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

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9T0T0NIAN Qtoughfon High School S+oughton, Massachusetts " Where ' s the face One would meet in every place? Where the voice, however soft One would hear so oft? " (John Keats) " It is the common wonder of all men, how among so many millions of faces, there should be none alike. " (Sir Thomas Browne) Faces are like colors of the spectrum. The uniqueness of a face is complement- ed when viewed with other faces just as a color is made vivid when contrasted with other colors. Interacting faces create spirit in a school as blending colors create life in a painting. Stoughton High is rich with diverse faces . . . These are the faces of enthusiastic ex- troverts . . . shy introverts . . . serious intellectuals . . . creative artists, writers, musicians . . . agressive athletes . . . class clowns . . . well-rounded achievers . . . The intermixing of these faces produces the collective individuality of the Class of 1988. This is the image which we leave with administration, fac- ulty, and underclassmen as they think of us in future years. To that future memory we dedicate pictures of the past and present — not just of faces in the crowd but the in- dividual faces of our classmates, our teammates, our friends, our faculty, our coaches, our advisorj . . . These are the faces of oi_r SHS — this is the ' 88 Stotonian. 1 984-85 Elected officers were Peter Recupero, president; Chris Baldinelli, vice-president; Ronna Sadow, secretary; Matthew Gil- man, treasurer . . . Mr. Alton Flynn signed on as faculty advisor . . . Ronald Reagan won the pre- sidental election for a second time in a sweeping landslide . . . The campaign featured a woman can- didate; Geraldine Ferraro broke the gender barrier by being the first woman to run for vice-president, joining Walter Mondale on the Democratic ticket . . . Girls soccer made its debut in SHS sports; Lisa Alexson was the ace goalie ... a talented jayvee field hockey team boasted a winning season, including Kathy Bulger and Christa Gold- berg . . . Varsity hockey with fresh- men David Cunningham and Pe- ter Recupero, tied for second in the league . . . girls indoor track turned in its first winning season in history and finished 3rd in the league; on the squad were Donna Guilfoyle and Janine Catalano . . . Spirit Hall theme " The Circus " would have been better named the zoo . . . Social note: The Valen- tine ' s Day dance . . . " Annie " was the annual school musical . . . Gov- ernor Michael Dukakis visited the school, and, during an assem- bly, he urged students to join the fight against drugs . . . We stopped being foolish, foolish frosh and moved to the next rung as silly, silly, sophomores!! I " Was this the face that launched a thousand ships? " (CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE) Leading the sophomore year were Recupero, president; Joe Baeta, v president; Ronna Sa dow, treasurer; and Leeann Murray, secretary . . . the thei Spirit Halls was " Sophomore City " . first plant sale was very successful . Class of ' 88 ordered a record number of class rings . . . Jamie Ruggiero was crowned Snow Queen; Joe Baeta and Jennifer Lan- ner were in the court . . . Susan Raisty re- ceived a second place in the Science Fair followed by Christine Feeley and Michael Polonsky . . . Laura Long, Kristin Sheehan were the only sophomores on the varsity softball team which made the tournament . . . boys tennis was also tourney-bound and included Mike Polonsky, Matt Gilman, Mi- chael Shifman, and Joe Tammaro . . . " Hello, Dolly " was the school musical and ' 88 was represented among the principals by Eric Olsen, Suzanne Coughlin, Fred Levy, and Leeann Murray ... A swim first; victory over Canton . . . field hockey and boys cross country were league champs . . . the first year of NESBA competitions for the marching band, who reaped more than their share of trophies . . . Stoughton is left with- out power for days after Hurricane Gloria blows through town . . . USA for Africa and Live Aide raised money for the famine vic- tims of Ethiopia . . . Christa McAullife was chosen as the first teacher to go into space; the world was horrified as it witnessed on television the tragic explosion of the space shuttle Challenger shortly after takeoff, kill- ing McAullife and her crewmates . . . Here comes the jolly, jolly junior year! SOPHOMORE 1°18 c £ WSHS 10 " I have met them at the close of day coming with vivid faces . . (W. B. Yeats) 1 986-87 Our junior class officers were Stephanie Collins, president; Joe Baeta, vice-president; Leeann Murray, Secretary; Paula Santoro, treasurer . . . Junior Prom at Blue Hills Country Club in Canton, " Always and For- ever " the theme song, Donna Guilfoyle prom queen . . . Students play teachers in " friendly " basketball game . . . Class of ' 88 wins spirit halls for first time ever with space theme . . . pizza supper a success . . . school musical is " Once Upon a Mattress " . . . the Red Sox go to the World Series, the Boston Bruins made the playoffs, Celtics were Di- vision champions . . . Nuclear meltdown in Chernobyl, Russia, causes alarm in U.S. . . . StuC sponsored first lip-synch variety show . . . Juniors received their class rings . . .PSAT ' s and SAT ' s . . . boys basketball and cross-country are Hockomock champs ... A record number of juniors participated in Intramural Writing Competition; winning minees were Christine Feeley and Shauna vlin . . . Hockomock all-stars; Mark omes (cross-country and indoor track) Da- vid Cunningham, hockey; Ernie Barrueta, If . . . 5th Grand Award in Science Fair to ra Rudin, Honorable Mentions to Chris- me Feeley, Susan Raisty, and Mike Polon- sky . . . Framingham Historical Conference Merit Awards to David Bornstein, Jim But- ler, Mike Tierney ... On first (and only) co- ed state swimming champions were Jennifer Ng, Bob Paulkner, Jennifer Sears, Scott erman, Christopher Rivers . . . Seniors at it 13 Lest we forget! FACES IN THE NEWS (1987-88) A 24-day strike by the NFL players ended in Mid- October when the union capitulated. The Senate rejected Pres. Keagan ' s nomination ui Robert Bork to the Supreme Court, ending a long debate. President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan greeted Pope Paul II when he arrived in Miami to begin a nine-city tour of the United States. The Dow Jones industrial stock average dropped 508 points, the largest in history on Monday, Oct. 12-19. " Black Monday " stripped $500 billion from the market value of U.S. securities. Marine Col. Lt. Col Oliver North became a celebrity as he testified before the Iran-Contra hearings in Washington. Television evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker said farewell to the PTL ministry in March as a result of publicity about scandal which broke into the media. Some faces we should not forget. Among those who passed away in 1987 were Fred Astaire, who epitomized Hollywoods elegance for 25 years of dancing; Liberace, glittering showman and pian- ist; director John Huston; gravel-voiced Oscar winner Lee Marvin; Jackie Gleason, tv ' s rotund " Great One " ; Lome Greene, Bonanza fa- ther. Lee Marvin Jackie Gleason Lome Greene A barge filled with 3,128 tons of garbage became a national joke and a symbol of a nation ' s problem of waste. Only six years after America first heard of it, AIDS had killed nearly 25,000 Americans. The plague had been proclaimed " Public Health Enemy No. 1 " 17 SENIOR SECTION: •19 Class Government • • 21 Seniors • • 56 Stotonian Staff • • 58 Homecoming Faculty Section Starts on Page 68 60 Powderpuff 62 Bridge Day 64 Superlatives WE SALUTE the officers of the class, the captains of teams, the presidents of different groups ... we honor the scholars and achievers SENIOR . . we dedicate the SENIOR SECTION to the TYPICAL SHS ' 88 TYPICAL SHS ' 88 SENIOR NICKNAME: Anything gross, weird, but personal! ADJECTIVES: Procrastinating, spirited, awesome PEEVES: 8 a.m. Mondays, homework, cliques, A4th, exams FAVORITES: Vacations, Micky D ' s, " the following changes in schedule . . . " snow days, early Thursdays, 2:09 p.m. Fridays, Mandarin House, Town Spa. MEMORIES: Frosh Valentine Dance, M M sales, spirit week, Student-Faculty basketball, flower sale, junior prom, powderpuff, senior prom, class trip, class day, graduation (finally), yearbook pictures and deadlines, competitions THANK YOU: Faculty, Parents, those special people who meant so much to us, friends, classmates, homeroom and locker pals, teammates. ■ 18 The Class of 1988 TO THE CLASS OF 1988: The past four years as your advisor have been an education, a reward, a challenge, a headache (at times) but mostly a pleasure. Since meeting the spring of your eighth grade year, we have grown to be a family. As we look back through our family album, we see memories: Freshman Valentine Dance, sophomore plant sale, juniors winning Spirit Hall, a successful junior prom, the most successful Powderpuff game ever, our attempts to raise money, our popular student-faculty basketball games, freezing at the Homecoming game ... I could go on forever. The special relationship we have is what I will remember most. We have become friends; a friendship that will last long after this book is gone. Thank you for four special years. With love and thanks, ALTON E. FLYNN TO THE CLASS OF 1988: It is time to say thank you to all the members of the class who have shared in making our four years at SHS memorable ones. We ' ve had some very special times, which have brought many of us closer together. Participation in such activities as Spirit Halls, pizza suppers, Powderpuff, winter dances, fundraisers, etc., will always be remembered. Our class is composed of people who excel not only in school spirit but most important in academics, athletics, and in the fine and performing arts. Our class has a lot to be proud of. We ' ve learned to work together and make the best four years at SHS we possibly could. Even though our high school years have now come to an end, let us continue to carry out what we have achieved during these years together. This year ' s class officers would like to extend special thanks to Mr. Flynn and to the other officers who served our class during previous years, as well as to Mr. Sarno and the faculty for their support. Best of luck to all members of the class in all their future endeavors and for continued happiness, health, and success. Sincerely, LEEANN MURRAY Secretary, 1985-88 MICHAEL SYREK JOSEPH BAETA OFFICERS: 1987-88 Michael Syrek, president Joseph Baeta, vice-president Leeann Murray, secretary Paula Santoro, treasurer OFFICERS: 1986-87 Jennifer Collins, president Joseph Baeta, vice-president Leeann Murray, Secretary Paula Santoro, treasurer Collins OFFICERS: 1985-86 Peter Recupero, president Joseph Baeta, vice-president Leeann Murray, secretary Ronna Sadow, treasurer Recupero OFFICERS: 1984-85 Peter Recupero, president Joseph Baldinelli, vice- president Ronna Sadow, secretary Matthew Gilman, treasurer Sadow Gilman PAULA SANTORO 19 CLASS OF 1988 EXECUTIVE BOARD (Front) Suzanne Coughlin, Renee Conti, Donna Guilfoyle. (2nd) Kathy Gitto, Daniel Bryan, Jen Lanner, Christa Goldberg, Ronna Sadow, Stephanie Borr, Lisa Trebby. (3rd) Chris Rivers, Glenn Lyerla, Annie Hawko, Sean Jasie, Nicole Smith, Peter Recupero, Suzanne Aronson, Leeann Murray, Matt Gilman. (Rear) Mike Syrek, Marcie Levine, Joe Baeta, Paul Bonomi, Tracy Moore, Michelle Noonan, Laura Rudin, Carl Statkiewicz, Dave Cunningham, Paul Levine, Dawn Lanciani, Stephanie Collins, Jennifer Medeiros. WE EAT WE DO LABS i 1 WE ARE TARDY WE GOOF OFF, TOO 20 DAN AHERN Sleepy, honest, sleepy . . . Peeves: Metallica, short hair, lies . . . Favorites: RUSH, long hair, best friends, " Rock ' n ' Roll lives and breathes in the hearts of the young " . . . Memories: Billy Squier, " Videos for Sale, " camping . . . Thanks to close friends and family for helping with rough times. LISA ALEXSON Lis, Munch . . . Moody, athletic . . . Peeves: Cliques, " wicked awesome, " pigpiles and kickfights . . . Favorites: Varsity soccer with Breanie, Mooga Boogas Rule, Nay, Daa, Munch and Boom, Bumpkins, playing B-Ball, Trip w Donna, locker 344 w Nay, locker 314 w Daa . . . Memories: Being w Fran, 9 4 86, 9 4 87, best friends always Renee and Donna . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. SHAHIN ALI Sha . . . Power hungry, athletic, funny . . . Peeves: Logs, 30 seconds-done, colored chalk, speedwork . . . Favorites: Sha-ism, " But who beat who? " " Beat that, " Spr- ingsteen . . . Memories: Track champs ' 87, " Who cares, " the NOVA, 3-miles-no work- training program, 10 mile runs . . . Thank you Mom, Dad and Sonja. MARK J. ANDREWS Gus . . . Competitive, easy going . . . Peeves: Waiting, curfews, empty wallet, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Pool at Fans, weekend nights w Rick, Rob, Joey, Mike, Mike and Butch, E205, 2:09 bell . . . Tanya . . . Memories: CYO ski trip, 5 23 87, airplane rides at 12:23 a.m., 8-1- 87, Green Manor, " Got ya last, " 4-years of B-ball . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, 3m ' s and friends. ESTHER ARCHER Prince8-E . . . Fun, sensitive, daring . . . Peeves: Snobs, attitudes, runny nose, Sun. morning practice . . . Favorites: Criminal Minded L.L. Cool J., Janet Jackson, Giggin ' off " Control, " 6 8 87, " Always and For- ever, " " Peace " . . . Memories: 7 22 87, 10 24 87, Risky Business, Coolin ' in City, 8 87 (N.Y.), Yanick ' s wedding, Joelle ' s mind ... To be successful, coolin ' with my honey . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad, family and friends. SUZANNE D. ARONSON Sue, Suze . . . Giggly, mysterious, moo- dy .. . Peeves: Shadows, " Susan, " Sun- day morns . . . Favorites: Tennis, gum, " fine, " Gorm, camp . . . Memories: Summer ' 87, times with Matt, Steve and Steph, 12 31 86, Celtics ' 86, 16, Softball in the rain, M the Chauffeur, train jumping . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MONICA ASCENSAO " The past is the present, isn ' t it? It ' s the future, too . . . " (Eugene O ' Neill) NEIL AVEDISSIAN Stubborn, impatient, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, losing money, waiting, jogging, spontaneous people . . . Favorites: Skiing, winning tickets, " I ' m not playing, " " So, I don ' t care, " " I like these, " " Alright " . . . Memories: Pats Peak, 12 29 86, 7 15 85, B-hunting . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 21 p « i JOSEPH BAETA Roundness, J.J., Joe B. . . . Friendly, honest, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Cliques, " girls " , people with power . . . Mem- ories: Soccer season, food, 8 21 87, camp grounds . . . Favorites: My clique, the guys, ZZ Topp, Yes, Glad to see me. LEE BARBOSA Friendly, unpredictable, crazy . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, snobs . . . Favorites: Color black, Poison, I Won ' t Forget You, chill out, good times with Ferg, Smetta, Steve . . . Memories: Ponka pog, cruising in cutlass, 3-24-87 going with Steve . . . Being with Steve, I love you Steve . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. ROBERT F. BARKSDALE Barka, Bobby B., Fat Ma n . . . Friend- ly, mischievous, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Busy signals, " No, " being grounded, form running, people touching my hair . . . Favorites: Saxophone, football, weekend swillin ' , Beastie Boys, Hangin w the crew . . . Memories: Steph, Hoop ' 86 ' - ' 87 ' , Jr. Prom Plus, New Year ' s ' 87 ' , the bomber, April vac ' 87 ' , " Smellin good, " " Brooks room, " " no fried foods, " parties w all, " eggs, " manevens, " classic, " . . . Thank you Mom and Dad. ERNEST A. BARRUETA Ernie, " E " . . . Party when possible . . . Going in late, ISS Office Sessions with Nay, " Fridays, " 11 14 86 — 8:22 p.m Kango Krew — Swingin ' -n-Swillin ' , Jai- Alai, Julio and women (what a guy), skiing with Nay and Daa, 6 weeks prison sen- tence, racquetball, N.H. is a shadow, Tex- as and partying in Mexico, Summer ' 87 con mi prima favorita, 10 11 86, 10 30 86, beginning of the best with Renee, I ' ll love you forever . . . " Stay Golden. " JESSICA BARTELL Jess . . . Outgoing, caring, sensitive . . . Peeves: Friends who aren ' t waking up, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: Heart!, " Mint! " " Arggg! " Talks with Kris, Crazy times with Marci, Renee ' s friendship . . . Memories; Summer of ' 85, " The Pits, " the ladder, the bridge concerts, especially Heart, " C ' mon, ya know ya wanna, " 4 a.m., Pool hoppin ' . . . Thanks and love to friends and family. DANA MICHAEL BEATON Animal, DP . . . Athletic, friendly, car- ing . . . Peeves: 31, cliques, rumors, back-stabbers . . . Favorites: Alf, Dok- ken, Ozzy, concha, hockey, bus rides, soccer, " ho . . . ly, " lame . . . Memories: Fairgrounds, " Ugly teeth, " Coach, Al ' s Cats in the Craddle . . . Thanx Mom and Dad. MELINDA BELL Melin, Min, Mindi . . . Moody, cute, creative . . . Peeves: Twirling flutes, buses at 7 a.m., snovs, Shayna ' s car . . . Favorites: " Paradise by the dashboard lights, " BBYO, NESBA 86-87, NEMA ' 87 . . . " Hey twin-up for McDonald ' s?, " 10 22 85, " Shut up Shaynal, " Spring ' 85, International ' 87, Summer ' 87, Peter, Paul and Mary Co., Inc., Dean Jr. . . . Thanks for all of the love. LISA MARIE BENTO Lisee . . . Optimistic, happy, talkative . . . Peeves: Ignorance, depressing peo- ple, posers, shopping . . . Favorites: The Ramas, Venus, Harmony, Maid- en, Anthrax, Blizzard, Banana Split, my buddies . . . Memories: Summer ' 86 and ' 87 w Olga, Tina, Cid, Dilla, Jack- ie, Erin, Portugal w Stud and Anita, 2 weeks, Joey, Mike, Lemmy, Chris, Jonathan, Christian . . . Thanks, Mom. TANYA L. BERG Tan, Tani . . . Crazy, moody, wild . . . Peeves: Boredom, school, rules . . . Favorites: Elton, The Beach, Mark, The Big Chill, What ' s cookin ' ?, jeans, " Is it almost Friday?, " Swings, Honey, Shaw ' s M M cookies . . . Memories: 5 23 87, Friendly ' s with Kel, 8 1 87, Penn., CVS specials, 4 22 87, Pool with the guys, Laura ' s Party ... I love you Mom, Dad, Rob, Fly. 22 MICHELLE A. BERNSTEIN Problem child, fish, The Original Crip . . . Sarcastic, outgoing . . . Peeves: Alf, duck walking, short bus rides, the word divorce, snobs, " Flag Line, " knee braces . . . Favorites: NESBA, majorettes, saxophone players . . . Memories: Dennis Dance, Summer of ' 87, freakin ' , band camp, " Off The Line! " stick clique, O ' Neilmobile, Fish Feather 4-ever, My sweet 16??, lop- sided trumpet players . . . Thanks to all my family and Heather. NICOLAS BERLOQUIN Nick . . . Interesting, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeves: Fish, seafood, trig, digital watches, hairdressers . . . Favorites: Pink Floyd, computer network, cat- acombs, Jack Nicholson . . . Memories: August 20, arrival in the USA. KAREN BITTNER Bit, Bitty . . . Gullible, sappy, confused . . . Peeves: Shy guys, backstabbers, yacking, " don ' t worry about it. " . . . Favorites: And what ' s your name . . .?, " Heart Soul, " Precious and Granny . . . Memories: Quarter of six, partying, Winimsy Kerri, Carrie, Roach Rd., Tame! summer nights, Bitty ' s B-day . . . Stewardess School . . . Love to Mom, Dad and friends. PAUL BONOMI Banonads, Concha, Pab . . . Flirtatious, crazy, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Cliques and snobs . . . Favorites: " Big 4, " Gumby Mo- bile, pumpkin stealing, thirsty Thursdays, " Holy, " out with guys, beach after prom . . . Memories: Week of 10 25, all nighters, times w Julio . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I Love You! ROBIN L. BORDEN Rob, Lizzie, Felipe . . . Sensitive, friendly . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, cliques, " Off the line! " math tests . . . Favorites: " No way, really? " , (Robin) (Robin) = Rob- in2, " Susan, my friend, " Ah-Choo, Pic ' s Rule! . . . Memories: Camp ' 85, Jeff 7 24 85, 5 17 86, 11 14 86, Madonna ' 87, Chinese food with Amy, good times with my friends . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Matt, I Love You! DAVID BORNSTEIN Bornie . . . Peeves: Getouts, morning ice, flying clipboards, nose whistles, Coach Lou ' s brother, super goalies . . . Favorites: Team breakfasts, rides to Neponset, all-nighters, fire hydrants, red trucks, zantics, Joe ' s door, beeps and windshield wipers . . . Memories: Street signs, JV Hockey, hockey songs, Greenies house, nights out with the guys. STEPHANIE BORR Little Wonder, neeneenee, Borey . . . Talkative, friendly . . . Peeves: Not having my own car, taking the bus, " Be home by twelve! " " and so any- ways " . . . Favorites: " You can use the car, " Jr. Prom, camp Softball, summer of ' 87 ... Memories: Band, Thayer Pharm, attempted windsurfing w Gary, friends w Phil, times w Steve, Matt and Suzanne . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Jamie, I Love You!!! RICHARD A. BRADBURY Rich . . . Easy going, wild, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Lame nights, blue lights, no money . . . Favorites: Money, fast cars, skiing, huge parties, Maiden 3 31 87, Waters 8 14 87, Good times on the Cape, hanging w Matt and Scott, " Douta " , Times with T. Costa, " when the van ' s rockin, don ' t come knocking " ... All my love to Mom and Dad. BONNIE LEE BRALEY Bonnie, Bon Bon, Bunyons, Bunny . . . Spoiled rotten, stubborn, crazy . . . Found with Chris . . . Favorites: Ozzy, Ratt, Chinese food, Camaros, Monte Carlo SS ... Memories: 11 3 85, Nantasket, walking the beach, first love . . . Love to Mom, Dad and Chris. 23 MICHAEL M. BRENNAN " We do not remember days, we re- member moments. " KERRI BRIEN Kel . . . Sensitive, impatient . . . Peeves: Blow-offs, driving, boring weekends . . . Favorites: Atkinson, South school, " It ' s 12:00 I hear ya, " " Is there a problem, officer? " nights out in the blue bomber with Ka and Nimsy, " Oh Nimsy what is it? " . . . Memories: Top of the Hub, 7 17 87, 7 31 87, 10 2 87 . . . Love, and Thanks to Mom and Dad. BRIAN BROOKER " School is a building that has four walls — with tomorrow inside. " JARROD W. BROPHY Bone, Broph . . . Peeves: School and work . . . Favorites: Sex Pistols, Ramones, Bob Marley, Grateful Dead, Rastaman Vibration, skateboarding and surfing, " oi! " " I hear ya there! " dog, bone, and dish in the service unit, Sunsplash festival, the rat! . . . Peace Corps, Jamaica . . . Thanx, Mum and Pop! COREY BROWN Rambo, Spice, Monster, Cranberry juice, Ali-Brown, lucky five, hoop, football, track, Walpole, " Natalie ' 86, " smuff, blonde, Muscley, KP Hoop Game, Alan ' s party, bleachers, traditions, my car, friends, talks with Marc, Rae, AC-DC, arm wrestling, Latin, A404, times with Mitch, Alan, Izzy, Phil, Matt, Scott, Mike, Rich, pool with Jeff, California, apple picking, convention with Mitch . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Melissa. DANIEL BRYAN Mic . . . Humorous, friendly, easy going . . . Peeves: nerds, prudes, illogical, nagging people, snack bars, fake parties, freshmen . . . Favorites: Road trips, Mic Parties, " yaaay, " Incon, Room-parties, belching, Boston, uk-2, George t . . . Memories: Liv- ing w Easter, 11 8 86, 98 Spallus Road, Lake George, birthday week, Brook ' s house, basketball games, the witches, the Maneuver . . . Thanks to my family and friends. JEAN ANN BRYSON Jeanne . . . Gullible, caring, shy . . . Peeves: Snobs, two-faced people, cliques . . . Favorites: " Secret Lovers " by Klymaxx, " Never Say Goodbye " by Bon Jovi, " Doubt it " . . . Memories: 8 12 85, 2 5 87, 6 3 87, summer of ' 85 . . . Thanks Mom and Dad and all my close friends . . . Good luck, Rose! LINDA BUCKLEY " Memory is when you look back and the answers float in to who, what, when, and where . . . " (Carl Sandburg) KATHY BULGER Kathy, " Bulge " . . . Athletic, flirta- tious, gullible . . . Popularity contests, gasses, losing, 9 6 87, my left ankle . . . Twins! field hockey 86-87 w my sports buddy, B-ball and summers of 86-87 . . . The Noid, Boston memories, limo rides, Baystates-Gold, my small get- togethers that turn into school parties! . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, family and friends, to anyone who helped, and to Dee. JAMES BUTLER Jim . . . Cynical, friendly, stubborn . . . Peeves: Summer reading, cold weath- er, standard transmissions, math, gym . . . Favorites: Van Halen, lifeguarding, sleeping, Chem II, track, Bridge day, " 92 lbs., " unfair advantages . . . Mem- ories: The vette, D.C. ' 88, " Who ' s beat- ing who? — ' 84 to ' 88 " . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, M ike and Steve. .Pi flm Mi ...II ...n 24 REGEL P. CABRERA Ray, Rage . . . Quiet, indecisive . . . Peeves: Arguments, deciding what to do, show-offs, snobs . . . Favorites: " The Big K, " February football, " Tell Me!! " " Now, now!! " " So I go . . ., " " Ya ' Know, " . . . Memories: Pool party, dance recital, 6-21-86, special times with Annemarie . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad and Ren. KEVIN MICHAEL CALLANAN Cal, Kev . . . Friendly, original, artistic . . . Peeves: Coke, people who are xerox copies, peas . . . Favorites: Gold Trans Ams, Pepsi, " Der, " RUN DMC, Mi- chael J. Fox, Richard Nixon . . . Mem- ories: " What I like about you, " Teen conference, Washington trips, The Club. STEVEN CAMBRA Dude . . . Moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: Ice in drinks, cars that don ' t run . . . Favorites: Iron Maiden, " Dude, " Marcellos subs . . . Memories: Angela 6 7 86, " The Rock, " Iron Maiden con- cert, summer of 86. ROBERT J. CAMPBELL Robbie, Rob, Splat . . . Flirtatious, easy- going, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Math, dry weekends, " Getting busted, " " Eat my shorts, " . . . Favorites: Hockey, skiing, pool . . . Memories: Daytona ' 88, Canada ' 87, Greenmanor 4 22 87, partying with Ricky, Mark, Mike, Denap, Butch, Tanya, P.C. nights with Rick . . . Thanks to John, Carolyn, and all my friends ... I Love you Mom. WENDY GAYLE CANTER Bill, Hoover . . . Loud, domineering, moo- dy .. . Peeves: 6 a.m., parking lots w poles, campers alerts, " where are you applying? " " Megadeath, " cliques, 10-0 . . . Favorites: Journey, Whitesnake, summers at Yomechas, " 3, 3 + Kenny, " " Whoa — stop the car! — Did you see him?!? — wicked nice! " . . . Memories: Weekends at Cym ' s, great times w friends . . . Thanx Mom, Dad, + even Ben. TARA CAREY Boom, Tard, Tarey . . . Shy, fun, loud . . . Peeves: Snobs, blowoffs, no parties, warm bud . . . Favorites: Scoop, bas- ketball, cons, Riverdale, long weekends . . . Memories: Times with Lisa, Carla, Da, Nay, Paulie, Pat, + Jimmy, and everyone else, Oh yeah, B-toned scubs . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, Love ya! LINDA CARROLL Lynda . . . Outgoing, sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: Two-faced people, work, boring weekends, no money . . . Favorites: Parties at the beach, times with the girls, shopping . . . Memories: Always and Forever Erik 1 11 85, Dan ' s house, E = 1st exit, 8 15 87, 11 17 82, " Wanna Leave? " . . . Love and thanks Marl, Feists, Leanne, Chick. JANINE MARIE CATALANO Jean the Bean, Nine . . . Gullible, friendly, terrible driver . . . Favorites: Blue eyes and smiles, Broncos, " The t- 100, " runs w the trackies, cross- country, track, " That was so rude! " . . . Memories: New Year ' s ' 86, Falmouth, Florida w Pam, Prom weekend, Rich 5 8 87, Cheez-it fights in the Bronco, cruisin ' in Yoda, Vermont weekends . . . Love and thanks Mom, Dad, Kim, and Matt. 25 KATHY CIVITARESE Kath, Kafie . . . Sensitive, moody, out- going . . . Peeves: Cliques, Monday- Friday 8:00-2:09, friends who aren ' t, liars and users . . . Favorites: Concerts with Sean, Def Leppard, Aerosmith, Whitesnake, " Gee, this looks famil- iar, " " What did you say your number was? " . . . Memories: Junior skip day, 4 15 87, 10 12 87, Halloween ' 87, my old brown Mustang ... All my Love Mom, Dad, and Donna . . . Thanks to all my friends especially Chere, Tricia, Ryan, and Rose. KIM CLARK Cathy . . . Shy, happy, funny . . . Peeves: ignorant people, Elvis . . . Favorites: The Cult, Smiths, Vital Idol, " Really? " A-ha, " Geez Louise, " hair spray, " Social fox pass, " " Bene! " . . . Memories: Drill team ' 85- ' 88, The Hex, 11 28 85, CYO, those " fun " ski trips, 10 21 86, Blue Hills Club, ten- nis, Fluffy — the dog, the 3-pound pocket book, times with " the gang, " Wondertwin power . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and friends. STEVEN COCKCROFT Steve, Mr. Cockcroft, Coke . . . " Good sense of humor " . . . Peeves: Pizza, cliques, nothing to do . . . Favorites: Skiing, no homework, sleeping . . . Memories: Times with Liz, skiing with Frank, Killington, Maiden 86, 8 9 86, cruisin with Tim, Town Spa crew, fix- ing cars, Saturday football games . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Lin. JAMES COFFEY " The truth shall make ye free, but first it shall make ye miserable. " DONNA J. COLE Doobie, Doc, Spiccoli . . . Sly, humorous, quiet . . . Peeves: " Phony smiles, " curfews, empty coolers . . . Favorites: 8-toned scubs, Candy dots, open mouths, all night- ers, moonwalks . . . Memories: Animal house, The Closet, pod hopping, " Sure! " . . . Thanks Nana, Mom and Dad. STEPHANIE LYNN COLLINS Steph, Stephie, Whitney, Prez . . . Sensitive, outgoing, optimistic . . . Peeves: A car w o gas, scruff, waiting, " wet willies " . . . Memories: Den- nison ' s Court ' 84, LEAD, summer ' 87, Prez 86-87, Jr. Prom, " the day after, " jogging and ice cream w Julio, Bob, flat tires at the spa w Lara, NESBA, " The Plant, " " The Greatest Love of All, " " Chestnuts " w Trace, " Beep, Beep-HI!! " ... I love you Mom, Dad, Andrea, and Jen. DAVID CONNELL Dave . . . Confused, Lazy, miserable . . . Peeves: Walking, getting up for school, got a butt, setbacks . . . Favorites: Metallica, Maiden, Dokken, Sanatari- um, lasagna, motocross and muscle cars . . . Memories: Vacation in Flor- ida, partying with the guys, Summer of ' 86, (the best) good times with Evelyn, shop classes, oh sure, oh well, Don ' t worry about it, High School was a breeze, but a blast, now ready for the world, heading for boot camp. RENEE CONTI Artistic, original, shy . . . Peeves: " Are you related? " " You look like Lisa Lisa, " prejudice people, seniors on the line . . . Favorites: Field hockey, Jess ' s friendship, Prince, jammin w Christa . . . Memories: Camp, StuC, radar, 3 7 86 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family. STEPHEN A. COOK Cookie, Shnook, Stevie . . . Shy, moo- dy, friendly . . . Peeves: " Where ' s the fire? " rumors, " another baby? " work- ing on a Sat. nite, freshmen, when Iz hits me . . . Favorites: Baseball, Aer- osmith 10 31 87, Boston 8 18 87, Led Zep, Convos w Kim, being w friends, tennis w Brook, halftimes . . . Mem- ories: Brook B-day, April Vac ' 87, 10 30 87, tent nite . . . Thanks and love to family. 26 MARC COOPERSTEIN Coop . . . Humorous, crazy outgoing . . . Peeves: Getting up at 4 a.m., dirty cars, doing homework, no money, a car without gas . . . Favorites: The Who (Won ' t get fooled again), Eric Clapton (Layla), Chinese food, skiing, Satur- day Night Live . . . Memories: Fresh- man football 78, Good times with the boys, summer of ' 87, The Neighbor- hood . . . Thanks for everything Mom, Jack, love always. t KRISTIN CORBETT Kristin, Kris . . . Different, funny . . . My love hate relationship with school . . . Peeves: Old people in sports cars, anything before 10 a.m. . . . Favorites: Football, summers, black hair and blue eyes . . . Memories: E hours with Jen- nifer, squid and section 8, and Nick . . . Thank you everyone, even you Chip. DAWN CORREIA Dawn, Bucky . . . Hyper, kind, friendly . . . Peeves: Walking to school at 10, fake smiles, snobs . . . Favorites: Ski- ing, the beach, cool spring days . . . Memories: My sticker collection, dou- ble ups, double downs, long talks with Sue, the " softball " . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. TONY COSTANZO Ginni . . . Memories: " No muf to tuf, " Lo- cal 59, " We dive at Five, " Bar-Bar-Q, " Nugs, " " 67 " Mustang, 289, 2+2, fast back, soccer, Ant, Steve, Jack, Ant, The Four Ginnis . . . Health, money, success, hap- piness . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. PATRICIA COUGHLIN Trish . . . Loud, obnoxious, friendly . . . Peeves: Work, getting grounded, cliques and etiquettes, ex-boyfriends, losing . . . Favorites: Scoop, Billy Idol, cheap trick . . . Memories: scoop with Joe, scoop with Brian, 11 30 85-1 24 86, Vetsa, Dor, Cindy, etc., Times with Kathy, Jul, Chere, Renee and Jen . . . Thanks to everyone, especially my best friend Jennifer Ng. SUZANNE COUGHLIN Suzy, Susana, Helen . . . Outgoing, loud, cheerful . . . Peeves: Unorganized people, phonies, rolling out of bed at 7:00, when people call me " Susan, " never being able to leave at 2:09 . . . Memories: Mad Mawwy Mobile at 7:59, great times with Annie, Dolly, Mattress . . . " The suit fits J.B., " Har- vey Fortunafish . . . fiestas with Ecz . . . neverending StudC biz . . . Lip Sync ' 87 ... 2 proms ' 87 . . . Thanks for all your love and support Mom, Dad, and Joan. KAREN CROMBIE Friendly, sensitive . . . Peeves: Wait- ing, boring nites, users, no money . . . Favorites: Led Zep, skiing, food, going away, brunch . . . Memories: Good times with Jimmy, I love you, 8 86, Maine ' 85, the Brockton gang . . . Love and Thanks to my family. THERESA CROWELL Tree . . . Outgoing, sporty . . . Peeves: Cheerleaders, cliques, liars, broken promises . . . Favorites: Judas Priest, " Greatest Love of All, " soccer . . . Memories: Winter 1985-86, Summer of ' 87, my senior year . . . Thanks to my family, friends and special thanks to Lisa Alexson, Roy Fraga, Tony Cos- tanzo, Jennifer Ng, My Mom and My new father Bill. DAVID M. CUNNINGHAM Slammer, D, D.C., Davo . . . Hyper, weird, happy-go-lucky . . . Favorites: Hockey, bus rides, sleeping at Pete ' s, 4 yrs. of Latin, " Right! " beach trip, Hog- gers, out w the guys, Sue . . . Mem- ories: " Where ' s Dave? " Boston con- certs, the crazy 3, swilling and walking, redline, the loft, all nights, all times w Sue, 4-11-85-4-11-92 ... Love and Thanks, Mom, Dad, Uncle Ike and Family. 27 ROBERT M. CURRIE " Our memories are card indexes con- sulted . . . " ERIC DAVIS Cliff, Eck . . . Peeves: Get registered, long hair, no job . . . Favorites: " Leaf, " " Lizzard go all the way, " Wargasm, Metal Church, Anthrax and Metallica rule . . . Memories: " Where ' s the Orpheum? " $50 swim Ames, pulled over again Bri, hacking " 128, " Jake and Elwood, jamming with Kirk, James and Lars, B-day at beach 10 31 86, 5 20 87 ... Writeup dedi- cated to the late great Cliff Burton. MICHAEL DENAPOLI DeNap, Boo-Boo, Mikey, Sonny . . . Flirtatious, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Joe ' s " Babe, " Kweebas, long Thursday, McD ' s . . . Favorites: Iron Maiden, Whitesnake, weekends w the gang . . . Memories: I ' ll always miss Bill P. and Scott A . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Angela and Tom, I love you. SUZANA J. B. DEPONTE Suzi Q., Shushi, Guito . . . Vivacious, gul- lible, sensitive . . . Peeves: Good-byes, Monday mornings, two-faced people, my curfew . . . Favorites: Summer, beach, " the beeper " . . . Memories: " Busted . . . ISS, " Madonna, Towny with Donna, " Cinderella, " " You and me against the wind, 11 29 86, " " albert ' s and penquins " . . . " Best of luck to 88! " . . . Mom, Dad, Mike, Jan, I love you! Mom, thanks for being there! KEVIN DERBA Mom, I couldn ' t have done it without you ... " I love you! " . . . Thanks for putting up with me. CHRISTOPHER E. DEXTER Dex Dhonga . . . Persuasive, athletic . . . Peeves: Homework, Halloween ' 86, Hard Rock, Freshman Connection . . . Favorites: " Touch of Grey, " who best who, there you go, enter . . . Memories: Beating Foxboro ' 87, Junior Olympics, Summer of ' 87, Beating the Bug and Bird Man . . . My Thanks and love to my Parents. RENEE M. DIAS Nayneggs . . . Hello kids, locker 344 w Lisa, soccer w The Mooga Boogas, Muncha, Daa, Nay, Boom, " I hate this game, " David Lee Roth w Al, " let ' s go shopping! " Jamaica in April . . . The mattress business w Fran, " I don ' t want to be here! " Tripfights and Pigpiles . . . Quiet times w Ernie 10 30 86, 11 14 86. " You ' re the Inspi- ration, " best friends always Lisa and Donna . . . Thanks Mum, I love you. RICHARD A. DICASTRO Rich . . . Funny, tired, easygoing Peeves: People who don ' t walk fast Kweebas, cigarette smoke . . Favorites: Whitesnake, AC DC, week ends with the crew . . . Memories Times with Renee, Oct. 16, 1985, Death ride, Ugly ' s RT, 10 24 87 ... " I wanna be a cop " . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, Renee. A " ROBERT DOHERTY Bob, Bobby, Doherty, Figure . . . Sneaky, schemer, unpredictable . . . Peeves: Girlfriends, boring weekends, losing, car trouble . . . Favorites: Snap- pers, Led Zep, hockey, " I ' ll meet you at — , " trust me, parties, fishing . . . Memories: Scott and Billy, yee-ha, Cape ' 86, the neighborhood, 2 28 86, say dud, Stace and Troy, my secret lovers . . . Thanks, Mom and Tony. 28 CARLA DOWD Carlala . . . Friendly, funny, flakie . . . Peeves: Forks in the road, being un- organized, losing or fading away from friends, no parties, " Where to now " . . . Favorites: Times with Tracy, working with my buddy Butch, 8-toned scubs, the chase, " ya know, " the Casino, the party gear . . . Memories: Good times with Patrice, Karen, Patty, Donna, and Tara, Road Race weekend, " It ' s in my shoe! " animal house, Summer of ' 87, Senior Year . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Nana, and Gramps. I love you! DEANA DOWGAS Dowgas, Red, Dee . . . Talk too much, loud music, should have been a blonde . . . Peeves: Coming home on time ha! ha!, there ' s nothing to do, not having a phone . . . Favorites: Moving trees, tuna fish, 2 front teeth, " I want a pea- nut butter and jelly sandwich, " . . . Memories: Summer ' 87, 6 87 Papa Gi- no ' s, 2 23 . . . Thanks very much, Denise and Perry, love ya Ma. RENEE DRAY Reenie . . . Funky, flirtatious, talkative . . . Peeves: Two-faced people, one phone, attendance office, Mr. C and Mrs. V . . . Favorites: " The Time of My Life, " lasagna, Softball, cross coun- try and Mr. B and Mrs. Rooslet . . . Memories: Beaver Island, Maine 85 . . . Thanks and love to Mom, Dad, Rich, Rob, Ryan, Rhonda, Die, Mrs. Jardin, Mrs. Blomstrom and Brina. LEAH EMMOTT " The horse would have a good laugh today if he could see all the motorists adjusting their shoulder harnesses. " RICHARD R. ENOS Ricky, Rick, Cra- ter, Peanut . . . Laid back, nutty, tired . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, secrets, bed- spins, suicides, cutting weight, busy sig- nals . . . Favorites: Soccer games, 2:09 bells, weekends with Mark, Rob, Joe, Tan, Mike, Butch, and Mike D., Fridays, wres- tling . . . Memories: " Prom night bash, " ski trips, 2 18 86, 10 2 87 with Heather, Can- ton soccer game ' 87, 8 1 87 with Tan, Kell, Mark. JULIE M. ESCOBAR Jules . . . Sentimental, serious, worried . . . Peeves: Goodbyes, broken prom- ises . . . Favorites: Bon Jovi, seafood, " Dirty Dancing " . . . Memories: " My bro " Joe, times with Jimmy, 4 16 87, Mike ' s careness, Sally ' s friendship, talks with Paula, Sue ' s " 4-get him? " , wrestling with Ezzy and Joe, " Wait, " " Angel, " " Tears In The Nite, " " Never Say Goodbye " . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, family and friends, I love you . . . Spe- cial thanks to Mr. Cullen and Miss Sproul. LAURA FASANO Fasano, Headkicker . . . Friendly, car- ing, impatient . . . Peeves: Smoke, snobs, waiting . . . Favorites: Triumph, " Poppies, " Myrtle, " I love you guys, " times w the gang, Patti, Donna . . . Memories: Triumph 10 23 85, Cape ' 87 w Liz, Kat, Elyse, " Champion, " Chalet ' 86, Arthurs house . . . Love and thanks Mom and Dad. CHRISTINE FEELEY Chris, Cam Neely . . . Hockey nut, sar- castic, independent . . . Peeves: Mon- treal Canadians les Habitants, not making it past the first round of the playoffs, homework especially on game nights . . . Favorites: Boston Bruins, Hockey Digest, Hockey News, bench- clearing brawls . . . " Sometimes the most absurd and reckless aspirations have led to extraordinary success " . . . good luck to all you zombies. REBECCA FENCER Speck, Becky, Beck . . . Friendly, sen- sitive, indecisive . . . Peeves: Bloody- noses, having no gum . . . Memories: J ' s house, " Christa your hair looks fine, " mighty mouse, " When will you be home? " beauteous is a word, " can ' t deal, " speckmobile, Christa ' s friend- ship — I couldn ' t have made it without you! 4 19 86, 3 2 87, my bathroom wall, hola!, Horseneck, special times spent with Jim . . . Love and thanks to my family and friends. 29 WILLIAM FINI Bill . . . Optimistic, outgoing, esoteric . . . Peeves: Sarcasm, " that ' s the tick- et, " being called " Billy " . . . Remember 1 1- 7, 5 2 87, the Centrum, the Cape, " Boom " parties and happy hour, " beachin, " parasailing, European Va- cation and waterbeds, " iust for pleas- ure! " . . . Thanks Rents!!! CHRISTIAN FINN Chris . . . Crazy, philosophical, witty . . . Favorites: Friday 2:09, crankin ' up The Who and Leppelin, all the dead shows . . . Peeves: Waking up in the morning, pinners, SAT ' s, trigonome- try ... Memories: 7 4 87 " Dead Ahead, " Crazy times with Izzy, The Cape weekend, special memories of Billy and Dad . . . Christian Finn M.D. . . . Thanks Ma for being there when I need you. SUSAN FITZGERALD " The past is whatever the records and the memories agree upon. " (George Orwell) SHARON FORTIER Shar . . . Friendly, sensitive . . . cliques, no good parties . . . Drawing, Aerosmith . . . Summer of ' 85, breakfasts, good times with good friends . . . Thanks to all my friends and family . . . Love you all. MICHAEL FRADKIN Mike, Frad, Miguel . . . Creative, re- served, humorous . . . Peeves: Off the line, feet, alarm clocks, messy hair . . . Band bus rides, " Boston, " " Journey, " " Spinal Tap, " jamming, keyboard, Valiant . . . Memories: New Hamp- shire w Paul, F-Fred . . . WAHAHHH, The Deal 6-12-87, disc jockeying, Cri- dgies, Jazz Band, times w Jeff . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Rob, I love you. SUSAN S. FRAGA Memories: Bridgewater Raynham, Summer of 87, Dirty Dancing, horse- back riding photography, " Never say Goodbye, " good luck to Lisa and Tony, " Hey Honey, " good luck to all of the underclassmen . . . Thanks and love ya, Mom and Dad. WAYNE FRANCIS TERESA FREITAS Terry . . . Memories: Junior Prom rough start great ending. Friday nights with friends, best friend Penny for- ever, working days at Dunkin Donuts . . . Peeves: fights with friends, getting up in the morning, being told lies . . . Favorites: Cut it out, knock it off, stop it, let ' s roll, let ' s split, all right then, set me free, Beast of Burden, Little lies, Beastie Boys. 30 NICOLE M. GALLANT Nic . . . Sensitive, friendly, cheerful . . . Peeves: " Nikki, " slow people, " one more time, " " off the line " . . . Favorites: Huey Lewis and the News, " Pic ' s rule, " being with friends, espe- cially Robin, " Grampa, " " iceberg " . . . Memories: 5 1 86, spring track ' 86, Summer ' 85, Newport . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Judy, I love you! PAUL GALVIN Tool . . . Adventurous, willing, com- fortable . . . Peeves: People who snack, soft music, The Boys . . . Favorites: Journey, Zeppelin, The Dead, " It ' s cool n ' all, " jammin with the Band, cream filled doughnuts at Dunkin ' s, waters . . . Memories: Cape winds in Hyannis, " Oh Baby! " " My Head! " . . . " When I grow up I want to be a grown- up " FRANK T. GARCIA Fish, Flounder . . . Quiet, shy, friendly . . . Peeves: math, jocks, Sunday driv- ers, fighting, hardtimes . . . Favorites: Karate, Boston, Whitesnake, Scorpi- ons, still loving you, weekends, parties, E-hour with Mr. Chamberlain ' s class . . . Memories: 9 24 87, a never ending relationship with Susan, summer of ' 87 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Mrs. Cul- len, Susan . . . Love you, finally made it! 0 DONNA GIBSON Gibby, Na . . . Sentimental, material- istic, diligent . . . Peeves: Lame nights, early morning, prejudice, perfect moodiness . . . Favorites: Gum and candy, fashion, friends, good times, " obe-k-be, " " Lost in Emotion, " " fried " . . . Memories: NEMA Majorettes, towny, ISS, Madonna with Sue, Swartz, wonduck sauce with Jen . . . Luck to everyone . . . Thanks to my parents, teachers and family. MATTHEW GILMAN Matt, Rude . . . Athletic, persistent, ob- servant . . . Peeves: 6:50 a.m., stretching, phony people, losing to Hingham . . . Favorites: " Wayward son, " tennis, Celtics, " That ' s just great, so anyways what we ' re saying, " " Are you talking to me? " . . . Memories: Boys ' State, 5 15 85, scavenger hunt with Mike, The Lucky Five, good times with the guys, tournaments in Norwell, sick Iz . . . Love and thanks Mom, Dad, and Cari. AMY GITTO Aims, Crack, Geet . . . Talkative, paranoid, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Feet, 106 West, cur- fews, spandex. foggy windows, nose bones . . . Favorites: Boston, Cutlass Cruiser, Horseneck dunes, red hair, eggs, Lori ' s room . . . Memories: team, Cridge, Roan!, 12 31 86-1 1 87, Sewcyk ' s 17th, 10 days, James ' house, Times w Klops ... To be in a Doublemint commercial . . . Thanks Dad, Mom, Jane, and Kathy, I love you! KATHERINE GITTO Kathy, KG, Geetoe . . . Talkative, blunt, optimistic . . . Peeves: 106 West, feet, Amy? curfews, Dennis, Sunday practices, lame hair . . . Favorites: 10 day, Boston, Cridge, Sewcyk ' s 17th, swill team, naked, eggs . . . Memories: Field hockey, good times w Palso, Jr. Prom, Leeann ' s friendship, summer ' 87 ... Doublemint commercial . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Amy, and Jane, I love you! CHRISTA M. GOLDBERG Seg-mo, Sta . . . Friendly, loud, ide- alistic . . . Peeves: Prejudice people, breaking up, no calls, coolers, " Are you related? " . . . Favorites: Speck ' s house, bathroom walls, Scott, all nighters, Horseneck, " anyone, " Mighty Mouse, matador, ha-joke, yeah buddy, Lee- ann, jammin with Renee . . . Memo- ries: Times with Drake, 1 24 87, 10 3 87, The New, 6 6 84, field hock- ey, Pat ... Thanx Becky, Ma, Dad, Mark, Greg, and Nan. Love you. SHAYNA ELISE GOLDBERG Shane, Whoopie . . . Peeves: Parking along the fence, marching band, my car, taking the bus . . . Favorites: Ma- donna, " Material Girl, " Journey, " Faithfully, " " Stairway to Heaven, " waterbeds . . . Memories: Band trips, Newport ' 85, Washington ' 86, New- port ' 87 with the guys, Israel ' 87, BBYO conventions, Jr. Prom, 11 28 86. MARK ANTHONY GOMES Mark . . . Peeves: Foxboro, Freshman connection . . . Favorites: " Be careful, " " who-beat-who, " Eric Davis, Utah . . . Memories: 84 85 cross country team, Foxboro: ' 87 spring, track, ' 86- ' 87 Winter track bus, Mickey Mouse — bang, bang, B-2nd Match . . . Thanks Medeiros, Sap, John A., Nancy, Mom, Dad, and Mac (for the great fight) and special thanks to Dave. NELLY GOMES BooBoo, Nelly, Nell, Fresh Prince . . . Funny, careful . . . Peeves: Snobs, two faced people, Monday-Friday, igno- rance . . . Favorites: Fat Boys, over- eating, Who ' s Fresh?, Eric 13, pizza, hold up though!, Alf, salt and pepper, bumb him . . . Memories: Lip sync, Vincents, Papa Gino ' s, 100% proof, Big Value, letter " E " . . . Thanks to my friends and family, especially my Mom. LORI GOODKIN Lorris, Shmood, Goody . . . Moody, friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: Cabs, busy signals, aggravation, bad atti- tudes, " 7:00! " . . . Favorites: " My Poems, " True Colors, " Magic Wand, " " Swill supply, " Tom Petty . . . Mem- ories: Parties in my room, special year with Roan, talks with Kev, Times with Pasko, 2 22 86, My obsession, 12 31 86, Boston ' 87, 10 days, cheering ' 86 ' 88, Seweyk ' s 17th, " I can ' t see! " . . . Thank you mom, I love you. JOE GORMAN Harnz, Stormin ' Gorman, Gene . . . Peeves: Thiefs, classification of teenagers, bad attitudes . . . Favorites: KISS, DIO, " Touch of Grey, " Gene Simmons, Metallica . . . Memories: My tank, haunted house ' 87, Florida ' 87, " 13 years already Holly, " " Must be getting early the clocks are running late " . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad. LEEANN GOSLIN LeeAnn, Lee, L.A. . . . Quiet, sensitive, happy . . . Peeves: Rainy days, mornings, cliques . . . Favorites: Summer, Mandarin House, Celtics, friends . . . Memories: Good times with friends, summers in Maine, 10 9 85, 8 19 87 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, family, and friends, love you all! PATRICIA M. GRASSO Patti . . . Moody, sarcastic, spastic . . . Peeves: Being lost, phonies, " What? " beige equations, 1 shoe, " on the line, " windows . . . Favorites: My parties, the family, Casino, stiff necks, Animal House, 8 toned scubs, Henry and Wanda, slammers . . . Memories: Field Hockey, soph, year, Zimbabwe, Res- ervoir 1 hr. with Doc, 17 years with Brian, Good times with Jen, Doc, Knob, Shmio, Al, Carla, and Fascano . . . Love you Mom, Dad and Willard. LORI J. GREENE Lor, Lawrence . . . Easygoing, friendly, selective . . . Peeves: Working, early mornings, winter, a ruined scheme, clams, roosters . . . Favorites: Week- ends, Summer, rite Russians, money, dining out, partying with friends . . . Memories: Summer of ' 87 at the Cape 7 3 87 yesterdays, 7 4 87 sledding with DeeDee and Kelly, good times with Karen and Deena, scheming with DeeDee my best buddy . . . Love and thanks to Mom. BRIAN GREGOIRE " When we put ourselves in the other person ' s place, we ' re less likely to want to put him in his place. " AARON GROVER " A prejudice is a vagrant opinion with- out visible means of support. " (Ambrose Bierce) DONNA GUILFOYLE Donna . . . Friendly, spirited, athletic . . . Peeves: Being " dramatically irrel- evant, " Dawn ' s chocolate milk, per- forated edges that aren ' t, highlighting, speed work, injuries, Foxboro! . . . Favorites; ' 57 Chevy, track, my lucky socks, " sniffy, " talks with my 1 sister Michele, Dave ' s Pow-wows . . . Mem- ories: ' 87 Jr. Olympics (Provo, Utah), singin ' with the critchets, best of times with Befri, Jr. Prom . . . Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and Michele, you ' re the best! JEANNE GUINEY Schlemi, J.J. . . . Hyper, sarcastic, moody . . . Peeves: Being a cameron, rudeness, arooo . . . Favorites: U2, cruisin ' in Yoda, picker lane, Wil- libagels, meatloaf . . . Memories: Sum- mer nights on the bleachers, Thorbanians, good times with Dori and Jen, " I wanna be with you guys " . . . Love to my family, good luck Harold! RENEE MARIE GUSCIORA Neggie, Ray . . . Stubborn, picky, friendly . . . Peeves: Waiting, goody-byes, broken promises . . . Favorites: David, red hair, " Always and Forever, " dancing, hockey, Mexican food, muscles, " Angel " . . . Mem- ories: 5 20 85, 8 23 86, 12 20 86, The Cape, times with friends . . . All my love and thanks to Mario, friends, and family for their support. GEORGE C. HALL George C. . . . Friendly, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, work, " Off the line! " " Help out with the pit equip- ment, " 9 27 87, Hairy, The VOO DOO QUEEN . . . band, Spa, " the MITSU " . . . Memories: 9 26 87, the 180 on Pearl St., times with friends, " Party at Mongs, " Washington D.C. ' 86, New- port ' 87, 4 years of marching Band and bus rides, best Drum Line 10 24 87, discus and shot ' 86 ' 87, My 1982 Buick " SKY BOX! " . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Pete, I love you all. JAMES HALLET Jimbo . . . Outgoing, adventuresome . . . Peeves: Liars, snobs, substitute teachers, homework, school lunch . . . Led Zeppelin, commons, E-hour, The Swill Team . . . Memories: 10 10 87 the night I met Kim . . . Thanks Ma and Dad. TIMOTHY HANSEN Crazy . . . Peeves: Speeding tickets . . . Wrestling, " semper fi " . . . Memories: Album party ' 86, Bleacher chase ' 87 . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. ROGER S. HARDY Rogie, Doger . . . Peeves: Blow offs, waiting, Mondays, no money, no par- ties, rainy weekends . . . Aerosmith, Dokken, Cure, weekends, payday, house parties . . . Memories: Aeros- mith 10-31-87, Bermuda ' 88, Manor Drive Boys, bad attitude, hockey team " Bus rides, " old spa crew, The Beach 5, The Big P. Areba!!! . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. 33 SHAUNA HAVLIN Unusual, sarcastic, funny . . . Peeves: Elvis-haters, cliques, pretend-friends, liars, democrats . . . Favorites: Good friends, Mr. McCormick ' s classes, old rock -n- roll, Freud, singing w my bud- dies, happy times . . . Memories: Blue Hills Club, Monkees concert, first love, summers with my friends, show choir, Pete ' s Dream . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, it couldn ' t be done without you. ANNA CATHERINE HAWKO Annis, Anay . . . Friendly, loud, out- going . . . Peeves: 9 6 87, " happy fac- es, " 48 hrs. nonmovement, McD ' s, missing anything . . . Favorites: " Hoonies, " The new, nudo, 3, " Trendies " Geckos, booglas, " Whew! " . . . Memories: Jamie — best friends forever, cheering, Hawaii ' 87, times w David 5 16 87, Jr. Prom, Phil ' s friendship, sleepovers, the south, " recuperating, " New York, 4-eva friendship w Sta, Speck, Ka, Dor . . . Thanks for everything Mom, Gram, and Poppa, I love you. LISA HAYES Unpredictable, emotional, sensitive . . . Peeves: Having no money, snobs . . . Chinese food, " We almost had it all " . . . Memories: All the good times with Kim, Marci, Ed, Mark G, Neil, Dave, and Steve, " the pits, " all the good times with Mark (3 20 86-6 28 87) . . . Thanks Dad for being there when I need you. LINDA HENDRY " Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. " (Marie Curie) FERNANDO HERRERO Nano . . . Candid, friendly . . . Peeves: " Very Nicely, " Michael Jackson, Heavy Metal, " Shut up Laura " . . . Girls, Rum, Boston, peanut butter, NYC, cheerleaders, John Cougar, bullfights . . . Memories: Black Knights in action, Red Sox ' 87, Cape Cod, 8 14 87, Boston ' 87, Lynyrd Skynyrd . . . Thanks to both of my fami- lies, SHS, and all of my friends. KAREN HIRSCHORN Ka, Sub 2, Swin . . . Friendly, moody, gullible . . . Peeves: The Bird, " Oh ick " . . . Favorites: U9 four, beach with Rhon, Chris, Bill, Heidi ' s parties, Ad- ams and Bowie . . . Memories: Sum- mer of ' 87, Cape, Uncle Tony ' s, forever Annie ' s psychiatrist, 5 2 87, Chris . . . Love to Mom, Dad, Gramps, Rhon and friends. RHONDA HIRSCHORN Rhon, Sub I, Hershette . . . Sarcastic, moody, outspoken . . . Peeves: Inde- cisiveness, attitudes, " do-do-do, " " I don ' t know, " The Bird, The Home Shopping Club . . . Favorites: The Cape, " boods and wushes, " us four, Bryan Adams, Uncle Tony ' s . . . Mem- ories: Summer ' 87, Cape parties, 9:00 p.m., Wollaston, Sea Street, Heidi ' s parties . . . Love to Mom, Dad, Gramps, Ka. PAMELA HOWELL Pamella, Panachela, Pam Pam . . . Moody, friendly, outgoing . . . Peeves: Liars, snobs, bills . . . Money, laughing, " lots of windows " . . . Memories: Cape ' 86, Pete ' s rice, Boston — 1 86, 4- wheeling, times with Kim, Sharon, Gina. Lynn, Sue . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad, grandparents, Alterios. 34 MARK ISVECK Iz, Izzy, Izard . . . Crazy, friendly, fun- ny .. . Weekends at McD ' s, sprints, girl problems, Corey ' s complaining . . . The Who, Lo Mein, Hazing . . . Lucky 5, Christmas Eve ' 84, Daltrey ' 85, Chris ' mischief, Matt ' s friendship, transforming Smed, Corey ' s nick- names, 11 29 85 ... I love you Mom, Dad and Eric. JONATHAN JACOBS Brilliant, fashionable, legend-killer . . . Peeves: Poseurs, Ignorance . . . Favorites: Queensryche, Metallica, OZ ' s, Rickenbackers . . . " Mosh Hard Always!!! " SUSAN JANELLE JARDIN Suz . . . Friendly, crazy, emotional . . . Peeves: Friends that aren ' t, cling ons, cheerios . . . Favorites: Ketchup, yolk, Gary ' s family . . . Memories: Sleepin ' at Muddies, Natasket, Blue Hills, Houghtons, Pratts, " The Pickle, " Jr. Prom with Gary, jeans, 4 25 87, good times with Gooch and Bri, the three- some . . . Thanks, Sean ... I love you Mom, Dad and Mike. SEAN JASIE Smed, Jace, Shasty J . . . Sarcastic, stubborn, witty . . . Peeves: Losing, people touching my hair, cliques . . . Favorites: SHS hoop, " Okay, " party- ing, " There ya go " . . . Memories: Sum- mer league, Brook ' s birthday week, 4 22 87, partying with Al and Brook, the bomber, " really? " " Gordon ' s, " psy- cho Barney and Rude . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Eric and Denise. CHRISTINE JELLOE Chris . . . Sarcastic, esoteric . . . Peeves: No minds, cheez whiz, pink windows, " Oh, ick, " rats . . . Favorites: 2 subs, Adams, Bowie, " the knife, " always Dennis, Hor- seneck ' 87 ... Memories: 5 2 87, what a night! 3 23 86, ski trip, Florida ' 85 ... Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and the Beaver. LARRY C. B. JOHNSON " The wise man reads both books and life itself. " (Lin Yutang) JOHNNIE J. JONES JR. Johnnie . . . Quiet, shy, unpredictable . . . Peeves: People telling me what to do, people aggravating me . . . Mem- ories: Puerto Rico vacation, chilling with the Brooklyn Posse, Rizz and the Boys, my ' 87 Iroc Z-28 . . . Thanks Ma, Dad, AYJ and the grandparents, Love ya. JEANNE V. JORGE Jeanne . . . Talkative, friendly, messy . . . Peeves: Getting up early . . . Favorites: " Babe, " 8 30 86, 6 27 87, 7 20 87 . . . Memories: God bless Chris, Cindy and Grandma, summer of ' 86, and ' 87 with Laurenio . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Laurenio for all your love and support, I love you all. MICHAEL KANE Miguel, Haans . . . Quiet, shy, only kid- ding . . . Peeves: Cocoons at the beach, playing in the cold, famous bands with no talent . . . Favorites: Van Halen, Rush, jello pie, baseball, track, band, my guitars and amps, Cutlass Cruiser . . . Memories: Raw Deal, Zimbabwe, Zephyr, clay ponds, summer of ' 87, scuba with Boing and Naiobi . . . Thanks to Bill Barb, Sue, Jan, Bill, Chris, Grove, Smitty, Mike T., Joe B., Joe G., Nicole, Mr. C, and Mr. K. DOREEN J. KAUFMAN Doe, Dod, Dodie . . . Sensitive, moody . . . Peeves: Spiders, homework, no car, no money, waiting . . . Favorites: Chi- cago, " Hard to Say I ' m Sorry, " Italian food, Softball, Fridays at 2:09, week- ends . . . Memories: Special times with all my friends, 7 6 86, 8 4 86, 10 30 86 . . . Thanks, Deanna, for al- ways being there when I needed you most . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and fam- ily ... I love you. 35 SEAN R. KELLEY Spazz, Seano, Scott . . . Murmurish, calm, spontaneous . . . Peeves: Friends not waiting, cliques, bloody noses . . . Favorites: 1 1; 1 1 , " you ' re walking, " " why? " " click-dong, " " Burp rules, " Kiss, AC DC, Metallica, scooter styles . . . Memories: Always and Forever Barb 1 7 86, sanity ' s edge, " I am the sea! " Leaf Flicks with Brian, Broom- ball ... All my love Mom, Dad, and " Yo Joe " Melissa . . . Gary and Sue you ' re welcome. ROBERT KENDRIGAN Rob, Kangaroo, Dragon . . . Outgoing, unpredictable, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Fakes, Monday mornings, hangovers, prudes, failing, losing, homework, peo- ple that are late, staying home, all boys schools . . . Favorites: Music, soccer, basketball, Town Spa, who cares? speed, Bud, parties, Are we having fun yet? . . . Thanks, Dad, Mom, friends and family. PHILIP R. KLAYMAN Phil, Pil ... Friendly, funny . . . Peeves: " Off the line, " geometry, scraping ice off the car windows in winter, snack bar food . . . Favorites: " What ' s up home slice? " " word, " wres- tling matches w Cory, my cute Escort . . . Memories: Philadelphia ' 85, Wash- ington D.C. ' 86, Newport ' 87, Jr. Prom, band, pole vaulting, camp soft- ball games, good times w Rich, Steph and Aaron . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. JEFFREY KLEINBERG Jeff . . . Laidback, sarcastic, humorous . . . Peeves: Homework, double labs, computer awareness . . . Favorites: Va- cations, long weekends, absent teach- ers . . . Memories: Getting from A-4 to E-l in freshman year . . . Thanks to all teachers who didn ' t check homework that closely. CHERELL KUSCHEL Chere, Chere Bear . . . Sensitive and out- going . . . Peeves: Running out and no time . . . Favorites: Ski, " Hungry Eyes, " " I can Dream " . . . Memories: 10 30 87, 10 3 87, 10 12 85, good times with Jack, coolers in the BMW, " Jack, I need a ride, " " Sandy, why are the trees swaying? " " What ' s your number! " . . . Thanks to all my friends for being there, especially Donna, both Jacks and Sandy . . . Thank you Mom and Dad, I love you. MIKEN LALLI Mike . . . Funky, different . . . Peeves: Finding something to wear, humid days, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: Jimmy De- an, Marilyn Monroe, The Cure, U-2, Da- vid, hairspray . . . Memories: Melissa ' 85, Southie, Martha ' s Vineyard, special times w David and Jimmy ... I miss you. DAWN LANCIANI Dawn . . . Athletic, friendly, cheerful . . . Chocolate milk, seniors on the line, cliques, Sunday morning practice, " What are you going to do next year? " . . . field hockey ' 87, basketball, Softball with my sports buddy, Twins . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family. JENNIFER R. LANNER Jen, Lanna . . . Athletic, friendly, out- going . . . Peeves: Stiff necks, Sunday practices, fighting, no swill . . . Favorites: 8-toned scubs, field hockey, casino, fighting with Al . . . Memories: Times with Bill, 5 8 86, 6 28 87, July 4th, Harvard meets, Boston, the Ca- ribbean, Hull ' 84, ' 85, with Mich., fun times with Al, Knob, Patti, Donna, Chemung Hill frosh gr. with Sewcyk and Karen, our family . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad for always being there, love to my best buddy, Billy. STEPHEN P. LECLAIRE " It ' s not that I ' m afraid to die. I just don ' t want to be there when it hap- pens. " (Woody Allen) KIM LERNER I cannot change yesterday ... I can only make the most of today . . . And look with hope toward Tomorrow . . . Kimmy, Kimba . . . Favorites: Parties, dancing, going to the beach . . . Mem- ories: Good times with Marisa and also Claire, coolers, Prom ' 87 . . . Thanks to mv cousin Mitch and my family. i A r MITCH S. LERNER Mitch S . . . Sarcastic, out-going . . . Peeves: Sled, losing games, working . . . Favorites: Ozzy, conniving, sweats and helmets, " Tonight it ' s you, " T.V. seminar, weekends . . . Memories: Ca- lifornia ' 87, Terban, Daltry Concert with Izzy, Capt. ' 87 football, B-ball game with Chuck, Groves, and Corey, Line Lumber Road, " Grease Light- ning " with Oppy and Corey, weekend down the Cape . . . Love ya Bon, love and thanks Mom, Dad, and family. DORI LEVINE Doris, D . . . Quiet until known, moo- dy, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Getting caught, lying, missing coolers, rude- ness, cameron . . . Favorites: U-2, An- nie ' s booglo, no need, " how do ya feel?, " " nine times " . . . Memories: Cruising in yoda, summer of ' 86, " the notebook, " 3 musketeers, good times with Jeanne and Jen, Oreo cookies, Speck ' s friendship, special talks with Annie . . . Thanks for everything Mom and Dad, good luck Tina. MARCIE LEVINE Marce, M . . . Happy, high-spirited, talkative . . . Peeves: Two-faced peo- ple, accidents, no bathrooms, " any gum? " following directions . . . Favorites: Cheerleading, Hoonies, " sure, " Horseneck Beach, J ' s house, Beth ' s special friendship, Lori ' s room . . . Memories: McD ' s, special times w Joe, Boston Concert, 7-11, talks w Barry . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Steven and Robert . . . Thanku Beth for always being there. PAUL LEVINE Pablo, Paule, Plavel . . . Peeves: " Off the line! " broken strings, the boys, service, no bassist . . . Favorites: The Cordola, the cons, woodsies, strat, Jazz band, baisled with the guys, Metal, classics, my brother Sean . . . Memories: Washington ' 86, New Hampshire ' 87, Newport and the hay ' 87, Roger Waters, Sanity ' i Edge . . . Love ya, Mom and Dad. MARCI LEVITAN Friendly, crazy, night person . . . Peeves: Homework, being broke, trying to be eve- rywhere at once . . . Favorites: Led Zep- pelin, " All-Nighters, " " puppy dog eyes, " " A whole lotta love, " " Lisa and Kim — friends forever, " " Hey, hey what can I do? " . . . Memories: Morning with Sue Fig, Marci and Jess, " The lost girls, " 9 19 87 . . . Thanks Dad and Mom, couldn ' t have done without you! . . . Thanks Mike for being you. FREDERICK A. LEVY Fred, Drick . . . Judy pin, The losers, Rob Germain, Friday Night crew, show jazz choir, car wars, map skills, music, trips, ah-choo, Hetty, Lori ' s laugh, the rabbit, musical horn, all my friends, Jr. Prom limo, " So it goes " . . . Thanks to my family and friends. YIANNA LIATSOS Greek . . . Friendly, optimistic, loud . . . Peeves: Prejudice, curfews, rudeness, making decisions, exams . . . Favorites: Dancing, listening to music, partying, shopping, Beatles, being w friends . . . Memories: Theomitor, Glyfada, Acropolis, downtown Athens, Monas- tinaki, bags w water, special times in Greece with friends, Michael F . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Carol, Costa, Ma- ria, Tina, I love you. ROBIN L. LOCKE Rob, Robbi, Bob, Jes . . . Sensitive, friendly, moody . . . Peeves: Rabbits, slow people, 6 a.m., cliques, boring classes, gym, " You ' re too quiet! " . . . Favorites: Journey, soccer games, Stoughton Drug girls . . . Memories: Junior Prom, 7 4 87, summer ' 85, good times w friends esp. Nicole . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Michelle and Jim- my, I love you! LAURA LONG Doube L . . . Athletic, happy-go-lucky . . . Peeves: Cliques, Sunday morning practices, hanging at McDonald ' s . . . Captain basketball, Softball, Junior Olympics . . . Memories: Summers in Dennisport, that one soccer game, times with Deidre, 3 20 87 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Jamie for everything, I love you! 37 JIMMY LONGOBARDI GARY LORIMER " The egotist always hurts the one he " No one so thoroughly appreciates the loves — himself. " value of constructive criticism as the one who ' s giving it. " KEVIN LOTTI Duke . . . Mellow, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Nosewhistling, the warhead, " beeps " . . . Favorites: Kenny, " Ha? " " Then take ' em, " a.m. hockey, meatlocker . . . Memories: Times with the guys, telepathy, talks with Kirk, Goody, J ' s house, " How do ya fig- ure? " 10-11-85 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family. A If GLEN C. LYERLA III Fry, Slim, Mr. Mousse, Mr. Peabody, Lio- la, Smokey, heat . . . Nice, wise, Sarcastic . . . Peeves: The day after, nothing to do, going home . . . Favorites: Captains, and Coke, pay day, the night before, " The fol- lowing are changes in classes today, " White Russians . . . Memories: 8 7-8 9 ' 87, Town Spa, Steve, Annie, Domer, Butcher, 4 29 83, 10 5 85 . . . Thanks to family and friends. JAMES K. LYONS " There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it. " (Edith Wharton) TONY MAFFEO Special memories: 8 7, 6 17, Xmas of ' 86, Summer of ' 86 ... Greensboro: Mom, Densie, Todd, Chris, Mark, Ja- son, Jeff, Frank, Tammy, 4500, 5606 D . . . Brockton: The Park, Peter, Greg, Chris, Fred, Kim, Cheryl . . . Favorites: The Crue, Camaros, Saturday Nights, Tesla . . . Thanks to Dad, Grandma, everyone else. PAUL MAHAN Paulie, Reddog, Budman . . . Crazy, obnoxious, loud . . . Peeves: Police, spill team, warm swill, no swill!, Pat driving, Domino ' s pizza . . . Favorites: Buzzweiser, A-smith, The Blazer, Q106, kegs, the club . . . Memories: Cons, good times with Quazy, Norto, and swillettes, all nighters, swill team captain with Norto, spot parties ... I made it! . . . Mom and Dad, thanks, I Love You! J. ROBERT MAHONEY They call him Mo, quite a sarcastic fellow . . . He has fond memories of a junior year . . . the tent, shasty shop, basketball, died on May 9th, brought back to life on ferris wheel, Banana . . . This line is dedicated to his mother, BAM. 38 VICKI MALIS Vick . . . Outgoing and friendly . . . Peeves: Busy signals . . . Favorites: " All right then, " " rah rah " . . . Mem- ories: Spending time with the gang from Medi-Mart, 10 13 87 . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Lisa for all your support. RICHARD MALO " One thing that money alone cannot buy is the wag of a dog ' s tail. " DAWN E. MARGOLIN Dawn, D.D., 3-D . . . Dippy, happy, optimistic, gullible . . . Peeves: Back stabbers, snobs, ears . . . Favorites: " Never Say Goodbye, " Days of Our Lives . . . Memories: David and the spider, times w Jeff and Kim, Riverdale every Friday night, River- side Park, BBYO, summer of ' 86 . . . Thank you, Mom, Sheri, friends, I love you all. PENNY ANN MARTIN Penn, Buggs, Nickel . . . Peeves: People who don ' t listen, fightin ' , fake friends . . . Memories: Special times with Paul, 4 21 86, 9th grade science (Mr. Monti, Junior Prom, " Lady in Red " . . . Favorites: Beastie Boys, Beast of Burden, spending time with good friends, " Rose, " " Best friend Terry, " " Give Bubba Mucha, " " Snookums, " " cut it out, " " stop it, " " let ' s roll, " " Knock it off . . . Thanks to family, especially Mom, Dad, Holly, Paul, and Terry, I love you. MICHAEL MASAITAS Mike, Twiggy, Saitis . . . Sarcastic, friend- ly .. . Peeves: Homeroom, taxi service, cliques, gym class, hats on sideways, going out on weekends when there is nothing to do . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, " Stairway to Heaven, " " Hey friend, " skiing, pizza, McDonald ' s, yellow Bomber . . . Memo- ries: Trip to Virginia with Butch, partying with Mark, Robbie, Ricky, Denap, Butch and Tany, 4 22 87, pool at Tanya ' s, Tues- days . . . Thanks, Mom Ken, love Mike. ROBERET MATTHEWS " Most history is just gossip that has grown old gracefully. " (Sydney Harris) HEATHER McALISTER Feather, Crip, the Assassin . . . Sar- castic, stubborn . . . Peeves: Run throughs, one more time, duck walking . . . Favorites: NESBA majorettes, bas- ketball players . . . Memories: Basket- ball ' 87, band ' 86, ' 87, lopsided trumpet players, fish and feather 4-eva . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Mike. KELLY McANNENY Kiki . . . Friendly, funny sarcastic . . . Peeves: Finding something to wear, fake people, waiting, clams . . . Favorites: Lobster, white tigers, brunch, skiing, parties . . . Memories: Lots of good times with Deedee, Lori, Karen, Deena . . . sleddogging with Lori, summer of ' 87, rapids 8 87 . . . Lots of love to my family and friends. CHARLES McCABE Chuck . . . Athletic, friendly, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Canton, football ' 87, " Gentlemen, " losing, far soccer goal, perimeter offense . . . Favorites: Foot- ball, baseball, Latin classes with Mr. Berry, Willy McGreeny . . . Memories: 52, captain, lifting with Keana, " Surprise, " the great car chase with Pete and Rob, The Hornet, hanging with Grove, Mitch, Issy, and Corey, cards at Barry ' s house . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad. SEAN P. McCORMICK Memories: Times spent with Neil, Ma- ry, Jenn P., Ron, Rach and Amy, sum- mer of ' 86, Killington, Close-up, " Hey what ' s falafel? " . . . Favorites: Black, originality, punk girls, fast cars, Prin- cess . . . Peeves: Trendies, followers, non-consistency . . . Future: Travel, a black Porsche, and big money . . . Thanks, Mom, Nana, Kerry, I love you. JOSEPH D. McCULLOUGH Jose, Joe, LL Cool J., Mic Lie . . . Confused, flirty, great looker . . . Peeves: Math, losing, snobs . . . Favorites: Nice clothes, gourmet food, socializing, Peter Cetera, girls . . . Memories: Football (54), cruising, late nights, great friends, gifts, ' 86- ' 87 . . . Love to parents and family, also to Marylyn. CYNTHIA McDUFF Cindy . . . Loquacious, sensitive, easy- going . . . Peeves: Snobs, fakes, Mon- days . . . Favorites: " Fresh to the flesh, " pizza clothes, business . . . Memories: Papa ' s with Nel, Dana 10 8 86, freshman year with Joanne, Escapades, Palace ... I love you, Mom. KAREN L. McGOWAN Knob, McGoo . . . Impatient, knobu- lar, observant . . . Peeves: Alarm clocks, phonies, " on the line, " no par- ties, cabs, curfews . . . Favorites: James Dean, soggy Raisin Bran, Patti ' s par- ties, 8-toned scubs, U-2, fall of 8, An- imal House, Ritz, tissues . . . Mem- ories: Road Race Weekend w Patti, Fluff and Carla, deep convos w Al, sledding w Sewcyk and Jenn, learning to ski w Fluff and Kris . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, and sisters. CONSTANCE McNAMARA Connie . . . Friendly, happy, talkative . . . Peeves: Quitters, a.m. rehearsals, so-called " friends " . . . Favorites: Competitions, " wicked bad " . . . Memories: Marching band, band trips, summer of ' 86, show choir . . . Thanks to my family and friends, I love you all. ANA MEDEIROS Ana Banana . . . Athletic, funny, sar- castic . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, two-faced, cliques . . . Favorites: Hock- ey, Chinese food, Europe, Journey . . . Memories: Connecticut, soccer team, Bruins game, 5 27 87 . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, John, Paul and special thanks to Michelle and friends. JENNIFER LEE MEDEIROS Lady Liberty, Cripple 2, Gwen, " Greasylegs, " Hopalong . . . Sarcastic, schitzo . . . Peeves: The duck walk, Un- cle Al, short bus rides, " Flagline, " knee brace . . . Favorites: NESBA, majoret- tes, the Dennis dance . . . Memories: Milton Academy, summer ' 87, Trooper Tobin, stick clique, band camp ' 86- ' 88, " Off The Line! " duck buddy, O ' Neillmobile, Michelle ' s sweet 16, Rambo, fuzzy dice, lopsided trumpet players . . . Love to Mom, Dad, and the Beaver (John). THERESA MELANSON " This is the true measure of love: when we believe that we alone can love, that no one could ever have loved so before us, and that no one will ever love in the same way after us. " (Goethe) KEVIN P. McNAMARA Mack . . . Impulsive, athletic, irresponsible . . . Peeves: School lunch, Algebra II, Shaw ' s, Foxboro, freshmen, sprained an- kles, blockhead, Physics, Caf-2 lunch, sophomore female trackies . . . Favorites: Track, speed work, Mr. B ' s U.S. I II, " who beat who, " Springsteen, Dragonlance Chronicles, cross country, Police, U2, sharp objects, Halloween ' 86, track championship ' 87, The Album Party, The Love Bus. DONNA J. MERCADANTE Daa, Merc . . . Stubborn, giggly, daring . . . Peeves: Goodbyes, cliques, liars, " trashpickers " . . . Favorites: Soccer with Breanie, Europe with Lisa (Sleep much), Nujgenuff, Jamaica with Nay, " Negs, " Spain ' 87 with Julio, Moo- gaBooga ' s rule, Munch, Boom, Daa, Nay, tripfights, " wan to go shoppin? " , Bumpkins, times with the girls . . . Memories: Those special times with my brother Julio, 8 27 87, my friends and great times in Spain . . . Love to Ma, Da, Grams, Chris. 40 JULIE ANN MITCHE i, Jules, Juju, Bun . . . Friendly, outgo- ing, happy . . . Peeves: Cliques, ice cream, gym, clean rooms . . . Favorites: Bon Jovi, " breathe in . . . " " Are you serious? " . . . Memories: 11 3 86, Wed. and Sat. nights with Frank, Friday nights with Liz, medical excuses, Piz- zeria Regina, spumoni with Bon and Chere . . . Good times with Frank and my friends . . . Love and thanks, Mom and Dad. TONIA MARIE MOLIN Toni . . . Cheerful, giggly, daydreamer . . . Peeves: Cliques, gym, two-faced people . . . Favorites: Doritos, pizza, girlscouts, chorus, " I ' m sorry " . . . Memories: May 8, 1987, summer of 1987, April 14, 1987, Good times with friends, Vaca ' s . . . Become rich and have a great time with my friends . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. THOMAS M. MOLINARI T, Canar-Hawk, T.M., T-buddy! . . . Impatient, unpredictable, happy-go- lucky . . . Peeves: Losing, Hudson Po- lice, hitting the goal post, fields that are ready after you graduate . . . Favorites: Hockey, Baseball, Coach Chuck V., Zanties, The guys, " White Line, " " O.K. Big Guy! " . . . Bottle dropping with Stacky, " The Mav, " 2:18 a.m., Ronna notes, " E, " Hockey bus rides, team breakfast . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. TRACY ELIZABETH MOORE Trace, Stacy, Betti, Tash, Terry ... Op- timistic, sarcastic, over-sensitive . . . Peeves: 3rd time late w o a note, " twice around the track, " narrow minds . . . Favorites: U2, snowdays, " the following changes in schedule, " candy corn, 3-day weekends, the plays, " Save Ferris, " Mo, Moi, Moi, " when in doubt skip! " Thanks Mom and Dad. MARIBEL MORRIS " No matter what other nations may say about the United States, immi- gration is still the sincerest form of flattery. " DENISE J. MURPHY Deedee . . . Carefree, lazy, impatient . . . Peeves: Mornings, no mula, wait- ing, boring weekends, Blue Hills, clams, all nighters, roosters . . . Favorites: Partying w friends, " US-5, " pizza, sea-breeze, AC DC, A-smith, summer, lobster, VCR ' s . . . Memories: Awesome times w Lori, Kelly, Deena, 14 yrs. w Karen, Summer of ' 87, July 4th at the Cape, Mass. Mar. w Kelly . . . " It ' s alright " Dancin ' on Desks! . . . Thanx Mom, I love you! LEANNE MURRAY Lou, BM . . . Friendly, patient, happy . . . Peeves: Slow people, math, " tell your father, " unfair people . . . Favorites: 9 Coll w Stak, Denison Court, Twister w B. Pauz, Chumley, Bazooka, Summer w Chris Dave, special times w Chris 10 12 85, Roons, White Horse, HPark, Horking sweatshirts, 9 yrs. w Gittos, ice cream w Beth, road trips twin, " Chris " Kev Greg . . . Thanks for listening O ' Grady . . . Thanks to my family, I love you all! JILL NEVIL Jilly . . . Aggressive, sarcastic, different . . . Peeves: " I don ' t know, " divorce, cold feet, fake people, double dates, snobs . . . Favorites: Ice cream, Old Silver Beach, day dreaming, " This one goes out to the one I love " . . . Mem- ories: Summer ' 86, Humarock, Patti ' s Parties, My true love George, schem- ing with Nicole . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad, I love you! 41 — ' ii I STACY NEWMAN Stace . . . Outgoing, caring, optimistic . . . Peeves: Saying goodbye, broken promises, liars . . . Favorites: Def Lep- pard, " Save all your love " . . . Mem- ories: Summer of ' 86 , Junior Skip day . . . Thanks to my family and friends. MEREDITH NEWTON Meri, Norma . . . Friendly, crazy, fun loving . . . Peeves: Talking like Jeanen, no parties, snobs, jocks . . . Favorites: Aerosmith, Oct. 30, McDee ' s, purple, Oscar, Christine, Lorraine, Jeanen . . . Memories: Times with Rick, 9 20 86, Boston with Bobby D., Horseneck, Bermuda ' 88, Franklin . . . Best of Luck Class of ' 88. JENNIFER NG Nugs, Nugzi . . . Tired, optimistic, spastic . . . Peeves: " Cute, " teachers who are never absent, Mondays . . . Favorites: Peaches, submarine races (Ahhhh!), night out with the guys, C- hour commons, sectionals . . . Mem- ories: 5 8 87 (Shhh!), 5 7 84, 9 24 87 . . . " If you love something, set it free, if it comes back, it was meant to be. " MICHELLE NIMS Nimsy, Shnimzer . . . Moody, dazed, sar- castic . . . Peeves: Scrubs, ID please, We ' ll be around . . . Favorites: Heart and Soul, Precious and Granny, Searchin ' , I hear ya, It ' s 12:00, Def Leppard, " Carrie, " wanna pita bread . . . Memories: The beach at Ames, July 16th, What is it? Roach Rd., South School, 3 empty cups please, Ash- lands, Tasty Tidbits with Kerri and Karen . . . Thanks for everything Mom and Dad. MICHELLE NOONAN Noonie, Noon, Shell . . . Moody, quiet un- til known . . . Peeves: Aimless driving, " be home by midnight, " getting caught . . . Favorites: U2, " party girls, " pink rose, " Careless Whisper, " dancing raisins . . . Memories: " Out of Control " at Loon, " body of tree, " B-lst, 7 15 87, cold night on Cross St., jumping off train . . . Lots of love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and Sean. ELYSE WENDY NORRIS Independent, talkative, intense, out- going . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, off the line . . . Newport ' 84 and ' 87, Washington ' 86, Alternate Infinity . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Daryl and Ron. PATRICK NORTON Norto . . . Crazy, friendly . . . Peeves: Warm swill, spill team . . . Favorites: Body building, Led Zep, " Let ' s do it! " . . . Memories: Camping at the Cons, Midnight crusin ' in the Phoenix, my keg party . . . Thanks Mom and Dad for hacking me . . . Remember SHS always. MIKE T. O ' HARE Mike . . . Cool whip, no hair . . . Moo- dy, moshminded . . . Peeves: State cops, fences . . . Favorites: Wargasm, Animal, Capt. Crunch, Blizzard (good luck dudes!) . . . Memories: 6 20 87, Norto (weekend bear bros.), Jon J. ( " These red all-stars are gonna mosh all over you! " ), and Eric ( " The short kid with the long blonde hair " ), " Hey Kathy, you ' re a loser, but I love ya!, " Thanx for being there Ma and Dad, I love you! LOUIS F. OLIVEIRA Corry, Lou, Louie O . . . Crazy, unique, caring . . . Peeves: Teachers treating us like children, no A, B, or F, G com- mons, four minutes is never long enough, no off-campus lunch, school food, non-dairy creamers . . . Favorites: Top 40, Whitesnake, sau- sage and pineapple pizza (double cheese), cycling, TV seminar, " Why the hell not?! " " If it feels good, do it! " . . . Memories: Guys night out, early Thursday, first kiss, graduation, my friends . . . Seriously, Thanks to the faculty for the opportunity to learn and love to all my friends. 42 RITA A. OLIVEIRA Olive Oil, Ritchinha . . . Moody, fun loving, outgoing . . . Peeves: Waking up early, homework and tests on Friday, snobs, friends who lie a lot to me . . . Favorites: Singing, dancing in the " Rancho Foclorico, " soccer, " Like oh my God, " " Dirty Dancing, " " Patrick Swayze, " " Time of My Life " . . . Mem- ories: Will never 4-get my friends, Go- ing out w Fernie, Maria, Lisa etc. 6 7 87 and 7 12 87 w Mike ... Thanks a bunch for all the support from my friends and Mom and Dad, Love yas. ALAN OPPENHEIM Oppy, Cocky Oppy, Op Monster . . . Shy, adventurous, athlete . . . Peeves: Baby talk, Father Ted, lame nights, losing, dumping swill . . . Favorites: " The Bomb- er, " Shasty Budweiser, room parties, cun- ning, muffin . . . Memories: Good Times with Laura, " Say You Say Me, " 6 24 85, 7 8 85, " More over, " New Year ' 86, 5 8 87, Thanks, Mom, Dad, and all my friends. WENDY OLSEN Wendy the Wench . . . Spontaneous, spacy, outgoing . . . Peeves: McDonald ' s on Friday nights, no par- ties, cliques . . . Favorites: Bon Jovi, " You know why Wendy? " " Rock me " . . . Memories: Bon Jovi concert, July ' 87, dumpster lady, movies, Cumbies . . . Thanks to Dina for being there. ERIC OLSON Eric . . . Cynical, sarcastic, moody . . . Gym, history readings, " The Beautiful One " . . . Peter Gabriel, " Evita, " " I ' m going to guidance, " Team supreme, Satan . . . Acting, Washington ' 86, Field ' s Park water balloons, Jan. 1, 1987 ... To make it on Broadway . . . Thanks for everything, Mom, You ' re the best. KRISTINE M. O ' REILLY Kris . . . Sensitive, friendly, caring . . . Peeves: Moose, crowded ba throoms, and snobs . . . Memories: 10 21 84, 7 17 87, chorus, C-Team football . . . Thanks Mom and Dad! I love you! STACY OSTIS Stace . . . Talkative, gullible, flirtatious . . . Peeves: Boring nites, curfews, Mondays, working, flat hair . . . Favorites: Shopping, Florida trips, dirty license plates, Aerosmith 3X, At- lantic City w Sean . . . Memories: The beach w Rogie, " Bobby D. The Stud, " best friends 4-eva w Troy, best times w Sean 4-eva 3 23 84, my buddies Pineo and Deedee . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. BRENDA O ' SULLIVAN Brenda, " O, " Jennifer . . . Impatient, gullible, paranoid . . . Peeves: E-hour gym, " You know who you look like? " getting caught, no cars . . . Favorites: Boston Concert, " I hear ya, " " I can ' t see, hey, man " . . . Memories: 10 days, good times with Plaks, 8 toned skubs, S ummer of ' 83 with Lisa, yellow lines, cons, the wall . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Dee, Kevin. MANUEL M. PACHECO JR. Manny . . . Lazy, complainer, procras- tinator . . . Peeves: Rainy Mondays, essays, summer reading, Shakespeare . . . Favorites: Soccer, pizza, parties, dancing, Chinese food, Chris Deburgh (Lady in Red), weekends with Sally, special times with special friends . . . Memories: Spirit halls, summer of ' 87, 4 17 87, Grupo Foclore . . . Special thanks to Mom, Dad, Anna and Lino, I love you all! 43 SUE PAQUETTE " Good grief, " " Hairspray! " " Robin my friend, " " Too chic, " Sebring, Epcot, Duran, the last five years, 6 18 87, Es- panol, Art, Radio WCSB, Nailpolish, " Oh my God! " , 35mm, " Gimme a break. " MICHELLE L. PARKER Park, Dave . . . Optimistic, happy-go- lucky, humorous . . . Peeves: Acci- dents, rainy days, E-hour gym, getting caught . . . Favorites: 10 days, A-smith, " the walk, " the band in the barn, pink pig, blue eyes, A-smith concert . . . Memories: good times w Alsko, Sum- mer ' 87, friendship w Linda . . . Thanks Mom and Dad ... I Love you! LEANNE PARRIN Crazy, sarcastic, friendly . . . Peeves: Snobs, waiting, curfews . . . Favorites: Partying, " Hey-uglys, " Ozzy, week- ends . . . Memories: Good times with Mai, Ellen, Kathy, Ricky, neighbor- hood, Avon, school chums, 5 30 86, " 151, " April Vacation ' 87, The Jalopy, 5 21 87, best of times w Ross . . . Love and thanx Mom and family. ROBERT W. PAUKNER Bob . . . Quiet, shy, friendly . . . Peeves: 4 22 87, Deep Purple, Jack D., McDonald ' s . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Skynyrd . . . Memories: 4 22 87, good times with Chris and Kevin, Mailboxes . . . Thanks to Parents, friends, and family. DANYELLE PEARSON 85-86 at North with Courtney and Bri- an, Paris and singing waiters in the Latin Quarter, spirit of ' 86, in search of Mike Peters, Liz, Late Night T.V., " How do you feel about that? " Rug- gles, Harvard Square, sleeping out for U-2 tickets, Breuggers, " Wicked Cool! " Yianna, Mr. Columbia at Wolb. CHERYL PETRUCCI Humorous, spontaneous, creative . . . Peeves: Gym, work, having no money . . . Favorites: 38 special, Bon-Jovi, " Having the time of my life, " hockey, math, " Let ' s blow this clambake " . . . Memories: F-hour commons 11th grade w Liz and Cherell, Junior Prom, Summer of ' 87 w Eric, 6 27 87, Bon- Jovi Concert w Sharyn, G-hour com- mons 9th grade, ten of bell, Fun times w Sharny . . . Thanks and all my love to Mom, Dad, Re, Jill, Sharyn and Eric. ELLEN PHILLIPS " One of the best ways to measure peo- ple is to watch the way they behave when something free is offered. " (Ann Landers) KERRY L. PHILLIPS K. Kennedy, Special K . . . Peeves: Mondays, waiting, liars, blowoffs, no money, no parties . . . Favorites: Crue, House parties, weekends, Walshies shop, pickles . . . Memories: Bermuda ' 88, Old Spa, Roggie bein ' obnoxious, Summer of ' 87 w Judy and Crew, early Wednesday w Judy, Roger and Gelly, going out with Sandra . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you! 44 ANDREA PIDGEON Andy, And, Kiddo, Neens, Duckbud . . . Quiet, unique, friendly . . . Peeves: Duckruns, head up, roll feet, " off the line! " homework, friends who aren ' t, Mondays . . . Favorites: Band camp, NESBA, drummers, snare, Fridays, summer vacations . . . Memories: Band Season ' 87, bus rides, Maine, Sebago Lake, seniors . . . Thanks, Mom, Dad, Dany, Shaun, Con, and friends. LORI A. PIDGEON Lori, Lo . . . Fun-loving, talkative, out- going . . . Peeves: Mondays, algebra, " I.D. please " . . . Favorites: Rush, Bos- ton, Elton John, weekends, socializing, McD ' s crew, Scituate w Renee, being with Steven, Prom ' 87, " Yo Babe, " Ba- hama ' s with Jackie, Cape with Lo . . . Memories: Julio . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I Love You. KRISTIN PINEO Pineo . . . Happy, caring, outgoing . . . Peeves: Pencils, fights, cliques . . . Favorites: Stevie Nicks, Rhiannon, pizza, " Isn ' t that special " . . . Mem- ories: Jr. Prom, fun with my friends, bananas, meetings . . . Thank you to Mom, Dad, Billy, and Jake, I Love You. k Vet - ROBERT PLACE Bob, Alvin . . . Friendly, happy-go- lucky . . . Peeves: Monday mornings, broken heads and sticks, going to work . . . Favorites: Camping, playing drums, Rush, bus rides, Zildjian, eat- ing . . . Memories: Summer of ' 87, cruising with Doug in the Hyper- volarie, jazz band and marching band, best drum line, times spent with Doug, Nor and Ann . . . Love to Mom, Dad, and Julie. KELLY POLILLIO The best times I ' ve ever had were picnics at Borderland State Park, my party junior year, and being with my friends . . . Pet Peeves are the nickname " blonde " and when people tell me I drive like a guy . . . Favorite songs are " Breakout " and " This one goes out to the one I love " . . . My partner in crime is Nancy Stacey . . . MICHAEL POLONSKY Hobie, M.P. . . . Humorous, inquisitive, " J " . . . Peeves: Conceited people, being on time, jealousy, 5:30 a.m., Jr. High School parking lot . . . Favorites: Tennis, soul mu- sic, Mandarin House, " yogs and wejs, " gummy bears, " don ' t be such a . . ., " Mem- ories: Junior Prom, summers ' 86 and ' 87, 6 12 87-6 19 87, Sandy Beach, Halloween ' 87 . . . Thanks for all you have done for me, Love to Mom, Dad, and Bob. LORRAINE POWERS Lo, Lolo, Strut . . . Moody, dizzy, sar- castic . . . Peeves: Mondays, 8 a.m., blushing, rumors, no destination . . . Favorites: Payday, last house com- mons, McD ' s . . . Memories: Wednes- day at Lehan, B3rd, Labor Day week- end at the Cape, Bermuda ' 88, driving w out a license, lost in Connecticut ' 87, Good times w Christine, Jeanen, Dess, Meri and Lori, " No, " Natasket- Horseneck ' 87, " Sorry, I ' m blonde, " Franklin, the Cons . . . Larry 7 31 87 . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love ya! JAMES QUATTRUCCI Quaz . . . Lazy, friendly, careless . . . Peeves: Getting up early, deadlines, warm swill, heavy metal, rollers, Norto and Budman ' s driving, the drinking age . . . Favorites: Spunk, The Phoenix Phlyer, camping, let ' s rock!, Ambas- sador, I Feel Good!, The Who, Zep- pelin, Floyd, A-Smith . . . Good times with family and friends, thanks Mom and Dad. HEATHER RABBITT Sweet rose, whose hue, angry and brave Bids the rash gazer wipe his eye: Thy root is ever in its grave, And thou must die — GH SUSAN K. RAISTY Sue, Suzy Q . . . Dynamic . . . Peeves: Images, accidents, filing, curfews, band camp . . . Favorites: 4 years C.C., " Susanary, " Pink Floyd (10 17 87), Vital Idol, " Give to Live, " Drill team Hex . . . Memories: Blue Hills Club, Close-up, witches, " Be Cool, " full moons, ' 87 summer with Lynn, Kar, Jasper, Whiff and Leri, summer k- parties, Jim 4 5 87, 12 a.m. ride to Scituate, Elvis worshippers, Bob, I ' ll always remember, 7 12 87 ... If we change, let it be for the better . . . Love and thanks to family. Laura and Steve, hang in there! 45 MARIA RAMOS Lily, Shorty, Curley . . . Impatient . . . Peeves: Rules, phonies, Monday mornings, getting up for school . . . Favorites: Chinese, sleeping, " I see heaven in your eyes, " Boston, Bon Jovi, going out with friends . . . Mem- ories: Summer of ' 85 w Tony, good times with Tony, Ana, Tina, Lucy, Sam, Paula . . . Forever Tony . . . Thanx a million Mom and Dad, love ya. KYMBERLY ANN RANTZ Ber, Cymberlle . . . Peeves: ISS, cliques . . . Memories: Christmas ' 86, " Seen any Mack trucks? " " Doug, we spilled Coke on your bed! " Randolph Hicks, " Bruce! " parties w the old gang, fun times w Lisa, Ed, Mick, Dawn and Deena, the elevator smoke, " How do you spell that? " . . . Thanks to Mom, Dad and all my friends ... WE MADE IT! LIZALDA B. REBELO Lizzie, Bubbles, Bela . . . Flirtatious, out- going, talkative . . . Peeves: Curfews, get- ting caught, St. John ' s milk . . . Favorites: My telephone, a good laugh, red Chevet- tes, late night calls . . . Memories: Dancing, " all natural gas, " matchmaking w Tricia, popcorn and Julie, " Breathout, " 8 9 86 — and all the good times spent w Steve! . . . Thanks and all my love to Mom, Dad, Helena, Fred and all my friends, love ya guys! PETER J. RECUPERO Beave, Pape, Weasil . . . Moody, aggra- vating, convivial . . . Peeves: Relation- ships, father talks, waking up . . . Favorites: Being crazy with Crazie, Higham Hack, Hockey, Bowdoin, Mr. G talks, warheads, team breakfast, plunchbags, sherms, nailcram, Neg, the face, dipping, Latin . . . Memories: Where ' s Dave?, It wasn ' t me! Al Garreau, squirrels, Big B and the Guys, fat cats . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Grams, all seven and crazie Lou. KELLY ANN REHA Re-ha, Reha-entry, Blondie . . . Inde- cisive . . . Peeves: Liars, cliques, bore- dom . . . Favorites: Clothes, second opinions, friends, Nikko . . . Memories: Friendly ' s with Tan, Boston, Summer of ' 86- ' 87, 8 3, 5 29-9 20, 9 5, Diane, F-4eva . . . Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you! MARIA H. RESENDES Friendly, quiet, crazy . . . Peeves: Snobs, phony people, conceited peo- ple, early mornings . . . Favorites: Fast cars, Bon Jovi, " Living on a Prayer, " The limo animals, fries with mayo . . . Memories: Canada, Azores ' 87, 12 31 86, 10 8 87, Spanky (always for- ever) ... To get married, get rich, en- joy life and travel ... All my love and thanks to my Mother and Father. CELIA R. RIBEIRO Sally . . . Daring, out-going, shy . . . Peeves: Waiting, good-byes, broken promises . . . Favorites: " Dirty Danc- ing, " weekends w Manny, music, dancing . . . Memories: 4-17-87, always on my mind, All my love Manny! " Lady in Red, " special friendship w Julie, Subaru, Summer of ' 87 — CA w Emily, Joe, Michael and Melanie, thanks and I love you all, " special " . . . Love and thanks Mom, Dad, family and friends, special thanks to Mr. Cul- len and Miss Sproul. PAUL RIBEIRO Friendly, flirtatious, loud, humorous . . . Peeves: Lame weekends, lame girls, totaling my car, walking, obnoxious girls, back stabbers, blowoffs, no mon- ey .. . Favorites: Nice cars, nice girls, cold buds, payday, house parties, good friends, trust me . . . Memories: Sum- mer of ' 86, Avon Water Tower, fir bushes, Franklin, Derba ' s celler, Mike ' s house, AC DC concert, Hor- seneck Beach, The Cape . . . Thanks to you, Mom and Dad. 46 ANNE H. RISLEY Anne, Annie, Banana . . . Giggly, sar- castic . . . Peeves: Wind, Broncos, " can ' t hear you, " " you ' re so stupid, " fakes, codes . . . Favorites: The Drops, " what? " " eh? " the rounds . . . Mem- ories: 7 14 87, Summer ' 87, swill hill, best of times w Robin, 6 6 87, " who turned the lights off? " . . . Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, Ken. CHRISTOPHER J. RIVERS Riv, Riviera . . . Peeves: Snack bars, fake parties, morning ice, not remem- bering . . . Favorites: Mailboxin ' , Bos- ton, " Schlonged! " . . . Memories: 4 20 87, Boston 8 13 87, A-smith 10- 30-87, Lake George, 3 yrs. of hockey, good times w Bob and Kev . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, Rob and Jul. KATHLEEN M. RIVERS Kathy, Airhead . . . Happy . . . Peeves: Cliques, working weekends . . . Favorites: Eagles, Marshalls, good times w Leanne, Ellen, Jen, and Jen . . . Memories: Beddy by on time, 5 30 86, Remmy ' s Party ' s, good times with Mike 4 18 87 . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. LISA MICHELLE ROCKMAN Memories: BBYO, " Kym, seen any Mack trucks lately? " " Hey twin, up for McDonald ' s? " 8 18 87 and good times with Gary, Dean Jr., Randolph, " Douglust, " " pink paper is obvious! " " He gives new dimension to the word hot! " . . . Love to Mom, Dad, Scott, Mindi, and Gary. We made it! DARLENE ROCKWOOD DeeDee . . . Always smiling, like to help people with their problems, very quiet . . . Renee, Cheryl, and Donna, we are always together, especially me and Renee, we are unseparable . . . Favorites: Ratt, track, baseball ... I would like to thank my aunt for what she has done for me and for being there . . . Whether needed her or not, she was there . . . Also for taking me in to live with her after my Mom died. JEFFREY S. RODERICK Jeff . . . Lazy, friendly, easy-going . . . Peeves: Being broke, no parties, hango- vers, Mondays, waiting . . . Favorites: AC DC, girls, spleef-a-fatty . . . Memories: Bermuda ' 88, Summer of ' 86, memories with Bill P . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and Stan. FERNANDA RODRIGUES Fernie . . . Moody, wild, strange . . . Peeves: Waking up early, snobs, liars, strawberry ice cream, boring teachers . . . Favorites: Stuffed animals, soccer, art, Billy Idol, Inxs, Ritichina, Helena, Lisa, " Hi ya love " . . . Memories: 5 24 87, 6 5 87, 6 6 87 . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad for their love and sup- port. PAULA D. RODRIGUES Independent, unpredictable, easy- going . . . Peeves: Mondays, rainy weekends . . . Favorites: " Time of my life, " Chinese food, dancing . . . Mem- ories: Weekend at Vermont, forever Tom 8 14 87, Medical Pharmacy gang, fun times with friends ... I love you, Mom, Dad, family and Tom. JULIE ROGERS Jules, Pokey . . . Easy-going, friendly, hyper . . . Peeves: Liars, serious people, the " clique, " getting out of bed . . . Favorites: Jim, " Snobbytown, " Gen- esis, " Supper ' s ready! " " Follow you, follow me " . . . Memories: 12 2 87, 11 3 87 Holiday Inn, " Run for your lives! " " Bonus, " Joe . . . Thanks and love, Mom, Dad, and Jim. SUSAN MARIE ROMANELLI Susan, Sue, Susie . . . Quiet, gullible, fun-loving . . . Peeves: People that are late, busy signals, cliques . . . Favorites: Classic rock-n-roll, Sundays, " Shut the light off, " great times with Jimmy . . . Memories: 4 6 86, 6 27 87, Sum- mer of ' 86, Old Silver Beach, Canobe Lake Park. LOUIS M. ROSENBERG " The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes. " (Marcel Proust) RICHARD J. ROSSETTI Rich . . . Paranoid . . . Peeves: Hol- brook parties, boring and rainy nights . . . Favorites: Full tank, cherrystones, Bad Co., Soco . . . Memories: Donny ' s woos ' 87, Summer ' 86, partying w Kelly, DeeDee, Lori, Rob ' s house ' 87 ... To become a vet . . . Thanks Mom, Dad . . . Special thanks to Bana, Mr. and Mrs. B. LARRY ROZENBERG Rowdy, moody, mellow . . . Peeves: No show, being tired, The boys, no hooch . . . Favorites: The Wall, Woodz ' s, sleeping late, just cruising, baby oil, skulls . . . Memories: Tatoo you ' 87, Labor Day at the Cape, Waters con- cert, hangin ' out with Tim, Friday the 13th ' 86 . . . SHS wrestling kicks butt . . . Thanx for everything, Mom and Dad. LAURA RUDIN La, Rudie, Rudeness . . . Flirtatious, dra- matic, outgoing . . . Peeves: " Little Girl, " fights with Al, " Girls! " " Off the line! " McDonald ' s . . . Favorites: " Oh My God! " The Nooniemobile, frozen hot chocolate, " get this, " the bomber, " Hell-O! " . . . Memories: Me and Al in Florida, Ronna ' s closet, " Body of Tree, " 6 24 85, 7 8 85, 8 14 87, " Always and Forever, " " Say You Say Me, " Hoonies ... All my love to Mom, Dad, Nate, and Dan. JAMIE RUGGIERO " In the final analysis, more people depend on solar energy for snow removal than any other method. " DONNA L. RUSSELL Feebs . . . Moody, sensitive, emotional . . . Peeves: Cliques, backstabbers, Ford Escorts . . . Favorites: Big Macs, Mountain Dew, shopping . . . Memo- ries: D. W. Fields, C-4, Red Pinto . . . Much love to family and friends. RONNA L. SADOW Roan, Rona . . . Busy, outgoing, emo- tional . . . Peeves: Busy signal, due dates and curfews, endings and goody- byes . . . Favorites: Being with friends, late nights " the window, " good talks on the phone, volleyball, hockey sea- son . . . Memories: Jay ' s parties, Lori ' s room, train jumping, Boston concert 8 14 87, 11 14 85-4 7 87, 2 18 87, friendship w Lori, Good times with Pete, Ernie, and Beth . . . Love and Thanks to Mom, Dad, Peter, and Cheryl. ANGELINA SANCHEZ Angie, Ang . . . Quiet, keep to myself mostly, caring . . . Peeves: Cliques, talking behind your back, liars, Mon- day mornings . . . Favorites: Journey, " Open Arms, " being with my friends, not being in the house, Bon Jovi, " Never Say Goodbye " . . . Memories: 3 5 85, 6-87, Bon-Jovi concert with Nourien and Lorna, Matt ' s old Mus- tang, Bonnie ' s layaways . . . Thanks to Dad, Bonnie, Stacie, and my friends . . . Special thanks to my grandmother and Matt for always being there for PAULA SANTORO Paas . . . Gullible, friendly . . . Peeves: | Frizzy hair, busy signals, waiting,, " Cool your jets, " " guysh " . . . Favorites: B-Masters, " super great, " Kristin and Leeann ' s friendship, longj talks w Beth, The Beretta, Smokey, [ " rude, " Treasurer, train tracks, twistenjj . . . Memories: B ' s-Party 7 25 87, spe- cial times with Carl, J ' s house, Jr. Prom . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and] Family. 48 HOLLY SAWYER Hoi, Holly Hobbies . . . Moody, sen- sitive, emotional . . . Peeves: Pink win- dows, " and 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, " highlighting, mind games . . . Favorites: The bowl- ing ball, Bryan Adams, " I ' m serious, " Myrtle, " poppies, " Navy, talks with Jem, Fric and Frac . . . Memories: Re- treats, Florida ' 87, " The Look, " dying guinea pig, Leann ' s word, drill team, " The ten-of-bell?!? " . . . Love and thanks to family and friends. LEANNE C. SCHULTZ Stanley . . . Quiet, moody, sensitive . . . Peeves: Smiling, crowds, " It ' s cool " . . . Favorites: Black, " Ten minute bell, " Data Pro 2, friends . . . 2 25 86, 7 29 87 ... All my love to Mom, Dad, John and Lauren. STEPHEN SCIBETTA " Fashions fade; style is eternal. " (Yves Saint Laurent) JENNIFER ANN SEARS Jenn, Scarecrow, Sickchic . . . Daring, gul- lible, bazaar, easy-going . . . Peeves: Feet, stupid people, stupid questions . . . Favorites: Swim team, Eggie, Softball, Girl Scouts . . . Memories: Summer of ' 86 and ' 87, 3 and 3 and Kenny, sleeping with your eyes open, surprise parties, 4 years with Holly . . . Love to Mom, Dad, Julie, Shar- on, Carol-Lynne, Holly and all my family. NICOLE SEFERIAN Easy-going, late . . . Peeves: Accidents, lies, getting caught . . . Favorites: Beth, The Chase, being with Brian, Hummarock with Jill . . . Memories: The Breakers, Jr. Prom, 11 20 86, 12 19 86, 12 24 86, Paul ' s party, the foursome . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad. CHRISTINA L. SEWCYK Sewcyk, Shmio . . . Sarcastic, lazy, hu- morous . . . " No Parking " signs, 106 West, beige equations, getting caught, E-hr. gym, New Year ' s Eve ' 86 ... Favorites: The Swill Team, the cons, concerts in the barn, The Beatles, Ea- gles, The Golf . . . Memories: Boston, 10 days, yellow lines, my 17th, news- papers, " the walk, " Jr. Prom, Chemung Hill, summer ' 87, good times w Palsko . . . Love and thanks Mom, Dad, Pete and Stace. ERIC S. SHAPIRO Slap, Snuff, Shap . . . Funny, lazy, de- layed, easy-going . . . Peeves: Mon- days, work, the morning after, spins, pinnas . . . Favorites: It ' s cool and all, concerts, The Dead, Led Zep, US Blues, logs, Arken Classic Hits . . . Memories: 7 4 87, R. Plant ' 85, hang- ing with Epis, risking life and limb, three cars on the sight, down the river . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. LISA A. SHAW Li . . . Obnoxious . . . Peeves: Cliques, fake friends, boring weekends . . . Memories: Billy P. and Scott A., all the good times w Robin and Michelle, times spent w Mike, 12 25 85- 11 4 86, the summer of ' 83 with Brenda . . . Thanks Mom and Dad for putting up with me, Good luck Ang. KRISTIN SHEEHAN Moody, sarcastic, funny . . . Liars, " Accidents, " changes, friends that aren ' t, being rushed, curfews, " That ' s too bad, " grudges, " no money? " . . . Favorites: Weekends in N.H., skiing, Boston, laughing hysterically w Fluff . . . Memories: 2 22 86, Feb. vac. w Karen, Fluff, and Chris, " The Shop, " Cape ' 86, " The Hill, " " No gas? " . . . Thanks for being there, Chris and Patrice, thanks, family. 49 BARRY SHEFF B!!, Sheffa, Big B . . . Loud, sarcastic, outgoing . . . Peeves: Wanna-Be ' s, Sonny R, nerds . . . Memories: Suede- of-the Day, " 11, " Dip Trip, B-Team, cousins, 8 86 with Beaver, Dee, Ca- nary, Meat Locker, Twister, Livin ' in a Box, G- 5, talks, Big 4, Truck Stop, Hats . . . Thanks family, Swanbeck . . . Fond memories of Auntie Arlene. SCOTT DAVID SHERMAN Relaxed, comfortably numb . . . Peeves: The clique, Trig, The Boys . . . Favorites: Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, attitude adjustment, it ' s cool and all, Mr. Chamberlain, Tie-Dyes . . . Mem- ories: Hanging in Snuffy ' s room, spew- baby, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Witches House, Randolph- Stoughton swimming state co-ed champs . . . Honesty is my only excuse . . . Thanks, Les, Dad, David, Paula. MICHAEL SHIFMAN Shiffy, Shiffmaann . . . Likeable, out- going, sensible . . . Peeves: " Cute, " math . . . Favorites: Tennis, dancing, cruising, traveling . . . Memories: year of ' 86, Bunnick, " Twinkie, " all the laughs . . . Mom and Dad, thanks for all your support, you made it all pos- sible, all my love. ALICE H. SHIRIKJIAN Al . . . Sarcastic, shy, friendly . . . Peeves: 0000?, seniors on the line, mornings, I can ' t believe you just said that, friends that aren ' t . . . Favorites: Onion rolls, field hockey, deep conversations with Karen, fighting with Lanna . . . Memories: Cape ' 86, 4-cabb, fun times with Knov, Jen, Patti and Donna, Best friends forever Ka- tie, week in PA . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family, I love you! LOU SILVA Boing . . . Bouncy, energetic, reasonable . . . Peeves: Pop stars, boohogs, shorthair, posers . . . Favorites: Queensryche, An- thrax, Maiden, drums, Tama, Zildjian, playing out, Hacky sack, moshing . . . Memories: Aug. 25 at the Channel . . . Playing drums for Blizzard or insanity! . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad! HOLLIS M. SILVER Holly, Hoi, Munchkin . . . Happy, friendly, caring . . . Snobs, phonies, getting up early . . . " Shut up Shayna, " marching band, NESBA, friends, BBYO, USY, times with Jenn and Michelle . . . 5 8 87, 5 28 87, 9 26 87, Spring Convention ' 85, ' 86, ' 87, Winter Convention ' 87, Newport ' 85, ' 87, Washington D.C. ' 86, The Wizard of Oz, Halloween ' 85 ... Thanks Mom, Dad, Gram, Barry and Jenn, I love you! MATTHEW E. SIMON " As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information. " (Benjamin Disraeli) NICOLE ILENE SMITH Niki (Hoi), Nicolet . . . Spazzy, talk- ative, optimistic . . . Monday morn- ings, stupid animals, stereotypes heavy metal . . . Favorites: Dancin Cold Spa, " The Cat, " " people over " . . Memories: Co. 1, Vacation?, 6 14 87 beeping, " May Roll Over . . ., ' " skiing, " Jay ' s house, Plain St., the dunes, summers in Maine, Ames on Ice . . . To dance forever . . . Thanks and love to Mom, Dad, and Brian I ' m on my way! TIMOTHY SMYTH Smitty, Timba . . . Concerned, loyal, All-American . . . Peeves: Science proj- ects, long lines, shattered arms and steel plates, two-faced people, skunks, curfews . . . Favorites: Boston, AC-DC Chinese food, Fenway with Sherm hockey, baseball, " How funny was that? " . . . Memories: Many great memories with Joe B., Joe G., Sully, Vinny, Mike P., Mike T., and Mike K., nights at the Gibbons, Ames Thanks Ma, Dad, family and friends, I love you all! 50 AMY SNETSKY " One of the greatest sources of energy is pride in what you are doing. " NANCY STACEY " I don ' t want my space in the year- book to list my pet peeves or favorite songs. I would like to dedicate this space to the two people in high school who have meant the most to me. They are Kelly Polillio and Sean McCor- mick. " KIM A. STANDISH Kimba, Kimma . . . Sarcastic, sensi- tive, friendly . . . Peeves: Snobs, no money, boring nights and Sunday nights, saying goodbye . . . Favorites: " Spa pizza, " " Boston, " " Broken wings " . . . Memories: 8 31 85, sum- mer of ' 86, " breakfast with the girls, " good times with Michael, Pam, Shar- on, Robin and Kristine, SMU ... All my love to Mom, Dad, and Michael. CHARLES H. STARKOWSKY, JR. Chuck . . . Lazy, bored, tired . . . Peeves: Band, always forgetting home- work, taking my hat off for gym . . . Favorites: The Cat Hat, " Well I didn ' t do it, Mrs. Dolan! " . . . Memories: All day long in E205, L. Dolan passes, the inventory in my locker, Jim ' s Vette . . . Thanks, Ma and Dad. CARL STATKIEWICZ Stack . . . Moody, sarcastic, ambitious . . . Peeves: Hudson Police, Nana, " on the line " . . . Favorites: Hockey, Zantics, Spr- ingsteen, " Born to Run, " team breakfast, The Meatlocker . . . Memories: All- nighters with the guys, Latin I-IV, Right!, Times with Paula, bottledropping with Tom, The Mav . . . Thanks, to Mom and Dad. BRIAN A. STRAUGHTER Brian, Boub, Webster . . . Moody, mischie- vous, comical . . . Peeves: People touching my hair, Queb couples, waiting . . . Favorites: Sports, concerts, " eggs " . . . Memories: Shasty shop, Beastie Boys, junior year, smellin ' good, codes, hangin ' w the crew, tacos, " How ya feel, " the day after, New Years, Maneuvers . . . Thanks for everything, Mom and Dad. MICHAEL C. SULLIVAN Sully . . . Shy, quiet . . . Peeves: Morn- ings, September, math . . . Favorites: Indiana Jones, Springsteen, Metallica . . . Memories: Fun with Ed, Fred, Jeff, Jason, Jay, Debbie, and Kerry, Pratts court, four logs, the crew, Tang, Hef- fies, Napolean, four hours to Winnos- ki, the " Vette " . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad. MICHELLE SWARTZ Mich, Swartzy . . . Outgoing, fast talk- er, cheerful . . . Peeves: Parallel park- ing, no job, no money, SAT ' s, gym, math . . . Favorites: USY, BBG, friends, rabbit, " Just kidding, " " Forget, " volleyball, American Pie . . . Memories: summer of ' 86-87, leader- ship convention, " Hair Spray, " Jr. Prom, ticket . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad, I love you!!! EILEEN E. SWEENEY Leenzy, Lizy, I . . . Sensitive, creative, ditsy . . . Peeves: French, vocab., spell- ing, allergies . . . 8 27 87, Art, swim- ming, blue, puppy eyes, smarts, scouts, summers, 1 2 twin Tonia, Marie, Irlene, Penny, Teri, " Different, " " Life ' s Strange, " " Guess, " " Cotton Picken, " " Against All Odds " . . . Thanks to everyone! ROSEMARY SWEENEY Rosie, Rosebud, Rosi the Riveter . . . Talkative, funny, sensitive . . . Peeves: Cliques, two-faced, liars, users, Mon- day mornings . . . Favorites: Town Spa pizza, " Time of my life, " women . . . Memories: Billy Idol with Kathy, Pen- ny, Tricia . . . Thanks to all my friends for being there for me . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, good luck, Jean. 51 MIKE SYREK Tike, Tinkles . . . Moody, outgoing, wild . . . Peeves: No parties, blow offs, warm buds, losers, girlfriends . . . Favorites: Sleddoggin ' , The Cotton Club, " spleef a fatty " . . . Memories: Summer of ' 86, Bermuda ' 88, Derba ' s cellar, hanging with the boys . .. To be successful . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. JOSEPH A. TAMMARO Joe t., Joe . . . Short-tempered, sar- castic, laid back . . . Peeves: Fire Hy- drants, negative attitudes, morning practice, dumb girls, no destination, waking up, long bus rides, French, working . . . Favorites: Tennis, flying clipboards, " The Meatlocker, " math, Spa pizza, hockey, team breakfast, Boston . . . Memories: losses to Hingham, great times with Marcie, Mickey D ' s, Junior Prom, 6-9, all- nighters with the guys . . . College . . . Thanks, Mom and Dad, I Love You! MARIE ELAINE TARDANICO Marie, Recan, Retard . . . Flirtatious, outgoing, friendly . . . Peeves: Rumors, getting caught, algebra, " The House of Holler " . . . Favorites: U-2, field hock- ey, Boston, Cure, summers, the beach, sunsets . . . Memories: Summers on Cape Cod, 7-4-87, Hyanni s Drivin ' s water, good times with Miken, out with the boys (summer ' 87), U-2 con- cert, Chapin, Cal ' 86, Doob ' s Place . . . Thanks Mom, Dad, and family, I Love You! JEANEN MARIE TAYLOR Jeannie . . . Sarcastic, loud, funny . . . Peeves: 7 a.m., no destination, smoke, memories . . . Favorites: Sayings, nick- names, Bermuda ' 88, Horseneck, Natas- ket, Cons, the blankets, stealing signs, dis- missal notes, Jr. Prom, N.H., Power Puff, driving w no license, good times w Lorrain, Christine (muffy), Brian (B ' s wax), Gelly (Eggburt) . . . Thanks, Barb and Chuck. JULIE M. TEIXEIRA Jules, Tex . . . Funny, happy, wild, crazy, taking crazy chances . . . Peeves: Books, homework, Monday mornings . . . Favorites: Dirty Dancing, jacuzzi, parties, horseback riding, silent night . . . Mem- ories: C-4, 8th grade, Pinto, Rocky Rd., D. W. Fields, Rick P. 5 10 85, Manny F. 10 24 86, summer ' 86-87, flirtation, fumi- gation, Sally ' s Subaru, Portugal ' 87 ... Special thanks to Mom and Dad for being there for me through thick-n-thin. JENNIFER TEMKIN Lee-Lee, Jen . . . Spazy, hyper, moody . . . Peeves: Being a Cameron, liars, rudeness, Arooo . . . Favorites: Cruisin ' in Yoda, Meatloaf, " you maniac, " picker lane, " I wanna be with you guys, " willibagel . . . Memories: Sum- mer nights on the bleachers, thorbani- ans, cheer-it fights, lil airhead, good times with Jeanne and Dori ... I love you Mom, Dad, Michelle and Berta. MICHAEL TIERNEY Mike, " T " . . . Outgoing, conscientious, athletic . . . Peeves: Long Mondays, two-faced people, McDonald ' s, Fridays, tests, slow drivers . . . Favorites: KISS, DIO, and METAL- LICA, baseball, my Black Regal, " Take a right, take a left Mem- ories: Horseneck ' 87, Clay Pond Ex- peditions, Framingham students, KISS 12 22 85, Ski Trips ' 84-87, Rox- ie ' s, Camp Ground Adventures, cruis- ing with the clique . . . Thank you, Mom and Dad!!! BILLY TRACEY Swilliam . . . Friendly, reasonable . . . Peeves: Outdoor parties, practice, 8:00-2:09 . . . Favorites: Indoor parties, Beastie Boys, 12-oz. curls . . . Mem- ories: 7 4 87 with Sean, Ted, Pat, The Holdup . . . Thanks Mom! LISA TREBBY Treb, Lis . . . Silly, hyper, friendly . . . Peeves: Mornings, waiting, the blue boat, fights, parking spaces . . Favorites: Huey Lewis ' 87 " pancakes, " Softball, " my 2 little friends, " summer w College Academy, " the plant " . . . Memories: Washing ton, special times with Chris, thanks for everything, " Hotrod, " Powderpuff, Rooming w Kel and Steph, NHS band . . . Good luck class, thanks Mom Dad, Pam (Spamma). KAREN TROY Ka, KT, Troy . . . Picky, unpredict- able, gullible . . . Peeves: Cat hours, no money, no parties, broken promises, head games, speeding tickets, getting lost . . . Favorites: Der, sea breezes, McDonald ' s, complaining, " living on a prayer, " " Lost in emotion, " Dirty li- cense plates, " come back " . . . Mem- ories: Missing my father, 9 16 76, best friends w Stace 4-eva, my buddy Deedee Sha . . . Thanks Mrs. Conroy, Papa and oh ya! you too Mom. CHRISTINE ULIANO Ulie, Stine . . . Gullible, moody, friend- ly .. . Peeves: 6 a.m., no destination, homework . . . Favorites: " Love those Levis, " purple, archie, thrust, the blan- kets . . . Memories: Junior Prom, Hor- seneck Beach, 6 13 87, The cons, sum- mer of ' 87 Franklin, good times with Men, Jeanen, Sheila, Lo-Lo, Gelly . . . Good luck to the Class of ' 88 ... Thanks Mom, Dad, Cheryl. RYAN KEITH VAN BUSKIRK Humorous, adventurous, considerate . . . Peeves: Impatient people, fish, one-way streets . . . Favorites: Keyboards, skiing, Jolt Cola, movies, Whitesnake, go carting, pizza, Def Leppard, Fridays . . . Memories: Old Silver Beach, Jr. Prom night, Always getting lost on highways, Homecoming . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad, Stephanie S., Paul M., and Kathy C. VINCENT VENTRESCA Vinnie . . . Peeves: 31 Main St., in Hy- annis, people who don ' t know how to drive, waking up in conservation area . . . Favorites: AC DC, Aerosmith, Angel, Let there be Rock, spaghetti, hockey, broom- ball, swill team . . . Memories: Fair grounds, playing pool, Saturday night hockey in Hingham, Aug. 22, Sandy Neck Beach, funnels, Smith ' s driveway. LISA ELLEN VERDUN Leese, Lee, P. Thelma . . . Stubborn, spunky, caring . . . Peeves: Doctors, sickness . . . Favorites: " Day, " " Isn ' t that special " . . . Memories: Dallas with Amy and Marion, up on the mountain with Kris, summers with the gang especially Lisa . . . Thanks to all my friends for the memories . . . Thanks Mom, Dad and Jeffrey for the past, the present, and the future. JEFFREY S. VIGUE Vig . . . Athletic, flirtatious, energetic . . . Peeves: Disqualification, Canton, Mets, spotlights . . . Favorites: " Poets, priests, and politicians, " " coffee quit- ters, " " Yo Gomiz " . . . speedwork, sting, track, bus aides . . . Memories: Track vs. Foxboro ' 87, condo in Ver- mont, bleacher chase . . . Thanks, Dad, Mom, Cathy, and Dave. MICHAEL VOGEL Viggy . . . Confused, busy, obnoxious . . . Peeves: Busy signals, phony girls, liars . . . Favorites: Van Halen, " Dance the Night Away, " Chinese food, 4 wheeling, cold times at Nantasket, winter ' 87, Maiden ' 87, Radar Alert, Canada ' 86, night in the cadillac, times at the race track, times with Lisa, 10- 29-87, Plain Drive ' 86 ... Working hard " locksmithing " . . . Thanks to Mom and Dad. MEINHARD VON SCHIERSTEDT " I have always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic waiting somewhere behind the morn- ing. " (J. B. Priestly) 53 CATHERINE WALSH Cathy, Kim . . . Happy, shy . . . Peeves: Waiting, making decisions . . . Favorites: The Cult, U2, peanut butter sandwiches . . . Memories: Wonder Twins, 10 21 86, " Triple Bene, ' Hal- ley ' s Comet, Papa Gino ' s, " Fluffy; ' go- ing to Boston, the Allnighter, CYO, 9 22 87, fun with " the gang, " Drill Team . . . College, to be happy • . . Thanks to family and friends. BETH WASHBURN Gullible, sarcastic . . . Peeves: Work- ing, fakes, no money, waiting . . . Favorites: Nicole, shopping, being w Sean, scheming w Lisa, The chase Memories: 11 20 86, 12 19 86, 12 24 86, Paul ' s Party, 5 8 87, The Breakers, Boston w Kelly, Fun times w Sean, Nicole and Brian . . . Thanks Mom and Dad. GLEN WILBER Swilbar, Glenny . . . Sarcastic, unpredict- able, crazy . . . Peeves: Suds, broken up parties, rapping, short weekends, waiting Favorites: Mohawks, Parties, Camping at the Cons . . . Memories: Long blonde hair, Franklin, Dune Parties, hmo nde to Maiden . . . Airbourne Ranger. ANNEMARIE WEBER A.M. . . . Caring, shy, sensitive . . . Peeves: Snobs, boredom, being told what to do . . . Favorites: Swimming, " Stairway to heaven, " " Der, " Kernel, Reeses ' pieces . . . Memories: Fun w friends Now and forever, Regel 6 21 86, Borderland Park . . . College Thanks and much love to Mom, Dad and family. KRISTINE WHITEHOUSE " Everyone is a self-made person, but only the successful admit it. " PAUL L. WILLIAMS JR. Pauly, Bubba . . . Peeves: Arguing, people that always have to be right! . . . Memories: 4 21 86 Money Pit, 4 22 86, I LOVE YOU, Aladdins, special times with Pen, Jr. Prom . . . Favorites: Penny! Alf, baseball, soccer, Ice cream ... Army, hopes and dreams for the future w Penny, hey Pen, we can do it let ' s " Beat All The Odds! . . . Thanks to my family, especially Mom, Dad, Gramps, Penny, and The Martin family I love everyone of you Thanks Paul, 21. ROBIN ANN WINER Rob, Bobin, In, Ug, Rose . . . Paranoid, kvetch, Pessimistic . . . Peeves: Wind, Bees, Rain, Helene, Broncos, stuck w couples, guys that hate me, airhorns, no hairspray, cats . . . Favorites: Mighty lemon drops, Kirk, onion rings, Foxboro w Monica, Ames, campers, samari, wind- surfing . . . Memories: 6 6 87, camp, USY, inside jokes w Niki and Beth, the best times w Anne, 77 Volarie, 80 Re- liant, sprees, R.C. was here, Middleboro high ' 86, who turned the lights off, Bun- kies 1st party . . . Thanks for being there Anne . . . Thanks for everything Mom and Dad . . . Good luck forever Adam. RACHEL J. WOOD Rach . . . Survivor concert ' 87, Chi- cago, Cetera, Journey, Moody Blues, Baryshnikov, movies, photos, writing, the beach, parties, my car, my license, JFK Uncs . . . Times w Sean and friends, " Go for it! " . . . With much love and thanks to Mom, Dad, and Andrew — I love you!! ROSS J. YAFFEE Hoops, Squaffy . . . spontaneous, re- sponsible, lazy . . . Peeves: Lines, work, Freeze plugs, Sony headphones, senile teachers . . . Favorites: Broomball, baseball, extra cheese, my car, cocoa Memories: Broomball 2, The sec- ond coming, Adam ' s back seat, Vk ks formula 44D . . . Navy, UJEM. BETH YANOFF Smoker, Cling . . . Moody, dramatic, flirtatious . . . Peeve: Busy signals, no bathroom, red lights, break ups, pun- ishment . . . Favorites: " The Beretta, Beeping, Buckme, Journey, Boston, Just 17, assorted colors, now, no clue, Par Rude . . . Memories: Long talks with Paula, Ronna, and Nicky ' s friendship, ice cream with Leann, Late nights, " window, " 7 25 87 Joy ' s House, Hockey games, Jr. Prom, Marcie ' s special friendship . . . Thanks for everything Mom, Dad and Randy I Love you!! 54 GARY A. ZADE Beard, " Z, " Beard Monster . . . Well Known, Classic, Bearded . . . Peeves: Coaches who cripple, Teachers who aren ' t, Razors, Cliques, Anti-beard groups . . . Scorpians, Rush, Chinese food, Hawaiian shirts, funnies, " Beards Rule! " Cruising with friends, partying with the " Boys, " coffee in the morning!, parties with Slap and Gew! . . . Thanks to my family for keeping me going! i JEFFREY ZIDES Paule, Spazz, Tool, Finn, through the years with Mike, Joey B., Gitto, George C, Wendy C, Mr. E., Philip " Oh Boy, " " Rambo, " " wrestlings fake, " little wonders, Zade, Treb, Suzi, Trace, Gary, Bogarda, Service, Scrack- ers, Broomball, Golf, Dominos, late night Dunkin Donuts, Balboni ' s, Doc Hylander, Journey, Tour ' 86, " More than a feeling, " good luck c lass of ' 88 . . . Love ya Mom, Dad, Jodi. IN EXPLANATION This was the first year in which we used a computer set-up for the senior section. Each " write-up " was handled at least seven times by staff members, by editors, by word processing typists, and by the personnel of our printer. We tried our best to ensure that each write-up would be han- dled securely and correctly. If, however, there were any errors of omission or commis- sion, we apologize; any such errors were inadvertent. Because of the type of the layout selected by the editors this year compared to those of previous years, we ended up with several blank spaces which we felt were unattrac- tive. Wherever no write-up was available at presstime, a quote was selected by the ed- itorial staff to serve as a filler in these blank spaces. 1988 STAFF (Left) (Front) Kathy Bulger, Penny Martin, George Hall, Suzanne Coughlin, Donna Guilfoyle. (2nd) Michelle Noonan, Laura Rudin, Yianna Liatsos, Michelle Bern- stein, Jennifer Medeiros, Christine Feeley. (Rear) Robin Borden, Robin Locke, Jennifer Sears, Michael Polon- sky, Suzanne Aronson. (Below) (Front) Karen McGowan, Kathy Gitto, Jennifer Lanner, Amy Gitto, Christina Sewcyk, Dave Cunning- ham. (2nd) Beth Washburn, Pablo Bonomi, Joe Baeta, Nicole Gallant, Wendy Canter, Nicole Seferian. (Rear) Manny Pacheco, Celia Ribeiro, Julie Escobar, Jennifer Seaver (Junior Editor), Leeann Murray, Larry Johnson. Bristina Sewcyk ■fculty Michael Tierney Sales Lisa Trebby Production Beth Washburn Layout Stephen Cook Faculty Leeann Murray Production 57 19th HOME- COMING (Under the lights) Pizza Supper Michelle Swartz, Cheryl Pettrucci, and Renee Gusciora enjoy their task of taking people ' s dough. HOMECOMING COURT FOR THE CLASS OF 1988: Suzanne Coughlin, Ronna Sadow, Karen Troy, Jennifer Lanner, and Queen Stephanie Collins. Stephanie Tsinzo (extrer right) relinquished the throne she won last year as she crowned her successor. 58 POWDER PUFF ' 88 ANNUAL CONTEST WITH CANTON November 22, 1987 Jen Lanner is swept off her feet Anna Medeiros struggles to escape the enemy! WHO IS NUMBER ONE? mm 60 Adam Young pours punch " Right, D.C., " exclaims Mr. Berry Jeff Zides concentrates on filming the reception acy Moore does the honors as she cuts the first A philosophical conversation by Danny Bryan, Jennifer Lanner, and David Cunningham ice 63 Presenting . . . 1988 i BEST BUDDIES Karen Troy Stacey Ostis BEST LOOKING Jennifer Lanner Richard Enos BEST DRESSED Donna Gibson Matt Gilman 64 CLASS COUPLE Paul Williams Penny Martin BEST BUDDIES Louie Oliveira Ross Yaffee MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Susan Raisty Michael Polonsky MOST SPIRITED Donna Guilfoyle Joe Baeta MOST POPULAR Jennifer Lanner Michael Syn MOST TYPICAL SENIOR Leeann Murray Joseph Ba CUTEST Michael DeNapoli Beth Washbi Iity, FRIENDLIEST Annie Hawko Tim Sm» ■ 1,1 J HII BHBhbISI i NICEST SMILE CLASS ACTORS Mike DeNapoli Paula Santoro Eric Olsen Suzanne Coughlin c HAPPY-GO-LUCKY MOST ATHLETIC Tim Smyth Donna Guilfoyle Brian Straughter Dawn Lanciani Kathy Gltto MOST TALKATIVE Joe Baeta Amy Gitto Heather Rabbitt Tim Sn BEST MUSICIAN Stephanie Collins Mike Kane MOST TYPICAL SENIOR ACTIVITY 10k NICEST EYES Ricky Enos Beth Washburn MOST FLIRTATIOUS Marie Tardanico Pablo Bonomi MOST ARTISTIC Larry Johnson 65 INC 1726 STOUGHTON ■ STUDENT ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Terry Stead, Kathy Bulger, Bob Barksdak The dynamic duo of the ' 88 yearbook staff plot stairway strategy: Suzanne Aronson, editor, and LeeAnn Goslin, managing editor Trainer Sue Browning wraps Steve Cook ' s ankle. 66 Symbolism? Typewriters are stored away. MY TURN INSTALLATION: (Front) Rita Oliveira, Sandy Fraga. (Rear) Sue Fraga, Julie Teixeira, Julie Escobar, Nancy Stacey, Ms. Katie Sproul, Sally Ribeiro j OUGHTON ' S OWN CHANNEL 5: (Front) Rob Campbell, Mark Andrews, Mike Mesitio. (Rear) Michael Linda Hendry and just a portion of TV equipment, lennan, Linda Hendry, Wendy Carter, Mike Sullivan, Chuck Starkowsky. 67 FACULTY SECTION: • 69 Other Faces • 70 Administration •72 Faculty Faces (alphabetically) • 82 Faces From the Past Sports Section starts on Page 83 Faculty members who joined SHS after the start of the year are shown on Page 69. D E D I C A T I O N Mr. Alton Flynn has been a hard-working advisor, one who is level-headed, mature, andlj honorable. He has shown that he cares about the class and that he wants them to succeed in a . their endeavors. We dedicate the faculty section of the ' 88 STOTONIAN to Mr. Alton Flynn, a I true friend of the Class of 1988 — we ' re lucky to have had him on our side! LEON KAHN For 35 years Mr. Leon Kahn has served generations of SHS students. Starting in 1935 as a math instructor Mr. Kahn has served as a teacher, a guidance counselor, as an assistant! principal (junior high), and as director of guidance. A veteran of two wars (World War II and the Korean Conflict) he was drafted as a private and eventually rose to Lt. Colonel. He deserves the deep appreciation of the thousands who have benefited from his wise and caring guidance We dedicate the faculty section to Mr. Leon Kahn and wish him many years of happy and healthy retirement. SI St fcac b8 PRINCIPAL Dear Members of the Class of 1988: On behalf of the Stoughton High School Ad- ministration and staff, I wish to extend congrat- ulations to each member of the Class of 1988 upon the successful completion of graduation require- ments. The Class of 1988 has earned the reputation of being exceptional school leaders. Through your ef- forts in creating and maintaining school pride and spirit, Stoughton High School has enjoyed a banner year in all aspects of school life. The administration and staff are very proud of your accomplishments. Your parents and teachers should also be con- gratulated for providing you with the love, un- derstanding and guidance which enabled you to reach your potential and provided you with the necessary tools to succeed in all of your future endeavors. In closing, I wish every member of the Class of 1988 happiness and success in the future. Sincerely, Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Principal Assistant Principals Mr. James B. Boushell Mr. James Gormley HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Ms. Cheryl Anderson Librarian Attendance Center Mr. Peter Looney Athletic Director Mr. Jerome Cullen Manager Mrs. Judith Ventresco Mrs. Marcelyn Curry School Nurse 70 SUPERINTENDENT Central Administration Dear Members of the Class of 1988: My best wishes on this happy occasion of your graduation fro m Stoughton High School. As Su- perintendent of Schools, I have known many of you since your early school years and have shared in some of your hopes and dreams. I have been im- pressed by your social growth and proud of your personal confidence as you finish your academic career. This wonderful yearbook will serve as a reminder of the beautiful friendships you have established over your school years. Treasure those friendships, take time to nurture and cultivate them — in the days and months ahead. The years will help to deepen and add new meanings of a youthful time spent in school. As the poet says, " the world will be too soon with you " and so may this record of your senior year serve as a joyful reminder of " the good old days. " My congratulations to your parents, and my per- sonal thanks for their support of the schools. I will miss you and may the years ahead be kind to you. With affection, John G. Murray, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools Mr. Geoffrey Fanning, Assistant Supt. Mr. Frederick Stanton, Assistant Supt. SCHOOL COMMITTEE (Front) Dr. Guy A. Tardanico, Mrs. Margaret N. Sewcyk. (Rear) Mr. Michael Lanner, secretary; Mr. David Camacho, Dr. Thomas A. Recupero. To The Members of the Class of 1988 As Chairman of the Stoughton School Committee, may I extend to you on their behalf our sincere con- gratulations for reaching this significant milestone of your self-development. It is important to realize that you are at the beginning of another chapter in your lives. As young adults you have the capability to direct and control your destiny, as young adults you have the opportunity to influence the future and direction of your community and country. As you continue to pursue your efforts towards self- improvement, and advance confidently in the direction of your goals, work hard and diligently to live well the life you have prepared for yourself. By doing this, you will meet with happiness, pride, and success of great magnitude. You have much to be proud of and thankful for: your families and friends, your unlimited oppor- tunities, and your education. Always represent your community with pride, your family with honor, and yourself with integrity. Sincerely, Guy A. Tardanico, Ed.D. Chairman STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD: (Rear) Suzanne Coughlin, chairman-at-large; Daniel Bryan, senior board |member. (Front) Christine Kelleher ' 91; Peter Sado ' 90; Jennifer Lanner, regional board; Renee Conti, regional board. (Not Present) Nicole D ' Angelico ' 89. Mr. Herbert Aalpoel Mathematics Mr. Robert Ashley Health Mr. Stanley Barac Industrial Arts THE SOUNDS OF MATH . . . " That ' s triva trivial ... " " We ' ll have a party on Friday, people. " " Take this barrel of pennies. " " If and only if . . . " " Get with the program. " THE SOUNDS OF ART " Anyone have anything to develop in the lab? " " Have some pride, people! " " Good o-o-o-o-ne! " " Time to clean up, pleaaase! " " Excellent!! " " Education has for its object the formation of character. " HERBERT SPENCER Ms. Marilyn Berman Social Studies 72 Mr. Donald Bernier Business Education Mr. William Berry Foreign Language Mr. Jeffrey Beauchamp Social Studies t Mr. Joseph Bridgeforth Social Studies Mrs. Karen Benjamin Director, Foreign Lang. Ms. Elizabeth Buckley English HOME ECONOMICS " Foods to go, stitch, dart, machine needle, size 14, l A cup sugar, use the rubber spatula, patterns, bobbin and cover, set on %ths, aprons. " INDUSTRIAL ARTS " Classes report to com- mons, woodshop, welding, sawdust, small engine re- pair, scrap metal, drill press, graphics arts. " " It was a book to kill time for those who like it better dead. " ■ j- • . Claire Garney feign Lang. Miss Linda Glover English Mr. Richard Greer Social Studies Mrs. Ellen Griffin Home Economics I Mrs. Winifred Gunderson Miss Judith Hamilton Ms. Maureen Herrera Mr. Charles Homer Mrs. Kathleen Hunt Mathematics Director, English Science Industrial Arts Home Economics THE SOUNDS OF ENG- LISH: " Who cares? " summer reading, Cliff Notes, " take out your little yellow assign- ment notebooks, " SAT ' s, Shakespeare, sock puppet, " Poem, " word of the day, " Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow ... " THE SOUNDS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Conjugations, " right, big guy! " minus one for no homework, " he lies and you swear by it, " Don Quixote, declensions, oral quizzes, " Let ' s swing some heavy bats! " Good doobies. " Only words until an artist uses them ' ANONYMOUS Social Studies Mr. Philip Iacobacci Mathematics Mr. Bruce Jackman Phys-ed Mr. Paul Jacobs Director, Phys-ed Mrs. Marie Jardin Special-ed Patrick Nessar idustrial Arts Mr. Richard Novak Distributive-ed. Miss Colleen O ' Neill Science Ms. Joyce Parra Mathematics Mr. Robert Palmer Science THE SOUNDS OF THE GYM: " Basketball, volleyball in the back gym, or weight room, " " Dressed? " " Push- ups, ten for the boys, five for the girls, " " Everyone out- side, two laps around the track . . . " THE SOUNDS OF SCI- ENCE: " Very, very crucial, " " rats, " " Let ' s have a quiz, " " That ' s the kind of guy I am. " " Genius is one percent inspiration |and 99% perspiration " THOMAS EDISON M Chester Peirce Doctor, Science Mr. John Perry Mathematics Mrs. Helen Rabouin Business-ed. Mrs. Rosaline Rosenberg Mathematics Mr. Francis Santoro Foreign Language 79 Mrs. Kathryn Shaffer Art Mrs. Joanne Shannahan Director, Home-Ec Ms. Barbara Sinclair Title I THE SOUNDS OF HISTORY: Wars, heroes, " Take this date down, " " Guys! This is a family show, " " Did everyone do the reading? " maps, essays, ques- tions, " Am I saved? " Ameri- can Studies field trips, " Hence, " " Clearly . . . " THE SOUNDS OF BUSINESS: " People . . . leave the machines alone, " computers, " How many words a minute? " bits and bytes, PASCAL, BASIC, shorthand, word pro, " Don ' t touch that but- ton! " " How about that track team!!? " " Tis Education forms the com- mon mind; just as the twig is bent, the tree ' s inclined. " ALEXANDER POPE Mrs. Carol St. Jean Director, Bus-Ed Mr. Sumner Tapper English Miss Donna Teper Music Mrs. Louise Terra Business-ed. Mr. David Tucker Social Studies Mr. Nuno Vieira Foreign Lang. Mr. William Walsh Industrial Arts 80 SHS FACULTY 1897 (Principal Arthur Arnold) Buckley Croteau FACULTY WITH US DURING OUR FIRST THREE YEARS Mrs. Marianne Cannon English Mr. Bruce Cherner English Mr. Leonard Cidado Science Mrs. Alice Cottle Business-ed. Ms. Carrieann Croteau Social Studies Mr. Peter Kmiec Industrial-ed. Ms. Maureen Maher Foreign Language Mr. Francis Maioli Business-ed. Mrs. Deoborah Margarite Science Mr. Arthur McCarthy Distributive- ed. Mr. Thomas McDermott Librarian Mr. Robert McLaughlin Assistant Principal Mr. Thomas Medeiros Art Mr. James Murphy Guidance Mr. Ray O ' Malley Social Studies Mrs. Jean Patterson Home-ec. Ms. Lori Pinkham Social Studies Mr. Joseph Powers Physical-ed. Ms. Sylvia Roberts Mathematics Dr. Margaret Sorenson Science " At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them " _ Laurence Binyon FACES FROM THE PAST Pinkham Sorenson 82 »1 SPORTS SECTION: • 84 Cheerleading • 85 Girls Soccer • 86 Boys Soccer • 88 Football • 90 Cross Country • 92 Field Hockey • 94 Swimming • 95 Golf 96 Boys Basketball 98 Girls Basketball 100 Indoor Track 102 Ice Hockey 104 Wrestling 106 Gymnastics 107 JV Sports SPRING SPORTS START ON PAGE 142 DEDICATION: The Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) is special in that it is decided by the teammates of the recipient of the award. We dedicate the Sports Section of the ' 88 STOTONIAN to the fall and winter MVP ' s for their constant effort to stimulate the efforts of their fellow- players to do the best they could whether winning or losing: " Lisa Benkart — Girls BB Christen Herlihy — Gymnastics ' Dave Cunningham — Hockey Dawn Lanciani — Field Hockey John Freeman — Wrestling Chris Melendy — Golf Christa Goldberg — Cheering Jennifer Ng — Swimming ' Mark Gomes — Boys X-C ' Jeff Vigue — Track ' Brian Straughter — Football, Boys BB Paul Williams — Soccer ' Donna Guilfoyle — Girls X-C ' Also All-Star 83 CHEERLEADING IS . . . The good and the bad, The fun times we ' ve had. It ' s the rain and the shine, every day all the time It ' s the aches and the pains, but of course the free games. It ' s the fighting and feuding but never eluding, the closeness we ' ve shared through the 87 88 year. Above all, thank you to Mrs. Diane Dolan for all her support. — THE CHEERLEADERS With banner high, we await the arrival of the team ism- -4- Cold days, hot days, day games, night games A salute to the stands by SHS cheerleaders 84 We can build a pyramid Mercandante GIRLS SOCCER The girls soccer team, in its third year of varsity level participation, posted a winless record of 0-12-0. With a record such as this, one may think that the team didn ' t try hard enough, but this was not the case. The team suffered from a lack of interest and involvement among the girls who attend SHS. One does not necessarily need to be a super-athlete in order to partake in such a sport; however, a willingness to try and to practice is an important quality. The girls who comprised the varsity squad deserve respect as much as any group which makes up a championship team. They demonstrated all the char- acteristics of good sportsmanship including the drive, determination, and desire that characterize a true com- petitor. Each of the girls had to give more of herself than usual because of the team ' s small size, but no matter how hard they tried or how badly they wanted to win, they just couldn ' t make up for the noticeable lack of personnel. If the girls learned anything this season, it ' s that winning isn ' t everything. All of the girls can be con- sidered winners because of the good times they shared, the friendships that they formed, and the experiences that they gained. WSSSSSSSi c ' % ' SOCCER SQUAD: (Front) Suzanne Aronson, Lisa Alexson, Renee Diaz, Donna Mercandante, Wendy Canter, Anna Capt. Renee Diaz keeps a close watch in goal leiros. (Rear) Vicki Dovale, Christine Feeley, Coach Susan Braen, Theresa Crowell, Michelle Gallelo, Brandy Lafleur. Wendy Canter moves to outsmart her opponent Anna! if . . sdSBk All-star Donna Mercandante 85 VARSITY SOCCER SQUAD: (Front) Joe Gonsalves, Pablo Bonomi, Joseph Baeta, Anthony Constanzo, Capt. Ricky Enos, Dana Beaton (capt.), Paul Williams, Kenny Andrad Mark Merzon. (Rear) Coach Lucio Santos, Roy Fraga, George Karantonis, Al Rego, Richard Lourenco, Scott Boland, Paul Barboza, Telmo Freitas, Manny DeAndrade, Lo Rebello, Mike Savage, John Nunes, Matt McLaughlin. 