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ST. PETER’S PREP

PROCIDLY PRESENTS

P E T R E A N

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Visitors to St. Peter’s Prep frequently comment that the school possesses an undeniably unique quality, something which sets us apart from most other institutions. You can sense it as you walk down the halls, sit in on classes, or participate in one of our extra-curricular activities. Although central to the identity

of the school, this quality is rath­ er hard to identify. Is it the aca­ demics? While Prep surely has a rigorous program of study and exceptional teachers, so too do many other preparatory schools. Is it the sports? Prep excels on the field in nearly every form of competition, but this success is not the center of our universe. Is

it the people whom we attract, both students and faculty? Though the quality of the per­ sonnel is undeniable, the idea that we are in some way inher­ ently superior to others is both unsubstantiated and dangerous. Maybe it is necessary to step back and take a different approach, to try to find those poi­

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gnant scenes which- best epito­ mize the Prep “ spirit.” Herein lies the answer to our question. When you think of the school, what pictures come to mind friends helping each other through tough times; team­ mates congratulating not only the one who scored the touchdown, but also the guy who

threw the block; a teacher stay­ ing after school to be both a tu­ tor and a friend; a student taking what he has learned in the class­ room one step further - serving others in the real world. Looking at these examples and others, you can begin to realize just what it is that sets us apart. We are all individuals, each with per­

THAT BIND

sonal goals and beliefs, yet we are in some way drawn together. Certain ideals serve as bridges between us, and consequently give us both purpose and identi­ ty. These are what set us part; these are what make St. Peter’s more than a school; these are what give us a sense of purpose; these are . . .

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“A person whom one knows” . . . It is the first day of your fresh­ man orientation; you sit alone as just one of the hoards who have flocked to the school. Looking around, the impressions of your classmates are first fbrged. Like a sponge you start soaking up eveiything that you can about your new environment. By the end of the first day, you know a few of your classmates’ names; by the end of

the first week you can recognize most of the people in the room. Yet there is still no real contact, no desire for interaction with them nor yearning for knowledge about them. You are aware that they are there, but still not sure of what their presence means to you. There is no ill will between you and the others, but rather a lack of feeling - a void where a sense of caring will ultimately lie. Let there be no mis­

take, this condition is not restrict­ ed to freshmen. Many times an upperclassman will walk into a room and not even be able to name the people he sees, let alone have any relationship with them worth mentioning. While there are clearly preferable alternatives, this stage is the building block upon which the other bonds lay. This is the most basic of all the ties, that of the A CQUAINTANCE.


“A habitual associate” . . . Their collective efforts have Gradually the blanket character­ been focused sharply on a goal izations and impressions of your with which they can identify; classmates begin to dissipate, whereas before there w as no uni­ and in their place appears a type fied force bringing them togeth­ of group mentality. No longer is er, now there is both a driving your mind filled with pictures of passion for success and a direc­ blank faces; instead you find dis­ tion in which to channel that de­ tinct groups, all with distinct sire. In the classroom, learning members, and, more important­ is now paramount, drawing all ly, all with distinct purposes. the individuals together for the They have identifiable reasons common good. The oneness on for being together, be they learn­ the field is even more obvious ing the quadratic formula or in soccer, basketball, or base­ “ moving the runner to second.” ball, the members of a team jell

to form a well oiled machine whose collective energy is har­ nessed for the benefit of the team. Thus, those who belong to this category are still not con­ cerned with the importance of their colleagues as individuals; rather they see them only as tools through which they can achieve community goals. This is the second tie - that of com­ mitment to a group, not an indi­ vidual - that of M ATES.


“A person attached to another by feelings o f affection or personal re­ gard ” . . . Most of the students at St. Peter’s would consider the majority of the people in their year to be classmates, but there is yet another relationship to be named. This requires a switching of priori­ ties from those previously men­ tioned; no longer are the collective goals of the group necessarily the same as those of its members; instead each person is concerned with the quality, needs, and char­ acter of the individual. A person’s

worth is now judged not only by what he can contribute to the group effort, but also by what it is that makes him unique. If mates can be epitomized by two people, standing side by side, staring off into the distance at a goal on the horizon, then friends can be por­ trayed as the same two persons, each looking squarely into the face of the other, striving past the su­ perficial labels and searching for something more significant. In the first situation the relationship was one of convenience, but in the sec­

ond the attention of each is consolated and focused on the other’s iportance as a person. True friendships are few and far be­ tween, things to be coveted and cherished, nurtured through the years. At Prep, we have more than our fair share of them, and conse­ quently both the students and the community benefit. This is the tie of individual devotion, rather than team effort - the tie between FRIENDS.

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“A group o f related things or people” . . . A recurring theme during the school year is the im­ age of St. Peter’s as one large family, a great interlocking com­ munity in which the individual cares about his friends, and is in return the object of thein con­ cern. This has been referred to as our greatest achievement the fact that we have here a kind of utopia where the feelings and needs of others really do matter, and where people pull together

on a day to day basis, not only when there is a crisis to face. Rarely does one find such a sense of oneness, of caring, of dependency. The energies of the school are dedicated to fostering this idea of a universal identity, and the manifestations of this collective effort can be found ev­ erywhere ■ the entire student body coming together when a loved one passes away; people showing up on a rainy Sunday morning to help cheer the fresh­

man football team to victory; friends soul searching and con­ sequently growing even closer through the Erhmaus retreat program. Whereas the bond of friendship joins two people, fam­ ily incorporates the entire stu­ dent body. It brings about a one­ ness of spirit and cause, consoli­ dating our strengths and dissi­ pating our weaknesses. This is the tie of community and inter­ dependence - the tie of FAMILY.


“A fellow Christian" . . . Until this point we have concerned our­ selves only with relationships within the school, yet if we were to stop here we would forgo some of the basic principles of this institu­ tion. St. Peter’s Prep exists not only to further the causes of its students, but rather, through them, to further the cause of hu­ m anity. W e look beyond the boundaries of our campus and into the rest of the world, making the struggle for equality, peace, and

justice our mission. While others sit around and talk about making the world a better place, we go forth and strive to make it a reality; whether by volunteering to fix din­ ner at a Hoboken soup kitchen, serving others through the Chris­ tian Service Program, or traveling to Appalachia in order to help the residents raise both their standard of living and self esteem, the mem­ bers of the Prep community try to meet the call of being “men for others.” We are not satisfied with

insuring our own well being; instead we feel compelled to use our gifts and talents for the benefit of all. The purpose of Prep is to fur­ ther Christian ideals and morals; the manifestation of this goal is our desire to embody brotherhood. Thus we attempt to take the values which were instilled in us by the school and use them for the good of society. This is the last tie - that of dedication not to the self, but the race - that of BROTHERS.

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DEDICATION

the Prep community can be defined as a group of “ men for others,” then the man to whom this year’s book is dedicated is in turn the epitome of that community.” Through his unselfish actions he enriches our family, providing guidance to the weary and a foundation upon which we can build our future success. In the realm of academics, he helps shape the minds of tomorrow, unleashing unknown potential and introducing young people to the ideas which shape their world. In both sports and extra­ curricular activities, he provides the leadership necessary in order to produce winning results, yet he also fosters a sense of personal responsibility and stresses self-reliance for all those with whom he comes in contact. He has dedicated his life to servinq his fellow man. and never hesitates to go out of his way for others. The spirit of God lives in him, but that is not where it staysinstead he uses its energy for the common good, spreading the message of Jesus Christ and helping to make His goal a reality. After attending Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx, this Regents Scholar studied at Fordham University, earning a S gree ln mathematics in 1974- Later that year he entered the Jesuits and from 1976 to 1978 he continued his education at Fordham, this time studying philosophy. He first came to Prep in 1978, teaching mathematics until 1981. Returning in 1985, he has been here ever since, becoming one of the driving forces of the school. He has studied theology; worked in Sacred Heart Parish in Massachusetts, serving as a Youth minister and coordinator of the Religious Education Program; spent a summer doing work with the Catholic missions of Caroline and Marshall Islands; and been the summer retreat director of the St. Ignatius Retreat House in Manhasset, New York. On June 9, 1984 he was ordained a priest, and currently serves both as math instructor and assistant to the Chaplain. However it can be said that his greatest work is his role in the Emmaus program. Through these retreat weekends, countless Prep students gain a deeper understanding both of themselves and the presence of God in their lives, a fact which can be attributed in large part to his dedication and determination. We indeed owe this man much, clearly more than we can express in words; we can only hope that in some way this is a small step in the right direction. For his interest and concern, we thank him; for his toughness and dedication, we respect him; for his caring and devotion, we love him; and for all it is that he does, both that which is acknowledged and that which goes unnoticed we, the Class of 1990, dedicate this year’s Petrean to a brother and a friend, Fr. Fred Pellegrini. 14


ADMINISTRATION

Rev. Edward Salmon, S.J. President

Mrs. Joan Fitzgibbons President’s Office

Rev. Thomas F. Denny, S.J. Principal

Mrs. Helen Argyelan, Mrs. Dolores Russell Principal’s Office


ADMINISTRATION

Mr. Patrick Reidy Assistant to Principal

Mrs. Elizabeth Dandorph Attendance Office

Mr. Jam es Collins Dean of Students

Bro. Joseph Griffin, S.J. Attendance Office


OFFICES

ABOVE: Development Office; Director, Mr. Thomas Mulligan, Assistant Director, Ms. Ann Finholt

ABOVE. Treasurer s Office Mrs. 1. Prilop, Mrs. C. Ross

Rev- Charles Dolan, S.J. Vice-Pres. For Alumni Relations

ABOVE: Rev, Stephen Meany, S.J. Treasurer

ABOVE: Development Office; Rev. Francis Hami„ Asst. Dir. of Alumni Rela­ tions

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Office of Public Information Ms. R. Picone, Mr. J. Horan, Dir.


GUIDANCE AND COLLEGE PLACEMENT

\bove: Mrs. Eileen Dooian; Top Right: Rev. Raymond Balduf, S.J.; Middle Left: Left to Right: Mr. David Settembre, Ms. Kathleen Rown. Rev. John E. Browning, S.J.; Middle Right: Left to Right; Mr. lames Dondero, Ms. Lori Snyder, Rev. Raymond Balduf, S.J.; Botom Left: Left to Right; Mr. James Dondero, Rev. Raymond Balduf, S.J.

Dear Class of 1990, It has been a pleasure working with you for the last two years. A s you leave St. Peter’ s, take the best that we offer with you, ensuring an easier road ahead. Until we meet again on those street corners of the world — good luck, happiness, and remember to stop back and say “ Hi” ! Mr. Jim Dondero Thank you for sharing so much of yourselves with all of us here at Prep these past four years. We will miss you. I wish you great success in ail you do. May all your dreams come true as you serve the Lord boldly and joyously. God bless you always. Rev. John E. Browning, S.J.

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LANGUAGES

LEFT: Sitting 1. to r.: Mr. Lance Silvestris Rev. Edward Ooian, S.J., Rev. Harold Op pido, S.J.; Standing I to r.: Mr. Leonard Fordellone, Ms. Susan Baber. Rev. Anthonyi Aracich, S.J.; BELOW: 1. to r.; Rev. Robert: Cregan, S.J., Rev. Raymond Sweitzer, Mr James De Angelo

To the Class o f 1990, There are many arts; two o f these great arts are “ teaching” and “ learning” . A teacher transfers accumulated knowledge to students. During these four years together at St. Peter’ s we have shared many ideas; our vision has broadened in many areas -— areas that were unknown to you prior to your entering these great walls at Grand and Warren. You certainly understood the accomplishments o f the ''‘Renaissance” people. Today, together, we are successfully trying to continue our great accomplishments — it all translates into “ man for others.” The word “ Prudence” has been carefully observed — it was for us the greatest ability to use our reason successfully. A s you leave the Prep, we hope that you continue the great wisdom and to give it to others. Be the model o f justice and wisdom. Mr. Leonard A . Fordellone ABOVE: Ms. Ana Garcia 22


ENGLISH

Above; “ How do?”

Above sitting 1 to r; Mr. J. Massarelli, Mr. W. Koszyk, Mr. John Irvine, Dr. Richard Kennedy; Standing 1 to r: Mr. Jack Casey, Rev. R. Cregan, S.J., Ms. K. Pellegrino, Mr. Jack Campion

Above: ‘‘You should’ve read the Book!” Above: New co-ed on campus

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TURN BACK THE CLOCK TEN YEARS MCMLXXX ■ A new era in the progress o f mankind. Where were the members o f the Prep community then? Most o f the students were only children, not yet concerned about events beyond our personal experience. We lived in a carefree world, however som e o f the major events o f that era still remain in our memories: the beginning o f a new age in space with the launch­ ing o f the shuttle, “ Columbia"; Ronald Reagan entering office. However, what about the non-students among us - our teachers and counselors? These people today play a major role in our lives; through their example, we are influenced in many ways. From the class­ room to extra-curricular activities we grow to become the end product o f a Jesuit education • “ A Man for Others.” Our exper­ ience with them has been something that we shall never forget.

Where were they when we were little children ten years ago Some had already begun their careers. They were somewhf set in where they were going and what they were going to d Som e others were just entering the world professionally S t' some others were in the process o f shaping their lives; they wei in school, as we are now, still finding their vocations. I Mr. Massarelli was graduating from Prep . . . Fr. Azzarto wd in Africa . . . Mr. Dandorph was at the zoo . . . Mr. Settembii was a crayon . . Mr, Irvine was a Prep Freshman . . . Jack wjj in college, eating an eg g . . . Ms. Baber was being inducted ini the National Honor Society . . . Mrs. Dandorph was married I Mr. Dandorph . . Mr. Kendall was in college . . . Ms. Larr] bee???


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SCIENCE

C B,OVm E: VRobert 'L ' Zawistowski Th° mas KendaH’ Mr- Gregory B° y 'e' Ms. Ailish Mullen, Mr. D. Merrick, Ms. Adeie LeCalvez pv th ™ rv r S.J., Mr. teLaivez, Kev. RThomas O Connor,

To the Class o f 1990, I began here at Prep with you. We spent a week at Camp together and we had a really good time. You guys made me feel at home. I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one o f you for first being your­ self. Good bye. Good luck, and God bless you all! Mr. z

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May your pursuit of selfinterest be grounded in Christ and spelled out in terms of service to others. May • you enjoy your lives! Jim Bischoff

Sitting left to right; Mr. Carl DeLorenzo, Ms. Kathleen Costantini, Mr. Charles Links. Standing left to right; Mr. Charles Gilley, Rev. Arthur Bender, S.J., Mr. James Bischoff.


MATH

Above: Sitting; Mr. Robert Me Guinness, Mr. Jack O ’Donnell; Standing; Rev. Fred Pellegrini, S.J., Mr. Thomas Connolly

Above: Sitting; Mr. Patrick Reidy, Mr. Ken Dandorph: Standing: I to r.: Ms. Ailish Mullen, Ms. Beatrice Wysocki, Ms. Adrianne Wozniak

To the Class o f 1990, St. Paul writes, Glory be to God whose power working in us can do infinitely more than we can ever ask or imagine." our four years have been a clear sign o f God’s power and presence, God’s life and love. Your achievements and spirit are your gift and legacy to Prep. For this we too can give glory to God. God has done so much in you, and it has been a privilege and gift o f God to me to have seen this and shared it with you. Thank you for your friendship, your care, your work, your faith. You have taught me far more than I have taught you. you have made me a better Jesuit priest. You have taught Prep and made Prep better. I pray that you continue to discover all that God can do in you and share His life with others. Much peace and love. Fred Pellegrini, S.J. 28


RELIGION

>ove: Bottom row; Left to Right: Rev. Anthony Azzarto. S.J., Mr. Patrick Donohue; ip row; Left to Right; Ms. Julie Miller, Deacon John O’Neill. S.J., Mr. Jorge :cerra.

Dear Class of 1990: Congratulations! and blessings for the fu­ ture. Four years ago I returned from my min­ istry in Benin City, Nigeria. West Africa. Your class was my first class as I also began my four years in 1986. In a real way I have grown with you. I feel you have a great spirit as a year and you should be proud of your­ selves. Prep is better because o f you. In the movie. FIELD OF DREAMS, there is the constant refrain, “ If you build it. He will come.” In the movie. Shoeless Joe Jackson would come — for you it is the Lord and His Presence. A s you leave Prep, continue to “ build” — to make the World better, more at peace, more aware o f our oneness as broth­ ers and sisters .. . build a world of truth and honesty — a world where you take the risk to love and to challenge. The movie reminds us “ Go the Distance.” That is my prayer for you: Go the distance in loving -™ in generos­ ity, in sacrifice so that others might live. Hopefully five years from now at our reunion in 1995 we will have made a difference. There is an old African Proverb which says: “ It is the fingers that let go but the heart that gives” You have been a Class o f Heart and Spirit. May you continue to give your heart away to others, may you always enjoy the Heart of God’s Love. Go the Distance! Congratula­ tions. Tony Azzarto, S.J.- TA Z

Left: Ms. Patricia O’Grady. Above: Mr. Sean Boyan. Right: Mr. Patrick Donohue. 29


STUDENT SERVICES

Above left to right: Mr. John OHinger, Mr. Leonard Fordellone, Rev. Erwin Beck, S.J., Library

Above: Ms. Carol Larrabee, Nurse.

Above: Mrs. Ethel Wynn.

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Above: Rev. James Foley, S.J.

Above: Mr. Robert Sayer, Music & Band Dir.


SERVICES

Above: Mr. Richard Hansen, Athletic Dir., Head Football Coach

Above: Mr. Christopher Lanzalotto, Physical Education.

Above: Mr. Anthony Crisalla, Physical Education, Asst, to the Dean of Student.

Above: Mr. David Cole, Director of Computer Ser足 vices.


SERVICES

Clockwise From Above: Mr. John Hammer, Special Pro­ jects Coordinator; Evening Maitenance Staff; Left to right, Mr. A1 Alvarado, Bro. Ralph Gilia, Mr. Kenneth Dandorph, Bottom Bro. Paul Harrison S.J.; “ Pepsi and Twix, please” ;


S T U D E N T C O U N C IL An essential part o f the Prep communi­ ty is the Student Council, to which the students entrust both their rights as indi­ viduals and hopes for a just and fair insti­ tution. Moderated by Mr. Tom Conolly, the council exists to act as a liason be­ tween the student body and the adminis-

tration o f St. Peter’s. The council is direct­ ed by an executive committee made up of the top vote getters o f junior and senior year, and is divided into three divisions: student service, student life, and public relations. The council played a crucial role in many of the special occasions at Prep,

ABOVE: (top row - left to right) L. Franco, M. Gomez, L. Hart. M. Egan. P. Romero. J. Barnes, P. Mergus, B. Carrillo, R. Gaddi, D. Eisenbach, T. Santiago, E. Andres, R. Khan, M. Munoz, G. Madrid, J. O’Donnell, J.

and was instrumental in events such L the Walkathon and student exchangji Led by council president Dave Eisenbadi the student council was a forum w h c L Prepsters could both air their compIairj| about the school and their suggestions flj making it a better place.

Lim. (bottom row • left to right) B. Dwyer. V. Dhindhwal, L. Viney. DeCeglie, R. DeGennaro. D. Jackman, J. Coyle, R. Macalintal. ]

ABOVE: The executive committee: (top row - left to right) E. Andres. D. Eisenl bach, B. Hoffman; (bottom row ■ left to right) R. Gaddi, R. Khan, M. Gomez, f

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A newcomer to the Prep scene this year, the Big Brother Program has proven to be a huge success. Running as if it has been here all alone, the program mobi­ lized the talents of many of the upper­ classmen in order to cushion the blow which many freshmen feel, adapting to their new learning environment. The brain-child o f Ms. Lori Snyder, the Big

Brother Program consisted of a thirteen member executive board, each member of whom presided over ten other upperclass­ men. These upperclassmen, in return, were each responsible for two o f the in­ coming freshmen: they contacted their “ little brothers” over the summer and met with them w eekly during the first part of the school year. In addition to helping

MIDDLE LEFT - FIRST ROW (left to right): M. Greely: R. Cirminello: D. Monisera; J. Dargen. SECOND ROW (left to right): M. Luperspeck; R. Carr: P. Romero: A. Bryant; P. Mergus. THIRD ROW (left to right: Moderator Ms. Lori Snyder; K. Nippes; P. Bonavota; T. Schroeder: L. Franco.

the student council with freshmen orienti tion, the big brothers were responsible fo| submitting progress reports on theij meetings with their brothers and on an! problems they might be encountering. Fol the first time in recent memory, freshmei have been given a resource from whid they can draw vital information regarding their new environment.


