Trenton Catholic Academy - Corristin Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)
- Class of 1980
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At the 1979 graduation ceremony, Bishop George W. Ahr announces that St. Anthony High School will
be renamed in honor of Monsignor McCorristin.
Thomas W. Anama
Mary E, Angeline
Tammy A. Anthony
William W. Anthony
Andrew R. Bernard
Denise M. Bissonnette
Michael F, Beckett MaryAnne Bencivengo
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Members of Pom Poms, Drill Squad, and Band create a colorful crowd at an early season football game.
It was the first period and objects were
finally beginning to come into focus. The
start of Mike's day had been predictable---a
late start. At breakfast he had given up the
effort to doublecheck his math. His ionic
equations and scrambled eggs made a
poorly balanced meal. He decided instead
to give his history notes another once-over
for the quiz. Caligula didn't taste too bad
with buttered toast.
Mike glanced over at Corri two rows away.
Her feet were still tapping from her disco-
donut breakfast down in the cafe. But she
had more reason than that to be excited.
Last night, after one of her best nights of
the season in basketball, she discovered a
very special letter waiting at home. She
had been accepted to Rutgers. And tomor-
row, if all went well, she'd be a licensed
By fourth period Mike was awake enough
to hear some good news from his English
teacher. Two of the poems he had submit-
ted to the Talisman had been accepted for
publication. There had been some stiff
competition, and he was pleased enough
with himself to lean back, gaze out his class-
room window at the fountain shining in the
sun, and imagine himself the first McCorris-
tin graduate to receive the Pulitzer prize.
Fortunately a nudge from a classmate be-
hind him let him know that Sister waited to
hear what he thought of Bronte's charac-
terization of I-lealthcliff in Wuthering
Kathy Schwab, junior, salutes autumn athletes during the first pep rally.
Diane B. Bohonko Wesley Bolton
Senior Vince Palmere's powerful swing sets the pace for victory at the
Alison T. Boor
Judy C. Bogacz
Elizabeth A. Both
Cynthia D. Botteri
Junior Brenda Procassini exhibits
her softball pitching skill.
Junior Pam Mason attempts shot while Kate Larkin waits ready for
Mary Bresnen rebound.
Peter H. Brown Robert Brozena, Jr. Joanne M. Bucci Christoper Burek
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Barbara Burrows Lisa Burzachiello Ann Marie Caauwe Cathy A. Callahan
Planning ahead, junior Clare Fitzpatrick prepares a hairstyle for her cosmetology course at Voc- McCorristin's first girls' soccer team discovers a valu
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Russel J- Carr Baffy Carter John J. Caruso Celeste A, Chale
Renee Chiavoni Michele Ciliento Donnie P. Corsner John A. Cortina
able teammate in gophomgre Barbara Smith. Enthusiasm comes easy to spirited cheerleaders Judith Willever and Joyce Papp, sophomores
Maria Barbato, junior, and Sharon Higham, senior.
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Teresa M. Costantini Lisa A. Crea Mary E. Crocker Mark S. Csorgo
Kate Larkin jumps for ball, but her opponent seems to have the edge.
A sudden turnover in the game excites senior cheerleader, Patricia
Glen Martin Cucinotta Richard Cucinotta
Jeffrey Cuiule Gail Dallas
Kathleen A. D'Arcy Harry T- Day
Paul M. DeGrgory Deborah Demspey
Andrew Dempsky Michael Dertony
J0l'l11 DeSanctis J0S9Phin9 C- DiMaffiH Representatives of the Knights of Columbus witness presentation of two
flags flown over the capitol in Washington,
Michael DiMattia Janis M. DiNatale '-s'
Mr. Alfred Mazzoli of the Knights of Columbus presents flags to a proud
Rosemary DiStephano Lynne Durastanti
Diane T, Ellis William M- Ellis Anna Falvo Donna M. Farley
Ericka M. Fekete
Seniors Joan Pellegrino and Patti Sikinger refine the skills they'll need for the business world next year.
Mark Jude Farrante
DOFlI1iS M- Fig'-ICYOB Corinne Fiorelli Michele A, Flaherty Robert Fleming Jr.
Karen A. Funari
Seniors Gail Dallas, Jeff Cuiule and Colleen Ryan experiment with the science department's new laser.
Thank goodness French class had been
quick and relatively painless. Lunchtime
brought it to a merciful end.
Mike sat with his baseball teammates pre-
dicting how they would make mincemeat of
the Irish. Corri got a chance to tell her
good news and learned that Lisa had just
gotten a raise in her job in COE Program.
Mary's news was the best of all. She got a
part in Bye Bye Birdie, the spring musical.
Later, sfter school, Mike and Corri found
themselves torn between activities once
again. Mike headed for the Student Council
meeting while Corri dashed off to the Z-
When his Key Club meeting was post-
poned, Mike stopped in at the Antonian
meeting to plan his layout as editor of page
four. He found Corri there finishing her
article wrapping up the season on the new
girls' soccer team. One of the band mem-
bers was there too being interviewed about
his trip to Philadelphia last October to see
Pope John Paul Il.
When Corri and Mike finally reached
home, their day was far from over. Corri
spent the next two hours working out her
calculus problems, studying for her chemis-
try test and typing the final page of her
Mike rushed through the first draft of his
essay, "The Easy Life of A High School
Student," and finished in time to get back
to school to watch the Iron Mikes play
under the lights.
Mr. Hardiman and his football team members Jay Moses, Jeff Klien, John Williams, add their enthusiasm to the pep rally.
Timothy Gardthausen MaryAnn Giancola
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Enthusiastic seniors Barbara Michon, Kim Suydam, and Tammy Anthony enliven the crowd at the first pep rally.
Robert J. Greco Ronald J. Greeny
Lydia M.Haninczak Lisa A. Herrera Kathleen I.. Hibbs Sharon Ann Higham
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Joseph F. Kaluzny Linda L. Kern Jeffrey Klein Keith Klemmer
faluable skills. Here, senior Barry Latella takes tips
John M. Koba
McCorristin's Marching Unit flies the colors for the home team.
lene Ann Kurst
A smooth tap from senior Kate Larkin settles the score.
Raymond Kushner Nancy J. Kurilla
Donald A. Kutch Katherine Larkin
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Tom Ryan, sophomore, stays way out front during an early season track Nicholas Lech Sharon B- I-eili
Jeffrey LiVolsi Anlfa L Lucldl
Jeffrey W. Luther Duane L Maashen new sqccer team
Louis C. Marazzo Jr John A Marglcm
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David William Martin Sharon E. Marue Kenneth M. McCoy Edward T. McGinley III
Pom Pom girls keep in step while the Band sets the pace.
Kathleen M. McGovern
David J. McHale
Barbara Ann Michon
Linda Migliaccio Brian K. Moceri Donna Monroe
Mary Anne Montervino
John S. Morreale
Juniors Theresa Volo and Joyce Kagel wind up the day in curls for their cosmetology test.
Jay A. Moses
Rita J. Mottola
Elizabeth Ann Mrazik
Senior Terri Festa prepares herself for her performance while a less nervous hand applies her makeup. J h S M h
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Vlcffifia Lynn Mimi Rose Marie S. Nangle
Bruce A. Nelson Gloria Elizabeth Nelson Mary Eileen S, Nowacki Sandra C. Norton
Donald Dante Olla
Jacqueline S. Olsen
Nina G. Onyszczuk
Michael John Owens
Linda Migliaccio applies the finishing touches for Timmy Seaman. Deadwood Dick was the school's first musical
since Hnian 's Rainbow in 1968.
Carlo S. Orsini
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to left at the NotreDame Game. The Iron Mikes faced a difficult season, but Sharon Higham and her cheerleading squad were with
them all the way.
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Douglas C. Ralph Emily S. Reyes Richard Randall Ricardo Anna Maria Riccitello
Sohpomore Stacey Majeski attempts a swing at a fast ball in hopes of
scoring for her team.
Senior quarterback Jeffrey Klein rolls around left end for significant
Carolyn Marie Russo
Joseph C. Rogers
Catherine Lynne Russo
Colleen Marie Ryan Debra Ann Sabo
Jim Smith, junior, reaches first and the Iron Mikes move ahead during
one of last season's victories.
Laurel Ann Sagnip Marie Sandor
Neil Sanvardine Sandra Savage
Timgthy Seaman Raymond M. Serben
Coach Hardiman barks defensive signals to his troops.
Patrick Sheppard Patricia Sikinger Vincent P. Siracusa James Smiegocki
Donna M. Sniadach
A special kind of spirit surfaces when Sr. Helen conducts her religion classes.
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Carol Solarski Emma Spera Shen-i A, Spryn Mark W. Stearle
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Junior Pam Mason shows her defensive technique as she reaches for a rebound.
Seniors seem subdued at
Margaret Alison Stephan
Storcella George H. Stout Jr. Helen Stout
the start of the spirit competition
John T. Stevenson
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but freshman enthusiasm is unbeatable at the year's first pep rally.
Karen Ann Sweeny Theresa M. Swem
Patricia Lynn Tague JosePh A. Takach Anthony Robert Tempesta Beth Anne Tereszezyn
Gina Testa Michael J. Testa Carl Thomas Glenn M. Thompson
Seniors Jacqueline Olsen, Chris Wagner, Claire Source, Patty Gabauer, Lisa Crea, Lisa Burzachiello, and Diane
Ellis demonstrate their skills in the Medical Assistants' Program at Voc-Tech.
Patricia A. Tietbohl Michael A, Tighe Kenneth Tozzi Marcia Turano
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John P. Williams
An injury during an offensive block returns senior Jeffrey Luther to the
bench assisted by Bill Hnatiuk, sophomore, and David Swanhart, junior.
Lawrence T. Wood
John C. Ziegler
Senior Patty Sikinger offers a sample of the kind of championship skill
that makes it all look so easy. John B- Zoller
Linda Maria Witkowski
Helen Claire Wuensch
Lisa A. Zotta
His Excellency, The Most Reverend George W. Ahr, S.T.D., Bishop of Trenton
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Monsignor Thomas Leubking, Diocesan Superintendent of Schools
Monsignor Michael P. McCorristin, V.G., P.A., Founder and Directo
SAH, renamed McCorristin in his honor
Sr. Catherine Weaver, Mr. Richard J. Carson, Asso- Sr. Therese, Vice Principal of
Principal clate Principal, Business Man- Studies, Typing 2, Cheerlead-
agement and Organization. ing Moderator
Sr. Alice Cecilia, Co-ordina- Sr. Thomas Marie, Adminis- Mr. Ralph Sirolli, Jr.
tor of Financial Affairs trative Assistant Dlsclplinarian
Sr. Catherine and Mr. Carson are happy with the 1980's new administrative team. They now have the experience and expertise
of Sr. Therese, Sr. Thomas Marie, and Mr. Sirolli on which to rely.
Ms. Finkral equips her business students with more than a knowledge of the keyboard. She also
shares her good writing skills.
LIKE A CANVAS
Mrs. Wokoun's talent and experience with literature are evident
spends many hours after school directing the school play.
in all her classes. She also
Ms. Colette M. Balfe
World History, U.S. History 1
Mr. Frank T. Bencivengo
Biology, Earth Science
Mrs. Denise Brand
Spanish 1, 2g Senior Class As-
Fr. Daniel Cahill
Mr. Glen Basham
Fine Art 1, 2, 33 Arts and
Crafts, Drafting, Junior Class
Moderator, School play Sce-
Mr. Scott C. Bollwage
World History, US History 1,
2, Varsity Baseball coach
Mr. Gary Bushelli
US History 1, 25 Assistant
Varsity Football coach, JV
Basketball coach, Varsity
Sr. Cecilia Agnes
German 1, 2, 3, Learning
Ms. Carol Chmura
Physical Education and
Healthg GAA Moderator
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Religious Studies 3
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Accounting 1, 2g Talisman
Mrs. Marilyn Ciocian
English 2, Z - Club, Public Re-
Mr. F. Bencivengo consults additional sources to confirm facts in the growing field of Earth
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Director of Guidance, Corr-
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Calculus, Math Analysis, Ge-
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Sunshine competes with Ms. Balfe's bright smile in her World History class
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Spanish 2, 3g Sophomore
Student Council Moderator,
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English 4, Antonian Co-Advi-
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Miss Kathleen A. Faraglia
Library Science, English
3AP, Librarian, Senior Class
Ms. Linda Finkral
Exploratory Business, Office
Practice 1, Cooperative Of-
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English, Show Case Assistant
Mr. Clerke encourages lively discussions among juniors in his religion classes.
