 Raleigh Tavern Ln., Literary Magazine 3,4; Speech Team 2,3; Liberary Aide 3; Rainbow 2,3,4; MEMORY: Turning around the corner in the road to see Steinbeck amidst the trees. FILLBACK, LAURA, 92 Kingston St., Yearbook 2,3,4; Squire 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Pep Rally 4; Play 4; Lit. Magazine 4; Liss Discount Clothing; FORGETTA, ANDREA, 3 Trinity Courth, Track 1,2,3,4; MEMORY: Throwing a javelin through someone’s empty sneaker. FRAGALA, PETER A., “Frag”, 1 Dana St., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Comput¬ er Club 2 (President), 3; Latin Honor Society; Showcase. FRAGALA, THOMAS F., “Frags”, 1 Dana St., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 2 (Treasurer), 3,4; Latin Honor Society 2,3,4; Showcase. FRULLA. MELISSA A., “Missy”, 46 Stonington St., Gymnastics 1; Track; Mes¬ sina’s; MEMORY: Prom night with David Modigliani. FYFE, EDWARD M., “Ed”, 52 Lisa Ln., Computer Club; MEMORY: Going camp¬ ing in New Hampshire. GALVAGNA, PAULA, “Paula-gal”, 664 Salem St., Gymnastics 1,2,3; Tennis 1; Softball 2; Yearbook 4; Pep Rally 4; McDonalds; MEMORY: Candlelight dinner of Spring ’84. GAUDET, JAMES R., 332 Campbell Rd., Stage Crew; McDonald’s; MEMORY Meeting my girlfriend Paula Brightman 2 and V 2 years ago!!! GORDON, WILLIAM F„ “Bill”, 104 Milk St., Basketball 1,2,3,4; J.A. 3; Sword and Shield; MEMORY: Bill Moeckel’s last second shot against Burlington. GOSSELIN, JANET, “Jani”, 56 Patriot St., Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (captain); Softball 1,2,3; Birch Super Drug; MEMORY: New Year’s EVE. GRAY, DENISE M., “Odie, Niecy”, 85 Maple Ave., Squire 3; Yearbook; A.V. 2; C.V.S.; MEMORY: Jim — Junior Year. GREENWOOD, KIMBERLY A., “Kimmy, Spaceshot”, 350 Osgood St., Yearbook 1; Squire 2,3; Track 1,2; Cross Country 1; Photo Club 2; Ski Team 1,2; Karate 3,4; MEMORY: This summer working at Canobie with all its water and food fights. GULEZIAN, PETER C., “Gul”, 240 Famum St., Demoulas; MEMORY: Mrs. Hajec’s “wild” chemistry class. HAJJAR, JEFF, “Hajj”, 3 Linden Ave., Golf 2,3; Haffner’s; MEMORY: 2:10 p.m. HALEY, SHELIA A., “Shells”, 273 Rea St., Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Pep Rally 4; Drama Club 2,4; Yearbook 4; Soccer 3,4; Edgewood Farm; MEMORY: Mike W. Party (Pierre) Michele Z. Party — Ski Team. HAMBLET, ERIC J., “Fuzz”, 137 Salem St., Cross-Country 1,2,3 4 (Captain); Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain); MEMORY: The Nov’s wild parties and Boston trip in the Wamshius mobile. HAMEL, NEIL J., 591 Turnpike St., Countryside Office, Rt. 114; “Squeak”. HAMILTON, MICHELLE L., 310 Berry St., Squire 2,4; Yearbook 1,2; Stacy’s; MEMORY: The summer of ’84. HARTLEY, MICHELLE M., 370 Forest St., Soccer (goalie). HEINZE, ANDREW C., “Andre”, 1 Penni Ln., Hockey 1,2,3,4 (captain); Baseball 1,2,3,4, (captain); Football 1; Golf 1,2; Rolling Green Service Station. HELFRICH, MARGARET E., “Maggie”, 120 Stevens St., Field Hockey 2; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Lawton’s; MEMORY: Wild Nights on Bubba Ln., “The Bud Boat”. Hueby Wanda. HENRY, SEAN P., 35 Evergreen Dr., Ski Team; Track. HEROLD, JILL L., “Swill”, 25 Poor Ave., Prescott House Nursing Home; MEM¬ ORY: Lunch room conversations; Phys. Ed. Classes; and Pierre. HIBBINS, EVA M., HOLT, JENNIFER A., 200 Granville Ln., Cheerleader 2,3,4 (catpain); Basketball 1; Nat’l Honor Society 2,3,4 (Sec. Tres.); Pep Rally 2,4; Squire 3; Burger King. Houghton, Jason A. HUGHES, MICHAEL A., 23a Baldwin St., Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1; Record Town, Due Release. IPPOLITO, NANCY, “Bubble”, 514 Mass. Ave., Marching Band 1; MEMORY: Denise and Jim. Class Couple: Frank Kenneally and Peggy Driscoll 60 KASPRZAK. GREGOIRE, “Zak”, 12 William St., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; MEMORY: Fruit punch night at Merrimack College. KEEGAN. MICHAEL, " Ekim”, 15 Dewey St., Football 1,2,3,4; Pep Rally 4; Baseball 1,2; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Demoulas; MEMORY: When Nussbaum fell in the Shawsheen River in the winter. KEEN, CHERYL A., “Cher " , 21 Hewitt Ave., Howard Johnsons; MEMORY: Kate. KEHRIG, TAMARA ANN, “Bowzer. T”, 71 Quail Run, Soccer 2,3,4 (captain); Basketball 3,4; Merrimack College; MEMORY: Soccer parties (MB running over my toe)! KELEHER, MICHAEL P., 56 Surrey Dr., Tennis 3,4; Basketball 2; Birch. KENNEALLY, FRANCIS J., “Clinker”, 11 StoningtonSt., Football 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; MEMORY: Beating Burlington in Basketball at the buzzer. KNOWLTON, MARY P., “Tricia”, 55 Furber Ave., Marching Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Friendly’s; Merrimack Colige; MEMORY: Junior year at lunch with Mary and Sheri. KOCHANCZYK. KRISTIN, “Kocha”, 61 Sylvan Terrace, Softball 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,3,4; School Department 3; MEMORY: Cruising Hampton with Moe — Friends with Queer, Cracker, DeVam, Peep Samitha Denny 2 Ft. Lauderdale. KOZEMCHAK, DAVID E., “I love you Jen Sobel”, 316 Stevens St., Student Council 1; Football 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Pep Rally 4; Haff- ner ' s Carwash — Part time supervisor; MEMORY: When the Skiba twins both got broken noses after being run off the road by a tree. Chris started wearing make-up because of this. When I first got to know Jen Sobel! KULPINSKI, LISA MARIE, 15 Lyman Rd., MEMORY: Joan Maurer and I driving around with Jamie and Michael. Having third lunch with Laura White Junior Year. I love you guys! LaGASSE, PATRICIA ANN, 24 Marian Dr., Basketball 2, Merrimack College Monastry. LaHAYE, Peter R., “LaComment for Everything”, 86 Martin Ave., Student Council 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Track 4; Pep Rally 4; Demoulas Supermarket, Riley’s Roast Beef “Home of the Big One”; MEMORY: Watching George Nusbaum fall into the Shawsheen River in the freezing winter. Best Dressed: Sal Testa and Sue Spillman Most Talkative: Andy Dobson and Pam Smith LARSON, INGA C., 440 Osgood St., Soccer 4; Butcher Boy. LASCOLA, LISA MARIE, “Denny”, 184 Cotuit St., Ski Team 1,2; Demoulas; MEMORY: Going to Hampton Beach with Andrea, Pam, Kris and Denny!! LAWRENCE, KIMBERLY A., “Kimmie”, 460 Main St., School Play 1,2; Yearbook 2,3; Pep Rally 4; Liss; MEMORY: Mr. Perrault’s World Civ. 1 class. LEAVITT, JONATHAN A., “Spike”, 26 Andover St., Basketball 1 (captain), 2 (captain), 3,4 (captain; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Student Advisory Council; Haffners; MEMORY: Mike Keleher dancing for the S.S. department. LEIGHTON, KIMBERLY JEAN, “Kim”, 2 Walker Rd., Drama Club 1,2; Literary Magazine 3 (Art Editor), 4; Speech Team 1,2; Chorus 1; MEMORY: Pretending to float on a picnic blanket with Michael. LeMAUK, CHRISTOPHER J., LENNOX, LAURA. LONG, SHELIA KATHERINE, “Shell”, 238 Sutton St., Student Council 1; Track and Field Mngr. 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4; LOYALL, JENNIFER L., “Goathunter”, Justins; Cross-Country 1,2,3,4 (captain); Tack 1,2,3,4 (captain); Squire 2,3,4; Student Advisory Council 4; A.F.S. 2,3,4 (secretary), Yearbook 3; Lit. Magazine 3; Speech Team 2; MEMORY Goats, Brian’s NA-PA parties — someone’s cousin — German with Victoria — Wisconsin U-2 concert Boston on numerous occasions. Agrimi LUNDGREN, PETER TODD, “Lungi”, 444 Salem St., Track 2; Demoulas; MEM¬ ORY: Summer 84, Admiring all of our girls LYNCH, ROBERT, “Lynchie”, 24 Highland Rd., N.H.D.; MEMORY: The Dog Track. LYONS, MARIBETH, “MB”, 193 Cotuit St., Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2; Track 1,2; Messina’s; MEMORY: Ingall’s St. MACKAY, KAREN S., 40 Stonington St., Track 1; Bradlees; MEMORY: Mr. Perault’s World Civ. Class. MAHONEY, JOHN R., 22 Stacy Dr., Ski Teams; Blue Lobster; MEMORY: Mr. Humphrey’s Johnny Carson impressions. MAJARIAN, ARA, “Rocky”, 69 Brightwood Ave., Soccer; Treadwell’s. MANNING, STEPHEN P„ “Steve”, 95 Hillside Rd., Basketball 1,2; Demoulas, Haffner’s; MEMORY: Math Parties with Murf Dave. MARCHAND, STEVEN J., “Beave”, 161 Cotuit St„ Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Demoulas. MARSHALL, SCOTT, 242 Sutton St., Barker’s Farm, MEMORY: Will be graduat¬ ing from here. 61 Neatest: Sal Testa and Barrie Rumak MARTIN, KELLY ANN. MAURER, JOAN E., “Joan-Ellen”, 88 Johnson St., Gymnastics (mgr.) 2,3,4; Pep Rally 4; Birch Supper Drug, MEMORY: Something about a contest at Dearman’s, who did win anyway? McCABE, ALLISON, “Al”, 9 Tavern Rd., Soccer 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas. McDONALD, ANDREA, “Little Mac”, Track 1,2; Squire 1,2; Yearbook 4; Pep Rally 4; Steven’s Hall; MEMORY: The F.B. McGRATH, SUSAN, “Bertha " , 212 Andover St., Field Hockey 2 (mgr.) 