MISSION DRIVE COMMITTEE Perhaps the Prep activity which best sions in their work; and 3) the aiding of axemplifies the school’s ideals o f service, the missions both financially and spiri­ Ibrotherhood, and Christian unity is the tually. in order to secure these goals, the Mission Drive Committee. Moderated by committee members coordinated “ Mis­ Mr. Jack Raslowsky, the committee con­ sion speakers,” hung “ Mission facts,” centrates its efforts in three areas: 1) the tallied and recorded the daily collections from the homerooms, and organized 'aising of the community’s awareness of che work done by the Jesuit missions; 2) countless other events, such as the FaculShe realization that we all, as Christians, i ty-senior basketball game or N C A A Tour­ ire bound to support and assist the misnament pool. For the third year in a row,

TOP (left to right): Richard Guttierez, Jose Mayo, and Moderator Jack Raslowsky. BOTTOM ROW (left to right): Erwin Andres, Ken Nippes, and Joe DiFoglio.

the Mission Drive was run by the tandem of Joe DiFoglio and Ken Nippes, two up­ start little missionaries with a proven track record o f success. Cinder their lead­ ership, the Mission Drive Committee once again helped to convey this thought “ Some give by going, others go by giv­ ing.”

“ One for me, one for you.”

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Whether one is in the stands at a Prep football game, or just walking the halls of Mulry, Burke, or Hogan, the work of the Prep Spirit Committee is obvious. Moder­ ated by Fr. Fred Pellegrini and led by sen­ ior Peter Bonavota, these diligent stu­ dents are entrusted with the maintenance o f one o f the school’s most cherished vir­ tues - its pride. In order to insure that their mission is completed, committee mem­

bers design buttons, hang fliers, and put up banners all aimed at unleashing the Marauder in all of us. Yet the most obvi­ ous manifestations of this activity’s work are the seasonal Pep Rallies. (Jsed as a springboard for each new season, the ral­ lies are a place where the talent o f the teams and the spirit of the school can gel to form a near-unstoppable force. One new practice o f the group this year was

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the naming of the “ Marauder Maniac o|j the Week.” This honor was bestowed upon the athlete whose outstanding coim tribution in that week’s competition] played a decisive role in leading hid school to success. Based on the promise^ that we are a family rather than just anl other school, the Spirit Committee simply] challenges the student body to take card o f its fair share.

M. Gorney, W. Martin, T. Santiago, S. Ghali, E. Andres, C.J. Bogus- J zewski.

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DANCE COMMITTEE

A crowd gathers at the front door of ?rep (the ratio of girls to guys is 3:1). A s :he crowd waits for the doors to open, several Prepsters can be seen in the winlows above, surveying the crowd. Who ire these men, locked inside an empty milding, moving tables, chairs and lights vhile their friends assemble for a social ivent? They are the dedicated members

o f the Prep Dance Committee, the Fresh­ men, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who are responsible for transforming the cafeteria into a dance floor. They are the men who sacrifice their Friday nights for the good o f the others’ coats. They are the heroes who collect the aluminum cans, which are strewn about the dance floor. They are the men without whom there

would be no Prep dances. Inspired by moderator Mr. Dondero, this year, in addi­ tion to their other duties the committee spent many hours decorating the cafete­ ria with streamers, balloons and other seasonal adornments. They provided an invaluable service which was greatly ap­ preciated by the Prep community, but sel­ dom articulated.

jper Left (left to right): K. Moy, A. Ordonez, Moderator Mr. Jim Dondero, L. Ayala, J. Barnes. Upper Right: le “ Hans and Franz” of the Dance Committee. Above: Junior-Senior members.

Above: Frosh-Soph members. Right: “ 1 wonder how much hot air these two have?”


C O M M U N I T Y S E R V IC E S Aside from academic studies, athletics, student government and other extra-curriculars, there are numerous community service activities in which students are encouraged to participate: The Christian Service Projects, which are required of every junior, are overseen by co-moderators Ms. Julie Miller and Mr. Jorge Be­ cerra. Their dedication to the program helps to fulfill the main objective o f a Je-

suit institution which is to create “ Menfor-Others.” Among this year’s major so­ cietal contributions were paper recycling, participating in an overseas international peace camp, and tutoring preschoolers with the Salvation Army. Am ong the most popular of projects this year was the Youth Service Opportunities Project (Y S O P ), an intensive weekend long “ work camp,” set in Manhattan, which

gave students the opportunity to work with the homeless and unfortunate among us. The HAP program which “ HAPpens” every summer, was once again a big suc­ cess. Under the direction of Fr. John Browning S.J., Prep students became teachers to grammar school students en­ tering 8th grade who live in Jersey City and are St. Peter’s Prep prospects.

(IPPER RIGHT; Mr. Becerra and Ms. Miller, moderators of the Christian Service Program. ABOVE; Junior Peter Vacca at the Lutheran Home in Jersey City, for his Christian Service Project.

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M EM F O R O T H E R S The Prep tutors gave up 6 weeks of teir already short summer vacation to ijlunteer in the program, but the sacrifice as a worthwhile one. It’s all part o f be­ aming a “ Man-for-Others.” The Eucharistic Ministers were also a art of the network o f those doing comtunity service. This group o f seniors was jlected by the Chaplain, Fr. Tony Azirto S.J., to administer the Holy Eucha­

rist at Mass. Their services were called upon at Emmaus Homecomings and Masses throughout the academic year. The Special Ministers of the Eucharist were often found “ hanging-out” with Fr. Tony. The Hoboken Shelter, which is formally known as the Bishop Joseph Mahurter Shelter for the Homeless and is located at 300 Bloomfield St. in Hoboken is a place

for serious community service activity. Prepsters volunteer their time on either a Tuesday or Thursday night setting the dining area, serving the food, and clean­ ing up. The whole process takes about three hours. Most volunteers would agree that working at the Hoboken Shelter was a fulfilling experience which abets their development and heightens their aware­ ness of the world around them.

FAR LEFT; The entrance to the Hoboken Homeless Shelter. LEFT; Leandro Lolo recycles for the Chris­ tian Service. ABOVE; Fr. Azzarto - founder of “ Sox and Sandwiches." ABOVE RIGHT; Eucharistic Minis­ ters for 1989-1990.

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U N D ER C LA SSM EN RETREATS Am ong the highlights o f the Prep ex­ perience are the underclassman retreats, which provide students with an opportuni­ ty to find God in their lives and become closer to their classmates. These one day retreats are run through the chaplain’s

office with the help of upperclassmen. They are usually conducted at either the Loyala House of Retreat, St. Mary’s Ab­ bey, or Covent Station. Here we began a spiritual journey aided by group discus­ sions, meditations.and a film. After lunch,

TOP LEFT; Fr. Pellegrini consults with the Freshmen on their Re­ treat Day. BELOW; “ Look, here it comes!” - “ I’ll get it!”

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the groups engaged in an afternoon oj football. A t days’ end the groups reassembled for Mass in order to thank God for thr day, and to reflect on the new friend^ which have been made


N A T IO N A L H O N O R S O C IE T Y The National Honor Society is a select group o f Prep seniors who have shown a sense of leadership and have demonstrat;d academic excellence during their pre­ vious three years at St. Peter’s. Led by moderator Pat Donohue, the society took

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a more active role in the school this year. Among the goals o f the NHS were the organization o f an underclassmen tutoring program, the running o f a college trip to Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., and the assisting with numerous Prep

functions, such as Academic Clinic, Open House, and Career Day. The members of the NHS have been both honored for their past accomplishments and challenged to live to their full potential.

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ABOVE (sitting left to right): J. Narvaez, R. Carr, S. Fojas. (standing left to right): S. Boguszewski, M. Zielenewski, B. Hoffman, L. Trasande, J. Norton.

ABOVE (sitting left to right): J. Adelung, R. Hamilton, A. Shahzad, H. Rashid, J. Buno, G. Geron. Second Row (left to right): G. Lusch, J. Cartano, D. Margaritonda, P. Romero, T. Hawkes, D. Eisenbach, S. Hennis, A. Samlall, E. Andres. Thrid Row (left to right): K. Grieshaber, K. Nippes, L. Redondo, B. Christman, S. Bijelic, J. Strangeway. Forth Row (left to right): P. Bonavota, S. Ghali, J. Lim, J. DeCeglie.


F O R E N S IC S While one can point to recent soccer, football, and track championships as signs of Prep success, the varsity team which has been most prolific in winning awards and trouncing opponents over the past few years is that o f Forensics. The team members are known for both their natural talent and their unparelled dedica-

tion to their sport: in fact the number of hours they spend practicing in the halls o f Hogan in the evenings is paralelled only by that of the staff o f this book. Moderat­ ed by Mr. James DeAngelo, the Forensics Team is a member o f the National Catho­ lic Forensics League; in addition to par­ ticipating in league events, the team at­

KNEELING: J. Balcer, R. Prendergast, F. Gutierrez, M. Lee, G. Geron, R. Bruno. FIRST ROW: left to right: H. Hernandez, G. Crocomo, C. Noriega, J. Petreca, D. Leontaris, S. Patel, S. McDonald, C. Greeley. SECOND ROW: left to right: J. Bay, M. Faller, R. Ryan, D. Boland, T. Saavas, M. Savage. THIRD ROW: left to right; E. Blanco, P. Giblin, Moderator Mr. DeAngelo, A. Reyes.

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tends a number of invitational tourna-j ments including the Harvard University! Invitational Forensics Competition in| Cambridge, Massachusetts. From Lincoln-Douglas debate to dramatic interpre­ tation of literature, almost anyone can find something to satisfy their interests on the Forensics Team.


ABOVE: left to right; KNEELING; C. Balcer, B. Pawlowski, J. Buno, D. Luipersbeck, E. Black. SECOND ROW; left to right. C. Myers, A. Mahdavi, T. Hoetzl, D. Murphy, R. Gray, M. Luiperspeck, R. Prendergast, B. Kloza, A. Galan, T. Santiago, D. Eisenbach, L. Trasande. THIRD ROW; left to right; S. Akeredolu, F. Gutierrez, G. Geron, J. DeAngelo, N. Chiaravalloti, J. Buno.


BAND Be it at a football game, spring concert, or fall musical, the Prep band is a quintes­ sential element o f each event. Moderated by Mr. Robert Sayer, the band brings to­ gether those students who have but two things in common: a love o f music and a desire to learn more about its nature and creation. While as in years past the band could be found practicing before school.

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this year has seen major changes in where it can be located. No longer was the third floor of Mulry the place to hear great mu­ sic in the morning; instead one must take a stroll down to the former T.V. Studio and, while browsing through the campus shop, listen to pieces of classical and jazz being perfected across the hall. Mr. Sayer stressed not only the playing of certain

pieces, but also the toning of one’s skill and increasing o f one’s knowledge abo| music. Through their dedication and d| sire, the band members are continual! improving their ability, a fact to whid anyone who hears them regularly can tel tify.


Jazz Ensemble Music is one o f the basic elements in man’ s life. A t St. Peter’s, the Prep Band is one example of a musical factor. Howev­ er, among the members of the band there are some with above-average talents — with the right touch. Mr. Robert Sayer has taken it upon himself to find these indivi­ duals and collect them into the fine-tuned offspring of the Band, known as the Jazz Ensemble. Formerly known as the Stage Band, the

ABOVE: Moderator Mr. Robert Sayer.

Jazz Ensemble performed at many school activities, including library lunchtime con­ certs and open houses throughout the year. The Ensemble was also available to perform for hire at special occasions, the proceeds from which were deposited in the Prep Band Fund. In terms o f competition, the Ensemble was active for much of the year. Some o f the contests in which they participated were the Hudson County Teen Arts Festi­

val, the Manhattan Skylne Festival, and the Tri-State Jazz Competition. Deeply rooted in the jazz tradition, the members of the Ensemble attended a class on jazz history and improvisation three times a cycle, receiving full credit for this course. With improvisation being the core of the Ensemble’s music, these talented young musicians dazzled the stu­ dent body with their jazz interpretations.

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“ G u y s A n d D o lls ” Anyone entering the cafeteria after ing for the December production. Per­ school from September through De­ fecting the choreography o f the dances cember was sure to see the cast and and the timing o f the dialogue took crew o f “ Guys and Dolls” rehearsing. hard work and dedication. The time Under the direction o f Mr. Jack Campi­ spent was reflected in the stellar per­ on, Ms. Julie Miller and band director formance of Frank Loesser’s classic Mr. Rob Sayer, the Thespians reenact­ showtunes, including “ Luck be a ed the love story o f two gamblers and Lady” and “ A Bushel and a Peck.” their improbable mates. The months of With the fabulous combination of Tom hard work culminated in performances Hoetzl’s fingers and the actors’ and ac­ on December 15, 16, and 17, in the tresses’ voices, the music echoed har­ Prep cafeteria. moniously through the cafeteria. Many long hours were spent preparThe final product was so good and

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appeared to be so easily executed that the audience tends to forget the de­ manding work o f performing such a show. Each step and every note was part of a planned sequence which was practiced diligently for months. The scene changes were executed so quick­ ly that the play flowed, uninterrupted; Even the monstrous phone booth was handled professionally. The production had eight male lead parts, three female leads and a male and female chorus.


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A Day In The L i f e ............. During the course o f the school year, numerous events occurred which merit recognition. While not earthshattering events, they nevertheless broke the mon­ otony and helped to keep Prep a vibrant place. They range from dances to guest speakers to student exchanges. Som e o f these activities encouraged spiritual growth, such as masses, orga­ nized by Fr. Azzarto. Some were schoolwide liturgies, which took place in the gym for special occasions, while others were more intimate liturgies, celebrated on First Fridays, Holy Days or during reli­ gion classes. Emmaus retreats also

helped to foster the spiritual growth o f a large segment o f the student population. Other events which took place helped to make students more aware of the world which they inhabit. Freshman orientation introduced the newcomers to Prep, mak­ ing them feel welcom e and helping them to become acquainted with the school’ s rules and regulations. Students were also made aware o f the problems facing the Jesuit Missionaries through guest speak­ ers during the mission drive. There were also several other speakers from whom Prep students were given the opportunity to learn. Hector DeViila

spoke (from personal experience) about the harsh reality and consequences of drinking and driving, while Chris Godfrey, ex-tackle for the Giants, spoke about abortion and the Right to Life movement. Events which encouraged social growth for students also took place. Dances and rallies provided students with the opportunity to share in the fun, and show school spirit. There were also trips to foreign countries which provided students with an awareness of other cultures. Through these daily occurrances the men of Prep became well-rounded individuals.

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Not every activity which a Prep student undertakes has such high purposes as feeding the world or publishing a book for posterity, for some clubs exist for the sim­ ple pleasure and enjoyment o f their mem­ bers; they give students a forum and an opportunity to practice their favorite pas­ times. Moderated by Mr. Links, the Prep Chess Club exists for both the casual be­ ginner and the serious competitor. Mem­ bers were often seen afternoons in the

library, vinyl boards in tote, crafting to perfection the strategic fine points neces­ sary for expert status. In addition to these weekly gatherings, the club also compet­ ed in tournaments and competitions, the highlight being an overnight trip to Som­ erset. Standing in sharp contrast to the logi­ cal precision and methodical execution of the Chess Club is the free-wheeling spirit and boundless creativity of the Art Club. Moderated by Mr. Bischoff, the Art Club

tried to bring out all of the budding taler] which otherwise may never have beel tapped. Exhibition of work was a majc target o f the club’s attention, as was sdj vice to the school, since the Art CIul members provided the banners for thl school liturgies. Another group of artists belong to thl Photography Club. Moderated by Dr. Kerl nedy, the club gave students an opportif mty to experiment with different photol graphic methods, compare notes on theij

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iiwn personal picture experiences, and iliscuss some o f the newest advance­ ments in the field of image reproduction, photography Club members took to heart [he ideal that a picture is worth a thou­ sand words. I The Collector’ s Club, moderated by Mr. bllinger, is perhaps the m ost diverse in jsie school. By their very nature, members re passionate about whatever it is that hey collect, yet the fact that almost any iollection is an acceptable premise for

H o b b ie s club admission means that meetings were true melting pots for the entire Prep Com­ munity. These occasions brought togeth­ er experts in their respective fields, who find both joy and benefit when occasional­ ly two interests intersect. _ Role Playing Games club served to give members an opportunity to organize “ campaigns” and transport themselves to a world o f fantasy, where dragons still roam and one lone warrior can still change the course o f a kingdom. These

individuals should be admired for their ability to leave the cares of the world be­ hind and at least for a while escape into their own little utopias. While the more serious activities re­ ceived the most notoriety, these activities en tertained num erous you n g men throughout the year.

Clockwise from upper left: You shouldn’t have made that move; Quick, make a move before time runs out; The brave piece is moved into enemy territory; The Chess Club.


Think of stage crew and immediately dramatics come to mind. In reality, how­ ever, there are numerous activities in which the stage crew takes an anony­ mous role, by aiding in preparation. This year, these men gratuitously gave their valuable time in the late afternoon and evening to produce the backdrops for

Stage Crew everything from the fore-mentioned dra­ matic society to the modeling club. The 1989-1990 crew functioned under the leadership of talented young production managers, Frank Ashe and Gene Willi, with moderator Mr. Ken Dandorph. With their help in the production o f “ Guys and

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ABOVE LEFT: Jean Willi, Mr. Ken Dandorph, Frank Ashe. ABOVE: Trust me I know what I’m doing; RIGHT: I think I can, I think I can, 1 think ... ; LEFT: Johnny Lim - backdrop extrordinalre.

Dolls,” the Crew proved themselves capable of going above and beyond the call of duty. Their help caused not only the plays but also many other activties to be huge successes. The ability o f the crew to work together and complete the job while under pressure was a valuable asset to the en-

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T.V. Studio The twentieth century has brought a new era in communication to mankind: television. The Prep community has rec­ ognized the importance o f this remark­ able breakthrough in technology, the re­ sult being the T.V. Studio. Located in the dungeon of Burke Hall, the T.V. Studio headquarters served as a melting pot for students interested in journalism, enter-

tainment, and more. Mr. Patrick Reidy took the 1989-1990 moderator position for the second time consecutively, the outcome o f which was a successful sea­ son for the club. Executive members Eric Cook, Steve Dudzinski, and Dennis Duarte were the inspiration behind the Studio’s first year “ Training Sessions.” These consisted o f lessons in equipment

training for novice members. Subsequent to these exercises in television communi­ cations, the club engaged itself in several projects, the most popular being the tap­ ing of Dramatics presentations. The stu­ dio also undertook a new experiment by developing a News Program, very similar to a “ Video Yearbook.”

Executive Members: Dennis Duarte, Steve Duzinski, Eric Cook. John Diaz at the camera.

Hunter! Stand behind the camera this time!

First Row: left to right: J.D. Lumanog. H. Figueras, S. Rashid, C. Balcer. Second Row: A. Bondarowicz, S. Langon, J. Diaz, Mr. P. Reidy. Third Row: C. Cariaga, S. Dudzinski. H. Rashid, M. Lui. Fourth Row, H. Chaudry, I. Guerra, E. Cook, D. Duarte.


Computer Club Technology is merely defined as the ad­ vancement o f man through the applica­ tion o f science. The latest addition to this field is a single one; one familiar tc all — computers. Because of the sharp increase of computer usage in business, many em­ ployers now require computer literacy as a prerequisite for potential employees.

Thus, a sound computer background is needed by all. The primary function o f the Prep computer club is to introduce stu­ dents to the field o f computers and to fortify the advanced students’ already gained knowledge. Moderated by Mr. Thomas Kendall, the club was headquar­ tered in the Links Computer center on the

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third floor of Hogan Hall. Open every day, the club’s facilities were available for use by members and non members. The facility was widely used for typing papers, toying with programs and playing games. Enrollment in the club is constantly increasing as computers become more and more common in our daily lives.

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One of the school s most popular activi* ties, the Science Club, is in fact a collec­ tive term used to describe several unique activities in the school. These include the Aeronautics Club, the Outdoors Club, and the Future Physicians Club. Another sub­ group was responsible for producing “ De Rebus Scientificis,” the organization’ s

Science Club newsletter distributed around the school as both a source o f scientific information and particular details about upcoming club events. In addition, members were welcome to participate in a variety of field trips, ranging from white water rafting to observing the space shuttle launch in Florida. Moderated by Mr. Greg Boyle, sci­

ence Club members composed one of the most diverse groups in the school, bring­ ing together people from all sectors of Prep with only one force behind themundeniable curiosity about and love for the world around them.

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Above: Craig Aumack observing the birth of a Pathmark bag. Counterclockwise: Mr. Greg Boyle, Science Club moderator: “ Hey Mr. Boyle, where did you get this one?” ; “ I’ll take this one.” Don’t ask us.

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Noncompetitive athletics While Prep prides itself on the success of its competitive athletics program, there is a large segment of the student body for which this is not the only outlet for physical energy; in­ stead, they turn to activities in which the final outcome is not as important as the fun they have participating. These are noncompetitive athletic activities, and Prep students have a wide selection from which to choose.