Sr. Corneluis' warm Irish smile is familiar not only to her math students but to
McCorristin basketball fans who see her at so many games.
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Religious Studies 2, Assistant
Mr. Kevin Gallagher
U.S. History 1, NJ StatefLo-
cal Government, Boys' Varsi-
ty Soccer Coach, Girls' Varsi-
Miss Dorothy Georgiou
English 2, 3, Forensics Club
Sr. Grace Pierre
English 1, 4 AP, English 3, 4,
Creative Writing, Talisman
Advisor, English Department
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Mr. Robert Graham
Driver Ed. and Phys. Ed.,
Freshman FB, Freshman Girls
Basketball, JV Baseball
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Guidance Counselor, U.S.
Hist. 1, Var FB, Freshman
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Chairperson, Rel. Services
Comm., Liturgical Comm.
Sr. Imelda Dooley
Religious Studies 1, Student
Ms. Chmura left McCorristin this year, and her enthusiasm and hard work expecially
in GAA will be difficult to replace.
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Sr. Joan DeGregorio
Religious Studies 2, Liturgical
Committee, Junior Prom Ad-
visor, Mission Moderator
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World History, US History 2
Sr. Kathleen Shadell
Algebra 2, Trigonometry,
Math 2 Locker Supervisor
Mr. John Ketterer
Music Therory 1, 2, lnstru-
mental Music 1, 2, 3, Music
Concert and Marching Band
Moderator, Choir Moderator
Junior Prom Committee, Mu-
sic Director for "Bye Bye
Mrs. Marie Kleber
Home Economics 1, 23 Bach-
elors Only, Senior Prom
Committee, Spring Musical
Mr. Graham is as effective in the classroom as he is on the field or in the
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Sister Marguerite considers a student's interpretation of one of her
favorite poems. Sr. Marguerite's teaching helps students see how litera-
ture grows and changes with each new reader.
Miss Leone is new to McCorristin this year but not to many of her freshmen students wholve
known her since grammar school. Her religion classes' influence on the freshmen has made
them feel very much at home in McCorristin.
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Chem., Chem. 2, Action
Chem., Sci. Dept. Chairper-
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ology, Display Case Coordin- Health, Key Club Moderator,
ator JV Soccer, Varsity Track and
Academic excellence, student rapport, and hard work combine to make Mr. Yager one of the
teachers McCorristin values most.
An apple for the teacher? Mrs. McDonnell's knowledge and understanding
make her a favorite in the business department.
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Religious Studies 3
Sr. Marie Olivette
Mechanical Drafting, 1, 2g Ar-
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Honor Society Moderator
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Physical Education, Driver
Education, Driver Education
Miss Nelson introduces her students to new dimensions in geometry.
That glow emanates not only from Sr. Kathleen's projector. Her secret variable in
teaching algebra is enthusiasm.
Mrs. Donna McDonnell
Gen. Bus., Consumer Ec
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Club, Jr. Prom Comm.
Ms. Mary Ann McGuigan
English 1, Corristin Advisor
Mrs. Shirley F. McVeigh
Biology, Introduction to
Fr. Liam Minogue
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Algebra 1, Bus. Math,
Geom., Ser. 1 Class Mod.
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Modern Geometry, Basic Ge-
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Junior Ring Day Moderator
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Mr. Carmen Nitti
Physical Education and
Health, Varsity Basketball
Freshmen are challenged by Mrs. Ranson to test their physical abilities.
Sr. Corrine combines the scientific method with a sensible and sincere approach to
students in her formula for good teaching.
Mr. Tony Nitti
Physical Education and
Health, Director of Athletics,
Cross Country coach
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Wld. Hist., Psych.,
Guidance, Display Case,
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Health, Phys. Ed., Phys. Ed.
Dept. Chairperson, GAA
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Mrs. Doris Radice
Stenography 1, 2, Transcrip-
tion, Personal TypingfNote-
Mrs. Alice Ranson
Health and Physical Educa-
tion, Girls' Varsity Soccer
Coach, Assistant JV and
Varisity Girls' Basketball
Mrs. Joyce Sealtiel
Recordkeeping 1, 23 Typing
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Miss Funari clarifies an important theological concept with her
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Foreign Language Depart-
ment Chairperson, Co-
Moderator of National Honor
Mrs. Clara J. Stefane
Typing 1, Stenography 1,
Business Department Chair-
person, Z - Club Co-Modera-
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S0ph0- Sophomores appreciate Sr. Joan's discussions in religion which she always keeps
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Geometry, Math 1, CVC IPS, Key Club Advisor
Math League Advisor
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English 3, Spring Musical
Mr. John D. Yager
Anthropology X Sociology
U.S. History AP, Social Stud-
ies Department Chairperson
Voc-Tech Coordinator, Guid-
Miss Lois A. Yencha
Algebra 2, Trigonometry-
fMath Analysis, Elementry
Analysis, Math Advisor, Stu-
dent Council Moderator
T0 CREATE AN IMAGE
ON WHICH STUDENTS MAY
Mr. Gallagher helps his students resolve the puzzling problems of United States
Sister Catherine filled the double role of teacher and administrator early in
the year when she substituted in Sr. Imelda's freshman religion classes.
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Mrs. Thompson brightens the studies office while she helps
Sr. Therese in one of the busiest offices in the school.
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contact with students.
Mrs. Palmere spends part of her busy day in the Studies
Office where her talents are valued.
Mrs. Smith greets vistors to McCorristin and keeps Sr.
Catherine's main office humming.
Mrs. Bernice Carson
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Secretary of Guidance De-
Mrs. Gloria Palmere
Attendance Officer - Library
Mrs. Margaret Pecht
Secretary of Descipline Of-
DECADE GF DEDICATIO
Mrs. Joan Smith
Receptionist - Secretary
Mrs. Agnes Thibodeau
Mrs. Dorothy Thompson
Secretary of Studies Office
Mrs. Janet Lee
Mrs. Carson helps keep McCorristin ticking financially.
Mrs. Thibodeau's patient and accurate work helps keep McCorristin's finances balanced.
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Mrs. Farber prepares the dishes
for the next lunch.
Mrs. Doan makes sure machines a
filled with goodies.
Mrs. Joan Doan
Mrs. Lois Puhalski
Mrs. Puhalski enjoys whipping up a de-
Mrs. Pauline Pitcherello
Mrs. Ethel Farber, Cafeteria Mrs. Elizabeth Menichelli
Mrs. Lorraine Vaccaro
Mrs. Helen Sheppard
Mr. Thomas Morgan
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she readies the kitchen for work to be-
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Gina Angelini Nicholas Angelucci
Paul Bade Sharon Baldwin
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Theresa Conti Robert Cook Anthony Cowell
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Maria Bottoni Christine Brennan
Donald Browning Arlene Bublewicz
Digna Carreras Anthony Calfarli
Patricia Collins Debbie Commini
Barbara Crocker Brenda Cunningham
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John Dertouzos Tracey Destribats
Carla DiLissio Eileen Dillon Valerie Dilworth
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Victoria Everist Maria Farina Carol Feldenzer
Anthony lntorelli demonstrates scientific precision as he carefully measures the weight of a beaker in chemistry lab.
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Monica Lester MifCl12ll Lis
Jeffrey Loffredo David Lorenzo Vincent Lucci
Nicholas Maisto Joanne Maguire Marianne Malkin
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Debbie Paterra Mary Pecht - Diane Pege
Raymond Place Rita Pontani Carrie Prescott
William Rafferty Ann Ragnacci
Lori Anne Rosetti
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Ann Sikorski Karen Skwara James Smith Joanne Smith Kathleen Snyder
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Annette Torres Sharon Tozzi
Todd Tykarsky John Tyrrell
David Valentino Lucy Valletto
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Lisa Angelillo Anthony Angeli
Brian Bezek Ellen Bleistein
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Kenneth Candelori Diane Capone
Joseph Cattani Claire Cavanaugh Donna Celli
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Joseph De Lucia
Monica Di Mucci
Donna Crutchley John Cunningham Costantlno Delli
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James Fasoli Cynthia Figueroa Maribel Figueroa
Richard Fleming Kevin Foss Shawn Fwllo
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Darlene Greeny Dante Guagliardo
Lawrence Hoffman Jean Hogg
Karen Hovemeyer Dale Hughes
Prince Johnson Virginia Kaluzny
Christine Girman Maria Giuliana
Maria Goulding Robert Graziano
Debra Henry Beth Higgins
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Michael Kapp Linette Kelly
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Mildred Kostrezewski Oksana Kusznirczuk Adele Laramee Michael Laske
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Mario Martillotti Frank Marue
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Anna Marie Pesca
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Robert Pontani Peter P0l'l2i0 David Procaccini Carolyn Pugliese
Rose Ragnacci Steven Ragos
Risa Reali James Reed Lawrence Reuter
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Chris Luciano handles stitchery with a sure hand in art class. observations in biology lab-
Denise Brodowski finds one-celled animals aren't as simple as
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Karen Spoto double-Checks to Corlfirm the I'2SUlfS of her biolo- Sr. Corrine clarifies a difficult point for Patricia Bogdan in
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Christine Wackley Catherine Walker
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Ida Acolia Timothy Adorno
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Lea Cozzarin Joe Craparotta
Diane Currie Gina Dalbo
Andrew De Felice Ann Del Aversano
Joe De Sanctis William Devaney
Maria Di Mattia
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Carl Dolci Julie Dumouchelli
Theresa Fabiano Susan Farina
Gino Formaroli Chris Foss
Margaret Gaughan Samuel Giambelluca
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Robert Gulay Colleen Halsey
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Patricia Higgins Bruce Hillman Jean Hornyak
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Robert Joralemon Thomas Kagel Jeffrey KHrCl0S
David Kish Joseph Klama Karen Klemmer
Denise Kostival Igor Kusznirczuk David Kutch
Miss Funari meets members of the freshman class as she substitutes in their religion classes.
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Jack Malkin Patricia Mantuano
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Thanh Nguyen Anthony Nicolini Richard Nixson
Kathleen Nowalinski Kevin O'Brien Sharon Onorati
Trudy Pabers Paul Panfili Adele Parent
Daryl Payton Lisa Pawliski Lisa Peaden
Terri Ann Novatkoski
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Kathleen Ryan Kurt Sakowski Annette Santiago
David Shiavonne Richard Schoen Renee Schooley
Charles Semanchiek Robert Sinkus Lisa Sitko
Mark Sniadach Matthew Snyder Allen Sondej
Anthony Spera Ronald Sperrazza Mary Ann Spoto
Deane Stackhouse Chris Stout Ken Stout Andrew Swal Krista Swanhart
Things are rolling smoothly in gym class with Miss Agocz,
Mrs. Murphy's explanation of factoring keeps Chris Chian-
ese attentive in Algebra 1.
Julie Dumouchelli spends time researching the central message of the Bible in religion class.