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Math Team 1,2.3,4; AFS 4; Pep Rally 4; Berkes. MEMORY! Brian’s Party — October 8, 1983 — Edith Aggie too. McGUIRE, KATHLEEN, “Kathy”, 34 Stonington St., Messinas. McKALLAGAT, DANIEL, “Rat”, 31 Candlestick, Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Service Master; MEMORY: This last straight year. McKAY, STEVEN, “Steve”, 24 Famum St., Football 1; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Haff- ner’s, Helfrich Brother’s Boiler Works. MELILLO, LAURIE A., “LuLu”, 38 Marblehead St., Softball 3,4; Steven’s Hall Nursing Home, MEMORY: Katie Degnan’s party. MELUCCI, DEANNA M., “Dee”, 40 Inglewood St., Softball 1,2; MEMORY: fresh¬ man year. MINASIAN, ROSEMARY, “Rosiebums”, 20 Highwood Way, Golfing; Chess. MITCHELL, ELLEN, “Elly”, 50 Femview Ave., My Brother’s Place; MEMORY ' July 8, 1984. MOECKEL. WILLIAM J., “Meckage”, 36 Woodbury Ln., Basketball; Skiing; Tennis; Caldor’s; MEMORY: State Tournament. MORAN, KATHLEEN, “Katie”, 19 Tyler Rd., Student Council 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Messina’s; MEMORY: Derrick. MORIN, MATTHEW A., “Matt”, 104 Martin Ave., Cross-country 1,2,3,4 (cap) Track 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Select Choir 4; Wendy’s; MEMORY: Swani, Eunice, Wide Load, The Dill. MORIN, STEPHEN, “Steve”, 133 Chadwick St., Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; N.A. Pharmacy. MORRISSEY, APRIL. MORROW, VICTORIA, “Vicky”, 68 Femview Ave apt. 2, Drama 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Select Choir 4; Squire 2,3,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; German Honor Society 2,3,4; T.J. Maxx. MURPHY, DANIEL J., “Murf, Boa”, 506 Boston St., Basketball 1,2,3,4; MEM¬ ORY: Sheila. McGINNIS, GERALD, “Gerry”, 73 Harald St., Messina’s; MEMORY: The beach MURPHY, KEVIN W., “Murfster”, 776 Dale St., Smolach Farm; MEMORY: Get¬ ting my Chevelle S.S. on 3 11 84. NADEAU, SCOTT, “Nades”, 600 Sharpners Pond Rd., Ski Team; Haffner’s. NARAYANAN, MALINI, “Pele”, 81 Sawmill Rd., Mat Team 3,4; MEMORY: Soph¬ omore lunch with Dag’s. NOBLE, KRISTINE, “Itch”, 11 Edmands Rd., Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; Cross Country 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Friendly’s; MEMORY: Those incredible lunch room conversations. NORWOOD, ANDREA L., 71 Rock Rd., Papa Gino’s; MEMORY: Summer — August 1984 — Rye Beach. NOVAK, JAN, 458 Foster St. NUSSBAUM, GEORGE J., “Nuzz”, 55 Mifflin Dr., Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; MEMORY: Partying at the hill. NUTTER, MICHAEL Y., 58 Brightwood Ave., Soccer; Wrestling; Demoulas. O’DONNELL, MARY M., “Molly”, 72 East Water St., Cross Country 1; Pep Squad 2; Choir 2,3 (vice pres.), 4; Select Choir 4; A.F.S. 3; JA. 3 (vice-pres.); Pep Rally 2,4; Prom Committee 4; Student Council 2,3,4 (vice-pres.); Advisory Council 4; Year¬ book 1; Soccer 3,4; Play 4; MEMORY: Something about . . . Billy Gordon and “Risky Business”!! and all of those soccer parties. PALLADINO, JOSEPH, “Pall”, 667 Forest St., Track 3,4; Chess Club 3; Squire 4; Band 1; Math Team 4; Computer Club 2,3,4; Cahoots. PALM1SANO, LISA G., 1779 Great Pond Rd., Student Council 1,2,4; Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Pep Rally 4; Dairy Queen. PASCUCCI, KRISTEN A., “Scooch”, 59 Bonny Ln., Track 1,2,3,4; Pep Rally 4; Basketball 1,2; Student Council 1; Yearbook; Prom Committee 4; Demoulas; MEMORY: April 14, 1983. Nicest Eyes: Dean DeLuca and Katie Moran 62 Class Flirts: Sal Testa and Theresa Peluso. ROWEN, CHRISTOPHER, 23 Lyman Rd., Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; De- moulas; Caldor; MEMORH: Wild Bill Moeckel’s desperation bank shot. ROZZI, RICHARD MICHAEL; “The Roz”, 163 Water St., Football 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 1,2; Stuarts Noyes Construction; MEMORY: Winning the C. A.L. Champion¬ ship. RUMACK, BARRIE’JANE, “Ru”, “Bear”, “Hilda”, 77 Elm St., Yearbook 1,2,3 (Act. Ed.), 4; Softball 1; Pep Rally 2,4; Baseball Mgr. 2,3,4; Basketball Mgr. 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Pep Squad 1; Kussem’s; MEMORY: February 14, 1983: July 29, 1983 Summer Bubbles, 1983. RUTHERFORD, SAMANTHA LYNNE, “Sammy, Edna”, 99 Edgelawn Ave. 5, Basketball 2; Softball 1,2,3,4; Demoulas; MEMORY: Paul Bemardin. RYAN, WILLIAM, 171 Brentwood Circle, Tennis; Skiing; Computer Programmer. SALOIS, DAVID A., “Luther”, 10 Boston St., Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Part-time brain surgeon at Lawrence General Hospital. SCANLON, TIMOTHY, “Tim, Scans”, 45 Elm St., Football 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Photography Club; Playland; MEMORY: Winning the C. A. L. Champi¬ onship. SCHADHAUSER, SCOTT MICHAEL, “Shad”, 299 Dale St., Farm Worker, Smo- lak Farm. SCHIMMOELLER, MICHAEL G. SCHODDER, FRANK, 2237 Turnpike St., Barcelos, Andover. SCHWARTZ, PAMELA LYNNE, 38 Turtle Ln., Squire 1,2,3,4; Math Team 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Literary Magazine 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Chess 3,4. SEABLOM, BONNIE SUE, “Boo-Boo”, 31 Sargent St., Cheerleading; Waitress at Pewter Pot; MEMORY: The ride, I wish I took, in my brand new Comvette with B.B. down Ocean Drive, (wishing Laura Lu could’ve been there.) SHEEHAN, THOMAS E„ 42 Vest Way, Hockey 3,4; Golf 1; Speech Team 4; Merrimack College. SHOTTES, KATHY A., “Shottes”, 15 Rosedale Ave., Soccer 1; Softball 1; Track 2; Prom Committee 3,4; North Andover Country Club. PEARSON. BRIAN. “Sexy”, 1015 Forest St., Soccer,; Ski Team; Track; MEMORY: Last Saturday Night. PELUSO, THERESA, 2 Irving Rd., Cheerleading 1,2,3; Yearbook 3; Pep Rally; T.J. Maxx; MEMORY: Hill parties; At Holy Cross the night of the Go-Go’s; Frog looking through the mud for her shoes at Bear Hill; and a wrestling meet at Triton with Margaret Helfrich in a horrifying search for the Byfield Police Station. PICKARD, LISA J„ “Pooh”, 18 Bixby Ave., Crew 1,2; A.V. 2; Steven’ Hall; MEMORY: Going to the prom as a sophomore with Bob Vernon. PIERCE, JANICE V., 15 Ardmore Ct., Music 1,2,3 (treasurer) 4 (Drum Major); Student Advisory Council 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Cheering 2; McDonald’s; MEMORY: Chris Tecca. PRUCHANSKY, LISAC., 16 Meditation Ln., Ski Team 3; Yearbook 4; Pep Rally 4; Ippolito’s Firm; MEMORY: January 27, 1984. QUINTAL, PAUL W.. “Duke”, 278 Waverly Rd., Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (captain); Track 1,2,3,4; MEMORY: Being named a Tri-Captain for Cross-Country, Senior Year. RANDALL, SEAN T., 54 Sylvan Terrace, Soccer 1,2,3,4 (captain); Wrestling 1,2,3,4 (captain); MEMORY: The girls. RANDO, MARC, “Rando”, 75 Haymeadow Rd., Football; Skiing; Track; MEM¬ ORY: Monica Tecca. REDMAN, CHRISTOPHER J., “Red”, 580 Andover By-Pass, Soccer 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 2,3,4; Messina’s; MEMORY: Brian Pearson’s Party. REGAN, KELLI, “Reegs”, 20 Stacey Dr., Track 1,2,3,4 (captain); Pep Squad 2; Prom Committee 4; Color Guard 1; Messina’s; MEMORY: January 27, 1983. RICHARD, DAN M., “Rich”, 26 Andrew Circle, Bowling; Karate; NHD Hardware. RICHTER, JOHN R., “John”, 814 Dale St., Varsity Tennis 3,4; Literary Magazine 3,4; Squire 4; Dishwasher. RISACHER, STEVE, “Sacka”, 20 Bixby Ave., Ride; Hunt; Lift; Landscaping. ROBINSON, CHRISTINE, “T”, 405 Winter St., Student Council 1,2; Track 1; Cross Country 1; Pep Rally 2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; North Andover Country Club; MEMORY: Summer 84 with Kathy (weekend of Cars Concert) — Night at Harrison’s with Ed, Alan and Ann. ROSENBAUM, ALAN, “Bommer”, 66 Penni Lane, Football; Hockey; Golf; Track; Skiing; The Loft; MEMORY: When I asked Rob Skiba who his new girlfriend was and he replied, “Some girl, you’ll probably never see her again.” ROWELL, HEATHER, Sears; MEMORY: Mr. Noyes yelling at me when I don’t come. Most Popular: David Braga and Katie Degnan Friendliest: Sal Testa and Dee Dee Boulanger SILBERMAN, JERI, 302 Rea St., Student Council 1,2,4; Advisory Council 4; Nat’l Honor Society 2,3,4 (vice pres.); Softball 1;Squire 1,2,3,4; Baseball Mgr. 2,3,4; Cheerleading 3; Hit or Miss; MEMORY: Billy Gordon dancing with a lampshade on his head. SKIBA, CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH, “Skeebs, Scuba”, 866 Dale St., Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2; Rockingham Park Janitor; MEMORY: Those girls up the beach from weekend to weekend. SKIBA, ROBERT WILLIAM, “Boots, Squat, Scuba, Ex-Pres ”, 866 Dale St., Football 1,2,3,4; Skiing 3,4; Wrestling 1; Rockingham Park; MEMORY: Not re¬ membering countless weekends. SLIPKOWSKY, KAREN E., “Slip”, 55 Famum St., Track 1; Squire 1; Speech Team 3,4; MEMORY: Deutschland ’83 and ’84 ich Liebe Dich Duetschland uber alles. SLIPP, MICHAEL, “Slip”, 40 Woodbridge Rd., Drama 1,2,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Speech