By far the most popular activity for the part-time athlete was the intramurals pro­ gram. Organized by Mr. Massarelli, intramu­ rals pitted different teams from the same year against each other; in a departure from the past, this year’s teams were chosen by the students, in contrast to the previous practice of organization by homeroom. While it is true that there were losers in these competitions,

and that they were eventually eliminated, tn jj games clearly had the air of comraderie rathi f than confrontation. For the lover of the outdoors, there was t n i Ski Club. With one of the largest enrollment! of any school activity, this club offered c il| kids a chance to breath a little country air anr| test their abilities on the slopes.

First row left to right: Cap. J. Asuncion, D. Greczlow, J. McAuley, J. Lumanog, M. Kim, R. Shahzad. Second row left to right: J. lim, M. Lecowich, A. DiMaya, B. Neiy, E. Lawlor. Thi to right: J. Mayo, J. Ramos, A. DiMaya, M. O’Gorman. Karate Club.


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j There were several trips this year — includ­ ing one to Canada during winter break — providing plenty of opportunities for students jo promote their Olympic possibilities, j Another type of outdoors activity, although ji bit more for the warm-blooded, is the Voljeyball Club. This group of beach bums seemed to worry more about whether the surf Lras in than what the score was. Moderated by

Mr. Sean Boyan, the members could be seen playing outside the English Building in good weather, and in bad weather, they could be found playing in the gym, where, despite the dire lack o f sand, they were still able to have a great time. The newest member in this category is the Karate Club, which burst onto the Prep scene this year. This was actually a resurrection of

a previous Prep activity, which, although inac­ tive for some years, had been missed by Prep students. Practices took place early on Satur­ day mornings and the club spent much of the year organizing and laying the ground work for next year’s members, assuring that the activity is here to stay.

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Our ever-changing world If a member o f the class of 1986 were to return to Prep for a visit, he would prob­ ably be very surprised by much of what he would see. A s we, the class o f 1990, finish our four years at Prep, we realize that many changes have taken place since September of 1986. We have greeted twenty-one faculty and bid adieu to twen­ ty-four. Possibly the most notable fare­ well went to the late Brother Wuss S.J., for he inspired all (especially the Slavic) with his constant words o f encourage­ ment and made every student feel imme­ diately welcome. In addition to personnel

changes we have witnessed a total change of administration. When we ar­ rived, Fr. Bender was the President, Fr. Kuntz was the Principal. Fr. Lundy was the Assistant Principal for Academic A f­ fairs, and Mr. Dandorph was the Assis­ tant Principal for Student Affairs. A s we depart, Fr. Salmon is the President, Fr. Denny is the Principal, Mr. Reidy is the Assistant to the Principal, and Mr. Collins is the Dean of Students. Between Fr. Lundy’s and Mr. Reidy’s tenures. Doctor Pellicano was the Assistant Principal for Academ ic Affairs. We have even had two

Athletic Directors during our stay- Coach Belloti and Coach Hansen. We have also witnessed major changes in the realm of academics. The grading system was changed in 1988 from a 4.0 scale to a 100 point scale and our report cards were also redesigned. Scheduling was modified so that what was once a set block schedule is now a rotating schedule with an additional class period each day. This change promoted the development of elective courses and reduced conflicts in student course selections.

Clockw ise From Top Left: Fr. Wolack, Mr. Claudio M. Brugaleta SJ, Exchange Place, Mr. Della Fave, Mr. Howard, Mr. Toohey, Mr. Yozzi, Fr. Stump SJ.


We have witnessed many first during our four years here. The St. Dom’s Ex­ change, in which the schools swap stu­ dent council members, began our Fresh­ man year. Also, Prep Day, when “ the world is our classroom ” started that year. Finally, this year was the first time the walk-a-thon was run by students; they took over for the retired Mr. Robert Mulvihill. On July 4, 1989, the Academ y Deli, the popular lunch spot for the Prep students caught fire and never re-opened. Luckily,

the New Downtown Pizzeria, Prep’s newest “ legal” eating establishment picked up the slack. To assuage the loss of the deli, seniors were given the privi­ lege of going off campus for lunch. Other significant changes in the neighborhood around Prep include the rebuilding of the PATH station and the demolition of the Colgate buildings. Structurally, the Prep facilities have witnessed ongoing changes between 1986 and 1990. The lobby paint was stripped from the walls and the floor was changed, the gym foyer was remod­

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eled, the music room was moved from the third floor to the basement in Mulry Hall, and the weight room was also refur­ bished. The Links Computer Center was re vamped to provide for the latest in com­ puter technology; this enabled the school to distribute the old Apples throughout the various departments. As we enter the ’90s, with all the changes yet to take place, who knows . . . when we return for a visit in ten years, we too may be sur­ prised by the differences we see.


Special

There are those Prep activities which do not fit into any mold. Each serves a very specific slice o f the population, cater足 ing to the unique interests o f the student body. They are speciality clubs, and their members are among the most loyal that the school has to offer. Moderated by Mr. Ollinger, both the Guitar Club and the Rock and Roll Club

served the musical interests of the Prep students, without the structured practices of the Band or Jazz Ensemble. Meeting after school in the library, members ex足 changed information about their favorite groups or latest concert escapades. The more experienced musicians or fans shared their knowledge and experience with the newer members.

Now fully recuperated from its contro足 versial origins, the Modeling Club was a | smashing success in 1990. Moderated byll Mr. Jim Dondero, the activity gave stu-1] dents with an eye for fashion and a flair I for style an opportunity to showcase their | talents. Regular practices climaxed with a I student run fashion show held in the cafe-H teria which included girls from neighbor-H

A b ove: Mr. O llinger, Guitar and Library Club Moderator, Right: Library Club m embers. First row, left to right: J. Martin, B. M ercado, G. Vitale, R. Dacey. Second Row, left to right: E. Stroud, F. Schiavone, R. Legnosky, J. Crowe, and J. Smith.

A b ove: Ryan Dacey. Left: M odeling Club members. First Row, left to right: K. Moy. J. Mateo. Second row, left to right: Jj Maetre, A. Iglesias, J. Berenzy, and J Luna.


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ing schools. Also moderated by Mr. Ollinger, the Li­ brary Club spent its time insuring the up­ keep and expansion of library services. Members unselfishly gave o f their own time and effort so that the entire student body may reap the benefits of their work of preservation, organization, and plan­ ning. With the emergence this year o f the

library as a place for true scholars, the club clearly deserves the thanks of all those who made use of its well-kept re­ sources. Under the guidance of Mr. Reidy, mem­ bers of the Math Team matched their wits against some of the brightest young minds in the country. The real work of the club was the preparing for and to compare

their abilities with those of students in competing schools. The Math Team, de­ spite its relative obscurity in the Prep Community, helped to foster in certain talented individuals the skills necessary to survive in an ever competitive world.

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Ethnic Clubs

Ab ove left to right: Irish Club: M. Egan, T. Connolly.

A b ove left to right: Ebony Club: J. Barnes, D. Gaines, J. Reed.

A b ove left to right: Italian Club: C. DeCandia, Fr. A . Aracich, S.J., B, Barulich, G. Lamantea.

A b ove left to right: Latin Am erican Society: P. Rom ero, A. DeArmas.

A b ove left to right: Oriental Club: S. Fojas, A . DiMaya, J. R am os, C. A b ove left to right: Slavic Club: J. Aslanian. Mr. Bob ZawisCanaga. towski. C. K etovic.


Paper & Pen

It has long been a privilege to be a letterman at Prep, but the school’s true “ men o f letters” are the members of the literary magazine, the Paper and Pen. Combining short stories, poems, artwork and an occasional essay of nonfiction, the publication served as a creative outlet for

those writers who were frustrated with the straitlaced assignments o f the P etroc or the repetition o f copy writing for the Petrean. Moderated by Mr. Silvestris, the Paper and Pen is a bi-yearly publication of two dozen plus pages produced by a small but dedicated staff. Like the Petroc, the

Paper and Pen explored the world of desk­ top publishing this year, thus taking more responsibility in production of the maga­ zine and learning more about the printing industry.

Above: Pen and Paper — Paper and Pen - I didn’t know they let dyslexics on the staff. Below: What could 1 write about the kid on the other side o f the page?

Above: First row: A . Mahdavi, M. Rusignuolo, M. Albanese. Second row: R. Aditya, J. Bay, C. Sm ith, D. Rosciszew ski, Mr. L. Silvestris. Third row: E. Alfaro, J. Coyle. Below: Y ou ’re supposed to write with your hand, not your mouth. Left: The kid on the other side o f the page is really going to be shocked when he sees this.

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Keiroc Among the publications o f Prep, The Petroc held a special place. It was perhaps also the most criticized. After serious complications involving one of the issues, Moderator Sean Boyan decided the time was ripe for change. Shaking the foundations of the newspaper, a complete turn-around came for the periodical. Aside from reporting events pertain­ ing to Prep, the Paper opened its scope to include controversial topics as abortion, for example. Fol­ lowing the lead of post-terrae-motus appointed Editor-in-Chief Charles Boguszewski, The Petroc

experimented with a variety o f new ideas, including a cartoon section. Assistant Edi­ tor Mohammed Ibrahim was also a key influence in novel projects. Aside from his regular duties, Sports Editor Michael Luipersbeck also received the opportunity to make his views public in a column simply entitled “ Luipersbeck’s Corner.” Another personage of importance included Layout Editor, Mark Bauzon. Aside from one incident entitled “ Where’s Irvine?” by

Petroc fans all throughout Prep, the series of teacher features were veiy successful, along with other articles. Another innova­ tion explored by the Petroc was the Desktop Publishing Program, a computer program that allowed for greater control and responsibility, at a lower cost. Al­ though it was a difficult year for the staff, there were numerous valuable lessons learned by all, especially the under­ classmen who are the future of the Petrocl

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Above: “ I wonder where Irvine is?” ; Above right: Mike Luipersbeck caught in the act; Bottom nght: No I didn’t pose for this picture.”

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Petrean Picture yourself twenty years from now. You’re up in the attic unpacking some boxes and come across the 1990 Petrean. Leafing through it, images flash through your mind; memories of dances, classes, activities, gam es . . . the exper­ iences which defined your four years at Prep rush to the surface o f your mind from some recess deep in your subcons­ cience which you didn’t know existed. The book you hold in your hands is more than a few pages bound together full of group shots and lists o f names; instead it's a catalyst, a key whose purpose is to unlock within each individual the ability

to rekindle the fires which drove him dur­ ing the time he spent in high school, to bring alive what he thought to be long dead, to allow him for at least one more time to be a Prepster again. For the staff o f the 1990 Petrean, this has been a year o f ups and downs. Mid­ year personnel changes weakened the staff and put tensions on edge. Despite it all, however, certain individuals stuck it out and produced a book. Editor-in-Chief Ken Nippes unified his subordinates, pro­ viding direction for the other members. Associate editor Luis Ayala served both as comic relief and the strongest driving

force behind the book’s production. Moderator Susan Baber was the soul of the effort, gently pointing the correct di­ rection when the staff’s own weaknesses allowed them to deviate from the proper and responsible path. It is the hope of the 1990 Petrean staff that they have worked within their limited resources and abilities to produce the best yearbook possible, yet only time will tell. A s you look through this book, try to be gentle with the immediate criticism, for what seems corny and trite now, may not be viewed in the same light a few years down the road; talk to you again in 2010!

A b ove: “ O ver worked and under paid.” ; Left: “ Is there anything else to d o?’ Below Left: Just another day at the office — confusion; Below Right: Hard at work.

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ABOVE: Moderator, Miss Susan Baber. Top left, Seniors, First row Richie Cirmineilo, Ken Nippes, Nick ChiaravaUoti. Second row: Arsalan Shahzad, Haroon Rashid, Pedro Briones, raddle left: Juniors Hughy Roarty, Luis Ayala.

ABOVE: Below left: Sophomores, J.D. Lumanog, Dave Jackman, Jim Martin, Hunter Figueras, Ernesto Alfaro. Be­ low right: “ Stop, in the name of love!” , performed by Joe Coyle

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Walk-A-Thon The Walk-A-Thon has been a Prep tradi­ Tom Santiago spearheading the opera­ tion for many years, but this year it al­ tion, the Student Council members deaf­ most did not happen, until the Student ened all criticism of their abilities by dem­ Council, at the last minute, decided to aid onstrating a willingness to respond when in running the program. In the past, the needed, and producing the effort neces­ Walk-A-Thon operated effectively under sary to foster the enthusiasm and support the guidance o f Mr. Mulvihill, but this needed for the Walk-A-Thon to be a suc­ year, until the able Student Council came cess. Prizes were offered, including a CDinto play, no one was quite sure about the player and free bids to the Senior or Ju­ existence of the Walk-A-thon. With senior nior Prom, to the top contributors in each

class. And so, on a sunny day in late October, Prep students walked from Grand and Warren to Liberty State Park. The Walk-A-Thon, beginning a new period in its history as a student-run activity, was a success in raising over $14,000 for the school. Here are some images from the walk . . .


Consistency was one of the characteris­ tics of the St. Peter’s Prep Cross Country Team. The 1989-1990 Harriers main­ tained their tradition of excellence by be­ ginning the season with a flair. Under the direction of Head Coach Burgess and as­ sistant coach Mrs. Barbara Salmon, the

team performed well. Team members fol­ lowed the lead of the talented tri-captains John Sheehan, Andy Bryant, and Jim Salmon, supported by a gifted pool of under­ classmen. The Harriers took first place in the City and South Hudson meets for the fourth consecutive time. They also showed their

stamina by taking third place in the HCJAA meet and by doing well in the HCTCA meet. With their dedication and consistent perfor­ mance the Cross Country team proved that they were not to be taken lightly.

Clockwise from upper left: Captains John Sheehan, Andy Biyant, and Jim Salmon; Coach Mike Burgess; Steve rests at the finish line after a tough race; The team ventures to another race far, far away . . . ; This was the tough race Steve was resting from; Chris dashes to the finish line ahead o f the opponent. —

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Another successful season has passed under the feet of the 1989 soccer team. Despite circumstances beyond the control of the Marauders, which caused the three rain-outs, two game cancellations, and one forfeit, the boosters finished up with an 11-3-1 record capturing the HCIAA National Division Championship for the third consecutive year. It seemed as though nothing could stop the Prep legmen this year who went undefeated for the entire month of October (8-0-1). Momentous games included one against Hudson Catholic in which Claudio Zamarra tucked away the only goal of the match

early in the first-quarter, one against Lyndhurst in which Rob O'Connor scored two late goals to vault the squad to a 3-2 come from behind victory, and one against Dickinson in which Rich Cirminello netted the game winner after Corrado DiCandia knotted the score 2-2. Overall, O ’Connor led the team in scoring with 11 goals, and Nicholas Chiaravalloti followed close be­ hind with ten, including three game win­ ners. In net, Tony “Dino” Goff collected 6 1/2 shut outs in 11 1/2 games; two of those were against Hudson Catholic. Stel­ lar perform ances by fullbacks C.J. Boguszewski and Mike Gamer contributed to Dino’s success.

Four players received recognition at both the All-State and All-County levels: tri-captain Nicholas Chiaravalloti, Rich Cirminello, and Rob Walenty, along with Rob O ’Connor. Seven re­ ceived All-City recognition: the four named above, plus Rob Cosenza, Corrado Dicandia, and Claudio Zamarra. Chiaravalloti was named the All-City Midfielder of the Year, and Walenty the All-City Fullback of the Year. Coach Jack Raslowsky also received recogni­ tion as he was named North Jersey Section I All-Stars’ coach. The NJSI All-Star team was composed of high-school players from the north­ ern New Jersey region, including Prep’s own Rob Walenty. The All-Stars played on December 9, 1989, and were victorious by a score of 4-1,


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The 1990 Prep Football team accom­ plished the impossible- they won the state championship. Many people do not realize the road they travel to get there. The team was inspired, overcoming injuries to many key players. Captains Anthony Guma, Keith Bucher, Dan Gronda, and Scott Prusko all played hurt. This inspiration combined with teamwork, practice, and an unsurpassed spirit silenced the critics and produced a

spectacular season. Because we had only seven returning starters, people thought Prep did not have what it took to be champions. Our first victim was Hudson Catholic. The Hawks were hammered by a score of 33-6. The next game was a 40-0 rout of St. Joe’s of West New York. The next victim was Emerson (28-6). The game everyone was eagerly awaiting- “ the war with the shore” -had finally arrived.

Captains (1 to r): Keith Bucher, Tony Guma, Coach Hansen, Dan Gronda, Scott Prusko.

Clockwise from upper right: “I wish 1was in Disneyland.”; “When the ggme is over I'm driving to Pizza Hut.”; “HIKE!” ; Ted evades a tackle.

Middletown South, ranked ninth natinally, handed Prep its only loss of the season (28-8). The next week was Homecoming. Prep defeated Dickinson 28-6, as Dan Gronda was named MVP. In a game many people thought Prep would lose, the Ma­ rauders once again came through, defeat­ ing Bayonne 30-6. Then came from be­ hind to beat


Marist. Dominick Della Fave’s game-saving catch on 4 and 22 lead to the final score. During the next two weeks, Prep edged North Bergen 15-7 and Memorial 14-3 to win their second consecutive county title. Prep ended the season 8-1 and received the second seed in the Parochial A. Prep defeated Bergen Catholic 28-20 to open the quest for a state title. Finally, on a cold Saturday afternoon in December, Prep took on St. Joseph’s of

Montvale. St. Joe’s, seeded number one, were the defending champions; however, second-year coach Rich Hansen, inspired the team to a 22-21 victory. “ The Drive,” a 99-yard drive, in the final minutes, was capped off by a touchdown pass and a twopoint conversion by Anthony Guma. Prep, which won its first state championship since 1958, established itself as a state power. Paul “ Prime Time” Mucahy finished the

season gaining over 1,000 yards. Keith Bucher, Scott Prusko, and Gonda were named to the First Team Parochial A; Ken Ferrante was named to the Second Team. In the county, Guma was named Back of the Year; and Gronda was named Lineman of the Year. With all the outstanding underclassmen, the future looks bright for the State Champion St. Peter’s Prep Varsity Football Team.


It began last November. Critics had picked the Prep to finish last before the Marauders had even stepped onto the court. Sportswriters pointed towards the team’ s youth and inexperience as its tragic flaw. Nevertheless, the team practiced tirelessly in the Barn, prepar­ ing for opening night. After weeks of rope jumping and mountain climbing, the season finally commenced. The team silenced the critics with early

wins over St. Joseph’s and Bayonne. While everyone else was enjoying the Christmas break, the basketball team travelled to Xavier to defend their Jesuit Classic title. With wins over Belen and Xavier, the Marauders were once again champions. Named to the all-tournament team were Matt O ’ Neill, Andrew Danilchick and tourney MVP, Jack Gordon. Although the team had turned the

heads of spectators across the county, the Marauders continued to strive for the excellence for which the Prep pro­ gram has long been respected. The team removed all doubt of their talent and teamwork by upsetting state pow­ ers Ferris and Lincoln. Their winning ways qualified them for the State Play­ offs and restored the faith of disbeliev­ ing critics.


Despite the midseason loss of senior Rob O ’Connor, the team pulled through under the leadership and ex­ perience of senior captain Joe Scafidi. Also sharing the spotlight was high scorer Jack Gordon, who as a sopho­ more averaged over 19 points per game. Juniors Mike Egan, Andrew Danichick and Miguel Sierra made large contributions, combining re­ bounding and defensive skills with their point scoring abilities. Sopho­

Clockw ise from A b ove: Joe sinks it for two: Miguel grabs another rebound; Miguel just did a double -pump, 360, foul line dunk but he was too quick for our photographer.

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more Matt O ’Neill and Junior Keith Ad­ ams were also pivitol players through­ out the season. Guiding the team was Head Coach Dave Settembre, along with assistant coaches Herenda and Gripps. They pushed the team to its physical limits and in the struggle the young team found the true players within them­ selves. Coach Settembre’s knowledge and innovation led to several new drills and plays in the Prep program this

year, including the team’s unanimous favorite — climb the mountain. The young promises to be a domi­ nant power in Hudson County next year. They have proven themselves to hanky-waving fans everywhere; more importantly, their success this year has shown the team itself what its abilities are. The Prep looks forward to next year’s showing when the team steps forward with the experience that this year’s fine season provided.