Lisa Tallon Cynthia Tohill
John Torres Daniel Tote
Michael Urziceanu Salvatore Vaccaro
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Joseph Williams Thomas Wills
Richard Yager Todd Zbojovsky
Kathleen Van Pelt
Anthony Toro Ray Toro
Kim Tucci John Tumillo
Joseph Van Reymersdal Lisa Vitella
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FOOTBALL TEAM CLOSES WINLESS
PLAYERS ACQUIRE RECOGNITION
McCorristin's Football team ended the 1979 season with a 0-9
record. After practicing for many weeks over the summer, the
team started its season on September 14, under the direction of
coach Kevin Hardiman. The past football season, although it did
not bring victory to the team, brought special recognition to
many of its players.
Senior Larry Biesecker made first team All-County. Senior Mike
Di Mattia achieved places on both the second team All-State, and
the second team All-Area, in addition to first team All-County.
The Delware Valley Football Foundation and Hall of Fame
named senior Jeff Luther as scholar-athlete. Despite their losing
record, the team displays many strong players and a good
coaching staff. s
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John Doyle, Bob Liedtka, Jeff Luther, Jerry Petrillo, Bill Anthony, Jerome Gilbert, Chris Walter, Dominick Petrucci. Third Row: Coach Gary
Bushelli, Donald Browning, Peter Maher, Dave Magyar, Jeffrey Mershon, Mark Evans, Frederick Randow, Gerald Nowakowski, Coach Kevin
Hardiman, Back Row: Dennis Hardiman, Barclay Townsend, Larry Hoffman, Vince Lucci, Larry Biesecker, John Williams, Patrick Swal, Chris
Breccia, Jay Moses, Dean Tuccilo.
Senior Jerome Gilbert watches the action develop as his teammates make the play.
Senior John Williams leads the way for Junior Carl Derry.
Junior John Doyle makes a game-saving tackle while his fellow Iron Mikes look on.
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Coaches Hardiman and Bushelli study some new
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Freshmen Football Team - Top Row: Coach Bob Graham, Joe Camiscioni, Toni Nicolini, Bob Guagliardo, John Tumillo, Tom Cook, Leon
Bogen. Middle Row: Sal Vacaro, Dave Comfort, Chuck Semanchick, Chris Stout, Ron Chiorello, Joe Williams, Dave Schiavone. Front Row:
Greg Brancalino, Andy Swal, Vince Belardo, Jerry Clyde, Sam Giambelluca, Tim Atwood, Al LeCain.
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Junior Ed Brda remains in control. Junior Joe Kildea has no trouble out maneuvering his opponent.
SOCCER ENDS WITH 9-10-2 RECORD
PLAYERS ACHIEVE SPECIAL HONORS
This year the Iron Mikes soccer team competed under a new name,
McCorristin, a new coach, Mr. Kevin Gallagher, and sported many new
faces. The team, however, continued its tradition of fine soccer and sports-
The team posted a 9-10-2 record including a hard-fought 6-5-1 in the CVC
which earned it a third place finish. In the state tournament, the Mikes
earned impressive victories over third ranked St. Joseph's of Metauchen
and second ranked Holy Cross before falling short of another South Jersey
Parochial A title against state rival CBA.
Individual standouts were not lacking. Tri-captains Ken Tozzi, Vinnie Pal-
mere, and Paul DeGregory provide valuable leadership to the younger
members of the team. Ken Tozzi and Junior goalkeeper Sam Manago
earned first team in All-Mercer selections. Vinnie Palmere was chosen to the
second team. Paul DeGregory and Juniors Ed Broda and Joe Kildea
received honorable mention.
Senior Carl Thomas prepares to stifle an opponent's
Senior Captain Vinnie Palmere's solid defense leads the Mikes to another playoff birth
Varsity Soccer Team - Front Row: Paul Seiler, Mark Hadley, Sam Manago, Vince Palmere, Tom McKenna, Charlie Platt, Eddie Broda. Middle
Row: Dave McHale, Carl Thomas, Paul DeGregory, Tim Kleppe, Joe Kildea, Andrew Bernard, John Tykarsky. Back Row: Coach Kevin
Gallagher, Jack Koba, Ken Tozzi, Jay Kiernan, Mark Risoldi, Greg Mesyaros, Gerard Houck, Tom Fiorelli.
Sophomore Greg Mosares boots a pass upfield. Paul DeGregory, senior, uses some fancy footwork against Hamilton
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McCORRISTIN'S NEW GIRLS
VARSITY SOCCER TEAM
ACQUIRES STRENGTH AND
McCorristin's first girls' soccer team, coached by Mrs. Alice
Ranson, ended their season with a 2-14-1 record. Although
the team did not place in the finals, they exemplified much
strength for a first year team.
The girls, most of whom never played on a soccer team,
practiced many weeks together before the start of the
season in September. The team put forth a good defense
but was lacking in offensive players. Even though the team
will be losing four of its senior players, Terry Constantini,
Kate Larkin, Beth Tereszczyn, and Lisa Vaccaro, many of
the underclassmen provide a strong nucleus for next year.
Special recognition went to Junior Pam Mason who made
the Colonial Vally Conference second team. Senior Kate
Larkin, Sophomores Noreen Britton and Stacie Majeski,
and Freshman Gina Dalbo received Honorable Mention for
Pam Mason, junior, and senior Kate Larkin, team up to lead the girls to their first win.
Barbara Smith, sophomore, aids senior, Kate Larkin in guarding the Mike goal
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Ann DelAversano and Noreen Britton double up for a strong defense.
CRCDSS CGU TRY
MIKES MQVE AHEAD
The 1979 McCorristin Cross Country team, under the di-
rection of Coach Tony Nitti and his able assistant, John
Connally, brought the decade to a close in a winning and
spirited fashion. The McCorristin harriers enjoyed their
best effort of the 70's and gained a new respect from area
teams. Initially, the Mikes endeavored to establish a more
esteemed name for Cross Country at McCorristin that
would add to the versatility of our fine school. Consequent-
ly, they beat arch-rival, Norte Dame by placing runners in
the top three slots respectively. The Mikes also posted
victories over two other Colonial Conference rivals and
discovered new success in the area's larger meets both
individually and as a team.
Mike Beckett and Tom Erni run stride for stride while their
teamate hurries along in good style.
Cross Country Team - Front Row: Bob Jordeman, John Hornyak, Joe Potocki, Jim Gerac, Tom Ryan. BackRow: Assistant Coach John Connolly,
Ed Jacko Tom Ermi, Mike Beckett, Lewis Gresiviewz, John Ryan, Head Coach, Tony Nitti,
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The lron Mike Cross Country team finds that the team that stretches Mike Beckett, Tom Eymi, and Lewis Gryziewicz finish the course and
fosether, wins together. anticipate posting good times.
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Varsity Basketball Team - First row: Vinnie Palmere, Don Browning, Willie Ellison, Steve Brown, Ricky Girman. Second row: Mark Risoldi, Bruce
Nelson, Joe Bodnar, Jim Smiegocki, Ralph Chiarello, Head Coach Carmen Nitti.
IRON MIKES REBUILD WITH
The 1979-80 basketball season, the first as the McCorristin lron Mikes,
has been one filled with many surprises. After losing the nucleus of last
year's team, the outlook for the Mikes seemed grim. The young Mikes
team, under head coach Carmen Nitti and assistant coach Jack Adams,
had a starting five made up of Seniors Jim Smiegocki and Mark Risoldi,
Sophomores Ralph Chiarello and Willie Ellison, and Freshman Steve
Brown. ln addition Seniors Jerome Gilbert, Vinnie Palmere, Bruce Nel-
son, and Randy Ricardo, Juniors Rickie Girman and Don Browning, and
Sophomores Joe Bodnar comprised the rest of the team.
The basketball team traveled to Brocton, Mass. for the Christmas Tour-
nament and returned victories in the two game elimination contest.
The Iron Mikes came out storming in the first half of the season which
surprised and changed the opinions of many. lt racked up a record of 10-
3 with no superstars, just an old fashion team effort. The team concluded
its season finishing 3rd in the CVC with an 8-4 record and a regular
season record of 12-12. A loss to Notre Dame in the first round of the
Parochial A State Tournament concluded the season for the Mikes.
There were many positive indicators for coach Nitti to ponder in the off
season. lt will not take a very long time for the public to get used to the
school's new name, for, in the next few years, McCorristin basketball
teams should be at the top of the polls.
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Freshman Team - first row: Sal Vaccaro, Chris Chianese, John Dilworth, Chris Stout Joe DeSanct1s Greg
Freshman Coach Kevin Hardiman stresses Brancolino, Dave Comfort. Second row: Anthony Bucci, Timmy Adorno, Vince Belardo Jerry Clyde Jeff Kordos
teamwork at the winter Pep Rally. Tom Cook, Chris Foss, Coach Kevin Hardiman.
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Barb Smith, Linda Nelson. Row 3 - Mr. Bob Graham, Mrs. Alice Ranson, Kate Larkin, Kelly Williams, Mary Pecht, Kim Gore, Clare Cavanaugh,
Coach Kevin Gallagher.
LADY MIKE REIGN SUPREME 0
When one speaks about area basketball, whether boys or
girls, the McCorristin ladies are bound to be the topic of
discussion, Posting a 21 and 3 overall record, highlighted
by an undefeated C.V.C. Record 112 and Oi, the Mikes
were the most prominent features of area basketball.
Guiding and directing the girls was head coach Kevin Gal-
lagher whose expertise and experience has brought a win-
ning tradition to McCorristin. Mr. Gallagher along with the
able assistance of Mrs. Alice Ranson have enjoyed a prodi-
gious amount of talent this season. An example of such
talent is All-American Kate Larkin whose leadership and
ability on and off the boards have been a crucial ingredient
in the success of the Mikes. Kate became the state record
holder of the most points ever scored in a high school
This McCorristin team also enjoyed the talents of Kelli
Williams and Patty Sikinger who were also named to All-
Mercer and C.V.C. squads. The Mikes also employed the
fine talents of Seniors Lisa Vaccaro, Joanne Bucci, and Kim
Gore, along with Juniors Pam Mason, Tina Mostrangeli,
Lisa Kelly, Michelle Delorme. Rounding off this spectrum of
talent is Sophomore Barb Smith.
In conclusion, the McCorristin girls' basketball team have
further intensified and exemplified the winning spirit which
ls evidenced here at McCorristin.
JV Team Front: Diane Bargholz, Marita Fisher, Chris Buck, Jackie
Wyers. Back: Florence Whited, Patti Higgins, Kelly Gorman.
Senior Patti Sikinger goes up
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advantage over Notre Dame.
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Higgins, Kelly Gorman, Jackie Wyers. Back: Stacie Majeski, Gina Dalbo,
Jennifer Coleman, Mary Pecht, Claire Cavanaugh, Linda Nelson, Mrs.
Marcella Friedman gives the
knee up in her attempt to
stop a Princeton opponent.
Captain Kate Larkin scores
an easy bucket, leading the
Lady Mikes to another CVC
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Mr. Gallagher and girls wait quietly for their turn at the rally opening the winter
Kelly Willams pops an easy jumper for two Iron Sometimes waiting seems to be the best defense
Mike points. as Pam Mason soon finds out.
All-American Kate Larkin sinks a jumper to bring
her total closer to the state mark.
TI-IEY'RE STILL NUMBER
Metuchen's girls were no match for the
teamwork of Pam Mason and Patti Si-
kinger helping the Mikes claim the cen-
tral Jersey crown.
lt was a tough first against Pleasantville
with an overtime score of 62 - 61, but
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second year in a row, and it was an emotional moment for
seniors Kate Larkin and Pam Mason.
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and were unbeatable.
There's always plenty of power on the bench. The girls saw some action
against Saint Rose where they won 81 - 56.