Team 3,4;. SMITH, KATHERINE, “Kathi”, 186 Andover St. SMITH, MAUREEN E., “Moe”, 39 Brightwood Ave., Softball 1,2,3,4 (co-cap) Basketball 1,2 (co-cap); Yearbook 4:. SMITH, PAMELA J., “Pam”, 36 Chapin Rd., Softball 1,2; Pep Squad 2; Yearbook 1,2,3 (Act. Ed.) 4; Student Council 1,2; Quill Scroll Society 2; Pep Rally 4; Market Basket: MEMORY: Summer ’84, Merrimack, Rye, Cracka, F.M.D.A.F1.!!!!! SPILLMAN, SUSAN, “Sue” 148 Crossbow Lane, Chearleading 3; Chorus 2,3,4 Top of the Scales; MEMORY: SAT. Sept. 15 at Holy Cross, It made us want to shout. SPLENDORE, DIANE, “Di’, 59 Meadowview Rd., Steven’s Hall. STOUDEMIRE, DERRICK L., “Money”, 10 Briarwood Ct., Basketball; Pep Rally: MEMORY: the first time I looked at Mr. Humphrey. STRATTON, RICHARD A., “Rich”, 337 Pleasant St., Pep Rally; Computer Club; Haffner’s: MEMORY: Class Parties. STROBEL, DEBORAH E., “Debbie”, 34 Columbia Rd., Softball 1; Track 2; Yearbook 1,4; McDonalds; MEMORY: Rocky Horror Picture Show, Salisbury Inn Motel. STURGIS, MARK W., “Casious”, 17 Fielstone Ct., Track 4; Wrestling 1; Bradford Construction Company; MEMORY: When Ronny Melandez fell on his head at field day. SULLIVAN, ANDREA M. “Angie”, 18 Belmont St., MEMORY: Lynne visits N.A.H.S. SULLIVAN, DONNA-MARIE, “Sully”, 107 Colgate Dr., Drama 2,4; Chorus 3,4 Yearbook 1,2,4; North Andover Pharmacy. SWANSON, GARY, “Swanny”, 32 Union St., Birch Super drug. Class Clown: Andy Dobson and Lisa Wharton 64 SWENSON, KRISTEN, “Cracka”, 67 Maple Ave., Student Council 1,2; Basketball 2; DeMoulas: MEMORY: No. Rye, J., Al. K, W, Mrs. P typing O for day, G.Q. guys and M M’s. SWINIARSKI, STEVEN E., “Spacey”, 326 Campbell Rd., Pep Rally; MEMORY: Class Party. TAHAN, STEPHEN J., “Zeb”, 496 Winter St., Band 1,2,4; Bradlees; MEMORY: My first trip to Mr. Hamel’s office. TESTA, SALVATORE A., " Sal”, 75 Surrey Dr., Student Council 1,2,3,4 (tres.) Class Sec Tres. 3,4; J. A. 3; Reg. Student Adv. Board; Skiing 1,2 AFS 3 (exchange student); 4 (v-pres.); Cross-country 1,2; Community Involvement 4; Thompson ' s; MEMORY: Having class office meetings with Mrs. Osgood DeeDee and making bets on whether or not our illustrious Junior class pres, would show up. TROMBLY, MICHELLE, “Angel”, 34 Milton St., Arlington Trust; MEMORY: Jane Turner’s Christmas party 1982. TURNER, JANE C., “Spade”, 11 Oxford St., Yearbook 4; Bradlee’s; MEMORY: Helping and having fun backstage during the play “Marne” Soph. year. UTTLEY, KRISTINE J., “Utts”, 805 Johnson St., Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Cou ncil2; Track 1,2,3,4. WALD, MICHAEL, “Mike”, 76 Millpond, Ski Team; Squire; Track; Wrestling Tutor Brick Co. WALDREP, MICHAEL, “Mike”, 39 Prescott St., Football 2; Track 2. WARNSHUIS, JILL, “Jill”, 79 Vest Way, Field Hockey; Softball; Aheam Aheam; MEMORY: “The Blue Bomb.” WHARTON, LISA, “Frog”, 120 Millpond, Chearleading 2,3; Pep Rally 4; Birch Drug; MEMORY: Moving to N.A. and meeting my friends. Summer ’83 with Moe. Summer of ’84 with K.A. WHIPPLE, KERI, “Whip”, 48 Woodbridge Rd., Varsity Soccer 1,2,3,4 (cap) Softball 1,2; Pep Rally 4; DeMoulas. WHITE, LAURA, 70Edgelawn Ave., Track 1; Cross-country 1; Chearleading2,3,4. WHITMORE, SANDY, 13 Devon Ct., LISS, MEMORY: Saturday’s freshman year I with Mr. Rozzi. WILSON, DAYNA, 240 Andover St, Friendly’s, j WINNING, LEE, 122 Abbott St„ McDonald’s. WONSON, CRAIG, “Woni”, 72 Patriot St., Ice Hockey 3,4; Football 2,4; Commer- I cial Fisherman; WYLLIE, GLENN P., “Wiles”, 5 Stacey Dr., Track 1; Soccer 1,2,4; Computer Club 3; Ski-Team 1,2,3,4; Prescott House; MEMORY: Lunch table conversations, Mill¬ pond clubhouse, Mt. Sunapee ski trip. YOUNG, MICHELLE A., 25 Clarendon St., Messina’s. ZAJAC, DAWNA, “Dawna, Dawna”, 360 Waverly Rd., Softball 1; Track 2; Quill Scroll 2,3,4; Literary Maq. 4; Speech Team 4; Squire 2,3,4 (Bus. Ed.); B U Conference Center; MEMORY: Memories of the F.B. and of my unattainable dream. When will I leam! ZALINSKY, MICHELLE, “Mich”, 191 Granville Lane, Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pep Squad 2 Pep Rally 4; MEMORY: Cape Ann League Jamboree soph, year with E.B., M.W., L.W., H.S:, and L.D. ZOLLA, LESLIE, “Lizard”, 934 Salem St., Top of the Scales. 65 66 67 Class at the Olde Center Playground Sal Testa and Carolyn Duffy The Ghostbusters Nick DiChiara and Peter LaHaye Blood Donors Senior Class at Slide Rally Dancers Kris Spero and Kim Adkins 69 Valentine Queen — Dee Dee Boulanger Bonnie Bruce and Jeff Callahan Sherrill Cheevers and Andy Dobson Mrs. Diane Bassett Crowning Dee Dee Boulanger 70 71 73 Administration Mr. Daniel L. Desmond — Principal Dr. Leslie Bernal — Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Aniela Zinny — Secretary % Dr. Arthur J. Hamel — Assistant Principal Mrs. Mary Kleuber — Secretary 74 Guidance Mrs. Carol Balmas Mrs. Margaret Ekholm 75 Mr. Joseph Bevilacqua — Department Head Mrs. Nina DeMeritt Mrs. Helene Driscoll Mrs. Susan McGregor Mr. Paul Spadaf ore 76 Industrial Arts And Home Economics Mrs. Louise Toler Mrs. Carolyn Sullivan 1 ii ik — 77 Foreign Language Department Miss Irene T. McLaughlan, Department Head Miss Lorraine Lostimolo 78 Mrs. Kirk Thompson Music and Art Departments Mr. Mario Giordano Mrs. Miriam Aubrey Mr. Walter Selima Miss Beth I. Graham 79 Nurse, Librarians, Aides Mrs. Virginia Foulds — Nurse Mrs. Theresa Morin — Library Aide 80 Mrs. Theresa Uttley — Library Aide English Department Mr. Richard Kiberd Mr. Leonard DeSimone 81 English Mr. Anthony M. Reynolds, Department Head Mr. Gerald A. Sanford Mrs. Patricia Maloney-Brown Miss Mildred G. Matasso 82 Mr. Edward J. Rudd Mr. Robert H. Welch Mr. Paul Gregoire Mrs. Margaret Hannum 83 Social Studies Department Mr. Albert Perrault — Department Head Mr. Barry Humphreys Mr. John Minihan Mrs. Mary Ellen Osgood 84 Mr. Michael McVeigh Mr. John Strobel Mr. William Boutilier Mr. Raymond Grady 85 Mathematics 86 Mr. John Kelley Mrs. Diane Basset Mr. Americo Fichera Mr. Robert Dinsmore Mr. David Rogers Mr. Robert Parker 87 Science Department Mr. Richard Rozzi Mr. Phillip Towle Mrs. Judith Hajec Mr. James O’Neil 88 4 Mr. Robert Bennett — Department Head Mr. Jerome Marchegiani Mr. John Kappotis Miss Mary Martin Miss Isabel Smith Mr. Peter Kalafarski 89 Special Needs Department Mr. Joseph Santarlasci 8E Mrs. Geraldine McGuire Mrs. Julie Constanzo 90 I Mr. Richard Poutenis — Director of Foods Cafeteria and Custodial Staff Cafeteria Crew Custodial Staff 91 Miss Meg Korb Physical Education and Audio Visual Mr. John Robinson — Audio Visual Director Mr. Robert Licare — Director of Athletics fV ' •r Mr. Michael McDonald Mr. Michael Cavanaugh 92 In Memory of You Mrs. Martin Albondy Mr. Thomas Regan Mr. Albert Berman MEMORY As a perfume doth remain In the folds where it hath lain, So the thought of you, remaining, Deeply folded in my brain, Will not leave me: all things leave me: You remain. Other thoughts may come and go, Other moments I may know That shall waft me, in their going, As a breath blown to and fro, Fragrant memories: fragrant memories Come and go. Only thoughts of you remain In my heart where they have lain, Perfumed thoughts of you, remaining, A hidden sweetness, in my brain. Others leave me: all things leave me: You remain! Arthur Symons 93 94 Underclassmen First Row (1-r) — Kristen Adams, Pame¬ la Alaimo, Wayne Altman, Kerin Ander¬ son, Ellen Baimas, Jennifer Battersby, Second Row (1-r) — Alicia Asselin, Melissa Atwood, Dawn Aziz, Pamela Baker, Julie Barry, Susan Bateman, Paula Beattie, Lisa Belanger, Third Row (1-r) — Laura Bellofatto, Jennifer Bent, Christian Bleszinski, Matthew Bogart, Joseph Abernathy m w I I I Rhi. " rvJP ' 96 First Row — Lisa Bouchard, Elizabeth Bradley, Kimberly Brady, Andrea Brown, Deana Bruca- to, Second Row — Carol Burns, William Busineau, Kathleen Cahill, Julie Carey, David Carney, Sandra Casey, Michael Canvanugh. Third Row — Karen Checicki, Robert Cheev- ers, Charles Cioffi, Christopher Clark, Julie Cole, Gerald Collette, Jolene Collette, Tracy Connolly First Row — Susan Cre- vier, Richard Cuscino, Michelle Cusson, Kerri D’Antonio, Lesley D’An¬ tonio, Kendall Davis, Shawn Delaney. Second Row — Noreen De¬ mpsey, Celeste Derry, Russell Des Roches, Michelle Determan, Tina DiMarca, Leslie Dionne, Steven Dolce Third Row — Scott Dearman, Joy Burgensa, Jeff Donahue, Kristen Donovan, Robert Dufresne, Leslie Dumas, Michelle Dunne, John Dziadosz, Chuck DiChara, Leslie Barley 97 First Row — Colin Far- ragher, William Ferris, Kath¬ leen Fitzpatrick, Darren For- zese, Boyd Foulds, David Fraaala, Chuck Cioffi, Sec¬ ond Row — Gary Frazier, Richard Fredette, Alfred Frizelle, Maureen Fumeaux, Aimee Garrett, Maryanne Gelarderes, Kelly Glynn, Thomas Goebel, Third Row — William Golan, Michelle Greene, Naomi Gulezian, Raj Gupta, Christine Hajjar, David Hall, Karen Hall, Jeanne