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Always a strong squad, the Prep Varsity swim team once again had an outstanding season. Under the guid­ ance of coach Mrs. Marybeth Bryant and moderator Fr. Cregan, S.J., the aquamen defeated archrival Bayonne, as well as the entire country of Hud­ son. Captains Mark Zieleniewski, Matt Greeley, Shannon Mariniello and Nick

Jaworski provided excellent leadership for a very young and talented team. In the state championship the Ma­ rine Marauders claimed a highly re­ spectable third place. Sophomore Jeff Enright stole the show with his record breaking spree. He surpassed the re­ cord of the 50-meter freestyle competi­ tion by seven tenths o f a second; Jeff

Clockwise from upper left: Coach Marybeth Bryant; Yes, we missed the van; Thanks to the Senior leader­ ship and top notch coaching the swimmers dominat­ ed the opposition once again; Friends for life

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gave an equally outstanding perfor­ mance in the 100-meter category as he shattered that record by 1.33. The team also won the Swimming Bees Classic and dominated in the City tournament. Despite the inconvenience o f early morning practices, team spirit remained high, and all performed well.


Upper-left: “ Youn first.” ; A b ove: “ Y o dudes. What’s up?!?” ; Below: Prep swim ­ m er on his way to another victory.; Left; “ N ow this is suppose to g o here and this there and ..

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Current In retrospect, the past year has been historic in all aspects: politically, athleti足 cally and environmentally. From Charles足 ton, South Carolina to Berlin, remarkable events have changed the world as we know it. A trail o f death and destruction was left by Hurricane Hugo as it smashed across the Carribean and into the coastal city of Charleston on September 22, 1989. With its 130 mile/hour winds, homes were top足 pled like straw huts. It caused more than 500,000 people to flee for safety; Hugo left thousands homeless. Less than one

month later, havoc struck again. On Octo速n earthquake rocked northern California, killing 62 people and injuring hundreds. The earthquake caused mass destruction caving in highways and disrupting the third game o f the World Series. These catastrophes brought the world a little bit closer as people o f all races and creeds offered their prayers and support. Thousands of volunteers were also called upon to clean up one of the worst environmental accidents in U.S. history. The Exxon Valdez, a supertanker, went

off course and struck a reef in the pristinel Prince William Sound in Alaska. The re-1' suit of the accident was the reef rippingl many holes in the ships hold and thou-l sands of gallons of crude oil spilled intolj the sea. Hundreds of species of all kindsl were in danger. Thousands of volunteers^ helped clean the oil-fouled shoreline and! collect oil-covered animals for cleaning. | The year was also marked by a wind o fl revolt sweeping across eastern Europe! and the Soviet Union.


Events [Dissidents throughout the Communist jock countries rose with arms and voices jiainst repression. In Poland, Czechoslokia and Romania governments were jtallenged by the spirit o f the people. |ren the Berlin Wall fell beneath the cries |r freedom of the people. The people jjre also heard in South Africa resulting if the release o f Nelson Mandela and the jiallenging of Apartheid. {The past year also marked the demise ! one of the baseball greats. Pete Rose, ie all time holder for career hits — 4191,

was banned from the game for placing wagers on his own team. This lifetime ban was able to be appealed in the spring of 1990. A ll of these events were front page sto­ ries, yet we feel it is our duty to glorify a story of strength and courage. With only the power o f his arms and his will, Mark Wellman climbed the 3200 foot “ El Capitan” to prove that the disabled can ac­ complish great feats. In retrospect, the past year was truly historic. It was filled with great achieve­

ments. If the past year could be character­ ized in one picture, it would be that of Tianmen Square, where one man had the strength, the power, the courage and the will to stand up to a line of tanks and cry “ No more!” At the conclusion of this year, the world was a little bit more peace­ ful, thanks in large part to people who wanted to make a difference and refused to be suppressed. Their actions and atti­ tudes shaped our lives, and we are better people for their inspiration.


Bowling is a sport that can probably be described as being old as man him­ self. Over the years, man has compli| cated it much, yet the concept behind it ! is simple: the successful clearance of i small, distant structures with a spherij; cal object. Apparently simple, this game requires much skill. The Prep Bowlers, having come a long way from caveman bowling days, have fine-tuned this required skill into a form o f art. !

Every morning, in the announcements, win upon win was reported to the faith­ ful Prep Community. The team was so successful, that perhaps these wins be­ came expected - taken for granted. These men truly earned those wins. With the guiding influence o f Mr. Rob­ ert Zawistowski, the Prep Kegglers at­ tained high games, defeating many key opponents. Team Captain “ Jo Jo Bear” Ramos along with Anthony

“ Kingpin” Morcilio and Rodolfo “ Red Nose ’ Sangalang, helped the team to the second position in the South Hud­ son Division. Randy “ The Monster” Aides and Danny “ Polish Power” Podolak were also key players. With all this talent contained, the prep Bowling Team proved themselves once again, victorious in Hudson County.


A tradition o f excellence is one o f the characteristics o f the Prep hockey team. Ken Such’ s performance as head coach has turned the players into a fine-tuned machine in only two years. Not only has Coach Such improved the team, but he has also recorded his 100th victory, which is a tribute to his talent as a coach. Under his guidance, the team has established a reputation o f being tough competitors. Behind the driving force o f senior

captains Jose Dargan, Steve Mizic and George Lusch, the team started the season off well. The victory at the Bay­ onne County Tournament, for the third year in a row, was also aided by return­ ing players, including Junior centers R ob Corbett, Peter Gannon and Jason Andreula. The speed, strength, and en­ durance o f wingers J. Swineford and new senior Tim Tavolara brought the icemen to fame repeatedly. Building the solid wall that was the Prep de­

fense were juniors Bob Brack and Steve Brown; freshman goalie Bradley Cicala along with back-up netminder Anthony Pasculli showed great dexter­ ity and promise. Having finished their season among the top teams in their division, the ice­ men demonstrated great determina­ tion.

Counterclockwise from upper right: “ Well I don’t know about you Gannon, but I’m beat!” ; Watch out Rob!; Joe Dargan, Anth­ ony Pasculli, and Steve Milic pose for a picture.’ FACEOFF!!


Clockwise from top left: Steve working hard; Joe Dargan takes on two; Prepster winning the puck in the corner; Slap shot.


This past year’s Prep Wrestling was one of the youngest squads that Coach Bill Friend had to work with. The team could be found late at night in the base­ ment practicing an assortment of moves with the wrestling room tem­

perature reaching close to 100 de­ grees. This year’s Varsity Team was led by strong senior leadership. Dan Gronda, even though being injured in the middle of the season, Tim Hawkes, representing the Prep at the Regionals

and Mike Garner helped provide the role models which were critically need­ ed for the young team. With a strong performance by the JV, Prep Wrestling seems to be on the rise — Watch out North Bergen!


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It comes as little surprise to the dedi­ cated followers o f the Prep Tennis Team that once again their backhands were smooth, their serve-and-volley game on the money, and consequently their fortunes were good. Coached again by J.P. McNamara, or “ Chief” as he is referred to by his loving disciples, the tennis team dominated opponents throughout the ’90 campaign, tying to avenge last year’s near-miss county ti­

tle. With the departure of many long time contributors, the Prepsters be­ came a team rich with young talent, most notably the nationally ranked Frosh Eric Taino. Although time con­ straints limited the role that he had, his mere presence sent team confidence soaring. Singles were handled by sen­ ior Andrew Edwards and junior Tim Connolly, proven team members. The number one doubles team featured Ken

Nippes and Tony Goff, while the sec­ ond doubles was a combination of sen­ ior Matt Greely, junior Dan Murphy, and sophomore Ryan Kearny. With powerful sophomores David Jackman and Gero Madrid waiting in the wings for a chance to move up in the order, the Prep tennis team seems poised for success for years to come.

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The “ great American pastime” - the game which sprung up great heroes and legends. True its tradition, baseball is one of the most popular sports at Prep. It ranks among the “big three” most popular sports o f all, along with football and Bas­ ketball. It has, did, and always will be notorious for the large number of students who report to tryouts, attempting to

achieve a position on the widely hailed team, with the vast experience of coach CIrbanovich, the Prep baseball team once again achieved an outstanding season. Indeed, playing well with remarkable underclassmen talent, the team beat many key Hudson County opponents. These athletically superior young men demonstrated the tenacity and perseverance of Prep Baseball. S e n io r c a p ta in s A n th o n y Gum a and

David Monisera provided the team with support and leadership as they them­ selves excelled. Other players of signifi­ cant importance include Dom Della Fave, Matt Gomey, and Rob O ’Connor. With win after win clinched, the Prep players received much hail and praise.


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The Indoor Track team was one which set its goals and achieved them. Coach Mike Burgess reminded the team throughout the season of the pre­ vious County Championships that they had lost by two or three points. The Coach's words must have had an im­ pact because the team went in and de­ cisively won the Hudson County and

Zoach’s County meets over Memorial and Dickinson. They later captured the City Championship to cap o ff the Triple Crown. They also traveled to Princeton for the State Meet and Eastern Nation­ als at which schools from all over the East Coast came to compete. The team was led by seniors John Sheehan (County Champion in the 800 meters

and qualifier tor the Meet o f Champions), Andy Bryant (County Champion in 55 meter high hurdles) and Sam Bijilic (County Champion in the shot put). They were also supported by 400 me­ ter runners Carlos Preseco and Steve Bijilic and distant runners Jim Salmon, Chris Russo, and John Grogan.

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Football T op Row; left to right: A . Benzija, A . Nieves, J. DiFoglio, A, Guma, K. Burbank, K. Jhaveri, S. Prusko, M. Conway., P. Mulcahy, J. W olfe, D. Blasucci, D. Polum bo, C. Martin. SECOND ROW : left to right; K. Bucfier, D. Gronda, B. Hoffman, B. Talanczuk, M. McCab.e R. Puleo, J. Lagman, A . Salazar, J. A pplegate, T. Schroeder, J. Gigante, C. Alfaro, B. McMullen. TH IRD ROW : left to right: M. Flem ing, C. M o n t足 gom ery, J. Francesco. J. Delo, J. St. Marie, M. Morais, K. Ferrante, D. M argaritondo, T. Hawkes, P. Bonavota, R. Gomez, J. M ilitello, J. Aslan足

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ian. FOURTH ROW ; left to right: M. Kirby, B. Hurd, M. Bemoit, Coach A . Sauchelli, Coach K. Such, Head Coach R. Hansen, Coach C. Lanzalotto. Coach C. Wood, Coach B. Nazimento, S. Cabrera, T. McHale. FIFTH ROW ; left to right; M. O'Donnell, J. Barroquiero, A . Morcillo, C. Bontigao, S. Fojas, T. Padovano, T. Phillips, R. Santoro, V. Ciraco, M. Munoz. B O TTO M ROW ; left to right; J. Rivera, O. Gonzalez. C. Sampers, K. Sakowski, D. Youmans, M. DeCastro, J. Murillo, M. Han足 ley, P. Strandes, D. DellaFave.

Cross Country left to right: Jim Salmon, A n dy Bryant, John Sheehan, S teve Bijelic, Chris Russo, Tom K elly.


Bottom (1 to r): Asst Coach J. Irvine, P.Healey, C. Zamarra, B. Wallenty, R. Cirminello, C. DeCandia, B. Barulich, C. Hammil, Head Coach J. Raslowsky. Middle (I to r): G. Mercurio, A. Iacocoa, D. Granelli, R. O ’Connor, N. Chiaravalotti, M. Fromfield, C. Barttoli. Top (I to r): C. Montgomeiy, C.J. Boguszewski, M. Garner, R. Coscnza, C. Me Gee, M. Dilley, S. Adams, M. O ’Neil, T. Goff.

Bottom left to right: R. Aldea, D. “ Polich Power” Podolak, R. Mauri. Above left to right: Mr. R. Zawistowski, A. Morcilio, and “Jo Jo Bear” Ramos.

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right: First Row (I. to r.) C. Briamonte, M. O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill, and J. Scafidi. Second Row (I.J o r.) R. Consenza, W. Dwyer, E. Andres, M. Egan, and A. Danilchick. Third Row (I. to r.) K. Adam s, M. Sierra, Coach Settem bre, Mrs. Costantini, R. DeMichele, and J. Gordon.

left: First Row (I. to r.) P. Dumaual, J. Sheehan, S. Bijelic, A . Bryant, and H. Kim. Second R ow (I. to r.) D. Charowsky, A. Ragone, J. McGuire, Coach Burgess, C. Presedo, B. Munoz, J. Salmon, R. Salmon, S. Bijelic, and Coach Aaron. Third Row (I. to r.) K. Bauzon, B. Dumaual, J. Yacat, and A. lacocca. 110


Above: Baseball- left to right; D. Della Fave, M. Gorney, A . Guma, J. Wolfe, and D. Monisera.

Above: Tennis- First R ow (1. to r.) A . Danilchick, G. Madrid, T. Connelly, A . Edwards, and D. Goff. Second R ow (I. to r.) R. Reddy, D.

Jackman, K. Nippes, and R. Hamilton. Third Row (1. to r.) V. Page, S. Patel, A . Samlall, S. W iley, K. M oy, and D. Francis.

A b ove: Golf- left to right; T . Poppe, J. Swineford, W. Dwyer, and K. Adam s


First row, left to right: J. Bryant, M. Kelly, D. Weir, M. Carcamo, J. Arceo, J. Enright, S. Adams, G. Lynch. Second row: A. Szymczyk, D. Ruocco, C. Greeley, M. Zieleniewski, M. Gal. Third row: R. DeGennero, J. Lepis, O. Oyola, M. Greeley, N. Jaworski, F. Pazminio. Fourth row: Coach Maiy Bryant, G. Dilley, Fr. R. Cregan, S.J., J. Marinello, A. de Armas, L. Hart.

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Top row, left to right: J. Andreula, J. Swineford, R. Corbett, R. Brack, S. Brown, P. Gannon. Second row: M. Dargan, Asst. Coach M. Pica, Coach K* Such, Asst. Coach T. Durak, B. Cicala. First row: A. Pasculli, J. Dargan, S. Milic, G. Lusch, T. Tavoara.


STATE C H A M PS

On the m orning o f D ecem ber 9th, 1989, the St. P eter’s Prep footb all team ventured up to Montvale, N ew J ersey, to attem pt to capture the Paro­ chial S tate Cham pionship that had eluded the team for 31 years. T h e Prep gridders w ere going up against St. J o e ’s Green K nights, w ho had taken hom e the title three yea rs in a row . The critics and reporters had labeled a Prep win as im possible, and the on ly w ay to silence them was to just win. it w asn ’t the win that w as am az­ ing, but rather how it w as achieved. Head C oach Rich Hansen had stressed that if a player couldn’t g e t em otion a lly prepared to play in a g am e like this, then he w asn’t a player. It w as em otion that carried this team to the top, for St. J o e ’ s had the speed, the size, and the power, but Prep had the heart. B efore the g a m e the intensity in the lock er room w as so thick that one could have cut it w ith a knife. T h e first quarter progressed a s the reporters had predicted. It look ed as if a rom p w as in store as St. J o e ’s quickly ju m ped on top 14-0, just ten plays into the gam e. A s the second quarter start­

ed, the K n ights w ere in control o f the ball again, m ovin g into Prep territory, but a fum ble recovery by safety Tim H aw kes g a v e Prep som e life. Six plays a fter the recovery, Prep put som e points on the scoreboard when quarterback Anthony Guma hit Jim Francesco for a 13 yard TD pass. Gum a’ s P A T m ade the score 14--7. The Knights thought they had put the gam e a w ay for good when they scored their third touchdown to close the scoring at 21-7 at half-time. O nly em otion could have picked up the bat­ tered Prep squad, which had m any key starters playing with injuries. Coach Hansen would use the passing arm o f Guma and a determ ined de­ fense to g et back into the gam e. Th ey closed the gap to seven at 21-14 on an eight-m inute scoring drive, capped o ff by a seven-yard, diving touch­ down reception by tigh t end Brian McMullen from Guma. Th e defense shut down St. J o e ’ s in the third quarter, led by the fine play o f lineback­ ers Dan Gronda and Ken Ferrante, linemen Keith Bucher and O rville Gonzalez, and safeties Francesco and H aw kes.

St. J o e ’s controlled the ball for the entire fourth quarter but couldn’ t seem to score any points. Then with only four minutes and fifteen seconds remaining, St. J o e’ s feature running back Greg Telem aqu e w as about to score, but he w as stripped by Brian McMullen at the one-yard line. Prep had to g o ninety-nine yards in just four minutes in order to tie the score. Remarkably, the Maurauders did just that, taking only three minutes and eleven plays to do it. “ The D rive” w as capped by a 22-yard pass from Guma to Francesco with exactly one minute left. Then Coach Hansen had to decide to either go for the extra point for a tie and play an overtim e period or to g o for a tw o point conversion for the win. The gutsy Hansen chose the latter. Guma took the snap and scram bled right, hitting Prime-Time Paul Mulcahy with the pass that enabled Prep to grab the victory and the first state championship since 1958. St. J o e ’s g a v e one m ore valiant at­ tem pt to score but that drive w as stopped in its tracks by a diving interception by John Wolfe.

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JV SOCCER The JV Soccer Team bolted their way through a fine season. The combination of the strength of last year’s veteran players and the newly discovered talent of the freshman formed one dynamite squad. Led by Coach John Irvine, the Prepsters were dominant over competitors such as

Hudson Catholic, North Bergen, and St. Benedict’s. Those returning from last year proved to be stronger than ever. Captain Brian McCabe proved to be the most con­ sistent player as he dominated midfield. Matt O ’Neill was an incredible asset to the team as a result o f his fifteen-goal

c o n t r ib u t io n t o t h e s e a s o n . O f t h e f r e s h ­ m e n , k e y k ic k e r s in c lu d e d M a r k T r o j a n , P a u l M a s s a c h e , a n d g o a lie T o n y N o v e llo . J u d g in g fr o m th e p e r fo r m a n c e o f th e 1 9 8 9 J u n io r V a r s it y t e a m , P r e p s o c c e r c a n c e r t a in ly e x p e c t a v e r y p r o m i s i n g f u ­ tu r e .

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T O P ROW; left to right; A . Bondarowicz, S. Drennon, A . Ragone, G. Vierheilig, B. Dwyer, J. McKeon, B. McCabe. MIDDLE; left to right; J.V. Coach John Irvine, A . Renelt, E. Finn, M. Trojan, S. Chiaravalloti, P. Massache, M. O ’Donnell, T. McCarthy, Head Coach Jack Raslowsky. FIRST ROW ; left to right; A . Novello, M. Coco, J. Costanza, J. Crocetta, D. James, F. Torrent, R. Hobby.


FROSH FOOTBALL Although the Freshman Football Team faced a tough 1989 season, they demon­ strated fantastic energy and spirit throughout every game. Despite the domi­ nance of their opponents, the entire team was characterized by persistence and hard work. Half-back Matt Leber, defensiveback Adam Petrillo, full-back Brian Kost,

guard Tom Osterman, and tight-end/defensive end Stuart Clutterbuck, who led the team in receptions, are just a few of the diligent men who contributed determina­ tion to the Prep team. Coaches Nelson Gonzales, Sean Verdi, and Mike Acanfora trained these Prepsters for field competi

tion against Hudson, but more impor­ tantly, they showed them the values of persistence and teamwork; these values are synonymous with the attributes of true Prep athletes, many of whom have been discovered in the Frosh football team of 1989.

Top row; left to right: C. Andreadis, J. Roberts, N. Nardone, R. Traba, M. Hanley, T. Osterman, M. Kubert, S. Clutterbuck. Second row; left to right: R. Viggiano, G. Protomastro, M. Roake, M. McGillis, J. Scher, B, Kost, J. Portes, T. Gleason. Third row; left to right: A . Cardenas, J. Perrenod, L. Collar, Coach N. Gonzalez, Coach M. Acanfora, Coach S. Verdi, R. Smith, A . Agathos, A . Petrillo. Fourth row; left to right: C. Stefanakis, M. Leber, P. Norcia, G. Fajardo, D. Wahl, K. Bauzon, R. Zaszewski, J. Clancy. Bottom row; left to right: J. Compton, B. Wilton, S. Frezzo, K. Paglio, S. Sanz, R. Cavala, J. CursineBa.

Clockwise from top left: F a c e -o ff at the line o f scrimmage. Gridders ready fo r s o m e c r u n c h in g . Clutterbuck finds an open­ ing through the defense. Leber sprints his way down the field.


JV BASKETBALL Despite several tough losses and a mer­ ciless Hudson County schedule, the Ju­ nior Varsity Basketball team had a re­ spectable season. The year was highlight­ ed by upset victories over such county powers as Snyder and Dickinson, as well as several wins over the Frosh Marauders.

Cinder the guidance of new coach Tony Crisalli and assistant Mike Pero, the team learned the meaning of hard work and dedication. Leading the J.V. hoopsters were captain Pat Reed, center Llew Clarke, and point guard Rob Hurd. Also making major contributions to the team

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were John Sakowski and Sean Drennan, both of whom helped lead the J.V. squad to victories late in the season. The group looks to be a promising varsity squad in the years to come.