In the final game, Lisa Vaccaro and Aggressive Patty Sikinger was unde-
Kate Larkin showed Union Catholic featable against Union Catholic. The
as south Jersey champs. how the game should be played. final score was 65 - 55.
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Second row: Carla Guagliardo, Anne Tuffy, Tracey Destribats, Maria Barbato, Karen Skwara, Angela Loffredo, Sharon Higham.
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: First row: Chris Girman, Risa Reali, Lisa Soltesz, Mary Beth Tattoni, Bea Geraci,
Jeanine Di Lissio, Denise Muscato. Second row: Linda Bucci, Lisa Angelillo, Lori Miller, Therese Laucks, Marie
Mlgliaccio, Jo Ann Schaible, Pixie D'Errico.
The Cheerleaders of McCorrisitn High School provide plen-
ty of support to all Iron Mike soccer, football, and basket-
ball teams. This year, in addition to the Varsity, Junior
Varsity and Frehsmen squads, a new squad was added to
cheer for the Girls Varsity Basketball team.
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders keep up everyone's spirits at the winter sports pep
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Team in the Christmas Tournament.
The girls put in many hours practicing for this upcoming
season. The Varsity squad attended a cheerleading clinic in
the fall, and several members attended The National Cheer-
leaders' Association Camp over the summer. All the squads
display much dedication and spirit.
The Cheerleaders are moderated by Sr. Therese.
Freashman Cheerleaders show their stuff when it's their turn to cheer.
Freshman Cheerleaders: First row: Karen Brown, Jennifer Russo, Karen Klemmer, Maria DiMattia.
Second row: Michele Sondej, Janet French, Barbara Witkowski, Colleen Halsey, Sharon Abrahms.
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The girls' new uniforms make them an even more welcome sight.
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BASEBALL TEAM FORESEES SUCCESS
The 1980 McCorristin High School varsity baseball team
will bring much potential for success to the diamond this
spring. The Colonial Valley Conference crown and a State
tournament victory seem well within their grasp.
Mr. Scott Bollwage replaces Mr. Adrian Seitz as the McCor-
ristin coach in 1980. Bollwage's baseball knowledge and
the hard work of returning lettermen and new players
should pay off for the Mikes this spring.
A' strong nucleus of returning lettermen include catchers
Mike DiMattia, Ken Unverzagt, Bob Unverzagt, infielders
Ken Tozzi and Vince Palmere, outfielder Sam Manago, and
crafty pitchers Tom Anama and Jim Smith.
The Iron Mikes will feature an explosive hitting attack
combined with speed and solid defense. The 1980 Mikes
baseball squad hope to better last year's 12-10 record, and
appear to have a great chance to do so!
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an Iron Mike runner.
Speed merchant, Ken Tozzi, levels off at the plate to bring across the Hurley, Tom Anama, throws his version of "white
winning run. lightning."
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The ladies limber up - Lisa Schen, Valerie Dilworth, Ann Sikorski.
Top Row: Coach Tom Mahon, Lisa Schen, Ralph Zita, John Dilworth, Larry
Rooter, Valerie Dilworth, Ann Sikorski, Kevin O'Brien. Middle Row: Bill Lecain,
Lew Gnyziewicz, Tom Davidson, John Overton, Junior Domenick Pertrucci, Soph-
omore Luke Wyseck, Bottom Row: Seniors John Morreale, Jay Moses, Don
Kutch, Harry Day, Dave McHale, Bill Anthony, Joe Rogers, Joe Potocki.
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dencing the qualities of a fine javelin
The 1979 Track Team, under the supervision of head
coach, Mr. Jack Lally, had its troubles, but improvement
was evident throughout the year. The Mikes enjoyed the
expertise of two new assistant coaches, Mr. Tom Mayon,
who headed the weight team which accounted for the bulk
of the scoring, and Mr. John Connally, an accomplished
runner himself, guided the endurance team. As a result, the
1979 track team opened many doors for their underclass-
men to enter which will enable them to start a new spirited
season at McCorristin.
A teammate dries Kate's tears moments after breaking her
2,000 point mark.
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Before-the entire student body, Mr. Carson presented Kate
with a trophy honoring her career scoring record.
ln a special assembly classmates applauded
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bly and presented a proclamation declaring
Q March 4 Kate Larkin Day in Hamilton Township.
Under Coaches Ranson and Gallagher Kate played with girls
whose excellence brought them into state competition.
Assisted by her teammates on March 1, Kate
smashed the state record of 2,581 career points.
GBDDY DOES IT BETTER
As a freshman Kate Larkin became Mercer County's lead-
ing scorer averaging 21.4 points per game. Kate was
named to the first team All-Mercer County by the Trenton
Times, and second team All-Mercer County by the Trenton-
In sophomore year Kate was named to the first team ALL-
C.V.C. and first team All-Mercer County in both area pa-
pers. She repeated her scoring performance this time with
26.5 points per game. She became the first male or female
to score 1,00 points by sophomore year. As a result she
was named to the National A.A.U. All-American Philadel-
In junior year Kate was once again named to the first teams
of the C.V.C. and Mercer County by both area papers. On
Feb. 23, 1979, she became Mercer County's All-time Ca-
reer leading scorer fmale or femalel with 1,697 points. She
was named to the ALL-state squad by the Newark Star
Ledger and to the All-American A.A.U. Addidas team.
In senior year Kate was named to the first team squads of
Mercer County and C.V.C. by both area papers. Kate also
was named girl player of the week in N.J. by the Newark
Star Ledger. Kate surpassed the 2,000 point mark becom-
ing the fifth girl in N.J. to do so. The climax of Kate's
incredible career came March 1, 1980, against Trenton
l'l.S. when she smashed Ann Donavan's state record of
2,581 points with a 32 point effort. Kate is not just a
dynamic scorer but through out her four years at McCorris-
tin she managed to lead Mercer County in every statistical
category including rebounds, assists, and steals.
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Ace pitcher, Brenda Procassini, junior, lets loose a per-'
fect pitch. '
The girls' varsity softball team, led byCoach Gary Bu-
shelli, closed their season with a 5-14 record. The team
consisted of only two seniors, three juniors, seven sopho-
mores, and two freshmen.
The season lasted from March to May and totaled 19
games, five of which brought them victory. Since the
team lost only two of its 14 players, the returning under-
classmen will have the experience of working together.
Bushelli, former JV coach, moved up to the varsity
position at the start of the 1979 season.
Blocking the plate is no problem for sophomore Stacy Majeski.
Senior Patty Sikinger takes the punch out of a Hamilton fast ball.
Senior speedstepper, Mary Crocker, reaches first base in plenty of
Junior Brenda Procassini plays it safe and returns to second base.
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LO G AWAITED
The 15th Annual G.A.A. Show displayed many firsts in the
history of school competition. The action took place under
a new name, McCorristin High School, talents on either
team iBrown or Goldl proved evenly matched and the spirit
of the girls seemed united as both teams payed tribute to
the theme of the show "Disney on Parade" with the singing
of "Mickey Mouse". Ultimately Brown Team came shining
through with a well-earned 64 to 48 victory, the first for
Brown in over seven years. The scene at the gym on
November 6, 7, 8, 9, 1979 saw mistress of ceremonies,
Linda Migliaccio editing the enthusiasm, co-captains of
Brown Donna French and Kim Gore and of Gold, Gail
Dallas and Lisa Storcella inspiring their girls to do their best
Patricia Gabauer shows balance and poise as Diane Pege, spotter, awaits
Freshman Michele Mowbrary displays 'the excitement
that all the girls share in GAA.
Mistress of Ceremonies, Linda Migliaccio, presents the winning flag and
points to Gold Team captains, Lisa Storcella and Gail Dallas.
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give flowers to Gold Team Captains Gail Dallas and Lisa Storcella.
Gold Team "Mousketeers" take a rest from their mouse routine.
Diane Capone, Clare Bogdan, Donna Sniadach lleaderl and Karen Fair-
banks liven up their performance of "Pinocchio" lGold Teaml.
Brown Team's "Babes inToyland" are all wound-up to do their perfor-
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"Babes in Toylandn, lBrown Teaml.
BROWN AND GGLD TEAMS
SHARE THE JOY GF
Concluding the final competition, the awards cermeony
honored for First Place Best Event Maryanne Montervino's
golden jazz extravaganza "Fantasia" with teammate Maria
Chiarello's tapping "Chimney Sweeps" sweeping second
place. For best non-dance events Brown's Sharon Higham
and Nancy Kurilla led "It's A Small World" gymnastics
tribute to the lnternational Year of the Child to recognition
while Gold Team's Angela Loffredo and Alicia Tryba's
imaginative "Peter Pan and Tinkerbell" went tumbling into
second place. Brown cover designed by Lisa Tysko cap-
tured a four-night winning appraisal while the Lisa Storcella
drew the detailed effort for Gold. All in all, every partici-
pant in this year's "First Show" should be congratulated for
her hard work, enthusiasm and most importantly her
For McCorristin students, with members of faculty and administration, attending Mass together is always a special occasion.
Sr. Joan leads students in hymn during Christmas Mass.
The hopes and wishes of every student were presented during Offertory
at the Christmas Mass.
Seniors Lisa Tysko and Tim Seaman lead response at the Christmas
SERVICES UNIF Y
The students and faculty share the blessings of Religious
Services that Chaplain, Fr. Cahill and Associate Chaplain
Fr. Liam Minogue provide.
Both priests give valuable time from daily schedules to
instruct and guide the students and to offer Masses on days
of special observance. Very dedicated, Fr. Cahill, taught
freshman religion classes in the fall while Sr. Imelda was
recovering from an illness.
Sister Helen, Religion Chairperson, keeps Religious instruc-
tion timely by organizing with Fathers Cahill and Minogue
Religious Services. These Services include instructions
from visiting priests, lectures from priests and sisters of
various religious orders and congregations on vocations.
Sister Grace Pierre receives communion during Mass at Christmas.
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Freshman Lisa Chianese joins her classmates receiving at Mass.
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performance. to see the Pope.
Marching Unit - Left side: Sharon Tozzi, Cheryl Matthews, Jo Ann Mc Guire, Terry Festa, Theresa Conti, Kathy Hutman, Carol Feldenzer. Right
side: Leslie Hegedus, Rose Santorsiero, Ann Berg, Arlene Bublewitz, Debbie Henry, Virginia Kaluzzi, Mary Pecht. lst row: Peter Brown, Joe
Deluccia, Tom Fiorelli, Dave Valentino, Mike Rhodes, Mildred Kushevski. 2nd row: Debbie Sabo, Trish Le Cain, Dina Micelli, Jules Consiglio, Lisa
Herrerra, Vicki Jeremias. 3rd row: Vince Angeline, Jeff Cuiule, Craig Kirk, Mark Tozzi, Dan Olla. 4th row: Margaret Melker, Ann Marie Whited,
Sue lnnocenzi, Mr. John Ketterer, Marie Mucha, Corinne Fiorelli, Joan lnnocenzi, Janet Murzda. 5th row: Mary Beth Mc Ginley, Annemarie
Pesca, Debbie Kusnirik, Denise Minutli, Dawn Marone, Florence Whited, Cathy Schwab, Lisa Wicykowski, Debbie Commeni.
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Senior Lisa Herrera displays the talents refined in long hours of practice.
Juniors Kathy Schwab and Lisa Wikowski bear the standard in their own
unique way during the Phila. trip.
The Concert Band's rythmn section keeps everyone in step.
Freshman Sue lnnocenzi awaits departure for Phila,
September welcomed the return of the McCorristin High's
Marching Band Unit. Under the direction of Mr. John Ket-
terer, brother of the prior director, the band performed at
pep rallies, football games, and various parades.
The major event of the year's activities occurred in Phila-
delphia with the papal visit of Pope John Paul II. The
excitement grew as the pontiff raised his arms for the band
to commence playing during his brief stop in front of them.