Hambelton. First Row — William Hanrahan, Lisa Hardy, Jeff Hartley, Matthew Haydon, Scott Healy, Second Row — Julie Heinze, Patricia Higgins, Pamela Hilton, Sara Holzmann, Michelle Houde, Elizabeth Kali- nowski, Tania Kasprzak, Sarah Katis. Third Row — Kathleen Kil- lourie, Bethany Kimball, Pete Kooken, Caroline Kaddaras. First Row — Charlene Logue, Cheryl LaFreniere, Fred Kratz, Sarah Livesey, Jodi Little. Second Row — Doug Lenox, William Lynch, Jude Logue, Brandy Matthews, Carolyn Marcotte, Kathy Lyons, Kathy Mahoney. Third Row — Arthur Lumb, Jay Marconi, John Lesofsky, Stan Mallory, Charles Miniace 98 First Row — Paul McCabe, Kathleen McClung, Lynda McDonald, Matthew McGrath, Daniel McGuire, Patricia McGuire. Second Row — Ronnie McPhail, Mary Elaine McPhee, Amy Mead, Edward Meagher, Blaine Melanson, John Mele, Ronald Melendez, Kelly Messina Third Row — Brian Miller, Jennifer Miller, Susan Moekel, Jennifer Mohs, Michael Moody, Lori Morin. First Row — Sal Mosto, John Moulton, John Musemeci, Jim Nahill, Jeff Naza- rian, Second Row — Todd Noonan, Anna Novak, Junka Oka, Janet O’Neil’ Kerry O’Neill, Amy O’Sullivan, John Ouelette, Robin Palladino. Third Row — Marie Pappalardo, Julie Parent, Susan Parker First Row — Lisa Pascucci, Jim Pav- ledakes, Diane Pawelski, Kelley Peck, Sue Peltier, Sheila Perocchi, Sherry Perocchi. Second Row — Mike Peterson, Craig Pisani, Laurie Quintal, Eric Reasor, Gary Reasor, Brenda Reqan, Kathleen Rennie, Clay Reynolds. Third Row — Kathy Rivet, Ed Ronald, Paul Rosten, Ken¬ ny Roy, Kathy Royal, Bill Russell, Lisa Ryan, Dan Sanzi, Mary Rowan 99 First Row — Brian Shadhauser, Alana Schmitt, Maureen Sergi, Michael Shea, Teddy Shields. Second Row — Frank Sibol, Beth Simmonds, Lauri Skinner, Jen Sobel, Geoff Steer, Rob St. Hilaire, Anne Stoupis, Amy Strobel. Third Row — Beth Anne Sullivan, Courtney Sulli¬ van, James Sullivan, Rebecca Sullivan, Chris Swiniarski, Dave Skiba. Fred Kratz First Row — Monica Tecca, Kel¬ ly Thornton, Douglas Todd, Julie Todd, Second Row — Jackie Tomko, Arlene Uszynski, Shari Valierre, Lisa Vasello, Paul Ventura, Erik Wallis, Karen Westphalen, Todd Whitley, Third Row — Greg Widmeyer, John Wragq, Tammy Young, Rachelle Wilson, Chris Von Maack. 100 Class of ’87 (l-r) First Row — Peter Ascera, Heather Ander¬ son, Lenny Analoro, Tom Baird, R, Lee Balen- tine Second Row — Kolby Barbera, Ujay Bar- day, Christine Barker, Alyssa Baily, Michelle Bazarian, Kelly Beal, Laurie Bodenrader, Third Row — Oahn Borey, Laura Borgesi, Elena Berger (l-r) First Row — William Brush, Jacqueline Bums, Christy Carlson, Second Row — Cathy Cavanaugh, Christine Chumra, Lisa Cimmino, Julie Cipolla, Steve Conolly, Sam Conte, Stacy Crane, Third Row — Gary Croteau, Margaret Cunningham, Sue Curley, Julie Christopher 101 (1-r) First Row — Charles Dalton, Robert Danus, Lisa DeMellis, Kerri Deegan, Matt Della Croce, Jennifer Devine Second Row — Anna DiMarca, Tracie Dion, Bill Ditenhaf- er, Patricia Dixon, Mark Dockray, Mark Dorsey, Muriel Doucette, Kara Dowe Third Row — Scott Dozois, Jennifer Drigian, Karen Driscoll, Chris Drogos, Cynthia Dufresne, Cathy Dugan (1-r) First Row — Laura Durant, Jen¬ nifer Dziadosz, Randy Ebright, Joel Enaire, Jeff Enright, Elaine Fann Second Row — George Farr, Lucin¬ da Ferguson, Robert Fitzgerald, Bet¬ sy Flynn, Pam Fontaine, Elizabeth Ford, Rhoda Foregetta, Wendy Foulds Third Row — Julie Fragala, Paula Frizelle, Karen Fulks » 102 (1-r) First Row — Rhoda Fun- deklian, Christina Gabriel, Tricia Galvagna, Greg Garavanian, Gina Gaude, Mike Gendron Second Row — Kristen Giantris, Curt Golan, Mike Gordon, Bethany Griggs, Amy Gross, Kelly Gurry, Doug Hajjar, Julie Hamel Third Row — Karen Hamilton, Mark Har¬ rington, Anne Healy Homeroom 221 (1-r) First Row — Dave Herrmann, Yvette Hrenchir, Jen Hyder, Denise Jackson, Sheri, Mary Beth Katis Second Row — Tina Kehriq, Julie Kelly, Sean Kenneal- ly, Dave Kerem, Mis- eong Kim, Candice Kirkiles, Frank Kirk¬ patrick, Karen Lally Third Row — William Lamprey, Denise Lane, Chris Larson, Ann Lee, Mike Lemberger, Gregg Lemieux, Tara Lom¬ bardi, Jen Lorentz, Jodi Jordan 103 Homeroom 234 (1-r) First Row — Margaret Luck, Anne Lynch, Mar¬ garet Lynch, Anne Marie Lyons, Robert MacLeish, Heat her MacNeil Second Row — Roberta Magor, Mike Mammola, Mark Mank, Tracey Matthews, Kim McCaron, John McElhenny, BJ McElhinny, Dave McGuire (1-r) Third row — Bill McGuire, Amy McKallagat. Holly McKay, Erin McLaughlin, Margaret McNally, Jennifer Meldrum Homeroom 234 (1-r) First Row — James Miller, Sean Murphy, Tim Murphy, Tracey Nocolosi Second Row — Corrine Nitzsche, Steve Nu¬ gent, Maura O’Connell, Kim O’Neil, Liza Palmer, Courtney Pangione, Julie Papalia, Amy Parker Third Row — Greg Parker, Michael Par¬ ker, Kristen Pearse 104 Homeroom 236 (1-r) First Row — Marci Pelletier, Margaret Pemble, Steven Perrault, Andrew Petronio, Sue Picard, Michelle Piotte Second Row — Ronald Pollina, Debbie Pyteraf, Kelly Raadmae, Karen Raney, Mike Redman, Todd Rembis Third Row — Dan Rennie, Kevin Richards, Kim Riordan, Peter Rhode, Mindy Rosen¬ baum Homeroom 238 (1-r) First Row — Kristen Rumson, Alicia Saracusa, Mellisa Schwab, Keith Sequin, Patricia Shanteler, Judy Shea Second Row — Kathleen Shea, John Sheehan, Michael Sibol, David Silva, Heather Sinclair, Marie Soule, Kristen Spiro, John Splendore 105 Homeroom 239 (1-r) First Row — Karen Stearns, Killi Steer, Nick Stoupis, Adrienne Stratou- ly, Kathy Streeter Second Row — Matt Strobel, Jen Stulgis, Mike Sullivan, Shaun Sutcliffe, Dave Swabrick, Eric Swenson, Lori Takeisan, Third Row — Gina Torrisi, Marc Torrisi, Daniel Trefery, Jessica Trela 1 | • 1 I ' m ? y I- Jb f Homeroom 240 (1-r) First Row — John Twomey, Jodi Val- liere, John Van Houten, Jim Vasello, Cheryl Ventrua, Pen- ny VonKummer, Second Row — Col¬ leen Walsh, Tammie Warren, Kathy Wells, Joyce Whalen, Pat Wilkins Third Row — Gary Wilson, Jeff Wil¬ son, Karin Winning, Bill Wolfenden, Gotha Yoshiyama, Mark Young. Billy Young, John Zaccari, Justin Zuill, Steve Valiant 106 Class of ’88 First Row: Dana Adams, Kristin Anderson, Daniel Arcidiacono, Kelly Asselin, Heather Agusta, Tracy Bark- house Second Row: Beth- Anne Barry, Michael Batters- by, Bartholomew Baum- stark, Brian Beal, Scott Beaudoin, Wayne Beau¬ doin, Patrick Beime, Joseph Blandini, Third Row: Connie Bernal, Stephanie Berube, Silvia Bettez, Thomas Blinn, Robert Arsenault First Row: Shane Bower, Daniel Bowes, Stephanie Bradley, John Brouder, Lizetta Brown, Tara Brown, Second Row: Margaret Bryan, Anthony Burgie, Elizabeth Butler, Tara Callagy, Christ¬ opher Camasso, Lisa Campbell, Suzan¬ ne Carey, Suzanne Carlson. Third Row: Mark Cahill, Gregory Christo, Clement Chum, Carla Ciampa, Kristen Cincotta 107 First Row: Christine Clancy, Sean Clark, Maryann Connolly, Sean Con¬ nolly, Mark Cooney, David Cottone, Second Row: Heather Crabb, Kimberly Crabb, Erik Crago, Daniel Crane, Daniel Crevier, Tracey Daley, Mitchell Davey, Richard DeLisle, Third Row: Michael Denton, Daniel Desharnais, Scott Determan, Daniel Doherty, Mau¬ reen Doherty, Daniel Dolfe, John Cum¬ mings First Row: Julie Dorsey, Nancy Douchette, James Eiser, Meredith Emery, Scott Enright, Matthew Esselstrom, Jennifer Evans, Second Row: David Fanuele, Claire Fitzpat¬ rick, Robert Fogarty, Ann Marie For¬ tin, Susan Fowler, Kelli French, Toni Frulla, Brian Gallagher, Third Row: Douglas Gallagher, Doug Dreffer, Bill Ellis 108 First Row: Michael Gee, Lor¬ raine Geraci, Mark Gilbert, Michele Gilbert, James Gil- martin, Lisa Grasso, Susan Greenwood, Christopher Greger Second Row: Stefani Guarnera, Dorothy Hamil¬ ton, Joseph Harb, Lynne Hardy, Valerie Hart, Jennifer Healty, Paul Heinze, Stephen Heinze Third Row: Mitchele Heller, Cathy Har¬ rington, Lisa Holdsworth, Francis Hooper, Lisa Houde, Joshua Houghton, Timothy Howard, James Hurley, Beth Guerrera First Row: Derek Hutchings, Christopher Hyde, Kim Jacobs, Laura Johnson, Kimberly Joyce, Tara Joyce, Christopher Kad- daras Second Row: Amy Keleh- er, Amy Kennicker, Kristen Kil- lilea, Susan King, Christopher Klaskha, Kari Keinow, Robert Kneaul, David Knightly Third Row: Sehoon Kwak, Beth Labelle, Lisa Lanzoni, Michelle Laro, Debra Lesofsky, Suzanne Levesque, Kendra Lippmann, Mark Livesey 109 First Row: Maura McClunq, Ellen Loth, Suzanne McGreggar, Cinay McDonald, Karen McCarthy, Chris McNahon, Second Row: Dave Maurer, Eric Loyall, Bobby Lyons, Paul MacMillan, Scott MacLean, Winn Matthews, Chris Marconi, Chris Logue Third Row: Katie Mead, Beth McGuire, Bonnie Mattheson, Tricia Matth¬ ews, Allysa Marchese, Kim Lodge First Row: David Medege, Dawn Mel- drum, Pam Mele, Scott Mendes, Chris Mertz, Jason Miller, Dave Mina- sian, Mika Machezuki Second Row: Daison Ellen Mauers, Erin Mor¬ rissey, Kristen Moses, Alfred Mosto, Karen Mot¬ ley, Jennifer Mugavero, Dawn Murphy, Jeff Mur¬ phy Third Row: Peter Murphy, Karen Nadeau, Jen Nassar, Kristure Neff, Sandra Nicetta 110 I ■ ‘ . First Row: Lori Noonan. Jennifer Nugent, Sharon Nugent, Boris Nusi- nov, Michael O’Ned Jason Ouellet¬ te, Kari Packer, Danielle Page Sec¬ ond Row: Amy Pangione, James Pangione, Karen Pappalardo, Mauro Pappalardo, David Parent, Kevin Parisi, Mehool Patel, Bethany Peltzar Third Row: Jeanne Pema, Tamara Petronio, Rebecca Pickard, Michael Plisinski, Elizabeth Poirier, Frank Olms First Row: Meredith Pollier, Deana Pothier, Robin Raadmae, Mala Ras- togi, John Redding, Keith Reynolds, Brendan Richards Second Row: Lee Richards, David Ritchie, Mark Risacher, Kristen Roberts, Heather Robertson, Scott Robertson, Heath¬ er Robinson, Jeffrey Roche Third Row: Carma Rorke, Gregg Rudins- ky, Daniel Ryan, Dennis Sacco, Jef¬ frey Sapienza, Mark Satenstein 111 First Row: Renee Savage, Pamela Sed- don, Joseph Sibol, Stephen Silberman, Margaret Skiba, Erik Smith Second Row: Valerie Sobel, Jason Solley, Gail Soucy, Racquel Sousa, Kristin Spir- dione, Mary St. Hilaire, William Strat¬ ton, Tara Sullivan Third Row: Jennifer Tanko, Christopher Tetler, Hannelore Schumm First Row: Jennifer Thomley, Dwight Todd, Nancy Torrey, Jeffrey Tucker, Taaua Turner, Stephanie Tuttle, Sec¬ ond Row: Sandro Veras, Brenda Ver- nile, Hilary Wald, Lisa Watson, Ronald Wedge, Kristy Wheaton, Brian Wheeler Third Row: Jaclyn Winning, David Young, Melanie Young, Monique Young, David Zappala, Stacey Turner 112 114 Ghost Busters Rock Gym Football Team Undefeated Champs Spirit Week — Nerds, Carnations, and Colors ACTIVITIES: The Way They Really Were We Captured the Year in Pictures This year’s yearbook staff, led by Mrs. Gre- goire, was the best by far. Efforts by Editor- n-Chief Trang Borey, Senior Editor Susan McGrath, Underclassmen Editors Sarah Katis and Robin Palladino, and Sports Edi¬ tor Lynda Fann made this year’s Knight a success. First Row—Jane Turner, Michelle Trombly, Michelle Houde, Sarah Katis, Paula Galvagna, Barrie Rumack, Deb Strobel, Trang Borey Second Row — Liz Brown, Karen Winning, Karen Westphalen, Jeanne Hambleton, Oahn Borey, Kathy Dugan, Eleanor Dufresne, Lisa Pruchansky, Katie Fizpatrick, Denise Lane, Jen Battersby, Denise Gray, Leslie Dumas, Nancy Ippolito, Frank Sibol Trang Borey Katie Fitzpatrick 116 Sheila Perrochi, Molly O’Donnell Karen Westphalen, Katie Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Gregoire, Eleanor Dufresne, Trang Borey Karen Westphalen Literary Extravaganza Bourbon Red introduced the first annual Poetry Extra¬ vaganza writing contest this year. The winning poems were published in the issue, and winners were awarded food and gift certificates. Under the direction of Mrs. Hannum, the literary maga¬ zine proved to be a great suc¬ cess with the combined efforts of Kim Leighton, Lyn¬ da Fann, Dawna Zajac, Trang Borey, an d John Richter. First Row: (1-r) Kim Leighton, Ahn Lee, Nancy Ippolito, Trang Borey. Second row — Mrs. Hannum, Tim Murphy, Julie Todd, Alana Schmidt, John Richter, Katie Fitzpatrick. Advisor — Mrs. Margaret Hannum. Trang Borey, Kim Leighton, Julie Todd, John Richter, Ahn Lee, Alana Schmidt. The Squire’s Pages First Row: Tim Muiphy, Courtney Pangione, Chris Spero, Tracey Nicolosi, Jen Loyall, Dawna Zajac, Standing — Andy Petronio, Katie Meade, Mike Mochezuku, Denise Gray, Ann Lee, Carolyn Duffy, Kathy Streeter, John Richler, Elaine Fann, Brian Novelline, Jeanne Hambleton, Katie Fitzpatrick, Margie Luck, Brandy Matthews This year’s Squire, under the leadership of Mr. Paul Gregoire continued its tradi¬ tion as an interesting news¬ paper. The paper, which publishes approximately seven issues a year, aims to inform its students of school activities, such as, the band, the pep rally and sports. It was edited by chief Jeri Silberman and Jen Loyall and staffed by numerous other students. Jennifer Loyall II ■ Dawna Zajac Brian Novelline, Denise Gray Mr. Paul Gregoire — advisor 119 Team Triumphant Mr. Rudd’s speech team won many of its meets throughout the year. Eloquent speakers Carolyn Duffy, Timothy Murphy, Yvette Hrenchir and Marc Rando helped spur the team to some excellent ranks. First Row: (1-r) Mike Slipp, Kim Leighton, Mr. Rudd. Second Row: Michelle Determan, Yvette Hrencher, Karen Slipkowsky, Ahn Lee, Mura McClung. Third row; Tim Murphy, Sheila Cruickshank, Marc Rando, Cindy Esselstrom, Carolyn Duffy, Renee Savage, Mary Beth Katis, Jim Hurley, Michelle Gilbert, Lucinda Ferguson. (1-r) Michelle Determan, Carolyn Duffy, Tim Murphy. (1-r) Mary Beth Katis, Lucinda Ferguson, Yvette Hrencher, Michelle Gilbert, Karen Slipkowsky. 120 Standing — Sheila Cruckshank, Kim Leighton. Sitting — Karen Slipkowsky, Michael Slip. Marc Rando, Carolyn Duffy. Monica Tecca, Michelle Determan Advisor — Mr. Ed Rudd Sheila Cruckshank, Kim Leighton, Michael Slip, Mark Rando. Carolyn Duffy. 121 Band Generates Enthusiasm Talented and interested musicians com¬ bined this year to create a band of increas¬ ing size and popularity. The marching band and the five member color guard was applauded for their outstanding efforts throughout the year in parades and on the football field. The stage and concert bands provided quality entertainment to please all audiences. Credited for their achievements are director Walter Selima, drum major Janice Pierce and the band members. All are hopeful for the future success of the band. Mr. Selima First Row: Rhoda Forgetta, Andrea Forgetta, Donna-Marie Sullivan, Cheryl Whittaker, Chris Gabriel Second Row: Lisa Mazurenko, Holly Henshaw, Jennifer Holt, Dee Dee Boulanger, Sarah Dickson, Melisa Schwabb Chris Tecca, Steve Morin, Kelly Steer, Monica Tecca, Bill Busineau, Cathy Rossiter, Kate McCormick Second Row: Bill McGuire, Jim Fulks, Kim Atkins, Bob Vernon Chorus First Row — Gary Fox, Mike Slipp, Bob Hamden, Pat Hayes, Matt Morin, John Twomey, Jim Lee, Eric Swenson, Second Row: Brendon Ramsden, Andy Petronio. Third Row: Lisa Mazeurenko, Robyn Des Roches, Mary-Ellen McPhee, Andrea Forgetta, Kris Sobel, Kim Fano, Sue Spillman, Maureen Sergi, Beth Simmonds, Cheryl Ventura, Michelle Zalinsky, Leslie Dumas, Sheila Cruckshank, Kelly Messina, Sherie Watson, Charlene Logue, Rachel Wilson, Fourth Row: Pam Beattie, Lisa Lascola, Julie Todd, Karen Osgood, Jen Holt, Dee Dee Boulanger, Tricia Blackstock, Sue Koscielnak, Trinette Dushame, Holly Henshaw, Lisa Holzmann, Cindy Esselstrom, Carolyn Busci, Molly O’Connell, Christy Hamilton, Virginia Curren, Monica Teeca, Shari Vaselli. The Beat of the 80’s Tom Goebel, Michelle Determan Bill Busineau, Steve Morin, Tom Goebel, Monica Tecca. Michelle Determan John Musumeci Just Fiddlin’ Around This year’s musical, Fiddler on the Roof proved to be a grand success. While the play took place in Russia in 1905, practices, starting in February, were held until showtime in April. Star performances were made by Leads Steve Tahan and Vicky Morrow under the direction of Directors Mrs. Maloney-Brown and Miss Graham. Marc Rando, Dee Dee Boulanger, Cindi Esselstrom, Sal Testa Mrs. Maloney-Brown, Miss Graham Rachel Wilson, Leslie Dionne, Kristen Donovan, Kristen Spero, Renee Savage Sue Spillman Steve Tahan, Monica Tecca First Row: (1-r) Jodi Fordan, Rachel Wilson, Leslie Dionne, Renee Savage. Second Row: Becca Sullivan, Kristin Donovan, Colleen Sal Testa, Yvette Hrenchir Walsh, Eric Swenson, Sheila Cruickshank, Inga Larson. Third Row: Carolyn Busci, Sue Carey, Julie Todd, Melissa Schwab Melissa Schwab, Yvette Hrenchir Vicky Morrow, Sheryl Frazier, Rhoda Forgetta, Cindi Esselstrom, Dee Dee Boulangt Donna-Mane Sullivan, Mike Slipp. First Row (1-r) Rachel Wilson, Leslie Dionne, Renee Savage, Kristen Spero. Second Row: Andy Petronio, Becca Sullivan, Kristen Dono¬ van, Colleen Walsh, Eric Swenson, Sheila Cruickshank. Third Row: Jeff Murphy. Count Dracula Strikes Again! The National Honor Society greeted many new members this spring at the annu al in¬ duction ceremony. Advisor Leonard De¬ Simone and officers Lynda Fann, Jeri Silberman, and Jennifer Holt organized the year’s activities including the Blood Drives, rhone-a-Thon, and Bake Sale. With the tremendous help of the faculty and stu¬ dents, a record number of 50 pints was donated this fall. The willing victims fell prey to Count Dracula again in the spring. Liz Duffy Manisha Patel Guest Speaker Liz Duffy, Andrea Matched, Anne Dunigan, William Duffy Dr. Bernal Mr. DeSimone, Mr. Desmond 126 Class of ’85 — Winners on Field Dave Salois, Jay Trevisan, Chris Abel, Dave Dockray, Chuck Steinbrecker, Chuck Dunn Dean Delucca, Mike Keegan, Rob Skiba, Katie Degnan, Molly O’Donnell Sal Testa Andy Heinze, Mike Waldup, Eric Benson, John Leavitt Relay runners: Jen Sobel, Lisa Pascucci Danielle Dixon Robert Skiba B.J. Ferris 129 Sheraton Rolling Green Cite of Junior-Senior Prom This year’s Senior Junior Prom began with the Grand March held in the North Andover High School gym and progressed to the Sheraton Rolling Green in Andover, Mass. Brightly-colored gowns were set off by matching tuxes as students enjoyed one of the nicest nights of the year. Stephanie Broderick, Brian Pearson, Jill Kochanczyk, Dave Alakel Gene Salois, Kelly Peck 130 Pam Smith, Frank O’Connor Chuck Bemble, Jaynellen Walsh, Steve Ward, Julie Barry, Mike Walsh, Elaine Lebrun, Dave Modigliani, Melissa Frulla Mike Dockray Angela Calzetta, Eric Tobin Kris Swenson, Jim Coupe, Pam Smith 131 Homecoming Queen — Bonnie Seablom Andy Dobson and Valerie De Jong. Bill Marcotte and Bonnie Seablom. Jim Gurry and Janet Gosselin. bn • M a Jeri Silberman and Sal Testa. 