FR O N T ROW: left to right; S. Drennan, J. Sakowski, P. Healey, P. Policarpio, R. Reddy; SECOND ROW: L. Clarke, T. K elly. P. Reed, Coach Tony Crisalli, R. Hurd, E. Jiminez, E. Savaas. N O T PICTURED: C. Carroll, D. Jackman.

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FROSH BASKETBALL Sitting atop the Hudson County fresh­ men basketball standings this year, were the Prep Marauders. Head Coach John Irvine managed the large and talented group as they defeated such county pow­ ers as Snyder and Ferris. Pacing the team

was point guard Ed Finn, whose poise and agility led the team to victory. Chris Andreadis, Tom Weierman, and Craig A d ­ ams, carried the team with their domina­ tion of the boards and their high-scoring efforts. A t the Boys’ Club, all the hard

work and planning took place as the mas- I termind coach got the team into shape. Their impressive showing this year gives Coach Settembre much hope for future Varsity titles.

F R O N T ROW : left to right; J. Mercer, M. Lynch, M. Trojan. SECOND ROW : D. Apicella, L. Collar C R igby, A . N ovello, J. M cKeon. TH IR D ROW: C. Andreadis, C. Adam s, D. Egan, Coach John Irvine! J. Pierre, G. Ramirerez, T. Weierman.

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AB O V E : Coach John Irvine and Captain Tom Weierman.

AB O V E : Mike g oes for the lay-up!


JV BOWLING The JV Bowling Team hammered its way through a very fine season. Sparks flew as the squad tore up the alleys and demolished the pins. Led by Mr. Bob Zawistowski, this season’ s team proved

Above: Coach Z.; C lockw ise from right: “ R ock ” lives!; Dan un­ leashes his iron arm!; Go for it Rudy!; “ The Horse” takes it back!

to be most competitive. Kevin “ The Horse” McAulliffe, Danny “ Polish Power” Podolak and Justin “ The Rock” Sebik, led the pack o f Prepsters. In addition to excellent play, the team showed a sports­

manship that was characteristic of the Prep athlete. The 1989-1990 Junior Varsi­ ty Bowling Team was indeed a successful squad.


JV WRESTLING Despite the tough season that the Ju­ nior Varsity Wrestling team was forced to endure, many members displayed a great deal of formerly unseen talent. This can only be accredited to the squad’s ex­ tremely long (and often grueling) practice

sessions. Day after day, each and every member could be found in the Burke base­ ment contributing all of his energy and spirit to the sport. Above and beyond the various wrestling holds, the team was taught discipline. Jose Soler, Armo Mo­

hammed, and Carlos Noriega were among the many Prepsters who benefited from this season’s training. The entire Prep community shall also benefit when these wrestlers destroy their opponents next year!

B AC K ROW : left to right: J. Soler, M. McCabe, J. Portes, Coach Friend, D. Dudzinski, J. Hoetzl, A. Dodd; SECOND ROW : C. Stefanakis, S. Chiaravalotti, T. Padovano, W. Sharp, S. Tortorelle, M. Skinner: F R O N T ROW: R. King, A . Mohammed, L. Luna, T. Sullivan.


JV HOCKEY The Junior Varsity Hockey Team iced the ompetition this year. The puck-pushers ombined skill, manpower, and teamwork nd the result was a fine 1989-1990 season, loach Gannon demonstrated his excellent bilities as he brought out the full potential of

the talented squad through various training sessions. Each and every member of the team contributed respectable play in the name of St. P eter’ s. Frank LoScrudato, Brian McDermott, and Gabe Scudese were several

of Prep’s key icemen. As these Prepsters rise through the ranks of Varsity status, Prep can expect some more great hockey, as well as additional rings skated around its competi­ tors.


ABOVE: First Row; left to right; D. Claro, R. Vargas, J. Sardella, J. Mercer, G. Lynch, J. Paguiligan. Second Row left to right; M. Lee, A. Agathos, D. Baker, L. Da Silva, D. Miguel. Third Row: left to right; R. Go, L. Collar, P McCarthy, M. Cocco, J. Bloodgood, F. Torrent, J. Farese. Fourth Row; left to right; J. Jamilano, N. Caradonna R. Lutdch, A. Gullo, A. Beldowicz. Missing: D. Janies.

ABOVE: First Row; left to right; R. Nadler, R. Ypelaar, M. Lynch, J. Skripak, G. Crocamo, K. Renelt, J. Costanzo Second Row; left to right; J. Dye, S. Majumder, M. Moran, J. Curran. Third Row; left to right; S. Chiaravalloti M. Castillo, B. Jeziorski, K. Lorfink. Fourth Row; left to right; Mr. J. Raslowsky, L. Arenas. Fifth Row; left to right: J. Arganza, J. Camacho, J. Portes, J. Hitchell, T. Osterman, S. Clutterbuck, M. Kubert, F. Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Addario.


f^BOVE: First Row; left to right; R. Faustino, E. Breyer, D. Olesky, J. Balcer, R. Gwiazdowski, B. Casiano, M. pargen, J. McKeon. Second Row; left to right; Mr. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell, J. Andreula, M. Mullane, A. Soto, B. Cicala, B. Wilton, B. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill, D. Suarez. Third Row; left to right; R. Zaszewski, R. Smith, J. Meurer, P. Rubino, O. Rosa, pourth Row; left to right; A. Patel, J. Scher, T. Gleason, C. Stefanakis. Missing: E. Paras.

IBOVE: Sitting; left to right; J. Han, J. Ouimet, J. Rubino, R. Mehta, M. Vilas. First Row; left to right; J. Sung, I. Cursinella, S. Frezzo, D. Ruchalski, N. Petti, J. Pasculli. Second Row; left to right; C. McGreevy, B. Rieman, 1 Hanley, G. Rosales, E. Verano, L. Solis, V. Silva, D. Hannagan. Third Row; left to right; R. Traba, D. iandomenico, G. Protomastro, E. Saam, C. Andreadis, J. Mannion. Missing: T. Compton.


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ABOVE: First Row; left to right; M. Bauer, J. Yacat, E. Carandan, P. Figueredo, D. O’Brien. Second Row; left! to right; M. Roake, T. Magarban, G. Dilley, K. Paglio, S. Sanz, M. Chaudhty, J. Compton. Third Row; left to rightJ M. Gorski, R. Avetria, Mr. T. Connolly, S. Tortorelle, H. Iqbal, M. McGillis, M. Norwood, B. Cerullo, R. Pandayl L. Swineford, B. Hawkes, C. Rigby, L. Roodenburg. Missing: P. Giblin ' ; f ■ .

ABOVE: First Row; left to right; L. Palomares, R. Abella, N. Younger, R. Easson. Second Row; left to right; Bl Scanlon, A. Malewich, O. Escobar, G. Fajardo, N. Chonillo, T. Espinosa, C. Morales. Third Row; left to right; A| Novello, F. Arena, M. Martinelli, K. Pidane, B. Stack. Fourth Row; left to right; T. Fogu, R. Viggiano, D. Egan i M. Guia, T. Baran. Mr. J. Irvine. Missing: M. Dawoud, G. Veirheilig.


M30VE: First Row; left to right; A. Lizares, D. Mercado, G. Shockley, L. Bastidas, M. Santiago, R. King, J. “etrecca. Second Row; left to right; J. Kokosinski, T. O’Donnell, R. Hwang, F. Taino, L. Ramos. Third Row; left io right; J. McGuire, D. Wahl, B. Nery, T. McCarthy, B. Dumaual, K. Vida, K. Bauzon, S. Parikh, D. Walsh. Fourth Row; left to right; P. Alvarez, J. Clancy, B. Kost, S. Mancilla, A. Cardenas, N. Nardone, Ms. S. Baber. Missing: 1. Jaucian.

VBOVE: First Row; left to right; T. Sullivan, B. Jain, J. Morgan, A. Festa, E. Olivencia, A. Andres, M. Houed. Second Row; left to right; Mr. W. Koszyk, D. Paton, D. Mauri, J. Dooley, S. Rashid, J. Asuncion, C. Carroll, P. fauna, J. Nieves. Third Row; left to right; D. McDonough, M. Faller, R. Ryan, S. Zambrano, W. Sharp, N. leorgieff. Fourth Row; left to right; S. Howe, J. Perrenod, J. Lipkowski, A. Fischer, L. Tuthill, S. Capozzoli. hissing: D. Stafford.


ABOVE: First Row; left to right; M. Trojan, P. Norcia, J. Crocetta, J. Davis, S. McDonald, E. Lawlor, J. Perez, R. Cavallo, Mr. J. Becerra, C. Greeley. Second Row; left to right; J. Collins, M. Leber, E. Finn, M. Campion, J. Pugh. Third Row; left to right; M. Kelly, A. Petrillo, B. Geisler, C. Adams, M. Jara, M. DeVillava. Fourth Row; left to right; S. Perry, J. Bellia, G. Dionyssiou, M. Page, G. Ramirez, T. Weierman, D. Boland, K. Laca, C. Aumack.

ABOVE: First Row; left to right; Mr. S. Boyan, G. Shah, R. Jaworski, W. Watson, H. Chu, D. Nguyen, V. Que, M. Branchaud, S. Williams, M. Aboukmar, G. Petalas. Second Row; left to right; P. Brezzel, H. Kim, F. Singletary, P. Carroll, D. Wong, R. Martin, J. Roberts. Third Row; left to right; A. Mohammed, K. Wilson, J. Pierre, A. Shibli, H. Xiao.


fABOVE: First Row; left to right; M. Kelly, M. Zadroga, J. Egan, J, Fong, S. Hannon, L. Luna. Second Row; left to right; J. Sebik, D. Guarino, B. Zabotka, R. Lopez, F. Mavilla, K. Dunn, J. Pedersen, J. Degnan. Third Row; left to right; S. Langon, S. Rawal, M. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill. Fourth Row; left to right; N. McAneny, J. Sander, J. Fesken, IS. Bardzinski. Missing: A. Caesar, E. Manibo, K. Tutunjian.

ABOVE: First Row; left to right; M. Rems, J. McCullough, D. Charowsky, T. Padovano, P. Dumaual, K. Canessa. Second Row; left to right; R. Tanteo, J. Magovem, M. Decastro, G. Holinka, A. Janeira. Third Row; left to right; E. Pierce, J. Lagman, S. Drennan, M. Mabry, G. McLellan. Fourth Row; left to right; J. Lin, R. Acha, K. Riddick, A. Salazar. Fifth Row; left to right; M. Mohlmann, L. Viney, Mr. B. Zawistowski, N. Tocci, A. Dragotti.


ABOVE: First Row; left to right; R. Kearney, C. Bracco, J. Norrett, G. Scudese, M. Silvesrti. Second Row; left! to right; G. Villacis, M. Ruggieri, D. Ruocco, D. Youmans, G. Urbanowicz. Third Row; left to right; H. Hernandez] R. Sangalang, D. Bonomo, T. Pasculli, Mr. J. DeAngelo, Fourth Row; left to right; E. Jimenez, R. Marino, a ] Ragone. Fifth Row; left to right; C. Keating, E. Blanco, L. Clarke, N. Szubiak. Missing: E. Giblin

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ABOVE: First Row; left to right; C. Deisler, D. Podolak, S. Mclnemey, P. Franco, J. Constantino, P. Policarpio Second Row; left to right; J. Miklush, D. Dudzinski, S. Wiley, D. Leontaris, D. Bartoshek, S. Gargiulo, J Sakowski, A. lacocca, X. Salgado, J. Murillo, Mr. R. McGuinness. Third Row; left to right; W. Abd-Rabouh, M Manzo, V. Ciraco, S. Ginty, J. Sanchez, J. Enright, D. Thompson, J. Wemock, J. Gordon.

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(BOVE: First Row; left to right; C. Dyson, M. Hanley, M. Kirby, T. Lavin, M. Kim, M. Foley. Second Row; left >right; C. Fitzpatrick, D. Crimaldi, F. LoScrudato, D. Page, J. Tumbokon, T. Jakimas. Third Row; left to right; L Koszyk, O. DeGennaro, G. Parziale, K. Cocca, D. McDermott, J. Driscoll. Fourth Row; left to right; G. Lepis, jlrs. P. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Grady, T. Phillips, M. Benoit, M. Fleming, M. DeMaria. Missing: A. Renelt, M. Genovezos.

VBOVE: Kneeling; P. Healey, J. Titos, V. Dhindhwal. Fist Row; left to right; E. Manlongat, S. Smera, E. Alfaro, r. Hussey, M. Paneggiante, V. Shah, Mr. L. Silvestris. Second Row; left to right; D. Jackman, M. Shin, A. Reyes, V. Bautista, J. Coyle, T. Kelly. Third Row; left to right; A. Nieves, D. Weir, J. Bay, J. Murphy, S. Patel, D. Francis. !ourth Row; left to right; T. McHale, J. Shamburg, M. Ibrahim, D. Palumbo, E. Sawas, G. Madrid, R. Reddy. %sing: W. Christman.


ABOVE: First Row; left to right; D. Ryan, A. Bondarowicz, B. McCabe, R. McAlary, Ms. A. Garcia, J. Quinla j H. Figueras, J. Casia, E. Mendoza,P. Malloy, M. Savage. Second Row; left to right; D. Blasucci, J. Prime,' McCarthy, M. Huha, M. Munoz, R. Flores, S. Rider, P. Fam, G. Carroll, R. Figueras. Third Row; left to right; I Jhaveri, P. Reid, A. Dodd, J. Martinez, A. Suarez, G. Orenda, K. Fossella, D. Cruz, A. Razon. Missing:â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ) \ Nicolaidis, J. Martin, A. Campisi, G. Dhaliwal.

ABOVE: First Row; left to right; J. McAuley, A. Rosario, A. Sy, S. Boyle, T. Cierzo, J. Lumanog. Second RoJ left to right; J. Soler, F. Barletta, C. Noriega, A. Florio, G. Nadolski, S. Ghosh, Mr. P. Donohue. Third Row; id | to right; D. Greczyio, R. Gomez, J. Lomnicky, D. Esposito. Fourth Row; left to right; M. Emmons, R. Hurd, < Sampers, R. Puleo, M. Scerbo, P. Tizzano. Missing: J. Applegate.


ftBOVE: First Row; left to right; J. Murray, S. Yeager, I. Floresca, D. Burgers, V. Bonaccolta. Second Row; left Mr. J. Casey, W. Bartels, F. Trombino, M. Dawoud, M. Cardino, C. Bontigao. Third Row; left to right; t . (Hazewski, R. Glasser, P. Patel, K. Chua. Fourth Row; left to right; M. Ruiz, K. McAuliffe, J. Militello, M. Hogan, r. Algeria.

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ABOVE: First Row; left to right; D. Bell, J. Kist, R. Gray, J. Martin, Ms. J. Miller. Second Row; left to right; B. McGee, L. Benn, A. Pandya, M. Albanese, R. Prendergast, D. Polo. Third Row; left to right; T. Boland, C. DeCandia. V. Farese, M. Regenye. Fourth Row; left to right; P. Strandes, B. Kloza, D. Della Fave, G. Lazopoulos, J. Grogan, Missing: C. Briamonte, M. Egan, M. Gomez, L. Hart. 133


ABOVE: First Row; left to right; W. Dwyer, R. Bruno, D. Duran, A. Mahdavi, D. Duarte, Second Row; left I right;J. St. Marie, V. Rodriguez, E. Falcis, R. Clark, J. Bowen, R. Mauri, T. Tolino, Third Row; left to right; I Dilley, L. Guzman, M. Conway, V. Valdez, C. Panchana, R. Ferrates. Missing: R. Alvarez, R. Corbett, J Lepo J. Telio.

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ABOVE: First Row; left to right; S. Adams, M. Patel, B. Barulich, L. Ramos, A. Choudry, M. Morais. Second Rc left to right; Fr. B. Cregan, J. Crowe, T. Ferrari, C. Fatovic, C. Myers, B. Carrillo, R. Gaddi, D. Murphy. Third R( left to right; R. Macalintal, R. Khan, J. Diaz, E. Valente, F. Guiterrez, J. Cervino, C. DeCeglie. Missing: L. Aye H. Roarty.

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I |ABOVE: First Row; left to right; M. Marino, K. Adams, B. Gizzi, J. Barnes, C. Perez, F. Schiavone, K. Lawless. I Second Row; left to right; Mr. C. Gilley, M. Skinner, J. Salmon, J. Ruiz, J. Jimenez, R. Legnosky, R. Ortiz, A. [ Lynch. Third Row; left to right; W. Swart, J. Caposello, J. Gers, V. Leon, J. Luna, A. Dimaya. Fourth Row; left I to right; C. Pardo, Lee Dorry, J. Gigante, R. Santoro, M. Cervino. Fifth Row; left to right M. Milic, M. McCabe, T. Connelly, A. deArmas.

ABOVE: First Row; left to right;S. Tsinman, R. Ramsumair, F. Pazminio, E. Black, O. Araos. Mr. C. Links. Second Row; left to right; R. Aldea, R. Aditya, G. Lamantea, S. Brown, J. Rivera, O. Gonzalez, B. Talanczuk, Y. Kwon. Third Row; left to right; R. Cosenza, P. Gannon, W. Hanley, J. Sisco, D. Luipersbeck, P. Evangelista, P. Vacca, A. Zarran. Fourth Row; left to right; A. Ordonez, C. Brattoli, R. Brack, C. Presedo, C. Russo, R. Salmon, J. Hayes, J. Andreula. Missing: S. Lindsay..


ABOVE: First Row; left to right; S. Khan, E. Pompilio, S. Pierre-Louis, J. Maestre, B. Munoz, S. Bijelic, Ms. K. Pellegrino. Second Row; left to right; D. Rosciszewski, J. Clark, J. Mateo, M. Mangelli, L. Lolo, M. Timones. Third Row; left to right; J. Calderone, J. Barroqueiro, I. Guerra, A. Iglesias, M. Carcamo. Fourth Row; left to right; G. Mercurio, J. Grata, F. Fromfleld, G. Myron, A. Benzija, G. Leitget. Missing: S. Cabrera, M. Struck, R. DeJesus.J

ABOVE: First Row; left to right; C. Sammarco, A. Beaton, M. Jersey, J. Smith. Second Row; left to right; F) Khawaja, D. Gubitosa, P. Szymcyzk, S. Strickland, M. Gonzalez, J. Berezny, R. Aro, R. Gain, I. Caraballo, J Prieto. Third Row; left to right; T. Sinnott, R. Dacey, D. Granelli, R. Dukic, G. Leto, C. Connolly, M. Jimenez, N Akeredolu. Missing: A. DiMeo, M. Sierra, R. Zamarra. 136


IVBOVE: First Row; left to right; G. Lertpatanakul, R. Wignarajan, J. O’Donnell, J. Bryant, M. Ruggiero, P. Jordan, S. Bardzell. Second Row; left to right; J. Abergas, A. Rosamilia, S. Chopek, G. Vitale. Third Row; left to right; M. Matias, M. O’Donnell, C. DeAnni, P. Massache, I. Soto, J. Soehngen, A. Danilchick, R. /alente. Fourth Row; left to right; J. Cerullo, H. Ruiz, T. Hoetzl, J. Villanueva, E. Stroud, J. Aslanian, R. Hfobby, G. Navarro, D. Apicella, S. Cervantes. Missing: M. Baseluos, M. O’Donnell, J. Hoetzl.

