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. ■ 2 Change Of Pace Dedication Your enthusiasm and love for teaching has brought science to life for us. Your support and involvement outside the classroom of all students and their activities has been felt by all. You are never without a smile or friendly greeting. We dedicate the 1987 northern Light yearbook to you, Mr. Robert Albertini, for all you have done for us. Table of Contents 0 ' ' ■ ' Underclassmen - 104 Ads - 184 Seniors 136 ve- ev S ' o 4 Change Of Pace e 3 lC e. wi W o« $ c er m Change Of Pace . c e Change Of Pace V rtC 0 c Change Of Pace 7 V ' " O ' oS o 0 10 Change Of Pace kQ 12 Change Of Face 14 Change Of Pace FACULTY ■ . ■ Most of us see education as formal schooling to prepare us for the future. As a means to the end we are prepared by our teachers, so that later we may earn money, vote intelligently, raise children, serve our community and possibly our country. The old north Attleboro High School, a community school, having become outdated and badly over-crowded, was replaced by the present facility. The expanded curriculum demands time, funds and a varied supply of resources. Therefore, cooperation between the administration and faculty, and student effort, is the key to encouraging us to become responsible adults. EDITORS: Rebecca Robidoux Sarah Mandell ■ ■■■■ C. , v % _ ' • ADMINISTRATION Wilson Whitty Kenneth Pickering Principal Vice-Principal Santorini Dr. Robert Olivier Raymond Beaupre Alfred Slowe Humanities Coordinator Athletic Director Math-Science Coordinator 18 Faculty jtiMt jL. .at m ».- ■ Barbara Wilson Cindy Williams Carol Thompson Patricia Strzepka Vivian Raposa Virginia Pope Cynthia Murphy Darnell Horman Mildred Connor Faculty 19 June Crosta Hi Raymond Maloney Peter Johnson Elizabeth Qraass John Perkoski Andrea Dee Madeleine Manigian 20 Faculty Susan Young Mary Ellen Wilson Carolyn Wachta David Vito John Vandereecken Margery Tufarolo Roger Thibault Phyllis Thibault Linda Stanley Richard Smith tiirr ii irsiru c n Faculty 21 Bemiss Ruff Faculty Earlene Robert Myron Reimer Alyn Platt David Paling Judith Smith Kathleen Shockro Edward Shockro Alan Senecal Mary Ellen Samma Arthur Nunes Jean Moon Paul Metilly Brian Marsden Donna Newbury Ronald Magiera Ann Luoma Victoria Lechner Harry Lancaster Cornelia Kulczyk Faculty 23 Paul Klenk Frank Kelley Sandra Huidobro Susan Hogan John Harris Robert Hanold Robert Guthrie Jeffrey Grant Jane Gallotta Marilyn Furbush 24 Faculty Martha Frutchey James Frutchey Roger Frechette Jacquelyn Fournier Dale Flodin Kathy Farrington Dwight Estey Ted Duluk Carol Anne Duhamel Robert Dennis Faculty 25 Mildred Leary Barbara Caisse Cafeteria workers, against rail: Qayle Bettenger, Karen LeBeau, Jeannette Perkoski, Elaine Valade, Kathy Verge. Back row: Helen Theriault, Laura Grimes, Shirley Mobriant, Jean Horton, Haney Dufault, Terry Derois, Irene Hobbs. Donald Johnson Vincent Baldasaro Charles Ayotte Robert Albertini Robert Aussant David Arnold Ann Allen Last but not least . . . Faculty 27 north Attleboro is proud of its well- developed sports program. The first football team was organized in 1921 at HAHS. In the sixties the Red Rocketeers joined the Hockomock League. Baseball and football provided the biggest interest in the early years. Competition was lively, as witnessed by the 66 football, school-sponsored. Thanksgiving Day games against Attleboro. Basketball often dominated in the sixties. In the seventies Federal law and social demands accounted for the emergence of girls ' sports, giving them the chance to compete interscholastically. Girls ' track and basketball have become teams to be reckoned with. Discipline for mind and body makes sports a common meeting ground for boys and girls. Varsity Baseball team, first row: Chris Roche, Mark Housman, Matt Cody, Steve Connolly, Brad Blackburn, Tom Murphy, Jon Mikulis. Second row: Coach Bob Guthrie, Scott DiFiore, Keith Meyer, Tim Kelly, Jim Brennan, Jim Kentros, Derek Sanky, Derek Fisher, Mike Inglese. Mike Inglese looks high for the ball he just hit. Tim Kelly, Jim Kentros and Chris Roche seem to be discussing something serious. Varsity Attleboro Oliver Ames Sharon King Philip Canton Stoughton Foxboro Bishop Feehan Franklin Mansfield Oliver Ames 8 Sharon 8 HA OPP King Philip 5 5 6 Canton 5 0 13 Stoughton 10 2 1 Foxboro 7 6 4 Franklin 12 5 6 Mansfield 13 8 12 Attleboro 5 9 6 Bishop Feehan 5 4 11 9 11 W-7 L-13 1 2 Fine season The varsity baseball team, coached by Bob Guthrie, saw a very competitive season in 1987. Captained by Chris Roche and Steve Connolly, the Rocketters made their presence felt in the Hockomock League. They beat every team except for Canton. The year was highlighted by a victory over League champion King Philip early in the season. Iron man Brad Blackburn led an inexperienced pitching staff by compiling five wins. The crafty right-hander baffled opposing hitters with his curveball and knuckler. The team also did not lack for hitting. Power hitters Matt Cody, Steve Connolly and Tom Murphy combined for four home runs, as they drove in table setters Chris Roche, Mike Inglese, Tim Kelly, Scott DiFiore and Keith Meyer. The team completed a fine competitive season with a 7-9 record in the League and 7-13 overall. Jim Kentros hopes to get the ball to first in a hurry. Junior Varsity Baseball team, first Kraskouskas, John Spadaro, row: Pat McCann, Ed Cochrane, Richard Davignon, Sean Ganley, Barry Gaumond, Derek Barber, Tom Eliason, Paul LeGendre, Derek Sanky, Jon Mikulis, John Coach Don Johnson. Kraskouskas. Second row: Ryan Hargreaves, John Rijo, Jeff 30 Baseball Junior Varsity NA Attleboro 9 Sharon 9 King Philip 5 Canton 4 Stoughton 2 Foxboro 1 Bishop Feehan 1 Mansfield 10 Sharon 2 King Philip 6 Canton 4 Stoughton 6 Franklin 6 Foxboro 4 Mansfield 5 Franklin 3 Attleboro 7 Bishop Feehan 0 OPP 3 4 1 9 3 6 0 6 7 5 7 7 7 3 2 5 3 4 Chris Roche wants the ball over the plate. The boys on the bench await their turn at bat. A little tete-a-tete over the fence takes place between Mark Housman and Rosanne Achin. Freshman Baseball team. First row: Danny Tinkham, Brian Goeller, Greg Walsh, Brian Thomas, Peter Cragan, Randy Silvestri. Second row: Coach Ron DiFiore, Greg DeMattos, Matt Roy, John Kosar, Steve Vacher, Jim Cryan, Steve Johnson, Marc Croteau, Brian Spadaro. Did Matt Cody get his man out? Baseball ■H Keith Meyer watches steadily from the bench. Second straight tourney berth for boys ' hoop The 1986-87 boys ' basketball team concluded a fine season with a 12-9 record and a second straight Eastern Massachusetts State tournament berth. The Rocketeers, a young team, started off slowly, losing several close games. But the team began to jell and overcome several nagging injuries on the way to winning 6 in a row and 10 of their final twelve games. They qualified for the state tournament by defeating archrival Attleboro. Senior co-captain Rodney Lewis and promising sophomore John Mikulis earned All-Star SunChronicle honors for their efforts during the season. The team will return with a strong nucleus next season, graduating only two seniors. Tony Lewis and Mark Liberatore will captain the team. Rebound may be the name of the game in this play by Jon Mikulis. Tony Lewis watches for the ball to descend, hoping to take possession. Marc Liberatore is determined to get by the opposition. Andy Bliss seems to be in a quan-dry as he looks for someone to throw the ball to. Play gets hot as Tony Lewis thinks about stealing the ball from his opponent. Rodney Lewis makes an attempt to retrieve a loose ball. Boys ' Varsity Basketball team, first row: Captain Rodney Lewis, Coach Mike Babul. Second row: Marc Liberatore, Tim Puopolo, Jason Qittle, Tony Lewis, Andy Bliss, Paul Deppisch, Jon Mikulis, Mike Sullivan, Dave Lewis, Keith Meyer, Matt Gaulin. 32 Basketball MA OPP Bishop Feehan 56 58 Attleboro 53 35 Sharon 54 58 King Philip 56 73 Oliver Ames 65 58 Canton 44 48 Stoughton 49 51 Foxboro 54 59 Franklin 68 50 Mansfield 52 43 Oliver Ames 58 49 Sharon 66 50 King Philip 63 48 Canton 46 44 Stoughton 70 76 Foxboro 71 55 Franklin 80 63 Mansfield 69 41 Attleboro 57 41 Bishop Feehan 63 64 Matt Gaulin concentrates very hard on guarding his opponent Marc Liberatore is MOT going to let go of that ball! Jon Mikulis and Mike Sullivan scramble for the ball. Boys ' Junior Varsity Basketball team, first row: Jim Kentros, Mark Laviano, Coach Paul Deppisch dribbles past his opponent. Roy Lockwood, Derek Barber, Sebastian Bilsborough. Second row: Scott Di Fiore, Everyone ' s down! David Hartford, Matt Keyes, Eric Swanson, Brian Rodriguez, Daryl Rodriguez, Sean Ganley, Bob Miller. Basketball 33 Captained by Alyssa Gutauskas and coached by Rick Smith, the Red Rocketeers produced its third consecutive championship season. Their 17-3 regular season produced a share of the Hockomock League title, while their 23-3 overall record produced a State Championship. The Rocketeers won 6 games in the state tournament, becoming Division II South Sectional Champions, Champions of Eastern Mass, and eventually Division II State Champions. Coach Rick Smith, retiring as head coach of the Rocketeers this year, i was recipient of Coach of the Year of the Sun Chronicle All- Star team. He has been named to this 3 consecutive times, 4 times in ten years. Four players from HAHS were named to the team as well as Mr. Smith: Seniors Alyssa Gutauskas, Stephanie Cooper, Heidi Deppisch and junior Rachael Routhier. Alyssa averaged 18.1 points per game, and 12 rebounds, while being the first female in the Attleboro area and the second athlete in HAHS to score 1000 points. Alyssa now has the most c areer points of anyone in the school ' s history - 1,111. Stephanie averaged 12.2 points per game and 10 rebounds. Heidi scored 9 points per game, 9 rebounds and blocked 60 shots this season. Rachael performed superbly at guard, averaging 9 points per game and 4 assists, as well as tying the school record for assists with 14 in the State Championship game. Alyssa and Stephanie were unanimously elected to the Hockomock League All-Star team. Honorable mention to the Sun Chronicle All- Star roster included Shelley Stack, Tracy Westman and Carol Johnson. Alyssa received the MVP award: Stephanie received the Most Contributing award and Heidi was awarded the Paul Femberg coaches award. Rachael Routhier will captain the 1987-88 Girls ' Basketball team. (Related story - page 194) Alyssa Qutauskas is about to add more points to her record. Stephanie Cooper shoots right over her opponent ' s head. Girls ' Varsity Basketball team , first row: Coach Rick Smith, Captain Alyssa Qutauskas. Second row: Tracy Westman, Kristin Pickering, Kris Waseleski, Stephanie Cooper, Heidi Deppisch, Cindy Bliss, Lorine Grant, Shelley Stack, Rachael Routhier, Carol Johnson. Basketball true! They’re the Champs - a dream come The game is intensely watched from the bench by Coach Smith, Rachael Routhier, Lorine Grant, Cindy Bliss and Stephanie Cooper. Shelley Stack is deciding who is open to receive the ball. Attleboro HA 55 Foxboro 63 Sharon 55 King Philip 65 Oliver Ames 52 Canton 68 Stoughton 56 Foxboro 61 Franklin 53 Mansfield 56 Oliver Ames 59 Sharon 52 King Philip 55 Canton 59 Stoughton 55 Foxboro 67 Franklin 66 Mansfield 60 Attleboro 65 Bishop Feehan 54 Hanover 49 Milton 60 Westwood 69 Walpole 55 Wakefield 46 Athol 70 OPP 19 60 32 30 40 45 36 69 68 42 54 44 22 25 40 50 59 46 42 41 24 26 49 47 41 61 The girls take time out for a strategy session with Coach Rick Smith. Basketball Oirls ' Junior Varsity Basketball team, first row: Barbara Fellmann, Bridget Roche, Coach Debbie Dalton, Lynn Sherman, Ellen Sousa. Second row: Rolanda Booker, Jo Sias, Dawn Brandley, Qail Wilkie, Marcy Merigold, Beverly Griffin, Erin Buckley, Jennifer Foster, Mary Strachan. Carol Johnson guards well, hoping to keep her opponent from shooting. In the midst of a scramble under the basket are Lorine Grant and Kris Pickering. Tracy Westman intends to keep the ball as she charges down the court. 4 y Hard work and good times . . The 1986-87 cheering season was a successful one for everyone involved. Both football and soccer squads began practice early in June to prepare for summer camp. Football returned to MCA at Westfield State College and soccer attended HECA at Brown University. The Rocketeers shone at both camps, each squad receiving an abundance of awards for their achievements. Soccer walked away with plaques for Best Arm Motions, Best Mounts and Stunts and Best All- Around Squad. In addition, many members won awards for individual achievement: Judy McQuade and Leah Fisk for Best Gymnastics, Michelle Chagon for the Outstanding Talent award. Holly Desmarais for Most Enthusiastic, Captain Laurie Housman, the Leadership Award; and Laurie and Michele Webb, chosen as All Hew England cheerleaders. The football squad, captained by Michelle Garrow, experienced equal success, winning the Grand Championships and the opportunity to compete in the Hationwide competition, held at Erica Smith wonders how much time is left as she checks her watch. Jessie Mullen watches the progress of the game. Disney Land. Amii LeGendre was chosen as an All American cheerleader. Obviously, soccer advisor Rita Boutin and football advisor Betsy Croteau had reason to be very proud of their squads. What the basketball cheerleaders lacked in experience, they made up for in spirit. The girls, from both the football and soccer squads, enjoyed a fun-filled season and were coached by Rita Boutin. The competition squad put in numerous hours of dedicated practice — and still managed to enjoy themselves. Their performance at Franklin High School reflected their hard work and potential as a first place squad. The season was filled with new ideas and creative input from the girls. Their fundraising fashion show was a huge success. A few additions to the traditional HAHS rallies seemed to get everyone involved in school spirit. The entire season was a blend of hard work and good times; a combination which worked well for these girls. Football Cheerleaders, first row: Lisa Delaurier, Kristen Nesbitt. Second row: Amii LeGendre, Jenny Alix, Pam DiFiore, Captain Michelle Garrow, Amy Patterson. Third row: Karen Boutin, Michele Webb, Michele Ronci, Debbie Clark, Lauren Harris, Jessie Mullen. out to pose for Amii LeGendre, Pam DiFiore, Lauren Harris, Michele Webb, Michele Rond, and Michelle Garrow take time the camera. 36 Cheerleaders Cheerleaders 37 Soccer Cheerleaders, first row: Eileen McDeed, holly Desmarais, Michelle Chagnon, Judi McQuade, Sharon Stanford. Second row: Julie Mardelli, Erica Smith, Jill Kieltyka, Tara DeMarco, Kris Dyer, Captain Laurie Housman. Cheering for their basketball team are Karen Boutin, Michele Ronci and Lynn Macione. Displaying a bit of their talent are a few of the football cheerleaders. Kris Dyer seems to be most pleased about something. Karen Boutin, Jenny Alix and Debbie Clark are happy, regardless of the chill in the air. The soccer cheerleaders enthusiastically cheer on the boys. How we appeared in years past Debbie Clark, Amii LeGendre, Michele Webb, Lisa Delaurier and Lauren Harris are enjoying the game. Sharon Stanford sparkles as she cheers. Cheerleaders Basketball Cheerleaders, first row: Lynn Macione, Eileen McDeed, Karen Boutin, Michelle Chagnon, Brady Stoltz. Second Row: Julie Mardelli, Erica Smith, Sarah Rousseau, Michele Ronci, Lisa Delaurier, Kristen Nesbitt. A north alumna. Missy Golembewski, visits with old friends. Competition Cheerleaders, first row: Lynn Macione, Eileen McDeed, Michelle Chagnon, Debbie Clark, Karen Boutin, Lisa Delaurier. Second row: Julie nardetli, Sarah Rousseau, Erica Smith, Michele Ronci, Kristen nesbitt, Laurie Housman, Michele Webb. jT i? s Holly Desmarais shouts encouragement. Tara DeMarco shows her style. Cheering for the varsity football team is part of an all student pep rally. Cheerleaders Pushing uphill is Kristen Violet. 40 Cross Country Boys ' Cross Country team , first row: Mark Housman, Captain Derek Hayes, Mike Dion. Second row: Brian Lacasse, Bill Dion, Rich Romero, Mike Pestana, Kevin Hanley, Gary Gardner. Deanna Marceau pushed to keep ahead of Lori Lind. Before the start of the meet Mike Pestana and his opponent wish each other " good luck " . RunninG - the hame of the game Coached by A1 Wein- traub and captained by Derek Hayes, the boys ' Cross Country team finished the sea- son with a record of 3 and 5. The team, led by junior Mike Pes- tana, senior Derek Hayes and sophomore Gary Gardner, placed fifth in the Hockomock League meet. Pestana was elected to the Hockomock All-Star team when he placed sixth in the varsity league meet. Looking ahead to 1987 Mike Pestana will be captain. ■■■■■■ BOYS ' CROSS COUNTRY NA OPP Stoughton 32 24 King Philip 24 32 Franklin 33 22 Canton 44 19 Sharon 29 26 Mansfield 19 43 Foxboro 27 29 Oliver Ames 30 25 W-3 L-5 EXCELLENT RECORD Under new direction by Coach Dwight Estey the girls ' Cross- Country team completed an excellent season. With a record of 7-1 and captained by Kristen Violet, the girls earned a second place title in the Hockmock League. Girls ' Cross Country team, first row: Deanna Marceau, Lynn Grantham, Kristen Violet, Karen Violet, Marion Grantham. Second row: Rosanne Achin, Kris Connelly, Sarah McKinnon, Kris Hanley, Lori Lind. With overall depth and strength the girls ' success was realized regardless of many injuries. This strength stood out at the Hockomock League meet. With great satisfaction the north girls finished a mere point behinid Foxboro. Four year veteran runners, Karen and Kristen Violet, were elected to the Hockomock League All-Star team. Deanna Marceau was elected captain for 1987. ■ GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY NA OPP Stoughton 22 35 King Philip Canton Sharon 25 21 15 33 38 50 - , Mansfield 15 47 Foxboro 38 20 Oliver Ames 18 45 W-6 L-l Karen Violet - resting and relaxing. Mike Pestana creates a silly face. Mike Dion runs to beat the clock. In the lead is Beth Livingstone Rich Romero concentrates on the last leg of the run. Cross Country FUN AND COMPETITIVE Morth Attleboro goes for the goal. The Field Hockey team, led by Coach Roberta Girard and captains Stephanie Cooper and Krista Barney, placed 7th in the Hockomock League. The season finished with a record of 7 wins and 11 losses. Stephanie Cooper was awarded Most Valuable and Most Contributing Player. Sue Billingkoff received the Most Improved player award. Lorine Grant scored the most goals for the team. The Junior Varsity, led by Coach Jo Sizemore, placed first in the Hockomock League. The 1987 season will be captained by Laura Barrett and Tanya Everton. With a number of varsity players returning the season looks promising. Varsity Field Hockey team, first row: Tanya Everton, Jen Foster, Stephanie Cooper, Krista Barney, Tracy Westman, Laura Barrett. Second row: Coach Roberta Oirard, Cathy Onoyan, Kris Waseleski, Debbie Simms, Sandy Bainton, Sue Billingkoff, Lorine Grant. Third row: Karen Lake, Kim Siegwart, Cathy Savard, Kerry Ziergiebel. Krista Barney is about to whack the ball. Cathy Savard is going to backhand the ball. A little pow-wow with the ref! Field Hockey ■ H ;Jf 1 vK Bp PjP B B h 1 fS Hopkington Mansfield Stoughton Sharon Foxboro Franklin Canton Oliver Ames King Philip Bridgewater Rayham Mansfield Stoughton Sharon Foxboro Franklin Canton Oliver Ames King Philip W-7 MAOPP 2 0 1 3 1 2 1 0 1 4 1 3 0 1 0 3 4 0 6 0 2 4 0 3 1 0 2 3 3 2 1 3 0 2 6 0 L-ll Sue BillingkofF corners the ball. Kris Waseleski, Debbie Simms, Jen Foster and Lisa Fowler view the game from the sidelines. As the opponent closes in, Lorine Grant will hit the ball down field. Krista Barney watches game progress closely. Rachel Routhier and Carol Johnson race up the field. Field Hockey ■ — — - A SEASON OF EXCELLENCE The 1987 Red Rocketeers, led by Head Coach Ray Beaupre and captains Chris Arns, Mike Inglese and Steve Connolly, finished a very successful season with seven wins, two losses and one tie. The team came within one game of winning the Hockomock championship. The season ' s most exciting game came against the Canton Bulldogs. Coming into the game North needed a win against Canton to have a chance to clinch the Hockomock title. The Rocketeers beat the undefeated Bulldogs 7- 0 . In the annual Thanksgiving Day game against Attleboro, the game ended in a 6-6 tie. North played well, led by Mike Inglese, who had one touchdown and three interceptions on defense. Steve Carter had an exceptional day as wide-receiver, and captured the prestigious L.Q. Balfour Offensive Player trophy for his superb playing. Players who made the Sun Chronicle All-Star team this year were seniors Mike Inglese, Steve Connolly, and Jeff Tagerman and juniors Steve Carter, Keith Meyer and Dave Lewis. Receiving Hockomock All-Star status were Mike Inglese and Steve Connolly, who was also picked for the Boston Globe Division III team. North Attleboro is Both teams scramble for the ball including north players Steve Johnson and Jeff Tagerman. losing some excellent players, but should still have a great season for 1987. The captains for 87 are Keith Meyer, John Kraskouskas and Mike Sullivan. nA OPP Bishop Feehan 21 14 Sharon 21 14 Fox boro 6 26 Stoughton 42 25 Ring Philip 13 9 Franklin 31 6 Canton 7 0 Mansfield 21 0 Oliver Ames 6 14 Attleboro 6 5 Signals are called for the start of another play. This north player takes a bit of R and R. I Varsity Football team , First row: John O ' Connor, Brock Newman, Mike Horlbogen, Stan Warenda, Captain Chris Ams, Captain Steve Connolly, Captain Mike Inglese, Chris Roche, Jason Berg, John Risser, Matt Cody. Second row: Bill Varden, Mike Sullivan, Chris Horlbogen, Joe Jette, Chris Paradis, Jeff Tagerman, Tom Murphy, Matt Lennox, Matt Pion, Scott DiFiore, Tim Kelly. Third row: John Kraskouskas, Eric Swanson, Joe Medeiros, Kirk Stinson, Ryan Franz, Matt Gaulin, Tim Poupolo, Rob Pell, Tim O ' Brien, Jim Brennan. Fourth row: Rich Silvestri, Barry Gaumond, Pat McCann, Brian O ' Connor, Jim McCrae, Lance Williams, Keith Meyer, Eric Neilson, Steve Carter, Dave Lewis, Mark Sowersby, Matt Slaney. Fifth row: Tom SaVage, Bob Shinn, Mark Newport, Tom Eliason, Marc Robichaud, Lance Lambom, Peter Cooke, Dan Ricci, Ernie Guimond, John Kieman, Steve Johnson. Sixth row: Manager Steve Rosbach, Larry Fecteau, Jeff Reinsant, Mark Albertini, Scott Charette, Ed Cochrane, Paul LeGendre, Neal Beaupre, Ryan Hargreaves, Dave Hartford, Manager Greg Beaupre. FRESHMAN Sharon NA 22 OPP 6 Fox boro 6 7 Stoughton 12 6 King Philip 28 0 Franklin 6 20 Canton 19 6 Mansfield 12 6 Oliver Ames 28 20 Attleboro 34 8 W-7 L-2 JUNIOR VARSITY NA OPP Bishop Feehan 6 16 Sharon 30 16 Foxboro 13 12 King Philip 21 14 Canton 15 14 Oliver Ames 38 12 Attleboro 32 6 W-6 L-l Football 45 Dave Lewis seems to have plenty of protection as he looks for an open man. Freshman Football team, first row: Jason Johnson, Derek Cameron, Peter Cragan, Steven Vacher, Jim Cryan, Justin Camire, Phil Slaney, Dan Tinkham, Mark Medeiros, Mark Croteau. Second row: Craig Jacobs, Rick Johnson, Shad Blake, Matt Roy, Rick Krawiec, Mike Garrow, Bill Campbell, Jason Risser, Jeremy Daggett, Rich Ordiales. Third row: Brian Thomas, Steve Johnson, Phil Hefron, John Croal, Randy Silvestri, Eric Moody, Jeff Kraskouskas, Richie Burns, Jeff Mally, Kevin Sheasgreen, Eric Murawski. Brock Newman struggles in the grip of the opponent. Stan Warenda blocks for quarter- back Dave Lewis. Time out to quench the thirst. Steve Carter holds the Balfour Trophy, presented to him for being the best offensive player. 