132 Katie Degnan and Jim Carroll. Bonnie Seablom and Bill Marcotte. The Queen and her court. 133 The Ghostbusters — Rock Gym for Rally The football team Bill Busineau, Monica Tecca, Steve Morin Derrick Stoudemire The Ghostbusters Dee Dee Boulanger, Jen Holt, Carolyn Busci, Donna-Marie Sullivan, Cindy Esselstrom Mr. Spadafore Flaky Puff 134 John Musumechi The Cheer The Lineup Ghostbuster’s Dance The Beautiful Dancing Girls David Kozemchak, Mr. Desmond The Christmas Spirit — December, 1984 136 137 Nerd Day New to School Sean Pangeoni Ms. Maloney-Brown 138 Glenn Wyllie Rob Fredette, Dave Braga - .JeSss ' ■ i v Matt Morin Corridor Nerd 139 Mexican Magic Once again Mr. Mario Gior¬ dano led a group of Spanish speaking enthu¬ siasts on an ex¬ cursion during the April vacation break. This time the Spanish stu¬ dents toured the pyramids of Mexico, viewed Spanish bull fights and tasted Mexican cuisine. First Row (L-R) — A1 Jones, Eric Reasor, Bob Marconi. Tom Sheehan, Todd Noonan, Chaperone Second Row — Sheila Perrocchi, Sheriee Perrochi, Rich Rozzi, Jen Stulgis, Kristen Swenson, Arlene Uzynski, Marc Rando, Gary Reasor Let me Count the Ways . First Row: (1-r) Pam Schwartz, Ahn Lee, Lee Altman, Bill Busineau. Second Row: Mollie O’Donnell, Sheila Purocchi. Third Row: Sal Testa, Carolyn Duffy, Todd Noonan, Salwan Azar, Kendall, Sue McGrath. The Math Team, led by Coach Forgetta and Coach Dinsmore, completed the season with an awesome average. Adding to this year’s total were high scor¬ ers Carolyn Duffy, Lynda Fann, Wayne Altman, and Todd Noonan. Others include Susan McGrath, Jeff Donahue, and Salwan Abi-Ezzi. Ahn Lee Salwan Azar Secretaries Earn Trip This year the Scarlet Knight Secretar¬ ies led by business teacher, Mrs. Nina DeMerritt earned an all-expense paid trip to Boston by typing for the facilty and students throughout the year. This expe¬ rience provided a valuable service to the school, practice for the secretaries and a fun-filled day in Boston. First Row (L-R) Lucie Belanger, Mrs. DeMerrit, Amy Wright, Pat Andrews, Peter Beresford. Second Row: Leslie Zolla, Deanna Melucci. Chess Team Churns out Victories Coached by Mr. Richard Kiberd, the Chess Club demonstrated some very strategic moves as it won matches against such foes as Saint John’s Prep and Phillips Academy. D.J. Ramsden, Paul Carbonell, Mr. Kiberd, Dave Ritchie, Brendan Ramsden 142 Chorus Has Cabaret Night, Spring Concert and Christmas Assembly This year the chorus and band joined to perform Cabaret Night at the Atkinson School Auditorium. In addition, the chorus performed its spring concert and sang at numerous events over the Christmas season, the highlight of which was the Christmas Assembly. Miss Graham and her vocalists deserve a great deal of credit for their harmonious efforts. Soloist Dee Dee Boulanger Miss Beth Graham Miss Graham and Chorus at Christmas Concert 143 A Voice For All Under the direction of Mr. Paul Spadafore, the Student Council worked well together in an attempt to bring spirit into N.A.H.S. The students organized the many dances, class parties, and spirit week. The officers that led the club included Carolyn Duffy — president, Molly O’Donnell — Vice president, Shaila Perrochi — secretary, and Sal Testa — treasurer. Sal Testa, Greg Kasprzak, Chris Skiba, Jay Logue, Dave Kozemchak (L-R) — Dayna Wilson, Mr. Spadafore, Janet Gosselin First Row — Steven Silberman. Mahul Patel, Chris Logue, Ellen Balmas, Greg Widmyer. Beth Barry Second Row — Tim Murphy, Jim Jurley, Mark Harrington, Colby Barbera, Kelly Tobin, Connie Jo Bernal, Arlene Uszynski, Kristen Donovan, Chris Hajjar. Third Row — Winn Matthews, John Twomey, Katie Fitzpatrick, Sheila Perocchi, Sean Mullen, Sherry Perocchi, Monica Tecca, Julie Papalia, Todd Noonan. John Leavitt Fourth Row — Wayne Altman, Sal Testa, Molly O’Donnell, Patty Bryan, Katie Degana, Tracy Connolly, DeeDee Boulanger, Donna Marie Sullivan. Carolyn Duffy, Deana Brucato, Leslie Dionne, Jennifer Miller, Celeste Derry. 144 (L-R) — Donna Marie Sullivan, Molly O’Donnell, DeeDee Boulanger First Row — Sal Testa, Sheila Perocchi, Molly O’Donnell Second Row — Mrs. Demeritt Carolyn Duffy, Sak Testa. Sheila Perocchi, Molly O’Donnell Kelly Tobin Ellen Balmas Mr. Kappotis’ Group Sights Moby Dick The annual spring whale watch held in May out of Salem’s Pickering Wharf was another great success. The hot sun, salty air and numerous whale citings made the day a memorable one. Once again Mr. John Kappotis led a successful venture into the high seas Moby III isif 146 The Whalewatchers Jane Turner Lisa Kulpinski MVVrV Theresa Peluso Kenya Moves North First Row — Janet O’Neil, Karen Fulks, Trang Borey, Lisa Palmer, Christy Carlson, Sue McGrath Second Row — Jeanne Hambleton, Monica Tecca, Jen Meldrum, Mark Rando, DeeDee Boulanger, Jeff Donahue, Mike Peterson, Kendall Davis. Third Row — Mrs. Kirk Thompson, Jen Loyall, Nancy Erban, Sal Testa This year’s A.F.S. student Hadija Hatimy from Kenya, South Africa added an exciting and broadening dimension to North Andover High School. Under the direction of Mrs. Thompson and president Nancy Erban, the A.F.S. helped Hadija adjust to the United States. The club also provided opportunities for A.F.S. members to travel and meet interesting people. Some im¬ portant members include Sal Testa, Susan McGrath, Bill Busineau, Jeanne Hambelton, and Mike Peterson. Sal Testa, Mrs. Kirk Thompson Mrs. Kirk Thompson, Nancy Erban, Jen Loyall, Sal Testa 147 148 149 C.A.L. First Row: Tim Scanlon, Rich Rozzi, Marc Rando, Bob Marconi, Jeff Callahan, Chris Abel, Dave Braga, Dave Kozemchak, Tobie Adie, Peter Lehayee, Jim Gurry, A1 Rosenbaum, Steve Swiniarski, Jay Trevisan, Dave Dockray, Dave Salois Second Row: P.J, McCabe, Mike Casale, Ed Ronan, Dan Cyr, Pat Carano, Andy Dobson, Nick Ditchara, Mike Keegan, Frank Keneally, Craig Wonson, John Lesofsky, Von Hoehn, David Skiba, Todd Corcoran, Chuck Dichara, Boyd Foulds, Jay Marconi Third Row: Coach Callagy, Art Lumb, Greg Wydmyer, Mike Cavanaugh, Todd Whitley, Rick Fredette, Jeff Nazarian, Rob Cheevers, Daren Frizzazi, Chris Blezinski, Rob Pollina, Lenny Analaro, Sean Keneally, Coach Callagy Fourth Row: Mr. Cavanaugh, Pete Kookin, Mike Gordon, Mike Parker, Dave Carney, Paul Driscoll, Mark Dorsey, Sam Conte, John Splendore, Mark Mank, Steve Connelly, Joe Runge, Coach Beaudoin Dave Braga, Dave Kozemchak Champions This year’s varsity football team went unde¬ feated in the Cape Ann League with a record of 9-0. The team was led by co-captains Dave Braga and Dave Kozemchak and coached by Mr. Michael Cavanaugh, Gerry Callagy, Kevin Callagy, Phil Miller and Steve Beaudoin. Next year’s hopes are set just as high because of the returning juniors Todd Whitley, Rob Cheevers and Michael Cava¬ naugh. First Row (1-r) Michelle Bazarian, Chris Clark, Eric Reasor, Paul Driscoll, Chris Blezinski, Daren Frezzazi, Ed Ronan. Boyd Foulds, Jay Marconi, Chuck Ditchara, Dave Carney, Greg Widemeyer, Christy Carlson. Second row — Coach Beaudoin, Joe Runge, Mark Mank, Dave Hermann, Mike Parker, Sam Conte, Chad Dalton, John Splendore, Steve Connelly, Bill Wolfendon, Mike Gordon, B.J. Ferris, Lenny Analaro, Sean Keneally, Roni Pollina. Dvae Karem, Bill Young, Mark Dockray. 