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Carroll, J am es 107 Paterson St. Jersey C ity. NJ 07307 Cartano, Jefferson 98 Terhune A v e . Jersey C ity, N J 07305 Chaudhry, Haseeb 280 Henderson St., A p t. 9 A Jersey C ity, N J 07302 C hiaravalloti, Nicholas 12 East 3rd St. Bayonne, N J 07002 Chm iel, Chris 96 Garretson A ve. B ayonne, N J 07002 Christm an, Brian 12 Brunswick Rd. M ontclair, N J 07042 Cirm inello, Richard 91 W est 38th St. Bayonne, N J 07002 Constantino, Paul 49 East 31st St. Bayonne, NJ 07002 C ook , Erik 2206 O ak Knoll Dr. T o m s R iver, N J 08753 Crupi, S alvatore 699 Kearny A ve. Kearny, N J 07032 Dargan, Joseph 29 V a lley Ct. Secaucus, N J 07094 D eC eglie, Joseph 132 Highland Cr. Rutherford, N J 07070 D elo, Jason 206 Colum bia A v e . Jersey C ity, N J 07307 D eM ichele, Ralph 49 Livin gston St. Kearny, N J 07032

DeM ondo, Christopher 347 G rove St. Up. Montclair, NJ 07043 DiFoglio* Joseph 2301 Kerrigan A ve. Union C ity, N J 07087 D im aya, A riel 183 Sum m it A ve. J ersey City, N J 07304 Dudzinski, Steven 26 W est 49th St. Bayonnd, N J 07002 Dunphy, John 111 Linden A ve. Kearny, N J 07032 Edwards, Andrew 1 B ellevu e St. W eehaw ken, N J 07087 Eisenbach, David 271 W est End Rd. South O ran ge, N J 07079 Farinola, I. Martin 148 N esbit St. W eehaw ken, N J 07087 Ferrante, Garth 144 G race St. I Jers ey C ity, N J 07307 Ferrante, Kenneth 2 Marine V iew Plaza H oboken, N J 07030 Ficken, Raym ond 33 K in g A v e . I W eehaw ken, N J 07087

Franco, Leonard 105 Sherman PI. Jersey City, NJ 07307 Gaines, Dana 471 Garfield A ve. Jersey C ity, NJ 07306 Gal, Michael 24 C liff St. Jersey C ity , N J 07306 Galan, A lexander 209 W illow A ve. H oboken, N J 07030 Garner, Michael 12 East Liberty St. B loom field, N J 07003 G eisler, Robert 119 W est 14th St. Bayonne, N J 07002 Geron, Glen 24 C o lle g e St. J ersey C ity, N J 07305 Ghali, S herif 140 Ndrth St. Bayonne, N J 07002 G off, A nthony 248 P rospect A v e . B ayonne, N J 07002 Gorney, M atthew 24 S tegm an PI. J ers ey C ity, N J 07305 G reeley, M atthew 14 Elifi St. B loom field, N J 07003

Figueras, A rnold 105 Audubon A v e , J ers ey C ity, Nil 07305

Grieshaber, Kevin 65 Lem b eck St. J ersey C ity, N J 07302

Figueroa, Mark 1208 Hudson St. H oboken. N J 07030

Gronda, Daniel 213 Mountain A v e . Pom pton Pis., 07444

Fojas, S erg e 55 Huber St. | Secaucus, N J 07094

Guma, A nthony 5 H olm es St. J ersey C ity, N J 07306

Francesco, J am es 1311 84th St. | North Bergen, N J 07047

Gutierrez, Richard 138 M cA d oo A ve. Jersey C ity, NJ 07305 Hamilton, Richard 192 O lean A ve. J ersey City, N J 07306 Hampton, Brian 82 W est 9th St. Bayonne, NJ 07002 H awkes, Tim othy 319 C ator A ve. Jersey C ity, N J 07305 Hennis, Stephen 22 A rlington PI. Kearny, N J 07302 Hernandez, David 453d Hudson A ve. Unioh C ity 07087 Hoffm an, William 92 R iverview Dr. Jersey C ity, N J 07305 Icklan, Richard 44 W est 39th St. Baydnne, N J 07002 loriq, Charles 66 G arfield A ve. Kearny, N J 07032 lorio, Michael 953 W estm in ster A ve. Hillside, N J 07205 Jaw orski, Dom enic 32 W est Ruby A ve. Pali&ades Park, NJ 07650 Jim enez, Hernan 187 E ge A v e . Jer|ey C ity, N J 07304 Kaiser, Christopher 63 feast 3rd St. Bayonne, N J 07002 La R osa, John 53 7 H ighridge A ve. C liffsid e Pk., N J 07010 Lecbw itch, M atthew 4 O a kda le Rd. J ersey City, N J 07305


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Mendez, Joseph 85 Lexington A v e . Bayonne, N J 007002

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M ercado, Bernard 837 M on tgom ery St. Jersey C ity, N J 07306

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M ercado, Gerard 256 C lendenny A v e . Jersey C ity, N J 07304

iuipersbeck, M ichael & Lorraine Dr. ilifton, N J 07012

M ergus, Peter 432 Center St. Fort Lee, N J 07024

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Scalia, Paul 3635 Kennedy Blvd. J ersey City, N J 07306 Poppe, Tim othy 745 Suburban Rd. Onion, N J 07083

Scardigno, Anthony 432 G regory A ve. W eehawken, NJ 07087

Tavolara, Tim othy 10 Acorn Rd. Secaucus, NJ 07094

Prato, S cott 313 S tegm an Pk w y. J ersey C ity, N J 07305

Schroeder, Edward 21 Livingston A ve. Kearny, N J 07032

Tedeschi, Joshua 17 W allis A ve. J ersey City, N J 07306

Prusko, Joseph 15 W illow St. Bayonne, N J 07002

S cott, W alter 885 Kennedy Blvd. Bayonne, N J 07002

Transande, Leonardo 69 W est 45th St. Bayonne, NJ 07002

Ram os, Joseph 14 Van Rypen St. J ersey C ity, N J 07306

Shazad, Arsalan 146 J ew ett A ve. J ersey C ity, N J 07304

Treanor, John 46 McCosh Rd. Gpper Montclair, NJ 07043

Rashid, Haroon 178 Columbia A ve. J ersey C ity, N J 07307

Sheehan, John 135 Prospect A ve. Jersey C ity, N J 07307

Redondo, Louis 72 C olleg e St. J ersey C ity, N J 07305

Sheikh, Majid 8 W estm inster Lane Jersey C ity, N J 07306

Reed, Joshua 115 R u tgers A ve. J ersey C ity, N J 07305

Siddiq, O m ar 160 S ycam ore Rd. Jersey C ity, N J 07305

Rivera, R ick | 333 Danforth A ve. J ersey C ity, N J 07305

Slane, Donald 233 Barthojd A v e . J ersey City* N J 07302

P a g e, V irgil 327 Princeton A v e . J ers ey C ity, N J 07305

R om ero, Peter 4300 Park A y e ., A pt. 2L W eehaw ken, N J 07087

Pasculli, A nthony 712 J efferson St. H oboken, N J 07030

Rusignuolo, M ichael 4 Surrey Lanfe Clifton, N J 07012

P a w low s k i, Brian 174 B ow ers St| Jersey C ity, N J 07307

R u tkow sk i, Christopher 183 Terra ce |We. J ersey C ity, N J 07307

Jers ey C ity, N J 07302 M ulcahy, Paul l|2 W . 34th St. Bayonne, N J 07002 N ad olsk i, K evin 3|5 W est 40th S t. | Bayonne, N J 07002 N ap oli, K evin 7p W insor PI. Qlen R id g e, N J 07028 N avarez, Joseph 2|31 Van Buf£h St. ijyndhurst;* N J 07071

Perkins, Christopher 207 71 st St. < Guttenberg, N J 07093 Pia tow sk i, W alter 123 Glen w ood A v e . Jers ey C ity, N J 07306 Pidane, Keith 44 Linden St. Bayonne, N J 07002

S am lall, Arjune 29 6 Danforth A v e . J ers ey C ity, N J 07305 S an tiago, Th om as 302 M agnolia A ve. J ers ey C ity, N J 07306 S cafidi, Joseph 576 N ew ark A v e . J ers ey C ity, N J 07306

Sm ith, Colin 118 W est 58th St. Bayonne, N J 07002 S oto, Israel 322 Third St. J ersey Cit^, N J 07302 S tefan o, M ichael 19 Country V illa ge Ct. Bayonne, N J 07002 S tran gew ay, Jam es 11 M ontclair A v e . Clifton, N J 07011 Sugrue, Robert 92 W est 3|th St. Bayonne, N J 07002 S yed , A m er 627 Sum m it A v e ., 15G J ersey C ity, N J 07302

Tuason, A lfred 70 Bevan St. Jersey C ity, N J 07306 Tudek, John 59 Sheridan A ve. Clifton, N J 07011 Valdellon, Joseph 277 A v e . C, # 9 E N ew Y ork C ity, NY 10009 Villanueva, Jeffery 685 Hudson A ve. Secuacus, N J 07094 W alenty, Robert 133 W est 15th St. Bayonne, N J 07002 W illi, Jean 611 74th St. North Bergen, NJ 07047 W olfe, John 278 Neptune A ve. J ersey C ity, N J 07305 Zam arra, Claudio 11 Trenton St. J ersey C ity, N J 07306 Zieleniew ski, Mark 7 Vera PI. M ontclair, N J 07042


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JOSEPH ANNILLO

ERWIN ANDRES

F. A ll: Gymnastics 1; Dance Comm. 3, 4; Big Brother; HAP. "/ raise a toast to a ll o f us who are breaking our backs every day. I f wanting the good life is such a crime then le t them take me away. ” -Poison

J, Adelung: Intramurals 1,2,3.4; Baseball 3; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Math Club 2; Ski Club 1; Latin American Sodety 1, 2; Sdence Club 1, 2,3 ,4; Emmaus Team. "Four great years I'U never regret; good times I won’t forget; too much work a t times bu t I won’t fret. Education was the best a t S t Peter’s Prep."

J. Armttlo; Intramurals 1, 2; Italian Club 1; Sdence Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4. "Goodbye. A T LAST!"

C A lfaro; Football 1,2,3,4; intramurals Jyj 2,3,4; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Slavic Club 1 2, 3, 4. “i t doesn’t m atter whether you win or lose, i t ’s whetheryou win.” -Donald Trump

I 1 I I I 1

CARL ALFARO

£. Andres: Basketball 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Old. 4 Treas.; Intramural] Staff 2; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2,3; Winter HAP; Homeroom Pres. 2,3; Spirit Comm. 4 Exec.; I Petroc 4; Chess Club J. 2 ,3 ,4 Seer.; Sdence Club 2; Mission Drive Comm. 3,4; Paper & 1 Pen 4; T.V, Studio 1; Oriental Club 1, 2,3,4; Science I Gold Medal; Algebra I Silver Medal; 1 Latin 11 Silver Medal. “Prep makes men out o f boys, ”

JEFFREY ADELUNG


ADRIAN ARCILLA “RON”

RICHARD ARRICALE J. Arceo: Intramurals 2; Swimming 2, 3,4; Honor Pin 3. “Some things go in. Some things go out. Next tim e 'round, I ’l l be a trout. ’’ -Robyn Hitchcock

S. A nigo: Intramurals 1,2,3; Math Club |gb /am no longer a lad a t the institute. ’’

F. Ashe: Tennis 2 Intramurals 1, 2,3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2,3; Spirit Comm. 4; Dance Comm. 3, 4; Chess Club 1 2 Vice-Pres, 3, 4 Pres.; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Emmaus Team; Stage Crew I 2 Prop Master, 3 Lighting, 4 Prod. Mgr.; German Club 2, 3, 4; German Exchange 3; RPG 1 ,2 ,3 . “Maenner haben’s schwer, nehmen’s leicht aussen hart und innen gam weich. Werden als kind schon aufm ann geeicht. ” -Herbert Gronemeyer

FRANK ASHE “FOOTER”

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ANTON BAS

MARK D.R. BAUZON

SAM BIJELIC

J . Baamonde: Intra murals 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2: Computer Club 1, 2 “ I f you keep looking back, you w ill never achieve y o u r goal in life . ”

M. Bauzon: Cross Country I; Indoor Track 1, 2, 4; Outdoor Track 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 2; Homeroom Pres. 1; Science Club 4; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3,4; Volleyball Club 3, 4; Big Brother. “ The grabbing hand, grabs a ll they can, everything counts in large am ounts." ■ Depeche Mode

C. Balcer: Gymnastics 1; HAP; Dance Comm. 2, 3.4; Petroc 3,4: Forensics 3.4; Science Club 2; T.V. Studio 3.4; Computer Club 4; Slavic Club X. “ That’s the news and I am outta here. ” -Dennis M iller, SNL

A . Bas: Indoor Track 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Math Club 1; Science Club 2; Com­ puter Club 1; Bicycle Club 2, 3, 4; Big Brother Program. “ Facts a ll come w ith p oints o f view . . . facts don’t do what I want them to .” * Talking Heads

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CHARLES BALCER

S. B ije lic: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; N.H.S.; Spmt^Committee 3,4; Science Club 1,2: Slavic Club 1,2,3,4: Weightlifting Club 1, It Im here and y o u ’re here, doesn’t th a t m ake it our tim e? A nd certainly there’s nothing wrong w ith having a little feast on our tim e !!’’ J e ff S picoli

JOSE BAAMONDE


ANTHONY ROBERT BLAZINI “ BLA!”

J. Brady: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 2; Ski Club 1,2.3,4; Irish Club 1,2,3,4. “ A m an's stature is no t measured by the length o f h is car b u t by the size o f his h e a rt."

P. Bonavota: Football 1,2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; NHS; Honor Pin 2, 3; Spirit Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4 Exec.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Italian Club 1, 2; Spirit Award 3; Jr. Prom Comm.; Big Brother Exec.; Weightlifting 1, 2, 3. 4; Italian Gold Medal 2; ACL Silver Medal m “ A m an’s fin e st m o m e n t. . . is when he has worked h is heart o u t fo r a good cause and lie s exhausted on the fie ld o f b attle — victorious. ” Vince Lom bardi

CHARLES J. BOGUSZEWSKI

PETER F. BONAVOTA “BONES”

A . Blazini: Football 1; Indoor Track 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra­ murals 1, 2, 3; HAP; Dance Commit­ tee 3,4; Italian Club 1,2,3; Irish Club 1, 2, 3; Mission Drive Committee (3 2; Stage Crew 3. “ I t ’s not the rebel th a t makes the trouble; i t ’s the trouble th a t makes the rebel.’’ James Dean

JAMES A. BRADY S. Bracew ell: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramural Staff 1, 2; HAP; Computer Club 1; Ebony 1, 2. 3, 4; Volleyball Club 3. “ Knowledge reigns supreme over nearly everyone!” KRS 1 BDP

C, Boguszewski: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; NHS: Honor Pin 2. 3; Spirit Comm. 3. 4 Exec.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Petroc 2, 3, 4 Asst. Editor; Spirit Award 3; Eucharistic Minister; Science Club 1, 2; Emmaus Team; Jr. Prom Comm.; Computer Club 1,2, 3,4; Slavic Club 1,2,3, 4; Big Brother; Algebra I Gold Medal; French I Gold Medal; French II Gold Medal; ACL Silver Medal 1, 2. “ What lies behind us and beyond us are triv ia l m atters when compared to what lies w ithin u s.” SAND O BRACEWELL II


JOEL M. BUNO “HOODWINK”

ANDREW BRYANT II “ANDY”

KEVIN BURBANK “BURBS”

J. Buno; Intramurals 1,3; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2,3; Dance Comm. 1; Dramatics 1, 3, 4; Forensics 2, 3, 4; Oriental Club 2, 4; Volleyball Club 3; Big Brother. “Carpe Diem. ”

K Burbank: Football 1, 2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt.; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra­ mural Staff 1, 2, 3; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2,3,4; Irish Club 1, 2,3,4; Science Club 3, 4; Mission Drive Comm. 1; German Club 1, 2, 3,4; Emmaus, “Ich verstehe nicht,"

M. Brady: "It was the thread from which I hung above the abyss I dwell. Taken ju s t like the rest, la te the string and fe ll." One who saw

P. Briones: N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Photogra­ phy 2,3,4; Petrean 3,4; Science Club 2,3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; R.P.G. 2; German Exchange 3 A.A.T.G. German Book Award. /cannot live without books. ” Thomas Jef­ ferson

MATTHEW A. BRADY

A . Bryant: Cross Countiy 1,3,4 Capt.; Indoor Track 1,2,3, 4 Capt.; OutdoorTrack 1, 2, 3,4 Capt.; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2; Intramural Staff 2; H.A.P. 1 2 Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Emmaus Team; T.V. Studio 3; Computer Club 4 Exec. Comm.; Ebony Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Big Brother Exec. Comm. “In order to understand where we are going, we m ust understand where we have been."

PEDRO E. BRIONES


JOSEPH CALIZO

C. Cariaga: Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Honor Pin 2, 3; Dance Comm. 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3,4 Secretary; Emmaus 3; Big Brother. “ The hardest moves are hard . . . ”

KEITH BUCHER “BARNEY RUBBLE”

CRISAN CARIAGA “CRIS”

K. Bucher: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Intramurals i, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Staff 3* 4; Homeroom Pres. 4; Spirit Comm. 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Volleyball Club 3; Slavic club 1, 2, 3 Secretary, 4 Vice Pres.; Theater Club 2; Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4. “ F orsan e t haec olim m em inlsse iuvabit, ”

JEFFERSON CARTANO

J. Carroll: Wrestling 1, 2; Indoor Track 3; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Eucharistic Minister; Dance Comm. 2, 3; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. “ Wait till they get a load o f me. ” Joker

J. Ca/izo: Tennis; Intramurals 1,2 ,3 ,4 Honor Pin 2,3; Forensics 2; Ski Club 1 Volleyball Club 3; Science Club 1, 2 ,3 T.V, Studio 1,2; Guitar Club 4; Oriental Club 2, 3; German Club 2,3 ,4 . " Forsan e t haec o lim m em inisse iuvabit ”

J. Cartano: N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Math Club 1, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 2 ,3,4; Oriental Club i 2, 3,4; German Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Libraiy Club 1 2,3, 4 Vice Pres.; Silver Medal English I; Gold Medal Latin li; Gold Medal German II; Gold Medal Algebra H/Trig. “Good friends are fo r keeps. ”

JAMES CARROLL


BRIAN CHRISTMAN ‘B

NICHOLAS A. CH1ARAVALLOTI

PAUL CONSTANTINO

B. C hristm an: Indoor Track 2,3; Out­ door Track 1 2: Intramurals 1 2, 3; NHS; Honor Pin 3; Eucharistic Minis­ ter; Science Club 1,2,3; Big Brother. ‘‘S low down, y o u ’re doing fine. You can’t be everything you want to be before yo u r tim e. ” B illy Jo e l

P. Constantino: Intramurals 1. 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Staff 2; Spirit Committee 4; Petroc 3; Chess Club 2; Ski Club 4; Italian Club 2, 3; Emmaus Team; Big Brother. " Today is the firs t day o f the rest o f yo u r life .”

H. Chaudhry: Basketball 1,2,4; Out­ door Track 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Intramural Staff 2; Honor Pin 2; HAP; Math club 3; Petroc 2, 4; Science Club 1; T.V. Studio 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 1; Computer Club 1,2,3; Orien­ tal Club 1; Volleyball Club 3. 4; Col­ lectors’ Club 3. “ Forsan e t haec olim m em inisse iuvab it.”

R. Carr: Student Council 2,3; Intramural Staff 1,2; NHS; Honor Pin 2,3; Petroc 2, 3 associate editor. 4 editor in chief; Ski Club 1 2, 3, 4 vice president; Italian Club 3; Irish Club 1, 2; Big Brother ex­ ecutive; English 2 Silver Medal. “ W hat’s a ll the h u rry to show yo u rse lf when yo u ’re succeeding as someone else. ” S cott M ille r

HASEEB CHAUDHRY “H A A S ”

N. C hiaravalloti: Outdoor Track 3, 4; Intramurals 1 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4 capt.; Spirit Comm. 2, 3; Forensics 2, 3,4 Capt.; Italian Club 1,2. 3 Exec. 4; Spirit Award 3; Eucharistic Minister: Science Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Comm.; Petrean 2 ,3 ,4 Editor; T.V. Studio 1, 2. "W e can n o t learn from one another u n til we stop shouting a t one another — u n til we speak q u ie tly enough so th a t our words can be heard as w ell as our voices.” R ichard N ixon RAYMOND CARR


CHRISTOPHER CHMEIL “SH1MMELL”

R. C irm inello: Indoor Track Is Intramur­ als I, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt.; N.H.S.; Senior Prom Comm.; Dance Comm. 2,4; Ski Club 1 ,2 ,3 ,4s Emmaus Team; Mission Drive Comm. 4; Petrean 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; T.V. Studio 1, 2; Computer Club 1 ,2 ,3s Big Brother Exec. " I f you can’t laugh a t yourself, who can you laugh a t? ”

J . Dargan: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4s Hock* ey 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4; Intramural Staff 3; Honor Pin 2; Homeroom Pres. 3, 4s Sen­ ior Prom Comm.; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Irish Club 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 2 ,3 ,4s Emmaus 4s Mission Drive Comm. Is Big Brother Exec.s S.A.D.D. " There’s on ly three people who I adm ire in th is w orld m ore than you, and th a t’s me m yself, and I ! ”

SALVATORE C. CRUPI

RICHARD J. CIRMINELLO “ RICHI”

C. Chattel Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3s Petroc 1, 2, 3; Italian Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Big Brother. “ Never give up; never slow down; never grow old, never die young.” James Taylor

JOSEPH F. DARGAN “JOEY D” S. C rupi: Football 1; Intramurals 1,2, 3* Hockey 4s Homeroom Pres. 3s Ital­ ian Club 1, 2, 3, 4s Slavic Club 4. **The snow is through. The m etal is gone. It is tim e to h it the road." Meta llica

E. Cook; Outdoor Track 1 2 , 3, 4s Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Intramural Staff 2, 3, 4s H.A.P.S Senior Prom Comm.s Dramatics 2; Chess Club 1, 2; Science Club Is T.V. Studio 1 2 3 Vice Pres., 4 Exec.; Computer Club 1,2s German Club 2 .3 ,4s Emmaus 3s German Exchanges RPG 2, 3, 4; Big Brother; Basketball Mgr. 1 " M ost Famous M isconception: Soldiers are n o t fo r war, b u t fo r peace.”