Band Captains for this year include Debra Sabo and Donald
Olla. Corinne Fiorelli ranks as Guard Captain, with Denise
Minutoli and Kathy Schwab as Flag Captains. Marie Mucha
heads Rifles, and Theresa Festa, Cynthia Botteri, and Shar-
on Tozzi lead Pom-Poms.
McCorristin students enjoy the special occasions when the concert band
Fresman Julie Dumouchelle helps Mr. Ketterer with some last minute adjustments before the trip to Phila.
The choir introduces McCorristin students to some rock "oldies" at the The Marching Band is an essential part of every pep rally.
The Marching Unitls Pom Poms represent McCorristin with the same preci- The Concert Band has not played together long, but it already has a
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Father Minogue accepts gifts during the Offertory.
Rodney Hillsman addresses the proud new wearers
of McCorristin rings.
Lisa Tysko assisted the speakers for the ceremony in
preparing their addresses.
Patti Tague looks forward to the activities of senior year.
Junior Ring Day has become a tradition at McCorristin. 1980's graduates
Donna Petrillo loves the sparkling new ring.
Sr. lmelda congratulates Kim Suydam.
REMEMBER RI G
Junior Ring Day, December 7, 1978, falls into our memory
as a day never to be forgotten. The highlights included
breakfast, the assembly of all juniors in the gym for the
traditional mass and the blessing of the rings. The theme,
"The Way We Were . . . The Way We Are", captured the
hopes and dreams of tomorrow and the memories of yes-
terday. The sermon, delivered by Father Monogue, brought
to mind the sentimental value of the rings and what they
represent to each of us. Our individual growth during our
high school years would soon be over and preparation for
the future must begin.
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Sister Catherine crowns Mary Crocker, Homecoming Queen.
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E LIVEN GAME
On November 10, 1979 at halftime during the McCorristin-
Lawrence game, Mary Crocker became the 1979-1980
Homecoming Queen. Along with Mr. Carson, last year's reign-
ing queen, Elizabeth McManimon, crowned Mary. Carl Thom-
as escorted Miss Crocker and Tim Seaman was her driver.
The Queen's Court consisted of the remaining nominees.
These included, Maryanne Bencivengo escorted by Michael
Beckett and driven by Gino Benedettig Gail Dallas escorted by
Ted Willever and driven by Nick Corvineg Lynne Durastanti
escorted by Mark Risoldi and driven by Joe Rizziellog Linda
Kern escorted by Randy Ricardo and driven by Barry Latellag
and Sharon Leili escorted by George Stout and driven by
The classes also took part in the Homecoming Festivities.
Each class selected a theme and constructed a float that
pertained to their theme. The floats were judged at half-time
and the winner was the Senior Class float whose theme was
"The International Year of the Child." The Junior theme was
"Winter Olympics," the Sophomores float theme was "Atlan-
tic City" and the Freshmen's theme was "Disney"
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Marybeth Tattoni hides from the rain on the junior float.
Carl Thomas and Mary Crocker make a pretty picture after her crown
Back Row: Jeffrey Bernard, Lewis Gryziewicz, John Martini, George Stout, Peter Brown, Thomas Fiorelli, John Williams, Mark Risoldi, Edward
Broda, Brenda Procassini, Joseph Potocki, Michael Owens, Timothy Seamen, Thomas Auletta. Middle Row: Kristina Dearden, Diana Dean, Mary
Pugliese, Debbie Kushnirik, Renee Chiavoni, Lisa Tysko, Nancy Kurilla, Terri Festa, Linda Migliaccio, Sharon Higham, Lisa Kelly, Debbie
Peterra, Terri Gill, Denise Tysko, Lisa Schen, Jeffrey Mershon, tina Mostrangeli. Front Row: Patti Tague. Teri Novatkoski, Anthony Tempesta,
Michael Amantia, Glenn Thompson, Andrew Bernard, John Maziarz, David Mcl-lale, Kim Suydam, Patty Tietbohl.
Andrew Bernard, 2nd Vice-president, John Maziarz, Treasurerg Glenn
Thompson, Presidentg Anthony Tempesta, lst Vice-presidentg Michael
The Key Club of McCorristin High School provided another
year of service to the school and the community. Under the
direction of Mr. Tom Mahon and Mrs. Kathryn Wojcik the club
responded to its theme of "Shared Togethernessu.
Members gave generously of their time and energy in a Vol-
leyball Marathon. Proceeds of the event went to Saint Francis
Therapy Center. The Club also entertained senior citizens at
the Mercerville Nursing Home.
Members are looking forward to attending the district conven-
tion to be held April 18. Funds have been raised for this event
by conducting car washes.
On May 9,10, 11, 1979 "Deadwood Dick" or "A
Game of Gold" by Tom Taggart under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Constance Woukoun became the first
play to grace our school stage in over five years.
Song and dance were incorporated into "Dead-
wood Dick" with the aid of Mr. Timothy Ketterer
and the S.A.S. concert Band, choregrapher Nancy
Kurilla and Miss Mary Fitzpatrick who primed sing-
ing actors. Obtaining the status of musical, the
effort attracted many enthusiastic students to par-
Obtaining major roles were Seniors Tom Herrera,
Renee Kardos, Lisa Jaroni, Liz McManimon, and
Joe Tattoni, Juniors Mary Angelini, Pete Brown,
Tony Tempesta and Glen Thompson and sole
Sophomore Eileen Dillon. All action took place on
the one set of Calamity's Saloon designed and
constructed by Joe Tattoni and Drew Demko. The
success of St. Anthony,s "Deadwood Dick" intro-
duces into McCorristin the necessary basis required
for good theatrical tradition in years to follow.
The "Elite Syncocaptions" dance hall girls enliven the saloon with their flashy opening
number in last year's musical "Deadwood Dick."
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Wetting their dusty nippers at the bar, several cowpolk and hero Ned Harris lalias D.D.l played by Peter Brown discuss the kidnapping of Miss
Lily tLiz McManimonl.
Patrons of Calamity's Saloon indulge in the social vices found in this western era.
Sheriff Loveless fGlen Thompsonl reveals the shameful past of Calamity Jane lEileerr The "mysterious lady" Nancy Kurilla dances her way into
Dlllonl to his wife Molly lMary Angelinil. the arms of gentlemen Tim Seaman and Joe Rizziello and
into the hearts of the audience,
Student Council - First Row: Mark Risoldi, Terri Festa, Terri Gill, Linda Migliaccio, Lisa Tysko, Nancy Kurilla, Timothy Seaman.
Second row: Marie Migliaccio, Karen Warner, Mary Beth Tattoni, Kristina Dearden, Edward Broda, Denise Tysko, Alicia Tryba.
Student Council Officers: Lisa Tysko, Vice President, Tim
Seaman, Treas., Nancy Kurilla, Secretary, Linda Migliaccio,
Senior Class Officers: Terri Festa, Secretary, Mark Risoldi,
Pres., Terri Gill, Treas.
Junior Class Officers: Kris Dearden, Secretary, Alicia Tryba,
Treas., Ed Broda, Pres., Denise Tysko, V.P.
Sophomore Class Officers: Karen Warner, Secretary, Marie
Migliaccio, Pres., Mary Beth Tattoni, V.P.
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ACTIVATES SCHOOL YEAR
Throughout the school year, the 1979-80 Student Council works with
the administration and the student body, acting as a liaison between
the two. This transfer of information results in increased student
involvement in various school functions. Student Council receives
ideas directly from the student body, which aids in its plans for many
activities. Among the activities sponsored this year are a Hoagie Sale,
Brown and Gold Days, Christmas Dance, Flower Sales, Sadie Hawkins
Dance, Gong Show and Almost Anything Goes. These activities acti-
vate all the students and reflect the high degree of spirit present with-in
Student Council displays outstanding leadership in the school commu-
nity. Spending countless hours working for the benefit of all, Student
Council proves itself to be a Superior organization. The accomplish-
ment of goals acts as the benefit of membership in the Council. Miss
Lois Yencha, moderator, oversees Student Council and assists in
carrying out its endeavors.
Prince and Princess and their Court: Joe Pelicano, Beth Mrazik, Joe Takach, Donna French, Vince Palmere, Sharon Higham, Maryann
Montervino, Robert Riley, Vicki Muni, Michael Tighe
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Jeff Luther and Kim Gore rest a moment during their exciting even-
Rita Mottola and Bill Koba enjoy their last dance.
On May 18, 1979, the McCorristin High gymnasium was
changed from a sports arena to the medevial setting of "Came-
lot". Under the direction of Miss Mary Fitzpatrich, Junior Class
moderator, and Chairperson Kim Suydam, 112 couples enjoyed
a gala evening of events including buffet dinner and dancing with
music provided by "Take Five". At 10:00 Sharon Higham and
Vincent Palmere were crowned Prince and Princess. Members of
their court included: Maryanne Montervino and Robert Riley,
Victoria Muni and Michael Tighe, Elizabeth Mrazek and Joseph
Pelicano, Donna French and Joseph Tachach. The entire court
then danced to "Always and Forever", and at 11:00 the theme
song "Wishing on a Star" was played. Everyone participated in
this final dance to end this memorable evening.
Diane Migliaccio crowns Prom Princess Sharon Higham. Vinnie Palmere is her esc
Jerome Gilbert, Robin Pagodin, and Vince Palmere enjoy their dinners.
Beth Mrazik and Joe Pelicano wait for the rest of the court to be announced.
The Junior Prom was a great success that has become a very special memory.
Tammy Anthony and Michael Burns are waiting for "theirl' song to be played
Nancy Kurilla and Drew Denko enjoy the music of the band, Take Five.
Natalie Pylipiak and Taros Mykytyn show off their dancing techniques.
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the Prince and Princess.
Cathy Callahan tells Judy Bogacz of the prospects for Prince
Vicki Muni and Michael Tighe, a courtly pair, pose for the
and Princess and
Z Club members wait with those to be sworn in
The Zonta Club is an international service organization
with membership open only to girls and only by invita-
tion. The name Zonta is derived from a Sioux Indian
word meaning honest and trustworthy. Its purposes are
to serve the school and the community, provide career
guidance and encourage leadership in young women,
and promote fellowship and better understnading in the
world. Its motto is Growth through Service. The Club
advisors are Mrs. Clara Stefane and assistants Mrs. Mari-
lyn Ciocian and Mrs. Donna McDonnell.
The induction of new members and the installation of
new officers highlighted the performance of the Z Club
this year. Several members of the Zonta Club of Trenton
were present and spoke at the initiation. Each new mem-
ber lit a candle to symbolize her new involvement in the
club. As a conclusion, the standing members held a party
for the new entrants.
during the candlelighting ceremony.
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mony into Z Club from Zonta Club representative.
A gleaming smile is on the face of Junior Debbie Patera
Club pin from Zonta representative of Trenton.
as she receives the Z
Back Row: Glenn Thompson, George Stout, Andrew Bernard, Thomas Fiorelli, Joseph Potocki, Michael Testa, Thomas Auletta, Edward Broda.
Middle Row: Lisa Tysko, Lisa Kelly, Diane Pege, Barbara Crocker, Cathy McGovern, Terri Festa, Sharon Higham, Mary Pecht, Joanne Bucci,
Vice-president, Lena Riccitiello, Linda Migliaccio, Arlene Pecht, Victoria Jeremias. Bottom Row: Diane Maahsen, Maryann Primerano, Anna
Marie Riccitiello, Nancy Kurilla, Mary Crocker, Secretary f Treasurer, Kate Larkin, Patti Tague, President, Colleen Ryan, Brenda Procassini.
