Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)

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Life is to be fortified by many friendships. To love, and We shall all leave SHS with many wonder- ful memories, the most precious of which are memories of our friendships. The friends we have made here affected every aspect of our school day. For many of us, each morning began by riding to school with friends, sharing a seat on either a car or a bus. We looked forward to meeting the gang in the Caf or outside the attendance office. At 8 we ' d find ourselves with the same homeroom buddies brought close to us by the alphabet year after year. Then, each and every day, we encountered all types of friends: kids we only knew from the one class we shared with them . . . Commons and lunch buddies with whom we shared tables and walks to the snack bar . . . the " hi ' s " and quick locker conversations in those always- too-short four-minute breaks . . . dependable friends who helped us through tough times and dependent friends whom we tried to help . . . and the after-school buddies in sports and clubs. With each one we shared a brief moment, an hour, a day, our lives and our inner thoughts. Some of these friends will be with us for the rest of our lives. Others will live only in our memories. As we move on to pursue our individual dreams, the happy times we shared as Stoughton High ' s Class of 1987 will remain forever in our hearts, and our friendships will be part of the memory. No matter where life ' s journey takes each of us, we will always be bonded as one big family. In tribute to these FRIENDSHIPS, the 1987 STOTONIAN is dedicated. 1983-84: ' 87 Comes to Stoughton High . . . Herlihy asks Noreen Tierney; (Right) A big senior looks on as frosh buddies Matt Ridell and Dave Skoletsky pose IHr er) " Are we having fun? " Corinne A gleesome threesome (1983 vintage) are Greenberg, and (let ' s not forget) Kim Harris. Kim Tobins, Michelle Lir Jeff (Teplitz) leads the frosh attack. lull 1983- 84 FollLsh. foolish Frosh, our fir.?! year at Stoughton High under the leadership of Amy Tarpey, president; Debbie Swanbeck; lonnifi Remmes, secretary; Kalhy Kosinski, Ireasu " and Mrs, Kathryn Cullen, advisor . . Ron. Reagan entered his second term Yazslremski retires , . . Sally K. Ride America ' .s first woman in orbit . . . William Schroeder becomes the second person to receive a permanent artificial heart ... A little ol ' lady. Clara Peller, captures American tv viewers with a " Where ' s the beef " commercial for Wendy ' s , , . Vanes,sa Williams becomes 56 h Miss America and runs inio a storm about showing the bare fads in a Playboy Magazine picture display . . . U.S. Armed Forces invadj Grenada . . . terrorism in Beirut ... a controv sial movie about nuclear war. " The Day Afler scares everyone who watches il , . . Cabbage Patch kids make their appearance on toy shelves . . . SHS freshman football team en season 4-2 .. . var.sity baseball team are si champs . . . after nearly being " counted oi because of lack of participation, field hockey SHS is revived with lots of frosh girls comi out for the sport . . . and. lel ' .s not forget, t.._ beginning of our CLASS lOKK: Painter ' s Hal fundraiser . . . ir at Amy nif Hl ' mm !lia J| - to Itle tv cial lies out ine age Biii CLASS OF 1987 EXECUTIVE BOARD in 1984): (Front) Amy Tarpey, Mrs. Kathryn Cullen. (2nd) Karen Anderson, Debbie Swanbeck, Kathy Kosinski, Pat Donnelly, Louie Poillucci. (3rd) )ennifer Remmes, Renee Somers, Noreen Tierney, Robin Young, Heidi Ostroff, Matt Ridell, lanice Lorenz. (Rear) )eff Teplitz, Bill Kane. Duke Donoghue, Richie Doyle, Mike Carroll, Rose Zadra, Cindy Dykes, cfhris Fogarty. Going up to Herkimer, N.Y. for the famous Monti Diamond Hunt are a Coming home from the diamond digging expedition are a triumphant group of relaxed trio: Julie Ceasulo, Colleen Reardon, Renee Somers. freshmen (in 1984): Chris Fogarty, Pat Donnelly, )eff Teplitz, Matt Rideli, Robin Young Kim Harris uses Terry Buggs to climb to new heights. JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY in 1984 include all freshmen (and one sophomore): (Front) Enissa Jones, Marie Macrogianis, Jill Cohen, Michelle Kelley, Elizabeth Rodrigues, Kim Tobins. Kim Holmes, Kim Nelligan, Karen Holmes, Elise Lipman, Pam Francioso, Adalena Costa, Randi Elasowich, Susan Malone, Chris Fogarty, Julie gk , H Goldman, Robin Young, Ann Doherty, Amy mfm Foster, Cheryl Lipsky, Colleen Rearden, Tracy 1 . l ilB ' l Aguiar, Kathy Kosinski, Deidre O ' Sullivan, ' M " " l l Coach Ann Malinowski 4 The JAMES JOYCE FAN CLUB surrounds its founder and bon vivant Mr. Frank Coen: Cathy r I Mootos, Cindy Dykes, Renee Pellerin, Amy Foster, Chris Fogarty, Kerry Jennings. We have been friends together Jeff Teplitz is enthralled by the Duke Tom Day asks Big Daddy: " May I serve you? Sophomores at las) and the class officers were Michael Carroll. Duke Donoghue. Richard Doyle, and lennifer Remmes . . . Hard work on the Monopoly Spirit hall and the never-ending Painter Cap sale . . . Ronald Reagan won the presidential election for a second term: his victory was mirrored here as students overwhelmingly voted for him in a SHS KNIGHT poll . . . Geraldine Ferraro. on the los- ing side, was the first woman to run for vice- president . . . varsity field hockey was co-champs of the league with sophomores Tracy Aguiar. Karen Holmes, and Nancy Bechet . . . boys cross country won the league pennant for a second year and varsi- ty basketball advanced to the state tourney with sophs Terry Buggs and Brad Miller . . . the music groups traveled to Newport. Philadelphia, and New York capturing many awards and medals , . . Annie was the annual school musical . . . Gov. Michael Dukakis visited the school urging students to ioin the fight against drugs . . . Everyone in town was getting cable (with MTV and HBO); SHS got its own tv studio . . . Balfour came in the spring and class rings were ordered . . . We were almost upperclass students . . . The 1984 Spirit Hall crew: Marie, Noreen, jill, Cathy, Synneve, and Pat Pat Donnelly searches for the missing DNA molecule Many members of the Class of ' 87 were on the jayvee squad of 1985; (Front) Tabitha Ostrander. Kathy Kenney, Tracy Aguiar, Chris Fogarty, Cindy Dykes. (2nd) Stephanie Tzinso. Rose Zadra. Susan Erickson, Colleen Reardon, Kim Pray. (Rear) Coach Mike Baxter, Laura Long, Karen Holmes, Corintie Herlihy, Kathy Kosinski, Noreen Tierney. " Hey, what do I do now? " Louie Poillucci David Skoletsky sweeps Barbara Ceven right Kerry Jennings and the Community Chest asks. off her feet. Amy (Flash) Tarpey seeking the proper camera angle. Barbara Walters look out! Here comes Laura Schiff Tracy Aguiar, only a sophomore, played a Danny Litwack is ready to take down his Just a couple of mature sophomores living it starring role in 1984. opponent. up. (Robin Kravitz and Renee Somers) 9 What is a friend? It is a person with whom 1985-86 Our jolly junior year . . . class rings . . . SAT ' s . . . Junior Prom at Blue Hills Coun- try Club in Canton . . . " We ' ve Got Tonight " is theme and Synneve Carlino is Prom Queen . . . musicians united world-wide to raise money to feed the hungry of Ethiopia; USA for Africa ( " We Are the World " ), Live Aid . . . first year of Alternate Infinity, science fiction club . . . swim team defeated Canton for first time ever . . . field hockey and boys cross-country were Hockomock champs . . . juniors won Spirit Halls with nursery rhyme theme . . . space shuttle Challenger plunged nation into gloom as it exploded shortly after take-off killing entire crew including civilian teacher Christa McAuliffe . . . marching band ' s first year in NESBA competitions . . . hurricane Gloria came to Stoughton and left many of us without electricity for an extended period . . . national fundraiser to restore Lady Liberty for her 100th birth- day . . . Celtics won the NBA championship. Patriots went to the Super Bowl . . . Death of movie star Rock Hudson put the spotlight on Aids which was reaching the epidemic stage . . . school musical was Hello Dolly . . . officers were Robin Young, president; Duke Donoghue, Vice-president; Richie Doyle, treasurer; Mike Carroll, secretary . . . Seniority at last! JUNI0R5 " Did someone say ' party ' ? ' Thanksgiving Pep Rally fl9fi51 16 • 18 Senior Government • 58 Senior Scenes THE CLASS • 20 Seniors • 60 Homecoming r T f n • 55 In Memoriam • 62 Powder Puff Ur 1987 • 56 Seniors At Work • 64 Superlatives DEDICATION Many individuals have contributed to our memories of the Class of 1987 ... Of them the greatest contribution was that of the officers ... To these hard-working, dedicated leaders and workers we dedicate the Senior Section of the ' 87 STOTONIAN . . . They are listed on Page 18 . . . 17 CLASS OF 1987: OFFICERS TO THE CLASS OF 1987: " It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of fooUshness. It was the season o Jight, it was the season of hope, it was the winter of despair. " (A Tale of Two Cities) " It was the best o times " . . . Our ski trip to Mt. Sunapee, Junior Prom, and Spirit Week . . . " It was the worst of times " . . . Selling our painter caps; the red, white, and blue Spirit Halls, the loss of fellow classmates. " It was the age of wisdom " . . . Four years of academics enhanced by your dedicated faculty . . . " It was the age o oolishness " . . . Ordering 1000 painter caps, class meetings in A-411. " It was the season of light " . . . Senior year SAT scores, acceptance goals . . . " It was the season of hope " . . . higher SAT scores, Class of 1990 to sell our painter caps . . . " It was the winter of despair " . . . Ski trip cancelled, 700 painter caps left, graduation approaching. As your class advisor for four years, I will always relate the above quotation by Charles Dickens to you all. You have brightened the past four years at Stoughton High for me. With deep sincerity I bid you farewell and peace. KATHRYN E. CULLEN Faculty Advisor TO THE CLASS OF 1987: Our four years at SHS have been filled with many successes of which we are justifiably proud. (Of course, we have had a few mistakes along the way. We started out with red, white, and blue spirit halls — a colorful idea gone wrong, but we learned from our mistakes and came back to win the first two armual Spirit Weeks our junior and senior years. And — let ' s not forget our experiment with a " wicked, awesome " fundraiser: We ' ll be selling painter caps until our 20th reunion.) We have worked together as a class, excelling in academics, athletics, fine and performing arts, and socializing. I would like to thank all the students who have served the class as officers over the four years we have been at SHS. Especially, on behalf of the class, I thank our spirited, dedicated advisor, Mrs. Kitty Cullen, and our dear friend, Mrs. Julie Conroy. ROBIN YOUNG President a 4 JANICE LORENZ RICHARD DOYLE JENNIFER REMMES OUR THANKS TO THOSE WHO SERVED THE CLASS OF 1987: • 1986-87: Robin Young, president; Janice Lorenz, vice-president; Jennifer Remmes, secretary; Richie Doyle treasurer. • 1985-86: Robin Young, president, Duke Donoghue, vice-president; Mike Carroll, secretary; Richie Doyle, treasurer. • 1984-85; Mike Carroll, president; Duke Donoghue, vice-president; Jennifer Remmes, secretary; Richie Doyle, treasurer. • 3983-1984: Amy Tarpey, president; Debbie Swanbeck, vice-president; Jennifer Remmes. secretary; Kathy Kosinski, treasurer. Class of 1987 Executive Board (Front) Janice Lorenz, Robin Young, Mrs. Kathryn Cullen, Jennifer Remmes. (2nd) Marie Macrogianis, Jeff Winn, Kerry Jennings, Susan Hollander, Julie Goldman, Chris Fogarty. (3rd) Scott Kramer, Rose Curtis, Corrine Herlihy, Michelle Greenberg, Karen Anderson, Cheryl Lipsky, Mike Bradbury, Jeff Teplitz. (Rear) Laura Colannino, Pat Donnelly, AnnMarie Col- annino, Kelli Benson, Beth Hern, Ellen Gillis, Noreen Tierney, Danny Litwack, Synneve Carlino, Matt Brackman, Laura Backner, Karen Gunn. (Front) Alissa Gill, Brad Miller, Duke Donoghue, Laura Schiff. (2nd) Jill Cohen, Heidi Ostroff, Mike Poshkus, Kim Tobins, Renee Mason, Alyssa Zaslow. (3rd) Richard Venanzi, Bob Abril, Louie Poillucci, Anna Magerer, Amy Tarpey, Beth Sneider, Debbie Swanbeck, Kathy Mootos. (Rear) Lisa Faust, Cindy Dykes, Renee Pellerin, Jay Rosenberg, Scott Spack, Doug Weiler, Renee Somers, Renelle Cabrero, Kim Pray, Christine Bunker, Julie Cerasulo. Backner Brackman NAT ' L MERIT HONORS Semi-FinaJist: Daniel McKinnon Letters o Commendation; Laura Bachner Matt Brackman Synneve Carlino Tom Foster Corinne Herlihy Marie Macrogianis Michael Poshkus Macrogianis Poshkus McKinnon 19 SaaagS ai GINA ALTERIO FLORBELA ANDRADE OLGA ARAUJO ROBERT J. ABRIL TRACY J. AGUIAR ROBERT J. ABRIL — Bob . . . Easygoing . . . Peeves: Idiotic people, people who are late, snobs, people with weird haircuts . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis, Journey, golf, math, " Back in Time " . . . Memories: Concerts, confirma- tion, summer vacation ' 86 . . . Mass. Maritime Academy . . . Thanks to my Mother. TRACY J. AGUIAR — Ace . . . Friendly, athletic, hyperactive . . . Peeves: Gassers, Sunday morning practices, work . . . Favorites: Sports, field hockey champs ' 84, ' 85, Chinese food, BU hockey games . . . Memories: Craig 10 24 82, Cal ' s, Labor Day weekend, summer of ' 86, Norwood ' 85 . . . college . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. LESLIE A. ALLEN — Smiley Jr. . . . Moody, sensitive, talkative . . . Peeves: Friends that aren ' t, waiting, jocks, getting caught . . . Favorites: Weekends, beachbound, camping, " Stairway to Heaven, " " Love Hurls " . . . Memories: John Cougar 1 1 85, Neil Young 8 86, the corner, special times. GINA MARIE ALTERIO — Gene, " G, " G-squared, EUie . . . Friendly, talkative, moody . . . Peeves: waiting, lies, boring weekends . . . Favorites: Boston, Led Zep, skiing, tequila, parties, sailboats, cruising with the girls, dreaming . . . Memories: Halloween ' 85, Cape Cod, N.H. 8 14 86. 1 30 86, 9 6 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. KAREN ANDERSON — KA . . . Happy . . . Peeves: Broken promises . . . Memories: B-52 ' s, roses, pickles, " What a riot. " New Year ' s Eve ' 85, ' 86, Dyane, April Vac. ' 86, old Spa, Jeanne, you ' re always there 8 9 85. 8 13 86, 5 20 86 talks w Mich, — Brew-ha-ha. " oh my Gawd! " Journey, hugs, walks on the beach. My best friend Richie 6 28 86 . . . Jaro. once a friend always a friend, thanks Mr. Andrews, Gram . . . Thanks. Mom and Dad, I love you so much! FLORBELA ANDRADE — Bela, Flo . . . Quiet, friendly, honest . . . Peeves: snobs, waking up early, working, people who try to make themselves more than what they are . . . Favorites: Stuffed animals. Janet Jackson, Cool and the Gang, Julio Iglesias, " Heaven, " " When I think of you, " " Cherish, " " Ni te tengo, " " Ni te olvido, " soccer, " c ' est la vie " ... To be successful and happy . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, love ya both. SCOTT ANDREWS — Skittles . . . Crazy, caring, unpredictable . . . Peeves: Going to school, working, being broke, boring Friday nights . . . Favorites: Motley Crue, " Stairway to Heaven, " all food, " How the hell are ya, " " Never can tell " . . . Memories: Mike ' s party. Bill P.. The Ozzy con- cert, Jen and Nikki . . . Thanks for nothin ' , " time will tell, " " to be the best bassist I possibly can. " OLGA ARAUJO — Buddy . . . Quiet, friendly . . . Peeves- Waiting, phony people . . . Favorites: U2, Boston, Scorpions. Maiden . . . " I ' m here for good time not for long time, " " You rrheven! " . . , Memories: Summer of ' 86, w Buddy, Tina, Anna, Cid. and Dilla . . . Looking forward to the summer of ' 87. i 11 1 LESLIE A. ALLEN KAREN ANDERSON SCOTT ANDREWS 20 CARYN BETH ASSNER KIMBERLI BAKKR JANELL A. BARRETT KATHY BAXTER MARY LOU AVILA LAURA JANET BACKNER CARYN ASSNER — Peeves: Science, Snobs, and Decas . . . Memories: Goodtimes w my friends at Stoughton High, best of times, summer ' 86, New Years ' 85 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad for everything. MARY LOU AVILA — M.L. . . . moody, friendly, caring . . . Peeves: Drugs-n-Alcohol, Lawbreakers . . . Favorites: Dancing, love songs, poetry, romance . . . Memories: 10 18 86, 12 31 84 midnight, 8 27 86, " Whenever things are going bad, don ' t give up too fast, keep trying and you will succeed. " . . . Thanks to my great Dad and stepmother. LAURA ]. BACKNER — L.B., trackie, droopy-draws . . . strange, friendly, very talkative . . . Peeves: speedwork, ' 86 Trans Ams, 22 laps, " you ' re ruining your life! " , " do you know how to hum? " . . . Favorites: physiology. Town Spa pizza, the mile, co-captains with Nancy, good times with the trackies . . . Memories: Boston 5 9 86. M.I.T with Julie and Eric, Fox- busters, bug project . . . Love and " Thanks, Mom and Dad. KIMBERLI BAKER — Kim . . . Determined, unpredictable . . . Peeves: Repeating myself, liars. All night phone calls, " Gain weight!!? " . . . Favorites: " This Night, " Gum, " Playing the bucks " . . . Memories: Stan ' s Apart, w the girls, wind drift, Hyannis, New York w |ulie, Fogo ' s Cape house, special times w Dean 4-28-84. Thanks Mom, Dad + Family, Love ya. ANDREA BARLOW — Andrea . . . HAPPY . . . always on the go . . . Peeves: liars, The Birds, red lights, waiting . . . Favorites: Boston, candy, traveling, shopping, being w friends. Party at Sue ' s the six of us . . . Memories: 4-8-83, Sundays w Nancy, H.G., Nov. 85, Humorock T-Bird . . . Be successful . . . Thanks for being the best Mum + Dad, Thanks Sheri + Jim. JANELL BARRETT — Janell, Jarell, The Comic . . . loud, friendly, sar- castic . . . Peeves: morning, curfews, boring weekends, eternal classes . . . Favorites: meatball subs, lobsters, calcools, the girls, Japperdudy . . . Memories: cheering, 409 weekends, George, 6-17-86, 8-21-86, Hyannis, Thursdays, " yado? " , Wellfleet, skeeming with Steph and the Vice, " no lie " , babe, " yahoo " Shamus, Jerry, 106.7 in the rain . . . thanks and all my love to Mom, Dad and the family, you ' re the greatest, to the +c ' s — I love you all, and to Jasper, am I there yet? MICHAEL BAUM — sarcastic, forgetful . . . Peeves: cutting weight, AM radio, getting up for school, green cars, trying to get license . . . Favorites: the football card, pizza, Aerosmith, wrestling, birthday cards, Boston, BMWF . . . Memories: 3 15 86, Party at my house — 10 10 86, 10 11 86, summer tournaments ' 86 — How do we get there? — don ' t worry I remember this building. Bay State Games, Early Thurs. Football games " Easy now. Killer " , I had my homework, but . . . Sectionals ' 85, ' 86 . . . Thanks, love you Mom. NANCY A. BECHET — Betchet . . . gullible, athletic, talkative . . . Peeves: waiting, busy phones, goals going the wrong way, " Fetchet Betchet " . . . Favorites: " Soccer in Cal. " , 144-167, 4 yrs. field hockey, " Calvin Ras " , " Swill " mmmhhmm! " The Beach " . . . Memories: Donnelly M, Alberts gang, " championships " . Times w Jim, spa nights, out w the girls . . . Love to Mom and Dad . . . College bound!! ANDREA BARLOW MICHAEL BAUM NANCY A. BECHET 21 COLLEEN BEZANSON JEFFREY L. BOHN ALICE BEMIS KELLI T. BENSON ALICE BEMIS — Al, Muggsy . . . Off the wall, outspoken, funloving . . . Peeves: School food, vocab tests, nonsmoking sections . . . Favorites: Phil Collins, Doritos, " This is true " . . . Memories: Shopping with Julie, Satur- day Nights, Mikki winning Putt Putt Championship from Peter. Accoun- ting and Vickk . . . Thanks Linda, Dad, Lisa, for everything. KELLI T. BENSON — Kel, Keldrin . . . Gullible, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: Parallel parking, cliques, a.m. rehearsals . . . Favorites: The " Gray Bomber, " pink lemonade, 3 K ' s, " Oh, please! " Jazz Band . . . Memories: Scott — 6 20 85, friends with Elan, Toronto, Washington . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, family, friends. MICHAEL BENTO — Sacluna, Bento . . . Hyper, outgoing, perverted . . . Peeves: Non-Metal, talkers. Rat vs. Jock arguments . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Boston, Iron Maiden, Wrestling . . . Memories: A-hr studies, concerts, wrestling, " We don ' t know where we might go till we make it all the way " . . . Thanks. Ma, Dad. Rob. Lisa, friends, and relatives. JACKIE BERKOWITZ — Jackie, Jocky . . . Peeves: Waiting, fakes, apathy, " I really don ' t care " . . . Favorites: Boston, U2, pizza, Friday night coffee time, " pie " . . . Memories: New Year ' s ' 85, 5 9 86, 7 4 86, DECA, Panama ' 84 2 a.m. . . . " Take your jacket off " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. COLLEEN MARIE BEZANSON — Crazy, talkative, moody . . . Peeves: Shy people, the color green, lots of makeup, girls who fight, beards, " fake " people, " adolescence! " . . . Favorites: Zeppelin. Bad Company, " p ' sketti + meatballs " . " I don ' t know " , the colors blue and black, " reality " Memories: " The Pits. " memories of the gang. " I ' ll never forget all the good times with Larry. " April 16. 1986 ... 1 love you Mom and Tom. thanks for your help and support, also thanks. Marci. my best friend. LAURIE BISHOP — Bish, Lau, Egg. Lawrence of Arabia . . . Favorites: Todd, cheering, dudy band. Room 7. Mr. Tapeworld. Hash Thursdays . . . Peeves: Not getting my own way. the rash, Randi ' s fits. " Now Steph? — Not yet! " . . Memories: 409 weekends, the spaceship, store 64. Camp Academy. " I don ' t wanna! " , my 4-eva friends . . . Randi — " I ' m all cried out — are you? . Steph. See ya in Walp ole! . . . Brian 4 2 92 (1 luv u!). 1 love you Mom, Dad. Suzie. and Eddie, thanks for everything. JEFF BOHN — Forgetful. Lazy . . . Peeves: Imports. Cans. Jungle music, yearbook write ups . . . Favorites: Aerosmith. Bugs Bunny, Blues Brothers, sleeping, playing guitar and drums, good times with Renee, money . . . Memories: Rafting with Colmanites, Jim Bob, Bob Jim . . . Good luck. Mike. Craig and friends . . . Love to Mom and Dad. MICHAELS. BENTO JACQUELINE BERKOWITZ LAURIE ANN BISHOP SCOTT BONCORDO 2 DAWN BONO MICHAEL BRADBURY DARREN BROWN TERRENCE BUGGS DENISE BOVA MATTHEW R. BRACKMAN DAWN BONO — Dawn . . . happy, friendly, lazy . . . Peeves: Mondays, waiting, jocks . . . Favorites: Pretenders, Zeppelin, Fridays . . . Memories: Good times with Taba, Anne, Kathy and Deedee, summer of ' 86 with julie, the Cape with Kathy ' 83, Vermont ' 85, " jerry, " memories of Billy P. and Donnelly M. ... To be happy and successful . . . Thanks, Mom and George, love ya. DENISE BOVA — Moody, sensitive, serious . . . Peeves: Friends that real- ly aren ' t . . . Favorites: " How will I know? " , five years of friendship with Ang. even more with Karen . . . Memories: Toronto ' 84, Washington ' 86. MATTHEW BRACKMAN — Matt . . . Friendly, humorous, easy-going . . . Peeves: Getting up early, cliques, cold weather . . . Memories: " Do it again, Celtics, " " Who ' s driving, " " Gonads, " " Bill the dead cat, " Sugarloaf, winter ' 85, ' 86, Junior Prom, Bentley . . . Med. school (hopefully), family, megabucks . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MICHAEL F. BRADBURY — Mike . . . friendly, easy-going, athletic . . . Peeves: Double sessions, smoking, Kim ' s smile, the deadly five . . . Favorites: Soccer, parties. Rice ' s Runs . . . Memories: Special times w |ill 5 10 86, swillen ' w Brian, Twin Celicas, kitty litter ... To be happy and successful . . . Thanks for everything. Mom and Dad. BUTCH BRIEN — Slick, Butch . . . Loud, easy-going, friendly . . . Peeves: Waiting in traffic, waiting at red lights, drinking warm buds, working at Roxies on Saturday mornings . . . Favorites: Golf team of ' 87, rush, AC-DC, being with the guys on the weekends, Tony ' s van with Tony, Dave, Mike, |eff . . . Memories: Dave ' s B-day at R.I. DARREN BROWN — Funny, easy-going, quiet . . . Peeves: Mondays, rainy and cold days . . . Favorites: Run DMC, cool, " my adidas, " whodini, " funky beat, " fugitive, pizza . . . Memories: 10 31 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad for everything. DIANNE BUCKLEY — Di . . . Gullible, broke, paranoid . . . Peeves: Warm waking, Mondays . . . favorites: Bottles, Triumph. Maiden, Judas Priest . . . Memories: Animal House, parting with them ... to become rich and happy. TERRENCE BUGGS — Terry, T . . . Moody, sarcastic, talkative . . . Peeves: Ignorance, prejudiced and two-faced people, stupid questions, " on the line, " no dough . . . Favorites: Run DMC, New Edition, B-ball, buggin bus rides, cracking, Car Palace, Cutlass and my house . . . Memories: D ' s house, parties, chillin ' at mall. Fall River " Freaks, " Concerts, " The Dirt, " Beatlox, " on the tip, " Home boys, New Year ' s Eve ' 84, ' 85, getting chased with Derek, 3 weeks at Derek ' s . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, Keith. CHRISTINE ANN BUNKER — Bunky . . . Sporadic, gregarious, unbalanc- ed .. . Peeves: Junior year, canoes, kettles . . . Memories: Feb. ski trip, summer ' 86, horseshoes, 7 4 86, Billy Joel 10 22 86, Fresh ' 84, " Radical, " Phil, Doonesbury, " ' The best laid plans of mice and men do often go awry " . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. •■a ■ ■■■ ■!■•■! ■!!! BUTCH BRIEN DIANNE BUCKLEY CHRISTINE A. BUNKER 23 DEANA MARIE BURKE DANA J. BUSBY JOHN EDWARD CAMARA LINDA CARLETON DEANA MARIE BURKE — Deana . . . Happy, friendly . . . Peeves: Waiting, muggis, the Stardust . . . Favorites; Tag Team Duo, Duke, special friend- ship M ' ith Elise . . . Memories: Beach Boys and Monkees, high fiven. Litter- boro, burkies, Saturn ' s rings, Horseneck, Oct. ' 85, Sugarloaf . . . Love and thanks to my family and friends. DANA ). BUSBY — Buzza, Little Buzzard . . . Flirtatious, sweet, funny . . . Peeves: Prejudiced people, big mouths, stuck-up girls . . . Favorites; Chillin ' with the crew, run DMC, bleechers, junk food, Charlette Apts . . . Memories: 10 8 86 being with Cindy. 3 9 86 Phil ' s house. Donnelly Morgan . . . Thanks. Mom and Dad. RENELLE A. CABRERA — Ren . . . Friendly, impatient, gullible . . . Peeves; Jenn ' s tissues, " spaz attacks, " waiting, goodbyes . . . Favorites: 11, funyuns, CYO, Boston . . . Kath-Gimmie two. lahdy . . . Memories: with the Chill, Ski of ' 86 . . . " wipeout! " , the " T " . our Sundays. " Imagine . . .. " Driver-ed with Mr. Berry, limos, josh 1-4 or more? ... Love and thanks to family and friends. JOHN E. CAMARA — Ted, Portugal, Loco . . . Peeves; Aerosmith concert, warm beers, working at Denny ' s, trying to wake up Murph. long rides to hockey practice, the Lame Spa . . . Favorites; Spot parties. Murph ' s room, swill team. Aerosmith, Denny ' s trailer, four years of hockey, camping. 5 9 86 . . . Memories: Good times with Susan, Murph, Drew, Lamey, Greeny . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad for putting up with me. CHERYL ANN CANTY — Cher. Shorty . . . Friendly, outgoing, sensitive . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, rainy days, snobs, broken promises, getting up early . . . Favorites; Italian food, " Heart, " " Flaming, " " You give love a bad name. " long walks, long weekends . . . Memories; Steven. 3 29 84, 7 11 84, 12 14 84, Riverdale, good times with Angela, Sharon and the gang . . . Marriage, children, happy life. LINDA JENNIFER CARLETON — Business-like, artistic . . . Peeves; Snobs, dirt . . . Favorites; Ring dings, pizza, football, basketball, fashion il- lustration, acting, " I hear ya. " " Say again. " " Control. " " All cried out, " dancing, drawing . . . Memories; 10 31 86. Halloween pigs, my driver ' s hcense 10 27 86. SYNNEVE CARLINO — Seeve. " Good, though. " Fields Park. Breakfast and. Reveille with Cathy and Karen. Green Harbor. Marching Band ' 86. Oklahoma ' 84. Annie ' 85, Hello Dolly ' 86, )azz Band ' 85, Philadelphia. Washington, E204 . . . Thanks, Mom and Bill. MICHAEL E. CARROLL — Mike. Snutz . . . Sarcastic, impatient . . . Peeves; Cutting weight, sprints, staying in. getting trapped in Gregg ' s house, parties. Mustang, ranking . . . Memories: Hampton Beach, driving around with Gregg. Brian. Craig, first licenses, hanging at the spa . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, Crissy and Tim. jULIE ANN CERASULO — |ules, |u lu . . . Talkative, sarcastic, giggly . . . Peeves: Geometry, gym. small locker, gum on chairs . . . Favorites; Pink, Pizza, diet coke, last hour Commons, lason . . . Memories: Rockhunl, " nice, " ski-trip ' 86, " The Chill. " student ID. 6 22 85. 4 28 84 . . . Thanks. Mom and Dad. I love you both very much. CHERYL ANN CANTY SYNNEVE OLENA CARLINO JULIE CERASULO BARBARA J. CEVEN ANNMARIE COLANINNO ANN M. CHAPLAIN GREGG S. CLICKSTEIN BARBARA J. CEVEN — Barb(s), Wire, Barbsie . . . Sarcastic, gutsy, impa- tient . . . Peeves: Waiting, busy signals, curfews, finding out I can ' t go to Hampton, being grounded . . . Favorites: Corvettes, Hampton, Wareham, talks with Kelfi, Italians, Daytona Bound 87 . . . Memories: spring and winter track ' 85 with Mon, Sue, and Brian, Spa parking lot, Jr. Prom with Steve, Rick L . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ANN MARIE CHAPLAIN — Annie . . . Sensitive, moody, crazy . . . Peeves; Mondays, rainy days, nothing to do, people who think they ' re it, friends that aren ' t, 5 15 85 . . . Favorites: Good friends, " Get outa town, " " Born to be wild, " Bub, " Just like your aunt, " " Park View, " Great times with Kim . . . Memories: Special memories and best times with Donnie 81-85 ... To be successful, live the wild life . . . Lots of love to Eileen, Bob, Heather, and Brian. GREG CLICKSTEIN — Stein . . . Peeves: Living live by an alarm clock, cruisin ' on empty, destination unknown . . . Favorites: ' 67 Chevy, freshman football, racing down 139 with Hendrix . . . Memories: Hampton ' 86, times with the guys, nights at the spa . . . thanks, Mom, Dad, and Kim. DONNA M. COCHRANE — Favorites: Blue, " Broken Wings, " Latin, Psychology . . . Memories: Being the friendliest . . . nursing in maternity ward . . . Thanks to all my teachers and family. JILL COHEN — Swill . . . Easy-going, friendly, gullible . . . Peeves: " Seniors on the line, " Kim ' s " check-list, " secrets, the deadly 5, fighting, driving with Brian . . . Favorites: Field hockey, McDonald ' s, " Myrna " . . . Memories: The mob, baby face, prom party, dinners with the girls, special times with Mike 5 10 86, summers with Shira, sleepovers at Susan ' s . . . the duo ... A 4-eva friendship with Kim, Cheryl, and Susan, twin Celicas! . . . Lots of love. Mom, Dad, and Stacey . . . Thanks for everything. JONATHAN M. COHEN — Conan, Moto, Huge . . . Sarcastic, rough, positive . . . Peeves: Sled dogs, lame nights, rats, head games, people who don ' t return calls, grazing, all talk no action, the one that got away . . . Favorites: Rush, " red barchetta, " the van, my 2nd sis Kim, " you love that, " the " four year handshake, " different one every weekend, the quest. U2 . . . Memories: surfing, summer of ' 86, " the crew, " Vincents, spot par- ties . . . time flies . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. RANDY COHEN — Drew, Moto, Tyrone . . . Woody, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Patrolling, morning practices, fake people, grazing . . . Favorites: hockey bus rides, Floyd, Mur Maco rides with Ted, regular guy group . . . Memories: Good times with Murph and Ted, concerts with Keana, spot parties. Summer ' 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ANNMARIE COLANINNO — Ann, Janet . . . Friendly, sensitive, in- decisive . . . Peeves: Busy phones, the rain . . . Favorites: Italian and Chinese food, " Friends Lovers, " times spent with friends . . . Memories: ' 85 Winter Dance, 8 10 86, 10 12 86, 4 12 86, Jr. Prom, friendship with Doug, Mar, Kel, Nor . . . thanks for everything. Mom and Dad, I love you. LAURA COLANINNO — Lau . . . Quiet, funny, sensitive . . . Peeves: children ' s menus, cliques, " She ' s a senior!? " . . . Favorites: Chinese food, going out with the girls, " Heaven in your eyes " . . . Memories: ' 85 Winter Dance, 4 12 86, great times with friends . . . Love and thanks to my sister and friend Annmarie, to Mom, Dad, family, and friends. JILL COHEN RANDY L. COHEN LAURA COLANINNO 25 PHILIP M. COSTA ERIN CROWLEY WILLIAM BERNARD DAVISON JR. DAVID COOK MARNIE ILANA COOK DAVID C. COOK — Cookie . . . Sarcastic, moody . . . Peeves: Boring weekends, bad attitudes, working Saturday mornings, bad backs . . . Favorites: Gymnastics, kips, calzones, the white van . . . Memories: Birth- day in Rhode Island, camping at Myles Standish Park, camping in Maine, MARNIE ILANA COOK — Marnilan, Marnila, Mic, Min . . . Crazy, sen- sitive, friendly . . . Peeves: Two-faced people, Colorado goodbyes, broken promises, lies, losing friends . . . Favorites: " We love it, " " I know, " a piece of the old Spa, 9 7 85, the way it used to be . . . Memories: New Year ' s Eve with Al and Jon, sweet 16, ' 83, ' 85, Lassie . . . learn to forgive . . . Thanx for everything . . . Love and Thanx to Mom, Dad, and Da. LINDA COOMBES — Ish, Oops . . . Late night party-goer, funny . . . Peeves: Going to work, getting up early, going home from a party . . . Favorites: Bon Jovi, Prince, Boston, warm-cuddleys . . . Memories: Quincy Market ' 85, Jon summer ' 86, Bon Jovi concert . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad. . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. PHIL M. COSTA — Felipe . . . Funny, wild, sociable . . . Peeves: Slow drivers, rainy weekends, cold mornings . . . Memories: Road runner, Worcester ' 86, the bird . . . Favorites: Boston, lost roads, good times with Chris, Sean, Donny, Tom, Mike and Grubby . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Uncle Dave, my brother, and all my friends. ADELINA MARIE COSTA — Lina, Lee . . . Sensitive, loud, moody . . . Peeves: rusty, muggis, syblings, light poles . . . Favorites: The boys. Dales, bunks, Stardust, The Monkees ' concert, " It ' s only money, " " Charolette, " " stuff, " Chris, " Riunite " . . . Memories: Best of times with Chris, 8 4 85, 9 1 85, 10 85, Ca. " 85f, " Good luck, Maria and julie . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ERIN CROWLEY — Erin . . . Friendly, giggley, lazy . . . Peeves: Getting up, waiting, no money, ignorant people, school . . . Favorites: Eating, sleeping, weekends, bud, Aerosmith, 10 6 86 . . . Memories: Randolph, party van. New Year ' s Eve ' 84, summer ' 85, woodsies, good time with Tina . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. ROSEMARY CURTIS — Rose, Rosie, Ro . . . Friendly, moody, outgoing . . . Peeves: being interrupted, infatuation, making decisions . . . Favorites: Good times with Eddie, Papa Ginos, " the crazy red head, " clocks that read 8:29, chats with Cathy . . . Memories: 1 24 84, the brown pinto, 222 in N.H., " it ' s his fault! " Singing in the rain, " " the night ride, " all-nighters and " the Colman Zone, " . . . Thanks to family and friends, I love you Mom and Dad. WILLIAM B. DAVISON JR. — Wil, Billy . . . Shy, quiet, moody . . . Peeves: Prejudiced people, waiting, rain . . . Favorites: New Edition, cheeseburgers, swimming . . . Memories: Hanging with the crew, the chase, Danielle, talks with Shirley, Boopa — 10 26 83, Natalie, Com- mons with Deb, " Come on, now " Jo-Io . . . Thank you. Mom and Dad, I love you. LINDA M. COOMBES ADELINA MARIE COSTA ROSE CURTIS THOMAS J. DAY 26 ANGELA LISA DeNAPOLI PATRICK J. DOHERTY PATRICK DONNELLY RICHARD F. DOYLE STEVE DiGLORIA MICHAEL DOHERTY ANGELA LISA DeNAPOLI — Angelo, Angie, Sib . . . Friendly, moody . . . Peeves: getting up early, car accidents, the " green bomber " . . . Favorites: loe, 7 27 86, gum, " It ' s " nice to see . . . " Paradise by the dashboard lights, " " Uncle Peetie, " Johanna . . . Memories: Junior Prom, sweet 16, " the hitch-hikers, " Butch 7 3 85, 11 9 85, " roily polly in the fort " ... I miss you Billy . . . My love to Sonny, family, and friends. STEVE DiGLORIA — Unpredictable, rowdy, determined . . . Peeves: Kiss-108, growing old, wasted time . . . Favorites: Judas Priest, Dio rocks, saxon, Coors, Dominos, being loud, jam out, party, go for it . . . Memories: 6 13 83, Jamming on my drum kit, 10 2 85 ... It flew by faster than I thought ... I couldn ' t have done it without you. Mom. MICHAE L DOHERTY — Mike . . . Peeves: Rain, buses, boohogs . . . Favorites: Bud, " glugin with the guys, " " broad night, " skating . . . Memories: " Being the old man, " football with the hoods, windrift, special times with Julie, 1 24 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. PATRICK J. DOHERTY — Pat, Packy . . . Impatient, quiet, lazy . . . Peeves: Mornings, 8:00 to 2:09, Mondays, no money . . . AC DC, 9 18 86, the old red and whites, gluggin ' with the guys, 4th of July ' 86, windrift, " The Old Man, " special times with Michelle, 11 9 85, 6 24 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. PATRICK DONNELLY — Pat, Mess . . . Obnoxious, friendly . . . Peeves: " On the line, " " 5 more minutes, " rats . . , Favorites: Springsteen, " The Nova, " football, skiing . . . Memories: Christa ' s friendship, 4-yrs. football, 18-yrs. friendship w Bonesy ... I love you. Mom and Dad. WILLIAM DONOGHUE — Duke, Skip . . . Friendly, sarcastic, funny . . . Peeves: " On the line " . . . Favorites: All dressed up and no place to go, Denis . . . Memories: Junior Prom, New Year ' s ' 86, baseball, the Spa, the Celtics . . . Thanks, Mom, hello. RICHARD F. DOYLE — Rich, Dick . . . Loud, friendly, moody . . . Peeves: Road pizzas, people who nag . . . Favorites: Baseball, basketball, Mohawks, RUN-DMC . . . Memories: Miami with Dave, New Year ' s ' 85, The Beach, 3 6 86, Special times with Allisa . . . Times with Dad always special! ... I Love you Mom, thanks for your support. MELISSA M. DUGAN — Missy . . . Baffled, what? . . . Peeves: Rainy days, being serious, goodbyes . . . Favorites: Ice cream, beaches at night, happy meals, Kayleigh, Summer ' 86, sticks, little-bit . . . Memories: Shot put crew ' 86, weeks with Michelle, Fields Park in the rain. Flamingo kids, crazy 4-u, Tom Petty 2, Billy Joel 10 22 86, crazy glue, diggin ' for gold, Queechy Gorge . . . Love to family and friends . . . see ya . . . MICHAEL DOMINICO WILLIAM J. (DUKE) DONOGHUE MELISSA M. DUGAN 27 !!!f !■■!!!■!!!■!■■■■■■■■■ SUSAN A. ERICKSON PATRICE FARRELL LISA FAUST CYNTHIA DYKES TERI EARLE CINDY DYKES — Cindra, Cin . . . Hyper, cheerful, confused . . . Peeves: Small talk, being broke, track . . . Favorites; Celts, benchin ' with Budster, The Shell, Mentos with Ren, doublin ' with Tricky, Prince, and Amy, Coen . . . Memories: Swim team, very nites, Litterboro, Ludwik, 12, Cybilling, Max My Forever Friend ... To be successful . . . Thanks, Mom. Dad, and Danny. TERRI EARLE — T.E., Earlsta . . . Easygoing, paranoid, silly . . . Peeves: Old men with hats, " I ' m not mad, " Westwood fads . . . Favorites: Boston, Howled out. Bud, no work on weekends . . . Memories: 4 13 86, Nuthouse 5 29 86, the Cape with Russell . . . Miss ya. Bill . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad for putting up with me. ROSE-MARIE ANGELO KOUTREY EDWARDS — Rose, Esor, Mocha . . . Moody, hyper, spirited . . . Peeves: The word " black, " school buses, peo- ple that think they know it all, friends that aren ' t, prejudice . . . Favorites: House of Prayer 5, show choir, soccer, ' Taith is the substance of things hoped for the audience of things not seen " . . . Memories: 10 2 83- 11 6 84, special memories of Jerry, meeting the new gang at show choir camp, my godson . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, Toni, Mapearl and special friends. RANDI ELASOWICH — Randall, Randi, Brandy . . . Giggly, friendly, gulli- ble . . . Peeves: " Seniors on the line, " peach! " Rrrrandi, " boring weekends, Loui ' s fits . . . Favorites: Hyannis, Rick Springfield, field hockey, Ames Pond, a full coke cup ... Memories: " What ' s caps?? " 12 31 85, Camp Academy, the space ship, Steph-409 weekends, chicken rings . . . Laurie, thanks for everything . . . My best friends forever . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. SUSAN A. ERICKSON — Sue B-40, Suzie-Q . . . Loud, outgoing, social . . . Peeves: Diet Coke, blowoffs, cultville, guess what? Lip-synching, bathrooms . . . Favorites: Chuck, Cheering, Skiing NH, Big Mac, Eurythmics, Saabs, How do you figure? Nice! No lie, ya-hoo! . . . Memories: D-Dubs w gang, 9 22, 10 27, always and forever, times with Stefan, Jo-B, talks w Bert, all you can eat, )udd w 2 d ' s, rear-view mirror . . . Thanks and love to Mom, Dad, Ma and Pop L, Robby and Steven. PATRICE FARRELL — TC . . . Tall, friendly . . . Peeves: Freckles, phones, ignorance . . . Favorites: Giraffes, David Lee Roth, the Monkees, " Hey Vern! " " What are we, meatloaf? " " Infinity " . . . Memories: Bermuda w Shelley 5 22 86, Florida w Mary 2 20 83, Washington w Peter 5 2 86, the Circle ' 83 . . . College, travel and " have a good time " . . . Hang in there, Laura! . . . Much love to family and friends. JOSEPH FASANO — JOE . . . Quiet, shy, melodramatic . . . Peeves: New cut policy, closing . . . Memories: Gunning ' s, Art ' s house, concerts with the guys, " Dirty Dog, " " Beggar, " " Starver " . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad. LISA M. FAUST — Lisa, Lis, Feisty . . . Loud, friendly, impatient . . . Peeves: waiting, spiders, Sunday nights, the mile . . . Favorites: Freshman year, diet Coke, m m ' s, junk food! . . . Memories: Good times w Rose, bla, bla, bla, (know whatta mean?), " singing in the rain, " (that day in Boston), field hockey, the Colman Zone, " obviously, " " I ' m so cold, " Martha ' s Vineyard, concerts w Cheryl and Mim, terryaki in the car . . . Brian, I love you 3 23 84 . . . Lots of love and thanks to Mom, Dad, family and friends. RANDI ELASOWICH KEVIN M. FARRELL JOSEPH FASANO PAUL FAY 28 AMY FISCHER THOMAS J. FOSTER DAVID S. FOX PETER FREEDMAN CHRISTINE A. FOGARTY AMY L. FOSTER AMY FISCHER — Fish . . . Loud, outgoing, moody . . . Favorites: Triumph, Aerosmith, Spa Pizza, the guys . . . Peeves: Warm beer, not enough time, no parties, boring people . . . Memories: good times w friends, Nov. ' 85, Grenada, Summer ' 84, April ' 83, 10 31 85 . . . Plans: To win Megabucks and have it all . . . Thanks, Mom. CHRISTINE FOGARTY — Chris, Fogo . . . Insecure, friendly, athletic . . . Peeves: Defensive corners, waiting, gassers, goodbyes . . . Favorites: Field hockey, Billy Idol, summer, parties, food, Mr. I . . . Memories: The Gang, NH weekend (3 1-3 3 ' 85), Dunfey ' s ' 85, the Spa, the Cape, junior prom, Jill ' s house, special times with Brian . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. AMY LOUISE FOSTER — Fagster, Owl . . . Moody, blunt, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Busy phones, McD ' s, late people . . . Favorites: Police, U2, my bukka, bullfrogs, white tigers, late nights with friends . . . Memories: 11 28 85, 6 27 86, Nantasket ' 86, VERY nights, NFC ' 84- ' 85, Field hockey 83-86, CYO ski trips, NH ' 86 — " 4 hrs. " . " Jeffy Weffies, " " know what I ' m saying " , discus injury, getting lost, " your jackets too small, " " Ex- cuse me? " ... I love you, Lar . . . I ' ll miss ya Coen (who cares?) . . . college bound . . . thanks and love to Ma and Dad, 6 finally made it! THOMAS ). FOSTER — Tom, Benny, Allen . . . Lazy, frugal, easygoing . . . Peeves: Not knowing what time it is, having no money . . . Favorites: Fri- day nights, jazz band, " no need, " " I ' ll never understand you, " " My car is trashed " . . . Memories: Toronto, Washington, good times with Jimmy, John, Phil, Fred, Sue, and ' McOO ' ... To be very, very rich . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. AARON D. FOX — Rambo, Aaronbo . . . Peeves: The Doc, pigs, rappin ' , zipperhead . . . Favorites: Heavy metal, the hasslemobile, " right on, " " Oh now, " vuja de, big bottom . . . Memories: Toronto ' 84, Philadelphia ' 85, Wash DC ' 86, jazz band, I forget the rest . . . Yo. Ma and Dad, thanks. JANA LEE FREEDMAN — " | " . . . Talkative, stubborn, impatient, sen- sitive . . . Peeves: Liars, waiting, mornings, getting told what to do . . . Favorites: D. L. Roth, Spa pizza, potato chips, back rubs, fuchsia, cosmetology . . . Memories: Good times with Holly, Caroline, Gina, 15-21, Town Spa, vacations with Yolt, slap-happy with Caroline, junior prom, special memories with Paul, 11 12 84, 12 10 84 ... I love you, always. Mom and Dad. PETER FREEDMAN — Fred, Boing . . . Crazy, funny . . . Peeves: Mask squeezes . . . Favorites: Zimbabwe, Les Paul customs, Peavey amps. Rush, Triumph, Spinal Tap . . . Memories: Scuba diving with Mike and Jamie, Luau ' 86, Shazam day. " You are my sunshine, " kill me birds . . . " Thank you. Mom and Dad. AARON D. FOX JANA LEE PREEDMAN PAUL FRISOLI 29 HELENA GARCIA PETER GATES ROBERT GIANNI NEIL GABRIEL CHERYL ANNE GAGNON LYSA MARIE FULLERTON — Lee, Headbanger, Jake . . . Moody, sen- sitive, crazy . . . Peeves: Phones that ring more than twice, fake friends, no destination . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Dokken, Triumph, guys with long hair, good budmusic . . . Memories: Meeting Dokken, Steve Tyler and Bon lovi, good times with Mike D ' Angelico, Lisa at Great Woods, miss you Bil- ly, " You see what I ' m saying? " , Brockton guys ... To be successful in a rock-n-roll band . . . Thanks tor everything Mom and Dad. NEIL GABRIEL — Moody Blues . . . Moody, gung-ho, fidgety, beach bum . . . Peeves: People who aren ' t on time, those who tell me how to act . . . Favorites: Nantasket, the beach, water skiing, fun in the sun, pizza . . . Memories: The summers, weekend ' gettogethers ' ... To be as rich as possible . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. CHERYL GAGNON — Cheryl, Che ... Happy, talkative, gullible . . . Peeves: Getting up in the morning. Bad Hair, geometry . . . Favorites: Good Hair, " Hey Vern " . . . Memories: " And he ' s at the door, " Pat Benetor 3 1 86 w Michelle, Mim, and Patrice, The Monkees 9 26 86 w Lisa. Brian, Mim, and Patrice . . . Love and thanks to all you guys. Mom, Dad, and family. GINA E. GANGITANO — Gene, G, G-squared, Gange . . . Friendly, easy- going, sensitive . . . Peeves: Waiting, no parties, rainy days, cliques, liars . . . Favorites: Led Zep, Boston, Aerosmith, eating. Bud, Tequila, sleeping til 11 p.m. ... Memories: Good times with Gina, Pam, |ana, Sharon, Leanne, Boston, NH Fla ' 86, Canada, Aerosmith ' 86. skiing 1 30 86. sum- mer ' 86, Spa, Golden Palace " rice, " Dunkins, 7 4 86 . . . college, make a lot of money . . . Lots of love and thanks to my Mom and Dad. HELENA GARCIA — Lena . . . Talkative, friendly, easygoing . . . Peeves: Snobs, liars, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Julio Iglesias, lobster, soccer, stuffed animals, " really! " . . . Memories: Summer of ' 86, soccer . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you all. NELSON GARCIA — Friendly, talkative . . . Peeves: English tests every Friday, coming to school Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Dancing in a group (Guventude Acoriana) . . . Memories: July 5-6, camping on the beach . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. CRAIG GEROME — Snake . . . Seclusive, peevish, compulsive . . . Peeves: Fads and those who follow, Sundays, people who don ' t understand me . . . Favorites: Give that man a Slim Jim, Biff Rift, M.A.S.H., BU and Red Sox games ' 86, the Rig, the Canadian Odyssey? . . . Memories: Van Halen t- shirt, horses, G-rock . . . All my memories with Tracy . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad . . . " All I want is to have my peace of mind. " ROBERT GIANNI — Baseball, golf. Stoyac basketbal l, skiing . . . The swill team, going to Aspen, Horse, Ed Kid, Sweets, Dad ' s Schlitz, Steve Miller Band, The Eagles, The Police, lobster, fried clams, the old Spa ... to be rich without working much, but take one day at a time . . . 