46 Football f Celebration of the day! Mark Newport charges through an opening with help from Matt Cody and Dave Lewis. football 47 The next play has been planned as the huddle disperses. Kick-off time by Mike Inglese. SHEER DETERMINATION The Volleyball team warms up with a few exercises. Junior Varsity Volleyball team, first row: Ellen Sousa, Captain Sheila Marchand, Captain Linda Wheeler, Captain Nancy Velletri, Marianne Pardi. Second row: Trude Hogvold, Eva Blom, Dawn DeMattos, Sandy lonelli. Micelle Rioux, Donna Paul, Kellie Reynolds, Beth laconis, Audrey Scott, Coach Linda Marchand. Marianne Pardi concentrates on getting the ball toward the net as Donna Paul look on. The good old days!? It looks as if Beth laconis and Sandy lonelli might have a blister or two. Volleyball north Attleboro High strong and successful. School finally put achieving the together a JV girls ' recognition it needed, volleyball team. Last The girls had an year the team was excellent coach in Linda intramural, north Marchand. Captains suffered only one defeat Sheila Marchand, nancy to Bishop Stang. All the Velletri and Linda talent and spirit of the Wheeler kept up the girls made tHe team team ' s spirit all season. NA OPP Seekonk 14, 15, 15 16, 11, 10 Attleboro 15, 15, 9 3, 1, 15 South East 15, 15 7, 10 Vocational Bishop Stang 15, 15 8, 2 Bishop Feehan 15, 15 13, 16 Norton 15, 14, 15 6, 16, 19 Norton 15, 15, 15, 12, 2, 5 Bishop Feehan 15, 15, 8, 8, 4, 15, 15 5 Dighton 3, 15, 15, 15, 9, 0 Rehoboth 15 7 Attleboro 15, 15, 15 7, 9, 13 South East 15, 9, 15, 8, 15, 10, Vocational 15 11 Norton 15, 15, 9 5, 13, 15 Bishop Stang 5, 7 15, 15 Seekonk 10, 15, 15 15, 3, 4 Dighton Rehoboth 8, 15, 15 15, 10, 6 A YEAR OE GROWT H Jim Kentros marks the The 1986 Golf team had an excellent season, even though they finished with a 7-6-3 record. The team looked strong for the first have of the season, 6-1-1, but collapsed during the second half, 1-5-2, barely missing the Eastern Massachusetts Tourney, which is played in the Spring. Brian Rodriguez was named to the Hockomock All-Star team. Although North did not have a single senior on its roster this year. Coach Art Nunes should have a strong team for 1987, as most of the team will be returning. Mansfield DA 3 OPP 3 Stoughton 4 2 Vh Sharon 4 ' 2 1 ' h Foxboro 3‘ 2 2 ' h Franklin 3 ' 2 2 ' h Canton 4 ' 2 Vh Oliver Ames 3 ' 2 2 ' h King Philip 1 5 Mansfield l ' 2 4 ' h Stoughton 3 3 Sharon 5 1 Foxboro 2 ' h 3 ' 2 Franklin 2 4 Canton 2 ' h 3 ' 2 Oliver Ames 1 5 King Philip 3 3 W-7 L-6 T-3 is the ball going to land on the green? - Jim Kentros hopes. Derek Barber isn ' t a bit sure of the ball ' s direction. Golf 49 Golf team, first row: Darryl row: Coach Art Dunes, Greg Rodriguez, Garth Hobson, Derek Wright, Jim Kentros, Brian Barber, Mark Laviano. Second Rodriguez. The 1986-87 Gymnastics team welcomed a new coach, Cindy Arnold, who, along with the leadership of captains Tami Davison and Amii LeGendre, delivered the team to a four win - eight loss record. With a new burst of young talent emerging in the Hockomock League, Morth unified its own talent and made multi- faceted gymnasts out of many newcomers. The team, stocked with hard-working underclassmen, eagerly awaits its next season. Alas, in 1988, the squad will have lost a top scoring bars, beam and floor competitor in Tami Davison and a Hockomock All-Star, all- around competitor in Amii LeGendre, but their depth should hold them on firm ground. Team awards went to junior Pam Taillon and freshman Jean Clinton, both first year competitors, for Most Improved. Amii LeGendre captured Most Contributing and Highest Point Total, breaking a school record for the highest career score over four years. With Audrey Scott and Holly Bums as captains and Cindy Arnold returning as coach, the team is assured strong, hard-working leadership in the upcoming season. Amii LeGendre strikes a pose of beauty. The straddle leap is skillfully performed by Amii LeGendre. Karyn Cook works the uneven bars. Tami Davison demonstrates balance and poise on the beam. 50 Gymnastics . Young talent emerges Beth Robitaille and Lauren Harris discuss technique, while Pam Tail- Ion and Leah Fisk observe performances. Gymnastics team, first row: Mi- chelle French, Jean Clinton, Chere Bellavance, Michelle Puccio. Sec- ond row: Karyn Cook, Chris Ga- gielo, Lynn Vincent, Holly Desmar- ais, Leah Fisk, Tara DeMarco, Coach Cindy Arnold. Third Row: Lauren Harris, Beth Robitaille, Hol- ly Burns, Captain Amii LeGendre, Captain Tami Davison, Jessie Mul- len, Audrey Scott, Pam Taillon. NA OPP Canton 76.4 111.2 Sharon 74.5 115.25 Attleboro 80.5 92.4 Franklin 90.1 96.65 Fox boro 87.8 79.2 King Philip 93.0 113.35 Stoughton 88.9 73.8 Canton 94.6 115.2 Sharon 93.0 123.0 Foxboro 82.45 90.75 Franklin 91.6 91.4 King Philip 82.65 114.55 Stoughton 92.0 87.7 4W 9L Gymnastics 51 Discussing their performance are Holly Bums and Leah Fisk. Coach Cindy Arnold watches her gymnasts with pleasure. Hockomock All-Star Amii LeGendre shows how it ' s done. Tami Davison displays a graceful pose. Two Michelles, Puccio and French, are pleased with the meet. Chris Ams waits for a shot from behind the net. Dave Cappuccino, Tom Sisti and Jim Wagner head down the ice after the puck. Goalie Steve McDonald protects north ' s net. The puck is loose as Jeremy Mentillo and Darren Sloan attempt to snag it. Marc Larochelle and his downed opponent seem to be tangling 52 Hockey sticks. Hockey dominant in last season ' Fighting for possession of the puck at the net are Marc Larochelle, John Blackinton and Darren Sloan. Junior Varsity Hockey team, first row: Dan noreck, Jeremy Mentillo, Steve McDonald, Marc Larochelle, Tim Colleran, Jeff Tagerman. Second row: Assistant Coach Dan noreck, Sr., Tom Sisti, Dave Martin, John Blackinton, Darren Sloan, David Cappuccino, Jim Walton, Chris Ams, Jim Wagner, Coach neil Harris, not pictured: Alan Haun. After many years of was to Canton. Even as struggling, the north a JV team nAHS was hockey program has able to beat TriCounty ended, 1986-87 being and King Philip ' s varsity its last season. The teams. Hockey team skated dominately at the junior The team is sad to see varsity level. With neil the program Harris coaching and led discontinued, but have by high scorers, senior appreciated the Darren Sloan, junior guidance and Dave Martin and junior unselfishness of Coach Marc Larochelle, north neil Harris, achieved an 8-1-1 record, north ' s one loss Darren Sloan could get that puck with help from Tim Colleran. Coach Harris talks to Jim Walton in the box. Steve McDonald makes a nice save, aided by Chris Arns. HA OPP Tn-County Canton S. Eastern Voke Bishop Feehan Tri-County Medway S. Eastern Voke Bishop Feehan Walpole King Philip 8W 1L is A backhand shot seems to be Dan Noreck and Chris Ams the aim of Marc Larochelle. scramble at the net. Hockey 53 Jim Wagner skates easily during a lull in the game. A quick turn by Rich Romero as Mike Qagielo rushes to kick the the ball heads his way. ball up field. Who will get to the ball first - Matt Keyes has good Brent Sorrells or his opponent? momentum. The ball boy watches the progress of the match from the sidelines. INJURIES HAMPER SEASON Goalie Jeff Forbes leaps to keep the ball out of the net. Soccer team, first row: Coach Ben White, Curtis Winn, Greg Foster, Frank Pasquel, Sean Kelter. Second row: Devin McCloskey, Jeff Forbes, Captain Craig Meekins, Captain Glenn Pasquel, Mike Gagielo, Rich Morin. Third row: Brent Sorrells, Mike Lamar, Matt Keyes, Charlie Clark, Craig Pepi, Tom Mitchell. The 1986 Red Rocketeers, captained by Craig Meekins and Glenn Pasquel, finished this season with a 5-10- 3 record. Due to an untimely injury to Glenn Pasquel, Brent Sorrells, the team ' s MVP was moved from sweeper to rover where he led the offense. The defense was led by senior Craig Meekins, a 1986 All- Hockomock selection. from his sweeper back position. Brent Sorrells and Craig Meekins were both selected to the Sun Chronicle ' s All-Star team. The Rocketeers will be captained next year by Mike Lamar and Jeff Forbes. With the return of 8 starters in ' 87, north looks forward to a successful season under Coach Ben White. The play is off the head of Frank Pasquel, right into the hands of the opponent goalie. It looks like a mid-field kick for North by Matt Keyes. A slight pause in the match a player is down. Rich Morin is closely guarding his opponent. NA OPP 2 0 Mansfield Stoughton Sharon Foxboro Franklin Canton Oliver Ames Attleboro King Philip Mansfield Sharon Foxboro Franklin Canton Oliver Ames Stoughton King Philip Attleboro W-5 L-10 T-3 Championship season Stephanie Cooper and Alyssa the way the game is going. Gutauskas seem pleased about Led by Coach Joanne Sizemore and Captains Stephanie Cooper and Alyssa Gutauskas, this year ' s softball team had a championship season. The girls started on a good note by winning their first five games, but suffered an early loss to League powerhouse Mansfield. The team continued to win the rest of its regular season games - except for a late upset to Canton. At the end of the regular season the Rocketeers captured an 18-2 record and the Hockomock League championship. Then it was off to the States! After defeating defending champs Dartmouth and Brockton, the girls were knocked off in the semi-final round by Mew Bedford. The team had several selections to the All-Star Sun Chronicle team: Stephanie Cooper, Alyssa Gutauskas, nancy Velletri, Tracy Westman, Kristin Pickering and Rachael Routhier. Stephanie Cooper and Rachael Routhier were also selected to the AU- Hockomock team. At the end of the season, Linda Wheeler was given the Coach ' s Award; Stephanie Cooper was voted the Most Valuable player; and Carol Johnson and Rachael Routhier the Most Contributing players, next year ' s team hopes to be even better, and it will be captained by Carol Johnson and Rachael Routhier. Corrie Smith tosses one back from the outfield. 56 Softball Kris Pickering is getting set to show her great pitching ability. Rachael Routhier awaits the pitch. Varsity Softball team, first row: Kris Caisse, Pam Taillon, Linda Wheeler, nancy Velletri, Alyssa Gutauskas, Stephanie Cooper, Tracy Westman, Kris Pickering. Second row: Laura Moscato, Corrie Smith, Sandy Culhane, Erin Buckley, Ellen Sousa, Rachel Routhier, Michelle Besaw, Carol Johnson, Chrissy lerardi, Marianne Pardi, Coach Joanne Sizemore. nancy Velletri seems to push her opponent away from her. mm " Dancing ' ' across home plate is Carol Johnson. Erin Buckley starts her wind-up for the next pitch. Attleboro Oliver Ames Sharon King Philip Canton Bishop Feehan Stoughton Foxboro Mansfield Oliver Ames Sharon King Philip Canton Stoughton Bishop Feehan Foxboro Franklin Mansfield Franklin Attleboro Dartmouth Erockton OPP 1 8 3 3 4 7 0 1 5 7 1 7 8 2 3 7 2 4 2 5 0 0 6 W-20 L-3 Junior Varsity Softball team, first row: Debbie Allen, Michelle Cloutier, Barbara Fellmann, Leslie Newport, Bridget Roche, Karen Ricci, Natalie Levin, Cindy Drotts. Second row: Cindy Tremblay, Mary Strachan, Katie Wilson, Amy Hargreaves, Kelley Smith, Lisa Corrigan, Reagan Deary, Nicole Rickard, Dawn Brandley, Jo-Ellen Sias, Chris Maher, Chere Bellavance, Coach Scott Lockwood. Michelle Besaw seriously readies herself for the pitch. Tracy Westman slides into home plate, just ahead of the ball. Softball 57 Strong active team Dave DelVecchio pauses and thinks before his turn at the pole Karen Lake is ready to compete. vault. Thanks to coaches Alan Weintraub and Bill Santagata, and captains Karen and Kristen Violet, the 1978 girls ' Spring Track team had a great season. The team has a League record of 7-1, losing just to Foxboro, and an overall record of 10-2. The girls placed first in the Muscato Relays, second in the Hockomock League championships, and third in the South Shore Dighton-Reho- both 91 ' h King Philip 95 Stoughton 80 Canton 106 Mansfield 94 Foxboro 57 Franklin 78 Oliver Ames 90 Sharon lll ' 2 Bishop Feehan 70 Attleboro 91 Principal s meet with excellent performances. Karen Violet and Marcy Merigold were All- Hockomock selections. Marcy and Kris Puccio both joined the Century Club, each scoring over 100 points. next year, the team is sure to be unstoppable, as the girls look forward to another successful season. MA OPP 44 ' h 41 56 30 42 79 58 46 24 ' 2 66 45 G r s ' Spring Track team , first row: Laura Barrett, Marcy Merigold, Cindy Bliss, Cathy Onoyan, Karen Violet, Kristen Violet, Tracy Udelson, Michelle Puccio, Aimee Morrison. Second row: Lisa Sebastioa, Dawn Hasselbaum, Carolyn Dorr, Marion Grantham, Kris Connelly, Lynn Grantham, Kris Hanley, Deanna Marceau, Lynn Schromm, Cindy Grantham, Sandy lonelli. Third row: Lynne Jerpi, Jen Dowgiala, Tanya Everton, Sheryl Pearce, Amy Palmquist, Catrell Booker, Paula Walsh, Erin Maione, Lori Lind, Rolanda Booker, Jennifer Linowski, Laura Linowski. Fourth row: Coach Al Weintraub, Jen Foster, Nicole Aussant, Julie Schubnel, Debbie Costic, Karen Lake, Cindy Anderson, Debbie Simms, Kris Puccio, Stacey Nye, Kathie Post, Jen Buteau. Dawn Hasselbaum rests on the bleachers before her turn. Tim Puopolo, poised with the shotput, contemplates how far he will throw it. Spring Track Outstanding performances The 1987 boys ' Spring Track team finished with a record of 4 wins and 4 losses. The record does not truly show some of the outstanding performances that some of our boys turned in this year. The team was led by captains Chris Paradis and Derek Hayes. At the League meet, Chris Paradis (330 low hurdles), Brian Rodriguez (1 mile), and the relay team of Brian Rodriguez, Dave Hartford, Derek Hayes and Chris Paradis each Peter Cooke leaps high as he strives for distance. Catrell Booker hands the baton to Lynn Schromm as she starts her leg of the relay race. gained All-Hockomock status. Only four seniors will be leaving so the team ' s future is bright. Rob Pell was also named to the All- Hockomock team as his performance merited. Rob proudly advanced to the All-State meet and represented north Attleboro well. Many thanks to Coach Charles Ayotte for his sixteen years of dedicated service. He not only trained us for track and field, he also taught us a lot about ourselves. Boys ' Spring Track team, first row: Brian Conley, Matt Dillon, Derek Mayes, Chris Paradis, Darren Sloan, David DelVecchio, Tim Puopolo. Second row: David Hartford, Derek Cameron, Brian Lacasse, Peter Cooke, Gary Gardner, Bill Dion, Rich Johnson, Mike Garrow, Mike Sullivan. Third row: Coach Mike Redding, Rich Romero, Dave Lewis, Rob Pell, Joe Medeiros, Mike Pestana, Brian Rodriguez, Matt Gaulin, Meal Beaupre, Coach Charlie Ayotte. MA OPP King Philip 80 56 Stoughton 47 89 Canton 74 61 Mansfield 62 74 Foxboro 55 81 Franklin 83 53 Oliver Ames 59 77 Sharon 104 31 W-4 L-4 Spring Track 59 Chris Paradis is really hustling Meal Beaupre and Dave Hartford during his leg of the relay. take time out to watch the meet. Matt Dillon and Kristen Violet Rich Romero jogs around the stretch out before their turn track, to run. Jim Walton prepares his shotput toss. 60 Spring Track Waiting for the starting gun! Nicole Aussant does some heavy concentrating. The camera caught these three: Sandy lonelli, Jen Foster, and Bob Miller. The discus is about to be hurled by Mike Sullivan. Marcy Merigold can ' t believe it! Rob Pell shows great determination in his bid for distance. Spring Track 61 Laura Barrett appears to be in the lead with Rolanda Booker a close second. Lori Lind looks pleased with her run. Lisa Quillette concentrates on her opponent ' s next shot. Oliver Ames Sharon King Philip Canton Foxboro Mansfield Stoughton Franklin Oliver Ames Sharon King Philip Canton Foxboro Mansfield Stoughton Franklin Tennis team, coached by John Wood, posted its best record of the past few years. Th is season our team consisted of a mixture of experienced and new players. Again, it was a season of building with the hope that a stronger team will develop for next year, since a large number of underclassmen will be returning. Our captains for the 1988 season will be Andy Marcoullier and Kerri Ruth. Boys ' Tennis team, first row: Aaron Jost, Craig Donais, Jeremy Daggett, Jim Dumont. Second row: Coach John Wood, Gary Richards, Andy Marcoullier, Kerry Ruth, Ken Dumas, Chris Conley, Chris Morse, Tony Bertino. Will Marimelda Llacuna make this shot? Jeremy Daggett demonstrates a good backhand. Aaron Jost, Jim Dumont and Chris Morse seem to be watching a lively match. Tennis Good potential Cathy Savard waits for the overhead shot. Before the match begins, the net is anchored by Andy Marcoullier, as Chris Conlev watrhcs. At the net is Ken Dumas. Hew line-up for girls Oliver Ames Sharon King Philip Canton Foxboro Mansfield Sharon King Philip Canton Stoughton Stoughton Franklin Foxboro Mansfield Franklin SE’S • )0 This year the HAHS Girls ' Tennis team, coached by Marcia Carman and captained by Becky Robidoux, completed the season with a record of 7 wins and 9 losses. Since last year ' s top singles players graduated, a new lineup was in order. Missy Peterson played first singles, Linda France second singles and Marimelda Llacuna third singles. Becky Robidoux and Linda France scored the most points for the team with their record of 9 points each. An award for most improved went to Kathy Famell. Looking to the 1988 season, Beth Iaconis will captain the team. Girls ' Tennis team , first row: Marimelda Llacuna, Cathy Savard, Beth Iaconis, Becky Robidoux, Kathy Famell, Kris Wemborg. Second row: Debbie Mitchell, Bonnie Fong, Stacy Armstrong, Kim Seigwart, Sarah Mandell, Linda France, Cheryl Potter, Missy Peterson. Third row: Alison Rose, Jill Fulton, Barbara Griffin, Laura Young, Lauren Fish, Lisa Desrosiers, Sharyn Hallal, Lisa Guillette, Julie Wallace. Friends Sharyn Hallal, Cheryl Potter, Beth Iaconis and Becky Robidoux looking cool before their match. Bonnie Fong keeps her eye on the ball. Jim Dumont stands poised ready to receive the serve. Tennis 63 Steady leadership - Good season In the third year of indoor track competition, the girls ended with a most successful season. Captains Karen and Kristen Violet led the team to a 7-1 record, losing only to Foxboro. Leading scorer, senior Tracey Elliott (71 points), became the fourth leading scorer in school history. She also added personal League championships in the high jump and hurdles. Karen Violet finished an outstanding distance career with 3 school records in her last 3 meets (1,000, mile and 2 mile). Tracey and Karen were selected League All-Stars, and Tracey was elected All- Star team captain. Kristen Violet (distance) and Cathy Onoyan (shot put) provided steady leadership in their events. Six out of ten high scorers will return next season. Kris Puccio was the highest underclassman scorer in hurdles and high jump. Allyn Grantham (600) and Lynn Schromm (300) led the sophomore and freshmen scorers. Other underclassmen stand- outs were Laura Barrett (sprints), Tanya Everton (shot put), Karen Lake (shot put), Marion Grantham (mile), Lori Lind (2 mile) and Catrell Booker (sprints). next year ' s outlook is optimistic with Co- Captains Carolyn Dorr (300) and Deanna Marceau (mile) expected to provide leadership as well as dominating in their events. Oirls ' Winter Track team, first row: Rosanne Achin, Lori Higginbotham, Tracy Udelson, Marceau, Carolyn Dorr, Laura Barrett, Tanya Everton, Kris Connelly, Michelle Cloutier, Jen Seniors Matt Dillon, Mike Dion and Chris Roche limber up before the meet. Carolyn Dorr gets her number attached by Derek Hayes. It ' s over the hurdles for Rob Pell. GIRLS ' WIHTER TRACK HA OPP Canton 63 23 Foxboro 30 56 King Philip 59 27 Stoughton 63 23 Oliver Ames Forfeit by OA Mansfield 64 22 Franklin 57 29 Sharon Forfeit by Sharon 7W 1L Kar en Violet, Tracey Elliott, Cathy Onoyan, Kristen Violet, Trude Hogvold, Beth Livingstone, Cynthia Grantham. Second row: Sheryl Pearce, Dawn Hasselbaum, Deanna Dowgiala. Third row: Lynn Schromm, Debbie Costic, Stacey Hye, Kris Puccio, Debbie Simms, Becky Bliss, Karen Lake, Kris Hanley, Lori Lind, Catrell Booker. 64 Winter Track if Second place - new direction Under the direction of a new coach, Mike Redding, the boys ' Winter Track team ran to a second place finish in the Hockomock League with a 6-2 record. The highlight of the season, in order to gain second place, was a win over a very strong Franklin team. Many team members went to the State relays, and the 4x50, 4x200 and 4x400 records were broken. Derek Hayes shone all season in the 1000 and capped off his record by winning the League meet. Chris Paradis was elected an alternate to the All-Star team. Rob Pell had a fine season, breaking the hurdle record. Hext year ' s captains, Kevin Hanley and Mike Pestana, look forward to a possible championship year. • Boys Winter Track team, first row: Gary Gardner, Peter Cooke, Rich Johnson, John Rijo, Rich Romero. Second row: Bert Gardner, Sean Kelter, Mike Dion, Chris Paradis, Derek Hayes, Matt Dillon, Bill Dion, Ken Chan, Gerry Deschens, Third row: Coach Mike Redding, Mike Pestana, Chris Roche, Neal Beaupre, Jason Boronski, Rob Pell, Mark Newport, Jason Berg, Jim Brennan, Kevin Hanley, Derek Cameron, John Kraskouskas. Holding form for the shot put, Cathy Onoyan prepares to compete. Are you taking your sneakers off or putting them on, Kevin? Karen Violet relaxes and stretches out before the meet. Almost even are Matt Dillion and Mike Dion as they run the track. King Philip Stoughton Oliver Ames Mansfield Franklin Sharon Forfeit by Sharon 6W 2 L Winter Track 65 Athletes excel 66 Fisher-Kelley Banquet Dr. Grant and Kris Pickering, who is the ninth, proud recipient of the Dr. Maurice D. Grant Award. Sue Billingkoff happily receives her award from Mr. Beaupre. Mr. Pickering holds forth as Master of Ceremonies. Alyssa Gutauskas and Kristin Pickering are very proud of their athletic awards. Mike Redding, as the guest speaker, crosses his fingers before he begins. " Go, Celtics! " was his wish. Rodney Lewis receives his award and a handshake of congratulations from Mr. Beaupre. The 66th annual Fisher- Kelley Banquet, honoring 56 senior student athletes, was held at the Morth Attleboro Lodge of Elks on May 26, 1987. With parents, friends, coaches, administrators and special guests assembled, plaques were awarded to each senior for participation in the athletic program. Kenneth Pickering, vice- principal, was Master of Ceremonies, and Raymond Beaupre, Athletic Director, presented the awards. Michael Redding, a 1979 graduate of north, and at present a graduate student at Brown University, was the guest speaker. Finally, the Doctor Maurice D. Grant Award, an award of distinction, given for excellence in scholarship, citizenship and athletics, was made to Kristin Pickering. If Mike Norlbogen is all dressed up for the occasion. Karen Violet receives one of many awards during her four years at north. And Mike Inglese is as jovial as ever. Beth Livingstone is shy in her acceptance. Fisher-Kelley Banquet 6: Lori Higginbotham graciously accepts. Joe Jette is so serious as he gets his plaque. Derek Hayes reads his plaque as he receives it. Extracurricular activities are a method of education. Clubs and organizations have always existed at NAHS as a supplement to the curriculum. Today they are more varied, such as ones with a cause (SADD), and some with only social advantages, but the majority asks the student to apply what is learned in the classroom. A student, who participates and is involved, tends toward better academics, leadership potential, group cooperation and has fun. EDITORS: Rebecca Bliss Heidi Anderson W - r - An incredible season For the Drama Club, the 1986-87 season was an incredible one. The season started with the fall production of The Lion , the Witch and the Wardrobe. Following the trend of the past few years, auditions were open to faculty and alumni, as well as students. Besides a Friday night performance and a Saturday matinee, the cast did a Monday afternoon performance for north Attleboro fourth graders. The next show was the festival of one-acts, presented in early February. Three student- directed plays competed for awards and recognition. The three one-acts were The Shelter : directed by Ann Miller, Cookie Grantham and Lynn Grantham; The Best There Is, directed by Beverly Griffin; and Home Drama Club members, first row: Rania EIFangry, Jennifer Oaudette, Cookie Grantham, Lynn Grantham, Kristin Kelley, Ann Miller, Rachel Farina, Dana Ashworth, Kris Durang, Jason Fuller, Dawn Flasselbaum, Debbie England, Allison Jewell, Katie Clapp, Sarah Mandell, Heidi Anderson, Laurie Housman. Second row: Chad Winship, Chris Cowdry, Ken Chan, Mark Holmes, Steve Rosbach, Bev Griffin, Chris Drama Club officers: Allison Jewell, Junior representative; Katie Clapp, Sophomore representative; Kris Durang, at Six, directed by Lisa-Jo Megna and Diane Fong. The Club wound up their year with a wild musical version of Grease. The well-known 50 ' s musical attracted a lot of attention, and the cast members were well rewarded for their month of hard work by two sold out performances. The Drama Club ' s fantastic season was aided by advisor Judy Cobb and by the Club ' s officers: Beverly Griffin, president; Lea Deschenes, vice- president; Heidi Anderson, secretary; Kris Durang, treasurer; and Diane Fong, scribe. The Club made two trips to Trinity Reperetory Theater in Providence, and many members attended the Hew England Theater conference in Boston. Gioia, April Welsh, Jim LaMonte, Corina Romero, Jennifer Boehling, Jerry Riel, Stacey Armstrong, Becky Bliss, Emily Daniels, Claudine Holgate, Steve Wanczyk, Kim Flanagan. Third row: Jason Kiff, Keith Host, Lynn Janick, Theresa Elwood, Jennifer Jordan, Lisa-Jo Megna, Diane Fong, Chris Paradis, Erika Anza, Mike Marcoccio. Fourth row: Matt Dobro, Barbara Griffin, Tom Boehling, Dave Rogers. treasurer; Beverly Griffin, president; Heidi Anderson, secretary; Diane Fong, scribe. Kristen Kelley in one of her demure moods. Kris Durang and friends hang around the foot of the front steps. 70 Drama Club tr Rachel Farina forages for berries backstage. Owen Blodgett and Jim LaMonte get ready for a great performance. Dave Rogers hams up the last few minutes of his life. Sherry Sweeney - an ogre and her uzi. Allison Jewell, Ann Miller, Lea Deschenes, Katie Clapp, Lynn Grantham and Chad Winship play a very quick game of Hide n ' Seek. Erika Anza watches her friends perform. Tom Boehling and Ann Miller prepare a beaver-style culinary delight. Drama Club Owen Blodgett - " One more word out of you, Suzy, and I ' ll bit your nose off. " Bev Griffin and Chad Winship • " Don ' t worry, Chad, it says right on the can covers that unsightly blemishes ' . Your parents will never even notice it! " 72 Drama Club Dana Ashworth - " don ' t know, puppy. Do you believe in the tooth fairy? " Steve Rosbach " Cheers " the cast and director of " The Best There Is " . U : . L Steve Rosbach and Barbara Griffin watch as Sarah Mandell acts out her undying love for Chris Cowdry. Chad Winship - Okay guys, who put the rubber snake on my seat? . . . Mey, guys? ' ' Diane Fong gives her sexy but angry ' look. Stacey Armstrong shows her new, tough look. Dana Ashworth and Ken Chan dig into their marvelous, home- made lunches. Ken Chan shows the rest of the cast how it ' s really done. Dawn Hasselbaum shows the world her morning face ' . Drama Club 73 Year starts early The music department opened its 1986-87 session in August with an eight day band-camp to teach the members of the marching band, musicians in grades 7-12, the fieldshow. Their diligence continued through the fall as they entertained the fans at the football games and at the MICA marching band competitions at Sullivan Stadium. Drum Major Steve McAfee also led the group through several parades, including the north Attleboro Christmas parade. Memorial Day parade and the Little League opening. They also participated in the annual South Boston St. Patrick ' s Day parade. Each year the marching band is enthusiastically reinvited to this parade and are always eager to participate in this four hour, 4.6 mile trek among the heart and hills of Boston. The high school Concert Band performed at Christmas, the pot-luck dinner concert, sponsored by the NAHS Band Parents Organization, and the Spring concert. They entertained with such popular composers as Grundman and Swearingen. Their audience was refreshed by the skill and enthusiasm with which they performed. Several new groups were established this year: the Saxophone Quartet, the Flute Quartet and Jazz Ensemble. The groups performed periodically at schools and churches around north Attleboro. Officers for the year were Brad Blackburn, president; Laura Calligan, secretary; Stephen McAfee, treasurer; Kristen Darling, senior representative; Ken narkiewicz, junior representative; and Stacie Kimbrel, sophomore representative. The annual Awards Banquet was sponsored by the Band Parents at the South Attleboro Knights of Columbus Hall. Guest speaker, Mr. Richard Castigliuone, of the Boston Conservatory of Music, provided an exciting and inspiring presentation. Many jackets and letters were awarded to students completing two years of marching band, as well as pins for each year of participation. The prestigious John Philip Sousa Award was presented to Kristen Darling. Beth Livingston received the academic music award. The year concluded with the Memorial Day picnic and softball game, put on each year by the Band Parents. Chris Oioia watches the NAtlS Turkey Day game. Mr. Platt presents Kristen Darling with the John Phillip Souza Award. Concert Band , first row: nancy Boltz, Stacie Kimbrel, Lisa Ouillette, Beth Livingstone, Laura Calligan, Lori Williams, Marsha Mansen, Mary-Ann Ooulet, Owen Floyd, Tina McKeon. Second row: Buffie Blackburn, Scott Winship, Peter Abdou, Rob Reuter, Ken narkiewicz. Brad Blackburn, Meidi Byers, Christine Perrota, Lynn Sherman, Jen Flilsman. Third row: Keith Darling, Kristen Darling, Chris Cowdry, Jason Kiff, Steve McAfee, Tony Bertino, Chad Winship, Mr. Alyn Platt. 