NATIGNAL I-I0 OR SOCIETY
The McCorristin High National Honor Society consists of
the outstanding students exhibiting the qualities of char-
acter, scholarship, leadership, and service. Each year, a
number of juniors and seniors possessing these qualities
are selected to be initiated into the N.H.S. Continued
demostration of these characteristics is necessary to re-
main in the club.
Sister Mary Arlene and Mr. Kevin Sirak, club modera-
tors, direct the N.H.S. members in a variety of activities
during the school year. They assisted at such school
functions as the PTA Fashion Show and the annual
Spaghetti Supper. Union demonstrates the service as-
pect of the club. The annual Christmas show as the
Morris Hall Home for the Aged highlights the club activi-
ties. This show consists of a display of the many talents
of the club members and provides Christmas cheer to
the elderly at the home.
Everyone is happy when Santa Claus tGeorge Stout, senior! arrives. Cathy McGovern's dancing
brings back memories for some
of these senior citizens.
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senior! are the hit of the day.
Nancy Kurilla and her dancers make the most of smalll space for their Balliwicks performance.
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Joe Mucha and Ted Willever apply what they've learned in auto body shop.
Senior Barry Latella is satisfied with his work in General Building Construction.
The personal instruction senior Peg Stephen receives is reflected in the cosmo-
tology skills she has developed.
Senior Ray Serbon's instructor is pleased with Ray's drafting work.
Seniors Jackie Oslen, Chris Slagner, and Claire Source do their best for this unfortunate victim in their Medical Assistance training
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Senior Harry Day demonstrates the skills he'll need for the working
world in his electronics training at VO-Tech.
McCorristin's representation of 81 juniors and seniors, in
Mercer County Vocational-Technical School ranks us third
in the county, with 1770 of our eleventh and twelveth
graders attending either Assunpink or Sypek Centers.
Mr. John Yager, Vocational School Coordinator aids stu-
dents who select their occupational fields from the follow-
ing areas. Auto Body Advanced Business Machines, Com-
mercial Art, Cosmetology, Design Drafting, Distributive
Education, Diesel Mechanics, Electronics, Electral Constrc-
tion, Health Occupations, Medical Assistant, Plumbing and
Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Small Appli-
ance and TV Repair and Welding.
Then students are not attending the Vocational-Technical
Schools they are completing the required courses here at
McCorristin which include the following: Religion, English,
Physical Education and US History II.
Senior Marika Kopocs - Division of Motor Vehicles.
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Senior Anita Lucidi - Department of Public Advocate.
Senior Karen Funari - Dept. of Community Affairs.
Senior Michele Flaherty - Standard Adjustment Industries.
Senior Karen Jannotti - Division of Motor Vehicles.
Senior Anna Falvo - Standard Adjustment Industries.
Senior Alison Boor - Dept. of Labor and Industryk
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Senior Gina Testa - Division of Motor Vehicles.
Senior Linda Witkowski - Division of Motor Vehicles.
The teacher-coordinator, the student and businessman
work together in preparing the student for an office occu-
pation. The Cooperative Office Education program gives
senior students who are majoring in business education an
opportunity to acquire office experience as part of their
high school work by attending school in the morning and
working in the business office in the afternoon. They re-
ceive graduation credit and pay for their part-time employ-
Recopying material for the Talisman are seniors Helen
Seniors Kenneth Mc Coy and Gloria Nelson ponder on
ideas for the Talisman.
for this year's Talisman.
Talisman enters the decade with honors
Talisman, the school's literary magazine, merited "First Place" in
the 1979 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Contest. It dis-
plays the outstanding artistic and writing talents of students from
all grades attending McCorristin. The majority of articles reflect
the ability of members of the Creative Writing Class instructed by
Sister Grace Pierre, Talisman advisor. However, underclassmen
entries may be submitted through their English teachers,
Within the magazine appear several examples of peoms, prose,
short stories and essays along with various sketched designs. All
entries are carefully evaluated by the 14 senior members of the
Creative Writing Class which constitute the staff of the Talisman.
Editor-in-chief and Art Editors Lisa Tysko and Laurel Sagnip
read and ensemble drawings to determine the most worthy to
appear in the 1980 Talisman. Ultimately, the final endeavor af
the Talisman staff is to produce a unified literary work which
links art and writing.
Seniors Lynda Kern and Ronald Greeny discuss their
Lisa Tysko and Lori Sagnip, seniors, provide artwork
Debate Team: Irene Gianopoulas, Tammy Anthony, Miss Georgiou, Moderator, Tracy Warner.
FOR THE FUTURE
The Forensics Club lost some valuable members with the
1979 graduating class. This year Miss Georgiou is con-
centrating on building a strong nucleus for the future.
She plans to build up club membership, form a viable
debate club and gain recognition for McCorristin in the
On March 29, 1980, the Grand Tournament for the
Trenton Diocese will be held. If the team qualifies in this
participation, they will -enter the National Catholic Fo-
rensic League Tournament in Boston, Mass.
Tammy Anthony, the team's president, has a strong
chance for the Nationals. She has worked diligently to
keep the club alive.
Junior members of the Antonian staff carefully examine all aspects of the past issue.
Typists cautiously check for errors in spelling and grammar before
attempting to type the final copy.
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Senior staff members ponder possible headlines for their articles.
Additional sophomore and junior members of the staff decide possible
topics for a future paper.
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Ken McCoy, Editor, Miss Fabian, Advisor, and Jeff Cuiule, Associate
Editor, choose pictures for the upcoming issue of the school paper.
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Editors of the Antonian staff proofread articles and plan the layout of each issue
ANTGNIAN PRGVIDES SCI-IOGL
The Antonian, published bi-monthy, provides the student
body and faculty with news relating to the school and the
Under the direction of Sr. Grace Pierre and Miss Lucine
Fabian, the paper produces six copies per school year.
Kenneth Mc Coy, Editor-in-chief, and Jeffrey Ciuile, Associ-
ate Editor, joined by a staff of six seniors, eleven juniors,
and one sophomore, organize and write material for each
Page editors include Diane Page, Page One Editor, Lynne
Durastanti, Page Two Editor, Lydia Haninczak, Page Three
Editor, Edward Broda, Page Four Editor. These editors
proofread articles, write headlines, and plan the layout.
ln recognition of their efforts, The Antonian staff received
the National Scholastic Press Association Award for the
1979-80 school year.
Yearbook Staff: First row: Tom Auletta, Terri Anthony, Leah Albano, Andrew Bernard, Mark Risoldi, Patti Tague, Kim
Suydam, Cathy Callahan, Judy Bogacz. Second row: Lisa Tysko, Lisa Kelly, Mary Pugliese, Carolyn Russo, Debbie
Paterra, Brenda Procassini, Patty Tiebohl.
Juniors Leah Albano, Terri Anthony, and Mary Pugliese select best
candid shots for layouts of junior section.
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Senior Cathy Callahan and Judy Bogacz type all copy for 1980's year-
book under the direction of Ms. Mc Guigan.
Junior Tom Auletta's writing skills and Lisa Tysko's artwork make
1980's yearbook a success.
The Corristin has undergone major alterations for the new
decade. Ms. McGuigan of the English department became
its new moderator, and changes soon began. The total
number of pages was increased so that extended layout
coverage could be provided for G.A.A., Marching Unit,
Softball, Homecoming, and Cheerleaders. For the first
time, Vo-Tech and the COE Program were given space.
Very special features also introduced were the Junior Prom
and Ring Day of the graduating class.
Layout Editor - Denise Bissonetti, Beth Mrazik, Emma
Sports Editor - John Williams
Copy Editor - Tom Auletta
Art Work - Lisa Tysko
Typists - Judy Bogacz, Cathy Callahan
ANGELINA M. ACQUISTO IJeanettel - St.
Joachim: GAA 1, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3,
Music Festival 1, 2.
ALAN J. ALESSI - St. Anthony: Voc. Tech.
LINDA AMBURG - St. Raphael: GAA 1.
THOMAS W. ANAMA IY.T.l - St. Anthony:
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,.
MARY ELIZABETH ANGELINE - Holy An-
gels: GAA 3, Z Club 2, The Antonian 4,
Music Festival 1, 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Drama
Club 3, 4, Special Award: NEDT 2, Who's
TAMMY ANN ANTHONY - Holy Cross:
GAA 1, 2, 3, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom
Committe 4, Talisman 4, Voc. Tech 3, Spe-
cial Award: Forensics.
WILLIAM W. ANTHONY tBilIl - Holy An-
gels: Football 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
ELLEN BAHM IEII - St. Anthony: GAA 1, 2,
3, Voc, Tech. 3, 4.
MICHAEL F. BECKETT IBeckl - St. Anth-
ony: Prom Committee 4, Golf 1, 2, 4, Cross
Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1.
MARYANNE BENCIVENGO IMarel - St.
Joachim: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee
3, 4, Band 3, Drama Club 3, 4.
GINO J. BENEDETTI IHackl - St. Joachim:
Talisman 3, 4, Key Club 2, Soccer 1, Base-
ball 1, Chorus 4, Track 3, 4, Cross Country
2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Drama Club 4.
ANDREW ROBERT BERNARD IDrewl - St.
Gregory the Great, National Honor Society
3, 4, Corristin 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4 - Vice
President, Soccer 4, Music Festival 1, 2,
Track 2, Special Award: NEDT 2, PSAT 3,
Drama Club 3, 4, Math Meets 2, 3, 4, Who's
LAWRENCE BIESECKER lT.D. Tony Hilll -
St. Joachim: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,
2, 4, Track 3.
DENISE M. BISSONNETTE - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Corristin 4, Music Festival 2.
JUDY BOCCHINI lJudal - Immaculate Con-
ception: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
JUDY C. BOGACZ IBogl - St. Joachim:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, The
Antonian 4, Corristin 4, Music Festival 1, 2.
DIANE BARBARA BOHONKO IDeel - St.
Mary of the Assumption: GAA 1, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball 1, 2.
WESLEY BOLTON lWesl - St. Stanislaus
ALISON THERESA BOOR IAII - St. Stanis-
laus: Music Festival 1, COE 4.
ELIZABETH A. BOTH ILizl - St. Stephen:
GAA 2, 4, Drill Team 3.
CYNTHIA D. BOTTERI ICindyl - St. Rapha-
el: GAA 1, Drill Team 3, 4.
TERRENCE J. BRENNAN ITerryl - St.
Anthony: Football 1.
MARY BRESNEN - St. Anthony: GAA 1, 2,
3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4.
PETER H. BROWN lPetel - Our Lady of
Sorrows: Chorus 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Drama
Club 3, 4,
ROBERT BROZENA, JR. lBobl - St. Stanis-
Iaus: Voc. Tech 3, 4.
JOANNE M. BUCCI lJ.B.l - St. Joachim:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3,
4 - Secretary, Prom Committee 3, 4, Music
Festival 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Special
Award: Who's Who's 3.
CHRISTOPHER M. BUREK lChrisl - St.
BARBARA ANN BURROWS lBonniel -
Holy Cross: GAA 1, 4, Prom Committee 3,
Music Festival 1, Rock Band 1, 2.
LISA ANN BURZACHIELLO - Immaculate
Conception: GAA 1, 3, Cross Country 2,
Voc. Tech. 4.
ANN MARIE CAAUWE lAnnl - Immaculate
Conception: Talisman 4, Chorus 4.
CATHY A. CALLAHAN ILittle Docl - St.
Joachim: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1,
Prom Committee 3, 4, The Antonian 4, Cor-
ristin 4, Music Festival 1, 2.
RUSSELL J. CARR lRussl - Immaculate
BARRY CARTER - Church of the Assump-
JOHN J. CARUSO IL.J.l - St. Joachim
CELESTE A. CHALE - Immaculate Concep-
tion: GAA 1, 2, 3, COE 4.