86 SOCCER The varsity soccer team was less than ef- fective this year. The team finished with a 3-12- 1 record, ending up in seventh place in the Hockomock League. After several successful seasons, coach Lucio Santos saw his team suf- fer its worst finish since he took over in the fall of 1984. The team had good games against top- ranked Div. 2 teams but lost games to several weaker teams. The soccer program didn ' t have a junior varsity squad due to lack of available players and coach Santos kept all 20 players who tried out. Co-captains Ricky Enos and Dana Beaton played key roles in keeping the team together. The MVP award went to senior right fullback Paul Williams. Seniors on the team were Joe Baeta, Pablo Bonomi, and Anthony Constanza. Junior stalwarts included Joe Gonsalves and Paul Barboza. Tossing the ball back into the game is Paul Williams Looking for a goal is junior Roy Fraga Pablo Bonomi steals the ball from his opponent 87 Knights dig in on defense ■—5 IS I Front line blocks as Scibetta lets the pass go VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD: (Front) Dave Fleishman, Matt McKinnon, Joe McCullough, Bill Tracey, Alan Oppenheim, Aaron Grover, Chuck McCabe (captain), Mitch Lerner (captain), M| Cooperstein, Brian Straughter. (2nd) Sean Silva, Joey Lothrop, Dave Sheppard, Bob Phetteplace, Jack Nolan, Terry Stead, John Freeman, John Pitta, Bob Gelly, Phil Halperin, Steve Scibetta. p Richie O ' Neil, Mark Leger, Keith Philbrook, Scott Ehrlich, Evan Erlichman, Kevin Breen, Jason McGarry, Bill Dolan, Jon Freedman, Sean O ' Connor, John Hurtig, Ryan Love, head coach Bob Ashley. ( Keith Levine, Rob Kramer, Dan Flannagan, Sean McMullen, Mike Ribiero, Dave Briere, Ed Robertson, Bob Piepora, Peter Everett, Mike Lee, Dave Shirikjian. (Rear) Coach Bill Cotter, coach Tony Gr Tyrone Lewis, Mike Sapienza, Darren Stokes. o-captains Chuck McCabc and Mitch Lerner await ne start of the game - I It ' s the kickoff and another contest begins! FOOTBALL Despite a 2-8 season, the football team made giant strides toward re-establishing itself as a com- petitive and respectable force. Led by co-captains Mitch Lerner and Chuck McCabe, the team turned in strong performances game after game, especially in non-league victories over Masconomet Regional (25-12) and Dennis- Yarmouth (6-0). Brian Slaught- er, fleet wide receiver and kick-returner had an outstanding senior year leading the team in scoring and total offense. Accompanying this was the over- all play of the seniors who made invaluable con- tributions in games against King Philip and Foxboro and, especially on Thanksgiving when Stoughton turned in a herculean defensive effort to hold Super Bowl participant Canton in check. The junior varsity, coached by Bill Cotter and Tony Gracia, had an outstanding season with a record of 6-3. This includes a thrilling 14-12 come- from-behind victory over Canton on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Led by Shawn Silva, Scott Ehrlich and Kevin Breen, the future looks bright. The freshman team, under the direction of Jim Campbell finished at 1-6-1 but all participants learned a great deal about the game. Look for the names of Shamus Mason, Keith Callanan, and George McDaniel in future years. |ike Lee (35) moves in against his opponent ' 21 — 32 — 48 — Hike!! " W Tie cheerleaders hold the banner up and the Black Knights burst through for another day on the SHS home bAsfor Brian Straughrer off on a kickoff return and another touchdown. Moore " And — they ' re off! " Berloquin Dexter BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: (Front) Nick Berloquin, Shahin Ali, Capt. Jeff Vigue, Capt. Mark Gomes, Steve Moore, Matt Gilman, Kevin McNamara. (Rear) Coach John Hurley, Jeff Kempner, Justin O ' Leary, Doug Frisoli, John Busch, David Grant, John Lydstone, Chris Dexter. (Not Present) Senior Dave Cunningham. McNamara Gilman 1ft: Jeff Vigue and Mark Gomes work together Nick Berloquin and Justin O ' Leary pull ahead of Sharon opponents. 90 CROSS COUNTRY Dedication is the key to Cross Country. Stretching, speedwork, " pacework, " The Pits, Gibbons, and the street courses are all a part of it. The girls ' cross country team, led by cap- tains Donna Guilfoyle (MVP), Janine Catalano, and Susan Raisty, ended its season with a record of 8-2. This year ' s squad included many talented athletes: Tina Rettman, Laura Raisty, Cheryl Lydstone, Jen McGarry, Kris Shea, Ellen Weiss, and Jen Deluca. The boys also had a winning season (5-3). Captains Mark Gomes (MVP) and Jeff Vigue led the team while Steve Moore, Shahin Ali, Jeff Kempner, Adam Kempner, Kevin Mc- Namara, Dave Grant, John Busch, John Lyd- stone, and Justin O ' Leary turned in great ef- forts. .n McGarry and Cheryl Lydstone stride by a Sharon j cn Deluca is the lone runner lighton runners take the lead GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Ellen Weiss, Cheryl Lydstone, Renee Dray, Capt. Sue Raisty, Capt. Donna Guilfoyle, Capt. Janine Catalano, Jen McGarry. (Rear) Jen Deluca, Kris Shea, Sarena Saperstein, Tina Rettman, Laura Raisty, Denise Jasie, Coach Mike Baxter. (Not Present) Lynn Lydstone. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: (Front) Jennifer Maiocco, Colleen O ' Connell, Karen McGowan, Kathy Gitto, Renee Conti, Kathy Bulger, Dawn Lanciani (capt.), Jennifer Lanner Soph (capt.), Alice Shirikjian (capt.), Patty Grasso, Marie Tardanico. (Rear) Kim Bernard, Lisa Rosa, Stacey Beaton, Paula Lorenz, Kim Barry, Jennifer Crosscup, Diane Foley, Colleen Cristen Herlihy, Diane Kilroe, Dessie Konstas, Theresa Campanario, Andrea Kavaratsos, Stacy Piselli, Stacy Cohen, Dan Mark (coach). O ' Conne 92 LNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: (Front) Jill Egel, Jennifer Sweeney, Elise Tucker, Erin Leary, Pam Barry, Pam Berler, Jackie Magner, 4 Iris Golden, Laurie Zapustus, Tamar Bcrkowitz, Diana Stenstrom. (Rear) Jodi Brooker, Andrea Moore, Laura Gunn, Christine Murphy, Kim Itlden, Rhonda Dray, Jennifer Boushell, Lisa Mazzachuelli, Beth Rosenburg, Cheryl Sadow, Bernice Blye (coach). The varsity field hockey team finished with a 10-6-1 record overall, finishing third in the Hockomock League. After losing 16 players last year, this year ' s group has had to rebuild with only two returning starters. The team still qualified for the state tour- nament for the fifth year in a row, losing to Milton 2-0. Since the team wasn ' t supposed to have a winning season, the year has to be judged as a successful one. The team was led in scoring by all-star captain Dawn Lanciani (12 goals, 4 assists), and not far behind was sophomore Colleen O ' Connell (3 goals, 5 assists). Junior goalie Kimm Bernard recorded 7 shutouts during the season, while all-star Kathy Bulger con- trolled the defensive end of the field all season. The JV team finished second in the league, with a record of 8-2-5. Pam Berler, a sophomore, led the team with 10 goals; classmates Jackie Magner and Lisa Maz- zuchelli were defensive standouts. " Should we stay, or should we go? " Jen Lartner shoots on goal Another successful field hockey season was captained by this terrific trio: Alice Shirikjian, Jennifer Lanner, and Dawn Lanciani r . t League Kathy Bulger lee«n 0 SHS JV stalwarts await the enemy drive Gitto (25) outmaneuvers her opponent Rhonda Dray (9) on a breakaway 93 Sweeney Sears SWIM TEAM: (Front) Eileen Sweeney, Jennifer Sears, Jennifer Ng (captain), Amy Gitto (captain). (2nd) Kathy Caddell, Andrea oemem, jane I Naomi LeFeber, Tina Levine, Diana Cooper, Chris Petruzzo, Sandy Farnham, Lynn Vichnick, Mary Rose Fahey, Lisa Dickey. (3rd) Melanle Ja Angela Blake, Meredith Rosenthal, Barbara Backner, Ann Reardon, Jennifer Dennehy, Jennifer Seaver. (4th) Tracey Ferrazzl, Debbie Grant, Madden, Lauren Berman, Trish Blake. (Rear) Christine MacNeil, Karen Zanca, Kerry Tsinzo, Chris Brady (coach), Jane Lynch, Sheila Chlpman, , Colanlnno. Wait!!!! The swim team respectfully dedicates this page in loving memory of Diana Cooper, a freshman who contributed so much to our team. SWIMMING After last year ' s tough season of having to await a court season before winning the State Mix-Sex championship, the 1987-88 season proved to be a sad letdown. The team was unable to overcome the loss of th ree senior girls and all the boys and dropped to a 2-10 season. The high point of the season came from cap- tains Amy Gitto and Jennifer Ng, each scoring over 100 points. Despite the return of only 18 veterans on the squad, the swim team was able to send three girls to the states. Ng qualified in the 50-freestyle and divers Jennifer Seaver and Shei- la Chipman (both juniors) also qualified. Both Jennifers were honored: Ng was named MVP and Seaver selected as league all-star. Other stalwarts on the team were Kerry Tsinzo in the 200-IM and Mary Rose Fahey in the breast- stroke. (Front) Anne Reardon, Lynn Vichnick, surrounding Kerry Tzinso, Melanie Jan Tina Levine. (Rear) Jane Gitto, Andrea Gemelli, Merry Rosenthal. Bathing Beauties (Jane Lynch, Karen Zanca, Pam Madden) 94 " Swimmers, take your mark. " Amy Gitto does the butterfly All-star Jennifer Seaver GOLF pOLF TEAM: (Front) Rich Bradbury, Ernie Barrueta (captain), Barry Sheff, Tom Molinari. (Rear) Chuck uytowecz (captain), Chris Melendy, Scott Dykeman, Yong Su Kim, Robert King, Bretty Wilensky, Steve felman, Dana Rakvica. Chris Melendy and captain Ernie Baruetta cap- tured spots on the league all-stars line-up this year. The Knights, under coach Chuck Vuytowecz, had a fair season at 6-6-4. Baruetta compiled a record of 5-7-2, losing many close matches as he played in the first position. Melendy was 10-2-4 in second position and was named team MVP. The team started off by winning four straight matches. Tom Molinari was the spark as he shut out his opponents. The Knights had a chance at the Hockomock title but ran into KP and North Attleboro, and lost all four matches to these two talented teams. Any chance for post-season spot was lost when SHS needing a win, was able only to tie Oliver Ames, missing the playoffs by a point for the second straight years. The loss of three seniors (Baruetta, Molinari, and Sheff) is offset by new players Bob King and Dan Rakvica. ■nie Barrueta Tom Molinari Barry Sheff Rich Bradbury 95 Andrews Gregoire BOYS BASKETBALL The Black Knight basketball team struggled in an attempt to defeat its ' 86- ' 87 champi- onship. Capt. Brian Straughter, Mark An- drews, and Larry Johnson led a relatively inexperienced group of players through an extremely tough schedule. Out-sized in nearly every contest, Stoughton developed a knack for winning the close ones. The squad went 6-2 in games decided by four points or less, in- cluding overtime and double overtime victo- ries. Also making key contributions towards a 10- 10 record were seniors Brian Gregoire, Marc Isveck and Sean Jasie. Highlighting the season was the outstanding play of 3-year starter Straughter who capped his basketball career with an MVP, all-league, all-scholastic season. Sophomores Wayne Gustafson and Jerome Williams, who shared point-guard responsibil- ities, showed the potential of becoming a su- perb backcourt combination in the next few years. The jayvees finished at a respectable 13-7. Good things can be expected in the future from this all-sophomore team who were led this season by Jason Delaney and guard, Dan Her- lihy, both averaging better than 12 points per game along with center Ryan Love (10-plus rebounds per game). They were aided by the other members of the squad, each of whom made substantial contributions to the team ' s success. Straughter Johnson Hail to the Knights! VARSITY BASKETBALL: (Front) Brian Gregoire, Sean Jasie, Brian Straughter (capt.), Larry Johnson, Marc Isveck, Mark Andrews. (Rear) Jer Williams. Rob Florio, Joel Lewis, Tony Blakeley, Rob Dorney. Mike Brilliant, Wayne Gustafson, Jay Lauren, David Grant. Larry Johnson played two " awesome " roles on the ' 88 Knights. As a center witn me son lurn-arouna jump snoi and the senior superlative " best artist. " All-star Brian Straughter starts the action with bound pass. 96 97 . ,TTrff Alcxson Bulger Carey Lanciani MaryBeth Gorman (15) skies for the ball; Dawn ciani (10) watches. Karen Zanca concentrates on getting that foul shot. GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls varsity basketball team finished the 1987- 88 season with a record of 4-16. The team was plagued with injuries throughout the season, the worst of which was a soccer injury to Laura Long. Laura, team leading scorer, rebounder, and MVP in her junior year, was thus unable to compete this season. Leading scorer and MVP of this year ' s team was sophomore forward Lisa Benkart, who displayed a fine outside touch. Another sophomore, MaryBeth Gorman, was the team ' s leading rebounder and the only other player to average double figures in scoring. Senior Lisa Alexson was the team co-captain and handled most of the captain ' s duties due to the injury to Laura Long. She also did a good job of quarterbacking the team from her point guard position. The girls sub-varsity basketball team had the finest season in recent memory, ending the year at 15-4. The team displayed plenty of talent, led by the shooting of Cheryl Sadow, the leadership of Donna McNamara, and the rebounding of Laurie Zapustas. Colleen O ' Connell, who split time with the varsity team, con- tributed with her defense and quickness. Every member of the team made important contributions this year. The season was truly a team effort. 98 Lisa Benkart dribbles on the breakaway. Looking to pass (Tara Carey). GIRLS BASKETBALL VARSITY SQUAD: (Front) Mary Beth Gorman, Karen Zanca, Paula Lorenz, Kerry Tsi Colleen O ' Connell, Lisa Benkart. (Rear) Kristin Catania, Kristin Pineo, Laura Long (capt.), Lisa Alexson (ca Tara Carey, Kathy Bulger, Dawn Lanciani, David Tucker (coach) Gomes SHS boys and girls indoor track team put forth un- believable work and effort during this winter season. De- spite this tremendous amount, the boys team had a record of 1-7, the girls, 2-6. These two team unite during practice and out of school to become one, although during meets they are two sep- arate teams. The team was led by captains Mark Gomes, Steve Moore, Donna Guilfoyle, and Jen Lanner. There were many individual performances that are worth mentioning: Senior Mike Kane raked in many points in the 50, hurdles, and the High jump, while Mike Tierney, Tim Smyth and Dave Shirikjian put the shot. Jackie Magner and Laura Raisty hurdled any obstacle that was in their way. The two-mile was usually handled by Tina Rettman, an outstanding distance runner. Donna Guilfoyle broke her own school records in the mile and two-mile. She also qualified for the State Finals, the Easterns (which is against everyone from Maine to Virginia); she was also selected as a Hockomock league all-star. Mark Gomes achieved many personal bests winning just about every race he ran, in- cluding the 1000 yard run at the Easterns. Mark was also selected a a Hockomock league all-star. Jen Lanner per- formed like a typical " chucker, " she placed high in the shot put during every meet. This season the team had outstanding coaches. Head coach Dave Barbato coached mainly the distance crew, while Brian Lanner coached the sprinters and Jane Day coached the shot putters. GIRLS WINTER TRACK: (Front) Jane Day (coach), Kristin Shea, Donna Guilfoyle (capt.), Jennifer Lanner (capt.), Janine Catalan Sue Glover, Anika Scott, Jill Egel, Dave Barbato (coach). (Rear) Brian Lanner (coach), Cheryl Lydstone, Tina Rettman, Lau Raisty, Jackie Magner, Jen McGarry, Denise Jasie, Kris McCologan, Serina Saperstein. Berloquin Mike Kane jumps head over heels for SHS track McNamara Dexter Ali 100 Here come the fired-up Knights! Todd Siegel gets ready for action HOCKEY Three weeks into the season the SHS hockey team was ranked 17 in the state on the HNIB (Hockey Night in Boston) Poll. The team even- tually ended at 8-9-3 for the season, its best record in six years. The Knights routed Wayland and Weston twice, tied Oliver Ames twice, and won an upset 7-2 win over Newton South. The first line of Cunningham, Molinari, and Recupero combined for over 60 points, closely followed by the second line of Tammaro, Statkiewicz, and Campbell with 50 points. Dave Cunningham, who was named both MVP and league all-star, scored 30 points; Joe Tam- maro notched 21 points. Underclass standouts included Phil Halperin, defense; John Rosenberg, forward; and Roy Fra- ga, goalie. A large sophomore crew makes next year ' s prospects seem promising. JV coach DeAndrade ' s team earned an 8-3 record, led by freshman Danny Costa. 102 VARSITY ICE HOCKEY SQUAD: (Front) Dave Bornstein, Mike Recupero, Mike Farnham, Peter Recupero (capt.), Kevin I Dave Cunningham (capt ), Dana Beaton. (Rear) John Rosenberg, Mike Crosscup, Todd Siegel, Lou DeAndrade (asst. Steven Raisty, Chris Rivers, Phil Halperin, Roger Hardy, Rob Campbell, Joe Tammaro, Carl Statkiewicz, Rob Doherty, Ma DeAguiar, Matt Syrek, Dan Mark (head coach). (JUNIOR VARSITY PHOTO ON PAGE 107) 103 Tona Maffeo WRESTLING The SHS wrestling team opened strong, moving to a 4-2 record for the first part of the season. Led by first year coach Rick Imprescia and (SHS grad) assistant coach Ed Daly, the team de- veloped a strong core of wrestlers who defeated Walpole, Catholic Memorial, Duxbury, and Holbrook, among others. The grapplers finally ended with a good 8-6 record. Strength was provided by seniors, Larry Rosenberg (captain), at 125 lbs., Alan Oppenheim, a newcomer at 135 lbs., and Tony Maffeo, a transfer, at the 152-lb weight. Two juniors, Adam Young (145) and David Fleishman (160) were the other tri- captains. They will be returning with jun- iors Tim Melvin (130), John Freeman (141), and Shawn Silva (171). Rob Kramer and his opponent circle each other looking for an advantage. Tony Maffeo tries to turn his opponent. - CI WRESTLING TEAM (Front) Paul Gates, Adam Thornton, Tony Maffeo, Alan Oppenheim, Larry Rozenberg, David Fleishman, Adam Young, Scott Boland, Rob Kramer, 1 Melvin, Matt Holt. (Rear) Rick Imprescia (head coach), Matt McLaughlin, Jed Angelos, Tim Baxter, Todd Musmon, Sean O ' Connor, Tyrone Lewis, Neil Dexter, John Freer Kevin O ' Grady, Kevin Peleran, Dan McGowan, Shawn Silva, David Allsop, Mike Georges, Ed Daly (assistant coach). Pam Barry straddles the uneven bars Sheila Chipman dismounts the uneven parallel bars A handstand on the beam is performed by Michelle Winn SHS gymnastics team proved to be one of the top contenders in the Hockomock League, owing much to third year coach Lisa Walsh. The team finished in fourth place with a 5-7 record, sensational in view of the fact that it went so many years without a win. Most of the squad were freshmen and sophomores and things look bright for this sport which seemed on the way out just a few years ago. 106 On location are Jane Gitto, Cristen Herlihy, Nicole D ' Angelico, and Kelley Patsavos GYMNASTICS SQUAD: (Front) Kelley Patsavos, Nicole D ' Angelico, Cristen Herlihy, Michelle Winn, Suzan Vasconcelos. (2nd) Jennifer Dennehy, Linda Hendry, Helene Steinberg, Jane Gitto. (Rear) Pam Barry, Sheil ' Chipman, Michelle Collins. L„ ___ b e rebound JUNIOR VARSITY Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Field Hockey Ice Hockey Andrea Moore, Jackie Magner and Amy Lubofsky move after the ball Jayvee Jill Fitzgerald dribbles upfield All. ' JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD: (Front) Rui Fraga, Mike Crosscup, Mike Farnham, capt. Manny DeAguiar, Bill Dolan, Mike Recupero, Sharon Martin, John Lindstine. (Rear) Coach Lou DeAndrade, Scott Kilroe, Gill Cabral, Steven Raisty, Mike Lee, Matt Syrek, Kenny Andrade, Mario Cabral. 107 Student Life Section • Hawaiian Dance •112 Half time Show •114 Winter Dance •116 Student Council •118 Organizations and Honors • 122 Science Fair • 123 Music • 126 Guys and Dolls • 128 Underclasses •134 Frosh Sports • 135 ' 89 Junior Prom • 136 Intramural Writing Competition • 137 SHS Knight DEDICATION: Spirit is what makes schools! However, despite what some people say, it ' s nott spirit which brings about activities; it ' s great activities which bring about great ' spirit. And, what is most needed is the introduction of new activities in order to keep the sense of spirit alive. We dedicate the STUDENT LIFE section of th ' 88 STOTONIAN to the following individuals and groups who attempted t keep SHS Spirit alive through the introduction of new activities and ideas: Th Student Council and the underclassmen who introduced DEBATING; to th various academic departments for bringing in a variety of guest speakers an programs including Russia, the weather, law, poetry, Shakespeare, and man others; to Jennifer Seaver and her staff for reactivati ng the KNIGHT with thre issues of over 24-pages each; to the junior class for introducing the idea of PROM KING; to Jennifer Crosscup, Michael Polonsky and Michael Brennan fo their victories in writing competitions. Stephanie Collins salutes the stands 3VC.w.»j • MARCHING BAND • MAJORETTES • COLOR GUARD ' 87 BAND AWARDS Sept. 27 METHUEN-LAWRENCE Best drum major, best band front, ft place overall, bronze medal Oct. 12 SCITUATE (SEACOAST) Best drum major, best band front, seca place overall, silver medal Ocr. 18 NEW BEDFORD CASE Third place overall, silver medal Oct. 24 OLIVER AMES TIGERAMA Best drum major, best band front, percussion, second place overall, gold m€ Oct. 25 DEDHA M-S TOUGHTON Second place overall, silver medal Nov. 1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY FINALS Best drum major, third place overall, d medal THANKS TO . . . Mr. " C, " Billy fernan, " Biff " Berg, Steve Dorgan, ' LeBlanc, Colleen O ' Neill, Karen Bulc Linda Heffernan, Don Bullock, Laura Ion, anyone else who helped! Anticipating the gold THE MARCHING BLACK KNIGHTS U2 ii we done yet? " " Look C, we ' re all in step? ' 113 Five freshmen frolic at the festivities (Beth Rosenburg, Brendan Ewald, Mark Merzon, Natasha Ali, Dianna Albanese) Elisa Tlberian keeps a tight grip on her guy 114 OFFICERS, STUDENT COUNCIL: (Rear) Suzanne Coughlln, president; Renee Conti, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ellen Griffin, advisor. (Front) Tracy Moore, vice-president; Kerry Tstnzo, recording secretary; Paula Lorenz, treasurer ' Don ' t mind if we do! " A toast to the SHS Student Council SENIORS, JUNIORS OF STUDENT COUNCIL: (Front) Mrs. Ellen Griffin, Susanne Coughlin, Renee Conti. (2l Kerry Tsinzo, Paula Lorenz, Tracey Moore. (3rd) Robert Florio, Nicole D ' Angelico, Glen Lyerla, Kim Barry, StadHT Cohen, Jamie Long. (Rear) Chris Rivers, Jennifer Lanner, David Cunningham, Annie Hawko, Donna Guilfoy Daniel Bryan, Stephen Tierney SOPHOMORES, FRESHMEN OF STUDENT COUNCIL: (Rear) Dianna Albanese, Christine Kelleher, Cheryl Sadow, Jane Gitto. (2nd) Marc Leger, Stacy Wagner, Helen Gorman, Matthew Borden, Paul Jondro, Paul Sadow. (Front) Lisa Katz, Jennifer Sneider, Mark Merzon, Michael Recupero. 116 SHS students at Dinner for the Elderly STUDENT COUNCIL erving the head table at annual StuC Dinner for the Elderly is ' avid Cunningham, aided by Paul Jondro, Stacy Wagner, and ean Morris Seniors prepare for a Sing-a-long " Just before they were attacked by We love the Knightlife . . . Sophomores Stacy Wagner, Pam Berler and Mary Beth Gorman display canned food collected during annual StuC canned food drive. 