5. GINA E. GANGITANO NELSON F. GARCIA CRAIG T. GEROME LORRAINE G. GIANNINI 30 ALLISA P. GILL LORI GIROUX JAYL. GILL ELLEN MARIE GILLIS DEBBI SUE GOLDMAN ALLISA GILL — Lisa, Spike, Fish . . . Friendly, sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: Moving, late people, Mohawks . . . Favorites: Bob Segar, Chinese food . . . Memories: Returning my junior year, Rte 138 talks, the gang, Florida ' 86, locked out and no where to go, the Beach, special times w Rich 3 6 86 . . . Mom and Kelly, thanks for putting up w me, I love you. JAY L. GILL — Jagle, JB, Ninj . . . Loyal, trustworthy, neutral . . . Peeves: Loud music, arrogance, cliques, getting hit off the back of the head, em- barrassment . . . Favorites: " Bard " music, mellow times, " You go first! " " What do ya ' wanna do? " " Pizza again!?! " soccer, karate, " Eastside, " Humarock, Plymouth, Falmouth . . . Memories: Game at North Attleboro, tournament ' 86 . . . majoring in computer science . . . thanks to my family and friends . . . Ma, Dad, I love you. ELLEN MARIE GILLIS — El, Cybill . . . Sensitive, sarcastic, patient . . . Peeves: Cliques, E-hr studies, impatient people . . . Favorites: My friends, spring track, TV Seminar, feed the world, Consuela, NHS . . . Memories: B-lst, 10 12 86, Coen, " Ah, could you Uke . . . Oh, thank you! " A4th con- cussion, " Get a life, " Toronto, 8 10 86, Cin, Nor and Celts . . . college, study, be famous! . . . Love to friends . . . thank you, I love you, Mom, Dad, and family. LORRAINE A. GIROUX — Lori, Jamesy . . . Sensitive, impatient . . . Peeves: Waiting, one-leggers, goodbyes . . . Memories: The Firm 3 21 86, " satisfaction guaranteed, " the gang " Ace, " for sale signs, dirty deeds, all- nighters, Bobbsie twins . . . Special times with Gene, 1 18 86, 5 9 86 windrift, 7 4 86 " Happy to be stuck with you " . . . Thanks, Dad. KRISTINE GLEASON — Sunshine, Betty, Helen, Bone Picker, Sabrina . . . Peeves: People who say they love you, but don ' t, the senior clique . . . Favorites: Neil Diamond, CYO, camp. Gold Award, Brady mobile. Opus . . . Memories: Spa keys, group bag, 2 14 86, Starlight, South beach, band, gallows pond, long distance friends, good times with the bank . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, Jan and Kathy, you ' re next, Mike, I am catching up!! MICHAEL J. GLEASON — Mike . . . Easygoing, witty, procrastinating . . . Peeves: Chem II, sunglasses indoors, rats, " My turn " . . . Favorites: Word problems, tennis, skiing, " Don ' t worry about it " . . . Memories: " The one doored mad Nova, " Summer ' 86 at the beach, great times with Suzanne, 1 24 86 . . . college and tennis . . . Thanks, Mom. SHARYN M. GOLDEN — Sharyn, Sha, Toots, Mouth . . . Smiley, friendly, loud . . . Peeves: Getting up early, two-faced people . . . Favorites: Being w family and friends. Bruins . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, sisters, friends, especially Walshie and Cheryl P. DEBBI GOLDMAN — Deb . . . Easygoing, talkative . . . Peeves: " My hero, " lies, mistakes . . . Favorites: " The Boss, " chocolate, " We don ' t have to, " " I ' m bigger than you are! " Town Spa, Queen A, " Oops " . . . Memories: Summer ' 86, Labor Day, July 4th, " double packed, " 7 20 86, 11:59? . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, Marc and Risa. JULIE GOLDMAN — Jules . . . Peeves: Lies, mornings, " Seniors, line up on the line " . . . Favorites: Field hockey, Boston, skiing . . . Memories: The gang, Kim, frisbee with Ker, Fogo ' s Cape house, NH weekend, " What ' s up? " VI. week, Florida ' 86. special times w Mike, 1 24 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, thanks for being there, Risa. KRISTINE GLEASON SHARYN M. GOLDEN JULIE GOLDMAN 31 LINDA HELENE GROPMAN KAREN GUNN LIONEL C. HALL CINDY ALLISON GOLDSTEIN JULIE GORMAN CINDY ALLISON GOLDSTEIN — Cindabells . . . Peeves: Monday morn- ing on a full week at school, end of summer . . . Favorites: " Dream On, " Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin . . . Memories: 8 84, 85, 86, Cape w Michelle and Ida, weekends with friends forever . . . Thank you guys for always be- ing there. JULIE GORMAN — Jewels, Dummy . . . Gullible, daffy, funny . . . Peeves: Mondays, rainy nights, busy signals, getting sessions . . . Favorites: Going to parties with friends, going out with David, Led Zeppelin, cruisin ' , hav- ing a good time . . . Memories: Good times with Dawn, Amy, Eric, especially David . . . The snowball car with Dawn, good times in B-3 with Linda . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad for helping me through my years, I love you!! MICHELLE GREENBURG — Micki, Mich, Shell . . . Sarcastic, sensitive, crazy . . . Peeves: People that aren ' t, material products, new spa, traffic, trying to understand, Mondays, last hr. Friday . . . Favorites: " Boston, " B ' 52s, old gang, 3 musketeers, time w Gary, Brian ' s knees, " I think ya know what I means " . . . Memories: Gary 1 23 86 always, Peabody High, freshman yr., the way it used to be, talks w Karen . . . Thanks to family and Gary, I love you all. LINDA HELENE GROPMAN — Lind, Brute , . . " Hello, How are ya? . . . Feb. ' 84, Camp Yomama, shotput crew ' 86, 11:59 . . . Crazy glue, " Rainy day schedule, " red red wine, " Flamingo Kids, " " It was this big, no lie. " 8 4, 6 20, 8 16, " Bagels rule " . . . Pool hoppin ' , " bleeding profusely. " trashbags and trenchcoats. Pats games, joy barrels, " Like no other nights! " . . . Boat rides with Eric . . . Love always to my family and friend. Kenny " With you all the way! " MIKE GUERRERA — Gumby . . . Outgoing, rowdy . . . Peeves: Homework, swimming practice, Mondays . . . Favorites: MYF, Drum Corps, band, Phil Collins, Top Gun, flying, skiing, soccer, swimming, driving. " Chill, " " How ' s it goin ' ? " . . . Memories: Girls, Drum Corps shows, breaking, Med- ford, swimming " champs. " ski trips. England, Florida, cross country trip . . . College, become a pilot . . . Thanks, Dad, Cherylanne, Mom and Andy. KAREN GUNN — Sensitive, cheerful, friendly . . . Peeves: rainy morn- ings, alarm clocks, impatient people . . . Favorites: Scott 1 18 86, Drill team, " Oklahoma. " " Annie. " " Hello. Dolly " Chicago 17, trips to Boston. " Oh, well! " . . . Memories: Toronto ' 84. band camp. " Good though! " . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad and Family, good luck everyone! MARK GUTTENBERGER — Cautious, adventurous, spontaneous, caring . . . Peeves: Being undecided, labeling . . . Favorites: Hanging with friends, long trips, sports, friends in school . . . Thanks to the whole class, good luck! Love you. Mom, Dad, and Toast . . . P.S. I made it!! LIONEL C. HALL — Stubborn, strong-willed, quiet . . . Peeves: Spanish, snobs, liars, practice . . . Favorites: Cross-country, track and field, shooting. Full Force, basketball after school, " You be illin ' " . . . college, military, fighter pilot. KAREN HAMPE — Hampa . . . Wicked confused . . . Peeves: Pretty boys, green eye shadow, hairy toes . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Mr. Flynn ' s class, ice cream, Peewee Herman, the ocean, Fritos . . . Memories: 10 28 85. Prom ' 85, Halloween run, freshman year, )ackie, Sarah and Sean . . . Thanks to family, friends, and |oe. MICHELLE LINN GREENBERG I MIKE GUERRERA MARK I GUTTENBERGER ' KAREN HAMPE 32 TODD HANDEL CHRIS HARRINGTON GERRY HATCH ELIZABETH ANN HERN LAURA HARDIMAN GINA HARDY TODD E. HANDEL — Adventurous, calm . . . Peeves: " The mellow mood, " The T, cops, slow drivers, bank stories, SAT ' s, Prince, tests . . . Favorites: B-ball, traveling, skiing. Sat. nights, playing w your mind, driv- ing fast, airplanes, F-14, flying. Top Gun, Star Wars, Yoda, sacar photos, Dave Letterman, Ernest Worrell . . . Memories: Boston, fluffy, The Mad Mazda, " " Who ' s driving?! " " pyfotmty " " right, " " I ' m huge, " " uh o, " " yea " . . . Become a pilot . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and Kim. LAURA MARIE HARDIMAN — Lau . . . Sensitive, crazy, ticklish . . . Peeves: Broken promises, long distant relationships, fingernails, lies, goodbyes, broken friendships . . . Favorites: Celts, black babies, cruisin ' w Marn Ilan, the " real " Spa, Boodle, " Open Arms, " " We love it, " night games, roses, summer ' 84, homeroom w Beth, proms, AmStudies, sweet 16 ' s . . . Dan finally 8 26 86! . . . Thanks for being there, best buddies! . . . Love and thanks to all friends and family. Mom and Dad. GINA M. HARDY — Jana, TMT . . . giddy . . . Peeves: Waiting, lip- synching, 9 2 86, display, that noise . . . Favorites: Cupcakes, my buddy, freshmen, cheering with Di and Gail, moos " our little family, Scibos . . . Memories: Little Nana, Howie ya been, white-hooded sweatshirts, Hamp- ton, " Olivia and Alex, " beach talks, Bragg Ave., snails, emerald rings and plungers, paper roses, 9 27 86 . . . Love and thanks. Mom and Dad, family and friends. CHRIS HARRINGTON — Chris, Harr, Harry, Hag . . . Peeves: Waiting, the rims uncooked pizza, the Toyota ... Favorites: 2 14 -2 16 Edmonton, GWU weekends, band trips, Lamborgini Countacn, soup of the day . . . Memories: Chocolate cow, Aerosmith, what?! . . . Times with Lisa, jazz band, Yamaha YT552 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, the Stavin, Meg. LAURIE JEAN HASLAM — Morris, Miss Laughs, Giggles . . . Silly, moody, friendly, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeves: Cliques, liars, Mondays . . . Favorites: Bryan Adams, Aerosmith, " Dream on, " gymnastics . . . Memories: Powderpuff, " No, I don ' t want to eat that red apple, " " Ker- mie, " " Bon-Bon, " ' Toronto ' 84, Washington ' 86, good times with friends . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and Danny. GERARD HATCH — Gerry Favorites: Motley Crue, Dio, mechanic. . . Loud, crazy . . . Peeves: ' Mad Monti, " " The Fort " School . . . to be CORINNE HERLIHY — Cori, Miss Calc . . squirt guns, cosey ' s couch, Mierc ' s worry . . Joel, B-ball, 15, Tuck, Brady, field hockey 1, and Ace . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. . Ties, the mile, deadlines. . Friends, Sue ' s b-day, Billy " very nice " . . . Camps: Fogo ELIZABETH ANN HERN — Beth, Beth-Ann, Buff . . . Sensitive, caring . . . 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HOLMES MARC BRONSDON HOLMES SUSAN A. HOWLEY CAROLINE HILL STEPHANIE HOFFMAN CAROLINE ELIZABETH HILL — Sensitive, quiet, lazy . . . Peeves: Being called Carol, two-faced people, mornings . . . Favorites: D. L. Roth, gold, Kitty, popcorn . . . Memories: Kings Hill, old Spa, camping, good times with Michelle, Lisa, Robin, slap-happy with Jana . . . Love and thanks to you. Mom. STEPHANIE HOFFMAN — Steph, Stephmobile, Feefe, MTV , . . Friendly, lazy, gullible . . . Peeves: Boys w girlfriends, 2-2-1, good-byes, boring weekends . . . Favs: Mark, Hyannis, cheering, spa. Hash Thursdays, 409 weekends, younger guys, my answering machine, lobster . . . Memories: " The best one was . . . " , Hubage, Calcools, " You don ' t like me today — do you? " . . . The spaceship, skeemin ' w Ianell and the vice, " I miss you " . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Judd and family, I love you. SUSAN HOLLANDER — Sue, Susie, Rosey . . . Happy-go-lucky, gullible, sensitive . . . Peeves: busy phones, decisions, essays, blue vans, goodbyes . . . Favorites: my blue shirt, the Spa, Laurie ' s dudy band, parties, peanut butter . . . Memories: California with Eileen, The Spot, always seeing Kerry, The Sharon boys, egg, Florida ' 86. early Thursdays, 409 weekends, Hyannis, 9 27 86, " . . . and we ' re Sue! " . . . Lots of love to friends and family. KAREN E. HOLMES — Holmesy . . . Moody, athletic, loud . . . Peeves: Losers, broken field hockey sticks, Mr. Mark ' s lectures, Sunday morning practices . . . Favorites: talks with Kim. 3 years with Mr. Coen, weekends . . . Memories: Mrs. Dawe ' s wedding, " Pattie, Maxine, Laverne. " Concerts with Chris, field hockey. Softball, basketball, good times with Kim and Kim . . . " Who cares! " . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, love ya. KIMBERLY A. HOLMES — Kim . . . Gullible . . . talkative, moody . . . Peeves: Waiting, stop signs, getting caught . . . Favorites: Roses, talks with Karen, times spent with Paul. Wesh with Leslie . . . Memories: fun times with Karen and Kim, Poker us 4. the gas station, to the grave, the car wash, you know . . . thanks. Mom and Dad, I love you. MARC BRONSDON HOLMES — Marc . . . Tenacious, open minded . . . Peeves: Tote stadts, perfectionists, sideburns. 70 ' s music, bratty kids . . . Favorites: Hampton, " eestew " days, lasagna, holiday pay, 23 Spaulding . . . Memories: Hartnett ' s class, " Best thing since sliced bread, " 9 1 84, 6 30 85, cake week, Scituate High school. Hockey in town, my old house(s), Saturday ' s gab sessions, night crew with Nicole and Tory . . . Thanks Mom, Kim and Bill. BONNIE MARIE HOOD — Bon-Bon . . . Friendly, caring, cheery . . . Peeves: Liars, Mondays, cliques . . . Favorites: Pizza, [ourney " still they ride, " " Do I care? " . . . Memories: Piggy, powderpuff, " Reron, " " eat that red apple, " . . . " morris, " good times with friends, " Angie, " " Ju-ju, " . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad, Nana. Susan and John for making me do my homework . . . Plans to have a long successful life. SUSAN A. HOWLEY — Sue . . . Gullible, happy . . . Peeves: 8:00 a.m. -2:09 p.m. Mon.-Fri. . . . Memories: Sebago ' 86. California ' 86 ... 3 fun years at Southeastern with Debbie, especially junior year. (I miss ya Deb!), crazy times with Katie . . . Just a few more years to go . . . It ' s your turn. Jennifer and Julie, have fun. JONATHAN T. HUBLER — Huppe; Hubba . . . Friendly, relaxed. op|i- nionated . . . Peeves: Mondays, police, appendix, deep water, " porcelain god, " flats, warm reeb. Ft. Lauderdale, " It ' s cool. " next morning, freshmen, work . . . Favorites: the " site, " Pats games. The " group, " Boston runs. U2, island. Gibbons, " Leisure Rules, " Di ' s card, firefly catching, Nicks, Breakfast Club, backyard sports . . . Memories: Craigsville, Nor- mandy, Mass, New Years in Boston. 7 10 86. Spa Incident . . . Thanks to Mom, family, and friends. SUSAN J. HOLLANDER KIMBERLY ANN HOLMES I BONNIE MARIE HOOD JONATHAN T. HUBLER 34 MICHAEL J. JAR VIS KERRY JENNINGS MICHAEL J. JARVIS — Cookie . . . Unique, artistic, talkative . . . Peeves: Anti-rat groups. Motley Crue, friends that aren ' t . . . Favorites: AC-DC, Iron Maiden, Highway to Hell, wasted games, skiing, drummin . . . Memories: U-Mass 17-19, Rowlfe-Ahh!, Concerts, Austria, interesting . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, Sharyn and Lauren. KERRY JENNINGS — Ke(r), Keg, Kerzo . . . Happy-go-lucky . . . Peeves: Robin ' s bladder, waiting for Heidi, math . . . Favs: Skating, the real Spa, Boston, the Celts, The beach, Coen, skiing, Brady, the frisbee w Jules . . . Memories: the Gang, singin ' Paradise, papaya punch and the capt., " one of those nights, " " I ' m so cute! " , mad donuts, the 3 musketeers, to be rich and famous . . . Thanks Chris, Keith, Mom and Dad ... I love you. JUDI JUSKEWICZ — Judi . . . Unpredictable, outgoing . . . Peeves: liars, complainers . . . Favorites: Boston, Motley Crue, " why-why Not " , intense. Southern comfort, " Hey K-Puff who ' s taller? " . . . Memories: Parties at In- dian rock with the regulars, special times with Billy Pastman, Dave 10 11 86, West St. with Janice, Walshies shop class, Ozzy with Mark and Joe . . . Much love and thanks Mom and Dad. WILLIAM A. KANE — Congo, Sahib, Sabe . . . Peeves: Broken sticks, five 100-yd. laps, daves opuli cybuli . . . Favorites: 4 yrs. of football, shot disc, band snausages, bite fites, " smell the glove, " Pink Floyd, Rush, Kohuna, spot parties . . . Memories: Tor, Phili, Wash, Zimbabwe, luau, ' 86, freshman football, times with Jen, 10 18 86, 5 8 86 . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. DOUGLAS S. KAST — " . . . Tired of lying in the sunshine staying home to watch the rain. You are young and life is long and there is time to kill to- day and then one day you find ten years have got behind you, no one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun . . . " -Pink Floyd " , Sunday Jams, After Shock, Flying V, Good times with the Guys, Special times with Sue, 1 24 86, Floyd, Maiden, Accept. Hi . . . Thanx Mom and Dad. IDA KATZOFF — Little One, Peanut, Squeaky . . . Memories: C. G. ' s bir- thday 8 12, and M. C. 7 24 . . . Thanks Cindy and Michelle for always be- ing there . . . We ' ll all be the best of friends forever! ■•■ ■■I ■ m mum mm m %mm ■■■■ ■ ■■■ ■■ B ■■ B BBBfl ■I BBaali ■ BVBto liBBBBI BBBBBa aaaai ■■■Bl aaaaaa aaaai 3 ' ' ::::: ■ BB BBBBI ;. ' S :::::: ■ .a:::si::s: ■aiBBaaaaaii! JUDITH ANN JUSKEWICZ WILLIAM A. KANE IDA KATZOFF 3 THOMAS KEANE KATHY KENNEY KATHY LYN KOSINSKI ROBIN KRAVETZ MICHELLE A. KELLY CHRISTIAN T. J. KEMP THOMAS E. KEANE — Keener, Chip, Keenus . . . Sarcastic, easy-going . . . Peeves: Good Friday ' 85, " Gentlemen around the far soccer goal, " Politics, Monday mornings, " favors, " " No ready yet?? " . . . Favorites: Spinal Tap, Stone hedge " D " , U2 October, Game Day, freshman hoop. Remember the Alamo . . . Memories: Concerts w Murph, ski, Drew, Falph, The 3c ' s, Toronto, Summer ' 86, The old Spa crew, spot parties . . . thanks Mom and Dad. MICHELLE A. KELLY — Mickey . . . Instigator, moody, picky . . . Peeves: Wishful thinking, defensive corners, the mile . . . Favorites: Skiing, Mic lights, my collections . . . Memories: 4 yrs. field hockey, " and 1 broken nose, " all-nighters, The gang, " Sparky, " the " For Sale " signs, the Bobbsie twins, Windrift, 4th of July ' 87, special times with Pat, 11 9 85, 6 24 86, . . . Thanks for being patient, Mom and Dad. CHRISTIAN T. |. KEMP — Chris, Kempa . . . Childish, highstrung, playful . . . Peeves: Losing, fullcounts, speed limits, doing write-ups, sitting still . . . Favorites: Gambling, arguing, sports, " you shut up, " extra BBQ . . . Memories: Newport summers, Murph ' s bike, " crashing into the shed, " betting w Brad, " The race, " Glen ' s house . . . Love to Mom, Dad, Steph, Kim, and Heidi. GAIL MARIE KENNEDY — Forgetful, carefree, gullible . . . Peeves: Lip- synching, guess what, waiting till 11:00, no — you don ' t understand 9 3 86, our room that never was. cult vill . . . Favorites: Ice cream, Italians, chu-B, the moos, " our little family, " sabos, rainy day talks, oh may, cheering w Jana, Truck hoppin, TP-ing 12 . . . Memories: Hampton, Alex and Olivia, Puba, beach talks, Bragg ave, 9 27 86, Rafting ' 86, hey babe . . . Love and thanx, Mom and Dad. KATHLEEN KENNEY — Kath . . . Sensitive, caring, outgoing . . . Peeves: Waiting, jocks, getting busted . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Stones. Coors light, " ya you be alright. " . . . Memories: Good times and bad times with Michael. Cape Cod bound with dawn ' 83, the corner, the couch, special memories with Dawn and Leslie, memories of Billy P . . . Love and thanks Ma, Dad, and family. ROBIN KIRCHDORFER — Robin , . . Peeves: Waiting, fakes . . . Favorites: Lanes, Mustangs, Rock, Blizzard . . . Memories: Moving trees, Marshalls, 5 8 866, 3 2 86, 9 18 84, weekend of 10 17 86, table 6 . . . Good luck Brian and Jill, I love you. Nana! . . . Bermuda Bound . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. KATHY LYN KOSINSKI — Kath, Kat ... Outgoing, giggly . . . Peeves: Todd ' s driving, Jenn ' s sarcasm . . . Favorites: Journey, Led Zep, Fried shrimp, choc, chip cookies, late parties. The Burnout Mobile, old Spa. the Enterprise gang . . . Memories: Toronto ' 84, ' nough already, ' r Sundays, The " T, " Twist and Shout. What! No fries?. Fluffy lives!, Ren. Gimme2. Stand-by me. ode ode oh! . . . Thanks to everyone! SCOTT KRAMER — Generous, curious, lazy . . . Peeves: Monday and Fri- day G-hour, bridges, Khadaffi . . . Favorites: Beatles, " Stairway to Heaven, " baseball, history. French. Spanish. " There ' s a sign on the wall but she wants to be sure ' cause you know sometimes words have two meanings. " . . . Memories: Junior Prom, Israel ' 86, playoffs and World series ' 86 . . . Thanks to everybody. ROBIN BETH KRAVETZ — Robs, Rob . . . Sarcastic, impatient, stubborn . . . Peeves: Math, waking up early, wasted time . . . Favorites: U2. sum- mer, good friends . . . Memories: Vineyard ' 83 ' 84, drill team, 4 18 86, Sundays w the Chill, " Whatever, " 8 13 85. tennis team. St. Anthony ' s, All the great times . . . Love to Mom. Dad, and Ion . . . Love to friends . . . Good luck!! SHERRI LAGO — Spleffi, Sherri, " Lago Muffins " . . . Thoughtful, am- bitious . . . Peeves: Fake friends . . . Favorites: Def Lepard, Foolin, seafood, dancing, . . . Memories: Dance Recitals, Partying with friends in Eastie, go- ing to school in Dallas, 2 23 86, summer ' 86 . . . thank you Mom, Josh, Terry and Chris ... I love you all very much. GAIL KENNEDY ROBIN L. KIRCHDORFER SCOTT W. KRAMER SHERRI LAGO 36 DAVIE ALLEN LAMBERT DALE R. LERETTE KENNETH J. LICCIARDI CHERYL B. LIPSKY STEVEN M. LEAHY SEAN LEE DAVID LAMBERT — Lambee . . . Easy-going, friendly, always there . . . Peeves: Snobs, Mondays, walking to A4th . . . Favorites: Eddie Murphy, C.B. radios . . . Memories: England ' 86, times spent with Irene, Brian, Lisa T. and a special " jelly bean, " talks with Beth . . . " Whatchamacallit, " " What ' s the matter?? " . . . thanks to Mom, Dad, Carol, Irene and the Class of ' 87 for all the memories . . . Peace. STEVEN M. LEAHY — Steve, Tom, Joe . . . Unique . , . Peeves: Biffs and Buffies, 15-inch zippers . . . Favorites: Section 8, Mornings at the Pool, bonfires. Art 1-4 .. . Memories: 9 25 85, 1985-7 Marching Band Season, Washington D.C., " Donx Lauga, " Hello Cleveland! Rock and Roll!, New Hampshire, Boys of Summer, best times with Lynn . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and family. SEAN LEE — " S " . . . Easy-going, strives for perfection . . . Peeves: Late nights with Jim, the morning after and Pinners . . . Favorites: " Day without You, " Peter Frampton, good times with John and Marc . . . Miss you and lots of memories of Mike, 6 10 85, Miss you. Bill P. and Rick T . . . Thanks to Mr. Sarno, Mrs. Conroy, Mr. Fanning and Mrs. Sheehan . . . Special love and thanks to Mom, Dad and A.B. DALE RAYMOND LERETTE — The Artist, Dungeon Master, Mr. Ego . . . Independent, artistic, adventurous . . . Peeves: Liars, Swedish meatballs, people who aren ' t what they appear. No License! . . . Favorites: Floyd, Boston, Humarock, the early days. The Cape, Sorry Doug and Kim . . . Thanks Mom, we ' ll make it. KENNETH J. LICCIARDI — Kl, Sm . . . Eclectic, artistic . . . Peeves: Wak- ing up, homework, 18-hr. shifts, illnesses, " do eruption, " shows sleep, 40 hrs week, Alg II, trig, calc . . . Favorites: Iron Maiden, Floyd, psychology, bonfires, S. Lyons . . . Memories: 10 26 85 . . . Remember tomorrow. ELISE DAWN LIPMAN — Elise . . . Friendly, vibrant, sensitive . . . Peeves: waiting, busy signals, goodbyes, tiffs . . . Favorites: Micky D ' s, my t-bird. Beach Boys and Monkees concert, taffy, PC+5 . . . Memories: Phil 4-6-86, Jr. Prom 5-8-86, " Crazy for you, " " I ' m going to lose my father! " , Chris ' s parties, litterboro, Sugarloaf, funtimes down PC, forever friends with Deana, special times with Phil, TD, 4-5-86, 5-4,86, 10-12-86 . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and Aimee, I love you. CHERYL B. LIPSKY — Cheryl, Lippa . . . Friendly, sarcastic, picky . . . Peeves: Waiting, rushing, " Got any gum? " . . . Favorites: Spa, field hockey 83-86, black olives, the Hooters, singing duo with Sue . . . Memories: Police ride 85, " The Gang, " dinners with the girls, forever friendship with Jill, Kim and Susan . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad and Jon. DANIEL LITWACK — Hif, Wif, Sif, M.B., m2, Beamer, Hello, Hello, Con- trol are you hungry? Fishhead, Regina ' s, B.H., What road sign? Int ' l ' 86, the office. Peek tanning hours, bring it up, Canadian ' s grip on . . . Sail on the edge, Krushelniski he wheels . . . Favorites: Bowie, Clockwork Orange, Denneno ' s, Who can? . . . Love to Mom, Dad, and Jen ... I feel the need for speed. LAURA LEONARD LAURA L. LIAKNICKAS ELISE DAWN LIPMAN DAN LITWACK 37 KELLY J. LOGAN SCOTT B. LONG JANICE M. LORENZ PATRICIA M. LORING RICALEC. MACDONNELL MARIE A. MACROGIANIS JANICE LORENZ — Jan . . . Friendly, talkative, loud . . . Peeves: Goodbyes, " forgetting, " one-leggers, def. corners, dead end circles . . . Favorites: Chinese fooa, Boston, field hockey, the Spa, " Babes, " " Dream On " . . . Memories: The Gang-Joco, Dirty Deeds, " all nighters, " under the sap tree, Fogo ' s Cape house, NH ski weekend What up?, Dunfeys ' 84- ' 85, windrift, Rt. 138 talks, special times w Jimmy, 1-4-3, 10 16 85, 5 8 86 . . . Love and thanks. Mom and Dad. PATRICIA LORING — Pat, Patti . . . Outgoing, broke . . . Peeves: Waking up, " warm brews " . . . Favorites: The apt., neighborhood, Ker ' s Cape, Bud . . . Memories: 17 years w Tim, Chats w Cindy, Drive thru Bobs, " Don ' t even, " " Wnere ' s Stoughton? " , times w John, " run ' em over, Timmy, " miss ya Rick . . . Thanks, the last one made it. Mom and Dad. CHRIS MacKENZIE — Mac, MacKa . . . Quiet, nervous, friendly . . . Peeves: Top 40 ' s, early morning, making up work, French, rats, friends who really aren ' t . . . Favorites: Wrestling, partying w the guys, lifting with Steve, water skiing, AC DC, " Angus is God, " " What is ya, " " right " . . . Memories: North school ' 85. the spa, camp w Dave, winning, 7 18 86, 12 31 85, the zone, the movies, " sorry Jim " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MARIE MACROGIANIS — Maxi, Miercoles . . . Sensitive, easygoing, paranoid . . . Peeves: Busy phones, jeffy weffies. track . . . Favorites: Field hockey, morning sisters, " little things, " Robert Parish, Zamboni drivers, mushrooms . . . Memories: very nights, Stephen 11 22 85, Patti ' s stairs, confessions in the Camaro, the Process, talks with Ren, Cindra my forever friend . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, love ya. ANNA MAGERER — Favorites: Freshwoman, " skills, " Toronto and Washington, " band fag, " Anna and Brian, summer ' 84, cold marching season, " pride, " sailing, " the lucky hotdog, " " Becky- Lea the Buckwheat, " Gloria, Alternate Infinity, " the B-barrier, " broccoli and wet dishrags, scenic routes, Rick Springfield, MASH and Star Trek, Chans and Mimlet, best of friends . . . Beam me up, Scotty, " Toads loads " Mom and Dad. CHRISTOPHER MAX MacKENZIE ANNA SUSAN MAGERER 38 THOMAS MAHAN BRIAN MARSHALL ANNE M. McCarthy EILEEN MALLOY SUSAN M. MALONE TOMMY MAHAN — Spike, May-hun . , . Honest, friendly, helpful , . . Peeves: People who say things about you, pushy people . . . Favorites: Soc- cer, basketball, AC DC . . . Memories: First time work at Denneno ' s. EILEEN M. MALLOY — Leenie, Little Benny . . . Sarcastic, friendly . . . Peeves: Bad hair, decisions . . . Favorites: Good hair, soccer, MacD-runs . . . Memories: Getting lost, 4 years w Lisa, Spain ' 86, Gal. with Sue, NH ' 85 ' 86, " wicked good, " the Goddard crew, my paper route, " your jacket ' s too small, " good times w good friends, hydroplaning, crashes, rushing, " possibilities " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. SUE MALONE — Sue, Loser . . . Stubborn, impatient, " always right " . . . Favorites: Field hockey, mint choc chip w Iimmy ' s, " the duo " with Lip- pa, 16 Lafontaine . . . Peeves: " The fall, " potato chips aisles, " squishy " . . . Memories: The gang, " fingers Malone, " " the " friendship w Iill Ellen, NH weekend, " the loft, " all-nighters w Cheryl, " the wall, " the bus-ride, blue baseball pants . . . David 5 11 85-5 11 92 ... I love you Mom and Dad . . . Thanks for everything. BRIAN MARSHALL — Marsh, Leon . . . Sarcastic, easygoing . . . Peeves: No one around, phonies, " on the line, " bad ankles, broken promises . . . Favorites: Hockey (bus), me and Mike laughing at nothing, Melis faces. The Police . . . Memories: Touchdown vs. Canton freshman year, beach w Berles, Craig ' s first night driving . . . Thanks. Mom and Dad. BRIEN MASSIE — " I did the crime and paid my dime, I got the time to leave you this funky rhyme . . . that ' s right, homeboy, I am so legit . . . I ' m co-crash and bad like a bag of tricks. " CHRISTOPHER S. McAULEY — Mcoo . . . Sociable, funny . . . Peeves: Sunday drivers and busy signals . . . Favorites: Boston, the Doors, pizza . . . Memories: Buka crunch and mogator run. Plain Drive . . . Thanks to all my friends and family. ANNE McCarthy — Annie . . . Friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: julia, snobs, jams, busy signals, red lights, broken fairmont . . . Favorites: Ah- yaaa, Cheech and Cong, Led Zeppelin, B-3rd, " hey dude, " snow, " all of my love, " the Three Stooges, the Young Ones . . . Memories: Me and Rob 10 1 84, Lisa, shell, the whole gang . . . This is it. Wow, 12 whole years. Thanks everyone ... I love you Mom, Dad, and Rob. RENEE MASON CHRISTOPHER McAULEY kevin scott McCarthy 39 BRIAN McGOWAN DANIEL McKINNON ROBIN M. McNAMARA 40 kimberly McCarthy LYNNE A. McDUFF KIM McCarthy — Kim, Mickey . . . Friendly, sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: One ringers, fake people, snobs . . . Favorites; Hugs, Koala bears. The Chill, CYO, " Guess what? " . . . Memories: Ski ' 86, " Wipe out, " Junior Prom w Jenn and Ren, Bickford ' s, the " payments " for friends . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Shannon, all my love. LYNNE ANN McDUFF — The loud, exciting, fun type, but also the responsible and nice kind. I can ' t stand snobs and ignorant people. My choices are jazzy music and good times. My high school years were good, but my future is looking great. Thanks Mom, I love you. MICHAEL McFADYEN — Dan Akroyd, McFluff . . . Quiet, shy, devious . . . Peeves: Closing, new cut policy, homework, 55 mph, accidents . . . " What ' s up? " " Ya beggar " . . . " Concerts with the guys, " Saturdays in Boston, summers of ' 84 and ' 85, junior high years . . . " Thanks, Mom and Dad, you were always there. BRIAN ). McGOWAN — Greenie, Willie . . . Friendly, impatient, sensitive . . . Peeves: Fighting w friends, confusing girls, smoking . . . Favorites: Corvettes, guns, skiing . . . Memories 4 15 86, The Aspen, Spa Ames, U2, Swillin w Mike, Friday the 13th . . . Laurie, " Are you still my best friend? " . . . Plans: 4 2 92, own a Velte, be successful . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. DANIEL McKINNON — Put 12 years of life into 6 lines of writing? ... I can only say " thanks " Mom and Dad, Steve (6 years of a great friendship), Al, Guy, Doug, Ken, Ig, Jay, Dave, Pat, )ohn, Lynn, Gina (Golden Girl, " I ' ll keep you forever " ), and )ocelyn (it was one of the best summers of my life. Gamine). I couldn ' t have made it without you all. DONALD McLELLAN — Don . . . Small, noisy, moody . . . Peeves: Mon- days, getting up the next day, sled dogs . . . Favorites: Rush, 5 8 86, VH 5 22 86 Boston, " Contcha Say. " " times with Ricale, McD ' s . . . Memories: 3 15 86, 5 8 86 " Pretend to do your homework, " " I ' ve missed you, " double your pleasure, 10 18 86, What if I scream? " the crew, " Vincents, " the quest, " " The Juniper Lounge " . . . Plans: to see " Boston " in concert and to attend college . . . Good luck to my little brother Tom, I love you Mom. ROBIN McNAMARA — Blondie . . . Sensitive, talkative . . . Peeves: Metallica, mav ' s, cliques, breaking up. mornings . . . Favorites: Purple, budman, Boston. " Amanda. " Brady mobile . . . Memories: Proms. BHS.. ara with Butch, Tony and Jimmy, Spa keys. Honey dew, good times with Kim and Mike, Lisa. Marty, 9 12 86, Kenny ' 86, Shaws . . . Having my dreams become reality. Falling in love with the right guy, " Keep on laughing, " thanks with all my love to Nana and Papa ... I love you Ma and Michael. LAURA L. McNAMEE — Friendly, gullible, moody . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, getting out of bed, phonies, liars . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Boston, Bon Jovi, U2, concert ' 85, going out w friends . . . Memories: New Year ' s Eve ' 84, summer of ' 86 w Alicia ... All my love to Dan 2-15-85 . . . Plans: to get married and be rich . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MICHAEL D. McFADYEN DONALD McLELLAN LAURA L. McNAMEE CHRISTOPHER J. MERCADANTE BRAD MILLER MICHAEL MILLER EDWARD " TED " MULLANEY CHRIS MERCADANTE — Fuji . . . active, athletic, determined . . . Peeves: The Guppy, freshmen . . . Favorites: Rush, Van Halen. Manhattan project, macaroni and cheese, soccer, astronomy . . . Memories: Playoff soccer games vs. New Bedford, fiestas in Spain with Joseba, 2 23 86 . . . Love you. Mom, Dad, Gram, Sherri, |oseba. BRAD D. MILLER — Bradley, Scrub . . . Mellow, jocker, serious . . . Peeves: Nosey people reading this (just kidding), being called by my last name, people who talk too much, favors, liars, fighting, broken promises, dusted . . . Favorites: Anything I enjoy . . . Memories: Biverwacks, going out partying w the boys, Scoop, games, winning, reeb, my little gather- ings that formed into big parties . . . my Thanks, Mom, Dad, Sue, I love you. JULIO MOLTO — Nice, happy, crazy . . . Peeves: Parties . . . Favorites: Dire Straits, Rolling Stones, Boston, rock and roll, the girls . . . Memories: Spain. RONALD T. MONTGOMERY — Ronnie, Rizz, Rob, Spud . . . Crazy, bud outgoing, funny . . . Peeves: " On the line, " ignorant people, hypocrites, prejudice, homework, Mondays, Physics, losing . . . Favorites: B-Ball season, bus rides, Run-DMC, " bug sessions, " homeboys, " chilling, " . . . Memories: Chilling in New York w New Edition, round B-Ball session ' 87, gigging w Pia (King of stages!!!), I wish success to all my homeboys . . . Thanks to my loving mother and family, who without my life would not be the same. CATHERINE MOOTOS — Cathy, Mooti . . . Friendly, funny, tall . . . Peeves: Soda, short nails . . . Favorites: summer ' 85, good times w friends, Carly Simon, singing at Fanueil Hall 9 2 86, singing anthem w Mare . . . Memories: Jazz Choir, Drill team, " Oklahoma, " " Annie, " " Hello Dolly, " " California suite, " under the tent, " omi, " cleaning crew . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family ... I love you all. EDWARD ' TED ' MULLANEY — Theodore, Theo, Herb . . . Flirtatious, sarcastic, sleepy . . . Peeves: Tightwads, my class. The last Bud . . . Memories: Midnight Ride 3-29-86, Bahamas!, 4-21-86 ... To own a sausage factory . . . Thank you for a second chance, God. AMY MURPHY — Amoinity, Murphs . . . friendly, sociable, gullible . . . Peeves: Waiting, obstacles, snobs . . . Favorites: " Mau-Mau, " " refukulous, " " fun, " summer. Diet Coke, doubling w Prince, Tricky, Cindra, Shirley, wooing, boys . . . Memories: The Boys, Dales, PC + 5, Did- dleboro, 5-23-86, Fairytale Lover, Horseneck and Nantasket, growing up with Jombirm and Emily . . . Thanks and love to my family and friends. JULIO C. MOLTO CATHERINE MOOTOS AMY MURPHY KIM NELLIGAN JORGINA A. OLIVEIRA IRENE OPILA KEVIN MURPHY SEAN MURPHY KEVIN R. MURPHY — Murph, Mur-pha . . . Peeves: Getting caught. Mur- phy ' s law, warm swill, A-Smith 3 11 86, Dry Nights, Good Friday ' 85, The Fairlane . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Doors. Beatles, Budweiser, co-capt. of swill team w Ted, parties in my room, spot parties, headbanging . . . Memories: Good times w Ted. Ralph, Randy, and Susan, concerts with Ski and Keaner, four years football . . . Thanks Mom. Dad. and Kara. MARK MUSIAL — Stan . . . Conscientious, quiet . . . Peeves: Mondays, three foot putts . . . Favorites: Golf, Aerosmith, Van Halen, " anything you are good at contributes to happiness " . . . Memories: Four great years on the Golf team. KIM NELLIGAN — Kim . . . Peeves: Feet, getting caught, step signs, get- ting lost . . . Favorites: Times spent w Karen and Kim . . . Memories: To the grave, the car wash, you know! 8 86, the gas station 10 11 86, Poker us 4. weekend of 10 16 86, about face, oh sure!, Bermuda Bound w Kim. Karen and Robin . . . Thanks a bunch. I love you Mom and Dad. BOB NEVULIS — I ' m a happy go lucky person, caring, like to laugh. I play soccer for the varsity team. I probably will run spring track in the spring. 1 hope to attend college in September. lORGINA OLIVEIRA — George. Gina . . . Active, honest, friendly . . . Peeves: Bad teachers, homework, Mondays, getting up early, having to make decisions, losing soccer games . . . Favorites: Enjoying singing and dancing for the " Rancho Foclorico luventude Acoriana. " soccer, softball. tennis, subject, art ... Memories: winning soccer game against Canton, coach taking us out for pizza, great kids Anna M., Donna M.. Lisa A.. Kelly C. and everyone on the team ... I love you Mom and Dad for being with me all the way. IRENE OPILA — Shortie, Red, Buddie . . . Sexy, short, sweet . . . Peeves: No smoking rule. phys. ed.. the hike up A4th. Bon |ovi. Motley Crue. " Use it or Lose it, " Rush. Heart. Prom night, the Night Ranger Concert. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Roman, Ricky, Lynnette. the grownups that stood by me . . . Thanks to my pals Gina, Dave, Dan. Lisa . . . Special thanks to Brian who taught me what life ' s all about . . . Thanks to everyone I forgot to mention, you know who you are. Love you all. TABITHA C. OSTRANDER — Taba . . . Shy. friendly, lazy . . . Peeves: locks, funk music, two-faced people . . . Favorites: Pink Floyd. |udas Priest, AC DC. comfortably numb. Tommy Lee. young ones. " It ' s Cool " . . . Memories: AC DC 9 86. good times w Mike. excellent times with Dawn. Ann, Lori. and the B-3rd gang, the Cape with Mo. 8-17-86. 8-18-86 ... to make it in life . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. Love ya. MARK MUSIAL ROBERT C. NEVULIS THOMAS E. O ' NEILL TABITHA OSTRANDER DEIRDRE O ' SULLIVAN LISA OWENS HEIDI JEANNE OSTROFF — Heid, Heidzo, Bubba . . . Friendly, in- dividual, spacey . . . Peeves: Homework, runny noses, flat hair, nowhere to sleep . . . Favorites: Boy George, the " real " Spa, summer, onlas, daydreaming, ice creagi . . . Memories: ' 84 b-ball games, Ker, Rob and Kumba, " that was my sister, " 9-27-86, life ' s a beach, Mohawk marT. . . Peace, you only live once . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. DEIRDRE M. O ' SULLIVAN — Dee. Stripe, Dez . . . Psychable . . , Peeves: Roxies, " that fake friend, " the morning after . . . Favorites: Boston, Ire. psych, too wicked . . . Memories: The gym team 84-86. 5 15 85, 7 20 86, my jr. buddy, the jr. Prom, summers 85 and 86, stripes 2 and 3, cheering ' 85 and " 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, good luck Brenda and Kevin and you too Kathy . . . P.S. Miss ya Nana and Pa. ROY L. PACHECO — Talkative, crazy . . . Peeves: Rumors . . . Favorites: Toto, I ' ll be over you, pizza, baseball, history. Rich, successful, summer of ' 87 . . . Plans to be happy and rich . . . Navy . , . Thanks, Mom and Dad. LISA M. OWENS — Sentimental, temperamental, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Fake people, liars, silent studies, rainy days . . . Favorites: Andy, sad songs, scary movies, black cars . . . 4 yrs w Eileen, drill team ' 83, The Goddard Crew, NH ' 86, Xaverian dances. " The Casual Male, " 7 10 86, 4 11 86, " Prom Rush, " McD ' s . . . most likely to complain . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad, and to my " best buddies " along the way. MICHAEL PALAZA — JimBob, Boblim . . . Good, great, awesome . . . Peeves: Fades and those who follow, lame, hats in school, moving to Canada . . . Favorites: Blues Brothers, " Sting, " Slim Jims, Noop, Hey Chacano, Biff Riff. BU + Red Sox games, trip to Canada, hockey . . . Plans: College with hockey, to jump out of a plane . . . Thanks for all you did Dad, Mom, Sue, and Nancy. WAYNE PALERMO — " Wayne the Flame " . . . Sportsmaniac, smart, humorous . . . Peeves: early wake-ups. school. Sunday nights, anything " diet, " homework, NY Yankees, cold weather, serious people . . . Favorites: Larry Bird, Wade Boggs, USA, Boston Red Sox, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Italian food, graduation, Boston Celtics, Bruins, Pro-Wrestling, Math, " 38 special, " " money for nothing " . . . Memories: Sox ' 86 (1 said it). 4 7 86 (The start of a dream) 6 11 86 " Hulkamania, " . . . " The pleasure was all yours. " DANIEL E. PAUKNER — Danny . . . Friendly, talkative, hard-worker . . . Favorites: Track, hockey, baseball . . . Memories: Working at Pecan Sandy ' s . . . Thanks to Mom. Dad. family and teachers. JEANNINE PEAGLER — Jeannine . . . Quiet, shy . . . Peeves: Mondays, grouchy people, rainy days . . . Favorites: Pizza. Bon Jovi . . . Memories: Art I. junior Year. English ' 84- ' 85, E-hr study w Cristina, friends . . . Thanks to my family. MICHAEL V. PALAZA JEANNINE PEAGLER 43 ;:;.::»:::: JUDY PHETTEPLACE LINDA R. PIKE MICHAEL T. POSHKUS RENEE DAWN PELLERIN CAROL L. PENNOR RENEE PELLERIN — Ren, Renald, Ne Pe . . . Loud, open, friendly . . . Peeves: Curfews, taking the bus, bad drivers . . . Favorites: Dancing, Color Guard, The Little Champ, the process mentos w Cin, " little things, " Coen ' s reunion. Being w Jeff . . . Memories: Jack Wagner ' 86, beach volleyball, very nights, Jeff 9 12 86, talks w Maxi . . . Best of Luck, SHS buddies, I love you Mom and Dad. CAROL PENNOR — Outgoing, talkative, caring . . . Peeves: Studying, Mondays, not talking, friends not being friends . . . Favorites: Bob Segar 72, " lolli pops, " pudding head, " Pink Floyd " . . . Memories: Campers with Leslie, roofs and swimming pools with Lysa, having good times with friends " B 3rd, " Billy Pastman, staying with Anthony, staying friends with Leslie . . . Love and thanks, Mom and Dad. LINDA PESTANA — Lynn . . . Outgoing, friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: Two-faced people, Big Dogs, beer, being hooked, friendships that end, " Veins " . . . Favorites: Beatles, Bon Jovi, " Never Say Goodbye, " Kahulas, 13, Blackcats, all foods, " Chill Out, " Summers of ' 83, ' 85, ' 86. . . . Memories: of Billy (my buddyj and Ron 78 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. Ines and John, I love yas. JUDY PHETTEPLACE — Judy, J, Juju Bead . . . Friendly, warm, quiet . . . Peeves: Two-faced people, liars . . . Favorites: The " Chevy. " B ' s. Springs- teen . . . Memories: Tennis ' 84. Powder Puff. The Gang . . . ' Thanks. Mom, Dad. DANYELLE PIGEON — Dany. " Book-ems " . . . Contentedly unique . . . Peeves: Friends who aren ' t . . . Memories: Summer of ' 86 . . . Plans: Col- lege, career in Law enforcement . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad, Andrea, Shauna, Barbi, Lina, and Bic. LINDA R. PIKE — Linda, Lin . . . Funny, crazy . . . Peeves: School, snobs . . . Favorites: Chinese food, franks, coors, roller skating, " Ask me if 1 care " . . . Memories: New Yr ' s Eve 85-86, Parties with Sharon. Kerry. Sharonna. Eddie, mini pit. Halloween 85. camp 85. made it Brian and Steph . . . Love you very much. Mom and Dad. LOUIE POILLUCCI — Lou, Louie ... On lime, early even, quiet . . . Peeves: People who don ' t wait their turn, rule breakers . . . Favorites: Chess! (captain: Chess Team ' 86- ' 87), math, data, phys ed, pineapple piz- za, Shaw ' s, money, " checkmate! " . . . Memories: the Nat ' l H.S., Chess Championships ' 86 and ' 87, Seattle ' 83. Wash. D.C. ' 85. W.D.W. ' 86 . . . Plans: a Porsche, travel, college. MICHAEL T. POSHKUS — Mike . . . Lazy, competitive, easygoing . . . Peeves: Orders . . . Memories: Track, boys state, Sugarloaf. musicals, math. D-lst, St. Anthony ' s, the crevice, impossible backflips, " the Bride. " death rides . . . Thanks to my teachers, friends, and family. KIMBERLY LYNN PRAY — Kim . . . Giggly, sensitive, happy . . . Peeves: Buses, Saturday morning band practice . . . Favorites: The Monkees. Christmas, purple, cats . . . Memories: " The Chill, " Sugarloaf ' 86, " The Bride. " 7 4 86, marching and jazz bands, D.W. Field Park . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, 1 love you. LINDA PESTANA DANY PIGEON LOU POILLUCCI KIMBERLY L. PRAY 44 LINDA J. PULJANOWSKI COLLEEN M. REARDON DAVID RAPHEL STEPHEN RAYMOND LINDA I. PULIANOWSKI — Kid, wishbone. Raole, Ralph . . . Different . . . Peeves: The distance between Sharon and Stoughton, bus rides, people, band camp . . . Favorites; Spending time with the people I care about and helping them in any way I can . . . Memories: Washington ' 86, Summer of ' 86, Toronto ' 84 . . . Special thanks to Mom, Dad, family and friends. STEPHEN R. RAYMOND — Bonezey, Geronimo, Chico . . . Easygoing, happy sarcastic . . . Peeves: empty wallet, saying sorry . . . Favorites: The Mad Cutlass, spot parties, Bob Segar, Squeeze, ZZ Top . . . Memories: Old neighborhood parties, 18 long yrs w Pat, Steph " Whose car are we on, " Keener and the mailbox, Duke in Norton, cruising w Ralph in the Mad Cutlass, " Oh ya . . . She ' s dirty, " Segar ' 86 . . . Plans: to own a chain of funeral parlors . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. COLLEEN REARDON — Leeny . . . Talkative, sarcastic, procrastinator . . . Peeves: Mondays, office sessions, " The Void " . . . Favorites: Fridays, " The Chill, " St. Anthony ' s, 3 15 86, The crevice, cruisin ' , 5 27 83, Jules and Kim friendship forever . . . Love to Mom and Dad, good luck. JENNIFER M, REMMES — Jenn, Jen . . . Sarcastic, funny, impatient . . . Peeves: Waiting for Kathy, the mellow mood, trig . . . Favorites: The Enter- prise gang, old spa, weekends, rainbows . . . Memories: Ski Trip ' 86, " Wipe Out! " ' nough already. Josh 1-4, Bickford ' s, Who ' s driving. Fluffy, R ' Sun- days, The Chill, The ' T ' , Broccoli Club, The dumb look, cow tipping . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and Dan. KARL RICHMOND — Moody, carefree, friendly . . . Peeves: Crowds, loud girls. Working . . . Favorites: Run-DMC, " Raisin Hell, " track, Whadup?, Lisa ' s smile . . . Memories: Phil ' s house 5 9 86, " The Gig, " Chillin ' with the crew!!, Suzies . . . Thanks, Ma, I love you. BARBARA ANN REGAN JENNIFER REMMES KARL RICHMOND 45 t JAY ROSENBERG KERRY A. RYAN PAMELA RIDEOUT PAMELA RIDEOUT — Pam . . . Sensitive, hotheaded, compassionate . . . Peeves; People showing no consideration for others, people squeaking their sneakers, waiting, busy tones when I ' m trying to call someone about something important . . . Favorites: " If you love something set it free; if it comes back it ' s yours, if it doesn ' t it never was, " . . . Science fiction is the best! . . . Thanks to everyone who supported me in fulfilling my education. DONNA RILEY — Dona, Doya . . . Peeves; The other Donna . . . Favorites: Times with jo-Anne, Lauren, Cheryl and Cathy, parties, art classes with Kimba, 3 1 86, green gum, croutons . . . Thanks to Ma, )oAnne, family and friends . . . " Love my kids " . . . Special times with my sister Diane. ERIC ROPPOLO — Rap, Rappa, Rodney . . . Different, unique . . . Peeves; Fatheads, girls with fat ankles . . . Favorites; Mangos, driving solo, cruising with Ronnie 2, Big Magumba ' s . . . Memories; The " broccoli club, " The " dumb look, " picking up " D " and the " Beastie " . . . " Hey, knock yourself out! " . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. JAY R. ROSENBERG — Rose(y) . . . Friendly, sarcastic, forever busy . . . Peeves; " Twig, " " the bus, " Blockheads, runnin ' in the rain . . . Faves; Phil C. and Genesis, CYO Sugarloaf, Foxbusters, Cabbage Patch Kids and the Nerd, " the crevice, " Parlant avec Renee, Freddy K., Chillers in Boston, Trackies at Papa ' s, 5 8 86, X-country, track, " Hello Dolly, " NHS . . . Au revoir mes amis, I ' ll miss you! Thanks everyone, esp. M. and D. JON ROSENBLATT — The " Hammer " . . . Awesome, friendly, psychopathic . . . Favorites: Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine, psychology, wrestling. Heaven, Air Supply . . . Memories; Chemistry with Mr. Nassise B-301, 5 28 86, obsession, meteorology. Fort Jackson, the proms, Weymouth . . . Plans to become a psychiatrist . . . Thanks a billion to Mr. McCormick . . . " This we ' ll defend. " KERRY RYAN — Kerry Ann . . . Quiet, sensitive, sarcastic . . . Peeves; Green lights, busy signals, essays, leeches . . . Favorites; Mint choc, chip, the Boss, " Stand By Me " . . . Memories: Ski trips, 10 12 86, July ' 84, Amherst w Nor, 8 10 86, " Welcome to Newport? " , friends 4-eva Nor. Mare . . . Miss ya, Donnelly . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. HEIDI SHARON SACKS — Ho-Ho, Hagatha . . . Funny, friendly, caring . . . " Italians do it better, " " something about him, " " I ' m sorry, " " Anything ' s better then Stoughton! " . . . Peeves; School, Stoughton, SHS, mornings, Jason! . . . Favorites: High-five, Wham. British life. Uncle Tonies, palace nights w the chi-chi ' s. Town spa, Marshall ' s gang, college parties . . . Memories; Donnelly, first night, Wham concerts 2 85-9 85, " The Boat " Cape ' 86, in green bomber w the 3 B ' s . . . I love you Ma, Dad, Judi, and Lauren. DYANE ELISE SAMPSON — Dy, Deedles, Dyski . . . Caring, understan- ding, sensitive . . . Peeves; Warm beer, mornings, boring weekends . . . Favs; " Kayleigh, " Sean, Martha ' s Vineyard, Bud . . . Memories: Nites w Sean, 3 25 86, summer of ' 86, Junior Prom 2 8 85. 4-eva w Sean, partying w the 4th st. crew, 6 15 86 w Karen, Fanueil Hall 10 18 86, memories of Billy, 4 5 86, Holiday Inn, The Marquis. Boston w Karen and Karen . . . Lots of love and thanks, Mom and Dad. ERIC J. ROPPOLO lONB. ROSENBLATT HEIDI SACKS DYANE ELISE SAMPSON 46 RICHARDS. SAPERSTEIN KIMBERLY SCOTT MARIA SANTOS TINA MARIE SANTOS MARIA SANTOS — Santos . . . friendly, patient, honest . . . Peeves: Mon- day mornings, English, snobs . . . Favorites: Lobster, " Hard to say I ' m sorry, " Friday nights, swimming . . . Memories: Class of ' 85, Valentine ' s Day dance, working in the clinic . . . thanks Mom and Dad; bye SHS. TINA MARIE SANTOS — Tee . . . Talkative, outgoing, paranoid . . . Peeves: Rules, getting up, part time friends . . . Favorites: Maiden, Metallica, Bad Co., Eagles, Venus, " that ' s awesome! " , " Did you hear me? " eating, sleeping, partying . . . Memories: Summer of ' 86, good times w friends; talks w Erin, Lisa, |oe ... To achieve the utmost in life . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, love ya . . . It ' s been real. LAURA F. SCHIFF — Schiffy, Loz . . . Impatient, casual, impulsive . . . Peeves: Dripping faucets, busy signals, technical difficulties . . . Memories: Cruzin ' w Jenn and Mike, musicals, Bickford ' s bound, drill team, " Dive, Kim! " Newport ' 85, 3 15 86, Ski ' 86, 7 4 86, Summer ' 86, out-of-control room, St. Anthony ' s, Bomber stories, " eating popcorn " , Sundays w the Chill, " Is Woody there? " , all-nighters, wheelchair story, " huh? " , old Spa, Bloom County, Boston w Robs, Florida . . . Party Patrol . . . thanx to family. KIMBERLY jOY SCOTT — Scottlet . . . Loud, sneaky, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Majorette practice, signals, curfews . . . Favorites: Summer nights, Teddy Bears, Vincents, 1 13 85. 10 6 86 " my love for Jon, " Wash ington 5 86, Florida 6 86 . . . Memories: ' 68 Cutlass, out with Kelly, Donnelly M., special times with friends . . . Plans: To become rich and own a red Ferrari . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. KIM JEAN SCOTT — Kim, Kimba . . . Crazy, sensitive, talkative . . . Peeves: Rainy days, snobs, people who think they know everything, studs, bruts, brains, and " pedi " . . . Favorites: " Get outa town, " " soul man, " " what the . . .?!? " , " born to be wild! " , " inseparable two-buddies forever, " dark woods with Ann, " psst . . . wanna buy a ' W ' " ! ... Memories: Van Halen 7 22 86!, 6 27 86, " Parkview, " great times with everyone, fun with Donald, good memories of Donnelly . . . Love to my family, miss you Donnie. MARK HENRY SELIG — Markies . . . Stubborn, outgoing, casual . . . Peeves: Getting up for school, rainy days, clanking silverware . . . Favorites: Rush, Van Halen, Kiss-seafood, History, " Give it ALL YA GOT " . . . Memories: G.T.R. — (at the Boston Orpheum), 10-15-86, me and the band jamming in the studio Rockland MA . . . Thanks Stoughton High, I ' ll see you later ... To keep on doing what I want to do . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. LAURA FAYE SCHIFF KIMBERLY JOY SCOTT MARK HENRY SELIG 47 THOMAS C. SHIRIKJIAN DANIELLE SHUEBRUK -7 CRISTINA M. SERPA CHRISTOPHER J. SHEA CRISTINA M. SERPA — Chris, Tina, Chris baby • . . Sarcastic, know-it-all, jumpy, insecure . . . " What else? " , " Anything s better than Stoughton! " You re a loser! . . . Peeves; school, mornings, " Freddy " . Favorites: Sting, Police, Those eyes. Bud, Coolers, Music, British Accents, Italians . . . Memories: 8 10 83, 10 31 85, 12 24 85, 12 24 85, 8 1 86, Kelset, " The Boat, " Cape 86, The spa with Heidi . . . Never forget you Donnelly . . . Special love and thanks John, Holly, Helen ... All my love Mom, Dad, and Family. CHRISTOPHER SHEA — Chris Chaka . . . Sensitive, shy ... Peeves: broken promises, big mouths . . . Favorites: " Chillin w crew, " Hugs, El Torito, Lina, " Stuff, " " Polo, " " Private stock, " . . . Memories: 9 1 85, 10 85, special times with my one love, Lina, summers w cousins, " Paul ' s Fiero " . . . All my love and a special thanks to my grandmother, grand- father, and mother. SUSAN E. SHERMAN — Sue, Slu ... Impatient, giddy, sensitive . . Peeves: Waiting, " The Virus, " 11:59, broken promises, " cause I said so, ' Mohawks, " I guess " . . . Favorites: " The Moos, " Our little family, sabos " ya know, " " well girls, " Swill Team, " where the boys are, " The 6 of us . . Memories: Murph 12 25 85, Hampton " 86, " beach talks, Kingswood Sue ' s party. The card, scavenger hunt . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. THOMAS CHARLES SHIRIKJIAN — Shiereika, Shirifcan ... Shy, athletic, sensitive . . . Peeves: " 5 more minutes, " ignorant people, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Football, Suzie ' s, " Kohuna, " the crew, Charlotte Apts. spot parties . . . Memories: Trans-Am, friends in P. A., 5 9 86, Phil ' s house . . . Love and thanks to Mom and Dad. DAN SHOCKLE ' V — Dan, Shock, Dan the man, shocka, Eugene . . . Strange, impossible . . . Peeves: Cliques, math, airheads . . . Favorites: ZZ- Top, " Hey Dude, " " The man that wouldn ' t go down, . . . Memories Pres. CYO, ski trip, cruisin ' . DANIELLE SHUEBRUK — Dan . . . Outgoing, lazy, impatient . . . Peeves: Getting up in the morning, waiting, busy signals, hangovers, rainy weekends . . . Favorites: AC-DC, Bon lovi, partying, coffee brandy, guys, you dropped the bomb on me, " oh well ya know " . . . Memories: Top of the Brickie, 8 17 86, 9 13 86, good times with the girls, summer nights. Jack ' s house 2 17 86 . . . Thanks Marlene, Love ya. MICHAEL SILVA — Mike . . . Caring, sociable, fun to be with . . . Peeves: Backstabbers, cliques, car accidents . . . Favorites: Rush, Iron Maiden, Van Halen . . . Memories: Summer of ' 85. SUSAN E. SHERMAN DANIEL F. SHOCKLEY JAMES M. SIDMAN MICHAEL SILVA 48 DAVID A. SKOLETSKY NANCY ANNE SCARES BETH R. SNEIDER RICHARD D. SNYDER DAN V. STENSTROM DAVID SKOLETSKY - Ski, Sabe . . . Moody, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Animals that don ' t look both ways, Kiss-108 clean rooms, " Have you been drink- ing? " Bill ' s lame cybulla . . . Favorites: The Kinks, Joe Jackson, " Hong Kong Fui and Boris " . . . Memories: " Summer wrestling tournament ' 86 concerts w Chip, Phalpha and Murph, Horseneck with the " famous swill bug " . . . Have a nice life! ... To be inducted in the super-friends Hall of justice ... Oh yeah . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Patches. BETH R. SNEIDER — Bef, Bethany . . . Loud, sarcastic, motherly . . . Peeves: Busy phones, late people, driving in Brockton, Peabody, Route 128 . . . " Refukulous, " minibird, driving the crew. Nights at Nantasket, " wooing, " Roach Trap, Tag Teaming, Summer 86, New Edition and The Beach Boys concerts, McD ' s, York, get-togethers . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. RICHARD DAVID SNYDER — Rich, Sneidly . . . Blunt, easy-going, understanding . . . Favorites: Nice to see, Angela, Beetles " Let it be " " Help, " all radio milk commercials, weekends . . . Memories: Summer 86, good times w Kerry and Scott and Phil, New Year ' s 86 . . . Peeves: Volkswagen Dashers, " wasting time, " should have " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. NANCY ANNE SOARES — Nance, Nan, BeFri . . . Friendly, talkative, gullible, sensitive . . . Peeves: Injuries, speed work. Echoes . . . Favorites: Jimmy, Color Guard (special years) 85-86; 86-87 (BLKG), X-Country track . . . Memories: Donna (stends), Tim (8-10-86), Boston (5-6-86), Band Camp 8 86, " pink towers, " " sure " . . . Thank you, Sandy . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love you. RENEE D. SOMERS — Ree, Smiley . . . Talkative, strange, friendly . . . Peeves: The Math Department, snobs, noisy chewers . . . Faves: Van Halen, " I can ' t function, " . . . dahdy, " The Chill " . . . Memories: Ides 86, " clever man " . . . Boston w the chill, 8 12 86, " Sweet 16, " Doat, " An- nette, " . . . Love and thanks Mom and Dad. SCOTT SPACK — Spacka, Spack Attack, Scant . . . Understanding, moody . . . Peeves: Busy signals, blowoffs, fixing the Mustang, nobody taking me seriously!, " get off the phone " . . . Favorites; Van Halen " Women in Love Beautiful Girls, " lasagna, Tootsie Roll Blow Pops, Vincents, " don ' t worry about it! " . . . Mustang on Road 11 85, Van Halen 8 15 86, Sum- mer of 86 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, bring back those ' Summer Nights. " JULIE A. SPICELY — Juls . . . Self-motivated, friendly, giggly . . . Peeves; Mondays, " Zucchini . . . Favorites; Janet J.s " Control, " " Crescent Ridge, " Yea, right!, business before pleasure . . . Memories: Mr. Gormley ' s class, Saturdays with Marc and Larry . . . Mom, thank you for everything . . . Bye school ... I just might miss ya Future Gordonite. SHIRLEY M. STRAUGHTER — Black Princess . . . Sensitive, sophisticated, sincere . . . Peeves; Ignorant people, bad grades, fights . . . Favorites: Freddi, Whitney, basketball, always and forever Algebra II with Mr. lacobacci . . . Memories: Savior ' s day. Cape Cod, Meeting Garfield R. Bright Jr., Ma, Father, family, Garfield, Hazel, Jongi, William . . . Thanks for all your support and confidence, I love you. RENEE D. SOMERS JULIE ANNE SPICELY I 4 SHIRLEY M. STRAUGHTER 49 DEBRA L. SWANBECK AMY ROSE TARPEY TERESA SUGRUE LONH KHEN SUM SYLVIA LYNN THEOBALD TERESA SUGRUE - Terri . . . Unpredictable, quiet . . . Peeves: Snobs, two faced people . . . Favorites: Journey, Faithfully, 4-wheel driving, " Get in Back " . . . Memories: 6 22 85 . . . the Van . . . Plans to go to Ireland to be married to John Michael . . . Lots of thanks to Mom. DAWNMARIE SURDAM — Dawn . . . Stubborn, short-tempered . . . Peeves: Jocks, waiting, snobs, Granadas, mornings, part-lime friends . . . Favorites: Wendy ' s salad bar. Domino ' s pizza, Zeppelin, Van Halen, 7 29 85, partying, big breakfasts, . . . Memories: Parties with Dan and Jackie, times with Dave, Robin ' s wedding,, memories with Perdue . . . Thanks Mom, Dad. and family, I love you Dave. DEBRA LYNN SWANBECK — Debbie . . . Easygoing, sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: Waiting, late people . . . Memories: Camp with Dave, McDonald ' s, " I ' ve got you in my scissors, " tag team duo, pee pee cheap, the boys, shot put crew, 8 23 86, Sugarloaf 86, Growing up with Emily and Atna, New Edition concert, Chris ' . . . Thanks, I love you, Mom. AMY ROSE TARPEY — Tarps. Tarphead, . . . Outgoing, friendly . . . Peeves: Adventure woman, bike riding through speed traps . . . Favorites: Hot chickie mau-mau, McDonald ' s, Why am I so queer?, Vince my mustang, Shirley . . . Memories: Sugarloaf 86, the boys, Diddleboro, the human vending machine. Growing up with Atna and Sombirm . . . Thanks and I love you. Mom, Dad and my whole family. JEFF TEPLITZ — Jeff, Tep . . . Athletic, friendly . . . Peeves: Mornings, los- ing, form running . . . Memories: Frosh football. Aspen Feb. 87, the old spa, the " taxi cab. " lifting at 6:30, leisure rock . . . Favorites: Football, ski- ing, baseball, 10 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Steven. SYLVIA L. THEOBALD — Quiet, sensitive . . . Peeves: Snobs, backstab- bers. busy signals . . . Favorites: Eagles " wasted time. " " Glory of Love " . . . Memories: Dad January 19, 1982. great times with friends and family. Best Buddies Cindy and Chris. Summer of 84 with Jean and Teresa . . . Thanks to my friends and family ... I love you. Mom . . . Glad to be out. JANET TIBERIAN — Jitch . . . Peeves: Junior prom memories, uniform days, needing a ride . . . Favorites: Cheerleading . . . Memories: Dancing, summer of 85. Nantasket . . . Thanks. Mom and Dad. DAWNMARIE SURDAM JEFFREY M. TEPLITZ JANET L. TIBERIAN 50 NOREEN T. TIERNEY TRACY TOOLE SUSAN L. TSINZO THERESA M. TIGGES KIMBERLY TOBINS NOREEN TIERNEY — Nor . . . Happy, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Curfews, deci- sions . . . Favorites: My Mustang, payday! . . . Memories: Beach-bound 86, 8 10 86, swimming, " SHOTS " " Nor the ??? " , basketball, Amherst w Kerry, party searches w Beth, " What do you wanna do? " , best of times w Ker, Kel, Ann, Lau, MA, El, and Hoi . . . Thanks Dad and Mom, I love you. THERESA TIGGES — Teri, . . . Friendly, sensitive, easily hurt . . . Favorites: " Stairway to Heaven, " " Hotel California, " " Friends and Lover, " home room walks. Burger King mornings . . . Memories: Heidi, Jim, Shortened Sean, Special Olympics, B-308, Robby C. forever . . . All my love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Mrs. Conroy, and Mr. Gormley! . . . I ' m now history! KIMBERLY TOBINS — Frenchie, Kimba . . . Loud, moody, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Waiting, secrets, nothing to wear, " friends that aren ' t, " the deadly 5 . . . Favorites: Being plastic, cheerleading, McDonald ' s, " tp-ing, " Doody- band, younger guys, a 4-ever friendship w Jill and Cheryl . . . Memories: 9 27 86, Spain 86, my sister Lola, special times w Brian, dinners w the girls, 32 and taken, my big brother, " check me. " Lau — Excuse me . . . sir " , . . . All my love, Mom and Dad. STEPHANIE L. TSINZO — Steph, Blondie . . . Friendly, impatient, gulli- ble . . . Peeves: Susan ' s party, broken friendships, curfews, getting lost, growing up, secrets . . . Favorites: Brady, swim team, Vermont, good times with good friends, the girls, GMH gang . . . Memories: " You don ' t know, you might fly, " the six of us. The Angel, Timmy 12 27 84 ... I love you. Mom and Dad. SUSAN L. TSINZO — Susie, Sue . . . Happy, moody, thoughtful. . . . Peeves: Getting grounded, curfews, working weekends, no money, the hammer, diets, fights . . . Favorites: Spending money, cashing checks, the beach, candy, Denn ' s, surprises, " The swill team " . . . Memories: 4 29 82, my party, the six of us. Teddy 5 9 86. the capeway junior year. American St., growing up with Jackie, Aerosmith, AC DC . . . Plans: Daytona bound 87 . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad JOHN T. VARY — J.T. . . . Quiet, sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: Monday morning, drugs . . . Favorites: Soccer, cook Chinese food, Christmas day, Kung fu, karate movies . . . Thanks to everyone who helped me. STEPHANIE L. TSINZO JOHN T. VARY 51 ERIC VICHNICK WILLET T. VARY RICHARD A. VENANZI DOUGLAS C. WEILER WILLET T. VARY — Quiet, calm . . . Peeves: Waking up on Monday mor- ning, hard rocks . . . Favorites; Soccer, science projects, programs . . . Memories; ' 84 and ' 85 picnic with teacher and friends . . . Thanks, Mrs. O ' Donnell for four great years . . . Thanks Mrs. Carreiro and all my other great teachers . . . thanks, Mom and Dad. RICHARD A. VENANZI — Dependable, ambitious, persevering . . . Favorites; Boston, outfield, the Police King of Pain, Karate, sailing, camp- ing, hiking . . . Memories; Stratton Mountain, Plymouth, dungeons and dragons, the pinegrove, . . . Hope to attend college to study engineering. RALPH VENTRESCO — Phalfa, Lamie, The Kid . . . Sarcastic, impatient, never serious . . . Peeves; Favors, warm swill, good vibrations . . . Memories; Spot parties, white-hooded sweatshirts, camping w Ted, noodles, patroling w Murf and Randy . . . Favorites; Beatles, Swill " Team, ATC ' s, obnoxious, get a grip, thanks to all . . . Love ya. Mom and Dad. ERIC VICHNICK — Vich. Fish . . . quiet, easygoing . . . Peeves; Work, rain, Mondays, math, people who put on an act, snobs, broken wrists . . . Favorites; Basketball, Boston, Phil Collins, Celtics, 5, 11 ... Memories; American Studies, " The Caravan, " cruise April 1986, Red Sox 1986 . . . Goals; To become a lawyer, be happy . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Lynn . . . " Shall I disturb the Universe " . MARIA VIEIRA — Ria, Risa, Shorty . . . Friendly, lazy, outgoi ng . . . Peeves; Waking up early, rainy days, liars, cliques, muggy weather . . . Favorites; Van Halen, Boston, Aerosmith, pizza . . . Memories; Good times with Pam, Gina, Kitty, Lucy, summer of ' 86, lohn, 2 12 86, laughs with Isabel ... I love you John . . , Many thanks to Mom and Dad. JENNIFER WATERMAN — Niffer, )enni . . . Outgoing, happy . . . Peeves; War, hate, cruelty to animals, close-minded people . . . Favorites; Howard Jones. Beatles, Monkees. 60 ' s peace, Boston, Cape, animals, raccoons, beaches . . . Memories; 8 17 84, Indian Head Resort, New Hampshire with Joe, cheat rummy, dancing, best friends forever with Lor. love to my family and my cat Prince ... I miss you Billy and Grandpa . . . Plans; Life and happiness with Joe, Lori, and all my animals. England. DOUGLAS CARL WEILER — Doug . . . Sensitive, friendly, adventurous . . . Peeves; Being bored and hungry, long lines . . . Favorites; Times spent with friends. Van Halen " 5150. " Eric Clapton, camping, canoeing, swimm- ing, fishing . . . Memories; Jazz concert and marching bands, Washington D C. 5 86, summer of 85 with Bob and Sue, 4th of July in Vermont, tubing the West River, " look at those rapids! " Alpine Slide " I went so fast " . Parkwood Beach. Sebago Lake fishing " Calm down! " . . . Love to Mom. Dad, and Gretch. MARK WESCOTT — Gazoo . . . " Mello " driver, funny . . . Peeves; Crun- ching ice. slow drivers . . . Favorites; " Don ' t worry about it. " cars, Chinese food . . . Memories; The Gang and the Pits, hornet mailbox, Chevelle and Grand Prix, all the special times with Lisa, and many more . . . Thanks for everything, Mom and Dad. RALPH A. VENTRESCO MARIA VIEIRA JENNIFER L. WATERMAN MARK WESTCOTT 52 LISA DAVID S. CHERYL WHITMAN WILLARD WILLIAMS JEFFREY WINN ALAN YARMALOFF JACQUELINE YOUNG LISA WHITMAN — Whitty, Slim . . . Loud, talkative, wild . , . Peeves; Friends that aren ' t, phony people . . . Favorites; Van Halen, terriaki, " Hey, whatever floats your boat. " Iron Maiden, 8, " I ' m so alone " . . . Memories; 8 22 86, Cape Cod ' 86, the blue car, time with Julie, Junior Prom, Hallo- ween night, 10 29 85, silly talks with Kim and Colleen ... I miss you Donnelly ... I love you always Michael, Thanks Mom and Dad. DAVID S. WILLARD — Dave, Willard, Hopalong . . . Quiet, friendly, car- ing . . . Peeves; Being crippled, boring weekends, exams, lots of people in Commons . . . Favorites; Skiing, golf, swimming, going to Cape Cod . . . Memories; Being drunk at hospital, NH, learning to ski. CHERYL ANN WILLIAMS — Sensitive, talkative, moody . . . Peeves: Hangovers, gym, getting up in the morning, backstabbers . . . Favorites; Triumph, Steve Miller, partying, " Against the Wind, " Maddog, " do the right thing, " " down on the corner, " Jimmy Page . . . Memories; 2 8 86, summer of ' 86, 5 19 81 . . . Rose, you ' re the best . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I love ya! See ya. JEFFREY WINN — Sarcastic, devious, sly . . . Peeves; Obnoxious, loud, Sundays, boredom, lame, herpes . . . Favorites: Early Thursdays, homeroom, road trips, green monster, easy, times w Sean, born to be wild . . . Memories; Teddy Bear, on the bus, boohogs, double trouble. The Zone, Lauderdale, brother of Jack . . . Love and Thanx to Mom and Dad. MICHELLE WISE — Independent, confused . . . Peeves: " Lemmings, " polyester, colds . . . Favorites; Fireplaces, beaches at night . . . Memories: Soccer, summer 84, Jenn, Hull 5J ' s, shot put crew. Paragon. 6 weeks with Melissa, Breadloaf (2), Field Park in the rain, sharks. The Alarm, 8-86. Tom Petty (2), Party 84, Flamingo Kids, muck, Christmas mornings, love to a family . . . thanx LA PAZ. ALAN YARMALOFF — Squid, Big Al . . . Short-tempered, funny . . . Peeves: Pregnant ladies in LTDs, vests, nonserious games . . . Favorites: Section 8, Kramer, Pink Floyd, Datson Beast . . . Memories: Jamming, homeroom. New Hampshire, Hi., Bonfires, Igg, the Germans, Sue, Dan, Ken, Boys of summer, " eastside, " . . . well . . . Yiddishhen, Thanx, Mom and Dad. DAVID YOUNG — Youngo, Primetime . . . Peeves: " Around t he far soccer goal and meet me at the sled, " " Just 5 more minutes, " waking up, refs . . . Favorites; Homeroom with Jeff and Al, early Thurs. with Jeff, the family trucksters, camp with Deb, freshman football. The Great Escape, the Ter- minators . . . Memories; Wrestling and football . . . Thanks for everything. Mom and Dad, especially the money. JACQUELINE YOUNG — Jackie, Jack . . . Talkative, friendly, complainer . . . Favorites; Boston, roses, " call on me " . . . Memories: " Us 6, " 4 29 82, 10 26 82, growing up with Susan . . . Best times with Pam . . . Kevin 2 15 86. ROBIN YOUNG — Independent, active, sarcastic . . . Peeves: My bladder, waiting, fakes . . . Favorites; Friends, food, skiing, beach, field hockey, Spain, Mustang . . . Memories; Dunfeys, New Hampshire weekend, old spa. The Gang, 3 Musketeers. " We ' ve got a car. a house . . ., " my city, " Paradise, " papaya punch and the capt., early morns. " I ' m perfect " . . . Love and thanks to my teachers. Mom and Dad. MICHELLE L. WISE DAVID C. YOUNG ROBIN YOUNG 53 ROSE MARIE ZADRA Rosebud, Bruno " Hello, how are ya? Memories: ' Feb. ' 84. 6 20 86. 11:59, " Benchin ' w Lauper, " " Is that you? " trashbags and trenchcoats, Pats games and joy barrels, 1 24 86 Vags, Summer ' 86, everything else I forgot, with special thanks and love to Mom, Dad, and family. RONALD ZAPUSTAS Zappa, Zap . . . Procrastinating, easy-going . . . Peeves: Gym, sunglasses at night, hats in school . . . Memories: Freshman football, basketball. Aliza Jane, everything but Alyssa . . . Paranoid, talkative, goofy . . . Peeves: Being ignored, not knowing, sharing ' t the same guy, " listen, " wrong name . . . Favorites: " Our little family, " the Moos, 4 Lavs, Hoover, Brady sisters, skiing, rainy talks, " Where the boys are, " Chu-B . . . Memories: 9 27 86, Hampton, white hooded sweatshirts, 7 1 86, California, w Luther. 