RENEE CHIAVONI - Holy Angels: GAA 2,
3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4 - Chairman of
prom, Key Club 4.
MICHELE M. CILIENTO IShellstinel - St.
Anthony: GAA 2, 3, 4.
DONNIE P. CORSNER - Immaculate Con-
ception: Voc. Tech. 3, 4, Football 1.
JOHN A. CORTINA - St. Raphael
TERESA M. COSTANTINI ITerryl - St. Ra-
phael: Soccer 4, DE 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4.
LISA A. CREA lLeel - Immaculate Con-
ception: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Voc. Tehc. 4.
MARY E. CROCKER - St. Raphael: GAA 1,
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 -
Vice-President, Z Club 3, 4, Prom Commit-
tee 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2,
Drill Team 3, Special Award Society of Dis-
tinguished American H.S. Students, 3, 4.
MARK S. CSORGO ICsorgl - Immaculate
Conception: Voc. Tech. 3, 4.
GLEN MARTIN JOSEPH CUCINOTTA
lCuchl - St. Raphael: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
RICHARD CUCINOTTA IRichl - St. Rapha-
JEFFREY G. CUIULE Ueffl - St. Anthony:
Student Council, The Antonian 3, 4, Band 1,
2, 3, 4, Special Award: NEDT 2, Music Fes-
tival, Talisman 4.
GAIL L. DALLAS - Immaculate Conception:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 - Gold Team Captain, Prom
Committee 4, Talisman 4.
KATHLEEN ANNE D'ARCY IKathyl - Holy
Angels: GAA 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Drama Club
1, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4.
HARRY T. DAY - St. Anthony: Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Voc. Tech. 3, 4.
PAUL M. DE GREGORY - St. Raphael: Soc-
cer 1, 2, 3, 4.
DEBORAH DEMPSEY IDebbiel - Immacu-
late Conception: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANDREW DEMPSKY - Holy Cross.
MICHAEL A. DERTONY IMikel - St. Anth-
ony: Football 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Music
JOHN DESANCTIS ICheesel - St. Joachim:
JOSEPHINE C. DIMATTIA IJosiel - Im-
MICHAEL DIMATTIA lMickey Romel - St.
Joachim: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2
JANIS M. DI NATALE fJanil - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Prom Committee 4 Music
Festival 1, 2, Ski Club 4, Cheerleading 1,
Drama Club 3, 4.
ROSEMARY DISTEPHANO - Holy Cross:
GAA 1, 3, 4.
LYNNE DURASTANTI ILinl - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 3, The Antonian
3, 4, Talisman 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Cheerlead-
ing 1, Prom Committee 4.
DIANE THERESA ELLIS - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 3, Voc. Tech. 4.
WILLIAM M. ELLIS IBilll - St. Gregory: Na-
tional Honor Society 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANNA MARIE FALVO IAnnal - St. Jo-
achim: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, COE 4.
DONNA M. FARLEY - St. Joachim: GAA 2,
3, 4, COE 4.
ERICKA M. FEKETE - St. Mary's - Ski Club
MARK JUDE FERRANTE - Immaculate
Conception: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Prom Committee 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2,
Special Award: NEDT 2.
THERESA JEAN FESTA ITerril - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, The Antonian
3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Band 3,
4, Special Award 1, Drama Club 3, 4.
DENNIS M. FIGUEROA IDenl - Holy Cross,
Voc. Tech. 4.
CORINNE FIORELLI - St. Raphael: GAA 1,
Prom Committee 3, Key Club 3, 4, Chorus
3, Band 1, 2, Track 1, Basketball 1, 2, Dra-
ma Play 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4 - Guard
MICHELE ANN FLAHERTY - St. Anthony:
Student Council 3, Prom Committee 3, COE
4, DE 3, Music Festival 1.
ROBERT J. FLEMING, JR. IBobl - St. Ra-
phael: Ski Club 3, 4, Basketball 1.
DONNA FRENCH - St. Raphael: GAA 1, 2,
3, 4 - Brown Team Captain, Prom Commit-
tee 3, 4, Track 2, Future Secretaries of
America 3, Music Festival 1.
KAREN A. FUNARI - St. Anthony: GAA 2,
Band 3, 4, COE 4.
PATRICIA GABAUER - Holy Cross: GAA
1, 2, 3, 4, Voc. Tech. 4.
TIMOTHY M. GARDTHAUSEN - St. Anth-
ony: Voc. Tech. 3.
MARYANN GIANCOLA - Immaculate Con-
ception: GAA 1, Voc-Tech 3, 4.
JEROME GILBERT IGill - St. Anthony:
Football 4, Baseball 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
THERESA MARIE GILL ITerryl - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3,
Class Treasurer 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Corristin 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Special
Award: Who's Who 3.
VICTORIA GIOVANNINI Wickil - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 3, Music Festival 1, 2.
KIMBERLY ANN GORE lKiml - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3,
Prom Committee 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Basket-
ball 1, 3, 4.
ROBERT J. GRECO lBobl - St. Anthony:
Student Council 1, Forensics 4, Prom Com-
mittee 4, The Antonian 3, 4, Key Club 1, 2
3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Music Festival 1,
Track 4, Special Award: Who's Who 4, NJ
Jr. Science Symposium 3, TSC Summer Sci-
ence Research 2.
RONALD GREENY lGren'tl - St. Anthony:
Talisman 4, Football 1, Ski Club 2, Voc-
LYDIA MARTHA HANINCZAK lLidl - St.
Jasaphat's Ukrainian Church: GAA 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, 3, 4, Forensics 3, 4, Prom
Committee 3, 4, The Antonian 3, 4, Corris-
tin 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Ski Club 3, Track
1, 2, 3, 4, Special Award: Who's Who 4.
LISA A. HERRERA - St. Anthony: GAA 1,
Forensics 2, Music Festival 1, Band 4, Spe-
cial Award: Latin 1, Marching Band 2.
KATHLEEN L. HIBBS lKathyl - St. Rapha-
el: GAA 2, Music Festival 1, 2.
SHARON ANN HIGHAM lSharl - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Z Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Corristin 4, Key Club 3, 4, Music Festival 1,
2, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4.
RODNEY ERIC HILLSMAN - St. Vincent
De Paul: Student Council 2, 3, Prom Com-
mittee 3, Drama Club 2, 4, School Mascot 3,
Jr. Ring Day Coordinator 3.
LISA IRENE HOLOWCZAK lLeel - St. Jo-
saphats Ukrainian Catholic: GAA 1, 3, Music
Festival 1, 2.
JOSEPH P. HORAN II IJPI - Immaculate
DAVID J. HVISDOCK lVizl - St. Anthony:
Football 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4,
ROBERTA JABLONSKI - St. Stanislaus:
GAA 3, Prom Committee 3.
KAREN LEE JANNOTTI - St. Anthony:
TIMOTHY JOSEPH JOHNSON - lDisco
Kidl - Grant Chapel A, M.E.: Music Festival
BRENDA A. JORDAN - Immaculate Con-
ception: GAA 1, 2, Music Festival 2.
JOSEPH F. KALUZNY IJoel - Holy Angels:
COE 4, DE 4.
LYNDA L. KERN lLynnl - St. Mary of Bor-
dentown: GAA 1, 2, National Honor Society
2, 3, 4, Forensics 1, Z Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom
Committee 3, 4, The Antonian 3, 4, Corris-
tin 4, Talisman 4, Drill Team 3, Track 1, 2,
Special Award: NEDT 2, PSAT 3, Who's
JEFFREY F. KLEIN lBertl - St. Anthony:
Key Club 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4,
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3.
KEITH KLEMMER - Holy Angels: Baseball
1, 2, 3, Music Festival 1, 2.
JOHN M. KOBA lKobeI - St. Mary's As-
sumption: Football 1, Soccer 3, 4, Baseball
MARIKA K. KOPOCS lRical - Hungarian
Reformed: COE 4.
JOSEPH KORCHICK lJoel - St. Joachim
NANCY JEAN KURILLA lNancel - St.
Anthony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1,
Class Secretary 3, Student Council Secre-
tary 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Z
Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Key
Club 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Speical
Award: NEDT 2, Who's Who 3, German
Award 3, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Math Meets 4.
CHARLENE ANN KURST lCharl - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 4, Music Festival 2, Band 2,
Voc-Tech 3, 4.
RAYMOND KUSHNIR lKushl - Holy Trin-
ity: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Key
Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Track 2, 3, Cross
Country 3, Special Award: VSMA Invita-
tional Academic Workshop 3, NEDT 2,
Boys State 3, PSAT 3, Who's Who 3, Math
Meets 2, 3, 4.
DONALD KUTCH - St. Mary's Assumption:
Track 1, 2, 3.
KATHERINE A. LARKIN lKatel - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society
2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, The Antonian
3, 4, Soccer Captain 4, Softball 1, 2, Music
Festival 1, 2, Track 3, 4, Cross Country 1,
2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Special- Award:
NEDDT 2, Who's Who 3.
BARRY LATELLA lBarl - St. Anthony:
Baseball 1, Voc-Tech 3, 4,
PATRICIA B. LECAIN lTrishal - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 3, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Cho-
rus 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching
Band 3, 4, Pep Band 1.
NICHOLAS LECH lNickl - St. Mary's of the
Assumption: Band 3, 4, DE 4.
SHARON B. LEILI - Holy Angels: GAA 1, 2,
3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Z Club 3, Prom
Committee 3, 4, Key Club 4, Football - Sta-
tistition 1, Baseball Statistition 1, Music Fes-
tival 1, 2, Track 2, Basketball-Statistition 2,
3, 4, Drama Club 3.
JEFFREY LIVOLSI lLittle Feetl - Immacu-
ANITA L. LUCIDI - St. Mary of Borden-
town: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Z Club 3, COE 4.
JEFFERY W. LUTHER lJeffl Prom Commit-
tee 3, Key Club 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1.
DIANE LYNN MAAHSEN - St. Raphael:
GAA 1, 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Z
Club 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Special
Award: Mercer County Essay Award 2.
LOUIS C. MARAZZO JR. lLouiel - Immacu-
late Conception: Voc-Tech 3, 4.
JOHN A. MARGICIN - St. Raphael: Voc-
Tech 3, 4.
SHARON E. MARUE lSharl - Holy Angels:
Softball 1, 2, 4, Basketball - CYO 1, 2, 3, 4,
FRANCESCA MARIE MARRAZZO lFranl -
PATRICIA LYNN MARSILIO lPattiel - St.
Anthony: GAA 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3,
4, Music Festival 1.
DAVID WILLIAM MARTIN
KENNETH M. MCCOY lKenI - St. Anthony:
Student Council 1, 2, The Antonian 3, 4,
Talisman 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival
1, 2, Special Award: Latin Award 1, Phila-
delphia Classical Society.
EDWARD THADDEUS MCGINLEY IV lEdl
- St. Raphael: Student Council Senior Class
Vice-president 4, Prom Committee 4, Cor-
ristin 4, Key Club 3, 4, Music Festival 2,
Chorus 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3,
Special Award: NEDT, Math Award 2, Dra-
ma Club 3, 4, Math Meets 2, 3, 4, Chess
Club 3, President 4, Special Award: Society
of Distinguished American High School Stu-
KATHLEEN M. MCGOVERN - St. Raphael:
GAA 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Z
Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Special
Award: Society of Distinguished American
High School Students.
DAVID J. MCHALE lMacl - Holy Angels:
Prom Committee 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Soc-
cer 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Drama
Club 3, 4.
BARBARA ANN MICHON lBarbiel - St.
Anthony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee
3, 4, Corristin 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Special
Award: Who's Who.
LINDA MIGLIACCIO lMigl - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Vice-
president 3, Student Council President 4,
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Z Club 2, 3,
4, Corristin 4, Key Club 3, 4, Cheerleading
2, 3, Special Award: NEDT Award 2, Who's
Who 3, Drama Club 3, 4.