117 DECA (Front) Leila Barbosa, Kathy Rivers, Pam Howell, Ro mary Sweeney. (2nd) Vince Ventresco, Jean Brys Lisa Hayes, Donna Ruseell. (Rear) Mr. Richard Nova advisor, David Cornell, Mike Vogel, Kevin Derba. : SADD SADD OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES: (Front) Matt Gilman (treasurer), Peter Sadow, Lisa Trebby, Tracy Moore (president), Ronna Sadow (vice- president). (Rear) Paul Jondro, Lisa Kardon, Donna Guilfoyle, Lori Mezoff, Cheryl Sadow, Pam Trebby, Brenna O ' Grady. m SADD JUNIORS SENIORS: (Front) Lisa Kardon, R na Sadow, Matt Gilman, Brenna O ' Grady, Tr Moore. (2nd) Lisa Trebby, Suzanne Coughlin, Bryan, Kathy Gitto, Jennifer Lanner, Donna Guilfoi Renee Conti. (3rd) Stephanie Borr, Lauren Berm Jennifer Seaver, Yianna Liatsos, Trish Blake, Lai Rudin, Kristina Seferian, Brian Graber, Jim Le Michelle Noonan, LeeAnn Goslin. (Rear) Hele Steinberg, Julie Colannino, Wendy Mongeau, Che Fox, Kathy Bulger, Dawn Lanciani, Ellen Shuk Michelle Rudman, Suzanne Aronson, Joe McCullouj Lori Mezoff, Michelle Maffei, Kathy Mercer. SADD FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES: (Front) Cheryl Sadow, Peter Sadow, Dianna Alabanese, Mark Merzon. (2nd) Andrea Caporella, Pam Trebby, Paul Jondro, David Moore, Lynn Vichnick, Malina Saval. (3rd) Shannon Mer- cer, Matt Green, Mark Flanzer, Leslie Cariofiles, Liz Fitzpa- trick, Joanne Markow, Mary Rose Fahey, Shari Thaler, Dana Rakvica. (Rear) Stephanie Shore, Kathy Fidler, Jen Griffith, Urmila Bajpai, Tracy Urell, Jane Gitto, Mike Recupero, Christine Kelleher, Lisa Katz, Robin Modiste. 118 ALTERNATE INFINITY SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION: (Front) Elyse Norris, Jeff Vigue, Mark Gomes, Chris Dexter. (Rear) Shahin Ali, Jeff Kempner, Stephen Moore, Mr. Joseph Chamberlain (advisor). NHS JUNIORS: (Front) Julie Colannino, Julie West- cott. (2nd) Cristen Herlihy, Kerry Tsinzo, Stacy Cohen, Jennifer Crosscup, Stacey Piselli. (3rd) Adam Young, Jeff Kempner, Bob King, Lauren Berman, Kristina Rettman, Debbie Chao, Brian Graber, David Grant. (4th) Yong Su Kim, David Zamansky, Gary Baker, Harris Rappaport, Ellen Shultz, Sandra Payson, Kelley Sweeney, Sharon Rawlings, Wendy Mongeau, Teresa Campanario. (Rear) Lori Mezoff, Jim Lewin, Laura Raisty, Kevin Mischley, Kristina Seferian, Lisa Kardon, Susan Jeffs, Ana Almeida, Leslie Kramer, Michelle Rudman, Kathy Mercer. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS (Right) (Front) Melissa Perlin, Elyse Norris, Karen Drago. (2nd) Mark Hudson, Sherri Camuso, Dana Rakvica, Debbie Mythen, Ms. Cheryl Anderson (librarian). (Rear) Chrissy McNeil, Neil Ali, Britta MacPhail. DEBATING (Front) Mark Merzon, Mark Gomes, Mrs. Ruth Wein (advisor). (2nd) Matt Gilman, Jennifer Griffith, PetJ Sadow, Patti Gates, Chris Dexter. (3rd) Jeff Vigue, Stevd Zelman, Meredith Rosenthal, Beth Stewart, Christine K leher, Pablo Bonomi, Leslie Cariofiles, Dana Rakvic (Rear) Mitch Lerner, Aaron Grover, Mark Flanzer, Shan Rawlings, Ana Almeida, Teresa Campanario, Yong i Kim, Paul Jondro, Brian Cunningham. CLOSE-UP (Front) Kathy Gitto, Ronna Sadow, Robin Locke, Suzanne Aronson. (Rear) Trish Blake, Jennifer Seaver, Pam Mad- den, Lauren Berman, Mr. David Tucker (advisor). BAND OFFICERS (Front) Stephanie Collins, vice-president; Robin Borde secretary-treasurer; Connie McNamara, clarinets. (Re. Lou Bello, trumpets; Mike Kane, president; Bob Plac percussion; Adam Young, saxophones. Instrumental and Vocal music groups start on Page 123 120 MODEL SENATE (Front) Ms. Marilyn Berman (advisor); Michael Polon- »ky, Robin Borden, Wendy Canter, Shauna Havklin. (Rear) Susan Raisty, Stephen Moore, Shahin Ali, Steve Tlerney, Justin O ' Leary. I HOOL IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL: (Front) Jennifer Lanner, Matthew Borden, s. Ellen Griffin. (Rear) Mr. Edward Weiner, Mr. Anthony Sarno, Mr. David Tucker. WOMEN ' S CLUB: (Front) Stephanie Collins, Leeaann Murray, Suzanne Coughlin. (Rear) Nicole Gallant, Susan Raisty. 121 MARCH 16, ) ?8g STOUGHTON HIGH EXPERIMENTAL DIVISION GRAND AWARD: WINNERS: Dana Rakvica (5th Grand Award); Joseph Markow (4th); Joan Markow (1st Grand Award); Mr. Chester Peirce (Director, Science), Paul Jondro (2nd), Peter Sadow (3rd). HONORABLE MENTIONS: (Front) Urmilia Bajpai, Jennifer Sears, Stacey Wagner, Shari Levin, Stacy Truschin. First Grand Award Winner Joanne Markow ' 90, receives r (Rear) James Lewin, Kevin Mischley, Douglas Frisoli, Robert Germaine, Steven Zelman, Mr. Chester Peirce. award from Dr. John Murray, superintendent of schools. Sharon Rawlings is presented with First Grand Award for the Exhibition Division at the hands of Mr. James Boushell, EXHIBITION DIVISION WINNERS: Heather Stevens (5th), Can Perchase (4th), Sharon Rawlings (1st), Tarrej assistant principal, and Mr. Peirce. Berkowitz (2nd), Kathleen Caddell (3rd), Mr. Peirce. PRODUCTS Kristina Seferian ' 89 displays her project Jennifer and Julie Sears await the arrival of the judges at the Science Fair " Soil Keeping Secrets? " was Paul Jc : dro ' s project 122 Bento • (Above) GIRLS CHORUS: (Front) Erica Mahoney, Jen- nifer O ' Connell, Heidi Panek, Kristen Carota. (2nd) Barbara Monk, Christina Petruzzi. (Rear) Kim Holmes, Christine O ' Neil, Maria Busby, Joy Grimsley. Borden Brailey Collins (Right) (Front) Pamela Molin, Paula Macedo, Ann Marie Saliemi, Kerry Doherty, Sonja Veale, Kristen Chase. (2nd) Marilyn Lima, Jennifer Calibrese, Elise Tucker, Ann Reardon, Beth Moore, Kristen Harding, Imani Palmer. (Rear) Christina Camacho, Norma Valadao, Sonja Ali, Karyn Litwack, Jill Siepus, Kristen Murphy, Joy Siepus, Michelle Ahern, Erin O ' Reilly. (Left) (Front) Nicole Page, Sandy Teixeira, Olivia Soars, Cheryl Fox. (2nd) Lisa Henchey, Marcia Selig, Kim Gerson, Terrie Bonani. (Rear) Britta McPhail, Dawn Hilcoat, Cindy Lindquist, Lucy Viveiros. (Below) JAZZ CHOIR: (Front) Laura Rudin, Ellen Shultz, Robin Kell, Kerry Havlin, Shauna Havlin, Cinda Lavely. (Rear) Jennifer Collins, Rob Germain, Fred Levy, Eric Olsen. Correia Dray Fradkin Gallant Goldberg Hall 123 (Above) SHOW CHOIR: (Front) Kerry Havlln, Eric Olsen, Parti Gates, Rob Rodney, Laura Rudin, Fred Levy, Julie Place. (2nd) Nancy Patterson, Connie Mc- Namara, Peter Fencer, Rob Germain, Shakina Burt, Herb Dell, Robin Locke, Brian Cunningham. (Rear) Jennifer Collins, Robin Kell, Cinda Lavely, Rob Rothwell, Shauna Havlin, Ellen Shultz, Peter Sadow. (Right) JAZZ BAND: (Front) Matt Green, Bob Place, Jennifer Collins, Mike Kane, Matt Holt. (2nd) Peter Fencer, James Lewin, Stephanie Collins, Julie Rogers, Nicole Gallant, Jon Fox, Bob Barksdale, Dennis Bray. (Rear) Paul Jondro, Phil Klayman, Paul Levine, Kristina Seferian, Kevin Mischley, Adam Young. (Left) FLUTES: (Front) Holly Silver, Stacey Trushin, Tina Sousa, Lisa Kardon. (2nd) Shayna Goldberg, Elyse Norris, Melinda Bell, Nicole Gallant, Kathy Fidler, Stephanie Collins. (Rear) Jennifer Mondazzi, Robin Bor- den, Kathy Mercer, Julie Rogers, Andrea Caporella. (Below) CLARINETS: (Front) Tiffany Burns, Michelle Friedman, Leslie Cariofiles. (2nd) Julie Place, Connie McNamara, Barbara Backner, Joe Fustolo, Tongalin Davison. (Rear) Brian Cunningham, Tracey Urell, Shan- non Mercer. Olsen (Left) SAXOPHONES: (Front) Gayle Flanzer, Tim Smyth, Bob Barksdale. (Rear) Jeff Pongonis, Dennis Bray, Kevin Dunn, Adam Young, Jon Fox, Matt Holt. (Below) LOW BRASS: (Front) Peter Fencer, Jim Lewin, Paul Gates. (Rear) Joanne Markow, Matt Green, John Medeiros, Mike Kane. (Above) TRUMPETS: (Front) Paul Jondro, Phil Klayman, Paul Levine. (2nd) Tom McGauley, Joe Markow, Mark Flanzer, Kristina Seferian. (Rear) Lee Ribak, Meinhardt Von Schierdstadt, Orlando Sousa, Kevin Mischley, Lou Bello. Smyth Von Schieratedt (Right; PERCUSSION: (Front) Scott Rower, George Hall, Bob Place. (2nd) David Briere, David O ' Neil, Jennifer Collins, Carrie Fenton, Kristin Colby. (Rear) Elvis Texiera, Gil Cabral, Mike Kane, Greg Veliotis, Paul Fraga. 125 Seniors in the cast Included Jennifer Sears, Tracey Moore, Nlki Smith, Eric OUen, Leeann Murray, Robin Locke, Shauna Havlin, Jeff Zides, Wendy Canter, Fred Levy, Conn McNamara. GUYS DOLLS ANNUAL MUSICAL FEB. 5-6 This musical fable of Broadway was presented under the direction of Mrs. Linda Dolan and Ms. Donna Teper as vocal instructor. Mr. Ronald Christianson conducted the orchestra; Synneve Car- lino ' 87 accompanied on the piano. Leading performers were Eric Olsen (Sky Masterson), Leeann Murray (Sarah Brown), Shauna Havlin (Miss Adelaide), Jim Lewin (Nathan Detroit). Also in the cast were Kevin Mischley, Rob Germain, Fred Levy, Nicole Smith, Tracy Moore, Kris Seferian, Jeff Zides. The Hot Box kick-line stole the show. 126 Stage Manager Cynda Lavely gets an earful from Mrs. Dolan " Oh, Nathan, " Shauna Havlin (Adelaide) croon Jimmy Lewin (Nathan Detroit) Gamblers Fred Levy, Rob Germain, and Kevin Mischley join voices in a " Fugue for Tinhorns. ' During breather Nlki Smith and Jim Lewin practice a " simple Cuban dance. " Dress rehearsal photographer captures Fred Levy and Robin Locke. y 4 mk iftliiMiiiiiMl A street scene on Broadway. The drunk in front is Brian Graber. To the right are Shari Thaler and Mary Rose Fahey. Also in scene: Connie McNamara, Fred Levy, and Kevin Mischley A Jht club scene featuring Adelaide and the Hot Box Girls: (Front) Shauna Havlin, Jim Lewin. (Rear) Connie McNamara, Julie PU , Jenn Sneider, Kathleen Cadell. The tune is " Bushel and a Peck " and Jeff Zides is the gambler. Romantic leads, Sarah and Sky in a Cuban nightclub (Leeann Murray, Eric Olsen) 7 Class of 1989 128 EXECUTIVE BOARD, CLASS OF 1989: (Front) Evelyn Large, Julie Westcott, Mrs. Deborah McHugh-Conrad (advisor). (2nd) Kim Arud; Nicole D ' Angelico, Jennifer Crosscup, Stacey Piselli, Cristen Herlihy. (3rd) Adam Young, Kim ' Barry, Robert Florio, Anissa Godes, Ainu Lipman, Lori Mezoff, Brian Graber, James Lewin, Laura Raisty, Kevin Mischley, Kristina SeferianV (Rear) Helene Steinberg, Sheila Milman, J Colaninno, Kristin Catania, Diane Foley, Paula Lorenz, Kerry Tsinzo, Stacey Cohen. Class of 1990 Carefully, Leslie Cariofiles paints Gym workout by Jill Cohen ft 4 Collins Si Skfj 1 Breen Carroll Erlichman OFFICERS, CLASS OF 1990 President: Jennifer Collins Vice-president: Kevin Breen Secretary: Christine Carroll Treasurer: Evan Erlichman Advisor: Ms. Barbara Sinclair 130 131 Between-classes locker tripping are Kevin Hollander and Chrissy Chase Angelos OFFICERS, CLASS OF 1991: President: Meredith Love Vice-president: Nadalee Angelos Secretary: Kristen Shea Treasurer: Natasha Ali Advisor: Mrs. Julie Conroy Conroy Frosh wait for the bell sounding end of math class THE HISTORY SCENE: (Front) Stacey Hartstone. (2nd) Todd Mussman, Lori Cohcnno, David Kovner, Katy Leahy. (Rear) Michael Figueiredo, Ellen Weiss, Paul Jondro. Class of 1991 iRESHMAN EXECUTIVE BOARD: (Front) Nadalee Angelos, Natasha Ali, Kristen Shea, Mrs. Julie Conroy. (2nd) Jennifer Sneider, Lisa Katz, hristine Kelleher, Cheryl Sadow, Michael Recupero. (Rear) Mark Merzon, Dianna Albanese, Ann Capela, Jane Gitto, Kathy Caddell. 133 Brendan Barlow goes up for a basket. FRESHMAN GIRLS ' BASKETBALL: (Front) Jennifer DeLuca, Vicki Dovale, Rhonda Dray, Tamar Berkowitz, Tara Lang. (Rear) Michelle Rudnick, Ellen Weiss, Kim Golden, Gina Gemelli, Nadalee Angelos, Andrea Caporella, Jim Long (coach), Debby Parker. ( P. O 20 FRESHMAN BOYS ' BASKETBALL: (Front) Sean Grover, Frank Barbour, Brendan Barlow, Danny Berman, Steven Nestor, Kevin Barbato. (Rear) Mike Dillon, Derek Lemieux, George McDaniels, Shamus Mason, Mike Austen, Edward Bourget, Mike Walker, Bill Cotter (coach). Ellen Weiss takes the foul shot. 134 The team awaits results of Vicki Dovale ' s foul shot. Shamus Mason shoots from the line. INTRAMURAL WRITING COMPETITION annual essay contest sponsored for juniors by the English Dept. WRITING COMPETITION PARTICIPANTS: (Front) Julie Colanino, Despina Kontsas, Stacey Piselli. (2nd) Trish Blak. Jennifer Seaver, Kelly Sweeney, Helene Steinberg, Cristen Herlihy, Stacey Cohen. (3rd) Kerry Havlin, Leslie Krame Michelle Rudman, Kathy Mercer, Ana Almeida, Shawn Scannel, Gary Baker, John Gillis. (Rear) Karen Huether, Bet Hottinger, Wendy Mongeau, Laura Raisty, Brian Graber, Fred Brauneis, Keith Kreismanis, Yong Su Kim, David Grant FINALISTS: (Front) Fred Brauneis, Kerry Havlin, Leslie Kramer. (2nd) David Grant, Yong Su Kim, Cristen Herlihy, Laura Raisty. (Rear) Mrs. Kathryn Dawe, faculty coordinator; Mr. Anthony Sarno; Miss Judith Hamilton (Director, English). 136 SEMI-FINALITS: (Front) Helene Steinberg, Stacey Cohen, Keith Kreismanis. (Rear) Wendy Mongeau, Trish Blake, Shawn Scannel. MS KNIGHT STAFF: (Front) Merry Rosenthal, George Hall, Sue Coughlin, Donna Guilfoyle, Lauren Berman, Michelle Maffei, llnnifer Seaver. (2nd) Scott Godes, Suzanne Aronson, Jennifer Collins, Karen Huether, Angela Blake, Joanne Markow, Leslie Wiofiles. (3rd) Jennifer Medeiros, Michelle Bernstein, Ana Almeida, Sue Jeffs, Trish Blake, Christine Feeley, Lee Ann Goslin. iear) Joe Baeta, Amy Gitto, Christine Sewcyk, Patty Grasso, Jennifer Lanner, Karen McGowan, Kathy Gitto. Jennifer Seaver Editor-in-chief Trish Blake Managing Editor Maria Resendes Word Processing Anna Almeida Sue Jeffs Joanne Markow Lauren Berman 137 at SAV1NIS MOTEL 138 Ballroom Thursday and Friday, April 7-8, 1988 ■ POPS ' 88 Cabaret Concert at Savini ' s Thurdsay and Friday, April 7-8, 1988 The Senior High School Concert Band , florwW Christina TolemPole Selections Irom | ToccalalorBaod Selections from Cats WeslSte Story The Senior High School Girls ' Chorus Oonnt Te TearThemDown Somewhere Out There Brand Ne» Attitude II s My Party A Vocal Solo . . Eric I 1 138 At the Annual Boosters Club Awards Banquet, four graduates were inducted into the SHS Hall of Fame (Francis Cowgill ' 49; John Robinson ' 62; Leah (Kell) Macrin Annette Tector ' 79); Donna Guilfoyle received the Senior Athletic Award from Mr. Sarno and Brian Straughter received his from Mr. Kenneth Teplit, boosters presid 140 Molinari Scibetta ARSITY BASEBALL: (Front) Scott LeClaire, Peter Everett, Barry Sheff, Steve Scibetta, Paul Williams, Tom Molinari, Robert Dorny, Phil ■ ' — rin. (Rear) Shannon McCarthy (manager), Gary Baker, Brian Graber, Jim Lewin, Rod Finlayson, Daryl Bettencourt, Robert Florio, Shepard, Bob Ashley (coach). Williams The 1988 Baseball Team finished with a record of 6 wins and 1 1 losses, including a 5- 11 record in the Hockomock League, re- sulting in a seventh place finish. All in all the team played well with .279 batting average, turned 12 double plays and produced two league All-Stars: Rod Finlayson at third base, and Dave Sheppard in the outfield. Finlayson was also named team MVP. The team roster listed only four seniors, and they all worked hard to try to make the season a success: Steve Scibetta, captain and excellent shortstop; Tom Molinari, cap- tain and two-year starting pitcher; Paul Wil- liams, two-year starter at catcher; and Barry Sheff, a fine defensive outfielder. With such a youthful team, the outlook for 1989 is indeed bright. Barry Sheff 141 Tim Baxter 1 Eric McKcnzie (Left) JV BASEBALL: (Front) Coach Dan Mark, Shawn McMullen, Matt Bor David Briere, Jon Hurtig, John Freedman, Scott Ehrlich, Michael Dunn. (Rear) Angelos, David Schwartz, Kevin Breen, Eric McKenzie, Mike Sapienza, Tim Ba; (Below) JV SOFTBALL: (Front) Stacy Beaton, Kristen Golden, Lori Zapustus, T Ferrazzi. (2nd) Cheryl Sadow, Lisa Mazzuchelli, Jen Deluca, Kathy Fidler. (R Joan Valenti (coach), Colleen O ' Connell, Jill Fitzgerald, Elise Tucker. 142 Jen Deluca Cheryl Sadow VARSITY SOFTBALL: (Front) Karen Zanca, Jane Lynch, Laura Long, Kathy Bulger, Tara Carey, Paula Lorenz. (Rear) Donna McNamara, Wendy Stone, Sharon Lawrence, Lisa Benkart, Debbie Parker, Kerry Tsinzo, Mike Baxter (coach). Long Ace hurlcr Kerry Tsinzo. Karen Zanca McNamara calls for the pitch. SOFTBALL The 1988 Girls ' Varsity Softball Team finished with a record of 15 wins and 5 losses, qualifying for the Eastern Massa- chusetts Tournament. The team finished in a tie for first place in the Hockomock League with a league record of 13 wins and 3 losses. This marked the fourth time in five years that Coach Mike Baxter ' s charges reached the coveted tourney spot. For the first time in his coaching career, the girls won a post- season game, beating co-champ Oliver Ames in the opening round and reaching the semi-finals on the strength of a win over Middleboro. The team was led by senior tri-captains Laura Long, Dawn Lancian, and Kathy Bulger. Another senior, Tara Carey, was also a great contributor to the success of the team. With a great many returnees, the 1989 season appears to promise success. 143 Guilfoyle Lanner GIRLS ' TRACK The Girls ' Track Team ended its season with a record of 4-4 in dual meets. The team was led by captains Stephanie Collins, Don- na Guilfoyle, and Jennifer Lanner. This year ' s squad was sparked by a num- ber of younger girls: Merry Love, Shea, and Anika Scott, just to name a few. Cristen Herlihy (one of the top SHS sprinters) per- formed well, as did Jen Lanner and Steph- anie Collins. Donna Guilfoyle remained undefeated and now holds the school record in the one- and two-mile runs and has tied the school 880 record. GIRLS ' SPRING TRACK: (Front) Cheryl Lydstone, Sandy Farnham, Sue Glover, Donna Guilfoyle (capt.), Jen Lanner (capt.), Stephanie Collins (c Cristen Herlihy, Lori O ' Connor, Pam Lee. (2nd) Kristin D ' Andrade, Anna Santos, Anika Scott, Kathy Caddell, Naomi Lefever, Meredith Love Vishnick, Lynne Lydstone, Jen Sneider, Nicole Ross, Kathy Kilday, Jen Boushell, (Rear) Lenell King, Diana Albanese, Michelle Ahearn, Erin Gr i, Angie Blake, Kris Shea, Sharon Hedii, Sandra Araujo, Laura Raisty, Sonja Veale, Jill Egel, Tina Levine, Jackie Modiste. Jill Egel, Sue Glover, Jackie Magner, Donna Guilfoyle Steph Collins Jen Lanner Erin Griffith Cris Herlihy 144 Neil Dexter Mike Kane Kevin Barbato Vigue Yaffee 145 BOYS ' TENNIS SQUAD: (Front) Mike Polonsky, Brendan Ellis, Dennis Kilgoar, Joe Tammaro, Matt Gilman, Kenny Arbit. (R Peter Greer (coach), Todd Cohen, Matt Holt, Nelson Hermangildo, Todd Katz, Paul Jondro, Brett Wilensky. BOYS ' TENNIS The ' 88 Boys ' Tennis Team, led by Coach Peter Greer and Co-captains Matt Gilman and Joe Tam- maro finished in third place in the Hockomock League with a 10-6 record. There was a lot of talent and tremendous class in the winning season. Season highlights included a great upset victory over King Philip and a season-closing win over Can- ton. The line-up for the season included Gilman at first singles, Tammaro at second singles, Matt Holt at third singles. The doubles combinations were Mike Polansky and Dennis Killgoar at first doubles, and Ken Arbit and Todd Cohen at second doubles. The team also benefitted from the participation of Brian Smith, Paul Jondro, Nelson Hermangildo, Bret Wilensky, Todd Katz, and Brendon Ellis. Coach Greer paid tribute to the teams, saying, " The 1988 season was a successful one because every member of the team managed to develop not only as a tennis player, but also as an individual. " Mike Polonsky played steadily at first doubles. Soph Paul Jondro provides promise for future. [H 19 Joe Tammaro shared captain duties, playing second singles. Capt. Matt Gilman played the strength of the league at first singles. A dedicated member of the reserve squad is Nel; Hermangildo. 146 RLS ' TENNIS SQUAD: (Front) Stephanie Shore, Kim Clark, Karen McGowan (capt.) Suzanne Aronson (capt.) Lauren Berman, Kathy Mercer. (Rear) Laura Gunn, Shannon rcer, Urmila Bajpai, Vicki DoVale, Stacey Wagner, Pam Berler, Beth Rosenburg, Susan Jeffs, Carrie Fenton, Shari Leven, Russ Clough (coach). (Not Photographed) Trish ke, Pam Madden. 147 149 PROM May 25, 1988 Lantana Randolph PROM QUEEN, KING AND COURTS: Steven Scibetta, Lisa Alexsen, Sean Jasie, Karen Troy, King Cooperstein, Queen Jennifer Ng, Michael Tierney, Penny Martin, Stephanie Collins, Alan Oppenheim times remember 150 CLASS NIGHT (June 1, 1988) Bausch Lomb Science Award, Michael Polonsky; National Merit Scholarship Awards: Michael Brennan, James Butler, Susan Raisty, Scott Sherman; Stoughton Fair Housing Committee Essay Award: Michael Brennan (first), James Butler (2nd). ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS: Renee Conti, art; Re- becca Fencer, business education; Michael Brennan, drama tv; Christine Feeley, English; Jennifer Ng, for- eign language; Leeann Murray, home economics; Marc Cooperstein, industrial arts; Michael Kane, instrumental music; Lee Ann Goslin, journalism; Michael Polonsky, mathematics; Timothy Smyth, physical education (boys); Donna Guilfoyle, physical education (girls); Shahin Ali, science; Ronna Sadow, social studies; Steven Cockcroft, technical drawing; Shauna Havlin, vocal music. Distinguished Athlete Award (Marines) Donna Guilfoyle, Mark Gomes; National Scholar Athlete Award (Army Reserve): Dana Beaton, Dawn Lanciani. Salutatorian: Susan Raisty Leeann Murray Paula Santoro 152 COMMENCEMENT June 3, 1988 Welcome to parents and guests: Anthony Sarno, principal Michael Syrek, president ' 88 VALEDICTORIAN: Michael Polonsky Greetings from school committee Mr. Michael Lanner, chmn. School Messsage: Suzanne Coughlin, StuC. Class Response Joseph Baeta, vice-president Announcement of diplomas and awards: Dr. John Murray, superintendent Presentation of diplomas: School Committee 154 McDONALD ' S OF STOUGHTON Salutes the Graduating Class of 1988 It ' s a good time for the great taste of McDonald ' s 156 Congratulations to the Class of ' 88 THE STAFF AT NATIONAL VIDEO Stoughton 344.4444 Brockton 580-9950 BRING THE STARS HOME TONIGHT! SM Congratulations MIKE With love from Mom, Dad Tom CONGRATULATIONS ' 88 gTTEj SUPER HARDWARE STORES - OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! Randolph Stoughton 171 NorthMainSt. Comer ol Wash. Central 961-2812 344-0038 CORCORA l Per Olof Hall Acme Boot Company, Inc. 2 Canton Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Phone: 617 344-3532 Welcome to the world! Congratulations, Stoughton graduates... and welcome to the world. A world that awaits you with great anticipation. A world that has nurtured you and watched you grow with love and respect, even if it didn ' t always feel that way. A world that may, at times, seem hostile and rejecting, but one that needs your intelligence, your ideas, your creativity. We are that world. We are your parents, your friends and neighbors, your families. Our hearts are bursting with pride as we reflect on your achievements and contemplate your future. Graduation is not an end; it ' s a beginning. A beginning of a new world for you. Welcome to that world, Stoughton Class of 1988. We ' ve been waiting for you. THE WIZARD OF ADZ, Inc. 850r Providence Hwy. Dedham. MA 02026 617-326-4114 Steven Sharon Fradkin Congratulations ' 88 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. 157 OUR BEST TO YOU. Wherever you ' re headed, we want to wjish you the very best. We also have a suggestion or two that will help in the future. 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