151 Kathy Cahill Kristen Peerless : ; U : T ' r - - fv i Yvette Hrencher I Paul Driscoll J.V. Soccer Girls Get Their Kicks (l-r) First Row: Lisa Demellis, Gina Torrisi, Maura O’Connell, Ann-Marie Lyons, Lori Takesian, Lias Boulanger, Sue Curley, Pam Picard (1-r) Second Row: Kim Riordean, Anne Lynch, Tracey Nicolosi, Julie Fragala, Naomi Gulezian, Candice Kirkiles, Tammy Warren, Jackie Burns (l-r) Third Row: Kristin Pearce, Julie Cipolla, Sandy Osgood, Wendy Foulds, Lisa Cimmino, Melissa Schwab, Kelley Beal, Maria Soule, Coach McCarthy, Kris McCarthy This year’s J.V. Soc¬ cer Team led by co- captains Maura O’ Conner and Anne Marie Lyons had a super season. They played well in all their games and should do even bet¬ ter next year. Gina Torrisi, Pam Picard Candice Kirkiles, Lisa Cimmino Lori Takesian, Pam Picard, Candice Kirkiles Kathy Rossiter, Michelle Hartley, Kelli Steer 153 Soccer Team Uses Its Head The 1984-1985 soccer team made the state tournament this year and finished off its season with a 15-2-1 record. They were led by Coach DiMarca and tri-captains Pat Connolly, Greg Kasprzak and Sean Randall. This year two players were chosen for All-Stars: Mike Sullivan, Greg Kasprzak, and three for All- League: Sean Randall: Fred Kratz and Mike Moody. Others who contributed to the success of the team were Tom and Pete Fragala and goalie Steve Marchand. Next year the players should prove to be victorious with the return of Mike Moody, Fred Kratz and Steve Nugent. Mike Moody Greg Kasperzack Bill Lynch Steve Marchand First Row: Mike Moody, Tom Fragala, Brian Novelline, Pat Connolly, Steve Marchand, Chris Redman, Sean Randall, Greg Kasperzack, Peter Fragalla, Glen Wyllie, Brian Pearson, John Mele Second Row: Coach DiMarca, Matt Hayden, Chris Von Maack, Todd Noonan, Fred Kratz, Bill Lynch, Ronnie McPhail, Dave Fragalla, Brian Miller, John Van Houten, Ed Meagher, Mark Harrington, Scott Dearman, Ken Roy, Doug Todd, Jeff Hartley, Steve Nugent, Mike Sullivan, Frank Kirkpatrick 154 Steve Marchand Mike Moody Sean Randall Steve Marchand |PT ■e •He 155 Girls Kick Led by Kathy Mahoney, this year’s Girls Varsity Soccer Team en¬ tered the tourna¬ ment for the first time in its history. Coached by Mr. Don Ellard, the team has its best record with acco¬ lades going to Keri Whipple, Kathy Mahoney, Tina and Tammy Kehrig and Jackie Tomko. Their Way to Victory First Row: Allison McCabe, Mary Beth Lyons, Tami Kehrig, Keri Whipple, Lynn McDonald, Jackie Tomko, Kelly Messina Second Row: Tina Kehrig, Noreen Dearman, Molly O’Connel, Tayna Kasprzak, Kristen Klueber, Amy Gross, Sue Bateman Third Row: Robin Townley, Kathy McElroy, Sheila Haley, Inga Larson, Kathy Mahoney, Kelli Steer, Cathy Canie, Michelle Hartley, Cathy Rossiter, Coach Don Ellard Sue Bateman, Tina Kehrig 156 Lynn MacDonald 157 Boys’ Cross Country The new coach, Mr. Welch, was pleased with the per¬ formances of the team ending its season 3 and 8. Captains were Eric Hamblet, Matt Morin and Paul Quintal. Eric Hamblet was top runner over all, while the other team members battled for second depending on the meet. Se¬ nior Pat Bagley, also, was a strong competitor. (1-r) — Pat Bagley, Paul Quintal, Eric Hamblet, Clay Reynolds Eric Hamblet First Row (1-r) — Rob McLeish, Pat Bagley, Pawl Quintal, Eric Hamblet, Matt Morin, Bill Busineau Second Row — (1-r) — John Cummings, DT Ramsden, Andy Petronio, Brendon Ramsdan, Clay Reynolds, Scott MacLean Third Row (1-r) — Mr. Welch, Tim Howard, Dave Richie, Rick DeLisle, Chris Gregor, Dan Arcidiacono, Paul Heinze. 158 Dave Richie On Your Mark, Get Set ... ANOTVei, This year’s cross country under the new coaching of Mr. Welch ended its season with a 6 and 4 record. Capt. Jen Loyall was one of the most consistent runners and was the top runner of the team. Kris Noble, Karen Winning, Cherri Perochi and Annette Gilbert finished up the top five. Coach Welch was very pleased with this year’s team, saying it was good and fairly young. (1-r) — First Row — Karen Winning, Dawn Mur¬ phy, Kris Noble, Sherrie Perrochie, Annete Pierog, Heather Bent Second Row — Coach Welsh, Mary Beth Katis, Michele Gilbert, Jan Evans, Claire Fitz¬ patrick Kris Noble The Line Up Jan Evans 159 Spirits High, Scoring Low In spite of a losing season, Coach Korb and the Knights finally drove in their first tie after long hours of hard work. Offensively, Kathy Killourie scored the only goal of the season. However, the defense held their own, keep¬ ing almost all the games within one goal. Three players were chosen to play in the All-Star game: Susan McGrath, Lynda Fann, and Nancy Erban. Jen Sobel, Kelly Peck, Lisa Pascucci, and Sarah Katis should lead in the upcoming year. First Row: Lisa Pascucci, Nancy Erban, Susan McGrath, Maureen Dowe, Janet Gosselin, Lynda Fann, Jill Wamshuis, Ellen Balmas. Second Row: Betsy Bradley, Shari Watson, Sue Pellitier, Jen Sobel, Kathy Kilourie, Kristen Adams, Kelli Peck, Sarah Katis, Sarah Livesy, Coach Korb. Lynda Fann Kathy Kilourie, Shari Watson Sue McGrath Shari Watson 160 Lynda Fann Sue Pelitier, Shari Watson, Lisa Pascucci Sue McGrath Kelli Peck, Jen Sobel, Nancy Erban, Kristen Adams Sarah Livesy Halftime 161 Gurry, Lally and Papallia Lead Team Despite an unimpressive sea¬ son, the J.V. Field Hockey team worked hard. Although no goals were scored, the improving offense was led by sophomores Kelly Gurry, Karen Lally and Julie Papallia. The defense, led by soph¬ omores Kelly Radmae, Cathy Cavanaugh, Erin McLaughlin, Michelle Piotte and junior Deana Brucato, stopped many scoring attempts. Also, Chris Churma had an excellent season at goalie. The team ended its season under coach Plomondon with an 0-9-3 record. (L-R) — Sue Picard, Kara Dowe, Karen Lally, Jen Drigian, Michelle Piotte, Kelly Radmae, Kelly Gurry, Cindy Dufresne (First Row, L-R) — Deanna Brucato, Cindy Dufresne, Karen Lally, Michelle Piotte, Cathy Cavanaugh, Julie Papalia, Chris Chumura, Sue Picard 162 North Andover High School Swingers ... —iwiii»h njfcnjM (L-R) — Bottom Row — Blaine Melanson, Eric Loyall, Chris Tettler, Kolby Barbera, Steve Maurer, Mr. Pritchard, Mark Dorsey, Dan Rennie Justin Zuill Coached by Mr. Ted Pritchard, this year’s Golf Team had an excellent season. Golf pros Mitch Heller, Mark Dorsey, and Eric Craigo led the team in its efforts. Blaine Melanson Boys Race to Win Eric Braqo, Doug Gal¬ lagher, Mark Sturgis, Dean DeLuca, Sean Henry, Richard Stratton, Chris Mertz, Glenn Wyl- lie, Gary Frazer Second Row: Mr. Joseph Santa- larsci, Mr. John Kappotis, John Cummings, Bob Keen, Joe Blandini, John Musumeci, Casey Cor¬ coran, Mike Battersby, Paul McMillan, Mike Wald, Matt Dellacrocie, John Lesofsky, Scott Beardon, Steve Morin, Bill Stratton, Chuck Ceoffi, Bill Young, John Splendore, Ken Roy, Jay Marconi, Mr. Jerome Marchegiani. Girls Ski to Winning Season The girls’ ski team started off with three wins and ended their season with a record of six wins and four loss¬ es. All of the races were held at Bradford ski area and the team was led by captains Noreen Dearman and Sheila Haley. First Row: (1-r) Carol Burns, Margaret Helfrich, Jill Collins, Lisa Cimino, Kirsten Killilea, Jen Stulgis, Kathy Killourie, Denise Lane, Cindy Esselstrom, Adrienne Stratoulie, Ginny Curren, Sheila Haley, Michelle Zalinsky, Susan Curley. Second Row: Coach Joesph Santalarsci, Coach John Kappotis, Kim O’Neill, Heather Robinson, Jennifer Evans, Heanne Perna, Julie Dorsey, Susan King,. Sarah Livesay, Lisa Pascucci, Jen Battersby, Jackie Tomko, Noreen Dearman, Mary Beth Lyons, Pam Pickard, Kathy Streeter, Elaina, Coach Jerome Marche- giani. Boys Win Cape Ann League Championship The Varsity Hockey Team ended its season with a 14-1-1 record, thus winning the Cape Ann League Championship. Coached by Mr. James Logue and captained by Andy Heinze the superb team dominated the ice with the help of Rob Cheev- ers, Ed Ronan, Jay Logue, Mike Cavanaugh and Jim Gurry. iNCfcvr mprth m j r iaavFjJI First Row: (1-r) Rick Fredette, Dave Dockray, Jeff Hartley, Andy Heinze, Ted Shields, Mike Keegan, Ed Ronan, Jim Gurry,. Second Row: Jay Logue, Mike Parker, Steve Heinze, Dan Rennie, Mike Cavanaugh, Tobie Adie, Mark Dockray, Scott Mendes, Chris Logue, Rob Cheevers 166 167 Girls Dominate League This year’s Girls’ Varsity Basketball team led by Cap¬ tain Kris Uttley and Beth Kalinowski swept unde¬ feated through the Cape Ann League. Kris Uttley also set an impressive record with over one thousand points in her high school career. The team was coached by Mr. Robert Parker. First Row: (1-r) Joan Bushnell, Katie Moran, Kris Uttley, Tami Kehrig. Second Row: Kendall Lippman, Beth Ann Labelle, Arlene Uzynski, Maggie Pemble, Elizabeth Kalinowski, Maureen Furneaux, Tina Kehrig, Coach Parker Coach Parker Tammi Kehrig, Beth Labelle, Tina Kehrig, Katie Moran Kris Uttley Kim Riordan Tammi Kehrig Maggie Pemble Betsy Flynn, Kim Riordan, Tina Kehrig Tina Kehrig, Kim Riordan 169 Gina Torrissi Girls’ Team Has Great Season This year’s Junior Varsity Basketball Team had an ex¬ tremely successful season under their new coach, Mr. Stephenson. Team members led by Karen Nadeau and Robin Townely led the team to a Cape Ann League Championship. NORTH 34 ( NDOVlfI NORTH NOOVf First Row: (1-r) Joyce Whalen, Kristen Roberts, Kristen Peerless, Robin Townley, Karen Nadeau, Betsy Flynn, Heather Anderson, Mr. Stephenson. Second Row: Patty St. Hilare, Kendra Liffpman, Beth Labelle, Tara Callagy, Kim Riordan, Gina Torrissi, Erin McLaughlan, Jen Devine, Jen Hyder. Kristen Roberts Kendra Lippman 170 Boys’ Basketball — Undefeated First Row (1-r) Winn Mathews, Bob Bryant. Peter Rohde, Captain Mike Gordon, Captain Frank Kirkpatrick, Sam Conte, Ron Pollino. Second Row: Rob Danus, Dave Herrmann, Matt Strobel, Peter Sullivan, Sean Kennealley, Sean Murphy, John McEllinney, Jim Miller, Coach Miller Mike Gordon, Peter Sullivan Matt Strobel The J.V. Boys Basketball team coached by Phil Miller had a final record of 15 and 0. Out¬ standing players were Mike Gordon, Frank Kirkpatrick, and Winn Matthews. Frank Kirkpatrick Mike Gordon 171 Boys Go Undefeated Mr. Michael McVeigh’s Varsity Basketball team had an outstanding sea¬ son winning each of its games in the Cape Ann League, thus capturing the league title. Outstand¬ ing performances were put in by Dan Murphy, Derrick Stoudemire and Jon Leavitt. The team also won the Christmas Tournament held at Mer¬ rimack College and went to the State Tournament. First Row: (1-r) Chris Rowan, Bill Gordon, Derrick Stoudemire, Dan Murphy, Captain, John Leavitt, Captain, Rich Blinn. Bill Moeckle. Second Row: Coach Michael McVeigh, Barrie-Jane Rumack, Peter Kooken, David Carney, Paul Ventura, Brandy Matthews. Paul McCabe, Frank Kennealley, David Hall, Sheila Long, John McVeigh. Frank Kennealley Rich Blinn Chris Rowan Chris Rowan Jon Leavitt Derrick Stoudemire Billy Gordon 173 N.A.H.S. Wrestling Team The captains for this year’s N.A.H.S. varsity wrestling team are Mike Anderson, Sean Randal, and Dave Salois. The team’s Cape Ann League record for the 1984-1985 season was 7 and 1. They had an outstanding sea¬ son overall, but their greatest accomplishment was winning the Com¬ monwealth Cup at Way- land High School. The team has another success¬ ful and exciting season to look forward to next year with the return of many underclassmen who are doing very well for the varsity team. 1.1 , JWL i wA First Row: (1-r) Coach Bill Gendron, Dan McKallagat, Sean Randall, David Salois, Michael Anderson, Andy Dobson, Coach Howard Crazier. Second Row: Patty Bryant Scott Nussbaum, Randy Ebright Jeff Roche, Jim Pettine, Dan Enaire, Matt Abel, Paul Driscoll, Joel Enaire, Boyd Foulds, Kevin Richards, Von Hoehn. Third Row: Matt Maher, Brendan Richards, Chad Dalton, Doug Dreffer, Sean Clark, Brian Wheeler, Colin Farragher, Steve Pangione, Pat Bum, Jim Nahill, Mike Shea. Fifth Row: Dale Enaire, Jason Ouellette, Garrett Smith, Andy McLeish, Scott Determan Jim Nahill 174 - Brai Andy Dobson Boyd Foulds Jim Pettine Dan McKallagat 175 Gymnasts Tackle Balance Beam, Parallel Bars and Mats This year’s Gymnastics Team was led by a new coach. Mr. Daniel Desmond, Jr. coached his team to a very successful year. Senior gymnasts Paula Gal- vagna and Kathy Rennie along with new enthusiasts such as Stephanie Tuttle led the team in its matches. Kathy Rennie First Row: Annette Pierog. Second Row: Stephanie Tuttle, Paula Galvagna. Third Row: Mr. Dan Desmond, Jr., Amy Trask, Jodi Gallant, Billy Dufresne. Fourth Row: Kathy Rennie, Kelly Peck. 176 Kelly Peck 177 Cheerleaders Champion the Champions This year’s cheerleading squad coached by Miss Mary Driscoll did an outstanding job of spirit¬ ing all of the athletic teams onto victory. The girls worked diligently at each athletic contest and practiced for hours after school on the days be¬ tween events. The squads truly deserve a great deal of credit and appreciation. Celeste Derry -- S|. 4 3j m m .4 • (First Row) Chrissie Hajjar, Julie Barry, Celeste Derry, Tina DiMarca (Second Row) Charlene Logue, Peg Driscoll, Corinne Nitzsche, Lori Morin, (Third Row) Sue Picard, Missy Atwood, Karen Sterns, Michelle Greene. 178 179 Baseball Team Lands Right On Home Base The Scarlet Knights’ Baseball Team, headed by Coach Strobel, clobbered their opponents this season. Andy Heinze and Chris Abel helped to lead their team to victory. With singles, doubles, triples, and home runs, the Knights proved them¬ selves to be a smashing success. Andy Heinze Paul McCabe Mike Atwood, Coach Strobel, Bill Herrman Ketih Burt Jim Norwood 180 First Row: Andy Heinze, Chuck Pemble, Kamal Asar, Mike Atwood, Chris Strobel, Jim Norwood, Bill Hermann, Steve Ward, Joe Basin Second Row: Rich Blinn, Keith Burt, Nick DiChiara, Chris Abel, Mike Cavanaugh, Jon Leavitt, Paul Bernardin, Paul McCabe, Coach Strobel Keith Burt 181 Boys’ Track The captains for this year’s track team are Dave Kozemchak, Eric Hamblet and Jay Trevisan. The team hopes to improve over last years record of 5 wins and 4 losses with the help from Tobey Adie, Tom Fragala, Pete Fragala and Derrick Stoudemire. Under a new coach and promising underclassmen, the future for boys’ track should add up to success. Chuck Dunn Row 1 — Will Duffy, Mike Denitto, Brian Moody , Peter Killilea, Paul McDonald, Chris McLaughlin, Bill Jasinski, Derrick Studemire Row 2 — Pat Bagley, Tom Fra¬ gala, Greg Kasper- zak, Paul Quintal, Chuck Steinbrecker, Chuck Dunn, Rich Stratton, Dave Kozemchak, Jay Tre- vison, Frank Kenelly, Pete Fragala Row 3 — Mr. welch, Rich Casino, Mike Peter¬ son, Kendall Davis, Raj Gupta, Gary Reasor, Eric Reasor, Ronny Melendez, Eric Flamblett Row 4 — Tim OGurry, Mike Sullivan, Mark Dock- ray, Steve Nugent, Colin Faragher, Mark Dorsey Row 5 — Brian Pearson, Rob Fredette, Jason Houghton, Bob Keen, Scott Dosoir, Mr. Miller, (Missing— Dave Emrick, Joe Palladino, Frank Shodder, Russ Des Roches) Row 6 — BJ Ferris, Eric Wald, Tim Murphy Pat Bagley, Paul McDonald, Will Duffy Jay Trevisan 182 Chuck Steinbrecker Rob Fredette Greg Kasprzak Tom Fragala Derrick Stoudemire 183 Girls’ Track Team Under new coaching conditions, this year’s Girls’ Track Team looks to be very promising. After last year’s record of 6 wins and 3 losses, the N.A.H.S. girls competed with great success against the powerhouses aided by captain Chris Uttley in the long jump and 440 and captain Kelli Regan in the high jump and 880. The large fresh¬ man turnout should continue to keep the N.A.H.S. goal of victory. Ellen Balmas Jenny Loyall Ellen Balmas First Row — Coach Sheehan, Lisa Pimpis, Pat Stone, Lisa Benincasa, Erin Muldoon, Kellie Regan, Kris Pascucci, Katie Moran, Sue Pelletier, Kelly Peck, Coach Lawlor Second Row — Lisa Pascucci, Ellen Balmas, Andrea Foegetta, Jenny Loyall, Leslie Miles, Kelly Steer, Jen Sobel, Maura O’Connell Third Row — Christy Carlson, Pam Fontaine, Julie Fragala, Yvette Hrenchir, Kris Noble, Ann-Marie Lyons, Kim Riordon Fourth Row — Suzanna McDonald, Jill Kochanczyk, Lynne McDonald, Jackie Tomko, Brenda Regan, Laurie Quintal, Kris Donovan, Anne Lynch, Erin McLaughlin Fifth Row — Lori Moran, Kathy Cavanaugh, Kelly Gurry, Kris Sobel, Tracey Matthews, Chris Chmura, Rhonda Fundeklian, Naomi Gulezian Sixth Row — Courtney Pangione, Gina Torrisi, Margaret Helfrich, Kathy Dugan, Betsy Flinn, Mindy Rosenbaum, Jacky Burns 184 Coach Sheehan Lynne McDonald, Aimee Lynch Yvette Hrenchir, Jenny Loyall Ellen Balmas Lynne McDonald, Aimee Lynch Kris Donovan 185 Knights on Court Under the new coaching staff, this year’s Girls’ Tennis Team once again had an excellent season. Returning this season were Carolyn Duffy, Robin Palladino, Sarah Katis and Amy Mead. These starters helped the team become suc¬ cessful, and many of the younger players should also contribute to its future. Robin Palladino Amy Mead First Row — Sarah Katis, Amy Mead, Robin Palladino, Second Row — Tracy Dion, Liz Duffy, Julie Hayes, Joanne Haigney, Patty Peck Sarah Katis 186 1985 Tennis Team Serves Up Excitement The 1985 Scarlet Knights’ Tennis Team served up some excitement this year as this young team made great improvements from the previous year. As the team travelled around Cape Ann, humiliating their opponents, the balls were de¬ finitely bouncing their way. Brian Novelline. First Row (1-r) Matt Delle Croche, Wayne Altman, John Wajda, Second Row (1-r) Brian Novelline, Chris Rowan. Wayne Altman. Matt Delle Croce. 187 Softball Team Has a Homerun Season This year’s softball team had a competitive sea¬ son under their new coach. Excellent perform¬ ances by Seniors Joan Bushnell, Danielle Dixon, and Maureen Smith guided this year’s team through a solid season. There are strong under¬ classmen who promise to keep the Knight spirit flying for years to come. Maureen Dowe Tagged Danielle Dixon Andrea Brown Maureen Smith Maureen Furneaux 188 First Row: Nancy Erban, Laurie Mellilo, Maureen Dowe, Sam Rutherford, Joan Bushnell Second Row: Danielle Dixon, Sue Smith, Maggie Pemble, Beth Kalinowski, Maureen Furneaux Maureen Furneaux Maureen Dowe Jane Gosselin Nancy Erban 189 CORPORATE SCOREBOARD: THIRD-QUARTER PROFITS OF 900 COMPANIES PAGE 96 ' ■ BusinessWeek NOVEMBER 19, 1984 A McGRAW-HILL PUBLICATION $2.00 1) A.T. T 2) Gorham Hardware Decorating Center 3) McLay”s Florist Garden Center 4) R.W. 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