ERIC S. COOK “ER


ARIEL DIMAYA

JASON DELO

STEVEN DUDZINSKI

/?. DeMichele: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2, Chess Club 3, 4; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Club 3, 4; German Club 2,3, 4; Weightlifting Club 2, 3, 4; Emmaus 3. “Improvise, adjust, overcome. ” OSMC

S. Dudzinski: Outdoor Track 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Forensics 2; Chess Chib 3, 4; Science Club 2,4; Paper & Pen 4; Stage Crew 3, 4 T.V. Studio I 3, 4 Exec.; Guitar Club 4 Computer Club 1, 2; Slavic dub 1, 2, 3,4; RPG 1, 2, 3, 4; Rock *N* Roll Club 4; Art Club 4. “Remember, wherever you go, you are al­ ways there. ”

J. Delo: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Petroc 2; SW Club 4; Irish Club 1, 2 ,3 ,4; Slavic Club 3,4; National Merit Program. “Life ... is a tale told by an id io t filled with sound and fury signifying nothing." •W, Shakespeare

A. Dimaya: Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2 ,3,4; Gymnastics 1; Intramural Staff 2,3; HAP; Math Club 1, 2; Ski Club 2; French Club 3; Computer Club 1,2,3; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-Pres; Rock ’N’ Roll Club 4; Bicycle Club 1, 2,3. “Forsan et haec olim meminisse iubavit."

RALPH J. DeMICHELE

J. DeCegUe: Wrestling 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Student Cncl. 3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Senior Prom Comm.; Dance Comm. 3,4; Petroc 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3,4; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Amer. Society 4; Stage Crew 3,4; Modeling Club 3,4; Karate Club 4; Volleyball Club 3,4; Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4. “Give me a Firm place to stand and I w ill move the earth. ”

JOSEPH A. DeCEGUE “JOE FLEX”


JOHN DUNPHY “THE DCNF”

iM . Farinola: Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Staff 1,2 ,3 ; Homeroom Pres. 1, 2; Spirit Comm. 1, 2; Senior Prom Comm. 4; Petroc I, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2.3,4 Secretary; Italian Club 1,2,3,4; Irish Club 1,2,3, 4 Vice Pres.; French Club 1,2; Latin American Society 4; Computer Club 1, 2, 3; Volleyball Club 1, 2, 3; Emmaus 3. “i f I could go back again, somehow, f wouldn’t change a ll that much, knowing what I know now. ” B illy Joe!

CHRISTOPHER J. DEMONDO “C.Ji"

ANDREW EDWARDS “ANDY”

C. DeMondo: Indoor Track 2, 3,4; Out­ door Track 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; T.V. Studio 3; Big Brother 4; Collector’s Club 2,3, 4 President; Emmaus 3; Rock ’IH’ Roll Club 4. “Cheeseburger - cheeseburger - cheese­ burger. No flie s - chips. No Coke Pepsi. ” John Belushi

DAVID E1SENBACH A. Edwards: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Intramural Staff 2,3; Math Club 1, 2; Homeroom Pres. 1; Ski Club 1, 2; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 2, 4; Volleyball Club 3, 4; Library Club 4; Emmaus 3. “I f you see someone without a smile, give him one o f yours. ”

J. Dunphy: Football 2 Trainer; Intramu­ rals 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Pres. 3; Chess Club 1; CoDector’s Club 2, 3, “ The grass is in the backyard, Dad”

D. Eisenbach; Intramurals I 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3 Exec., 4 Pres.; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 1; Forenslcs 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mission Drive Comm. 3,4; Stage Crew 4; German Club 2,3,4; AATG Finalist 3; ACL Latin Examination 1, 2; Emmaus 3; Commended Merit Scholar. “Wheither we shall meet again I know not. Therefore our everlasting farewell take . . . I f we do meet again, why, we shall sm ile; i f not, why then this parting was well made. William Shakespeare I. MARTIN FARINOLA “PARTY MARTY”

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GARTH FERRANTE

ARNOLD FIGCJERAS

KENNETH F. FERRANTE “KENNY”

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G .Ferrante: “ Forsan ethaec olim mem inisse iu va b it.”

M. Figueroa: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2, 3; ForensJcs 4: Italian Club 3, 4; Latin American Society 4; Science Club 4; Slavic Club; ACL Lat­ in Exam Silver Medal 1, 2. “ Vida sin am igo, m uerte sin testigo. ” (Life w ithout a friend, death w ithout a w itness) George H erbert

A . Figueras: Intramurals I 2, 3; Bowl­ ing 2, 3: Honor Pin 3; Dance Comm. 3,4; French Club 3; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Big Brother 4; Emmaus 3; Library Club 4. “ You’re wondering what to do, now you know this is the end. "

J. D i Foglio: Football 2, 3, 4; Intramur­ als 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Honor Pin 2; Spirit Committee 2; Senior Prom Committee; Forensics 1; Big Brother Program; Emmaus 3; Spirit Award 3; Mission Drive Committee 1,2, executive 3, 4. “ We live a little , we love a little and we learn a lo t."

K. Ferrante: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball Announcer 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Spirit Award 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Spirit Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 executive: Senior Prom Committee; Irish Club 2, 3, 4; Petrean 2, 3 sports editor, 4; Emmaus 3; Weightlifting 1. 2, 3, 4. “ A true champion is one who works h is hardest when no one is lo o kin g .” Vince Lom bardi


S. Fojas: NHS; Football 2, 3, 4; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; treasurer; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4: Emmaus 3; Computer Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 3. “ Life is too short . . . ju s t lik e some o f us.”

J Francesco: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; In­ tramurals J 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Italian Club 2, 3,4; Irish 2, 3, 4; Slav­ ic Club 3, 4. “ Forsan e t haec olim mem inisse iu ­ v a b it ”

R. Ficken: Outdoor Track 2; Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramural Staff 1.2.3, 4; Modeling Club 4; Volley­ ball Club 4; Big Brother. “ The man th a t m akes no m istakes makes nothing a t a ll."

D. Gaines: Football 1 Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 2, 4; Computer Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Ebony Club 1. 2, 3. 4 President. “ Forsan e t haec olim m em inisse iu ­ v a b it.”

L. Franco: Tennis 1; Student Council 4; Honor Pin 2; Homeroom Pres.; Spirit Comm. 4; Dramatics 2, 3; Forensics 1, 2, 3 chief of staff; Chess Club 1, 2; Spirit Award 3; Science Club 2; Emmaus Team; Mission Drive Comm. 3; German Club 2, 3; Big Brother. “ You g otta do w hat you g otta do .”


MICHAEL GARNER “MIKE”

ROBERT GEISLER

GLEN J. GERON “GERONIMO”

M. Gal: Intramurals 1,2,3; Swimming 11 2, 3, 4; SW Club 3; Emmaus 3; Slavic Club 1, 2. FORSATi ET HAEC OLW MEMINISSE IOVABIT.”

R. Geisler: Basketball 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1,2,3,4 Capt.; Homeroom Pres. 3;|J Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Irish I 2,3,4; Science Club t, 2, 3,4; Emmaus Team. “A brother is a better defense than a strong city, and a friend is like the bars o f a castle, Proverbs 18:19

A. Galan: Dramatics 3,4; Forensics 2,3, 4; Computer Club 4; German Club 2,3. “Oh! do I have JOG?”

<3. Geron: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Dramatics 3,4; Forensics 2,3 Capt. 4; Emmaus 3; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gold Medal 3 Spanish II. “ To thine own se lf be true." William Shake­ speare

ALEXANDER GALAN

M. Gamer: Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Vice Pres. 4; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Mission Drive Comm. 1, 2; T.V. Studio 1; Guitar Club 2; Computer Club 1, 2, 3; Slavic club 1, 2 ,3 ,4 . "Don’t worry, IT do it tomorrow. ”

MICHAEL ANTONI GAL

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M. Greeley: Tennis 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Honor Pin 2; Homeroom Pres. 2; Irish Club 1, 2, 3,4; Eucharistic Minister; Emmaus Team; T.V. Studio 1; Big Brother Executive. “Everybody has a dream. This is m y dream - my own . . . " B illy Joe!

j M. Gomey: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball i 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Spirit Committee Executive 4; Irish Club 2, 3, 4; Emmaus Team; Slavic Club 3,4; Weightlifting Club 1, I 2, 3,4; Henchman; Big Brother, j “I ’d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints; the sinners are much more fun.” B illy Joe!

S. Ghali: Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Spirit Committee 3, Executive 4; Irish Club 3, 4; French Club 2,3,4; Science Cub 1,2; Emmaus Team; Big Brother; Weightlift­ ing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. “ We stoop so low to reach so high. 1 112

A. Guma: Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Italian 1,2; Irish Club 1; Slavic Club X, 2. “ Forsan e t haec o lim m em inesse iuvabit."

A. Goff: Tennis 2 i Captain 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Homeroom Pres. 2; Italiam Club 2, 3, 4; Latin American Society 4; Volleyball Club 3, 4; library Club 4; Big Brother. “Love, peace, harm ony. . . very nice, but maybe in the next world!” The Smiths


DANIEL GRONDA “D A N ”

BRIAN M. HAMPTON “HAMMY”

R. H am ilton: Cross Country 1; Tennis 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1 N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Forensics 2, 3, 4; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Eucharistic Minister; Sci­ ence Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4. “ Seize the day.”

K. Grieshaber: Wrestling 4; Intramurais I, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Senior Prom Committee 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Petroc 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1. 2; Emmaus 4; Mission Drive Committee 2, 3, 4: Petrean 3; German Club 2, 3. “ Roy Orbison sang about the great m y­ stery, the only one th a t m atters: love, where there is no solution, only eternal hope. ” Richard Sasson

B. Ham pton: Intramurais 1 2 3; Baseball 3; Forensics 1; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Eucharistic Minister; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; T.V, Studio 3; Com­ puter Club 4. “ Success is failure turned inside out. I

R. Gutierrez: Indoor Track 1, 2; Outdoor Track I Intramurais I, 2, 3, 4; Gymnas­ tics 1; Dance Comm. 1. 2, 3, 4; Latin American Society 4; Volleyball Club 4; Emmaus 3; Mission Drive Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 1; Computer Club 1,2, 3; Oriental Club 4; Ebony Club 4. “ I t is better to be sile n t and to be thought as a fo o l than speak and prove them rig h t. ”

RICHARD GUTIERREZ “GUTER”

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RICHARD HAMILTON “STRETCH”

D. Gronda: Football 1,2, 3; Capt. 4; Wrestling 1 Capt. 2, 3, 4; Intramurais 1,2, 3.4; Student Council 3; Intramural Staff 1 2; Math Club 1, 2; Photography Club 2, 3; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Slavic Club 1,2, 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Pres.; Weightlifting Club 1 2, 3, 4. “ W inning is n ’t a some-of-the-time-thing, i t is an aU-of-the-tim e-thing." R.H.

KEVIN GRIESHABER “GRIES”


TIM HAWKES T-HAWK

M. lo rio : Outdoor Track I: Intramurals 1, 2; Emmaus Team; Mission Drive Comm. 3,4; Stage Crew 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; RPG 1, 4. “ The great th in g in th is w orld is no t so much where we are, b u t in w hat direc­ tion we are m oving.” O live r Wendall Holmes

STEPHEN R. HENNIS “MENACE”

DAVID HERNANDEZ “ DAVE”

S. Hennis: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Hock­ ey 4; NHS; Honor Pin 2,3; Math Club 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Emmaus 3; Ger­ man Club 2, 3; RPG; Silver Medal Latin 1; ACL Latin Silver Medal 1, 2; Silver Medal Geometry. “ J u s t do it ! ’’ H ike

MICHAEL P. IORIO T. Hawkes: Football 3,4; Wrestling 2,3, 4 Capt.; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS; Honor Pin 2, 3, Irish Club I, 2, 3, 4; Eucharistic Minister; Science Club 1, 2; Slavic Club 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3. 4. "Forsan e t haec o lim m em inisse iuvab it.”

D. Hernandez: Intramurals 3; Honor Pin 2; Computer Club 4. “ i f you want it y o u ’re gonna bleed, b u t th a t’s the price you p a y.” Guns and Roses

W. Hoffm an: Football 1, 2, 3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Student Cncl. 2, 3 Exec., 4 Vice Pres.; NHS; Honor Pin 2; Weightlifting i, 2, 3, 4; Big Brother; English 1Gold Medal; Greek 1 Gold Medal; Italian II Gold Medal; A.P. U.S. History Gold Medal. “ O ther people see things and say “ w hy?” B u t I dream things th a t never were, and I say “ why n o t? ’’. George Bernard S haw /JFK

W LL AM J. HOFFMAN


HERMAN JIMENEZ “HERN”

C. lo tio : Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim­ ming 4 Manager; Ski Club 2; Italian Club 2,3)4; Irish Club 2,3,4; Computer Club 3; Big Brother; Emmaus 3. “You takes a chance with new begin­ nings, but still we try, win or lose.” Van Halen

D. Jaworski: Indoor Track 1; Outdoor Track 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4 Capt; Senior Prom Comm. 4; Petrean 4; Computer Club 4; German Club 2, 3; Volleyball Club 3, 4; R.P.G. 1, 2, 3, 4. “ We need 'one day” ’

H. Jimenez: Cross Countiy 3, 4; Out­ door Track 2,3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 2, 3; Photography Club 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4. “Punctuality is the virtue o f the bored, ” Eveiyn Waugh

R. Ickian: Football I , Wrestling 2,3; Indoo Track 4; Intramurals 1, 2,3, 4; Baseball 2 3,4; Homeroom Pres 2, 4; Petroc 4; Chesi Club; Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4; Italian Club 2, 3 4; Irish Club 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 3,4 Slavic Club 1, 2. “Forsan et haec oiim meminisse iuvabit. ‘

DOMENIC JAWORSKI “REX”

C. Kaiser: Wrestling 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1 2; Soccer 1; Intramurals Staff 1, 2; Petroc A Ski Club 2, 4; Science Club 1, 2; German Club 1, 2, 4. “A flute with no holes is not a flute, bu t a doughnut with no hole is a danish. ” Chevy Chas

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RICHARD ICKLAN “IKE”


JOHN LAROSA

J. LaRosa: Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 1, 2; Intramurais 2, 3; Honor Pin 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Emmaus 3. “ Talk, i f you must, o f the ones that got away, but not o f the one that didn’t. ”

JOHN LESHIK

MATTHEW LECOWITCH

M. Lecowitch: Tennis 2, 3, 4; Intramu rals 1, 2, 3; Slavic Club 2. “Our hour has yet to come . . . ”

JOHNNY LIM J. Leshik: Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1; Slavic Club 1; Collecteds Club 4; Art Club 4. I “D on't hide what you feel inside. Don’t let Ianyone stand in your way. Just le t the music j take you higher. ” Whitesnake

M. Lindemon: Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Dramatics 3; Forensics 2, 3; German Club 2, 3; Art dub 4. “ That’s a ll folks!”

J. Urn: Intramurais 1,2; Student Council 4; N.H.S. 4; Honor Pin 2,3; Chess Club 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3; Art Editor 4; Paper & Pen 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, Prop-master 4; Oriental Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club Co-President 2, 3, 4; Silver Medal Science 1; Gold Medal iGeometry; Gold Medal French II. ;“ You counter despair with hope. You strive forever fo r the bestyou are capable to be. Therein Jies victory. ” MATTHEW UNDEMON


GEORGE LOSCH “ GIG”

RADLEY R. M AC ALIN TAL “ RAD”

CHRISTIAN JOSEPH MARTIN “ THE .BRAINIAC"

M. L ui: Volleyball Club 3, 4; Oriental Club 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: T.V. Studio 3,4; Science Club 2,3,4 Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Slavic Club 2 Ebony Club 4. “ Life is ju s t lik e a game, so enjoy it ! ”

R. M acalintal: Indoor Track I 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 3: Chess Club I. Secr./Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Emmaus Team; Oriental Club 1 2, 3. 4. “ The w orld is divided in to people who do things and people who ge t credit. Try, i f you can, to belong to the firs t class. There's fo r less com petition.”

G. Lusch: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Hockey 1 2. 3, 4 Captain; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Homeroom President 3; Computer Science Gold Medal. “ Whatever i t ta ke s." -Ken Such

C. M a rtin : Football 1 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnas­ tics 1; Intramural Staff 2; Homeroom Pres. 2; Ski Club 1 2 Sec., 3 Treas., 4 Exec. Coordinator: Italian Club 1,2; Vol­ leyball Club 3, 4; Computer Club I 2. “ What lies behind us, and what lies be­ fore us, are tin y m atters compared to what lies w ithin us. ” -Emerson

MICHAEL LtilPERSBECK

M. Luipersbeck: Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Student Cncl. 2 Baseball 3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Petroc 2, 3, 4 Editor; Forensics 2, 3, 4; Eucharistic Minister; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Emmaus Team; Mission Drive Comm. 3,4; German Club 2, 3, 4; German Exchange 2; Latin I Silver Medal; World Civ. Silver Medal; German II Gold Medal; Alg. It/Trig Silver Medal. “ It doesn’t ge t any better than th is ." MICHAEL LU


MICHAEL M. M A R A VILLA “ FARM H OUSE"

W. M artin: Outdoor Track 2, 3: Intramur­ als 1. 2; Honor Pin 1 2; Spirit Commit­ tee 4; Dance Committee 1 2; Irish Club 2. 3; Science Club 1, 2; Emmaus Team 4; Guitar Club 1 2, 3, 4; Big Brother; Jazz Ensemble 4. “M y weakness is m y in se cu rity . . . m y strength is m y determ ination-I ju s t want to keep g e ttin g b e tte r.” — Randy Rhoads

WALTER JOHN MARTIN ■WALT"

DONALD MARGARITONDA

M. M atias: H.A.P.; Dance Comm. 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Club 3, 4; Petrean 2; T.V. Studio 3; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Emmaus 3. “ I ju s t can’t get enough, I ju s t can’t g e t enough" -Depeche Mode

MITCHELL M ATIAS "M IT C H " M. M aravitta: Honor Pin 2; Dance Com­ mittee 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Com­ puter Club 4; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3. “For every piece o f fa ilu re weighed, is success and trium ph p a id .”

D. M argaritonda: Football I. 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Indoor Track 3; Intra­ murals 1, 2. 3,4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3: Italian Club 2, 3; Science Club 2,3; Petrean 3. “ Q uitters never win and winners nev­ er quit. ”

I S. M ariniello: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, Capt. 4; Baseball 3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 3; Senior Prom Comm. 4; Eucharistic Minister; Emmaus Team; j Mission Drive Committee 3,4; Computer Club 3, 4; RPG 1,2.3.4; Volleyball Club 3, | 4; Big Brother. I; “ These are the tim es to hold on to ’cause we won’t although we’ll want to. • B illy | Joel SH ANNO N MARINIELLO “ SAUCE”


JOSEPH MENDEZ

BERNARD MERCADO

GERARD BENJAMIN K. MERCADO

G. Mercado: Computer Club 4; Oriental Club 4; Library Club 4. “Learning is finding out whatyou already know. Doing is demonstrating that you know it . ”

B. Mercado: Intramurals 1, 2; HAP; Chess Club 2; Science Club 1, 2* 3, 4; Radio Club 1; Guitar Club 4; Computer Club 1,2; Rock ’n Roll Club 4; Honorable Mention 2, “ft’s a long way from the bottom and a short j way from the top. Now that m y ship '5 rotted in, f a in 't gonna stop. *" Taime Downe

J. Mendez: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra­ mural Staff 1,2,3; Dance Committee 1, 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3,4 President; Italian Club 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 4; T.V. Studio 2, 3, 4. “People who live in <g lass houses shouldn’t throw stones . . . ”

B. McMullen: Football 1*2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3,4; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3. “I t doesn’t m atter i f this a iishatters, nothing lasts forever. B ut I ’m praying that we are staying together. ” Depeche Mode

BRIAN McMCILLEN “McSMOOGLEN”

J. Mayo: Wrestling 3 ,4{ Outdoor Track 2; Gymnastics 1; Homeroom Pres, 4; Dance Comm, 2,3,4; Science Club 1,2; Mission Drive Comm. 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 4; Oriental Club 1,2.3,4; Ebony Club 2,4; Modeling Club 4; Volleyball Club 3,4; Rock ’n Roll Club 4; Library Club Ji 2, 3, 4 Pres.; Art Club 4. “ Talent is whatyou possess; genius is whatpossesses you.” Malcolm Cowley

JOSE MAYO


JOHN MIELO

R. Milkiewicz: Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 2, 3; Slavic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; RPG 1, 2, 3, 4; Collector’s Club 3, 4. “D on't wasteyour tim e always searching for those wastedyears butrealize you 're living in ‘ the golden years. ” -Iron Maiden

PETER M. MERGUS “TAKI”

SVETISLAV MILIC “STEVE”

C. Montgomery: Football 4; Wrestling 1 Intramurais 1, 2, 3. 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3 Homeroom Pres. 3; Spirit Comm. 3, 4 Dance Comm. 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2; Irish Club 3; Emmaus Team 4; Mission Drive Comm. ]; Paper & Pen 4. “ Waka, waka, waka , ., ” -Fozzie Bear

CHRISTOPHER M. MONTGOMERY “MOOSE” S. M ilic: Football 1; Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt.; intramural Staff 3, 4; Honor Pin 3; Homeroom Pres. 4; Senior Prom Comm.; Sdence Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Slavic Club 1,2,3,4 Secretary; Big Brother. “Forsan et haec olim meminisse iubavit."