74 Music Sax Quartet: Steve McAfee, Tony Bertino, Ken narkiewicz, Brad Blackburn. Jazz Ensemble, first row: Chad Winship, Scott Winship, Kristen Darling. Second row: Steve McAfee, Tony Bertino, Ken narkiewicz, Todd Burns, Brad Blackburn. Marching Band members, first row: Colorguard Advisor Terry Udden, Lisa Quillette, nancy Boltz, Stacie Kimbrel, Steven MacDonald, Marc Donais, Mark Cooper, Drum Major Stephen McAfee, Christopher Cowdry, Jason Fuller, Jason Kiff, Keith Darling, Kristen Darling, Laura Calligan, Beth Livingstone, Owen Floyd, Music Director Alyn FI. Platt. Second row: Sherri Williams, Erin Krimbel, Kristen McGuire, Jennifer Costa, Cheryl Klein, Tara Murphy, Angela Mull, David Bachand, Fleidi Byers, Katie Dumas, Chanelle Chapdelaine, Karen Goulet, Buffie Blackburn, Maggie Edwards, Mary-Ann Goulet, Marsha Mansen, Russet Morrow, Christine Perrotta, Amanda nigro, Christine Gioia. Third row: Chad Winship, Erik Reuter, Tony Bertino, Brad Blackburn, Richard Labedz, Jacque Moreau, Heather Byers, Jeff Potter, Matthew Winship, Ken narkiewicz, Scott Winship, Ken Domucicz, Will Morrow, Scott Bachand, Doug narkiewicz, Greg Kelley, Robert Reuter, Andrew Hamilton. Fourth row, Colorguard: Kim Colvin, Stacie Davignon, Tracy Defreitas, Beverly Griffin, Karin Bachand, Barbara Griffin, Jill Fulton. Music 75 Flute Ensemble: Beth Livingstone, Buffi Blackburn, Laura Calligan, Stacie Kimbrel, Lisa Guillette. Percussion Ensemble: Chris Cowdry, Jason Kiff, Keith Darling. Chad Winship concentrates on his playing during halftime. Chris Cowdry shows off his awards after the band awards banquet. Marsha Mansen " lets her fingers do the talking ' during a half-time performance. 76 Music ir ■ Marc Cooper - " Those football players think they get a workout? They should try carrying one of these drums around! " Brad Blackburn, voted Most Talented in his class, shows how it ' s really done. Steve MacDonald and Kristen Darling bang their bells. cm Andrew Hamilton plays best with his eyes closed, even if his marching suffers a little bit. Drum Major Steve McAfee - T could have sworn I told them to turn left there. " Stacie Kimbrel, Richard Labedz, Brad Blackburn and Haney Boltz perform in formation. Chris Cowdry and Jason Kiff keep the beat during a school rally. Music Reflected interests of students Under the direction of advisor Russ Benson, the literary magazine staff produced two successful issues. The goal for this year was to create a magazine that reflected the interests of the entire student body. An active group of seniors kept Galadriel running smoothly, although a small but enthusiastic group of underclassmen contributed. In March the staff traveled to American International College for a day of workshops and learning. We are looking forward next year to continued literary success. Galadriel staff members, first row: Chris Fish, Lisa Housman, Laurie Housman, Jenny Alix, Jason Boronski, Randy Boutin, Stacy Armstrong. Second row: Nicole Rickard, Amii LeGendre, Becky Bliss, Rachel Farina, Heidi Hasselbaum. Jen Alix proofreads copy and decides if it should be part of the publication. Stacy Armstrong, Becky Bliss, Jen Alix, Amii LeGendre and Laurie Housman take time out to pose for a quick picture. Galadriel Amii LeGendre and Jen Alix read a piece of copy. The staff discusses and makes decisions about the cover for the second issue. north Star uses computer north Star staff members, first row: Derek Mayes, Chris Fish, Matt Dillon, Lee Zion. Second row: Jason Boronski, Kris Pickering, Elena Spoltore, Chris Qioia, Craig Donais. Third row: Steve Wanczyk, Joe Goulart, Mike Marcoccio, Kellie Zion, Jodi Leslie, Michelle Wright, Ken Chan. Bob Edwards takes a break from the computer, used this year for copy and headlines. The north Star received a new look this year. Under the leadership of Matt Dillon and advisor, Mrs. Mary Ellen Samma, the paper reorganized and began using computers to produce the copy and headlines. Seniors Bob Edwards and Kellie Zion have been totally responsible for the production of this. Other faithful staff members include Andy Abrahamson, Ken Chan, Chris Qioia, Joe Goulart, Jodi Leslie, Rich Romero and Michelle Wright. Lee Zion has also has been most helpful with the typing. The one weakness this year has been the lack of underclassmen on the staff. Hopefully, next year this problem can be alleviated. Michelle Wright and Jodi Leslie look for advise on their pages. Mrs. Samma explains to Kellie Zion and Chris Qioia what is necessary to finish up the paper. Rich Romero and Ken Chan plan a layout for the next issue. newspaper 79 Chuck heap and Cathy Onoyan, senior co-editors for the northern Light, plan the opening pages. " A change of pace ' ' Starting in September, plans for the 1987 northern Light began to stir. Along with the editors, advisor Mrs. Jane Gallotta and senior co- editors Chuck Heap and Cathy Onoyan, " A Change of Pace” was chosen as the book ' s theme. The section edi tors worked hard all year to make the book a success. Pam DiFiore and Tracey Elliott put together the underclassmen section. The activities ' section was headed by Heidi Anderson and Becky Bliss. Sarah Mandell and Becky Robidoux made up the faculty section together, and Haney Drought and Kristen Dyer designed the ads section. With a cooperative crew of staff, photographers, editors and the able help of Jostens ' publishing representative, Dan Smith, the book was finally completed in June. The year had at last come to a successful conclusion. Yearbook staff, first row: lieidi Anderson, Pam DiFiore, Senior co-editors Cathy Onoyan and Chuck Heap, Tracey Elliott, Becky Robidoux. Second row: Karen Violet, Kerri Mitchell, Jen Alix, Amy Patterson, Matt Dillon Paul Casale, Becky Bliss, Sarah Mandell, ITancy Drought, Kris Dyer, Bonnie Fong, Kerri Flanagan, David Rogers. Third row: Dawn Hasselbaum, Kristen Violet, Kerri Bardsley, Karen Blanton, Steve MacDonald, Kelley McPhee, Sandy lonelli, Debbie Beaudoin, Lori Lind, Paula Walsh. Fourth row: Jason Gittle, Jason Boronski, Audra Bucklin, Derek Hayes, Roger Joyal, Amy Rhilinger, Jennifer Desilets, Lorry Jeppe, Michele Ala, Heidi Fernandes, Michelle Wright, Lynn Oreco, Chris Paradis, Craig Donais. 80 Yearbook Tracey Elliott and Becky Robidoux work on indentifying underclassmen. Becky Bliss and Sarah Mandell check the file for pictures. IDing photos is a big job as Kris Dyer, Haney Drought, Sarah Mandell and Becky Bliss discover. Pam DiFiore and Heidi Anderson plan what pictures will go on what pages. The Editors , first row: Kris Dyer, Haney Drought, Becky Bliss, Chuck Heap, Pam DiFiore, Heidi Anderson. Second row: Sarah Mandell, Cathy Onoyan, Tracey Elliott, Becky Robidoux. 1987 northern Light Staff Advisor - Jane B. Gallotta Co-Editors-In Chief Photography Charles Heap Paul Casale Catherine Onoyan Rebecca Bliss Mrs. Diane Balut Faculty Editors Rebecca Robidoux Art Sarah Mandell Dawn Hasselbaum Underclassmen Editors Typist Tracey Elliott Brenda Webb Pamela Difiore Sales Activities Editors Honor Society Rebecca Bliss Heidi Anderson Heidi Anderson Kerri Bardsley Audra Bucklin Advertising Editors Jennifer Desilets Haney Drought Kristen Dyer Bonnie Fong Lynne Greco Sandy Ionelli Paula Walsh The editors and advisor of the 1987 northern Light wish to thank the many students who helped put this volume together. We also extend special thanks to Dan Smith of Jostens Printing an d Publishing and to Joseph Geoffroy of Chestnut Hill Studios. Without their aid, preparation of this book would not have been possible. Composed, printed and bound by Jostens Printing and Publishing, State College, Pennsylvania Yearbook 81 Successful season This year ' s College Bowl team, under the direction of Mr. Vincent Baldasaro, had a successful season. Team members were seniors Heidi Anderson, Tom Grant, Charles Heap, Mark Housman, and junior Philip Holdgate. In the first match of the year, north won a narrow victory over Middleboro High School. Huge margins were amassed against Attleboro High, at home and away. In the meetings north scored over 500 points, while limiting Attleboro to under 100 points. The north group lost only once to a young Franklin team. College Bowl members: Phil Holdgate, Mark Housman, Tom Grant, Heidi Anderson, Chuck Heap. Craig Donais and Jason Gittle discuss the matter. Phil Holdgate and alternates Craig Donais, Jason Gittle, Charlie Clark and John Rijo await the start of the match. College Bowl Mr. Baldasaro, master of ceremonies! The College Bowl members ponder the question they hope to answer. north achieves greater success Math League members, first row: Charles Heap, Ellen Sousa, Lori Lind, Philip Holdgate. Second row: Tom Grant, Ken Chan, Bonnie Fong, Paula Walsh, Craig Donais. Third row: Ken Dumas, Roger Joyal, Chris Gioia, Diane Fong, Mark Housman. Fourth row: Mike Pestana, Rob Pell, Scott DiFiore, Pat McCann, Tim Puopolo, John Rijo. north Attleboro High School math students competed against other students throughout new England in the monthly series of six-question Math League tests. Each month, the top five scores from each competing school represent each school ' s team. The top scorer at nAHS this year was junior Pat McCann. Senior Tom Grant and junior Scott DiFiore tied for second place. By the end of the season, north ranked higher than ever before. In a first-of-its-kind Hockomock League Inter- School Math Meet, the nAHS team gained valuable experience for future face-to-face meets. Math League members concentrate on their math problems as Mike Pestana " focuses " on the camera. More work and concentration. Tim Puopolo figures out his equations. Math League 83 Debbie England has great powers of concentration. Terrorist take-over Ten delegates from North Attleboro High School participated in the Harvard University conference, held December 11-14, 1986, at the Marriott Copley Hotel in Boston. Delegates representing Ecuador were Kim Siegwart, Paula Walsh, Becky Bliss, John Rijo, Rich Romero, Craig Donais, Tim Puopolo, Neil Chartier, Jason Boronski and Jason Gittle. Under the supervision of Ann Luoma, the delegates worked hard to pass resolutions in their respective committees. Caucusing was also a major focus of the heil Chartier without his daily allowance of beauty sleep. Becky Bliss, Rich Romero and Kim Siegwart suffers the aftermath of an intense snowball fight. 84 Model UN weekend, and the Ecuadorian delegation preferred to caucus with fellow countries, Cyprus,, Mexico and Sri Lanka. We did, however, manage to set aside some time for snowball fights, bowling, whiffle ball, Uzi attacks, and a highly successful terrorist take-over on the Legal Committee. Ecuador also had some unexpected air time on WBZ Radio 1030. All delegates enjoyed themselves while learning alot, and are looking forward to next year ' s conference. Kim Seigwart during a break from committee meetings. John Rijo lines up the pitch. Ecuador ' s three gunmen, Craig Donais, heil Chartier and John Rijo, prepare for battle. Model Un delegates, first row: Rich Romero, Kim Siegwart, John Rijo, heil Chartier, Paula Walsh. Second row: Craig Donais, Tim Puopolo, Becky Bliss, Jason Boronski, Jason Gittle. Controversial bills debated Tom Grant illustrates his views on the Middle East controversy. Craig Donais pushes a resolution to make M Sf M ' s the national food. Chuck Heap, Steve McAfee, Charles Clark, " I move the previous quesiton. Stoughton High School was the site for the 1987 Hockomock Model Senate, held on April 9 and 10. The north Attleboro delegation consisted of seniors Chuck Heap, Tom Grant and Mark Housman; juniors Craig Donais, Audra Bucklin, Becky Bliss, Steve McAfee and Charles Clark; sophomores Kristen Kelley, Roger Joyal, Sarah Mandell, and Laura Prescott; and freshman Jen Buteau. Four out of north ' s eleven bills passed committee on the First day. Chuck Heap chaired the Labor and Human Resources Mode Senate delegates, first row: Audra Bucklin, Laura Prscott, Jennifer Buteau, Kristin Kelley, Sarah Mandell. Second Committee and sat on the Rules Committee. All four bills were placed on the agenda for Friday. The only one that time allowed for debate was by Becky Bliss and Sarah Mandell on living wills. The bill was narrowly defeated after an argument with the Canton delegation. Tom Grant voiced his objections to support Iraq in the Iran Iraq war. The bill was overwhelmingly defeated. Overall, the Senate was enjoyable to all, due to the assistance of Mr. Baldasaro and the pizza at the Spa. row: Roger Joyal, Craig Donais, Mark Housman, Charlie Clark. Third row: Becky Bliss, Steve McAfee, Tom Grant, Chuck Heap. 1 V Wt r 4 Wk ' ' - Becky Bliss, Audra Bucklin, Sarah Mandell: How should we vote on the Prostitution Bill? ' ' Model Senate 85 Second annual Science Fair Our school held the second annual science fair in February. This year brought many participants from the science classes of Mr. Vito, Mr. Duluk and Miss Lechner. Judging was done by members of the faculty. This year, sophomore Lisa Guillette won first place for her project on the effectiveness of cleaning agents on bacteria. Debbie Allen received second for her project on hydroponics, while fellow freshmen Lauren Fish took third for her project on the effects of cigarette smoke on plants. The three winners, along with Kristen Mesbitt, Shawn Kelter and Gary Gardner, all attended the Region 3 Science Fair, held at Bristol Community College. Lisa, Lauren and Kristen all received Marine Science awards from the navy. They, along with Debbie Allen, were all extended invitations to attend the state science fair at MIT. THE CELL Dave Schmidt studies the prize winning exibit, one of many displays set up in the Media Center. Students examine some of the science projects, when they came in with their science classes. Science Fair ir In the parade for north Attleboro ' s 100th birthday was a float of high school students for SADD - FRIEnDS DON ' T LET FRIEnDS DRIVE DRUNK! Tina Peterson throws out candy to spectators along the parade route with a message attached. SADD Students unite against drunk driving With the help of advisor Paul Klenk and eight interested students. Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) was revitalized at the high school this year. Making up the SADD council were juniors Becky Bliss, Audra Bucklin, Scott DiFiore, Carol Johnson, Joe Medeiros, Tim Puopolo, Kim Siegwart, and senior Matt Cody. After several meetings the council held a sign-up for SADD during which over 100 students joined. SADD counted and tabulated results from a questionnaire distributed at the Junior High School, and also made a successful presentation at the Junior High School ' s Heritage Day. On May 14 a speaker was brought to Horth to address SADD, and a movie was shown on May 15. SADD hopes to have a float for the town ' s Centennial parade in June, next year, we plan to increase SADD awareness and actively involve the entire student body. SADD members, first row: Tim Puopolo, Scott DiFiore. Second row: Carol Johnson, Audra Bucklin, Rim Seigwart, Joe Medeiros, Becky Bliss. north squashes the Hornets The Homecoming rally was held Hovember 7. During the rally the Homecoming Queen and her court were announced. The freshmen selected Debbie Allen and Kristen Hesbitt as their court members; while Hicole Aussant and Brook Laurence represented the sophomore class. Junior court members were Tanya Everton and Kelley McPhee. Amii LeGendre was crowned queen, and her senior court members were Kim Babb and Richelle Bums. A game of Musical Chairs highlighted the rally. The game included two students from each class. Sophomore Mark Hewport won. The Homecoming game was postponed to Monday because of poor weather. The freshmen float won, with the juniors taking second and sophomores third, north crushed the Mansfield Hornets, 21-0. Musical Chairs competitors scramble to keep their seats. The football cheerleaders manage, impressively enough not to topple over. Michelle Garrow, Debbie Clark and Michelle Webb look incredibly peppy and spirited. Sheila Marchand shows what a great sport she is! The junior class goes wild in anticipation of the upcoming game. Football Captain Mike Inglese congratulates court member, Nicole Aussant, as the students watch and giggle. Homecoming 89 J Jets dominate Sharks The annual Junior-Senior PowderpufF Football game was held October 18, 1986. The Senior Sharks were coached by John O ' Connor and Jeff Tagerman. Matt Gaulin and Mike Sullivan headed up the Junior Jets. In a surprise victory the Jets ran away with the game. Quarterback Carol Johnson directed an attack that led to three touchdowns. Tanya Everton, Laura Barrett and Deanna Marceau scored the touchdowns, with Carolyn Dorr adding on the extra points to the final touchdown. With almost seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, the game was called on account of repeated acts of unsportsmanlike conduct. However, the juniors ' expertise and determination was evident from the start. The final score was Jets, 20 Sharks, 0 . Theresa Fitzsimmons expresses opinion of the Senior Sharks, her outrage at a bad call. Carol Johnson is about to pass Dave Mello demonstrates his the ball. PowderpufF Football Laura Barrett charges toward the goal line for a touchdown. Jillson, Ellen Sousa, Bev GrifFin. Fourth row: Rachael Routhier, Ann Oaulin, Rim Siegwart, Audra Bucklin, Kristen Wernborg, Stacie riye, Jodi Kosar, Heidi Fernandes, Kathy Farnell, Krissy Connelly. Fifth row: Debra Kirby, Marianne Pardi, Corrie Smith, Sarah Walker, Carol Johnson, Ronn Bravetti, Tim Puopolo, Pat McCann, John Rijo, Scott DiFiore, Jim Brennan, Jane McCretton. Sixth row: Laura Calligan, Griffin Porter, John Kraskouskas, Eric Swanson, Jim McCrae, Paul Deppisch, Pete Deppisch. Junior Jets, coaches and cheerleaders, first row: Mike Sullivan, Jason Gittle, Rob Pell, Tanya Everton, Laura Barrett, Tricia McLaughlin. Second row: Becky Verge, Lisa Sabastiao, Carolyn Dorr, Sandy lonelli, Kris Waseleski, Chris Pelletier, Debbie Simms, Kris Puccio, Sharyn LaCasse, Cathy Savard, Becky Bliss, Shelley Stack. Third row: Sandy Culhane, Catrell Booker, Dodi Pesce, Kerri Bizier, Michele Ronci, Kathy Coyle, Debbie Clark, Kris Dyer, Lori Lind, Bonnie Fong, Paula Walsh, Amy Nancy Velletri and a Shark cheerleader show their enthusiasm. Theresa Fitzsimmons holds Rachael Routhier as Lori McAlpine grabs the ball. Senior Sharks, coaches and cheerleaders, first row: Sandy Bainton, Lori Perry, Kerrin Corrigan, Krista Barney, Sue Ritter, Jeff Tagerman, John O ' Connor, Brock Newman, Molly Bishop, Jill Compton, Kelly Gaudette, Tricia Burns. Second row: Noelle Auclair, Michelle Garrow, Tracey Elliott, Kerrie Mitchell, Cathy Onoyan, Sheila Marchand, Stephanie Cooper, Lorine Grant, Linda Wheeler, Nancy Velletri, Kim Ventre, Kelley Bouchard, Kelley Jordan, Sue The Senior Shark cheerleaders Both teams converge on a i kidnap an unsuspecting referee. fumbled ball. Billingkoff, Kathie Phipps. Third row: Pam DiFiore, Amy Patterson, D ' Ann Barnes, Gail Musil, Brenda Hiltz, Theresa Fitzsimmons, Jennifer Flynn, Donna Keenan, Brenda Manlon, Tiffany McQuade, Lori McAlpine, Tami Davison, Kelly Achin, Kim Babb. Fourth row: Lori Higginbotham, Chris Fontaine, Don Naismith, Steve McDonald, Tom Murphy, John Nally, Dan Ashworth, Dave Mello, Darren Sloan, Kevin Forbes, Bob St. John, Chris Fish, Tim Gagnon. Powderpuff Football 91 Service, goodwill and fun! The National Honor Society leaped into the 1986-87 school year with great enthusiasm. Led by officers Becky Robidoux, president; Amii LeGendre, vice-president; Stephanie Cooper, .secretary; Tracey Elliott, treasurer; and Laurie Housman, publicity, the Society became involved in many school and community activities. The action started before the school year, officially begun when the group sponsored a car wash, held at the North Attleboro Junior High School. With the profit, a very successful craft fair was able to be held. It was called " Craftworks North ' ' and will become an annual project for the Society. In the fall, twenty-seven new members were inducted at a spaghetti dinner, held in the cafeteria. Eight seniors and nineteen juniors added to the strength of the twenty-one original members. In December all members scattered themselves around town selling ads for the yearbook. This was a first time venture, a job well done, and one which realized goodwill and much needed revenue toward the publication of the northern Light. Several costumed members went to Sturdy Memorial Hospital at Halloween to visit the pediatrics ward. A collection for town pound animals was also sponsored. December brought Christmas baskets which were given to two needy families in North Attleboro. The Society also ushered at Parents ' Night, and ran the Student Council elections. In March, with much excitement, green and white balloons were sold to celebrate St. Patrick ' s Day. And in May an appreciation luncheon was held for the teachers. With a year of hard work and great accomplishment behind them, senior members of the Honor Society spent a relaxing weekend, while white water rafting on the Saco River in Maine, chaperoned by Mr. Russ Benson and Mr. Bob Albertini. Honor Society members, first row: Ann Miller, Sheryl Pearce, Bonnie Fong, Kristen Darling, Laurie Housman, Becky Robidoux, Joe Jette, Mike Breitenbach. Second row: Lori Lind, Debbie England, Beverly Griffin, Tracey Elliott, Jeff Breitenbach, Craig Donais. Third row: Lorine Grant, Kristen Violet, Kristen Pickering, Chris Gioia, Cathy Onoyan. Fourth row: Rosanne Achin, Deborah Beaudoin, Carol Johnson, Shelley Stack, Audra Bucklin, Tim Puopolo. Fifth row: Rosanne Achin, Deborah Beaudoin, Carol Johnson, Shelley Stack, Audra Bucklin, Tim Puopolo. Fifth row: Chuck Heap, Tom Grant, Steve McAfee, John Rijo, Matt Cody, Kathie Phipps, Kristen Svensen. Sixth row: Haney Drought, Chris Silva, Stephanie Cooper, Linda Wheeler, Randy Boutin, Diane Fong, Paul Raymond, Jen Alix, Scott DiFiore, Mark Foley. A smiling Laurie Housman does her part for the induction of new members. Mark Foley is a serious young man - what is he thinking? Clown Stephanie Cooper has fun entertaining at the craft fair. Honor Society Two friends ' ' from the craft fair. Kristen Violet considers, seriously, what it means to be a member of the Honor Society. The gym was a busy place during the craft fair, held in the fall of ' 86. Please note the cute clown with her balloons. Honor Society Jen Alix, Laurie Housman and Tracey Elliott stand with their lighted candles. Hew members of the Honor Society line up as Mrs. Duhamel introduces them for induction. Mr. Ayotte, Mr. Nunes and Mr. Kelley enjoy the delicious appreciation luncheon, put on by the honor Society. Amii LeGendre says a few words to new members, families and friends. With great patience, Becky Robidoux, president of the Society, awaits the start of the ceremonies. Balloons, balloons and balloons are about to be delivered to lucky students on St. Patrick ' s Day. Carol Johnson has been busily blowing up balloons and is now surrounded. 