54 IN MEMORIAM ' Sometimes in the morning I catch a fall- ing dream, disappearing scene, and think of I someone that I will never see again ... " a. EDWARDS) The theme of the 1987 STOTONIAN is friends and friendship. Too many of our classmates take their friends and friendships for granted . . . that is, until our friends move away out of our lives temporarily or permanently . . . it may be to college or out of town . . . we miss them . . . but we remember them forever. . . . But to too many of us, a friendship, abruptly and cruelly, came to an end in 1986, with the passing of Billy Pastman. Bill passed through this world for too brief a time, leaving his memory with his classmates and friends. A good measure of the esteem in which he was held can be seen in the numerous listings in the " write-ups " in this yearbook in which individuals say, in so many words, " We ' ll always remember you, Billy. " May these listings serve as a remem- brance and permanent memorial. May the passage of time ease the pain of the loss of Bill Pastman and Don- nelly Morgan . . . May this page in the STOTONIAN, years hence, serve in memoriam. MEMORIES OF DONNELLY She taught us to laugh She taught us to cry She taught us to believe She taught us to say good-bye Standing there As early as the dawn So willing to grow Too soon she was gone A bud yearning for sun Yearning for the light So unaware As she slips into the night Always a friend So many dreams Yet leaving behind her Such great memories Tribute by: Lisa Whitman 55 Approaching the dance floor are KelU Logan and Matt Gilman. 56 PROM QUEEN AND COURT (AND ESCORTS): Allisa Gill (Rich Doyle), Renee Somers (Brett Raymond), Queen Synneve Carlino (Herb Stickler), Antoinnetta Coimbra (Larry Carella). Rose Curtis (Jeff Teplitz). rbie Regan and Sean Kelley take a breather. Class officers Robin Young and Duke Donoghue join class advisor Kathryn Cullen in an approving appraisal of the prom scene. the hand jive! Steph Hoffman captures a special moment on film. March 8 1986 JUNIOR PROM Blue Hills Country Club ' )tt C. Kramer and Dave Lambert propose a St. Antoinetta Coimbra receives her bouquet. 57 Teachers and students socialize at Class of ' 87 back-to-school reception. " I saw him first! " Back-to-School Reception Members of the Student Council hosted the annual reception in the library on Sept. 18 to welcome faculty members into the 1986-87 school year. Active participants in the Council prepared cakes and coffee for the event, along with donations from local bakeries. Student Council holds the annual event to permit Students and Faculty to mingle before the hectic school year takes control fo their lives. Susan Malone seems transfixed by the point Mr. James Gormley is making. Proving that too many cooks don ' t " spoil the broth " are Kim Tobins. Jill Cohen, Janice Lorenz. Heid? Ostroff, Robin Young and Chris Fogarty. 58 11 Kane, Renee Pellerin, Cheryl Gagnon and Chris Fogarty were among the four classes of physics students who participated in the Third Annual Bridge ay. Each student was asked to construct a bridge made of toothpicks to demonstrate the principles involved in the nh vsical law of force. r. Carey and Jon Rosenblatt set up for annual bridge day. For Peter Freedman it ' s not " troubled waters " but a " troubled bridge. " 59 Laura Stevens ' 86 crowns her successor as Homecoming Quee ' n, Stephanie Tsinzo. (Other couples on this page are members of the Homecoming Court and their escorts. Ralph Ventresco and Susan Sherman. Duke Donoghue and Robin Young HOMECOMING A loss to Sharon did not dampen Homecoming festivities. A rare good- weather day drew many students and alumni to the game. At halftime Stephanie Tsinzo was crowned Stoughton High ' s newest queen. Following the contest, parents, students, and faculty were served a delicious spaghetti supper at the an- nual Senior Sketti Supper, an event which goes back many, many years in SHS tradition. During the halftime ceremony, Queen Stephanie Tsinzo and her escort, Steven Raymond, are { i ed by Dr. Murray, Mrs. CuUen, and Mr. Sarno. 60 nice Lorenz clowns around. Homecoming escort Ralph Ventresco rolls up his sleeves and goes to work collecting tickets for the Sketti Supper. 61 63 Most Spirited Kerry Jennings Rich Doyle Most Humorous Barbara Ceven Kevin Murphy Nicest Eyes Gail Kennedy Tom Shirikjian Class Actors Tom Day Cathy Mootos Most Typical Senior Brad Miller Janice Lorenz Nicest Smile Chris Fogarty Duke Donoghue Cutest Mike Bento Michelle Kelly Friendliest Kevin Murphy Debbie Swanbeck Most Talkative Dan Litwack Janice Lorenz Most Athletic Bill Kane Tracy Aguiar 64 Most Likely to Succeed Robin Young Mike Poshkus Best Dressed Shirley Straughter Mike Gleason Most Artistic Heidi Ostroff Dale Lerette Best Musician Bill Kane Synneve Carlino Most Happy-Go-Lucky Kevin Murphy Kerry Jennings Class Couple Craig Gerome Tracy Aguiar Most Popular Kevin Murphy Janice Lorenz Best Buddies Cindy Goldstein Ida Katzoff MOST LIKELY TO. . . Be Picked Most Likely . . . Kevin Murphy Janice Lorenz 65 Robin Kravetz promotes a sale at Charles. Steve Leahy at the Music Machine. 66 67 FACULTY ADMINISTRATION • 69 The Big Change • 72 Administration • 70 In Memoriam • 74 Faculty • 71 Lest We Forget (alphabetically) I DEDICATION We express our appreciation to the faculty and their efforts to provide us with the " best. " We are thankful to the advisors, paid and unpaid, of extra- curicular activities. They make coming to school worthwhile. Particularly, we salute the advisors oi each of the classes who, above all, manage to keep " spirit " going at SHS. We dedicate the Faculty Section of the 1967 STOTO- NIAN to Mrs. Kathryn CuJJen, the dynamic, dedicated, devoted advisor of the Class of 1987. The Big Change Several changes in key administrative positions in 1987 have given a new look to both the central and high school of- fices. These changes will affect the operation of the school for years to come. Two vacancies started the whole thing — the departure of Dr. Carol Wareing who had served as assis- tant superintendent just before school opened in August, and the retirement of Mr. Robert McLaughlin as assistant principal in December. Mr. McLaughlin was a member of the SHS faculty since 1950. He taught and was head of Social Studies until 1963 when he was named assistant principal. He was in charge of scheduling classes, teachers, and students, and introduced computer scheduling to the mammoth, complicated process. A Navy bomber pilot during World War II. McLaughlin re- mained in the Reserves and rose to rank of Commander. Students mostly knew him because he was the " voice of SHS " — the first voice you heard every morning with the moment of meditation, the salute to the flag, and the daily announcements. Enjoy your much-deserved retirement, Mr. McLaughlin, with the thanks of thousands of students who have benefited from your efforts. Mr. lames Boushell. a business-ed teacher for 21 years at SHS and Director of that department, took over for Mr. McLaughlin. Mr, " jeff " Fanning was named as assistant superintendent, Mr. Fanning had been at SHS for 13 years, first as a science teacher and then as assistant principal. Mr. James Gormley moves in as assistant principal to replace Mr. Fanning after 13 years as a Social Studies teacher. All three were head coaches at one time: Fanning in foot- ball. Boushell in baseball, and Gormley in hockey. The ' 87 STOTONIAN wishes Messrs. Fanning. Gormley, and Boushell the best of luck on their new positions. The Guidance Department also made changes. Mrs. lane Sheehan became Director replacing Mr. James Murphy who went to Massasoit, and Mr. Michael " Ron " Homer left his English classroom to become a counselor. Mr. Michael Homer r. Geoffrey Fanning Mr. James Gormley Mr. James Boushell 69 ttniittiiiii WrrW LOVE ANt) ADMIRATION wwww III tinut III 1 1 mTT ffifiiiiiiiimiiniitumm Mr. Thomas MecWiroS PEDICATION TKe 1987 Stoxon an FiculT Y SecTiion S dedicated xo rKe memory of MnThcmcjs Medeiros, Nox only was ke a Pin€ xeacUer-Ke w: s an inspiration end fnend xo all wKo Knew Kim. A pan: of k m will liv on Tor ver w xWm each of ust um mrnm steal i Cannon Cidado Croteau Crowley Kmiec IcCarthy Lest We Forget . . . On the previous pages we have said good-bye to administrators who have left us througn retirement or who have left the classroom to go into administration, or who, sadly, have left us and the world per- manently. On the next few pages we say good-bye to the teachers who have guided us in the classroom our senior year. On this page, we remember (and say good-bye) to teachers who presided over our classrooms for the first three years of our high school years: Chris Brady Social Studies Marianne Cannon English Leonard Cidado Science Carrieann Crouteau Social Studies Jane Crowley Home Economics Joan Dandratz Mathematics Joseph Dawe Social Studies Dianne Howard Mathematics Kathleen Hunt Home Economics Peter Kmiec Industrial Arts Maureen Maher Foreign Languages Deborah Margarite Science Arthur McCarthy Distributive Education Thomas McDermott Librarian James Murphy Guidance Jean Pantanella English Linda Peirce Physical Education Joseph Powers Physical Education Sylvia Roberts Mathematics William Rudder Mathematics Carol Wareing Assistant Superintendent ... to any one else with whom we have come in contact during our high school career and whom we may have overlooked . . . we say Thanks and So Long . . . Howard Hunt Maher Margarite McDermott Murphy Powers Rudder Wareing 71 ADMINISTRATION HIGH SCHOOL Anthony L Sarno. Jr Principal TO THE CLASS OF 1987: TOWN OF STOUGHTON MASSACHUSETTS 02072 STOUGHTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 344 4000 January 30, 1987 Mr. Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Principal Mr. Jerome Cullen Attendance Manager Mrs. Judith Ventresco Attendance Center On behalf of the Stoughton High School Administration and staff, I wish to extend congratulations to the members of the Class of 1987 upon the successful completion of their high school career. The Class of 1987 has displayed exemplary school pride and spirit during the past four years. Your efforts in these areas have helped to provide an atiiiOsphere at Stoughton High School conducive to sound and exciting learning. I would also like to thank and co ngratulate your parents and teachers. Their dedication, support, and understanding have contributed greatly to your success. In closing, I wish every member of the Class of 1987 health, happiness, and success in all of their future endeavors. It has been a privilege for me to be a part of your life. Si ncerel y L Mr. Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Pri nci pal icere 1 y , ALS jb Mrs. Marcelyn Curry Nurse Ms. Cheryl Anderson Librarian •.I m % (Front) Mrs. )osephine Mullins (Caf. Manager), Mrs. Marian Giles Mrs. F . Podgurski. (Rear) Mrs. Ellen Hockmuth. Mrs. Mildred Morrell. Mrs. Mur Hadley. Mr. Ray O ' Malley Director of Athletics Mr. Robert Sheehan Chief Custodian Mrs. Joanne Hanscom, Mrs. Barbara Sims 72 Dear Members of the Class of 1987: Each time you look through this wonderful yearbook, I hope you will recall the happy times spent with good friends at Stoughton High School. Promise yourself now that you will take time in the future to stay in touch with those who meant so much to you during these past years. The time and years will pass quickly but true friendship, if worked at, never fades. As Superintendent, may I take this opportunity to thank you for the many kindnesses you have extended to me personally. I have enjoyed sharing in the activities in which you have participated and I am very proud of all of you. On behalf of the staff and faculty, please accept our sincere thanks for assisting and helping us achieve our goals as educators. We hope we have aided you in realiz- ing your potential as a human being, and have instruc- tually prepared you for all your future endeavors. My best wishes and congratulations to you, your parents and loved ones on the occasion of your gradua- tion from Stoughton High School. May the years ahead be kind to you. Dr. John G. Murray Superintendent of Schools Dear Class of 1987: It is with great pride and humility that I accept the rare honor and opportunity to congratulate you on your high school graduation. Less man thirty years ago, I shared some of the same hopes, fears, and dreams that you are experiencing today as you graduate from Stoughton High School. Your class holds a very special place in my heart. Some of you were part of my first class of students and, together, we shared our first formal learning experiences. What precious and wonderful memories your first drawings and concepts elicited in the hearts of your families and teachers. We watched with joy and awe as you made those first giant steps into the world. And now you are called upon to take a bigger leap into another time and place — the future. The challenges ahead of you are greater than in any other era of our history, but the same guidelines that have brought you successfully to the present will serve you well in the years to come. You will need to continue to work hard and become involved with your fellow man to make the world more just. Life will require commitment and caring, but no matter what you attempt after graduation, take pride in yourself and have faith in your ability to achieve your goals and dreams. The School Committee will continue to uphold the high standards and work to ensure the ruture excellence of the Stoughton Schools. With much love and affection, Margaret N. Sewcyk, Chai rperson Stoughton School Committee SCHOOL COMMITTEE: (Seated) Mrs. Margaret N. Sewcyk (chairperson). (Stan- ding) Mr. Michael Lanner, Mr. David Camacho, Dr. Joseph F. Harrington, Dr. Guy A. Tardanico. CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 73 BUSINESS EDUCATION: Computers . . . bits and bytes . . . " boot up the machine " . . . PASCAL, BASIC . . . " don ' t touch that button " . . . typ- ing . . . pistachios . . . shorthand . . . word processing . . . how about that track team! ENGLISH: Summer reading . . . Shakespeare . . . Dickens . . . Macbeth . . . Cliff Notes . . . " Knuckle Sandwich " . . . " Take out your little yellow assignment notebook " . . . " Who cares? " . . . essays . . . outside reading . . . fragments, run-ons . . . analogies . . . SAT ' s! Mr. Herbert Aalpoel Math Mr. William Berry For. Lang. Mr. Stanley Barac Ind. Arts Mrs. Karen Benjamin Director For. Lang. Ms. Marilyn Berman Soc. Stud. Mr. fames Boushell Director Bus. Ed. Mr. Joseph Bridgeforth Soc. Stud. Ms. Elizabeth Buckley English Mr. Donald Bernier Bus. Ed. Mrs. Beverly Bucklin Home-Ec. 74 Mr. Warner Bucklin Soc. Stud. Mr. Edward Cabral Math Mrs. Sheila Campbell Reading Mr. Michael Carey Science Ms. Anna Carreiro For. Lang. virs. MaryAnne Casserly 4ome-Ec. I Mr. Joseph Chamberlain English Mr. Bruce Cherner English Mr. Ronald Christianson Director Music Mr. James Clark English The foundation of every state is the education of its youth — DIOGENES i ( i 1 i 1 1 75 Teaching is not a lost art; but the regard for it is a lost tradition, -jaquesbarzun Mr. Frank Coen English Mrs. )ulie Conroy Spec. Ed. Mrs. Mary Alice Cottle Bus. Ed. Mrs. Kathryn Cullen English Dr. Daniel Davis Director Soc. Stud. I Mrs. Kathryn Dawe English Mr. John Denison English Mrs. Linda Dolan Director Drama Mr. John Douglas Science Mr. John Downs Math 76 iMr. William Fedora Science Mr. Leonard Finn Director Ind. Arts Mr. Alton Flynn Bus. Ed. Mrs. Michelle Foley Phys-Ed. Miss Patricia Ford Phys-Ed. Mrs. Claire Carney For. Lang. Miss Linda Glover English Mr. Richard Greer Soc. Stud. Mrs. Ellen Griffin Home-Ec. Mrs. Winifred Gunderson Math FINE ARTS; Music . . . Toronto ' 84, Philadelphia ' 85, D.C. ' 86, Newport . . . " now play that with some intensity " . . . hubba- bubba-triple-double-bubble gum . . . " . . . " Off the line! " . . . " Bring it in " . . . Art . . . individualistic, creative, Christmas stockings, stipple, " now try it again, bigger! " . . . radio, tv, drama . . . SHS Productions, Knightline, bat- tery pack . . . FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Declensions . . . conjugations . . . " Let ' s swing some heavy bats! " " Right, Coach! " . . . Chop, chop " . . . transla- tions . . . tenses . . . Don Quixote . . . " Good doobies! " oral quizzes . . . " minus one for no homework " . . . " In a nutshell " . . . Hey big guy! " 77 Mr. Bruce Jackman Mr. Paul Jacobs Mrs. Marie Jardin Mrs. Barbara Kane Mrs. Thea Kauffman Phys-Ed Director Phys-Ed Spec. Ed. Spec. Ed. Aide Science Learning is the eye of the mind THOMAS PRAXE HISTORY: Wars . . . heroes down " . . . witch trials reading? " . questions . " silence " . . " take this date George Washington . . . . . " Did everybody do the plebes . . . maps . . . essay . resident barbarian . . . field trips . . . " Clearly — HOME ECONOMICS: Foods to go ... stitch . . . dart . . . machine needle size 14 . . . Va cup sugar . . . use the rubber spatula . . . patterns . . . bobbin and cover ... set it on Vaths . . . aprons . . . Mr. Peter Kinberg Soc. Stud. Mrs. Janet Krol Math Mr. Dale LaVelle For. Lang. Mrs. Janice Ledwith Bus Ed. Mrs. Virginia Lima For. Lang. Mr. Peter Maccini Science Mrs. Dorothy MacQuown Spec. Ed. Mr. Francis Maioli Bus. Ed. 79 I Mr. Edward McCarthy Soc. Stud. Mr. Kevin McCormick Soc. Stud. Mrs. Ueborah McHugh-Conrad Rii : F.ri Mr. Francis McLellan English Mrs. Karen McSweeney Bus. Ed. Mr. Richard Mendes Art Mr. Charles Meroth Phys-ed. Mr. Paul Monti Science Mr. Robert Moore Math Mr. Thomas Moscato Math INDUSTRIAL ARTS: . . . wood shop . . . welding . . . sawdust . . . small-engine repair . . . scrap metal . . . drill press . . . MATHEMATICS: Seagulls are flyin ' low today " . . . fun in the sun test . . . " In essence " . . . variables ... " I can ' t do word pro- blems! " . . . " Could you get busy please! " . . . " Thank you very much " . . . " Get with the program! " . . . cloggs . . . Math Olympiad . . . " put it up on the overhead " . . . 80 The three foundations of learning: seeing much, suffering much, and studying much. CATHERALL Mr. Patrick Nessar Ind. Arts Mr. Richard Novak Distr-ed Mr. Ray O ' Malley Soc. Stud. Mrs. Jean Peterson Home-ec ) I m Mr. John Perry Math Ms. Lori Pinkham EngHsh Mrs. Helen Rabouin Bus. Ed. Mrs. Rosahne Rosenburg Math 81 I .J • ji a. SCIENCE: " Can ' t have lab 4-eva " . . . " Mighty Mitochondria " . . . " rats " . . . " OK, now tidy up! " . . . lab reports . . . elements . . . periodic table . . . " Alright " . . . asexual reproduction . . . " You ' re all a bunch of broccoli " . . . DNA . . . " Wake up and smell the flowers " . . . PHYSICAL EDUCATION: " OK! Outside and two times around the track " . . . " Boys 15 pushups and girls 5 " ... " Get going or sit down and take a zero " . . . " Dressed " . . . medical excuse . . . Mr. Francis Santoro For. Lang. Mrs. Kathryn Shaffer Art Mrs. Joan Shannahan Director Home Ec Ms. Barbara Sinclair Reading Dr. Margaret Sorenson Science Mrs. Carol St. Jean Bus. Ed. Mr. Sumner Tapper English Miss Donna Teper Music Mrs. Louise Terra Bus. Ed. Mr. David 1 ucKer Soc. Stud. 82 rs. Ruth Weiner I iglish Mrs. Virginia White Teacher Aide ;UIDANCE I Oh, those DEADLINES!! . . . " Where do I sign for the SAT ' s? " . . . cooking with Martha . . . mscripts . . . scholarship information . . . lange in schedules . . . sign up in the lidance Office today! Mr. Stephen Woodruff Director Math Mr. Jon Zeeland Science Miss Colleen O ' Neil Science Mr. William Andrews Mr. Michael Homer Mr. Leon Kahn Mrs. Martha McNevin Guidance Secretary Mrs. Barbara O ' Donnell Mrs. Jane Sheehan Director Guidance 83 Is til a. HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE CHAMPIONS — 1987 Larry Johnson Illustration 84 ill SPORTS SECTION • 86 Cheerleaders • 88 Football •90 Field Hockey • 92 Soccer (Boys) • 94 Soccer (Girls) • 95 Swimming • 96 Cross-Country • 97 League All-Stars • 98 Golf • 99 Gymnastics • 100 Basketball (Boys) • 102 Basketball (Girls) • 104 Hockey • 106 Wrestling • 108 Indoor Track ■DEDICATION- We salute the tournament teams: soccer, field hockey, and boys basketball; we honor coaches Douglas, Mark, and Hurley for winning records extending for several seasons . . . we dedicate the Sports Sec- tion of the STOTONIAN to the boys basketball team for preventing a dull winter with an exciting brand of basketball. 85 [i Bishop Hardy Hoffman 1986-1987 SOCCER, FOOTBALL, HOCKEY, BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Kelly Logan. Kim Tobins. Gina Hardy. Ian Tiberian, Kim Arruda. (2nd) Jamie Ruggiero, Niki Dangelico, Miken Lalli, Lori Goodkin, Laurie Bishop. (Rear) Gail Kennedy, Susan Eric kson, Janell Barrett, Stephanie Hoffman, Chrissy Carroll, Julie Marshall. (Not Present) Renee Mason. 86 1986 VARSITY: (Front) Pat Donnelly, Gregg Clickstein, Tom Keane, [eff Teplitz. Kevin Murphy. Dave Skoletsky. Dave Young, Bill Kane. Brian Marsh Mike Carroll, Brad Miller, Matt Brackman, Head Coach Fitzgerald. (2nd) Coach Martin, Dan Bryan, Bob Barksdale. Steve Scibbetta, Brian Straughter. Br Brooker, Alan Oppenheim, Mitch Lerner, Chuck McCabe, Paul Calvin, Jim Butler, Joe McCullough, Bob Cabrero, Coach Cotter. (Rear) Brien Massie. Sti McGillicuddy, Terry Stead, Shawn Silva, Tony Blakely, Rob Florio, Dave Fleischman, lohn Pitta, Matt McKinnon, John Freeman, Tony Orlando, Bob Ge Phil Halperin, Coach Harte. (Not Pictured) Tom Shirikjian. Carroll Miller Kane shows some open field moves. Donnelly Capt. Young Brian Straughter fields a kick and is on his way ott Ehrlich runs away from the pack. When those Knights come marching in . FOOTBALL The football team had their best record in four years. Under second year coach Tom Fitzgerald, the team managed to establish a league record of 3-5 (3-7 overall). Capt. Bill Kane, a hard-hitting fullback was named to the Hockomock League all-star team. Highlights of the season were victories over Mansfield, King Philip and Franklin. The Black Knights had other strong perfor- mances against Olvier Ames and Lincoln- Sudbury (the eventual Super Bowl winner). The Class of 1987 has a strong football tradition. Many members of this year ' s varsi- ty had played together four years ago on the freshman team under then coach Steve Moriarty and had a 5-2 record. Tri-captains Dave Skoletsky, Dave Young, and Bill Kane, together with Kevin Murphy, Jeff Teplitz, and Pat Donnelly were all four-year players. The ' 90 freshman team showed potential for coming years with a 6-2 record under coach Scott Goode. Capt. Kane Murphy ackman Marshall Clickstein Keane 89 til .Ji [21 Aguiar Bechet Faust Fogarty FIELD HOCKEY For the third straight year the field hockey team emerged as league champions, but as was the case with so many ties during the season, they had to share the pennant with another team, Oliver Ames. After graduating ten seniors last year, the team seemed ready for a rebuilding year. No one was predicting another victorious season. However, there was no stopping an attack built around league leading scorer Tracy Aguiar, couple d with a strong defense led by another all-star, Karen Holmes, and some outstanding goal tending by a third all-star, Nancy Bechet. Add to this a lot of hard work and desire by the whole squad. For the fourth year in a row, the stickers ad- vanced to the state tournament and met their perennial foe and co-titlist, Oliver Ames. There was to be no repeat of last year and the girls lost 1-0, hardly a blemish on an impressive record. The junior varsity, boasting many excellent prospects for future years, also finished in first place for the year. Cohen Elasowich Foster Macrogianis and Elasowich move out on the offense All-star goalie Nancy Bechet crouches in goal during Stoughton defensive corner as Malone, Cohei Herlihy, and Holmes lead the defense against the enemy attack. 1986 VARSITY: (Front) Nancy Bechet, Karen Holmes, Randi Elasowich, Michelle Kelly, Kathy Gitto, Jil Cohen, Susan Malone, Tracy Aguiar, Chris Goldberg, Renee Conti, Christine Jelloe. (Rear) Coach Dan Mark, Karen McGowan, Julie Goldman, Cori Herlihy, Marie Macrogianis, Janice Lorenz, Ali Shirikjian, Amy Foster, Robin Young, Lisa Faust, Dawn Lanciani, Kathy Bulger, Patti Grasso, Christine Fogarty, Cheryl Lipsky. 