BRIAN MOCERI - Immaculate Conception:
MARYANNE MONTERVINO - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 23, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Cheerleading 2, Voc-Tech 3, 4.
DONNA MONROE - Friendship Baptist
Church: GAA 1, 4, Softball 2, French Club
2, Pep Club 2, Choir 2, Black Culture Club
JOHN MORREALE - St. Stanislaus: Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAY A. MOSES lHavenl - Brothers of Israel:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4.
RITA J. MOTTOLA lReel - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3.
ELIZABETH ANN MRAZIK lBethl - St. Ra-
phael: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4,
Forensics 4, Prom Committee 4, Corristin 4,
Music Festival 2.
JOSEPH MUCHA lMuchl - St. Anthony.
VICTORIA LYNN MUNI lVickiI - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, The Antonian 3, 4, Music
Festival 1, Drill Team 3.
ROSE MARIE NANGLE lRoel - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 4, Voc-Tech 3, 4.
BRUCE A. NELSON - Voc-Tech 4, DE 4.
GLORIA ELIZABETH NELSON lGlorl - St.
Anthony: GAA 3, Talisman 4, Softball 3.
MARY ELLEN NOWACKI lMarl - Immacu-
late Conception: GAA 1.
SANDRA C. NORTON lMouthl - Wesley
Methodist: GAA 2, 3, Music Festival 2, Voc-
Tech 3, 4.
DONALD DONTE OLLA lDonl - St. Anth-
ony: Prom Committee 4, Key Club 3, 4,
Football 2, 3, Music Festival 1, 2, Band 1, 2,
JACQUELINE OLSEN lJackil - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 2, Cheerleading 1, Voc-Tech 1.
NINA G. ONYSZCZUK - St. Josaphat's
Ukrainian Catholic Church: GAA 1, Softball
CARLO ORSINI lCarll - St. Joachim: Stu-
dent Council 1.
MICHAEL JOHN OWENS lO'sl - St. Rapha-
el: Football 1, Music Festival 1, 2, Golf 1, 2,
VINCENT N. PALMERE lVinl - St. Anth-
ony: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Special Award: Varsity Letterman Award 3,
BRIAN JOSEPH PATTERSON lMartyl - St.
Mary's: Music Festival 1, 2.
JOSEPH P. PELICANO lJoel - St. Raphael:
Student Council 2, Key Club 3, 4.
JOAN MARIE PELLEGRINO - St. Joachim:
Z Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, DE 3.
ROBERT JOHN PELLIGRINO - St. Greg-
MICHAEL A. PETRECCA - St. Anthony:
Music Festival 1.
TAMALA JANE PETRILLA lTamil - S.S.
Peter and Paul: GAA 1, 2, Talisman 4.
DONNA LYNN PETRILLO - St. Raphael:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Z Club 3,
4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Music Festival 1,
KEVIN JOHN PHELAN lKenl - St. Anth-
KAREN LYNN PLATT - St. Raphael: GAA
1, 2, 3, Z Club 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Music Festival 1, 2.
JOHN J. POTOCKI - St. Anthony: The An-
tonian 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4.
JOSEPH V. POTOCKI lDocl - Holy Cross:
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4,
Special Award: NEDT 2, Who's Who's and
Boy's State 3.
MARYANN PRIMERANO - Immaculate
Conception: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Z Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical Festival 1, 2.
FRANK A. PUGLIESE - St. Anthony
NATALIE PYLYPIAK KNatl - St. Josaphat:
GAA 2, Band 3, Track 1, DE 3, 4.
DOUGLAS C. RALPH lDougl - St. Peter
EMILY REYES lEmilyl - St. Anthony
RICHARD RANDALL RICARDO lRandyl -
St. James: Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
ANNAMARIA RICCITIELLO lAnnal - St.
Jaochim: GAA 4, National Honor Society 2,
3, 4, Z Club 2, 3, 4 - President, Special
Award: Latin Award 1, Math Award 2,
Who's Who's 3, Girl's State 3.
MARK RISOLDI lRizl - St. Anthony: Student
Council 1, 4, Prom Committee 4, Corristin
4, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Special
Award: Who's Who's 4.
JOSEPH RIZZIELLO lVishl - Immaculate
Conception: School Play, Music Festival 1,
NESTOR L. RODRIGUEZ - St. Anthony:
JOSEPH C. ROGERS KRojl - St. Anthony:
Baseball Scorekeeper 2, 3, Chorus 4, Drama
CAROLYN MARIE RUSSO - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Music Festival 1, 2, Cheerleading 1, Band 4,
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
CATHERINE LYNNE RUSSO lCathyl - St.
Anthony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 1.
ROSE M. RUSSO lRol - St. Joachim: GAA
1, 2, 3, 4.
SUSAN RUSSO fSuel - St. Anthony: GAA 2,
4, Music Festival 1, 2.
COLLEEN MARIE RYAN - St. Gregory the
Great: National Honor Society 4, Track 2,
Chemistry Club 3, Beta Club 4, C.L.I.C.K.
Club 3 fChrist Living in Christian Kidsl.
DEBRA ANN SABO ldebbiel - St. Stephan:
GAA 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
LAUREL ANN SAGNIP - St. Fransis
Church: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2,
3, 4, Chorus 2, 3
MARIA SANDOR lRil - St. Mary's Borden-
town: GAA 2, Voc. Tech. 2, 3.
SANDRA SAVAGE lSandyl - St, Mary's
Bordentown: Ski Club 2.
TIMOTHY SEAMAN lTimmy Stiffl - Im-
maculate Conception: Student Council 4,
Key Club 4, Football 2, Track 1, 2, Drama
Club 3, 4, Special Award: Who's Who's 4.
RAYMOND M. SERBEN lRayl - St. Mary's
of the Assumption: Track 2, 3, Cross Coun-
try 2, 3, 4, Voc. Tech. 3, 4.
PATRICK K. SHEPPARD lKevl - St. Anth-
ony: Key Club 1, Football 1, Music Festival
PATRICIA SIKINGER lPattyl - St. Anthony:
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
VINCENT P. SIRACUSA lVincel - St. Jo-
achim: Music Festival 1, 2.
JAMES SMIEGOCKI lSmiel - Holy Cross:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONNA MARIE SNIADACH lSnipperl - St.
Stanislaus: GAA 1, 4.
CAROL SOLARSKI - St. Mary's: Music Fes-
CLAIRE MARIE SORCE - St. Stanislaus:
GAA 1, 2, 3, Voc. Tech 4.
EMMA SPERA - St. Joachim: GAA 1, 3, 4,
Corristin 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Almost Any-
thing Goes 3.
SHERI ANNE SPRYN - St. Raphael: GAA
1, 2, 3, Z Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
Music Festival 1, 2.
MARK W. STEARLE - St. Anthony: Soccer
1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Voc. Tech. 3.
MARGARET ALICSON STEPHAN fPeggyl
- Immaculate Conception: GAA 1, Voc.
Tech. 3, 4,
JOHN T. STEVENSON lStef stepl - Holy
Angels: DE 3.
LISA STORCELLA lStorkyl - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 - Gold Team Captain.
GEORGE H. STOUT, JR. - St. Anthony:
National Honor Society 2, Music Festival 2,
Chorus 1, Special Award 1.
HELEN STOUT - St. Anthony: GAA 1, 2, 3,
4, Prom Committee 3, 4,
KIM J. SUYDAM lCyl - St. Anthony: GAA
1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Z Club
2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3 - Chairperson, 4,
Key Club 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Track 2,
Drama Club 4.
KAREN ANN SWEENY - St. Raphael: GAA
1, Band 3, 4.
THERESA M. SWEM lTerryl - St. Anthony:
GAA 2, 3, 4, Softball 3.
PATRICIA LYNN TAGUE lPattil - St.
Mary's Bordentown: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Nation-
al Honor Society 2, 3, 4 - President, Z Club
2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Corristin 4,
Key Club 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, Special
Award: Math Award 1, 3, NEDT Award 2,
Who's Who's 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Math
Meets 3, 4.
JOSEPH A. TAKACH lJoel - St. Joachim:
Music Festival 1.
ANTHONY ROBERT TEMPESTA lTonyl -
Immaculate Conception: Key Club 3, 4, Spe-
cial Award: NEDT 2, Drama Club 3, 4,
Chess Club 3.
BETH ANNE TERESZCZYN lBethl - Holy
Cross: Soccer 1, Softball 1, 2, Music Festival
1, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
GINA TESTA IGI - Immaculate Conception:
GAA 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 4, Music
Festival 1, COE 4.
MICHAEL JOACHIM TESTA lMikel - St.
Joachim: National Honor' Society 2, 3, 4,
Forensics 1, Music Festival 1, 2, Track 1, 2,
Band 3, Special Award: Nedt 2, Who's
GLENN M. THOMPSON lSkippyl - St. Ra-
phael: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Prom
Committee 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4 - Presi-
dent, Music Festival 1, 2, Ski Club 2, Chorus
4, Band 1, 2, Track 2, Special Award:
NEDT 2, Philia. Classical Society Award 1,
Who's Who's 3, Society of Distinguished
Amer. Students 3, Boy's State Delegate 3.
PATRICIA A. TIETBOHL lPattil - St. Ra-
phael: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3,
4, Corristin 4, Key Club 4, Music Festival 1,
2, Cheerleading 1, 3, 4, Special Award:
NEDT 2, Excellence in Spanish 3, Who's
Who's 3, 4, Society of Distinguished Amer.
Students 3, 4.
MICHAEL A. TIGHE - St. Gregory the
Great: Special Award 2.
KENNETH TOZZI lTozl - St. Raphael: Soc-
cer 1, 2, 3, 4 - Captain, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Music Festival 1, 2, Basbetball 1, Chess Club
MARCIA TURANO - St. Anthony
JOHN TYKARSKY - St. Anthony: Soccer 1,
2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
LISA TYSKO lL.T.l - Holy Angels: GAA 1,
2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Z Club 2, 3, 4 -
Secretary, Prom Committee 3, 4, Corristin
4, Key Club 3, 4, Softball 1, Music Festival
1, 2, Track 2, Special Award NEDT 2,
Who's Who's and Girls Delegate 3, Drama
Club 3, 4, Math Meets 3.
KENNETH A. UNVERZAGT tUmbil - St.
Anthony: Key Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, Voc. Tech 3, 4,
LISA LORRAINE VACCARO - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, Softball 1, 2,
Music Festival 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
ROSALIE VANNOZZI - St Joachim:
JOSEPH P. VITTORINO lJoel -I St. Anth-
ony: Voc. Tech. 3.
CHRISTINE WAGNER tChris I - St. Anth-
ony: GAA 1, 2, Cheerlading 1, Voc. Tech 4.
THEODORE WILLEVER - Holy Angels:
Voc. Tech. 3, 4, COE 4.
JOHN P. WILLIAMS lJ.W.l - St. Anthony:
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee
3, 4, Corristin 4, Key Club 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1.
LINDA MARIE WITKOWSKI - St. Stanis-
laus: COE 4
LAWRENCE T. WOOD lSnarll - St. Rapha-
el: Prom Committee 3, 4, Key Club 3, DE 3.
HELEN CLAIRE WUENSCH - St. Anthony:
GAA 1, 2, The Antonian 3, 4, Talisman 4,
Special Award 2.
JOHN C. ZIELGER lZiggy, Zigl - St. Anth-
DONALD IGNATIUS ANTHONY ZIE-
LINSKI lDutl - St. Gregory: Voc. Tech. 3, 4.
JOHN B. ZOLLER lJackl - Holy ,Trinityz DE
LISA A. ZOTTA - St. Joachim: GAA 1.
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