94 Honor Society Mr. Vito stands with Science Fair Tod honors for manv winners Lisa Guillette, Lauren m u Fish and Debbie Allen. After opening remarks by Rebecca Robidoux, Honor Society president, and Mr. Whitty, at the annual Academic Awards assembly on May 7, 1987, congratulations were in order for many students. Mr. Whitty announced that Thomas Grant and Kristen Svendsen would be valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 1987. The Brown Book Award went to Sheryl Pearce, the D.A.R. Good Citizen Award to Rebecca Robidoux, and the Rensselaer Medal for Math-Science and the Bausch Lomb Junior Science Award to Scott Di Fiore. Awards for humanities were made by Dr. Oliver, Latin awards by Mrs. Thibault including the announcement of 28 new members to the national Latin Honor Society, Theater Arts by Miss Cobb, and Business and Occupational Education awards by Mr. Slowe. Awards for excellence in Physical Education were made by Mr. Paling to Christopher Roche and Tracey Elliott, new Honor Society members were introduced and class presidents read the names of students earning highest honors at least one term this year. Honor Society president, Becky Robidoux, introduces Mr. Whitty. Sheryl Pearce accepts the Brown Book Award for excellence in English from Mr. Whitty. Mrs. Duhamel consults with Mr. Slowe. Mr. Whitty and Mr. Pickering pose with Scott DiFiore, winner of the Rensselaer Medal and the Bausch and Lomb Award. Awards Assembly 95 Active year Once again, Mr. Wilson Whitty directed the Student Council through another busy year. The officers were Sue Billingkoff, president; Kelly Achin, vice-president; Kim Babb, secretary; Laura Barret, corresponding secretary; John O ' Connor, treasurer; and Tanya Everton, sargeant-at-arms. Representatives from the senior class were Chris Paradis, Kristen Violet and Kathi Phipps. The juniors were represented by Dave Lewis, Keith Meyer and John Rijo. Holly Desmarais, Gwen Floyd and Sarah McKinnon represented the sophomore class and for the freshmen Kim Dyer, Jeff Kraskouskas and Jeff Hally. Activities began with a successful blood drive in September. Then, in November, the Council sponsored Homecoming. December saw a candy cane sale and the annual collection for the " Santa Fund” took place to help a needy family have a merrier Christmas. In January the annual Father-Daughter dance was held and again was a huge success. Carnations for students and faculty were sold at Valentine ' s Day. With the 1986-87 school year almost over, the current officers felt it was a good year, and wish next year ' s officers the same success. Kelly Achin delivers Valentine Day flowers to homerooms. Student Council members, first row: Keith Meyer, John Rijo, Gwen Floyd, Kim Babb, Kim Dyer, Tanya Everton, Dave Lewis. Second row; Kelly Achin, Kathie Phipps, Sue Billingkoff, John O ' Connor, Kristen Violet, Chris Paradis, Laura Barrett. Student Council If II Pushing for change Sandy Bainton does her part by giving blood. Jim Dumont pushes up his sleeves, as he prepares to donate blood. The Student Advisory Council for 1986-87 consisted of seniors Heidi Anderson, Matt Dillon, and Cathy Onoyan, and juniors Becky Bliss, Jason Boronski, Bev Griffin and John Rijo. The committee met regularly with Mr. Whitty to discuss such topics as allowing shorts to be worn in school, changing certain courses into honors courses, and extending the rights of students overall. The members also met with Mrs. Leary, asking her to make salads and juice available in the cafeteria. Members of the Regional SAC this year were Jason Boronski and John Rijo. They attended monthly meetings in Lakeville to leam more about the overall school system. Student Advisory Council members, first row: Matt Dillon, Cathy Onoyan, Heidi Anderson, Jason Boronski, John Rijo. Second row: Beverly Griffin, Becky Bliss. What fun the fathers and daughters are having at the Student Council sponsored affair! Kim Babb and John O ' Connor take a break from running the blood drive. Chuck Heap and Mike Inglese enjoy a snack after giving blood Student Advisory Council 97 Mum HAS US RACE BIT ITS The officers for the 1986- 87 Art Club included Amy Patterson, president; Kerry Ziergiebel, vice-president; Kathy Coyle, secretary; and Noelle Auclair, treasurer. Advisor was Ms. Carolyn Wachta. theme, complete with BEACH BOYS music and HAWAIIAN PUNCH, provided fun for all involved. With the funds raised, the club decided to award a $500. scholarship to a graduating art student from the Class of 1987. A contribution of $100. was also given to the art department. It was an exceptional year for fundraising. At Halloween the " Treat-a- Friend” candy sale was a smashing success and provided considerable funds. Members also painted pumpkins. The Art Club decided to ring in Spring with a special dance. The " beach party” A Chinese dinner topped off a fantastic year, showing the Club ' s growing strength for years to come. Scholarship given Art Club officers: Kathy Coyle, Amy Patterson, Kristen Violet, Kerri Ziergiebel. 98 Art Club Art Club members, first row: Kim Siegwart, Cathy Savard, Mike Pestana. Second row: Karen Violet, Kerri Ziergiebel, Pam DiFiore, Cathy Onoyan, Amy Patterson, Kathy Coyle, Kristen Wemborg, Kris Waseleski, Kelley McPhee. Third row: Lorine Grant, Traci Wojciechowski, Joellen Sias, Amy Rhilinger, Mary Strachan, Bonnie Fong, Karen Boutin, Michele Chastenet. Fourth row: Kristen Violet, Glenn Mustier, Kelly Webb, Megan Ruane, Harold Rigby, Kristen Dyer. If A Date with the Dads The 13th annual Father- Daughter Dance was held on January 24, 1987 in the high school cafeteria. The evening, organized by the Student Council, consisted of a hot and cold buffet, catered by Bliss and music by Positive Image. Once again, this was a night of fun to remember by both fathers and daughters. Fathers and daughters enjoy a slow dance. Tammy Sawyer has a pre-dinner snack. The Dads show their daughters This all looks SO good! how it ' s really done. Richelle Burns smiles happily with her Father. Father-Daughter Dance Mr. Roche shares a dance with Rolanda Booker. Cultures from other countries On Thursday, February 12, 1987, the foreign exchange students took part in an assembly for junior and senior foreign language students. Rania ElFangry (Egypt), Trude liogvold (Morway), Kenneth Chan (Hong Kong), and Eva Blom (Norway) showed slides and told about their countries and cultures. Trude Mogvold addresses the foreign language students about her country. Rania ElFangry compares students from Egypt with American teenagers. South Africa and Costa Rica were also represented by seniors Jenny Pearce and George Acosta. Mrs. Balut assisted in organizing the assembly which was interesting and enjoyable to all. Let us hope we can continue the cultural exchange in the coming years. Foreign Exchange students, first row Trude Mogvold, Rania ElFangry. Second row: Ken Chan, Eva Blom, Jenny Pearce, George Acosta. Eva Blom shares Norway ' s culture with North students. Ken Chan and George Acosta relax after speaking. 100 Foreign Exchange Student Assembly JCL holds slave raffle national Latin Exam Award Winners: Mrs. Thibault, Jennifer Desilets, Cindy Tremblay, Kim Flanagan, Lynn Sherman, Audra Bucklin, Mark Foley, Shelley Stack, Bonnie Fong, Sheryl Pearce, Steve Johnson, Kris Svendsen, Matt Allen. national Latin Honor Society, first row: Lynn Sherman, Jennifer Desilets, Dawn Brandley, Karen Lake, Greg DeMattos, nick Patalano, Steve Johnson, Cindy Tremblay, Matt Allen. Second row: Gwen Floyd, Kris Svendsen, Lynn Grantham, Marcy Merigold, Barbara Griffin, Dawn DeMattos, Michelle Wright, Kris Wernborg, Heather Waite. Third row: Chris Emerson, Shelley Stack, Becky Bliss, Audra Bucklin, Mark Foley, Erin Maione, Bonnie Fong, Lori Lind, Sheryl Pearce. Latin Club members, first row: Lori Lind, Erin Maione, Mark Foley, Dave Edwards, Rich Morin, Brian Raymond, Sheryl Pearce, Michelle Vandette. Second row: Karen Lake, Jennifer Desilets, Lynn Greco, Lynn Grantham, Lisa Desrosiers, Lorry Jeppe, Karen Blanton, Shelley Stack, Dawn Brandley, Maureen Keleher, Cindy Tremblay, Heather Waite. Third row: Robert Armour, Gwen Floyd, Bonnie Fong, Kerri Flanagan, Becky Bliss, Chris Puccio, Cathy Onoyan, Sharon Lacasse, Ellen Sousa, Marcy Merigold, Jill Fulton, Barbara Griffin, Stacie Kimbrel, Michelle Wright, Eileen McDeed, Chris Roche. Fourth row: Lynn Sherman, Dave Schmidt, Lynn Schromm, Heath Hobson, Dawn Cleveland, Debbie LaPensee, Mike Pestana, Bill Varden, Chris Wernborg, Sandy lonelli. Dawn DeMattos, Kris Dyer, Sarah Mandell, Audra Bucklin. Latin Club officers, first row: Kerri Flanagan, Bonnie Fong, Heath Hobson. Second row: Debbie LaPensee, Jill Fulton, Mike Pestana, Becky Bliss. It was another great year for the Latin Club! NAHS Junior Classical League is part of the Massachusetts JLC and national JLC. The officers for 1986-87 were Mike Pestana, president; Kerri Flanagan, vice- president secretary; and Bonnie Fong, treasurer. Along with other club members they worked exceptionally hard to build one of the most solvent treasuries in the club ' s history. A slave raffle and the annual Thanksgiving bake sale were most successful. A party started off the year to welcome all members. In February, members of the Club viewed the classic movie, " Ulysses ' . Some members attended Junior Classics Day, held at Holy Cross College on March 5, where they listened to speeches and participated in seminars. Latin students once again competed in the national Latin Exam. Twelve students received recognition for their good scores and three students received silver medals, depicting excellent scores: Shelley Stack, Lynn Sherman and Mark Foley. Also, the north chapter of the national Latin Honor Society welcomed 28 students. Advisor is Mrs. Phyllis Thibault. Latin Club 101 The Latin Club bake sale keeps Bonnie Fong and Kerri Flanagan busy as delicious goods are sold to the students. ' Project adventure ' ' - aid to leaders The physical education leaders are a group of senior athletes who choose to help the physical education teachers during the year. The leaders devote one period a day leading warm-up- exercises, taking attendance and refereeing games. This is good experience for anyone planning to further his her education in physical education. The leaders also receive two credits per semester, and have a choice of doing this activity for one semester or for the full year. This year the leaders, under the supervision of Mr. Paling, attended what was called " project adventure " . Here the leaders were able to mentally and physically challenge themselves, enabling them to become better leaders to the underclassmen. Andy Bliss shows Paul and Gary how to hold the basketball for shooting. Physical Education leaders, first row: Stan Warenda, Kristin Pickering, Matt Lennox, Glenn Pasquel, Becky Robidoux, Sheila Marchand, Pam DiFiore, Kristen Violet, Tracey Elliott. Second row: Alyssa Gutauskas, Mike Horlbogen, Joe Jette, Jeff Tagerman, Chris Roche, Amy Patterson, Chris Paradis. Third row: Stephanie Cooper, Matt Cody, Tracy Westman, Cathy Onoyan. Fourth row: Derek Mayes, Jason Berg, Andy Bliss, Chris Horlbogen, Tami Davison, Tracy Udelson. Chris Paradis and Mr. Paling are hanging around during " Project Adventure " . Becky Robidoux is ready for a Mike Horlbogen is all set and catch from one of the students. ready to go! 102 Physical Education Leaders Time savers Guidance Aides, first row: Dan Ricci, Phil Hefron, Kris Dezotell, John Croall. Second row: Ed Knight, Traci hood, Traci Allen, Gail Wilkie, Sharyn Hallal. nurses Aides: Julie McKenna, Michelle Lee, and Mrs. Albertini. Office Aides, first row: Karen Ricci, Maureen Kelley, Kerri Corbett, Kathy Tattersall, Shannon Moody, Lynn Schromm. Second row: Kris Dezotell, Chris Martin, Brian Raymond, Traci Hood, Robert Bradley. Media Aides: Ray Lynch, Mike Dezotell, Kris Dezotell, Bethani Childs, not pictured: Sherry Sweeney, Cheryl Shepard, Robert Bradley, Bill Clark. Aides 103 4 The students at NAMS are not that much different to- day than when their parents attended high school. Changes have oc- curred in a positive manner: curriculum choices, co-ed sports, more and varied extracurricu- lar activities, no dress code, a more relaxed atmo- sphere, and girls are now encouraged to reach high in educational achievement. More social decisions are inflicted on stu- dents, some pleas- ant and some not so pleasant: strong peer pressure, hold- ing a job, trying to do well in school, dating, to name a few. Students assess their values, use common sense, take nothing for granted, be inquiring and creative and look to the best possible future. EDITORS: Tracey Elliott Pamela DiEiore m Freshmen Elected as officers for the Class of 1990 were Richie Burns, president; Julie Fulton, vice-president; Jean Clinton, s ecretary; Mary Strachan, treasurer. Representatives to the Student Council were Jeff Kraskouskas, Jeff Hally, Kim Dyer and Debbie Allen. The freshman class won first place in the Homecoming float competition. The slogan we used was " Put Mansfield in Its Place!” High school was not as hard as we all thought, and we hope for many great things in the years ahead. Daniel Ajoue, Michelle Ala, Deborah Allen, Matthew Allen, Traci Allen, Cindy Anderson, Aimee Aussant, Jennifer Baldwin. Ivory Banks, Chere Bellavance, Erin Bennett, Elizabeth Blackburn, Shad Blake, William Blake, riancy Boltz, Rolanda Booker. 106 Freshmen Qretchen Boyle, Robert Bradley, Hoel Brady, Ma- rie Bray, Shawn Brillon, Richard Burns, Patrick Bury, Jennifer Buteau. Derek Cameron, Justin Camire, Troy Campbell, William Campbell, Laura Chalifoux, George Char- ron, Cara Cheney, Ste- ven Clairmont. Kelli Clark, William Clark, Susanne Clarkin. Jamie Clements, Dawn Cleveland, Jean Clinton. Michelle Cloutier, Mi- chelle Collar, Brian Conley. Timothy Cooke, Kerri Corbett, Lisa Corrigan. Diane Coutcher, Christo- pher Cowdry, Peter Cragan. John Croall, Mark Cro- teau, James Cryan. Freshmen 107 Courtney Cummings, Jeremy Daggett. Keith Darling, Lisa Belaurier. Jennifer Delfino, Tina Delorey. Greg DeMattos, Regan Dery. Jennifer Desilets, David Didiase, Chacora Doane, Cindy Drotts, Sarah Drought, Kimberly Dyer, Fouard El-Khaouli, Gregg Ellis. Lorie Ellis, Barbara Fellmann, Lauren Fish, Kimberly Flanagan, Jamie Foster, Michelle French, Christopher Frost, Jason Fuller. Julie Fulton, Michael Garrow, Brian Goeller, Kerry Gonzalez. Karen Gookin, Denise Gordon, Brenda Goulart, James Gray. Kristen Hanley and Lynn Schromm perform a Christmas carol. Lisa Delaurier and Michelle Vandette are stuck in silence in freshman study. 108 Freshmen Lynne Greco, Philip Maines, Kristen Hanley, Amy Hargreaves, Julie Hartford, Heidi Hiltz, Heath Hobson, Claudine Holdgate. Carla Holt, Traci Hood, Kevin HorrocKs, Lori Houle, Lisa Housman, Craig Jacobs, Chris Jaquello, Lynne Jerpi. Jason Johnson. Richard Johnson. Steve Johnson. Kevin Kane. David Kelliher, Dana Kirby, Edward Knight, Nathan Knowles, John Kosar, Jeffrey Kraskouskas. Richard Krawiec, Brian Lacasse. Robert Lanthier, Lisa Lareau, Natalie Levin, Jennifer Linowski, Laura Linowski, Melissa Lockwood, Rebecca Long, Shannon Lorimer. Freshmen 109 Robin Loring, Lynn Macaione, Lisa MacFherson, Christine Maher, Dana Manton, Michael Marcoccio, Christine Marcoux, David Marsden. Jeff Martell, Christopher Martin, John McCloskey, Lisa McGill, Eric McGlashing, Julie McKenna, Tina McKeon, Mark Medeiros. Robert Middleton, Eric Moody, Shannon Moody. Robert Morin, Aimee Morrison, Eric Murawski. Jeff Mally, Julia Mardelli, Britt nelson. Kristen nesbitt, Leslie Hewport, Daniel horeck, Jessica O ' Brien. Paul Orloski, Jason Ormonde, Amy Palmquist, Tanya Palo. Donna Paul, Mark Pedini, Christina Perkoski, Christine Perrota. Julie McKenna watches the football game, carefully. looks oddly at the camera John Croall 110 Freshmen Melissa Peterson, Brian Pichierri. Barbara Fellmann and Mark Croteau make the best out of class. Amy Morrison shows off her dental work, Tracy Pierini, Kathleen Post. Michael Precourt, Derek Preston. Michelle Puccio, Brian Raymond. Jeffrey Reardon, Kristin Reardon, Mary Rego, Amy Rhilinger, Karen Ricci, riicole Rickard, Gerri Riel, Michelle Rioux. Jason Risser, Bridget Roche, Carina Romero, Steven Rosbach, Sarah Rousseau, Matthew Roy, Jamie Schofield, Lynn Schromm. Sarim Sek, Donald Sevigny, Matthew Shatzer, Michael Shaw. Kevin Sheasgreen. Mikkol Shepard, Lynn Sherman, Todd Sherry. Freshmen 111 Freshmen 113 The Class of 1989 was advised by Robert Aussant this year. Elected class officers were Dawn Hasselbaum, president; Lisa Fowler, vice-president; Jen Foster, secretary; Rim Chamley, treasurer. Representatives to the Student Council included Holly Desmarias, Gwen Floyd, and Sarah McKinnon. We had high hopes for our sophomore year. The first big event was the float competition at Homecoming. On november 9, a thing of beauty emerged from Bob Miller ' s garage. Our float, however, appealed less to the judges, but third place isn ' t bad. We were supposed to have a magical Christmas dance, but all the students seemed to be busy that night. The dance was cancelled, but maybe next year .... Class dues were $5.00, in an attempt to raise our low treasury. A bake sale early in the year helped, but more is planned: car washes, bake sales and a bottle drive. It has been an interesting year, and we are looking forward to being juniors. David Abdou, Mark Albertini, Roland Alix, Erika Anza, Jennifer Arguin, Dana Ashworth, Qlenn Auclair, Micole Aussant. Karin Bachand, Kerri Bardsley, Kelly Battersby, Neal Beaupre, Jay Becket, Julie Benoit, Anthony Bertino, Michelle Besaw. Sophomores 114 Sophomores Sophomores show their spirit during the rally. Sebastian Bilsborough, Susanne Blackinton, Michelle Blais, Karen Blanton, Cynthia Bliss, Grace Blodgett, Donald Bourgeios, Kevin Boynton. Dawn Brandley, Erin Buckley, Cari Bums, Heidi Byers, Kristin Caisse, Kristin Cappucino, Pioelle Chace, Michelle Chagnon. Scott Charette, Kim Chamley. Bethani Childs, Jennifer Christensen. Kathryn Clapp, John Clark. Tina Clark, Edward Cochrane, Timothy Colleran, Kimberly Colvin, Christopher Cowley, Kerry Connelly, Peter Cooke, Deborah Costic. Kerry Cote, Sean Coyle, Derek Crook, Richard Davignon, Trade DeForest, Timothy Delfino, Daniel Delsignore, Steven DeMarco. Tara DeMarco, Holly Desmarias, Lisa Desrosiers, Michael Dezotell, Diane Dimaio, William Dion, Matthew Dobro, James Dufault. Sophomores 115 Kenneth Dumas, Cynthia Dunn, Kerri Dunn, Mark Edwards, Thomas Eliason, Julie Erickson, Duane Everton, Renee Farrugia. Paul Faulder, Larry Fecteau, Bonnie Feeney Wayne Fernandes. Leah Fisk, Ellen Flanagan, Owendolyn Floyd, Chad Forbes. Jennifer Foster, Lisa Fowler, Sherri Fraise, Linda France. Jill Fulton, Christine Qagielo, Ryan Qagne, Sean Qanley, Bertram Qardner, Gary Gardner, Jennifer Gaudette, Barry Gaumond. Wayne Gomes, Allynn Grantham, Cynthia Grantham, Marion Grantham. Barbara Griffin, Lisa Guillette, Ernest Quimond, David Hancock. Dawn Hasselbaum, Valerie Hines, Harry Hobson, Keith Housman. 116 Sophomores Tina Hugh, Kevin Hurder, Joseph Jackson, Deborah Jarchow. Steven Johnson, Roger Joyal, Maureen Keleher, Kristin Kelley. Sophomores 117 Kim Colvin displays her spirit during the game. Sean Kelter, James Kentros, Matthew Keyes. Jill Kieltyka. John Kieman, Stacie Kimbrel, Thomas Klarwasser, Adrien Knowles. James Kravatz, Karl Kronheim, Jason Laferriere, Karen Lake. Brook Laurence gets a thrill. Lance Lambom, James Lamonte, Derek La Plante, Qreg Larson. Brook Laurence, Richard Lavasseur, Christine Lavelle, Mark Laviano. Lou LeBlanc, Todd LeBlanc, Michelle Lee, Paul Le Qende. Brian Lennox, Jodie Leslie, James Lippmeier, Raymond Lynch, Kyla Magnan, Sarah Mandell, Matthew Marcoullier, Joseph Marsden. Stephen Marshall, Paul Martin, Lino Martins, Scott McCarthy, Alexander McCrae. Eileen McDeed, Chad McKenna, Judi McQuade. Marcy Merigold, Jonathan Mikulis, Robert Miller, Debra Mitchell, Thomas Mitchell, Richard Morris, Julie Morrison, Patricia Morse. Laura Moscato, Cheryl Muir, Mark Newport, Jeanne Ney. Mark Oliveira, Karen Otash, Scott Paris, Prank Pasquel. Nicholas Patalano, Laura Patterson, Rebecca Pearson, Christine Pereira, Eileen Phalen, Richard Pinsonnault, Derrilyn Pion, Cheryl Potter. Christine Prat, Laura Prescott, Kerri Quintal, Jennifer Re, Jeffrey Reinsant, Robert Reuter, Vicki Reynolds, Daniel Ricci. Gary Richards, Nassim Rizvi, Marc Robichaud, Paul Roditakis, Brian Rodriguez, Daryl Rodriguez, Alison Rose, Aaron Ryder. Steve Marshall prepares to strut the halls. 118 Sophomores Julie Schubnel, Derek Slaney, Matthew Slaney. Donna Solari, Brent Sorrels, Michelle Sparks. Suzanne Spoltore, Ian Stafford, Sharon Stafford. Cindy Tremblay, Lynn Vincent, Ann Viscusi. Heather Waite, Eric Walsh, Gail Wilkie, Tracy Williams, Chad Winship, Derek Witt, Jason Worthington, Michelle Wright. Eric Yankee. Laura Young. Edward Zonffillo. Sophomores take time out during lab. Lance Lambom pays close attention. Sophomores 119 4 In memoriam The loss of Jimmy Kravatz made us all think hard about the life that we take for granted. It ' s something that none of us really thought about until now. When Jimmy died on February 9, 1987, he left behind many friends and family, who cared about and loved him very much. The pain, that those of us close to Jimmy feel, is something that we will all carry with us forever. Though time will ease some of the pain, it will never extinguish the feelings that we now fight to control. Jimmy was 15 years old when an irresponsible motorist took his life. He had so many plans for the future, and he was so very, very young. He never got the chance to experience the dreams that he had. Jimmy ' s spark was his music. He had a fire in him to be the best possible musician. The world will never know what they missed. So, to Jimmy Kravatz we all say, not goodbye, but farewell, since goodbye seems too near forever. Until we re together again in God ' s heaven, we hold the memories of Jimmy close to our hearts and wait impatiently until we meet again. Farewell Jimmy. We all love and miss you very much. James V. Falcone 1987 120 Sophomores ' ' never say goodbye’ ’ As we grow older, and our lives go on, a night we will surely remember is April 23, 1987. Our Junior Prom, held at the Marriott in Providence, was highlighted by the selection of Tanya Everton as our Prom Queen. Her court members were Laura Barrett, Michele Webb, Lauren Harris, Michele Ronci, Tina Peterson, Kristen Dyer and Kelley McPhee. The entertainment for the evening was supplied by the band Positive Image. The prom was both successful and fun, and everyone looked great! Many thanks to Mr. Bob Guthrie, Mr. Don Johnson and the administration for helping to make this one of the great memories we will always cherish. The Junior Prom Queen, her court and escorts: Laura Barrett and Dave Lewis, Kelley McPhee and Mike Sullivan, Lauren Harris and Jim Brennan, Michele Ronci and Matt Qaulin, Queen Tanya Everton and Shon St. Lawrence, Michele Webb and Jeff Walchol, Kris Dyer and Ron Bravetti, Tina Peterson and Matt Cody. Sandy lonelli and Becky Verge smile shyly for the camera. Shelley Stack dances to the theme song, ' Never Say Goodbye " . 122 Junior Prom Amy Watts, Kathy Farnell and Kris- Wernborg ham it up a bit. The Junior class socializes throughout the night. Mr. Whitty crowns Tanya Everton as Junior Prom Queen. Chris Pratt and Mike Pestana enjoy an enchanted evening. Karen Moreshead and Jim McCrae smile happily as they wait for dinner. Lauren Harris, Jim Brennan, Peter Deppisch and Jo-Ann Gaskin enjoy their special night. Junior Prom 123 Juniors Scott DiFiore, President Jason Gittle, Vico President Patrick McCann, Secretary Kelley McPhee, Treasurer The Class of 1988 was advised this year by Nr. Bob Guthrie and Mr. Don Johnson. Elected to the Student Council were John Rijo, Dave Lewis and Keith Meyer. Tanya Everton and Laura Barrett were officers to the Student Council. At the Homecoming game parade, the junior float placed second. Tanya Everton and Kelly McPhee were elected to the Homecoming Queen ' s court. The junior class was tested right away in the annual Powderpuff Game. Reversing tradition, the Junior Jets, guided by Mike Sullivan and Matt Gaulin, defeated the Senior Sharks in a physical struggle. The class made a substantial profit from a very successful concession stand, run during basketball games. The most memorable event of the year was the Junior Prom. It was held at the Marriott Hotel in Providence, R.l. on April 23, 1987. Peter Abdou, Rosemarie Al-Amir, Glen Alfred, Arnold Alonzo, George Aussant, Derek Barber, Laura Barret, Deborah Beaudoin. Kyra Berry, Kerri Bizier, Becky Bliss, Thomas Boehling, Peter Bonome, Catrell Booker, James Borland, Jason Boronski. 124 Juniors Karen Boutin, Lisa Bradley, Ronn Bravetti, Michelle Bray, Jeff Breitenbach, James Brennan, Keith Bricault, Gregory Brogan. Brian Brousseau, Audra Bucklin, Michelle Buie, Holly Bums, Todd Bums, Jill Bury, Kathleen Cabral, Dawn Cahill. Laura Calligan, Lisa Campbell. Jane Carroll, Steven Carter. Cort Caruso, Bobby Cavaliere. Mike Sullivan, Eric Swanson, Scott DiFiore and Tim Puopolo work on a new football play. Jodi Chabot, Michele Chastanet, Deborah Clark, Donna Clark, Kristen Connelly, Christine Cordeiro, Lisa Corvese, Kathleen Coyle. Mark Creegan, Sandra Culhane, Susan Culp, Shannon Cuzzetto, Christine Dargis, Robbie Dean, Brian Delfino, Dawn Demattos. Paul Deppisch, Peter Deppisch, Michelle Desautel, Gerard Deschenes, Stacey Devlin, Kristen Dezotell Scott DiFiore, Craig Donais. Juniors Raymond Doran, Carolyn Dorr, Jennifer Doucette, Jennifer Dowgiala, Kimberly Doyle, nancy Drought, Stephanie Dumont, Michael Dupuis. Kristin Durang, Kristen Dyer, Lee Eliason, Theresa Elwood. Debra England, Tanya Everton, Kathy Famell, Heide Fernandes. Derek Fisher, Kerri Flanagan, Michael Flores, Bonnie Fong. Trade Fontaine, Gregory Foster, Ryan Franz, Gabrielle Gagne, Jo-Ann Gaskin, Ann- Marie Gaulin, Matthew Gaulin, Christine Gioia. Jason Gittle, Joseph Goulart, Joanna Goulette, Beverly Griffin, Kelli Grimes. Becky Hamilton, Kevin Hanley, Lauren Harris, Heidi Hasselbaum, Michael Hazen. Jeffrey Hillman, Jennifer Hilsman, Garth Hobson, Philip Holdgate, Pamela Houde. 