90 umdt ' mlklti ' m ' - ' t 1 bin Young concentrates as she takes the of- Lisive corner 1986 lUNIOR VARSITY; (Kront) lennifer Sears. Kim Bernard, Christine Morales, |ill Fitzgerald, Diana Stenstrom. Erin Leary. Pam Barry, lennifer Boushell. Colleen O ' Connell. Stacey Piselli. lennifer Crosscup. (Rear) Amy Lubofsky. Dessie Konsas. Donna McNamara. Andrea Karavetsos. lackie Magna. Stacey Beaton. Pam Berler. Kim Barry, Paula Lorenz, Crislen Herlihy. jennifer Maioc- co. Stacey Cohen. Diane Kilroe. Lisa Mazzachelli. Lisa Rosa. Dianne Foley. Aimee Lipman. Coach Blye. I pt. Chris Fogarty leads the powerful defense upfield. Coach Dan Mark ' s pep talks at halftime kept Stoughton ' s league leaders on their toes. Macrogianis Young Awaiting the foe I 91 1986 VARSITY: (Front) Dana Beaton, Anthony Costanzo, Scott Boland, Richard Enos, Pablo Bonomi, Pat Barbosa. Ignacio Silva, John Vary. (Rear) Coai Lucio Santos, Capt. Mike Bradbury, Jay Gill, Bob Nevelus, Tom Mahan, John Gillis, Richard Lorenco, Julio Molto, Andy Wegman, Capt. Chris MercandanI onstanzo displays ball control Mercandante in another save Chief unloads a shot Enos powers the midfield SOCCER The varsity soccer team finished its season v-ith an impressive 11-5-2 record. The Knights jiard work and determination brought them to he quarter finals of the State tournament, irhere they lost a tough match 1-0 to a highly anked Franklin team. The offense of the team was led by Ignacio lilva. Co-captains Chris Mercandate (in goal) nd Mike Bradbury controlled the mid-field and lefense. All three were named as Hockomock .eague All-Stars. The fine results for the season vere not achieved by any " stars " ; success may le credited to a total team effort. The soccer jayvees finished with a record of -6-1. Next year ' s team looks strong with many eturnees and some excellent jv prospects. 1986 lUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Mall McLaughlin. Sergio Movea. John Nunes, Adam Genovese, John Morada. Nelson Bronco. Nelson Hermingeldo. (Rear) Coach Lucio Sanlos, )oe Baela, Capl. Manny deAndrade, Tom Bradbury, David Bornstein. Frank Alves. Milan, Capt. Joe Consalves, (Not Pictured) Coach Tony Gomes, Mike Tierney. ' he Jayvees prepare for another tough match. tadie Avalar controls the tempo in a JV game 93 Capt. Dykes Capt. Tsinzo Capt. Tierney Guerrera STATE COED CHAMPS SWIMMING The swim team had its most succesil year ever with a 5-6 record. The team ; a whole was strong throughout the sea. ' with particularly strong performar, registered by Bob Paulkner, Jennifer Ng, Steve Tierney. Jennifer Seaver was hone with an All-scholastic listing. Controversy marred the season, howe as some other towns refused to accept ruling by state authorities that coed te have their own tournament. The StougJ team had to await a day in court and a d sion which dismissed a challenge to the s rule before it had its day in the pool. Coach Chris Brady held the team toge during these tentative days and they rai to win the first State Coed Championship; Highlights included Tierney ' s Faulkner ' s school records, team nicknar and those long daily bus rides. Jennings Coach Brady Locked in combat Alexson goes for a shot GIRLS SOCCER The girls soccer team finished its fall season with a 1-12-1 record. This was only the second year for the new sport in varsity competition, and the lack of experience combined with a small squad contributed to the losing record. Nevertheless, there was an upbeat feeling all year. The girls worked hard all year behind coach Sue Braen. Lisa Alexson, Anna Medeiros, and Donna Mercandante all had commendable years. Mercandante was honored as team MVP for the second year in a row. 1986 VARSITY: (Front) Karen Macrogianis, Teresa Crowell, Ana Medeiros, Tara Carey, Wendy Can- or, Florabella Andrade. (Rear) Michelle Wise, Eileen Malloy, Renee Dias, Capt. Donna Mercan- lante, Capt. Lisa Alexson, Melisa Dugan, Evelyn Large. Coach Sue Braen. 95 Rosenberg 0% Hall Poshkus Sanford [J .J ' X CROSS COUNTRY 5 - . ' Let ' s go, Mike! Come on, girls, push it!! The boys cross-country team dropped to a 5-3 record and a consecutive meet-win record of 19 was finally snapped at mid-season with a loss to a tough Foxboro team. The SHS attack was led by its top four run- ners: Mark Gomes, Jeff Vigue, Lonel Hall, and Jay Rosenberg. Fifth position on the team alter- nated between Steven Moore, Kevin McNamara, Chris Dexter, and Corey Brown. Though Stoughton ' s three losses placed them fourth in dual meets in the league, a strong run by rookie Jeff Vigue helped the Knights snag se- cond in the League Meet. A record-breaking per- formance by Gomes helped SHS to place 7th in the South Shore Principal ' s Meet. Finally, in spite of the absence of two of its three captains, the harriers placed 11th in the EMass Div. Ill State Meet. Coach John Hurley ' s coaching record went to 39-9 in seven years, including four league champs during that period. 96 Don ' t get lost, guvs! cn 1986 BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: (Front) Corey Brown, Dave Grant, Jeff Vigue, Chris Dexter Gomes, Justin O ' Leary, Kevin McNamara. (Rear) Danny Paukner, Shahin Ali, Steve Moore, Sanford, Mike Poshkus, Jay Rosenberg, Lionel Hall, coach John Hurley. In the Hockomock League meet, the girls cross-country team finished 3rd. In the State meet they finished 12th out of 35 teams in their division. In the South Shore Meet, the girls placed 6th out of 17 teams. The girls have improved immensely over the past 3 years under the coaching of Mike Baxter. The league record this year was 4-4, the best the girls have ever performed in cross-country. Outstanding individual efforts in- cluded those of (all-league) sophomore Tina ' Rettman, placing 5th in the league meet, 12th in the South Shores, and 36th in the States. l6 GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY: (Front) Donna Guilfoyle, Nancy Soares, Cheryl Lidstone, Laura Bty. (Rear) Jennifer McGarry, Tina Rettman, Janine Catalano, Sue Raisty, coach Mike Baxter. hancy Bechet Karen Holmes ina Rettman Bill Kane HOCKOMOCK ALL-STARS Tracy Aguiar Field Hockey Ernie Barrueta Golf Nancy Bechet Field Hockey Mike Bradbury Soccer Terry Buggs Basketball David Cunningham Hockey Mark Gomes Cross Country Indoor Track Karen Holmes Field Hockey Bill Kane Football Indoor Track Chris Mercandante Soccer Mike Palaza Hockey Tina Rettman Cross Country Ignacio Silva Soccer Ernie Barrueta Mike Palaza David Cunningham Terry Buggs 97 Capt. Rob Gianni tees off. Chris Kemp nails a putt. Mark Musial saves par. til [I .J, 1986 GOLF SQUAD: (Front) Dana Rakvica, Mark Musial, Robert Gianni, Ernest Barrueta, Chris Melendy. (Rear) Coach Paul )acobs, Scott Dykeman, Barry Sheff, Rich Bradbury, Chris Kemo. Rich Doyle, lim Madan. GOLF This year ' s golf team had a good season although they missed the State Tournament by one game with a 7-6-3 record, the first year over .500 in a while. After a ragged start the golfers reached the point where they had to win their last four matches to make the States. They almost made it, winning the first three of the final efforts but losing the last match 3V2 to 2V2 to Canton. Some of the players who came through were senior captain Rob Gianni who averaged 39 for the season with a low of 35. Junior Ernie Barrueta averaged 39 and ended up in the top five in the Hockomock tourney. Seniors Butch Brien and Chris Kemp came through on several occasions, each saving matches by knocking in the winning putt. Another senior, Mark Musial was the middle man and a long ball hitter who did a steady job for the team. Butch Brien lines up a shot. Ernie Barrueta, a junior, was named to the Hockomock All-League squad. 98 GYMNASTICS The gymnastics team had their best lason in years, achieving their first eat win over that time. Probably, the fest accomplishment was getting a squad so tnat meets could be com- jtitive once again. Michelle Winn, a freshman, was in- rumental in the win. The whole am, including one junior, three )phomores, and four freshmen, was up " for the entire year. Even the only senior, Deidre ' Sullivan, did her part, despite an ikle injury which kept her out of Dmpetition for the year. She was a reat influence. Coach Lisa Walsh deserves credit )r the terrific job in reviving the sport t SHS after two years on the job. aicneiie Winn does a handstand on the balance earn. 1987 GYMNASTICS SQUAD: Coach Lisa Walsh, Capt. Deidre O ' Sullivan, Pam Barry, Jill Cohen, Erin O ' Leary, Kristen Toole, Cristen Herlihy, Sheila Chipman, Helene Steinberg, Niki Dangelico, Jen Boushell, Michelle Winn Kristen Toole in an intricate maneuver on the beam. Deidre O ' Sullivan heila Chipman hoists herself up on the parallel bars. Jen Boushell earns points as she clears the vault. II 99 Doyle Kemp BOYS BASKETBALL Hockomock League Champs .TniiriBlnJ Hubler Keane Massie Miller 1987 VARSITY: (Front) Brien Massie, Brad Miller, Chris Kemp, Capt. Terry Buggs, Brian Straughter, Ron Montgomery, Duke Donoghue. (Rear) Coach John Douglas, Brian Gregoire, Larry Johnson, Jon Hubler, Audie Klontgomery, Mark Andrews, Richie Doyle, Tom Keane. 100 Terry concentrates during warmups. 1i7 JUNIOR VARSITY: (Front) Ryan Love, Wayne Gustafson, Tom Mythen, Daryl Bettencourt, Rod ] ilayson, Bob Florio, Terry Stead. (Rear) Rob Dorney, Gary Baker, Sean Jasie, Joe Lothrop, Mike 1 Uiant, David Grant, Jerome Williams, coach Chuck Vuytowecz. ead concentrates for an easy point from the le. Williams makes his move to get open. The SHS basketball season can be almost sum- med up in one word: foul shots. With the league championship on the line, foul shots proved to be the deciding factor. In the next to last game in front of a sell-out crowd, the Knights let an 18-point lead in the 3rd quarter against Oliver Ames slip away so that an enemy foul shot after the game was over decided the contest. However, the Knights redeemed themselves in the next (and final league game) of the season. In an overheated gym, packed with an overflow, roaring crowd, they turned the table, as junior Brian Straughter netted two free throws with seconds to play to put Stoughton up by one and all alone at the top of the league. The luck of the draw pitted Stoughton against Boston City Champ Dorchester in the opening round of the Class B South Sectional. A turn-away crowd saw an exciting match. Dorchester overcame Stoughton ' s leads at each of the quarter marks to pull ahead in the last quarter. However, several missed foul shots by SHS gave Dorchester, which ultimately lost in the tourney finals, the victory. The Knights tournament match capped a suc- cessful 14-2 (17-3 overall) season. On a team dominated by 10 veteran seniors, Capt. Terry Buggs led the way, averaging 19.3 points per game. L-A-R-R-Y, he ' s our guy! Brad pulls up for the jump shot. Brian takes it all the way for the lay-up. relaxed team listens to J.D. give his half-time pep talk. 101 I Laura Long moves through a packed defense Tracy Aguiar shoots over a Frankhn defender GIRLS BASKETBALL Although the Lady Knights finished the season with only a 5-15 record, they were com- petitive in several contests as they played some tough teams. The main weakness of the Stoughton girls was lack of height. However, the outside shooting of the guards and freshman forward Lisa Benkart, combined with the strength of Laura Long on the key, kept the Black Knights in contention in many games. With only three seniors graduating, next season looks very promising. 1978 GIRLS VARSITY: (Front) Lisa Alexson, Noreen Tierney, Chris Fogarty, Cori Herlihy, Trdi Aguiar, Lisa Benkart. (Rear) Coach Dave Tucker, Carla Dowd, Laura Long, Kathy Bulger, Dawn Lar ciani, Tara Carey. 102 racy takes a shot from the top of Cori hustles to set up the offense Kathy takes the ball to the hoop Lisa puts up a shot for another 2 le key points Karen takes a layup during warm-ups 1 32 i 1 n 1987 JUNIOR VARSITY; (Front) Donna McNamara, Colleen O ' Connell, Kerry Tsinzo, Paula Lorenz Denise Rovner, Debbie McAllister. Karen Zanca, Mary Beth Gorman, Coach Mike Baxter. (Not Pictu Michelle red) )enn Healey. (Rear) ifer Goode. -larybeth leaps for the jump ball Paula boxes out while Kerry takes the shot 103 Action on the ice. Tom Molinari in a face-off for Stoughton. 1987 VARSITY: (Front) Craig Gerome, Randy Cohen, Ted Camara, Brian Marshall, Chris Rivers, Mike Palaza. (Rear) Ryan Dray, Peter Recupero, |oe maro, Carl Statkiewicz, Rob Campbell, Roger Hardy, David Cunningham, Tom Molinari, Dana Beaton, Kevin Lotti. Phil Halperin, Coach Dan Mark. 104 HOCKEY 987 JUNIOR VARSITY; (Front) Stephen Cook, Chuck Whiffen, David Bornstein, Jon Rosenberg, ' lanny Silva. (Rear) Coach Louis DeAndrade, Rich Lourenco, Vinnie Ventresco, Danny Baptista. Recupero carries the puck for the Knights Gerome defends the net The Black Knight hockey team finished its season with a 6-11-3 record, earning a respec- table 15 points. Mike Palaza and Craig Gerome guarded the goal, while seniors Ted Camara, Brian Marshall, and Randy Cohen led the attack. Coach Dan Mark will be looking forward to a strong season next year. Returning captain Dave Cunningham will lead the offense and Phil Halperin will hold the point. Junior goalie Dave Bornstein will be minding the twine. Other returning players are Peter Recupero, Joe Tam- maro, Kevin Lotti, Carl Statkiewica, and freshman Ryan Dray. Highlights of the year included a win over Waylancf 5-2 (Lotti and Marshall scored two goals each); a tie with Oliver Ames 4-4 on a goal by Cunningham with 30 seconds remaining; a tie with King Philip 3-3 as Palaza played well in goal. At the end of January, the Knights won two over a weekend, defeating OA 6-2 on the strength of 2 goals by Camara and Beaton and single goals by Cohen and Tammaro, and then taking Scituate 5-3. Camara scored 2, and Cun- ningham, Marshall, and Rivers netted one apiece. The junior varsity coached by Lou DeAndrade finished its season at 3-8. Lotti and Hardy break out of the corner Captains Marshall, Palaza and Cunningham Camara glides in for his shot 105 1987 VARSITY: (Front) Capt. Dave Skoletsky, Ralph Ventresco, Mike Bento, Mike Baum, Karl Richmond, Capt. Mike Carroll. (2nd) Mike Dunn. Adam Young, Matt McKinnon, Scott Boland, Larry Rosenberg, J ed Angelos, Steve Freeman. (Rear) Head coach Craig Kosinski, Shawrn Silva, John Freeman, Andy Pike, Tim Melvin, Heath Purdy, coach Ed Daily. 106 I lalk up one more for Mike! Sean O ' Connor smothers his opponent. Under the guidance of new head coach Craig Kosinski, a former champion SHS grappler, the wrestling team posted a 6-9 dual meet record behind the solid wrestling of captains Dave Skoletsky (13-1, 169) and Mike Carroll (11-3, 140), together with the efforts of seniors Mike Baum (9-4, 114) and Mike Bento (8-1, 121). In a rebuilding year, the team called upon the services of 25 different wrestlers, including 7 freshmen and 7 sophomores. Highlights during the season included a Fox- boro match in which Skoletsky and Karl Rich- mond, a first-year senior, registered pins to tie the match at 27-27, before Matt McKinnon was overpowered by a tough wrestler in the heavyweight division. Junior varsity competi- tion was highlighted by John Freeman who went undefeated (11-0, 140). The team capped off the season at the Div. II South Sectionals in which Baum placed 4th; Skolestsky took third and Carroll finished 2nd. The trio represented SHS in the Div. II State Tourney, where Carroll and Skoletsky each finished fourth. Hello, Cleveland, Hello CLEVELAND!! Rock and Roll!! 107 INDOOR TRACK Despite its 0-7 dual meet record, the boys indoor track season was marked with great individual ef- forts. Strong performances were made all season by Mike Poshkus in hurdles, Bill Kane in shotput, Dan Bryant in the 60, and Marc Gomes in the mile and 300. At the league meet, the team won fifth place; Kane won the shotput event and Gomes placed first in the mile. Later, at the Class C State Meet, Marc Gomes re- mained undefeated and won the 1000. To cap off the season, Kane and Gomes travelled to Princeton for the Easterns where Kane compiled a personal high in the shot. Marc Gomes produced the best record of any New England distance run- ner in an event featuring the class of the East. Coach Dave Barbato can look forward to strength in upcoming seasons because he has developed a strong freshman sophomore base. Bill Kane Michael Poshkus Chris Sanford Poshkus shows his form 1987 WINTER TRACK SQUAD: (Front) Mike Kane. Bill Kane. Mike Poshl us, Chris Sdnl .rd [ ijii Bryant (2nd) George Hall, Ch ter, Mike Tierney (3rd) Eric Hanlon, )eff Kempner, Bobby King. Justin O Leary. .Adam Kempner. Marc Gomes. (Rear) Steve Kevin McNamara. jeff Vigue. Marcus. Steve Tierney. David Shirikjian. SHS runners await the gun Can you imagine Gomes in second place??? 108 Barbara Ceven Kerry Jennings Denise Jasie crosses the line GIRLS TRACK The girls indoor track season was also highlighted by great individual performances. Barbara Ceven, Jennifer Lanner, Kerry Jennings, and Donna Guilfoyle turned in positive and win- ning efforts throughout the season. In the league meet, Ceven placed 6th in the 50; Guilfoyle, 3rd in the mile; and Jennifer McGarry 6th in the 1000. At the Class B State Meet, Donna Guilfoyle finished 6th in the mile. Kerry Jennings hurdles all obstacles 1987 GIRLS WINTER TRACK: (Front) Laura Raisty, Capt. Laura Backner, Capt. Kerry Jennings, Capt. Barbara Ceven, Cheryl Lindstrom. (Rear) Jennifer Lamer, Donna Guilfoyle, Jennifer McGarry, Denise Jasie, Heather Sanford, Debbie Grant. Donna Guilfoyle leads the pack 109 110 Ill STUDENT LIFE SECTION • 114 Student Gov ' t • 116 Underclassmen • 122 Halftime Show • 124 Winter Dance • 128 Writing • 129 Musical • 130 Clubs Honors • 134 Yearbook • 136 Music • 139 Advertising DEDICATION We salute the Chess Club for another " awesome " year, the drama musical groups for a sparkling musical, the juniors for a faculty- student game, the yearbook for coming in ahead of schedule . . . We dedicate the Student Life section of the 87 STOTONIAN to the musical groups [singers, instrumental, etc.) for making this an imposing activity at SHS for hundreds of student participants and a source of pride to the entire school. UTH ART MONTH 112 A part of student life — the tv camera — it ' s educational (and gets you out of school). Public service is part of the program for the band. Above, the group entertains townspeople in front of the church in the square. ' Another part of student life? Todd Handel, our chief photog., makes a gas station his after- school habitat. Oh, yes, student life includes classes, teachers, and students, it ' s best when they get together. A forecast of spring each year is the annual musical. This year ' s lead was Suzanne Coughlin ' 88 in Once Upon A Mattress. 113 Class of 1988 (Right) (Front) OFFICERS: Lee Ann Murray, secretary; )oseph Baeta, vice-president; Paula Santoro. treasurer; Stephanie Collins, presi- dent. EXEUTIVE BOARD: (2nd) Lee Ann Goslin, Donna GuilToyle, Suzanne Coughlin, Peter Recupero, Lisa Trebby, Stephanie Borr, Chrisia Goldberg, Renee Conti. (3rd) Julie Escobar, Paul Levine, Tim Smith, Lori Goodkin, Christina Sewcyk. Patty Grasso, Jennifer Lan- ner, Chuck McCabe, Aaron Grover, Barry Sheff. (Rear) Heather McAllister, )en Medeiros, Wendy Canter, Chris Dexter, Robin Borden, Suzanne Aronson, Kristen Corbett, George Hall, Eric Olsen, Joe McClough, Dana Beaton, Nicole Smith, Laura Rudin, Alan Op- penheim, David Bornstein. (Below) EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Bob Barksdale, Sean Jasie, Shahin Ali, Dawn Lanciani. (2nd) Mike Tierney. Mike Polonsky, Robin Locke, Ronna Sadow. Thomas Molinari. (3rd) Kim Clark, Michelle Noonan, David Cunningham, Amy Gitto, Marcie Levine, David Bornslein, Patty Grasso, Jennifer Lanner, Chuck McCabe. (Rear) Kathy Walsh, Bill Fini, Karen Hirschorn, Fred Levy, Susan Raisty. 4» OFFICERS: (Fronll Suzanne Couglin. vice-president; Tracy Moore, recording secretary; Debra Swanbeck. president. (2nd) Mrs. Ellen Griffin, advisor; Cynthia Dykes, corresponding secretary; Jill Cohen, treasurer. COUNCIL: |ulie Goldman, Amy Tarpey. (3rd) Robin Young. Kerry lennings. Donna Guilfoyle. Renee Conti. Chrisia Goldberg, lennifer banner, Marcie Levine. (Rear) Brad Miller, Janice Lorenz, Stephanie Tsinzo, )anet Tiberian, Chris Fogarty. David Cunningham. Griffin Swanbeck Coughlin STUDENT COUNCIL, GRADES 9-10 REPRESENTATIVES: (Front) Kerry Tsinzo, Paula Lorenz, Ur- mila Bajpai. (2nd) Mrs. Griffin, Wendy Stone, Stacy Cohen, Nicole D ' Angelico, Paul Jondro. (Rear) Kimberly Arruda, Matthew Borden, Anthony Orlando, Pamela Berler, Marybeth Gorman, Marc Leger, Robert Germain. Moore Cohen 115 Scenes From The Underclass World PAGES 116-121 (Left) Karen Zanca and Colleen O ' Connor. (Above) LeeAnn Goslin works on her journalism assignment. 117 Laura Long ' 88 concentrates on a foul shot. Yes, we ' re enjoying the Spa in the comfort of the SHS Cafe. (Bill Kane, Jen Lanner) !5i .J ' l •J Susan Paquette ' 88 displays her talent. 200 Years Ago . . . Religion, morality, and knowledge being necessary to good government, and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged. [NORTHWEST ORDINANCE: [1787. Vote Collins for president! (Stephanie ' 88 and Jennifer ' 90J Junior Pizza Supper 118 GOOD LUCK! Good Luck to you seniors of Stoughton High, We regret that we have to say goodbye. Friendships have been formed between ' 87 and ' 89, Now we hope they ' ll withstand the test of time. You ' ve given us emotions these past two years. Sometimes happiness and sometimes tears. May the future hold only the best for you, We hope that all your dreams come true. Good Luck, From the Class of ' 89 $1 Super, sparkling, smiling sophomores 9f Mary Beth Gorman ' 90 at the line. Alysson Yeomans ' 89 takes a welcome break. (Above) Tim Hansen ' 88 in a staring contest with a friend. (Right) What does this mean in English? (Kerry Tsinzo and Daryl Bettencourt). 120 (Drum Major) " You may enter the field of competition " The team captains and drum major salute the stands. " Right on, Aaron! " High-spirited majorette Drum Major Carlino leads the band to another trophy. 