126 Juniors Marc Liberatore puckers up to Jason Gittle as Tim Puopolo looks on. Dawn Velino questions the teacher. Glenn Hustler, Beth laconis, Christine lerardi, Richard Inman, Sandra lonelli, Sandra Iveson, Lynn Janick, Scott Jaquello. Allison Jewell, Amy Jillson, Christopher Jillson, Carol Johnson. Jeffrey Johnson, Jennifer Jordan, Michelle Joseph, Aaron Jost. Deborah Keenan, Kristen Kelly, Tim Kelly, Stephen Kenneally. Christopher Kephart, Jason Kiff, Debra Kirby, Jodi Kosar, John Kraskouskas, Dawn Kuzoian, Michael Lamar, Cassandra Laramee. Marc Larochelle, Michael LeBeau, Paul LeBlanc. Rene Lefevre, Anthony Lewis. David Lewis, Marc Liberatore, Lori Lind, Marimelda Llacuna, Christopher Lund. Laura Lytkowski, Michelle MacCormack, Steven MacDonald, Stacy Macomber, Erin Maione. Juniors 127 Pamela Manton, Deanna Marceau, Andrew Marcoullier, Melanie Marshall, David Martin, Stephen McAfee. Patrick McCann, Devin McCloskey, James McCrae, Jane McCretton, Michael McKenna, Sally McKenna. Patricia McLaughlin, Danny McMielly, Kelley McPhee, John Medeiros, Rhonda Megna, Keith Meyer. Marilyn Miller, Scott Miller, Richelle Mobriant, Karen Moreshead. Richard Morin, Jody Morrell, Christian Morse, Edward Morse. Jessie Mullen, Kathleen Mullen, Amy Maismith, Kenneth riarkiewicz. Kim Moviello, Stacie Mye, Tim O ' Brien, Lauriann O ' Connell. Rhonda Paradis, Marianne Pardi, Dennis Patnaude, Sheryl Pearce. Matt Pion debates a classroom dilema. Nancy Drought and Kristen Dyer smile for the camera. Tanya Everton and Laura Barrett are pretty in pink. 128 Juniors Robert Pell, Christine Pelletier, Erin Perkoski, Bernadette Pesce. John Rijo learns the new art of palm reading. Tim Kelly and Shelley Stack take advantage of the Media Center. Mike Pestana livens up a routine Latin class. Dodi Pesce, Kristina Peterson, Wayne Pierce, Matthew Pion. Griffin Porter, Kristine Puccio, Timothy Puopolo, Kellie Reynolds. James Rhilinger, Glenn Riel, Paula Riel, John Rijo, Linda Ristaino, Bethany Robitaille, David Rogers, Richard Romero. Michele Ronci, Michael Rosbach, Rachael Routhier, Megan Ruane. Keiran Ruth, Derek Sankey, Catherine Savard, David Schmidt. Audrey Scott. Lisa Sebastiao, Saroeum Sek, Kristen Shaw, Kimberly Siegwart, Christine Silva. Juniors 129 Debra Simms, Corrie Smith, Stephen Smith, Ellen Sousa, Mark Sowersby. John Spadaro, Shelley Stack. Kirk Stinson, Shon St Lawrence. Michael Sullivan, Eric Swanson, Sherry Sweeney, Pamela Taillon, Andrea Tatro. Andrea Toole, William Varden, Dawn Velino, Becky Verge, Melissa Wagner. Jason Walker, Sarah Walker, Paula Walsh, Kristine Waseleski, Michele Webb. April Welsh, Kristen Wemborg, Lance Williams, Lori Williams, Curtis Winn. Audra Bucklin counts to five Debbie Clark flashes her pearly whites. Michele Webb poses for a snapshot. Gregory Wright. 130 Juniors U BICO John Stringfellow helps keep his classroom clean. 132 BICO BICO students, first row: David Padula, Heather Benson, Kirsten Bender, John Stringfellow, Jason Chavez, Kim Arraiz, Kim Costa- Gardner. Second row: Alan Krzystow, Donald Mercier, Edward Osborne, Brian Bolduc, John MacGregor, John Rogan, Joanne Cimino. Joanne Cimino studies her work carefully. Kim Costa-Gardner examines her book. Donald Mercier counts out each piece with ease. irsten Bender wipes out each spot. John Rogan takes time out to smile for the camera. m s ' i Alan Krystow checks out the supplies for his work. ■ As September began, the Class of 1987 found itself on the " top of the world " . Just ten more months of school until our release from the confines of NAHS. The ten months passed quickly, although the days often dragged on endlessly. Decisions on colleges and jobs were made as Spring approached. As we neared the end, goodbyes were said, amid tears and laughter. Join us, as we relive our senior year in a picture history. EDITORS: Charles Heap Catherine Onoyan mgrnm « yjv J 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND HISTORY President - Randy Boutin Vice-President - Sheila Marchand Secretary - Kerry Ziergiebel Treasurer - Kelley Jordan CLASS HISTORY We started our Freshman year of high school in the fall of 1983. We were all a little timid about entering Morth High for the first time. Soon after our arrival, Mr. Albertini stepped forward and offered to guide us through our first year. Steven Connolly was elected as president; Holly Bishop, vice-president; Kelley Jordan, treasurer; and Kerrin Corrigan, secretary. Kelly Achin, Sue Billingkoff and Kathie Phipps represented the class on the Student Council. Our float for Homecoming came in a competitive fourth place, leaving room for improvement. Holly Bishop and Kathie Phipps were selected to represent the Freshman class in the Queen ' s court for Homecoming. With a year behind us, we began our Sophomore year under the leadership of Randy Boutin, president; Holly Bishop, vice-president; Kelly Jordan, treasurer; and Kerrin Corrigan, secretary. Our Student Council members were Sue Billingkoff, Kelly Achin and Kim Babb. The treasury increased with the addition of class dues and funds raised from our spring dance. Holly Bishop and Kelley Jordan were elected to ride on our Homecoming float which took first place in the annual competition. We also ordered our class rings during the year. 138 Seniors These arrived, with much excitement, in March. Our Junior year approached quickly. Elected as the class officers were Randy Boutin, president; Holly Bishop, vice president- Kelly Jordan, treasurer,- and Kerrin Corrigan, secretary. Our Student Council members were John O ' Connor, Chris Paradis and Eric Bellavance. Profits from a school sponsored dance and our basketball concession stand increased our treasury. During the fall we participated in the annual Powderpuff Football game, falling to the Senior Sharks by a score of 14-6. A large portion of the year went into planning our prom, held at the Sheraton Inn in Mansfield on April 18. The theme song was " This Could Be the Night " . Kelley Jordan was elected Prom Queen. The court members were Michelle Garrow, Sandy Bainton, Kathie Phipps, Kerrin Corrigan, Amii LeGendre, Holly Bishop, Sue Billingkoff, Kristen Violet and Kim Babb. Our Junior Prom was the last in North High history to be allowed to use glasses as favors, in an attempt to keep students from drinking alcohol. During our Senior year our class officers were Randy Boutin, president; Sheila Marchand, vice-president; Kerry Ziergiebel, secretary,- and Kelley Jordan, treasurer. The Student Council members were Chris Paradis, Kristen Violet and Kathie Phipps. Amii LeGendre was voted Homecoming Queen,- her court members were Kim Babb and Richelle Burns. We placed fourth in the float competition. In the annual Powderpuff Football game, the Junior Jets edged out the Senior Sharks in a high spirited game, 22-0. Our Senior Prom was held on February 19 at the Marriot in Providence. The theme was " Wonderful Tonight " . Richelle Burns was selected Prom Queen and her court consisted of Kristen Violet, Kim Babb, Sandra Bainten, Krista Barney, Kelley Jordan, Amii LeGendre, Kerrin Corrigan and Kathie Phipps. As we bring our stay at North High to a close we would like to thank Mrs. Duhamel, Ms. Lechner, Mr. Guthrie, Mr. Albertini and Mrs. Balut for all their help and infinite patience through four years. It did not go unappreciated. " The more you are, the more you will become " , was our Senior motto, and it promised great things for our future. George A. Acosta Georgie ' ' " Every day is lost in which we do not learn something useful. Man has no nobler or more valuable possession than time. Winter Track 3; Soccer 3, 4. Rosanne S. Achin Teacher ' s Pet " There ' s a miracle called " friendship, that dwells within the heart, and you don ' t know how it happens or where it gets it ' s start . . . But the happiness it brings you always gives a special lift, and you realize that friendship ' is God s most precious gift! ' ' Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3; Gymnactics 2. Kelly M. Achin " If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost- put foundations under them . " Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1; Field Hockey 1; Cheerleader 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Football Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Jennifer A. Alix " Jenny ' ’ " " In my last moments of childhood, I am desperately, fiercely searching for everything and nothing all at once, discovering something and impatiently throwing it away before examining its value. My futile mission is sparked by my sense of lost time-1 feel must do everything: live, breathe, create, destroy, and die immediately. ” Honor Socety 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Winter Track 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Literary Magazine 2, 3, 4; Andrew Ahrahamson Yearbook 4; newspaper 4; Spring Track 2; Literary Magazine 3, 4. Heidi Anderson Most Talented Student Advisory Committee 4; College Bowl 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One- Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3. Kimberly Arraiz " Kim my ' ' " Don ' t be someone you ' re not. Just be yourself, and you will like yourself a lot better. " Charles Al-Amir " Charlie ' ' " Whenever you dream you ' re holding the key, it opens the door to let you be free . " Media Aide 1, 2. Seniors 139 rioelle C. Auclair " A true friend walks in when the rest of the world walks out. ' " Art Club 4; Powderpuff Player 3, 4. Stacy P. Armstrong Drama Club 2, 4; International Thespian Society 4; One-Act Plays 1, 4; Spring Production 4; Chorus 3; Basketball 1; Tennis 2, 3; Literary Magazine 4. 140 Seniors Christopher S. A ms ’ Amsie " Living in two worlds getting the best of both, I ' m a traveler of both time and space. The beach, the wall, the ends, the girls ; Poppensette, Dave, Larry, John, Linda, Mary, and Michelle, PC. Junior Classical League 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, captain; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Kimberly A. Bards! ey " him " " Friends are people who are your friends forever and don t just say that they will be. " Powderpuff Player 3, 4. Kimberly Babb " Kim " Best Smile " Friends are hard to come by, friends are hard to choose. A real good friendship s hard to find. Good friends you never lose. Friends are not like autumn leaves, you find everywhere, but friends are like diamonds, very precious, very rare . " Student Council 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Daniel T. Ashworth " Ash " " Is it any wonder we somehow survive. The strength and the power comes from somewhere inside You learn to turn your cheek and swallow your pride When you ' ve made up your mind, you step over the line Then it s all just a question of time . " -THIUMPli- Baseball 2; Football 1; Intramurals 2, 3; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. J Sandra L. Bainton " Your destiny lies within your heart . " Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2; Art Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. D Ann L. Barnes " De " , " Lip " , ' Weezie " , " Betty Boop " ' Is anybody happier because you passed his way? Does anyone remember that you spoke to him today? The day is almost over, and its toiling time is through; Is there anyone to utter now a kindly word of you? Can you say tonight, in parting with the day slipping fast, that you helped a single friend of the many that you passed ? " Jason P. Berg " Bergie " " Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things . " Baseball 2; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Eric R. Bellavance Student Council 3; Football 1, 2; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3. Susan M. Billinqkoff " , Sue " " Time present and time past are both perhaps present in time future, and time future contained in time past . " Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, president; Junior Classical League 1; Spring Track 1; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Commitee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Krista Barney Friendliest Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Christine M. Baumhoff " Baum " ' " Oz never did give nothing to the tin man that he didn t already have. " -America- ITewspaper 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Fall Play 1, 2; One-Act Plays 1, 2; Chorus 3; Lab Aide 1. Aaron R. Beach " Beachie " ' Don t be afraid to go after what you want, and live for today and forget about tomorrow . " Golf 1, 2, 3. Dawn M. Bennett " When I grew up and went to school, there were certain teachers who would hurt the children in any way they could. By pouring their decision upon everything we did, exposing every weakness however carefully hidden by the kids. ' -Fink Floyd- Mary B. Barry Powderpuff Player 3. Seniors 141 Molly A. Bishop " Hols " " The good times are the best times, the bad times fade away. The good times are forever, but the best times are here to stay . " Freshman Class Vice President; Sophomore Class Vice President- Junior Class Vice President; Softball 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Eva O. Blom " Thanks for the good times that you have given me, the memories are all in my mind. Good luck to all of you! " Yearbook 4. Brad W. Blackburn " Bush " Most Talented " I ' ve seen the future and it ' s much like the present, only longer . " Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chamber Ensembles 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. John R. Blackinton " Black " , " Bundy " " Who knows! Who cares! Why bother! School is just a place to relax after a good weekend. Ice Hockey 3, 4. Shannon L. Blake " Shan " " Certain people always try. They love to live, they ' ll never die. They shape my life and set my trends. These people are my friends . " Yearbook 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; PowderpufF Player 4. Andrew M. Bliss " Andy " , " Drew " Most Talkative " You have to believe to be able to achieve. ” Yearbook 4; newspaper 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; PowderpufF Coach 3; Float Committees 1, 2; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Brian R. Bolduc " Accept me as I am, so that I can learn what may become . " Gwendolyn D. Blodgett Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 4; One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Math League 4. 142 Seniors Tracy Boyle " When you move on- remember your good friends- but keep your best friends ! " Randy A. Boutin Most Contributing ' A tree is best measured when it ' s down. " -David Byrne- Sophomore Class President; Junior Class President; Senior Class President; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 3; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3; Football 1, 2; Tennis 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; PowderpufT Coach 3; PowderpufF Cheerleader 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3, 4; Literary Magazine 3, 4. Jennifer E. Boehling Lunie lunie " , " 10- Pin " A dream is a wish your head makes ... Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3,; Drama Club 3, 4; International Thespian Society 3, 4; Fall Play 3, 4; One-Act Plays 4; Spring Production 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2; Literary Magazine 4. Patrick B. Boyle " Pio mind Pat " , Patrick " Just remember Love is life. And hate is living death. Live your life for what it ' s worth. And live for every breath. Black Sabbath- Ice Hockey 2. Richard D. Bray " Tomato Tree at last Football 1. -Good Luck Class of 87- Yearbook 1, 2; Softball 1; PowderpufT Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Belly D. Bouchard Boosh I can t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sail to always reach my destination. Michael E. Breitenbach " Mike Don t let things just happen, make them happen . " Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. Timothy S. Bragg Yearbook 3, 4. Seniors 143 Thomas J. Bums Football 1. Mary K. Burke " Mar " , Dizzy " , " Spaceshot " , Tlakey " " Half my life ' s in books, written pages, Live and learn from fools and from sages-you know it ' s true. All the feelings come back to you. Sing with m e-Sing for the year-Sing for the laughter-Sing for the tear-Sing with me if it ' s just for today, maybe tomorrow the Good Lord will take you away-Dream on-Dream on-Dream until your dream comes true! " Feter G. Brown " Ah ... to be young and foolish again. -Mile Bloom- Tennis 4; Intramurals 4. Brenda M. Bryant " Buddy " , " Spud " , " Brens " " What lies behind you and what lies before you are tiny matters compared to what lies w in you. " -Thanks and love to SSLERDD.- Junior Classical League 1, 2. Richelle L. Burns Burnzy Best Looking The world is full of Bings and Queens who blind your eyes, and steal your dreams ; It ' s Heaven and Hell. -Black Sabbath- Art Club 4. Sheri Bril I on " W.B. 4 " " Life is a series of Hello ' s and Goodbyes. How I ' m afraid it ' s time for goodbye, but goodbye doesn t mean forever, it just means c-ya later. " Patricia M. Burns " Tricia " , ' Burnsie " " You have two choices in life; live as you want or as others want you to live, but remember you only live once . " Field Hockey 1; Gymnastics 1; Cheerleader 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Gia L. Buckley " Life is just a fantasy, but dreams can become reality. " 144 Seniors Denise L. Champagne So soon may I follow, when " riendships decay, and from .ove ' s shining circle. The jems drop away! When true leads lie withered, and fond mes are flown, Oh! Who vould in habit This bleak vorld alone? " -Thomas Moore- ioftball 1. V Paula R. Cazzero " Meat " " Those who you know will always be there, through the good times and the bad, for who you are and not what you are, those are your true friends . " Spring Track 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee; Float Committees 1, 2 . Javid M. Cappuccino iaseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball i; Ice Hockey 4. Lisa M. Catalano Paul E. C a sale " Life, it seems to fade away drifting fadher everyday . . . Fade to Black -J. Met field. Me tallica - Yearbook 4. Kenneth Chan " Kenny " , " Channy " ' ' am the winner and the emperor of the second world. Millenovecentattantasette- Winter Track 4; Math League 4. Michael L. Chretien " Creek " " The search for knowledge does not end after high school, or college, it ends when you die! Let our future endeavers be as bnght as our four years here have been. I ' m outa here!! " newspaper 4; Soccer 1, 2. 145 Eric D. Charest Cutest The first sign of maturity is the discovery that the volume knob turns to the left . " Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2. Seniors 146 Superlatives Most Athletic Alyssa Gutauskas Steve Connolly Top of the HEAP Teacher ' s Pet Dave DelVecchio Rosanne Achin Most Talented Heidi Anderson Brad Blackburn Most Contributing Randy Boutin Cathy Onoyan Wittiest Haney Velletri Derek Hayes Superlatives 147 Smartest Amii LeGendre Tom Grant Most Likely to Succeed Mark Housman Tracey Elliott Steven M. Connolly " Steve " , " Mule " Most Athletic " Any man who achieves success through desire, time, and effort is richer than any man born into wealth. ” Freshman Class Vice President; Junior Classical League 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; PowderpufF Coach 3; Float Committees 1; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Herrin M. Corrigan Best Dressed " They are free who do not fear to go to the end of their thoughts . " Freshman Class Secretary; Sophomore Class Secretary; Junior Class Secretary; Gymnastics 1, 2; Cheerleader 2, 3; Art Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Office Aide 1; PowderpufF Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Stephanie J. Cooper " Coop!’ ' " Make a move across the Rubicon Futures knockin ' at your door Take your time And choose the road you want Opportunity is yours. " -Journey- " Easy Going . . . We ll laugh our cares away! " -Big Bird Flies Coop- One Cuban AM- AH- A FI " . " " -CAB and SJC- Flonor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; PowderpufF Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; S.A.D.D. 2. Ann marie Cleveland " Anne " ' The strongest, most generous, and proudest of all virtues is true courage. " -Michael De Montaigne- Media Aide 1. 148 Matthew J. Cody Best Looking Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; PowderpufF Coach 3; Float Committees 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Jill A. Crompton " Jillie " " By the time you find out what makes the world go around, you ' re too dizzy to care. Cheerleader 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; PowderpufF Player 3, 4. Thomas O. Corrigan, Jr. " T " , " T-Bone " " Live for today. Dream for tomorrow. Learn from yesterday . " newspaper 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1; GolF 1, 2. John A. Cooper " Coop " , " Chip People are beautiful if you only take the time to understand them. To go through life judging people without trying to understand them is to cheat yourself of knowing what makes this world go around. But, more . importantly, the more you understand others, the more you will understand yourself . " Office Aide 1. Sharyn L. Croteau ' 7 can t stay any longer, I have to move on. To look for the future; Yesterday is gone . " Gymnastics 1, 2; Cheerleader 2, 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Lisa M. Coutcher " Coutch " , " Teddy Bear Face ' ' " When lights go down, I see no reason-for you to cry. We’ve been through this before in every time Sr in every season. Can t you see it in my eyes-well this may be our last Good-bye . . . Things may change my friend . . . Maybe we 7 meet again . . . Somewhere? . . . Again! ' - Europe- Basketball 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 4; Powderpuff Player 4, captain. Ronald Delfino " Del " " So understand, don ’t waste your time always searching for the wasted year; Face up, make your stand and realize you re living in the Golden years. " Iron Maiden- Robyn T. Couturier Most Bizarere or Original " I want to steal sunlight on my face, I want to see the dustcloud disappear without a trace, I want to take shelter in the poison rain. Where the streets have no name. ’’ Art Club 4; Literary Magazine 4. Frederick J. Delfino " Fred " , " Psycho " I may have implied on several occasions to several different people that I may have been the absolute, but I haven t decided yet what I am or who I am. " Yearbook 1, 2; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3; Winter Track 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1. Amanda G. Cuddeback " Amie " ... And these children that you spit on as they try to change their world are immune to your consultations: they ' re quite aware what they ' re going through . . . Changes. ' ' Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Tami V. Davison " When something is within your grasp, take it; when it ' s out of grasp, reach further; and once you have it, don ' t let it go. Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, captain; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Kristen E. Darling " Kris " , Kwisten " If you don t leave the world in better shape than when you got here, then what ' s the point? ' ' Honor Society 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Color Guard 3; Yearbook 4. David DelVecchio Teacher ' s Pet ' Life is like an onion; you take it peel by peel-and sometimes you cry . " Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Math League 4. Lea C. Deschenes " ... .The Universe itself keeps on expanding and expanding, in all of the directions it can whiz. As fast as it can go, the speed there is, so remember when you ' re feeling very small and insecure, how amazingly unlikely is your birth -and pray that there ' s intelligent life somewhere out in space, cause there ' s none at all down here on earth. " -Eric Idle- Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3, 4; One- Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Literary Magazine 2, 3. Cheryl A. Del Sign ore ' Triends you ' ve kept and friends you ' ve made, through the years it ' s friends you ' ve stayed. Dearest friends will stay at heart, but it ' s time to leave and make a new start. So, one last embrace and one last cry-the time has come to say goodbye. " Heidi E. Deppisch " Depp nobody knows, what dreams I see And nobody ' s really sure just who they want to be But everybody has a place in time Chance to live, need to find We all got something that we care about propose you find it out ' - Billy Squier Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; Softball 1; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committee 1; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Kimberly H. Demers " Kimmie " , Kimba " " Desperate Living-trying to see Breakin ' all the rules Only the Strong are gonna be free From the world of fools. " Dokken- Michelle S. DeWitt " Mich " , ' Chicken " " The shortest and surest way of arriving at real knowledge is to unlearn the lessons we have been taught, to remount first principles, and to take nobody ' s word about them . " Yearbook 2, 3; newspaper 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1; Powderpuff Player 3; Float Committe 1; S.A.D.D. 2, 4. Lisa M. Desilets " " Desde " , P.P. " here alone I look at you, you look at me. I think of all those memories (5-3-86). There are so many times I won ' t forget, those we ' ve shared since we met. Friendships made, friendships undone. I ' ll still need you in the years to come. We will never leave each other in a subconscious thought. Alone we will climb, together at heart. We have always been right from the start. feel like a kid again. I don t want to leave my friends. Good luck C.D., K.B., and K.A.C. " Junior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3; Float Committees 1, 4. Craig S. Desrosiers " Keg " , " Kregger " " Expletive deleted . " 150 Seniors Michael R. Dion Junior Classical League 1, 2; Yearbook 2; Cross-Country 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Spnng Track 3, 4; Football 1. Pamela J. DiPiore " Pam ' " " There are many joys that life can bring, but friendship is the sweetest thing . " Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 3; Field Hockey 1; Gymnastics 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Powderpuff Coach 4, Float Committees 1, 2; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; S.A.D.D. 2, 4. Edward F. Donato " Each time you roll the dice Luck will Finally arrive, beep on running. Your time is comin ' Keep your dreams alive, Triumph- Charles P. Dufault, Jr. " Boris ”, " Up” " Yearbooks with their autographs from friends you might have had, these are your important years you better make them last, falling in and out of love just like . . . These are your important years, your life. liusker Du- James E. Dumont " Guy” " It ' s been real, and it ' s been fun, but it hasn t been real fun . " Spring Track 2; Golf 1, 2; Ice Hockey 1, 2; Tennis 4; Intramurals 4. Rania M. ElEangry " There are a lot of things I ' ll never forget and one of these things are memories of good friends, those are the special people who make your life a better one . " Drama Club 4; Fall Play 4. Matthew C. Dillon " Matt”, " Dill” Best Eyes " If the mind were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we could not . " Student Advisory Committee 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 3; Yearbook 4; newspaper 3, 4; Basketball 1; Cross-Country 2; Winter Track 2, 4; Spring Track 2, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Math League 4. Robert G. Edwards " Bob” " The man who has no imagination has no wings . " newspaper 4; Spring Track 1. Seniors 151 Rachel L. Farina " What ' s the use of a house if you haven ' t got a tolerable planet to put it on? Did you know that trees cry out in pain when they ' re cut? I ' ve heard them. But what bells in town toll for them? We prosecute men for abusing children; we ought to prosecute them for maltreating nature, ' -ft. D. Thoreau- Drarr.a Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Magazine 3, 4. Jennifer Flynn Powderpuff Player 4. Theresa M. Fitzsimmons " Te ' , " Terri ' , " Tibbies Always have a dream and believe it will come true. Strive to make it happen in everything you do. Tor dreams are what make life worth living. Love worth taking, and Love worth giving. Dreams keep life from being boring. They lift up your spirit and keep it soaring. " The four sillies! T-IT-T! S.J.M. U.S.A.R. KEEP SMIL IMG! Adios Mis Amigosl- PowderpufF Player 4, Majorette 2 . Christopher G. Fish " Trying to get to heaven before the sun goes down -The Cult- Yearbook 3, 4; newspaper 4; Basketball 1; Cross-Country 2; Winter Track 3; Spring Track 3; Football 1; Tennis 3, 4; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 3; Literary Magazine 4. Mark D. Foley " Marcus " Shyest 7 met a man who would be king, and he said. This time, like all other times, is a very good one if we but knew what to do with it. " ' honor Society 4; Junior Classical League 3, 4; College Bowl 4; Yearbook 4; Spring Track 2. Tracey A. Elliott " Tra " Most Likely To Succeed When the world is running you down-make the best of what ' s still around . " Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; S.A.D.D. 2. Cary- Ann Farrell " Carrie " " Is this the time, the time to win or lose. Is this the time, the time to choose?’’ James V. Falcone " Jim " " It s easier to get where you want to be, if you dress like you ' re already there . " 152 Seniors Robin L. Fredette Diane J. Fong " Di " , " Fongy " , Lady Di " , J Donkey Chong " , The Fong Woman ' ' " You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. L1MMD- Honor Society 4; Yearbook 4; ; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; j International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Tall Play 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 2, 3, 4; | Chorus 3, 4; PowderpufT Player 3; Math League 4. Michael F. Gagielo Soccer 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3. Timothy L. Gagnon " John " , Doe Most Bizarre Original " I ' m running out of time. This time, this time I can ' t be late. I ' ve got to find my destiny, Before it turns to fate . " Football 1, 2; PowderpufT Cheerleader 3, 4. Christine A. Fontaine " Chris " " Don t judge too harshly someone who looks and acts differently from others, for that person may become a good friend . " Junior Classical League 3; Spring Track 1, 2; Art Club 4; PowderpufT Player 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Kevin S. Forbes Best Smile Do everything you want in life. Do it in addition to, not instead of. Keep Rockin Kimberly A. Fox Kimbah " , Buc " , Wheat " Things change so quickly, and time goes by so fast. Everything you want to stay the same, is the only thing that doesn t last. But memories are there forever Time can ' t sweep them away. Everything you want to last can be recalled. Recalled anytime of any day. So treasure you the precious moments. Keep them in the back of your mind. The special times that can t be relived. Are memories of the best kind . " Rhonda L. Gariepy Seniors 153 Linda M. Hallahan Junior Classical League 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; Senior From Committee; Powderpuff Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2. Lorine M. Grant " Pol ' ' A hope is within a shadow of a dream and within that shadow is the image of the future and within that image is the silhoette of a new day dawning. ” Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 3; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committe; PowderpufF Player 4; S.A.D.D. 2. heather L. Gilbert " Go to find the brightness in the soul. Hot look outside to find out where we are. We won t be satisfied. Until we make possessions of the stars. " Art Club 3. Thomas D. Grant " Tom " , " T.G. " Smartest Best-AII-Around neither failure nor success is as important as trying one ' s best.” Honor Society 3, 4; Model Senate 1, 2, 3, 4; College Bowl 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Math League 1, 2, 3, 4. Michelle L. Garrow Most Spirited " Live all you can: its a mistake not to. It doesn t matter what you do in particular, so long as you have had your life. If you haven t had that, what have you had? " Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain; Powderpuff Player 3; PowderpufT Coach 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Kelly J. Gaudette " Pel " ’ Use what talents you possess! The woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best . " Junior Classical League 1, 2; Gymnastics 1; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. A lyssa A. Gutauskas " Aliss " Most Athletic " I ' m finally out in the clear and I ' m free. I’ve got dreams I ' m living for. I ' m moving on where they II never find me, Rolling on to anywhere. I ' ll break away, yes I’m on my way. Leaving today, yes I ' m on my way. This is my Escape . " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Player 3; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Brenda L. Hanlon " If the sun refuses to shine I would still be loving you. If my mountains crumble to the sea. There will still be you and me . " 154 Seniors Alan P. Haun Best Legs Football 2; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Derek J. Mayes " Fetch " , Purple ' ' Wittiest Objects in mirror are closer than they appear. ” Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; newspaper 4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Charles R. heap " Chuck ' ' Great spirits have always met violent oppossition from mediocre minds " Einstein- Honor Society 3, 4; Model Senate 1, 2, 3, 4; College Bowl 3, 4; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor; Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1; Stage Band 1; Soccer 2, 3; Math League 3, 4. Lon J. Higginbotham Higgy ' , Bud " , Buddy " " A circle is round has no end and that ' s how long you ' ll be my friend. " Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Media Aide 1; Powderpuff Player 3, 4. Trude Hog vo Id " If you can smile through tears when your dream is crushed. If you can see the spring through the dead leaves in the fall. If you can forget sorrow and pain, mockery and injustice, scorn and deceit. Without any bitter feelings in your heart. Then you are very, very rich. Winter Track 4; Volleyball 4. Michael E. Hefron " fief Eagle Scout, OA: Vigil, ITRA Expert. Lifeguard CiTWE Staff 86, 87, 63 Vette. Trust is in the heart not in the spoken word. " Steven B. Hobbs " Heavy Metal ' ' ' Remember days of skipping school. Racing cars and being cool. With a six pack and the radio. We didn ' t need no place to go . . . fiever say Goodbye ' -Bon Jovi- Brenda J. Hiltz " Bren " , " Bims ” ’ come before you to stand behind you and tell you something I know nothing about. " Seniors 155 ' fj i Cutest Sheila Marchand Eric Charest Best Eyes Kerrie Mi tchell Matt Dillon Best Looking Matt Cody Richelle Burns Superlatives 157 Scott R. Horan Christopher R. Horibogen " Chris " , " Boogen " " Every time that I look in the mirror. All these lines on my face gettin ' clearer. The past is gone; it went by like dusk to dawn. Isn ' t that the way, everybody ' s got their dues in life to pay . " Spring Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Tricia A. Holmes " As we leave behind old friends and memories don ' t fear. For both shall always be there to comfort us in time of need . " Yearbook 3, 4. Michael R. Horibogen " Boog " , " Hogie " , " Boogen " " Tough as steel. Stop at nothin! Look at fate in the face. Don ' t take no for an answer. Grab the lead in the race. Rock hard with a purpose, got a mind that won t bend. Diehard resolution, that is true to the end . " Spring Track 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Greg J. Houde " Harry " , " Hoodie " , " Hoodster " " Whatever the challenge, whatever the test, whatever you ' re striving for . . . give it your best! " Baseball 1, 2. Laurie J. Housman Honor Society 3, 4, Publicity; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespial Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 1, 2, 3; One- Act Plays 1, 2; Spring Production 2, 4; Chorus 3; Cheerleader 3, 4, Capt. Soccer Squad; Literary Magazine 3, 4. Mark E. Housman " House " Most Likely to Succeed ' Life is just a candle, and a dream must give it flame . " Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2; College Bowl 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Cross-Country 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 2, 3, 4. Debra J. Hurd " Debbie " , " Deb " , " Scooter " , " Garfield " " It s the heart afraid of breaking that never teams to dance. It ' s the dream afraid of waking that never takes the chance. It ' s the one who won ’t be taken who cannot seem to give, and the soul afraid of dying that never teams to live . . . " -Bette Midler- Softball 1, 2. 158 Seniors Michael A. Murder Drama Club 4; Fall Play 4; Marching Band 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; Stage Band 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. Deborah L. LaPensee " Debbie " , " Diz " " Always remember your old friends-and use your memories of friendship, fun, and laughter to give you the courage to face the future. Special thanks and best wishes to The Breakfast Club . " Junior Classical League 3, 4, Representative; newspaper 4; Spring Track 1; Powderpuff Player 3; S.A.D.D. 4. Michael R. Inglese " Ding " Most Spirited ' True courage is being the only one who knows you ' re afraid. Its not the size of the dog in the fight. It ' s the size of the fight in the dog. " newspaper 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Coach 3; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Joseph A. Jette " Jett " , " Joe " " You only live once, but if you have fun and enjoy it, once is enough . " Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Lorry A. Jeppe " As we continue our journey of life, we stop to look back on the memories shared that will last in our hearts forever. " Junior Classical League 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Float Committees 1. Kelley A. Jordan Freshman Class Treasurer- Sophomore Class Treasurer- Junior Class Treasurer; Senior Class Treasurer; Junior Classical League 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Amii LeGendre Smartest Best - All - Around " Life is eternal; and love is immortal; and death is only a horizon; and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight . " Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Player 3; Literary Magazine 3, 4. Donna M. Keenan " I ' m always chasing rainbows. Alice Cooper- Powderpuff Player 4. Seniors 159 Randy B. Lithway Powderpuff Cheerleader 4. Elizabeth A. Livingstone " Beth” Shyest " One thing or another. Your head is filled with questions, sights, and sounds. Distractions always get you down. Turn around. Frightened by the numbers All the possibilities changing minds you hope to find. One more dream to remind you What is lost can always be regained. Bangles - Marching Band 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3. Tarra J. Leger " Leger”, " TA”, " WB 2 " " There are no strangers here, just friends we have not met . " Matthew R. Lennox " Ox " " Sneer at death. Fear only loss of pride. ' -Aerosmith- Junior Classical League 1, 2; Football 4; Intramurals 3, 4. Christie M. Lorimer " I d like to say Thanks ' to all my friends that helped me and Katelyn through this year! I love you Katelyn . " Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Powderpuff Player 3, 4. Marsha M. Mansen " Mooshie ”, " Charles " , " Marshmellow " " The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within the heart . " Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Color Guard 1. Michelle L. Long " Shelly” " Getting the most out of life depends upon attitude, not circumstances. Life is a p recious thing. Cherish every moment of it. Smile at people. Be positive in all things. Happiness is being God ' s child, living in God ' s world, following God ' s will. God is love . " Rodney L. Lewis " Practice doesn ' t make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect . " Basketball 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 160 Seniors Sean R. McKeon Renee M. Martin " Emily " , ' Em(s)” " I love to live and laugh, I love to be sharing and free, and I can t change my style, can only be me-Good luck my friends. Class of ' 87 . . . I ' ll miss you guys . " Tara J. Medeiros " Spaz " Class Flirt ' Lean on me, when you re not strong. I II be your friend, I ' ll help you carry on LEAH OH ME! " Cheerleader 2; Junior Prom Committee; nurse s Aide 3; Office Aide 1, 2; Powderpuff Player 3, 4. Stephen J. McDonald " Mac " " Each of us, a cell of awareness, imperfect and incomplete. Genetic blends with uncertain ends on a fortune hunt that ' s far too fleet. " Yearbook 4; Oolf 2; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4. Craig D. Meekins " Meeks " " Make sure you live life to the fullest. Don t put off things you can do now. Don t take your friends for granted because someday they won t be there . " Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3. Lisa-Jo Megna " If you don ' t know where you are going, any road will get you there. ” Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 1, 2, 4; Spring Production 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Office Aide 1 . Sheila C. March and ” Worm " , " Ruby " , " Sheiles " , " Dwarf " , " WB 3 " Cutest " The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up. Keep smiling and the world will smile back! " Senior Class Vice President; Yearbook 3, 4; Gymnastics 3; Volleyball 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Art Club 4; Media Aide 1; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. „ on L. McAlpine I ' m a joker. I ’m a smoker, s | m a midnight toker. " -Steve liller Band- iymnastics 1, 2; Powderpuff layer 4. Seniors 161 Ann M. Miller " Annie ' ' " At first a tear dropped when I realized we would be apart . . . but in that same instance realized I d have you in my heart . . . forever. ' ' Honor Society 4; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2, 3, 4; One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4; Spring Production 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1. A Eric J. Murphy David R. Mello " Dave " , " Fish " " I don ' t know what I ' ve been living on. But its not enough to fill me up. I need more than just words can say I need everything this life can give me . " Football 1; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4. Andrea J. Meomartino " And " " When life seems to let you down. Remember back when you were young. See life for its simple pleasures. And always believe in your dreams . " Wendy A. Mueller " Let ' em say we re crazy, what do they know? Fut your arms around me baby, don t ever let go. If the world around us, just falls apart, baby, we can make it, if we re heart to heart. And we can build this dream together, standing strong forever, nothing s gonna stop us now . . . " -Starship- Literary Magazine 3, 4. Mary T. Mullen " Mare " Some people are fortunate enough to meet someone special in their lives, but even though each may follow their separate ways, continue to share a lasting friendship . " Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1; Powderpuff Player 3. John J. Hally Basketball 1, 2; Football 1; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4. Kerrie E. Mitchell " Mitch ' Best Eyes " Yesterdays = A hundred of them filled with the joy and wonder that a million tomorrows may never bring, not the beginning, but an end; or has everything so far been just a premiere for all that ' s left in life? ' -CL- Yearbook 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3; Office Aide 1; Powderpuff Player 3, 4. 162 Seniors Colleen M. rieubauer " Let me win, but if I cannot win, Let me be brave in the attempt. " Special Olympics 3, 4. Gail S. Musi! " Gailey " , " Silly " , " Gibbles ' ' " Memories always brighten up my day when things are going wrong. Memories are what I think of when they play that famous song. Memories are there to look back on, to remember those times of fun. Memories are what I ' m trapped in, because those times are no longer there . " Office Aide 1; Powderpulf Player 4. Thomas T. Murphy " Murph " , " Tom " " If you feel that you can ' t go on. And your will is sinking low. Just believe and you can t go wrong. In the light you will find your own . " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4. Brock W. Newman " Billy " Class Flirt To all my friends: Rock and roll all nite and party every day, but never say Goodbye. hiss and Bon Jovi- Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Cheerleader 4. Jennifer J. O ' Brien ' Jenn ' ' , ' Jenny-Benny ' ' , ' Jenicide " , ' O B-one-kin-O B " " There are many people that we meet in our lives, but only a very few will make a lasting impression on our minds and hearts. These are people that we think of often and who will always remain important to us-as true friends. ' -Susan Foil is Schultz- Spring Track 1. Karin M. O ' Sullivan " Live every moment, love every day, because before you know, your precious time slips away . " Spring Track 1, 2. Catherine J. Onoyan " Cathy " Most Contributing A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your future, and accepts you today just the way you are . " Student Advisory Committee 2, 3, 4; Regional S.A.C. 2, 3; Honor Society 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4, co-editor in chief; Drama Club 2; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committee 1; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; S.A.D.D. 2; 4. John M. O ' Connor Student Council 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Coach 3, 4. Seniors 163 Glenn A. Pasquel " Pasquele " " Limits exist only in your mind. " Spring Track 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Amy L. Patterson " Aim " Best Legs " People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who look for the circumstances they want, and if they can ' t find them, they make them. ' -G.B.S.- Yearbook 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Winter Track 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President; PowderpufF Player 3; PowderpufF Coach 4; Float Committees 1, 2; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; Literary Magazine 4. Scott A. Otash " Odie " Our destiny exercises its influence over us when as yet, we have not learned its nature: it is our future that lays down the law of our today . " Intramurals 3; Math League 4. Christopher R. Paradis " Chris " , " Simon " Friendliest " Your destiny can be found in your own dreams. " Student Council 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; newspaper 1; One-Act Plays 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; Float Committees 3; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Jenny M. Pearce " God-grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change . . . The courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. " Andrea L. Pedini " Andie " " So understand. Don ' t waste your time always searching for those wasted years. Pace up .. . Make your stand. And realize you ' re living in the golden years. " -Ad nan Smith - Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1, 2; Basketball 2. Craig S. Pepi Basketball 1; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3; Winter Track 2; Spring Track 1, 2; Soccer 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Lisa L. Pereira 164 Seniors ' Katherine A. Phipps " Kathie " ' Tlo one can really lift you up very high-you lose your grip on the rope. But on your own two feet, you can climb mountains; You can ' t change the direction of the wind, but you can adjust your sails to always reach your destination . " Student Council 1, 4; Honor Society 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Softball 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; PowderpufT Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Jeffrey D. Powell " Powell-Less ' ’ " When ever you dream, you ' re holding the key, to open the door and let you be free. " Ronnie James Dio- Paul A. Raymond " Ray " ‘ Lead me not into temptation just point me in the right direction and I ' ll find it myself. " Yearbook 4; Spring Track 2. Lori J. Perry " Don ' t walk behind me I will not lead. " Powderpuff Player 3, 4. Kristin L. Pickering " Pickles " , " Pick " Most Talkative " Please, God, don ’t let me get trapped in a world of terrorism, nuclear weapons, synthetic fibers, toxic waste; I want to live in a world where I can drink tea roses, eat cauliflower blue, grow carnation pink; I want to soar to a galaxy far, far away, or, where woman has gone before, or somewhere over the rainbow; Let me try on Saturn ' s rings for size; Let me sing to the mountains and hear them sing back; Let me paint the sky pink and make purple polka-dotted polar bears; Let me keep ice castles in my freezer forever . " Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; newspaper 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Media Aide 1; Powderpuff Player 3; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; S.A.D.D. 2. Jennifer Quamstrom Daniel F. Pfefferie Drama Club 4; Spring Production 4. Suzanne M. Plante Seniors 165 Best-AII-Around Amu LeGendre Tom Grant Fnendliest Knsta Barney Chris Paradis Shyest Mark Foley Beth Livingstone Superlatives 166 Most Spirited Mike Inglese Michelle Garrow Class Flirt Brock Newman Tara Medeiros Superlatives 167 John D. Risser Baseball 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 4; Football 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3. Susan M. Ritter " , Suzie Q " " I journeyed to the rainbow ' s end and found not gold, but you my friends . " Student Council 1; Yearbook 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3; Art Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3; Letterman ' s Club 2, 3; Baseball Statistion 2; Wrestling Statistion 1, 2, 3. Kelly B. Redding " Kel " The old will change and become the new, the past we wish to leave behind is left behind; That which we choose to take with us on our journey is gently folded Sr placed in our spiritual suitcase and take along beside us as precious memories . " Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1 , 2 . Rebecca A. Robidoux " Bee ' ' " All the world ' s indeed a stage and we are merely players, performers and portrayers. Each another ' s audience outside the gilded cage . " honor Society 3, 4, President; Yearbook 3, 4; Drama Club 2; Tennis 1, 3, 4; Office Aide 1; Phys. Ed. Leader 4; S.A.D.D. 4. Tammie L. Sawyer " Tam " , " Tams " , " Soy ' " , " Soybean ' ' " I have tomorrow in my dreams of today; I am the future will find the way.-You are yesterday gone like our sun; You are the memories fading one by one; I can t stay any longer I have to move on to look for the future- Yesterday is gone . " Cheerleader 2, 3. Christopher J. Roche " The impossible is often the untried. ' -James Goodwin- Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Winter Track 3, 4; Footbaall 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff Coach 4; Math League 3; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Phillip P. Ryan " Phil " Best Dressed ' Old friends mean much more to me than new friends, because they know where you are and they know where you ' ve been . " Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 1. Tammy L. Rego " Angel " " Many have forgotten . . . Some will never know ... We have yet to see . " Office Aide 1. Seniors 168 Brenda L. Shepardson " Brenie " " You gotta believe in foolish miracles . . . " -Ozzy- Cheryl A. Shepard " Che " , " Sherry " , " Ziggy " I " flow know we must lead i our lives apart. It helped us to [ grow in a special way. I Remember me always with ' smiles and happiness. Remember the memories; good times not bad. When we were together at times we were sad and to lend a helping hand to a friend. I see I times we ' ve shared, together our friendship, love, laughter, j now the best that we can do I with memories from the past to top off our high school years is to let the memories last. Thanks for being there: M.L„ J.B., B E., S.S., F.A., D.M., M.G., C.O., D.F., D.F., J V.M., M.M., T.B., M.fl., K.D., B.G., B.G., J.G., T.B., C.B., and anyone else I may have missed! " Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; ! 