122 Scottie and Stephen display the new banner Drill Team performs for Thanksgiving crowd Majorettes The majorettes Black Knights had a very suc- cessful season, their second year in the NESBA competitions. Scores were the following: 9 28 Methuen 58.0 bronze 2nd place 10 12 Westwood 70.2 silver 1st place best music score best drum major 10 18 New Bedford 73.1 silver 1st place best music score best drum major best color guard drill team 10 25 Easton 77.1 silver 1st place best music score best drum major best color guard drill team 10 26 Beverly 79.1 silver 2nd place best color guard drill team best percussion 11 2 Finals — Boston University 83.4 silver 2nd place Smiling seniors A record number of juniors participated in this year ' s INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION. Shauna Havlin (left) was named one of two nominees for the national competition sponsored by the Na- tional Council of Teachers of English (NCTE); Christine Feeley (right), flanked by Miss )udith Hamilton, Director of English, and Mrs. Kathryn Qawe. coordinator of IWC. was the other nominee. PARTICIPANTS: (Front) Billy Flni, Donna Guilfoyle, Dawn Lanciani, Renee Conti. (2nd) Stephanie Borr, Robin Berden, Kristen Corbett, Suzanne Coughlin, Wendy Canter, Stephanie Collins. (3rd) Barry Sheff, Dave Cunningham, Chuck McCabe, Tim Smyth, Patty Grasso, Shain Ali, Sean Jasie, Alan Oppenheim, Laura Rudin. (Rear) Amy Gitto, Peter Recupero, Ronna Sadow, LeeAnn Goslin, Karen Hirschorn, Aaron Grover, Paul Levine, Kim Clark, Kathy Walsh, Heather McAllister, Amy Snetsky, Chris Kristine Whitehouse. HONORABLE MENTION: (Front) Jim Butler, Rachel Ward. Holly Sawyer. Lisa Trebby. (Rear) Lori Goodkin. Nicole Smith. Eric Olsen. SEMI-FINALISTS: Manuel Pacheco, Susan Raisty, Jennifer Medeiros. Julie Cerasulo Winner $1000 award Ch. 5 on Drug Addiction 126 Leslie Kramer NOMINEES FOR MIDDLEBURY YOUNG WRITERS CONFERENCE: Rachel Ward Kristine Whitehouse S PUBLICATIONS (UNDERCLASS) STAFF: (Front) )oanne Markow. )ennifer O ' Connelly (2nd) n Melinari, lennifer Collins. George Hall. Eaward Freitas. (3rd) Laura Long. Michael Gleason, Esnne Coughlin, Suzanne Aronson. LeeAnn Coslin, Ronna Sadow, Scott Codes. (Rear) Kathleen ger. David Lambert. Chris Sanford. Frederick Brauneis, Paul Jondro, Keith Philbrook. MODEL SENATE: (Front) Susan Raisty, Wendy Canter, Robin Borden, Jay Rosenberg. (2nd) Esther Archer, Stephanie Borr, Ronna Sadow, Scott Kramer (chairperson). (Rear) Kerry Jennings, Ms. Marilyn Berman (ad- visor) Michael Poshkus, Chris Sanford, Shahin Ali. 617- aitl-iiOOO Ext. 263 Massachusetts Youlh Teenage Unemployment Reduction Network, Inc. JOHN PACANELLI, JR. Stoughton High School 232 Pearl St. stoughton, MA 02072 MY TURN: (Front, President ' s Council) Susan Tzinso, Jorgina Oliveira, Ted Camara. (2nd) Carol Pennor, Linda Pestana, Tina Santos, Nelson Garcia, Curtis Parker. (Rear) Steven DiGloria, Kim Nelligan, Kim Holmes, Karen Holmes, Linda Puljanowski, Cindy Goldstein, Mr. John Paganelli (advisor), Donna Cochrane. lAND OFFICERS: (Front) Kim Pray, Aaron Fox, Synneve Carlino. (Rear) [ike Fradkin, Tom Day, Mike Kane, Steven Leahy. Between halves of the 1986 Canton game on Thanksgiving, Mr. Sumner Tapper receives a plaque from Mrs. Margaret Sewcyk, School Committee chairperson, on the occasion of his 100th game as " The Voice of SHS Sports. " Dr. Murray and Mr. Sarno look on. ONCE UPON A MATTRESS (Additional pictures will appear in the Finale) Eric Olsen (minstrel) " My tights are too tight! " Kevin Mischley (Sir Harry) and Karen Gunn (Lady Larken) Fred Levey (the wizard) " Who stole my magic wand? " 129 ALTERNATE INFINITY (Science Fiction Club): (Front) Scott Kramer, Mr. CLOSE-UP: (Front) Susan Raisty, Noreen Tierney, Amy Snetsky, Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain (advisor), Elyse Norris, Anna Magerer, Mike Kalman. Pamela Poillucci. (Rear) Mr. David Tucker, Louie Poillucci, Robin Young, (Rear) Jay Gill, Aaron Fox, Rick Saperstein, Richard Venanzi. Corinne Herlihy. VFW VOICE OF DEMOCRACY CONTEST (3rd) CHESS CLUB: (Front) Jim Butler, Louie Poillucci, Rick Saperstein, Mrs. Thea Kauffman (advisor). Christine Bunker (Rear) Mike Polonsky, Bob King, Yong Su Kim, Dennis Bray. STUDENTS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING (SADD): (Front) Tracy Moore, Suzanne Coughlin, VOICE OF DEMOCRACY (2nd) Daniel Litwack Stephanie Borr, Mrs. Janet Ledwith (advisor). (2nd) Ronna Sadow, Peter Sadow, Esther Archer, Lisa Kardon, Urmila Bajpai. (Rear) Karen Anderson, Michelle Greenberg, Rose Curtis, Tracy Aguiar, Suzanne Aronson, LeeAnn Goslin, Michelle Noonan, Scott Spack, Laura Rudin, Susan Paquette. 130 CLUBS AND HONORS RAMINGHAM HISTORICAL CONFERENCE. (Front) Mike Tierney, David Bornstein. Jim Butler, (2nd) Kristin Corbett, Robin Jorden, Wendy Canter, Patricia Coughlin. Barry Sheff. (3rd) Regel Cabrera. George Hall, Eric Olsen, Amy Gitto. loe McCullough, vlichelle Noonan, Peter Recupero, Cnuck McCabe. (Rear) Mr. Peter Kimberg, loe Baeta, )oe Tammaro, David Cunningham, Aaron jrover. Miss ludith Hamilton Dr. Gary Hylander. FRAMINGHAM HISTORICAL CONFERENCE MERIT AWARDS: (Left to Right) Jim Butler, Mike Tierney. David Bornstein. 131 Sue Hollander Globe Art Award NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS: (Front) Synneve Carlino, Mike Poshkus, Norecn iie.i.c,, Mirha Kelly Benson. (2nd) Cindy Dykes. Renee Pellerin, Marie Macgogianis, Lisa Faust, Chris Fogarty, Robin Young, Cheryl Li sky. (3rd) Rose Curtis, lill Cohen, Jeff Winn, Laura Colannino, Scott Spack, Cathy Mootos, Renee Somers, Laura Schif (Rear) Beth Snyder, Kerry Jennings, Corinne Herlihy, Ellen Gillis, Doug Weiler, Renelle Cabrero, Kim Pray, Beth Hern, An Tarpey, )ay Rosenberg, Karen Gunn, Scott Kramer, Bob Brill, Matt Brackman, Laura Backner, Anna Magerer. ;,i NHS JUNIORS; (Front) Bob Barksdale, Alan Oppenheim, Stephanie Collins, Mr. Michael Nassise. (2nd) Paul Levine, Stephanie Borr, Lisa Trebby, Fred Levy, Barry Sheff, Ronna Sadow, Nicole Smith. (3rd) Robin Locke, Robin Borden, Wendy Canter, Suzanne Coushlin, Chris Dexter, Stephen Moore, Dana Beaton. (Rear) Susan Raisty, Heather McAllister, Jennifer Medeiros, Kathy Walsn, Kim Clark, LeeAnn Goslin, Julie Escobar, James Butler, Michael Polonsky, Peter Recupero, Renee Conti. Sean Jasie, Shahin Ali, Mike Tierney, Eric Olsen, Michelle Noonan, Tim Smyth. Janice Lorenz School Improvement Council Wayne Francis Technical Drawing Award 132 WBET COMPETITION TEAM: (Front) Renee Somers, Matt Brackman, Laura Backner, Ms. Lor; Pinkham. (Rear) Synneve Carlino, Robin Young, Noreen Tierney, Mike Poshkus. Kerry Jennings. MATH COMPETITION; (Front) Matt Brackman, Mike Poshkus, Synneve Carlino, Corinne Herlihy. Mr. Steven WoodruM. [2n i] Peter Recupero, Bob King. Yong Su Kim, Susan Raisty. (3rd) Alan Oppenheim, Stephen Moore. Mark Gomes, Michael Polonsky. (Rear) Sean )asie, Barry Sheff, Shahin Ali, jeff Winn. Robin Young School Improvement Council Matt Borden School Improvement Council Susan Raisty Math Olympiad Jeff Winn Math Olympiad NHS OFFICERS; (Front) Noreen Tierney, treasurer; Synneve Carlino, president; Michael Poshkus, vice-president. (Rear) Mr. Michael Nassise, advisor; Kelly Benson, secretary. WOMEN ' S CLUB: Synneve Carlino, Cathy Mootos, Kerry Jennings. 133 Stotonian The 1987 STOTONIAN is iustifiably proud of two achievements. It is the first booK in three years to beat its final deadline and go to the printer ahead of schedule. It is also the first book in more than 10 years in which more than half of the pictures (by far) were taken by students and not the " official " photographer. That the book met its deadline requirements is due to the work of manv students in the school, including every grade. A yearbook includes much creative effort, but it also requires much detailed work, little things that no one notices until they are omitted or botched up. Members of the staff worked on design and layout and writing, but they also worked on production, art, typing, advertising, sales, financial records, and photography. They gave up study periods and Commons to work not only during Period E, the publications period, but also every other free period during the day They worked after school, at home, and during the vacation period. Each little effort was needed. The book couldn ' t come out without them. They are pictured on these two pages. They (and those who didn ' t come for the pictures) deserve our thanks. Some of the staff members also worked as editors, coor- dinators, and managers. They are portrayed individually. We salute Marie Macrogianis who balanced a daily pro- gram of honors classes, after-school job, and service as editor-in-chief. She was responsible for the 16-page open- ing essay of the book. Much credit goes to Eileen Malloy. We kidded her about her " soap opera " life but she still managed to bring in three more pages of advertising than budgeted. Too Handel broke a record with the number of photographs which he took, not only in quantity but in quality. Steve Leahy and Dale Lerette collaborated on the cover; Dale also did the end sheets. |oanne Markow, a freshman, did the title page. We are grateful to Mr. Larry Johnson, cartoonist of the Boston Globe, for the art which he contributed for the Sports Section opener. Many underclassmen were involved in the yearbook. They are shown in the picture of the Publications Staff on Page 127. Suzanne Aronson ' 88 served as underclass editor and was responsible for 20 pages. Our theme was that of " good friends. " Working on the yearbook was truly an experience in friendship. Marie Macrogianis Editor-in-Chief Eileen Malloy Business Manager i yip; Todd Handel Photography Coordinator Steve Leahy Art Editor wmnii J ! Robin Young Managing Editor Corinne Herlighy Features Editor Chris Fogarty Page Editor Janice Lorenz Senior Section Jay Rosenberg Page Editor Laura Schiff Performing Arts Doug Weiler Faculty Editor Kim Pray Faculty Kerry Jennings Page Editor Jeff Teplitz Sports Editor 134 STOTONIAN STAFF: (Front) Marie Macrogianis, Eileen Malloy, Mr. Sumner Tapper. (2nd) Susan Hollander, Heidi Ostroff, Robin Young, Christine Fogarty, Corrine Herlighy, Janice Lorenz, Kerry Jennings. (Rear) Nancy Scares, Jay Rosenberg, Amy Foster, Doug Weiler, Renee Pellerin, Deana Burke, Lisa Faust, Elise Lipman. (Not Pictured) Jill Cohen, Mike Bradbury, Kim Tobins, Rob Gianni, Jeannine Peagler. STOTONIAN STAFF (CONTINUED): (Front) Marc Holmes, Steven Leahy, Cheryl Gagnon. (2nd) Duke Donoghue, Robert Abril, Scott Kramer, Michael Poshkus, Lisa Owens. (3rd) Elizabeth Hern, Annmarie Colaninno, Noreen Tierney, Kerry Ryan, Michael Gleason, Michael Palaza, Cheryl Lipsky, Robin Kravetz, Laura Schiff, Todd Handel. (Rear) Anna Magerer, Dale Lerette, Jeff Teplitz, Kim Pray. Robin Kravetz Production Cheryl Gagnon Publ. Coord. Noreen Tierney Production Mgr. Kerry Ryan Fin. Records. Lisa Owens Sales I I Amy Foster Mgr., Word Processing Dale Lerette Art Suzanne Aronson Underclass Editor Joanne Markow Art 135 (Above) JAZZ BAND: (Front) Peter Freedman, Bill Kane, Jennifer Collins, Synneve Carlino, Bob Place. (2nd) Bob Barksdale, Adam Young, Chris Harring- ton, Chuck Starkowsky, Jon Rex, Julie Rogers, Kim Pray, Kelli Benson. (3rd) Tom Day, Jim Lewin, Doug Weiler. (4th) Phil Klayman, Kristina Seferian, Paul Levine, Kevin Mischley, Aaron Fox. (Right) CONCERT BAND CLARINET SECTION: (Front) Stephanie Borr, Kristine Gleason, Connie McNamara. (Rear) Tongalin Davison, Julie Place, Leslie Cariofiles. (Left) FLUTE SECTION: (Front) Kim Pray, Synne f Carhno, Anna Magerer, Kelli Benson. (2nd) El i Norris, Shauna Goldberg, Mindy Bell, Roti Borden, Nicole Gallant, Julie Rogers, Lisa Trebh Stephanie CoUins. (3rd) Kathy Mercer, Miche ; Maffei, Paula Andrade, Jeimifer Mondazzi, Denii Jasie, Kathy Fidler. (Below) LOW BRASS SECTION: (Front) Joani Markow, John Medeiros. (Rear) Doug Weiler, J;i Lewin, Tom Day. Day Farrell Fox Freedman 136 (Left) PERCUSSION SECTION: (Front) Lori Mezoff, Kristen Colby, Steve Leahy, Bill Kane, Jennifer Col- lins, Carrie Fenton. (Rear) Dave O ' Neil, Greg Veliotis, Rich Andrade, George Hall, Bob Place, Kevin Pellerin, Dave Briere. (Below) SAXOPHONE SECTION: (Front) John Fox, Adam Young, Chris Harrington, Chuck Starkowsky. (Rear) Bob Barksdale, Jeff Pangonis, Dennis Bray. Leahy Magerer (Above) TRUMPET SECTION: (Front) Phil Klayman, Aaron Fox, Linda Puljanowski, Paul Levine. (2nd) Paul Jondro, Mark Flanzer, Leigh Ribak, Kevin Mischley, Kristina Seferian. (Rear) Orlando Sousa, Yong Su Kim, Louis Belo. (Right) SHOW CHOIR: (Floor) Nicole Smith, Kim Scott. (1st) Peter Sadowr, Linda Lavely, Cinda Lave- ly, Lennox Rodney, Connie MacNamara, Mike Sa- pienza, Shauna Havlin, Jim Lewin, Laura Rudin, Matt Borden, Scott Leclaire, Lori Mezoff, Fred Levy, Fred Levy, Leslie Cariofiles, Adam Young, Robin Locke. (3rd) Eric Olson, Karen Gunn, Kristen Colby, Bob Place, Cathy Mootos, Jennifer Collins, Rich An- drade, Brian Graber, Julie Place, Rob Germain, Kerry Havlin, Rob Rodney, Ellen Shultz, Rose Ed- wards, Kevin Mischley, Doug Weiler, Patti Gates. 137 Above: CHORUS: (Front) Renee Dray, Erica Mahoney, Dawn Correia, Laurie Haslam, Denise Bova. (2nd) Tracy Wyman, Linda Doyle, Cindy Lindquist, Esther Archer, Lisa Henchey, Lisa Bento. (Rear) Karen Charles, Patrice Farrell, Tonalin Davison, Lauren Kravetz, Jessica Finn, Heather Lincoln, Debra Cherella. Right: CHORUS: (Front) Colleen Bazanson, Michelle Healey, Heidi Panek, Dawn Hillcoat, Britta McPhail, Patti Gates. (2nd) Tonia Molin, Jean Bryson, Livia Soares, Sandy Texiera, Bar- bara Monk. (Rear) Kim Gersin, Kris O ' Reilly, Vikki Malis, Lisa Burt, Stacy Freeman, Jeanette Bustamente. Left: CHORUS: (Front) Kim Rantz, Jennifer O ' Con- nell, Kim Scott, Lisa Fullerton. (2nd) Angelina San chez, Rose Sweeney, Cheryl Fox, Nicole Page Kristen Carota, Christina Petruzzo, Marcia Selig (Rear) Denise Rovner, Maria Busby, Andrea Henry, Danielle Proctor, Terry Bonani, Erica Sutton. Below: SWING CHOIR: (Front) Kim Rantz, Patrice Farrell, Denise Bove, Jennifer Remmes, Karer Gunn, Britta McPhail, Shauna Havlin, Heidi Panek Jennifer O ' Connell. (Rear) Patti Gates, Julie Place Karen Charles. Scott Weiler NOTE: Band Officers are included with pictures on Page 127. 138 Congratulations to the CLASS OF ' 87 ANDREW G CROKE, D.M.D. 172 Lowe Ave. Stoughton, MA 02072 Phone 344-3856 €A ibiiiiMfi: farms, i c. 40 Strafeilo Drive Avon, MA j23 Z Packers Shippers of Quality Maine Tablestock Seed Potatoes Stephen L Cohen General Manager Potatoes in Season from Delaware, Florida, Long Island, New Jersey, North Carolina Virginia Alterations Repairs FOR MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN by Lillian one HOufii k OR V CL enn nc n Hi S ■ Joanne Freedman 344-7762 0113 Beverly Snyder 784-7507 8064 Congratulations 1987 ROWLAND ' S TV 10 Wyman St. Stoughton, MA 344-3285 " All your TV and VIDEO needs " 139 FRANK ' S 265 North Pearl Street Brockton, Mass. 588-9604 FOODMART DISCOUNT LIQUORS DELI Sa ndwiches ★ Coffe e i CARDS ★GIRS Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1987 from Stoughton ' s ONE-STOP STORE 289 PARK ST. Best Wishes STATE SENATOR Bill Keating Best of Luck to the CLASS OF ' 87 Ruth ' s Bake Shop 987 Central St. Stoughton, MA Good Luck To BILL and THE CLASS OF ' 87 THE KANES " . . . Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away . . . " Congratulations, Lou, We wanted you to succeed and you did it with style! MOM DAD 4K H5 RANDOLPH SAVINGS BANK . RANDOLPH •STOUGHTON • NORTH RANDOLPH •HOLBROOK 963-2100 KERRY, ' Tou light up our Uves. " We ' ll miss you Mom Dad o CJU 141 STOUGH- TON POLICE RELIEF ASSOCI- ATION We Congratulate the Class of ' 87 142 Money-saving coupons for the whole family The Mailhouse Inc., 180 Bodweii Street, Avon, MA 02322 TM STOUGHTON HARDWARE Congratulations to the Class of 1987 73 Porter St. Stoughton 344-2041 Dr. Alan Jacobson 428 Pearl St. Stoughton, MA 02072 (617)344-6464 BRING THE STARS HOME TONIGHT! i Save those high school memories! Rent a Cam-Corder from NATIONAL VIDEO. Congratulations to The Class of 1987. 597 Washington St. 344-4444 Stoughton Best Wishes to the Class of 1987 From RMC Printing Service Copy Center Computerized Typesetting -k •k High Speed Xerox Copying Quality Printing On Time • LAYOUT DESIGN • LETTERHEADS • ENVELOPES • AD BOOKS • BUSINESS CARDS • ADVERTISING CIRCULARS RESUMES • NEWSPAPERS • RUBBER STAMPS TICKETS • FORMS • COMPUTERIZED ADDRESSING MAILING SERVICE 761 WASHINGTON STREET, P.O. BOX 52 STOUGHTON, MA 02072 344-6565 — 344-5511 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00 Saturday 9:30-2:00 Roy M. Cohen, Owner Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of ' 87 from ANDY ' S FOOD MART 330 Morton St. STOUCHTOM im SH«P 742 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 (617)344-2414 Let ' s keep things rolling, Class of ' 87 144 Congratulations From LOU, MARY, AND PAUL UGO of 344-9969 DUNKIN ' DONUTS Best of Luck in the Future " It ' s Worth the trip " 408 Washington St. 617.344-2632 Stoughton Flower Shop 681 WASHINGTON STREET STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 JOSEPH MATE ALL OCCASIONS Quality Designed With You In Mind mnora n» ofstou( Of stoughton 421 WASH. ST., STOUGHTON, MA OPEN: MON. THRU FRI. 9-9 SATURDAY 9-5 344-6185 344-9852 TRIKKS B U 1 C K DINO BUICK — GMC, INC. 346 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Bus. Phone 344-4567 FINE CAKES PASTRIES DECORATED CAKES OUR SPECIALTY DOROTHY JEAN ' S BAKERY 419 WASHINGTON ST. STOUGHTON, MA 02072 HENRY J. ROGERS 344-2994 MCDONALD ' S OF STOUGHTON Salutes the Graduating Class of 1987 It ' s a good time for the great taste of McDonald ' s Congratulations and Best Wishes Good Luck To THE CLASS OF 1987 From STOUGHTON FORD INC. 1776 Washington Street Stoughton, MA 02072 WOODY PEIRCE (617) 344-3500 or 364-1356 Congratulations to the Class of 1987 From THE SONS OF ITALY 560 Washington Street Stoughton, MA (Across the Street From Roxies, Behind Barman Tire) Hall Rentals for Banquets, Weddings and Parties — With Accommodations up to 140 People Call 344-9902 New Senior Members Are Always Welcome as well as New Junior Lodge Members (Ages 12-18) 147 Stepping Out With Lady ON Prom NKiHT lor an cwriiiig lo rcmt inlxT. fx.- hancLsonuK drcvscd in a b)rd Xc l liiil ( oal on l rom fli ilt All b)rd Wot l rom tormalvsxar is spccilitaily Uiilort ' d Willi ihc ph siquf of the AnuTicaii mail m mmd lor a quality fit vs illi .ui cmpliaMs on conitort, b)rtl Xcst offcp tashion t )rmalvvc;ir for an cwning ot lull ( )ur Prom m u spec ialists arc a ajlahk- to assist «)U uitfi vour stlct tion of tint- tormalwc ar and accessories to make (jur e ening speeiai. RICHARD I.KVVIS, INC. 828-1004 or 828-91 10 FORMAL VF AR SALES • RENTALS LORD WEST Congratulations ' 87 Graduates Wyman Jewelers 18 Wyman St., Stoughton Center 344-5000 One of New England ' s most competent jewelers . . . your assurance of honest value . . . and so close to home. (617) 344-8222 WINN PLUMBING HEATING CO., INC. REPAIRING • REMODELING • NEW INSTALLATIONS ARTHUR WINN MASTER Lie 8020 29 QUEEN ANN WAY STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02072 149 PARK OB-GYN ASSOCIATES, INC. James H. Tyer, M.D. 966B Park St. Stoughton, MA 02072 344-9662 Good Luck CLASS OF 1987 from JIMMY ' S MARKET 253 Pleasant St. Stoughton Open 7 days a week year around CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF 1987 RJ ' s GOLD DIAMOND OUTLETS P.O. BOX 177 • STOUGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02072 EXQUISITE 14 kt. GOLD DIAMOND JEWELRY 1779 Central St., Rte. 27, Stoughton, MA 02072, (617)344-5487 145 Providence Hwy. Rte. 1, Norwood, MA 02062, (617)769-7633 PHONE 344-5524 Leonard Electric Company RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL, OR COMMERCIAL P.O. BOX 411 53 WALNUT COURT ROY LEONARD STOUGHTON, MA 02072 CALL 583-4849 (For Emergency Service) george Qarage COMPLETe AUTOMOTlVe SCRVICe HEAVY DUTY TOWING CKANC A CAMIEU SEHVICE BODY WOUK AND fAINVNG 34 HOUff WHECKEH SERVICE (61 7) 563-4849 Res. (61 7) 341 -2669 340 E. Spring St.. P.O. Box 466. Avon. MA 02322 W. F HARMON _A HMC USN RET. Harmon 1 OPTICIANS. INC J PARK PLAZA, RT. 27 MON - FRI STOUGHTON. MA 02072 10-7 (617) 583-6162 SAT 10-4 Carpet Market, Ii?c. Handmade Orientals Broadlooms Linoleum Custom-Made Tile Ceramic Tile Expert installation Commercial Residential 1779 Central St. Stoughton 341-2653 CMC BUILDING CONTRACTORS 86 LARSON ROAD STOUGHTON, MA 02072 617-344-7476 James Young President Good Luck to the CLASS OF ' 87 cpi Consolidated Printing Inc. 84 Tosca Drive • Stoughton, Mass. 02072 • (617) 344-1976 Congratulations CLASS OF ' 87 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1987, COLLEGE ACADEMY ALUMNI JR. STAFF: SYNNEVE CARLINO, TOM DAY, PETER FREEDMAN, STEVEN LEAHY, CHRIS HARRINGTON, KIM PRAY! Congratulations to CLASS OF ' 87 MAGNUM EXTERMINATORS 49 FRANKLIN ST. STOUGHTON 344-9782 TELEPHONE 344-5211 PARK DENTAL ASSOCIATES, INCORPORATED THOMAS A. RECUPERO, D.D.S. PETER B. MOLLIS, D.M.D. OFFICE HOURS 480 PARK STREET BY APPOINTMENT STOUGHTON, MASS. 02072 Best Wishes to the CLASS OF ' 87 BURGER KING MANAGEMENT, Canton CompliiiMnts of GAY THE FLORIST 3M PiMMnt 8t. Stoughton, MA 344-2812 Good Luck Soniort 151 Good LUCK CLASS of 87 JOE ' S SHELL 825 Washington Street Stoughton, MA Wrecking Service Available Congratulations, Graduates PARSHLEY REALTY WALTER C. PARSHLEY 30 Porter St. WE DO Stoughton, MA IT ALL! 344-2210 Good Luck Class of 1987 Flowers sent worldwide Bowers Flowers Fresh — Silk — Dried Arrangements Live Plants — Balloon-a-Grams Fruit Baskets Weddings — Bar Mitzvahs — Luncheons 37 Central Street Stoughton, MA 02072 617-344-4803 Congratulations CLASS OF 1987 EDWARD ' S HAIR SALON 36 Bar Road Cobb ' s Corner Stoughton 341-0759 (617)344-0557 SOUTH SHORE ELECTRONICS SALES • INSTALLATIONS • REPAIRS 907 PARK STREET DAVID L. STEINBERG STOUGHTON, MA 02072 IN ASSOCIATION WITH BILL HANNEY 807 Washington St. Stoughton, MA 02072 152 588-8323 Chateau Jewelers FINE JEWELRY — CRYSTAL — CHINA GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS PARK PLAZA, ROUTE 27 RICHARD W. ALLEN STOUGHTON, MA 02072 LAMPS • FI XTURES • TABLES • MIRRORS • SHADES • FANS LIGHT ' N LEISURE INC. THE " PURPLE " BUILDINGS DAVE CHAVES 214 MAIN ST., READING 944-5455 SHOWROOM MANAGER 875 PARK ST., STOUGHTON 344-4949 Congratulations and Best Wishes DENNENO ' S PIZZA — SUBS 545 PEARL STREET STOUGHTON, MA 02072 344-9803 Congratulations and Good Luck JULIE Love, MOM DAD Friends bring out the best in each other RONNIE, DONNA, and PATTY (617)344-2783 Polillio ' s Garden Center QUALITY LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN SUPPLIES SCREENED LOAM 1857 CENTRAL BARK MULCH STOUGHTON, MA 02072 Compliments to the Class of 1987 From 1032 Central Street MOOTOS SHOE SERVICE 344-9631 344-3600 19 Freeman Street Stoughton, MA 153 ■c! Honey V€i V DO NUTS ,J STOUGHTON CTR. HEIDER, JULIE RESENDE JOHN — CONNIE TEIXEIRA DEMBROWSKY AND McCARTER ATTORNEYS AT LAW JOHN F. DEMBROWSKY, ESQUIRE DAVID W. McCARTER, ESQUIRE 15 SEAVER ST. STOUGHTON, MA 02072 344-5030 Steven M. Baker PHARMACIST DYKEMAN PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS — MEDICAL SUPPLIES 607 WASHINGTON ST. CANTON, MA 02021 828-0678 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 87 Pagar Studios, photography, inc. 378 Granite Avenue East Milton, Mass. 02186 Tel. 696-7560 Joanne and Marty Lipman 154 «4:4::i:4::|:4:4:4:4:4:4:4:t4:4::i::i:4::i:4:4:4::|4::i:4:4::|4:t:|:|4:4::i:4: •tf •tf •tf •tf 4f •If •if •tf •if •if •tf •if •if •if •if •if The Stoughton Sidetrack RESTAURANT LOUNGE JOHN KAIN 7 Porter Street Route 27 Stoughton, MA 02072 344-1590 344-1547 Catering a Specialty FRED CONRAD •if •if •if 4f •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if •if 4f •» Congratulations Class of 1987 We ' re proud of all of you . . . especially those who participated in STOYAC RICHARD LEVINE, President GEORGE DOLINSKY, Vice-Pres., Treas SUSAN MacDONNELL, Secretary Board of Directors: DAVE BERNARD ED FITZGERALD HAL MERZON MARSHA SADOW DIANE SOAVE 155 ttsil COLLEGE ACADEMY COLLEGE GATE P.O. BOX 382. STOUGHTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02072 (617) 344-7174 or 828-9283 BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1387 AND TO CHRIS HARRINGTON OUR BEST WORKER! -1 r. V,V. ' ' LOVE, MOM 6t DAD 157 Compliments of: BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " The Stotonian staff wishes to express its sincere thanks to Terry Griffin of Blackwell Studio. He has helped and supported us throughout the year and has continually rearranged his schedule to suit our publication ' s needs. For all of your time, effort, and fast service, we express our deepest thanks! PLATINUM PATRONS Robert and Sandra Zapustas Barbara and Stan Freedman Family Mr. Mrs. James F. Gillis Mr. Mrs. F. Leo Foster Elizabeth V. O ' Donnell The Macrogianis Family Kathleen H. Donoghue Rose Lou Zadra Mr. Mrs. Fred Barret The Family of David Fox The Giroux Family The Herlihy Family Mr. Mrs. Rene J. Cabrera Stuart, Ellen, Craig, Susan, and Eric Sherman Mr. Mrs. Richard B. Pray Good luck, Brian, Mom Dad The Malloy family Mr. Mrs. Dan Paukner Gertrude M. Scheibel Paul Joan Kelly Mom Dad Yngve The Somers Family GOLD PATRONS The Ceven Family Mr. Mrs. Thomas Keane Joe, Mary Ellen, David, and Nancy Scares Vicki and Len Skoletsky and Family Ken and Sharyn Baker Michael Debra Yarmaloff Family SILVER PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bohn Ralph Jean Venanzi Dave Greenberg Mr. Mrs. Daniel McKinnon Mr. Mrs. J. Camara Gene Kay Fogarty Shelly Hollander Mr. Mrs. James Young The John R. Anderson Family Eric, David, Debbie Willard Mr. Mrs. Hyman Whitman Ed and Kathy Carroll Joe, Lois, Jon Adam Rosenberg John, Marie, and Jay Owens Mr. Mrs. John F. Golden Girls Mr. Mrs. James Donnelly Mr. Russell Clough Mr. Mrs. William L. Davison, Sr. BRONZE PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Robert Lipsky The Teplitz Family Ann Lemack 159 H Wit .m " I 1 •ri ' Remembrance is a gentle goddess, Recalling joys of long ago, Mollifying bygone sorrows In the sunset after-glow. ' DANIEL SANDERS Photo by KARL RICHMON


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