1edia Aide 4. Christine A. Shearer " Chris " , " Shea " , " Kitty " , " Chrispy " " We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams . " Junior Classical League 1. Sandra L. Shepard " Sandy " , Didi " , Odie " " As turn to leave, I look back and see all the happy and sad memories I leave behind. The happiest memories I had with you! i will never forget you! You will and always will be in my heart . . . Forever. " Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3. Steven W. Shepard " Otis " " no one respects the flame quite like the fool who ' s badly burned, from all this you ' d imagine there must be something learned. ” Kristen D. Schickle " Kris " , " Mushbug " , " Bubbles " " You never realize how much you miss and love someone until they are away from you; Thanks Mom and Dad. " Yearbook 3; Powderpuff Player 3; S.A.D.D. 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3. Kellie M. Schumm " Kel " , " Mushroom " ' Exhilaration is that feeling you get just after a great idea hits you, and just before you realize what ' s wrong with it. " Powderpuff Player 4; Literary Magazine 4. Erin Skeffington Junior Classical League 1, 2; Float Committees 1, 2. Seniors 169 Patrick F. Szabo " Zabes " ' " It is a rough road that leads to greatness . " Darren M. Sloan " Junior " " Without a sense of humor, life would be a mistake . " Baseball 1, 3; Spring Track 4; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4. Stephanie E. Stanford " Steph " , " Ma " , " Chip " , " Crunch " The world should not be feared, it has a lot to offer; but it ' s hidden, you have to look for it, and strive toward that goal . " Junior Classical League 1, 3. Robert J. St John " Saint " " And the weathers lookin fine and I think the sun will shine again. And I feel I ' ve cleared my mind, all the past is left behind again . " Powderpuff Cheerleader 3, 4. Elena Spoltore " " El " " Always remember the special memories, but never forget the dreams for the future . " Newspaper 4; Tennis 4; Powderpuff Player 3. Lori J. Stanford Junior Classical League 3, 4; Yearbook 2; Spring Track 2; Junior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Kristen M. Svendsen " Kris " " There is only one real success; being able to spend your life the way you want . " Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; newspaper 3. Sean K. Smith " I live for only four things: Chicks, Chicks, Chicks, and Dough, -Hodge Podge- Intramurals 4. 170 Seniors Paula A. Tetreault Marjorie K. Twiraga " Marg " , " Twig " " All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. " Powderpuff Player 4. Jeffrey P. Tagerman Baseball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3 4; Ice Hockey 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Powderpuff Coach 3, 4; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Karen L. Violet " Believe in yourself and all things are possible . " Junior Classical League 1, 2; Yearbook 3, 4; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Powderpuff Player 3. Tracy 11. Udelson " Trace " " I might not say I ' m sorry. Yeah, I might talk tough sometimes. And I might forget the little things. Or keep you hanging on the line. But don t you see I can t help but to be me . " Cross-Country 3; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4, Manager; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Claudia C. Vasquez " Claud " " A life without challenge or emotion is not life at all-better to have than not have-Like a bird without wings . . . man cannot live ... " Spring Track 1; Softball 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Literary Magazine 2. nancy L. Velletri " Veg " Wittiest " Betty please, pick up Betty . . . Please don ' t touch Betty. " -L and S- " Stop the world I want to get off. " Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Intramurals 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4. I A Kimberly J. Ventre " Kimba " " Wicked . " Yearbook 1; Softball 1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3, 4; Float Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Seniors 171 James D. Walton Six Pack " , Walnut " " I got something to say: It ' s better to bum out than to fade away . " Ice Hockey 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Kristen L. Violet " Kris " ' Be yourself and you will be remembered. " Student Council 4, Honor Society 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2; Yearbook 3, 4; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; PowderpufF Player 3. Stephen E. Wanczyk " Steve " ' " It ' s not what you wear, but how you wear it; not what you say, but how you say it; not what you see, but how you see it. “-M.E.S. newspaper 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, International Thespian Society 3, 4; Tail Play 3; Spring Production 2, 3, 4; Literary Magazine 4. James E. Wagner, Jr. " Wag ' ' White collar conservative flashing down the street pointing his plastic finger at me, but soon girl my kind drop down and die and just going away with big black eyes. So for mountains just don t fall on me, so go on Mr. Businessman you can t dress like me because I have my own life to lead. " -Jimi Hendrix- Basketball 2; Football 1, 2; Ice Hockey 4. Tracy L. Westman " Westy " " Like the ocean needs the shore, A person needs someone ... To create an everlasting friendship. Thanx B.J.R. HEY WHAT IT IS MAH! ' ' Junior Classical League 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; PowderpufF Player 3; Phys. Ed. Leader 4. Scott R. Winship " Scotty " , " Winnie " , " Scooter " " When I hear music I fear no danger, am invulnerable, I see no foe. I am related to the earliest times, and to the latest. Remember always where words fail, music speaks . " Marching Band 1, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 4; Chamber Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4. Stanley M. Warenda " Parts " , " Stan " " Look at these pictures and remember what we were, look again and dream what well will be . " Football 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Office Aide 1. Brenda L. Webb " Brandy " , " Brem " , " H.L.B. " There are many people that we meet in our lives, but only a very few will make a lasting impression in our minds and hearts. It is these people that we will think of often and who will always remain important to us as true friends. AH it takes is a little tenderness to get a lot of happiness. I love you. Matt . " Yearbook 4. 172 Seniors Parent Boosters Good luck, Mike! You have always Congratulations, Paula. We are made us proud. Love, Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Inglese, Jr. proud of you and we love you! Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cazzero Kelinda L. Webb " Kellie ' ' " There ' s the Known and there ' s the un Known and what separates the two is the door, and that ' s what I want to be. I want to be the DOOR. " -Jim Morrison- Art Club 3, 4. Linda S. Wheeler Wheels " 7 understand about ndecision, I don ' t care if I get behind. People living in -.ompetition. All I want is to lave my Peace of Mind. loston- lonor Society 3, 4; Junior llassical League 2, 3; ' earbook 4; Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1; Basketball 1, !, 3; Spring Track 1; Softball 3. 4; Volleyball 4; Junior Yom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player », 4; Float Committee 1. 7 eter S. Gariepy leather Macomber tenee L. Travis lessica Chamberlain Kerry D. Ziergiebel " Sigmund " , " Ziggy " " Always remember the memories and enjoyable experiences through your lifetime for they will comfort you on the way to success. Moments are temporary, but memories are forever . " Senior Class Secretary; Yearbook 2, 3; newspaper 3; Art Club 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Powderpuff Player 3. Kellie A. Zion " Kels " Thanks for all the fun times: Jon, Derek, Brian, Lee, Amy, Tracey, Sean, Dan, Ken, O ' C, Paul, Heidi, Beth, K.D., Moe, T.C., K.J., J.A., J.C., R.P. and special thanks to R. Smith for 12 fun filled classes (almost) a week. " newspaper 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Literary Magazine 3. Chris, always smiling, caring, shar- ing; you light up our lives. Congrat- ulations! Mom, Dad and Rhaina. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paradis We’re proud of you - Dorito Bandito . . . Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bliss To the greatest son and brother. We’re so proud of you. Congratula- tions! Love, Mom and Carolyn. Mrs. Mary Ann Hawn You’re the best daughter and friend we could have. Love, Mark, Jean, Brett, Tyler, Nicole Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hobson Congratulations Robyn, we’re so proud of you. Love, Mom and Dad. Mrs. Mary Couturier Yahoo, Yippee! Mr. and Mrs. Bainton Congratulations, Amy, we’re proud of you! Love Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Patterson Congratulations, Sheila, we’re so proud of you! All of our love, al- ways, Mom, Dad and Sherri-Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Marchand Dear Stephanie, Congratulations! I wish you continued success in col- lege . . . Your proud Grandfather. As you dance, pretty lady, our hearts quickly fall in step to part- ner you. Mrs. Barbara Rae Stanford Stephanie - Those who do most, dream most. Go for the Dream! Love, Mom. Congratulations, Kelly. We’re proud of you. May all your dreams come true! Love, Your family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Gaudette Good luck, Rhonda . . . Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Gariepy Congratulations, MARY-KATHLEEN, you’ve made us very proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Burke Congratulations, Tarra. We love you! Mom and Dad. Mrs. Karen Leger To Tracey, Good luck in your fu- ture. We are proud of you and your success. Love, Mom, Dad, Shawn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Elliott Congratulations and good luck, Gia, we’re very proud of you, Love - - - Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Walton Good luck, Otis! Butch. Mr. Homer J. Shepard, Jr. Congratulations, Lisa-Jo, we’re proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Megna Congratulations, Randy, we’re proud of you and your positive atti- tude. Love always, Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Boutin Congratulations, Fred, success and happiness. Love, Mom, Dad, Linda, Kris, Steve, Lauren, Gregg and Keeghan. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Delfino Tara, congratulations, I have al- ways been proud of you!! Onward and Upward! Love, Mom. Mrs. Cheryl A. Orlando Our very best of wishes, Jeff. Much love, Mom and Dad. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Powell Beanie - Follow your dreams - Know we’re always there for you. Mom, Dad, Mark. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Croteau Marsha - Mom and Dad are proud of you! Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Manson, Jr. Congratulations, Tee! Love, Mom, Dad, and Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 0. Corrigan Dear Em; I am very proud of you, I’ll always remember these golden years! Love, Dad. Mr. Michael E. Martin The Queen , her court and escorts: Kristen Violet and Mike Flores, Kim Babb and Matt Cody, Sandra Bainton and Brock Newman, Queen Richelle Burns and Ron Delfino, Krista Barney and Kevin Forbes, Kelley Jordan and Steve Shepard, Amii LeGendre and Eric Neilson, Kerrin Corrigan and John O ' Connor, Kathie Phipps and Jason Berg. Brad Blackburn suspiciously eats his dinner. On February 19, 1987, almost the entire senior class attended the Senior Prom at the Marriott Hotel in Providence, R.l. After a filling meal of stuffed chicken, the students and their dates " hit " the dance floor. The music was supplied by " Mystique " , who did a super job playing the theme song, " Wonderful Tonight " , and an even better one playing " The Chicken Dance " . Overall, the atmosphere was festive, lively and quite entertaining to all. Becky Robidoux and her date get into the music with ease. A crowded dance floor is filled with energetic prom-goers. Richelle Bums and Ron Delfino share a happy moment on the floor. 174 Senior Prom Dave Mello and Sue Billingkoff get closer for a friendly pose. Lea Deschenes sits casually, waiting for her date to return. Senior Prom 175 Jenny Alix and Scott DiFiore seem to handle the dip well. Randy Boutin and Stacy Armstrong flash a quick smile before their meal. Chris Roche, Noelle Auclair, Kim Bardsley and Kerry Ziergiebel smile as they wait for their pizza. Linda Wheeler angrily looks up at the camera. Pizza is definitely important! Pizza and more! Tracey Elliott and Amy Patterson create a masterpiece from the day ' s lunch, as Laurie Housman looks on. Dave DelVecchio washes down a pizza with some old-fashioned Classic Coke. As a part of Senior week, the annual pizza party was held on June 4, 1987. A good portion of the senior class crowded into the cafeteria to munch on an enormous amount of pizza and gallons of soda. Due to bad weather, the Faculty-Student softball game was cancelled. A few quick thinkers came up with the idea of a big Twister game. A few games were gathered, and many students spent the remainder of the afternoon in all sorts forms and positions. 176 Senior Pizza Party Glenn Pasquel and Sheila Marchand bring in the day ' s feast. Friends gather together to have a picture taken. Twister turned out to be a good substitute for softball. Sue Billingkoff and Sandy Bainton help clean up after a fun party. Senior Pizza Party 177 Food, dance, and Fiends Steve Connolly attracts both Tracey Elliott and Kerrie Mitchell with his dark shades. Glenn Pasquel and Tammy Sawyer escape the receiving line to have their picture taken. The Class of 1987 officially began graduation activities on June 3. This was the night of the Senior Reception, held at the Sheraton Mansfield. After an excellent meal, the seniors lined up in a receiving line to be congratulated by parents, faculty and friends. The evening ended with a night of dancing to the sounds of " Positive Image”. A senior portion of the football team pose to show off their good form. Chris Paradis and Karen Violet take a break and share a laugh. 178 Senior Reception Mr. Francis Leary, Chairman of the School Committe, works his way down the line to congratulate the students. A big portion of the night was taken up by dancing. As it usually works out, many friends stand side by side to pass the time in line. Tracy Westman looks high to see her partner, Rodney Lewis. Senior Reception 179 Class night 1987 On June 5, 1987, the annual, formal Class night was held in the gymnasium. Randy Boutin, senior class president, made the opening comments and introduced the essayists. The three who spoke were Jennifer Alix, " A Movement Towards Reality Matthew Dillon, " Becoming Aware”; and Kristin Pickering, " Ice Castles”. The Principal ' s Awards were presented to those seniors who made the honor roll all four marking periods for all four years in high school. Six individuals were recognized: Rosanne Achin, Stephanie Cooper, Mark Foley, Thomas Grant, Mark Housman and Amii LeGendre. Mr. Pickering distributed the President ' s Academic Fitness Awards to fourteen students. Kristen Darling and Kristin Pickering both received Honors Scholar Awards from Salem State College and Stonehill College, respectively. The Merle Crockett Award was earned by Rebecca Robidoux, who gave great service to her class, school and community. Chuck Heap and Cathy Onoyan, co-editors of the 1987 northern Light, made the dedication to an appreciative Mr. Robert Albertini. A slide presentation, put together by Paul Casale, Tracey Elliott, Rebecca Robidoux and Cheryl Shepard, displayed many special moments for the Class of 1987. The program was concluded by the singing of the Class Ode, " Hand in Hand” by Heidi Anderson. Following the program, a modest reception was held in the cafeteria for students, parents and friends. Cathy Onoyan and Chuck Heap announce the dedication of the yearbook, Mr. Robert Albertini. Rebecca Robidoux is pleased with the Merle Crockett Award. Rosanne Achin receives the coveted Principal ' s Award. Tom Grant receives the Principal ' s Award. 180 Senior Class flight •THE MORE YOU ARE Matt Dillon delivers his essay, entitled. Becoming Aware " . The Class of 1987 march out to “Sine Tiomine " . Joe Jette and Mark Mousman look over the program. Senior Class night 181 THE MORE YOU L BECOME d Class officers Randy Boutin and Sheila Marchand lead the processional. Graduation On June 7, 1987, the Class of 1987 was greeted with a sunny, although windy day, which allowed an outside graduation. Tom Grant ' s valedictory essay, entitled " The Importance of Trying " , stressed that everyone, from nuclear physicist to plumber, do his her best every time. Salutatorian Kristen Svenson ' s speech, " Being Yourself " , advised each person to develop into his her own person, and not pretend to be someone else. The commencement speaker was Attleboro District Court Magistrate, Daniel J. Sullivan. " For Just a Moment ' ' was sung by twelve senior girls. Academic awards were presented by Dr. Olivier and Mr. Slowe. The Athletic Cups were awarded to Steve Connolly and Stephanie Cooper for excellence in sportsmanship, leadership, athletic skill and scholarship. After the awarding of $78,938. in scholarships to 45 students, the long awaited diplomas were presented by School Committee chairman Francis Leary. Finally, the Class Ode was performed, written and sung by Heidi Anderson. The students from the Class of 1987 now diffuse in a multitude of directions to expand on their horizons. 182 Graduation Mary Burke brings along a ' friend ' ' for company. Tom Grant delivers his powerful speech, titled " The Importance of Trying " . The traditional graduation " Being Yourself is salutatorian excitement. Kristen Svensen ' s address. A few 1987 graduates ham it up and show a new way to wear mortarboards. Class President, Randy Boutin, addresses the students and guests. mr— vwr. t Tim Gagnon drifts away during the exercises. THE MORE YOU «RE Graduation 183 Tammy Sawyer happily holds on to her tong-awaited diploma. Slightly nervous graduates march onto the field. - Chuck Heap receives his diploma from Francis Leary Heidi Anderson sings the Class Ode, " Hand in Hand 184 Graduation Superintendent William Kelly speaks to the guests. Craig Desrosiers loans his cap to a future graduate. Stephanie Cooper and Linda Wheeler carry a bouquet of balloons - both a graduation and a birthday present! Mike Dion, Joe Jette and Derek Hayes smile a sigh of relief. Students in awe, look over their new pride. The Class of 1987 always find time for a laugh. Graduation OF PACE In order to subsidize the annual publication of the northern Light yearbook, businesses and individuals in the Attleboros have been solicited by the students over the years. This kind of advertising provides good will for businesses and community support and interest in north Attleboro High School. 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The sweet shooting of Heidi Deppisch and the rebounding of Stephanie Cooper doomed the opposition. With Rachael Routhier emerging as a premier Division II playmaker, and the talented trio of Tracy Westman, Carol Johnson and Shelley Stack at guard to complete the team, there was no stopping the Red Rocketeers. The corner stone of this team was Coach Rick Smith, who was able to mold these talented individuals into a cohesive unit. Mr. Smith was treated to the awesome feat of seeing his team win the state championship in his final year of coaching. To the girls, who carried our hearts to the Centrum, and the Coach who enabled them to do it, congratulations and thank you for the memories! CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1987 From the Edward A. Dyer Funeral Home 161 Commonwealth Ave. Attleboro Falls, MA 02763 Tel. (617) 695-0200 and the William W. Tripp Funeral Home 1008 Newport Ave. Pawtucket, RI Tel. 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These are the official figures being used, although experts consider them to be substantially low. AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a virus which attacks the body ' s immunity system. As yet no cure has been found. A new drug, AZT, has recently been discovered to hinder, but not to stop the effects of AIDS. The virus may lay dormant for up to ten years before symptoms appear. AIDS has reorganized the event of casual sex. In primary danger from AIDS are homosexuals, introvenous drug users, prostitutes and their sexual partners. However, AIDS is no longer a disease of them, but a disease of us. CARLIER AUTO BODY 853 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 02760 The northern Light staff gives special thanks and congratulations to the students in the Honor Sciety for all their work selling ads for the yearbook. It was a banner year! FOREIGN — DOMESTIC 617 695-1141 Consolidated Business Products, Inc. ADDKESSINIi St LABELING SYSTEMS PAUL J. 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Many felt that Ronald Reagan ' s presidency would suffer extensive damage from the involvement. Marine Lt. Colonel Oliver north had set up the deal under the auspices of the national Security Agency. He sold arms to Iran through Israel and donated the profits to the nicaraguan Contra rebels. Vice-Admiral Poindexter had been given only vague details by north. President Reagan ' s policy of leaving details to others had hurt him dearly. His excuse for what occurred was one of ignorance, having no idea wha t was happening. With the release of the Tower Commission report in March, the President began to regain his strength. He apparently has recovered fully from his close scrape with the public, but the question of who is really in charge still lingers in the back of many minds. NORDIC Renowned decorators of Glassware Ceramics with you r message A meaningful executive gift, incentive award memento or company advertisement Specialty items, tiles, ashtrays tor Graduations Proms. Reunions. 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" David Wolper, a veteran of hundreds of films, and who opened and closed the 1984 Olympics, organized this spectacular. It took close to a year of hard work and the dedication of tens of thousands of people. 617-699-4482 By Appointment 3 WILKINS DRIVE PLAINVILLE, MA 02762 Gary L. Matthews DIVISION MANAGER (Jftdvmvn rtlomwcn 0 PRODUCTS 0 INC. ORTHOPAEDIC DIVISION a company JOINT RECONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS 481-D OLD POST ROAD NORTH ATTLEBORO. MA 02780 (617) 000-4700 The event was a commercial as well as a public success. An estimated six million people travelled to Dew York City to join in the festivities. The TV rights were sold to ABC for 10 million dollars, who in turn sold 30 million dollars in advertisements. Hundreds of products, bearing the image of Lady Liberty, emerged, from peanuts to umbrellas. The celebration was one the American people will remember for years to come. FRIENDLY CORNER COFFEE SHOE 67 No. Washington Street No. Attleboro, Mass. 695-9888 Ads 211 Best Wishes To The Class Of 1987 Compliments Of WE6TCOTT WESTCOTT CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION 135 t a- l Waoh ngton Street North Attleboro Massachusetts 0? 7 6 1 Tel 617 695 -3561 GOOD f YEAR ff NORTH ATTLEBORO TIRE MM AND AUTO REPAIR CENTER MM Your satisfaction is our top priority. I 36 George Lever Drive • N. Attleboro, MA 02760 695-2544 Roy ' s, Dick ' s, Ernie ' s. Fete ' s, Bob ' s Barber Shops And Tony s Barber Styling Conqratulations To The Class Of ' 87 Ro ccraft premier! ] Premier Roll Tool Inc 10 Alice W Agnew Drive Attleboro Falls, MA 02763 Phone |6I7) 695-2551 Located in the North Attleboro Industrial Park MAURICE UDELSON £l $T iE. 1 695 951 AM) r AHbck rot ApahoMl 212 Ads Licensee 600 South Washington St. no. Attleboro, MA 02760 (617) 699-6200 CarRenta! Out Of Town Reservations 1-800-FOR-CARS 4 Taunton St. Kelley Blvd. Plainville, MA 02762 (617) 695-2004 Clubs Available Monogramming Personal Or Business Logo ' s Ladies — Men Carol Sousa Veronica (Ronnie) Henry Complete Fashions For Today ' s Women Ladies Apparel Store 1$ J m ft 560 Kelley Boulevard No. Attleboro, MA 02760 Tue. Thurs. 12-9 Wed. Fri. 12-5 CATHY McNAMARA Sat. 10-5 1 (617) 695-6953 Or By Appointment The northern Light staff wishes to thank those seniors who acted as homeroom representatives. Their help was greatly appreciated! The 1987 HORTHERH LIGHT YEARBOOK STAFF thanks the following firms for their generous support: ABC Travel of the Attleboros, Inc. Annie ' s Book Swap APV AMHYDRO Brainin Advance Industries Bruin Corporation Copper 6f Brass Sales, Inc. The Deli catessen Deltran Corporation Gamma Diagnostic Laboratories, Inc. Gerry ' s Barber Shop Gold Star Tilerama, Inc. H H Products, Inc. Keith Keith, Inc. Kelley Boulevard Chiropractic The Kenneth Hair Salon Manufacturers Jewelry Outlet Mathieu ' s Morel Cycle Sales Charles G. Morse Granite Co., Inc. The nifty nook Card and Gift north Attleboro Plainville Chamber of Commerce Thomson ' s Candy Town Coffee Shop and Restaurant Triboro Gulf Station - Falls Paint and Wallpaper, Inc. 140 Commonwealth Ave. North Attleboro, Ma. 02760 (617) 695-8417 r A ' rann MOTOR INN (617) 695-2300 787 Washington St • Rt 1 • North Attleboro Mass A divi»ion ol Steele Enterprise in BAHT STEELE Sale Manager ROUTE ONE P 0 BOX 1691 PLAINVILLE NIA 02 62 1617) 699 4919 Rtgiileifd Rrp ' r-.r • 1 al » r |Mf “I Metro politan j Michael Nissenbaum Branch Manager 577 Kelley Boulevard North Attleboro MA 02760 Telephone (617| 696 0235 Ads 213 Photo Index Seniors Abrahamson, Andrew 139 Achin, Kelly 91, 96, 139 Achin, Rosanne 31, 41. 64. 92. 139, 146, 180 Acosta, George 100, 139 Al-Amir, Charles 139 Alix. Jennifer 7. 36, 38, 78, 80, 82, 92. 93, 139, 175 Anderson, Heidi 12, 70, 80, 81, 97, 126, 139, 184 Armstrong, Stacy 63, 70, 73, 78, 140, 175 Arns, Christopher 45, 52, 53, 88, 140 Ashworth, Daniel 9 1, 140, 190 Auclair, Noelle 91, 140, 176 Babb, Kimberly 88, 91, 96, 97, 140, 156, 174 Bainton, Sandra 42, 91, 97, 140, 174, 177 Bardsley, Kimberly 140, 176 Barnes, D’Ann 91, 140 Barney. Krista 1 1, 42, 43, 9 1, 14 1, 166, 174 Barry, Mary 14 1 Baumhoff, Christine 141 Beach, Aaron 14 1 Beitavance, Eric 14 1 Bennett, Dawn 141 Berg, Jason 45, 65, 102, 141, 174 Biiiingkoff, Susan 42, 43, 66, 91, 96, 141, 175, 177 Bishop, Holly 91, 142 Blackburn, Brad 30, 75, 77, 142, 146, 174 Blackington, John 52, 142 Blake, Shannon 142 Bliss. Andrew 32, 102, 142, 167 Blodgett, Gwendolyn 70, 72, 142 Blom, Eva 48, 100, 142 Boehling, Jennifer 70, 143 Bouchard, Kelly 9 1, 143 Boutin, Randy 78, 92, 138, 143, 147, 175, 180, 183 Boyle, Patrick 143 Boyle, Tracy 8, 143 Bragg, Timothy 143 Bray, Richard 143 Breitenbach, Michael 92, 143 Britton, Sheri 15, 144 Brown, Peter 144 Bryant, Brenda 144 Buckley, Gia 144 Burke, Mary 144, 182 Burns, Patricia 91, 144 Burns, Richelle 88. 89, 144, 157, 174 Cappuccino, David 52, 145 Casale, Paul 80. 145 Catalano, Lisa 145 Cazzero, Paula 145 Chamberlain, Jessica 173 Champagne, Denise 145 Chan. Kenneth 65, 70, 73, 79, 83, 100, 145 Charest, Eric 145, 157 Chretien, Michael 145 Cleveland, Ann Marie 148 Cody, Matthew 30, 31, 45. 47, 92, 102, 122, 148, 157, 174 Compton, Jill 9 1, 148 Connolly, Steven 30, 45, 88, 146, 148, 178 Cooper, John 148 Cooper, Stephanie 34, 42, 56, 91, 92, 102, 148, 185 Corrigan, Kerrin 7, 91, 148, 156, 174 Corrigan, Thomas 148 Coutcher, Lisa 149 Couturier, Robyn 149, 156 Croteau, Sharyn 149 Cuddeback, Amanda 149 Darling, Kristen 70, 75, 92, 149 Davison, Tami 51, 91, 102, 149 Delfino, Frederick 149 Delfino, Ronald 149, 174 Delsignore, Cheryl 8 150 DelVecchio, David 58, 59, 146, 150, 176 Demers, Kimberly 150 214 Index Deppisch, Heidi 34, 150 Deschenes, Lea 71, 150, 175 Desilets, Lisa 150 Desrosiers, Craig 150 DeWitt, Michelle 150 Di Fiore. Pamela 7, 10, 36, 80. 81, 91, 98, 102, 151 Dillon, Matthew 14, 59, 60, 64. 65, 79, 80, 97, 151, 157, 181 Dion, Michael 40, 4 1, 64, 65, 15 1, 185 Donato, Edward 151 DuFault, Charles 151 Dumont, James 62, 63, 97, 15 1 Edwards, Robert 79, 151 EIFangry, Rania 70, 100, 151 Elliott, Tracey 8, 64, 80, 81, 91, 92, 93, 102, 147, 152, 176, 178 Falcone, James 152 Farina, Rachel 70, 71, 78, 152 Farrell, Cary-Ann 152 Fish, Christopher 78, 79, 91, 152 Fitzsimmons, Theresa 90, 91, 152 Flynn, Jennifer 91, 152 Foley, Mark 92, 101, 152, 166 Fong, Diane 70, 73, 93, 92, 153 Fontaine, Christine 9 1, 153 Forbes, Kevin 91, 153, 156, 174 Fox, Kimberly 153 Fredette, Robin 153 Gagielo, Michael 54, 153 Gagnon, Timothy 9 1, 153, 156, 183 Gariepy, Peter 173 Gariepy, Rhonda 173 Garrow, Michelle 36, 89. 91, 154, 167 Gaudette, Kelly 9 1, 154 Gilbert, Heather 154 Grant, Lorine 34, 35, 42, 43, 91, 92. 98, 154 Grant, Thomas 12, 82, 83, 85, 92, 147, 154, 166, 180, 181 Gutauskas, Alyssa 34, 56, 63, 102, 146, 154 Ha lla ha n, Linda 154 Hanlon, Brenda 91, 154 Haun, Alan 155, 156 Hayes, Derek 40, 59, 64, 65, 67, 79, 80, 102, 147, 155, 185 Heap, Charles 80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 92, 97, 155, 180, 184 Hefron, Michael 155 Higginbotham, Lori 64, 67, 91 Hiltz, Brenda 91, 155 Hobbs, Steven 155 Hogvold, Trude 46, 64, 100, 155 Holmes, Tricia 158 Horan, Scott 158 Horibogen, Christopher 45, 102, 158 Horlbogen, Michael 45, 67, 102, 158 Houde. Greg 158 Housman, Laurie 3 1, 37, 39, 70, 78, 92, 93, 158, 176 Housman, Mark 30, 40, 82, 83, 85. 147, 158 Hurd, Debra 158 Hurder, Michael 159 Inglese, Michael 30, 45, 47, 67, 88. 89. 97. 159, 167 Jeppe, Lorry 80, 101, 159 Jette, Joseph 45, 67, 92, 102, 159, 180, 185 Jordan, Kelley 91, 138, 159, 174 Keenan, Donna 91, 159 LaPensee, Deborah 101, 159 LeGendre, Amii 13, 36, 38, 78, 88, 94, 147, 159, 166, 174 Leger, Tarra 15, 160 Lennox, Matthew 45, 102, 160 Lewis, Rodney 32, 63, 160, 179 Lithway, Randy 14, 160 Livingstone, Elizabeth 4 1, 64, 67, 74, 75, 160, 166 Long, Michelle 160 Lorimer, Christie 160 Mansen, Marsha 74, 75, 160 Marchand, Sheila 48, 89, 91, 102, 138, 157, 161, 177, 180 Martin, Renee Emily 161 Me Alpine, Lori 91, 161 McDonald, Stephen 52, 53, 91, 161 McKeon, Sean 161 McQuade, Tiffany 91 Medeiros, Tara 161, 167 Meek ins, Craig 54, 161 Megna, Lisa-Jo 70, 161 Mello, David 90, 91, 162, 175 Meomartino, Andrea 162 Miller, Annmarie 70, 71, 92, 162 Mitchell, Kerrie 80. 91, 157, 162, 178 Mueller, Wendy 162 Mullen, Mary 162 Murphy, Eric 162 Murphy, Thomas 30. 45, 91, 163 Musil, Gail 91, 163 Naismith, Donald 91 Nally, John 91, 162 Newman, Brock 45. 46, 91, 163, 167, 174 O ' Brien, Jennifer 163 O ' Connor, John 45, 91. 96, 97, 163, 174 Onoyan, Catherine 10. 42, 58, 64, 65, 80, 81. 91, 92. 97 98. 101, 102, 147, 163, 180 O ' Sullivan, Karin 163 Otash, Scott 164 Paradis, Christopher 45, 59, 60, 65, 70, 80, 96, 98. 102, 164, 166, 178 Pasquel, Glenn 54, 102. 164, 177, 178 Patterson, Amy 7, 36, 80, 91, 102, 156, 164, 176 Pearce, Jenny 100, 164 Pedini, Andrea 164 Pepi, Craig 54, 164 Pereira, Lisa 164 Perry, Lori 91, 165 Pfefferle, Daniel 165 Katherine Phipps 11, 91, 92, 96, 165, 174 Pickering, Kristin 34, 35, 56, 66, 79, 92, 102, 165. 167 Piante, Suzanne 165 Powell, Jeffrey 165 Qvarnstrom, Jennifer 165 Raymond, Paul 92, 165 Redding, Kelley 168 Rego, Tammy 168 Risser, John 45, 168 Ritter, Susan 91, 168 Robidoux, Rebecca 63, 80. 81, 92, 94, 95. 102, 168, 174, 180 Roche, Christopher 30. 3 1, 45, 64, 65, 101, 102, 168, 176 Ryan, Philip 156, 168 Sawyer, Tammy 99, 168, 178, 184 Schick le, Kristen 169 Schrumm, Kellie 169 Shearer, Christine 169 Shepard, Sandra 169 Shepard, Cheryl 169 Shepard, Steven 169, 174 Shepardson, Brenda 169 Skeffington, Erin Sloan, Darren 52, 53, 59, 91, 170 Smith, Sean 170 Spoitore, Elena 79, 170 Stanford, Lori 170 Stanford, Stephanie 170 St John, Robert 91, 170 Svenson, Kristen 92, 101, 170, 183 Szabo, Patrick 170 Tagerman, Jeffrey 44, 45, 52, 9 1, 102, 171 Tetreault, Paula 171 Twiraga, Marjorie 171 Udelson, Tracy 58. 64, 102, 171 Vasquez, Claudia 171 Velletri, Nancy 48, 56, 91, 147, 171 Ventre, Kimberly 91, 171 Violet Karen 4 1. 58, 64, 65, 67, 80, 98. 171, 178 Violet, Kristen 4 1, 58, 60, 64, 80, 92, 93, 96. 98. 102, 172, 174 Wagner, James 52, 53, 172 Walton, James 52, 53, 60, 172 Wanczyk, Stephen 70, 79, 172 Warrenda, Stanley 7, 45, 46, 102, 172 Webb, Brenda 172 Webb. Kelinda 98, 173 Westman, Tracy 34, 35, 42, 56, 57, 102, 172 Wheeler, Nancy 48, 56, 91, 92. 173, 176, 185 Winship, Scott 70, 74, 75, 172 Ziergiebel, Kerry 42. 98, 138, 173, 176 Zion, Kellie 79, 173 Juniors Abdou, Peter 74, 124 Al-Amir, Rosemarie 124 Alfred, Glenn 124 Alonzo, Arnold 124 Aussant, George 124 Barber, Derek 30, 33, 49. 124 Barrett, Laura 42, 58. 61, 64, 90. 96, 122, 124, 128 Beaudoin, Deborah 80, 92, 124, 126 Berry, Kyra 124 Bizier, Kerri 90, 124 Bliss, Rebecca 64, 70, 78, 80. 81, 84, 85, 87, 90, 97, 101, 124 Boehling, Thomas 70, 71, 124 Bonome, Peter 124 Booker, Catrell 58, 59. 64, 90, 124 Borland, James 124 Boronski, Jason 5, 10, 65, 78, 79, 80, 84, 97, 124 Boutin, Karen 36. 37, 38, 39. 98, 125 Bradley, Lisa 125 Bravetti, Ronn 90, 122, 125 Bray, Michelle 125 Brennan, James 30, 45, 65, 90, 122, 123, 125 Bricault, Keith 125 Brogan, Gregory 125 Brousseau, Brian 125 Bucklin, Audra 80. 85. 87, 90. 92. 101, 125, 130 Buie, Michelle 125 Burns, Holly 5 1, 125 Burns, Todd 75, 125 Bury, Jill 125 Cabral, Kathleen 125 Cahill, Dawn 125 Calligan, Laura 74, 75, 90, 125 Campbell, Lisa 125 Carroll, Jane 125 Carter, Steven 45, 46, 125 Caruso, Cort 125 Cava Here, Bobby 125 Chabot, Jodi 125 Chartier, Neil 85 Chastanet, Michele 98, 125 Clark, Charles 54, 82, 85 Clark, Deborah 14, 36, 38, 39, 89, 90. 125, 130 Clark, Donna 125 Connelly, Kristen 4 1, 58, 64, 90, 125 Cordeiro, Christine 125 Corvese, Lisa 125 Coyle, Kathleen 90, 98, 125 Creegan, Mark 125 Culhane, Sandra 56, 80, 125 Culp, Susan 125 Cuzzetto, Shannon 125 Dargis, Christine 125 Dean, Robbie 125 Defreitas, Tracy 75 Delfino, Brian 125 DeMattos, Dawn 48, 101, 125 Deppisch, Paul 32, 33, 90, 125 Deppisch. Peter 90, 123, 125 Desautel, Michelle 125 Deschenes, Gerard 65, 125 Devlin, Stacey 125 Dezotell, Kristen 103, 125 DiFiore, Scott 30, 33. 45, 83, 87 90. 92. 95, 125, 175 Donais, Craig 62, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 92. 125 Doran, Raymond 126 Dorr, Carolyn 58. 64. 90, 126 Doucette, Jennifer 126 Dowgiala, Jennifer 58, 64, 126 Doyle, Kimberly 126 Drought, Nancy 80, 8 1, 92, 126, 128 Dumont, Stephanie 126 Dupuis, Michael 126 Durang, Kristin 70, 126 Dyer, Kristen 9, 37, 80. 81. 90. 96 101, 122, 126. 128 Edwards, David 101 Eliason, Lee 126 Elwood. Theresa 70, 126 Emerson, Christopher 101 England, Debra 70, 83, 92, 126 Evert on, Tanya 42, 58, 64, 88, 90, 96, 122, 123, 126, 128 Farnell, Kathy 63, 90. 123, 126 Fernandes, Heidi 80, 90, 126 Fisher, Derek 30, 126 Flanagan, Kerri 80, 101, 126 Flores, Michael 126, 174 Fong, Bonnie 63, 80, 83, 90, 92, 98, 101. 126 Fontaine, Trade 126 Forbes, Jeff 54 Foster, Gregory 54, 126 Franz , Ryan 45, 126 Gagne, Gabrielle 126 Gaskin, Jo-Ann 123, 126 Gauiin, Ann-Marie 90, 126 Gaulin, Matthew 32, 33, 45, 59, 122, 126 Gioia, Christine 70. 74, 75, 79, 83, 92, 126 Gittle, Jason 10. 42. 80, 82, 84. 90. 126, 127 Goulart, Joseph 79, 126 Goulette, Joanna 126 Griffin. Beverly 35, 70, 72. 75. 90, 92, 97, 126 Grimes, Kelli 5, 126 Hamilton, Becky 126 Hanley, Kevin 40, 65, 126 Harris, Lauren 36, 38, 122, 123, 126 Hasselbaum, Heidi 78, 126 Hazen, Michael 126 Hillman, Jeffrey 126 Hilsman, Jennifer 74, 126 Hobson, Garth 49, 126 Holdgate, Philip 82, 83, 126 Houde, Pamela 126 Hustler, Glenn 98, 126 laconis, Beth 48, 63, 127 lerardi, Christine 56, 127 Inman, Richard 127 lonelli, Sandra 48, 58, 61, 80, 90, 101, 122, 127 Iveson, Sandra 127 Janick, Lynn 70, 127 Jaquello, Scott 127 Jewell, Allison 70, 71, 127 Jillson, Amy 90, 127 Jill son, Christopher 127 Johnson, Carol 9, 34, 35, 43, 56, 57, 87, 90, 92, 94. 127 Johnson, Jeffrey 127 Jordan, Jennifer 70, 127 Joseph, Michelle 127 Jost, Aaron 62, 127 Keenan, Deborah 127 Kelly, Kristen 70, 85, 127 Kelly Tim 30, 45, 127, 129 Kenneally, Stephen 127 Kephart, Christopher 127 Kiff, Jason 70, 74, 75, 77, 127 Kirby, Debra 90, 127 Kosar, Jodi 90. 127 Kraskouskas, John 30, 45, 65, 90, 127 Kuzoian, Dawn 127 Lacasse, Sharyn 90, 101 Lamar, Michael 54, 127 Laramee, Cassandra 127 Larochelle, Marc 52, 53, 127 LeBeau, Michael 127 LeBlanc, Paul 127 Lefevre, Rene 127 Lewis, Anthony 32. 127 Lewis, David 32, 45, 46, 47, 59, 96. 122, 127 Liberatore, Marc 32, 33, 127 Lind, Lori 40, 41, 58. 61, 64. 80, 83. 90. 92, 102, 127 Llacuna, Marimelda 62, 63, 127 Lund, Christopher 127 Lytkowski, Laura 127 MacCormack, Michelle 127 MacDonald, Steven 75, 77. 80, 127 Macomber, Stacy 127 Maione, Erin 58, 102, 127 Manton, Pamela 128 Marceau, Deanna 40, 4 1, 58, 64, 128 Marcoullier, Andrew 12, 62, 128 Marshall, Melanie 128 Martin, David 5, 52, 128 McAfee. Stephen 74, 75, 77, 85. 92, 128 McCann. Patrick 30, 45, 83, 90, 128 McCloskey, Devin 54, 128 McCrae, James 45, 90, 123, 128 McCretton, Jane 90, 128 McKenna, Michael 128 McKenna, Sally 128 McLaughlin, Patrick 90, 128 McNielly, Danny 128 McPhee, Kelley 80. 88. 98, 122, 128 Medeiros, John 45, 59, 87, 128 Megna, Rhonda 128 Meyer, Keith 30, 31, 32, 45, 96. 128 Miller, Marilyn 128 Miller, Scott 128 Mobriant, Richelle 128 Moreshead, Karen 123, 128 Morin, Richard 54, 55, 10 1, 128 Morrell, Jody 128 Morse, Christian 62, 128 Morse, Edward 128 Mullen, Jessie 36, 128 Mullen, Kathleen 128 Naismith, Amy 128 Narkiewicz, Kenneth 74, 75, 128 Neilson, Eric 45, 174 Noviello, Kim 128 Nye, Stacie 58, 64, 90, 128 O’Brien, Timothy 45, 128 O ' Connell, Lauriann 128 O ' Connor, Brian 45 Paradis, Rhonda 128 Pardi, Marianne 48, 56, 90, 128 Patnaude, Dennis 128 Pearce, Sheryl 58. 64. 92, 95, 101, 128 Pell, Robert 45, 59, 61, 64, 65, 83. 90, 129 Pelletier, Christine 90, 129 Perkoski, Erin 129 Pesce. Bernadette 129 Pesce, Dodi 8, 90. 129 Pestana, Michael 9, 40, 4 1, 59, 65, 83. 98. 101, 123, 129 Peterson, Kristina 87, 122, 129 Pierce, Wayne 129 Pion, Matthew 45, 128, 129 Porter, Griffin 90, 129 Puccio, Kristine 58, 64, 90, 101, 129 Puopolo, Timothy 32, 45, 58, 59, 83, 84, 87, 90, 92, 125, 127, 129 Reynolds, Kellie 48, 129 RhiUnger, James 129 Riel, Glenn 129 Riel, Paula 129 Rigby, Harold 98 Rijo, John 8. 30, 65, 82, 83, 84, 90, 92, 96, 97, 129 Ristaino, Linda 129 Robitaille, Bethany 129 Rogers, David 70, 71, 80, 129 Romero, Richard 40, 41, 54, 59, 60, 65, 79, 84. 129 Ronci, Michele 7, 36, 37, 38, 39, 90, 122, 129 Rosbach, Michael 12, 129 Routhier, Rachael 34, 43, 56, 90, 9 1, 129 Ruane, Megan 98. 129 Ruth, Keiran 62, 129 Sankey, Derek 129 Savard, Catherine 5, 42, 62, 63, 88. 90. 98. 129 Schmidt, David 86, 101, 129 Scott, Audrey 48, 129 Sebastiao, Lisa 58, 90, 126, 129 Sek, Saroeum 129 Shaw, Kristen 129 Siegwart, Kimberly 7, 42, 63, 84, 87, 90, 98. 129 Silva, Christine 92. 129 Simms, Debra 42, 43, 58, 64, 90, 130 Smith, Corrie 56, 90, 130 Smith, Stephen 130 Sousa, Ellen 35, 48, 56, 83, 90, 101, 130 Sowersby, Mark 45, 130 Spadaro, John 30. 130 Stack. Shelley 34, 90, 92, 101, 122, 129, 130 Stinson, Kirk 45, 130 St Lawrence, Shon 122, 130 Sullivan, Michael 32, 45, 59, 61, 90, 122, 125, 130 Swanson, Eric 33, 45. 90, 125, 130 Sweeney, Sherry 71, 130 Taitlon, Pamela 56, 130 Tatro, Andrea 130 Toole, Andrea 130 Varden, William 45, 101, 130 Velino, Dawn 127, 130 Verge. Elizabeth 90. 122, 130 Wagner, Melissa 130 Walker, Jason 130 Walker, Sarah 90, 130 Walsh, Paula 11, 58, 80, 83 84. 90, 130 Waseleski, Kristine 34, 42, 43, 90, 98, 130 Webb. Michele 36, 38. 39, 89. 122, 130 Welsh. April 70, 130 Wernborg, Kristen 63, 90, 98, 101, 123, 130 Williams, Lance 45, 130 Williams, Lori 74, 130 Winn, Curtis 54, 130 Wright, Gregory 49, 130 Sophomores Abdou, David 114 Atbertini, Mark 114 AUx, Roland 1 14 Anza, Erika 70, 71, 114 Arguin, Jennifer 114 Armour, Robert 101 Ashworth, Dana 70, 72, 73, 114 Auclair, Glenn 1 14 Aussant, Nicole 58, 6 1, 88, 89, 1 14 Bachand, Karin 75, 114 Bardsley, Kerri 80, 1 14 Battersby, Kelly 1 14 Beaupre, Neal 45, 59, 60, 65, 1 14 Beckett, Jay 1 14 Benoit, Julie 1 14 Bertino, Anthony 62, 74, 75, 1 14 Besaw, Michelle 56, 57, 114 Bilsborough, Sebastian 33, 1 15 Blackinton, Susanne 115 Blais, Michelle 1 15 Blanton, Karen 80. 10 1, 1 15 Bliss. Cynthia 34, 58, 1 15 Blodgett, Grace 1 15 Bourgeios, Donald 1 15 Boynton, Kevin 1 15 Brandley, Dawn 35, 57, 10 1, 1 15 Buckley, Erin 35, 56, 57, 1 15 Burns, Cari 1 15 Byers, Heidi 74, 75, 1 15 Caisse, Kristin 56, 1 15 Capuccino, Kristin 1 15 Chace, Noelle 1 15 Chagnon, Michelle 37, 38, 39, 1 15 Charette, Scott 45, 1 15 Charnley, Kim 1 15 Childs, Bethani 103, 1 15 Christensen Jennifer 1 15 Clapp, Kathryn 70, 1 15 Clark, John 1 15 Clark, Tina 1 15 Cochrane. Edward 30, 45, 1 15 Colleran, Timothy 52, 53, 1 15 Colvin, Kimberly 75, 115, 117 Conley, Christopher 62, 1 15 Connelly, Kerry 1 15 Cooke, Peter 45, 59. 65, 1 15 Cooper, Mark 15. 75, 77 Costic, Deborah 58, 64, 1 15 Cote, Kerry 1 15 Coyle, Sean 115 Crook, Derek 115 Davignon, Richard 30, 1 15 DeForest, Trade 1 15 Delfino, Timothy 1 15 Delsignore, Daniel 1 15 DeMarco, Steven 1 15 DeMarco, Tara 37, 39, 1 15 Desmarais, Holly 37, 39, 1 15 Desrosiers, Lisa 63, 101, 115 Dezotell, Michael 103, 115 Dimaio, Diane 1 15 Dion, William 40, 59, 65, 1 15 Dobro, Matthew 70, 1 15 Dufault, James 1 15 Dumas, Kenneth 62, 63, 83, 1 16 Dunn, Cynthia 1 16 Dunn, Kerri 1 16 Edwards, Mark 1 16 Eliason, Thomas 30, 45, 116 Erickson, Julie 1 16 Evert on, Duane 1 16 Farrugia, Renee 1 16 Faulder, Paul 1 16 Fecteau, Larry 45, 1 16 Feeney. Bonnie 1 16 Fernandes, Wayne 1 16 Fisk, Leah 51, 116 Flanagan, Ellen 1 16 Floyd, Gwendolyn 74, 75, 96, 101, 116 Forbes, Chad 116 Foster, Jennifer 35, 42, 43, 58, 61, 116 Fowler, Lisa 43, 1 16 Praise, Sherri 1 16 France, Linda 63, 116 Fulton, Jill 63, 75, 101, 116 Gagielo, Christine 116 Gagne, Ryan 116 Ganley, Sean 30, 33. 116 Gardner, Bertram 65. 116 Gardner, Gary 40, 59, 65, 1 16 Gaudette, Jennifer 70, 116 Gaumond, Barry 30, 45, 1 16 Gomes, Wayne 1 16 Goulet, Mary Ann 74, 75 Grantham, Allynn 41, 58, 70, 71, 101, 116 Grantham, Cynthia 58, 64, 1 16 Grantham, Marion 4 1, 58, 1 16 Griffin, Barbara 63, 70, 72, 75, 10 1. 1 16 Guillette, Lisa 62, 63, 74, 75, 95, 1 16 Guimond. Ernest 45, 1 16 Hallal, Sharyn 63, 103 Hancock, David 116 Hargreaves, Ryan 30, 45 Hartford. David 6, 33, 45, 59 Hasselbaum, Dawn 58, 64, 70, 73, 1 16 Hines, Valerie 1 16 Hobson, Harry 1 16 Host, Keith 70 Housman, Keith 1 16 Hughes, Tina 117 Hurder, Kevin 117 Jackson, Joseph 117 Jarchow, Deborah 117 Johnson, Steven 45, 94, 101, 117 Joy at, Roger 80, 83, 85, 117 Keleher, Maureen 101,117 Kelley, Kristin 117 Kelley, Maureen 103 Kelter, Sean 54, 56, 117 Kentros, James 30, 33, 49, 116, 117 Keyes, Matthew 33, 54, 55, 117 Kieltyka, Jill 117 Kiernan, John 45, 117 Kimbrel, Stacie 74, 75, 77, 101, 117 Klarwasser, Thomas 117 Knowles, Adrien 117 Kravatz, James 117, 120 Kronheim, Karl 117 LaFerriere, Jason 1 17 Lake, Karen 13, 42, 58, 64, 101, 117 Lamborn, Lance 45, 117, 119 LaMonte, James 70, 71, 117 LaPlante, Derek 117 Larson, Greg 117 Laurence, Brook 88, 117 Lavasseur, Richard 117 Lavelle, Christine 117 Laviano, Mark 33, 49, 117 LeBlanc, Lou 117 LeBlanc, Todd 117 Lee, Michelle 103, 117 LeGendre, Paul 30, 45, 117 Lennox, Brian 117 Leslie, Jodi 79, 117 Lippmeier, James 117 Lynch, Raymond 103, 117 Magnan, Kyla 117 Mandell, Sarah 5, 63, 70, 80, 81, 85, 117 Marcoullier, Matthew 117 Marsden, Joseph 117 Ma rshall, Stephen 1 18 Martin, Paul 1 18 Martins, Lino 1 18 McCarthy, Scott 1 18 McCrae, Alexander 118 McDeed, Eileen 37, 38, 39, 10 1, 1 18 McKenna, Chad 1 18 McKinnon, Sarah 4 1 McOuade. Judi 37, 1 18 Mentillo, Jeremy 52 Merigold, Marcy 35, 58, 6 1, 10 1, 1 18 Mikulis, Jonathan 30, 32, 33, 1 18 Miller, Robert 33, 61, 118 Index 215 Mitchell, Debra 63, 1 18 Mitchell, Thomas 54, 1 18 Morris, Richard 1 18 Morrison, Julie 1 18 Morse, Patricia 1 18 Moscato, Laura 56, 1 16, 1 18 Muir, Cheryi 1 18 Newport, Mark 45, 47, 65, 1 18 Ney, Jeanne 1 18 Oliveira, Mark 1 18 Otash, Karen 1 18 Paris, Scott 1 18 Pasquel, Frank 54, 55, 1 18 Patalano, Nicholas 10 1, 1 18 Patterson, Laura 118 Pearson, Rebecca 118 Pereira, Christine 1 18 Phalen, Eileen 1 18 Pinsonnault, Richard 1 18 Pi on, Derrityn 118 Potter, Cheryl 63, 1 18 Pratt, Christine 118, 123 Prescott, Laura 85, 1 18 Ouintal, Kerri 1 18 Re, Jennifer 1 18 Reinsant, Jeffrey 45, 1 18 Reuter, Robert 74, 75, 1 18 Reynolds, Vicki 1 18 Ricci, Daniel 45, 103, 1 18 Richards, Gary 62, 1 18 Rizvi, Nassim 1 18 Robichaud, Marc 45, 1 18 Roditakis, Paul 1 18 Rodriguez, Brian 33, 49, 1 18 Rodriguez, Daryl 33, 49, 1 18 Rose. Alison 63, 1 18 Ryder, Aaron 118 Savage, Thomas 45 Schubnel, Julie 58, 1 19 Shinn, Jude 45 SHvestri, Richard 45 Sisti, Thomas 52 Slaney, Derek 1 19 Slaney, Matthew 45, 1 19 Solar i, Donna 1 19 Sorrells, Brent 54, 1 19 Sparks, Michelle 1 19 Spot tore, Suzanne 1 19 Stafford, tan 1 19 Stanford, Sharon 37, 38, 1 19 Tremblay, Cindy 57, 101, 119 Vincent, Lynn 1 19 Viscusi, Ann Marie 1 19 Waite. Heather 101, 119 Walsh, Eric 1 19 Wilkie, Gail 35, 103. 1 19 Williams, Tracy 119 Winship, Chad 15, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 119 Witt, Derek 1 19 Worthington, Jason 119 Wright. Michelle 79, 80, 101, 119 Yankee, Eric 1 19 Young, Laura 63, 1 19 You t her, Michael 1 19 Freshmen Ajoue, Daniel 106 Ala, Michele 80, 106 Allen, Deborah 57, 88, 95, 106 Allen, Matthew 101, 106 Allen, Traci 103, 106 Anderson, Cindy 58, 106 Aussant, Aimee 106 Baldwin, Jenny 106 Banks, Ivory 106 Bella vance, Chere, 57, 106 Bennett, Erin 106 Blackburn, Elizabeth 74, 75, 106 Blake, Shad 46, 106 Bottz, Nancy 74, 75, 106 Booker, Rolanda 35, 58, 61, 89, 106, 112 Boyle, Gretchen 107 Bradley, Robert 107 Brady, Noel 107 Bray, Marie 107 Brillon, Shawn 107 Burns, Richard 46, 106, 107 Bury, Patrick 107 Buteau, Jennifer 58, 85, 107 216 Index Cameron, Derek 46, 59, 65, 107 Camire, Justin 46, 107 Campbell, Troy 107 Campbell, William 46, 107 Chaiifoux, Laura 107 Charron, George 107 Cheney, Cara 107 Clairmont, Steven 107 Clark, Kelli 107 Clark, William 107 Clarkin, Susanne 107 Clements, Jamie 107 Cleveland, Dawn 101, 107 Clinton, Jean 106, 107 Cloutier, Michelle 57, 64, 107 Collar, Michelle 107 Conley, Brian 59, 107 Cook, Timothy 107 Corbett, Kerri 103, 107 Corrigan, Lisa 57, 107 Coutcher, Diane 107 Cowdry, Christopher 70, 74, 75, 77, 107 Cragan, Peter 31, 46, 107 Croall, John 46, 103, 107, 1 10 Croteau, Mark 31. 46, 107, 111 Cryan, James 31, 46, 107 Cummings, Courtney 108 Daggett, Jeremy 46, 62, 108 Daniels, Emily 70 Darling, Keith 74, 75, 108 DeLaurier, Lisa 9, 36, 38, 39, 108 Delfino, Jennifer 108 DeLorey, Tina 108 DeMattos, Greg 31, 101, 107, 108 Dery, Regan 57, 108 Desilets, Jennifer 80, 101, 108 Didiase, David 108 Doane, Chacora 108 Drotts, Cindy 57, 108 Drought, Sarah 107, 108 Dyer, Kimberly 6, 96, 108 El-Khaouli, Fouard 108 Ellis, Gregg 108 Ellis, Lorie 108 Fellmann, Barbara 3, 57, 108, 111 Fish, Lauren 63, 95, 108 Flanagan, Kimberly 70, 101, 108 Foster, Jamie 108 French, Michelle 51, 108 Frost, Christopher 108 Fuller, Jason 70, 75, 108 Fulton, Julie 106, 108 Garrow, Michael 46, 59, 108 Goeller, Brian 31, 108 Gonzalez, Kerry 108 Gookin, Karen 108 Gordon, Denise 108 Goulart, Brenda 108 Gray, James 108 Greco, Lynne 80, 101, 109 Haines, Philip 109 Hanley, Kristen 4 1, 58, 64, 108, 109 Hargreaves, Amy 57, 109 Hartford, Julie 109 Hefron, Philip 46, 103 Hiltz, Heidi 109 Hobson, Heath 101, 109 Holdgate, Claudine 70, 109 Holmes, Mark 70 Holt, Carla 109 Hood, Traci 103, 109 Hor rocks, Kevin 109 Houle, Lori 109 Housman, Lisa 78, 109 Jacobs, Craig 46, 109 Jaquello, Chris 109 Jerpi, Lynne 58, 109 Johnson, Jason 46, 109 Johnson, Richard 46, 59, 65, 109 Johnson, Steve 31, 46, 109 Kane, Kevin 109 Kelli her, David 109 Kirby, Dana 109 Knight, Edward 103, 109 Knowles, Nathan 109 Kosar, John 31, 109 Kraskouskas, Jeffrey 30, 46, 109 Krawiec, Richard 46, 109 Lacasse, Brian 40, 59, 109 Lanthier, Robert 109 Lareau, Lisa 109 Levin, Natalie 57, 109 Linowski, Jennifer 58, 109 Linowski, Laura 58, 109 Lockwood, Melissa 109 Long, Rebecca 109 Lorimer, Shannon 109 Loring, Robin 1 10 Macaione, Lynn 37, 38, 1 10 MacPherson, Lisa 1 10 Maher, Christine 57, 1 10 Manton, Dana 1 10 Marcoccio, Michael 70, 79, 110 Marcoux. Christine 1 10 Marsden, David 1 10 Marten, Jeff 110 Marlin, Christopher 103, 1 10 McCloskey, John 1 10 McGill, Lisa 1 10 McGlashing, Eric 1 10 McKenna, Julie 103, 110 McKeon, Tina 74, 110 Medeiros, Mark 46, 110 Middleton, Robert 1 10 Moody, Eric 46, 1 10 Moody, Shannon 103, 1 10 Morin, Robert 1 10 Morrison, Aimee 58, 110, 111 Murawski, Eric 46, 1 10 Nally, Jeff 14. 46, 1 10 Nardelli, Julia 37. 38. 39, 1 10 Nelson, Britt 1 10 Nesbitt, Kristen 7, 36, 38, 39, 88, 110 Newport, Leslie 57, 1 10 Noreck, Daniel 52, 53, 110 O ' Brien, Jessica 1 10 Ordiales, Richard 46 Orloski, Paul 1 10 Ormonde, Jason 1 10 Palmquist, Amy 58, 1 10 Palo, Tanya 1 10 Paul, Donna 48, 1 10 Pedini, Mark 1 10 Perkoski, Christina 1 10 Perrota, Christine 74, 75, 1 10 Peterson, Melissa 63, 111 Pichierri, Brian 1 1 1 Pierini, Tracy 111 Post, Kathleen 58, 111 Precourt, Michael 1 1 1 Preston, Derek 1 1 1 Puccio, Michelle 51, 58, 111 Raymond, Brian 101, 103, 111 Reardon, Jeffrey 1 1 1 Reardon Kristin 1 1 1 Rego, Mary 1 1 1 Rhi linger, Amy 80, 98, 111 Ricci, Karen 57, 103, 111 Rickard, Nicole 57, 78, 111 Riel, Gerri 70, 111 Rioux, Michelle 48, 111 Risser, Jason 46, 111 Roche, Bridget 35. 57, 111 Romero. Carina 70, 111 Rosbach, Steven 45, 70, 72, 111 Rousseau, Sarah 38, 39, 111 Roy, Matthew 31, 46, 111 Schofield, Jamie 1 1 1 Schromm, Lynn 58, 59, 64, 101, 103, 108, 111 Sek, Sarim 1 1 1 Sevigny, Donald 1 1 1 Shatzer, Matthew 1 1 1 Shaw, Michael 1 1 1 Sheasgreen, Kevin 46, 111 Shepard, Nikkol 1 1 1 Sherman, Lynn 35, 74, 101, 111 Sherry, Todd 1 1 1 Sias, Jo 35, 57, 98, 1 12 SHvestri, Randy 3 1, 46 Simoneau, Nicole 1 12 Slaney, Philip 46, 1 12 Smith. Erica 36. 37, 38, 39, 1 12 Smith, Keeley 57, 1 12 Spadaro, Brian 31, 112 Spencer, Erin 1 12 Spencer, Scott 1 12 St Lawrence, Albert 109, 1 12 Stoltz, Brady 37, 1 12 Strachan, Mary 35, 57, 98, 106, 1 12 Strange, Kendra 1 12 Sturtevant, Wayne 1 12 Tardiff, Melissa 1 12 Tattersall, Kathy 103, 1 12 Taylor, Stacey 112 Thomas, Brian 3 1, 46, 1 12 Tinkham, Daniel 31, 46, 112 Vacher, Stephen 3 1, 46, 1 12 Vandette. Michelle 101, 108, 112 Viens, Robin 1 12 Vital, Kristina 1 12 Wallis. Julia 63. 1 12 Weeman, Jennifer 1 12 Werner, Kristen 1 12 Wilmarth, Peter 1 12 Wilson, Kathryn 57, 1 12 Wojciechowski, Traci 98. 1 12 Ziergiebel, Kara 1 12 Zion, Lee 79, 1 12 BICO Arraiz, Kimberly 132, 139 Bender. Kirsten 132, 133 Benson, Heather 132 Bolduc, Brian 132, 142 Chavez, Jason 132 Cimino, Joanne 132 Costa, Kimberly 132, 133 Krzystow, John Alan 132, 133 Mercier, Donald 132. 133 Neubauer, Colleen 163 Osborne. Edward 132 Padula, David 132 Rogan, John 133 Stringfellow, John 132 Subject Index Administration 18 Ads 190 Aides 103 Art Club 98 Awards Assembly 95 Baseball 30 Basketball Boys’ 32 Basketball Girls ' 34 BICO 132 Cheerleaders 36 College Bowl 82 Credits 8 1 Cross Country 40 Dedication 2 Drama Club 70 Faculty and Staff 19 Father-Daughter Dance 99 Field Hockey 42 Fisher-Kelley Banquet 66 Football 44 Foreign Exchange Student Assembly IOC Freshmen 106 Galdriel 78 Golf 49 Graduation 182 Gymnastics 50 Hockey 52 Homecoming 88 Honor Society 92 Index 214 Junior Prom 122 Juniors 124 Latin Club 101 Math League 83 Model Senate 85 Model UN 84 Music 74 Newspaper 79 Physical Education Leaders 102 Powderpuff Football 90 SADD 87 Science Fair 86 Senior Class 136 Senior Class History 138 Senior Class Night 180 Senior Pizza Party 1 76 Senior Portraits 139 Senior Prom 1 74 Senior Reception 1 78 Senior Superlatives 146, 156, 166 Soccer 54 Softball 56 Sophomores 1 14 Spring Track 58 Student Advisory Council 97 Student Council 96 Tennis 62 Volleyball 48 Winter Track 64 Yearbook 80 w ■ D. 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