J. Mielo: Tennis 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3; Honor Pin 2; Science Club 1,2; German Club 2, 3, 4. “Unfortunately, a lo t o f idiotic behavior isn’t punishable by law. ” - Tony Assenza

P. Mergus: Football 1, 2; Indoor Track 1, 2; Outdoor Track 1, 2; Outdoor Track 1; ■:Intramurais 1, 2, 3; Student Cncl. 3 Exec., 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Dramatics 3, 4; Paper & Pen 2,3,4; T.V. Studio 1,2; Ebony Club 1,2,3,4; Modeling Club 2,3; Big Brother, Exec; Rock ’N’ Roll Club 4. : “Early to finish, I was late to start, I m ight be an adult, I ’m a m inor a t heart. ” -Minor Threat

RAYMOND MILKIEWICZ


KINGSTON W.Y. MOY “KING”

JAM ES NADOLSKI, JR. “ SID”

PAUL MULCAHY “ PRIME TIME”

P M ulcahy: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas­ ketball 2, 4; Intramurals 2; Baseball 2,4; Intramural Staff 3; Homeroom Pres. 3; Italian Club 2,3; Irish Club 1. 2, 4, Pres, 3; Slavic Club 2, 3: Ebony Club 2, 3, 4; Rock ’N’ Roll Club 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 2, 3, 4. “ Yes, Paul, you are g re a t"

J. N adolski: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Hon­ or Pin 2; Homeroom Pres. 3; Spirit Comm. 3, 4; Ski Club 1 4; Science Club I, 2; Slavic Club 1, 2, 3, Treas.; Ebony Club 4; Volleyball Club 3, 4. “ Welt m y feet they fin a lly took ro o t in the earth, b u t I g o t me a nice little place in the s ta rs ." Bruce Springsteen

D. M onisera: Football 1; Wrestling 1; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Staff 3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 2, 3, 4t Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Emmaus 3; Big Brother Exec; Base­ ball Silver Medal. ‘7 w ouldn’t bet against m e.” Roy Hobbs

K. M oy: Indoor Track 3; Tennis 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Comm, 1, 2, 3, 4 Exec.; Emmaus 3; Petrean 3; Computer Club 1, 2; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Modeling Ciub 3, 4 Exec.; Volley­ ball Club 3, 4; Big Brother. “ Do yo u r tim e, pay yo u r dues, and get outta here."

DAVID E. MONISERA “ THE N A T U R A L ”

R. M orabe: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2 Mgr.; Honor Pin 2, 3; H.A.P.; Dance Comm. 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Mission Drive Comm, 3; Petrean 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3; Library Club 3, 4 Pres.; Rock ‘N’ Roll Club 4; Big Brother. “ I d o n 't settle fo r less b u t only the b e st.” RICHARD A N TH O N Y DE VILLA MORABE


P. N estor: Cross Country 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Homeroom Pres. 4; Irish Club 1,2.3.4; Science Club 2,3, 4; Emmaus Team; Mission Drive Comm. 4; Computer Club 4: Volleyball Club 3? Big Brother 4. “ I d o n 't th in k i t w ill a ffect his m o b ility. E lectrical storm s m ig h t be a problem .” J e ff Torborg

K. N apoli: Wrestling 1.2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2,4; Italian Club 1. 2; Latin American Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Emmaus Team; Petrean 3. “A leader has the vision and conviction th a t a dream can be achieved. He in ­ spires the pow er and energy to g e t it done. ” Ralph Lauren

K. Nippes: Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4; Capt.; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Coun­ cil 2; Intramural Staff 2; Mission Drive Comm. 1 Chairman 2,3, 4; Pe­ trean 3.4 Editor in Chief; Big Brother Exec.; SADD. Spirit Award 2; Eucha­ ristic Minister “ You’ve g o t to cry w ithout weeping, ta lk w ithout speaking: scream w itho u t raising yo u r voice,” 112

J. N orton: Intramurals 1; NHS; Hon­ or Pin 2.3; Irish Club 2,3; Petrean 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 3. “ C lim b high, clim b fa r; yo u r goal the sky, yo u r aim the star. " H opkins Me* m ortal

|j J. Narvaez: Cross Country 2; Outdoor Track 1,2 Intramurals 1,2,3.4; NHS; Honor I Pin 2,3; Math Club 3,4; Dance Comm. 2.3; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2,3, | 4; Paper and Pen 4; Stage Crew 2,3; Computer Club 1, 2,3,4; Oriental Club 1.2,3. | : 4; Big Brother; Presidential Scholarship; Spanish I Gold Medal: Biology Gold Medal; English II Gold Medal; English III Gold Medal. “ Men o f few words are the best men. ” Shakespeare


JONATHAN C. O ’DONNELL

OSCAR OYOLA “GREASE”

SEAN O ’DONNELL

O. Oyola: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Gymnas­ tics 1; Swimming I, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; Ski dub 4; Latin Ameri­ can Society 4; Science Club 4; Computer Club 4, "F orsa n e t haec o lim m em inisse iuvabit "

J. O'Donnell: Student Council 4; Honor Pin 2; Dramatics 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4 Pres.; Ski Club 1,4; Irish Club 1,2,3,4; Mission Drive Comm. 2, 3, 4; Ebony Club 4; Harvard Model Congress 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Big Brother. “ Wisdom is like the dew that nourishes the tree o f knowledge. ” Sr. FordeOone

S. O’Donnell: RPG 1, 2 “ Forsan e t haec o lim m em inisse iuvabit."

K . O'Connor: Chess Club 1; Ebony Club 2, 3 ,4 ; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3,4; Stage Crew 4; Outdoor Track 2; Intra­ murals 2, 3; RPG 1, 2. 3, 4. “Money never sleeps. This is your wake up call, it ’s time to go to work. ”

ROBERT O ’CONNOR “WALLY”

ft. O’Connor: Basketball 1,,2 3,4 Capt.; intramurals 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2,3.4; Gymnastics | j|; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Math Club 1,3,4; Homeroom Pres. 1; Senior Prom Comm. 4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Irish Chib 1,2,3,4; Eucharistic Minister; Mission Drive Comm.; Slavic Club 1, 2. “ We made a promise we swore we’d always remember no retreat, no surrender, ” Bruce \ Springstein

KEITH O ’CONNOR


M. O’Gorman: Cross Country 1,3,4; Tennis 3, 4; Soccer 2; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; gghess Club 4; SW Ciub 1, 2,3, 4;Irish Club 2, 3, 4; Eucharistic Minister; Science Ciub 1, 2, 3, 4; German Ciub 2, 3; Biology Silver Medal. “ They said i t couldn’t be done, but some­ times it doesn’t always work out that way, ” Casey Stengel

V. Page; Tennis 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2 intramurais 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 2, 3 Dance Committee 4; Chess Club 1,2,4 Oriental club 3,4. “Let’s get busy!" Arsenio Hall

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C. Perkins: Basketball 2; Outdoor Track 1; Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; T.V. Studio 2. “Imagination is more im portant than knowiedge.” Albert Einstein

A. Pascuiii: intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2,3,4; Honor Pin 2; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Volleyball 3. “ Wait till they get a load o f me. ” The Joker

I I I I

B. Pawlowski: Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Petroc 4; Dramatics 4; Forensics 2, 3,4; Chess Club 4; Sdence Club 2,4; Emmaus Team; Mission Drive Comm; Paper and Pen; Computer Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Collectors Club 4; R.P.G. Club 1, 2. “ Welcome to where tim e stands still, no one leaves and no one will. ’’ Metallica


i. s c o r r p r c j s k o •s c o o t e r -’

TIM POPPE

K. Pidane: Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Honor Pin 2, 3; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Com­ puter Club 1; Emmaus. “A peaceful coexistence is dropping out o f sig h t so band together, togeth­ er we w ill fig h t. ’’ O ve rkill

JOSEPH A N TH O N Y RAMOS “THE BEAR’1

W. P iatkow ski: Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; H.A.P.; Science Club 1, 2. 3; Slavic Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Rock ’N’ Roll Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Collec­ tor’s Club 2. 3, 4. “Because he was human, because he had goodness, because he was m oral, they called him insane,” Rush

KWH M P I D A N t

T, Poppe: Football 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3. 4; Irish Club 2, 3, 4: T.V. Studio 2, 3. “ Hasta Luego! A d io s! Take care ev­ eryone. ’’

J.S . P rusko: Football I, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Outdoor Track 2. 3; Photography Club 1; French Club 2; Slavic Club 1, 4; Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3. 4. “ To m y friends: I ’ll always be here fo r you, even i f we're oceans a p a rt Thanks fo r the m em ories.”

J, Ramos: Wrestling 1, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 1; Bowling 1,2 Co-Captain. Captain 3,4; Intramural Staff 3; H.A.P.; Dance Committee 1. 2. 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Oriental Club 1, 2, 3. 4 President; Volleyball Club 3, 4. ‘‘What w ill be, w ill be”

WALTER P I AT KO W SK I


J. Reed: Indoor Track 4; Outdoor Track 4; intramurals 1.2,3,4; Intramural Staff 3,4; Spirit Committee 4 Executive; Sci­ ence Club 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Eb­ ony club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President. "Greed, fo r la ck o f a better word, is good. ” Gordon Gekko: W all S treet

S. P rato: Collectors’ Club 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 4. “ M y name is A lex K eaton.”

L. Redondo: Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Bowl­ ing 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS; Honor Pin 3; HAP; Dance Committee 3, 4; Chess Club I, 2, 3; Science Club 4; Computer Club 2; Ori­ ental Club 1 2 ,3,4; Volleyball Club 3,4. “ I t ’s not the size o f the wave, b u t the m otion o f the ocean. ”

R. R ivera: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; HAP: Chess Club 1; Latin American Soci­ ety 2; Computer Club 4; Collectors’ Club 2, 3, 4 vice president. “ Success is the key to success!”

H. Rashid: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS; Honor Pin 2, 3; Dance Comm. 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3,4; Petrean 3,4 Senior Editor; T.V. Studio 1.2,3 Exec. 4; Computer Club 1 2, 3, 4; Oriental Club 4; Volleyball Club 4; RPQ 1, 2, 3, 4. “ A sound m ind in a sound body is the perfection o f human b lis s .” E pictitus


ARJCJNE MARCEL SAMLALL

CHRISTOPHER RUTKOWSKI

C. Rutkowski: Honor Pin 2: Science Club 1, 2, 3,4; Radio Club 1; Computer Club 4; Slavic Club 1,4; German Club 4; RPG 3,4; Libraiy Club 4 “ Venj, vidi, vici. ” Julius Caesar

THOMAS SANTIAGO

T. Santiago: Football 1; Indoor Track 2; Outdoor Track 1 ,2 ,3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Student Cncl. 3,4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Spirit Comm. 4 Exec.: Senior Prom Comm; Forensics 2,3, 4; Emmaus Team; Ebony Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4, “Best o f fortune be with you, friends. And may the blessings ever be yours. ”

MICHAEL RUSIGNUOLO A. Sam/all: Tennis 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; HAP; Petroc 2; Emmaus 3: Paper & Pen 4; l.V . Studio 3; Library Club 4; Big Brother. "A teacher affects eternity; he can never te ll where his influence stops.'' Heniy Adam

fll. Rusignuolo: Cross Country 1,2,3; Intra­ murals 2. 3; Honor Pin 2. 3; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Paper & Pen 4; Computer Club 4; RPG 1 2, 3, 4 Seer.; Silver Medal English JH, “ When everything is said and done, there is always a lo t more said than done. ” Alfred E. Newman

P. Romero: Cross Country 1, 2; Outdoor Track I 2; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Student Cnd. 3,4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2; Math Club 1,2, 3,4; Homeroom Pres. 2; Senior Prom Comm.; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Treas.; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Irish Club 3. 4; Latin American Society 1, 2, 3, 4 President; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3; Volleyball Club 3; S.A.D.D.; Big Brother Exec.; Emmaus 3. ,S ometimes the only way out is a risky business."

PETER ROMERO


PACIL SCALIA “SCALZ”

W. Scott: Basketball 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Intramural Staff 2,3; ■Honor Pin 2, 3; Petroc 3, 4; Ski Club I, 2, 3,4; Treasurer 3,4; Irish Club 1,2,3,4; Big iBrother; Computer Club 1; Slavic Club 1. f"S it CIBU S i t . . . . good dog. ”

JOSEPH SCAFIDI

ANTHONY SCARDIGNO

J. Scafidi: Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3, 4 Captain; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. “Nice guys may finish last, but a t least they finish. ”

EDWARD SCHROEDER

P. Scalia: Wrestling 1, 2; Outdoor Track 3; [Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Dance Committee 1; Italian Club 1, 2, 3. i“AH, Piason, what's the difference?”

A. Scardigno: H.A.P. 3, 4; Dance Com­ mittee 4; Ski Club 3,4; Italian Club 3,4; Science Club 3; Computer Club 3, 4. “Upon us a ll a little rain m ust fall. ” Led Zeppelin

E. Schroeder: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student Cncl. 2; Honor Pin 2; [Homeroom Pres. 1; Spirit Comm. 1; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Irish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball i Club 3; Mission Drive Comm. 1; Slavic Club 1, 2, 3,4; German Club 1,2,3,4; Weightlifting : Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Big Brother Executive. [ "Freedom, when not attached to fam ily or community, is pretty useless. ” Bruce Springsteen

WALTER SCOTT


O. S iddig: Intramurais 1, 2, 3: Honor Pin 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; T.V. Stu­ dio 3, 4; Computer Club I 2; Oriental Club 4. “ H ard work always pays off. ”

J. Sheehan: “ Forsan et haec olim mem inise Iu v a b it."

D. Slane: Football I. Wrestling 3, 4; In­ tramurais 1. 2, 3; Baseball 1, 3; Home­ room President I, 2; Irish Club 2, 3, 4; Mission Drive Committee 1, 2, 3. “ You’re only young once b u t you can be im m ature fo re ve r."

M. Sheikh: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; T.V. Studio 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Club 1, 2. “Forsan et haec olim mem inisse iuva­ b it.”

A . Shahzad: Intramurais 1, 2. 3; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; T.V. Studio 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Big Brother; Chemistry Silver Medal; A.P. History Silver Medal. “ Take calculated risks. That is quite d ifferent from being ra s h ." George Patton


J. Strangeway: Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S.; Honor Pin 2, 3; Homeroom Pres. 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-Pres.; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club I. 2, 3, 4; R.P.G. 1. 2, 3. 4 Vice-Pres.; German Exchange; Chemistry Silver Medal. “ The dawn o f our lives is over, the day is beginning. Let us liv e our lives to the fu lle st u n til the tw ilig h t.”

I. Soto: Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurais 1; Soccer Manager 3, 4; Gymnastics 1; H.A.P.: Dance Comm. 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mission Drive Comm. 1,2, 4; Stage Band 3,4. “ Forsan et haec olim meminisse iu ­ va b it.”

C. S m ith: Outdoor Track 1; Gymnastics ll Honor Pin 2; Dance Committee 3, 4; Dramatics 3,4; Italian Club 2; Petrean 3, 4; Paper and Pen 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 3, 4; Guitar Club 4; Art Club President 2, 3, 4; Latin 1 Gold Medal. " Forsan e t haec o lim m em inisse iuva­ b it.”

R. Sugrue: Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Irish Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Sci­ ence Club 4; T.V. Studio 1, 2. “ Forsan e t haec olim mem inisse iu ­ va b it.”

M, Stefano: Intramurais 1, 2. 3. 4; Soccer 1, 2; Intramurais 1, 2. 3, 4; Dance Comm. 1 2, 3, 4 Exec.; Petroc 2; Dramatics 2; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Italian Club 1,2, 3, 4; Petrean 1, 2, 3, 4; T.V. Studio 4; R.P.G. 1. 2, 3, 4; Big Brother. “ Life is lik e a ro lle r coaster, i t ’s fu ll o f ups and downs. ”


TIMOTHY TAVOLARA

LEONARDO TRASANDE “LENNY”

JOHN BRIAN TREANOR

J. Treanor: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1, 2,4; Intramurals 3, 4; Irish Club 4; Science Club 2, 3,4; Com­ puter Club 3, 4; Slavic Club 1, 2, 4; Collector’s Club 2, 3, 4; Emmaus 3. “ The further behind you fall, the more tim e you have to make it up. ”

L, Trasande: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS, Honor Pin 2,3; Math Club 3.4; Homeroom Vice Pres. 4? Forensics 2,3,4; Science Club| 4; Computer Club 1, 4; Slavic Club 1; Ger­ man Club 2, 3, 4; RPG 4; Emmaus 3 German Exchange 3; Silver Medal Geome­ try; National Hispanic Scholar Awards Pro­ gram Semi-finalist; National Science Merit ‘ Awifir. “Life is a series o f hellos and goodbyes, I ’m afraid it ’s time to say goodbye again." B illy ’'3o& ■

A . Syed: Indoor Track 2; Outdoor Track 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Honor Pin 2,3; Dance Committee 3; Photography Club 1; T.V. Studio 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 1, 2, 3. “Perserverence commands success.

T. Tavolara: Hockey Ii 4; Honor Pin 2, 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Chess Club Ij Science Club 2, 3; Paper and Pen 3;; 4; Guitar Club 4; German Chib 2,3,4; Rock w ROD Club 4. “One can only s it around and drink so much herbal tea in C0fes before one begins to feel like a butter knife. ” Unknown

AMER K. SYED


JOHN K. TUDEK “TAPE DECK”

I/. Tudek: Intramurais 1,2,3; Chess Club 1, S. 3,4; Slavic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3; R.P.G. J, 2, 3, 4 Pres.; Art Club 4; Science Club 4. [Yahoo! We’re a ll dear kid. Now le t’s blow p i place and go home!’’ Han Solo

JOE VALDELLON “J O E V ”

JOSH TEDESCHI “TOASTY”

A , Tuasom Intramural 2,3 ,4 ; Gymnas­ tics 2; Volleyball Club 3; Oriental Club 2, 3,4. "You always forget what is m ost impor­ ta n t"

JEFFREY VILLANUEVA “HEFFAY” I Villanueva: Outdoor Track 1; Senior Prom Comm. 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres.; Science Club 3, 4; Slavic Club 3, 4; R.P.G. I; Big Brother; Jazz Ensemble 4. u f you expect less o f people it makes the tood things better, and the bad things easier jo take. ” Josh Tedeschi

J. Valdellon: Intramurais 3; Dance Com­ mittee 3, 4; Science Club 4; Stage Crew 4; Oriental Ciub 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4 Library Club 3, 4. “I raised m y grade 10 points by partici­ pating in class. ”

r. Tedeschi: Indoor Track 1, 2; Outdoor Track 1, 2; Intramurais 1 ,2 , 3 , 4; Gymnastics 1; tock-N-Roil Club 4 Pres.; H.A.P.; Italian Club 2, 3; Computer Club 1, 2, 3; Modeling Ciub

1 (Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit. ”

ALFRED P. TUASON


fHHHI CLAUDIO ZAMARRA “C.Z.”

JOHN WOLFE “WOLFE”

MARK ZIELENIEWSKI “SHAKA Z”

M. Zieleniewski: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Swimming 2, 3, 4 Captain; N.H.S., Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Eucharistic Minister; Emmaus Team; Slavic Club 1,2. ■‘You know th a t where there's a will, there’s a way. Cantcha sayyou believe in me?” Boston

J. WHM: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 3; Stage Crew 2,3,4 Production Manager. “ Talk o f the devil and his homs ap­ pear. ” Samuel Coleridge

R. Waienty: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2 ,3 ,4 Captain; Golf 3,4; Ski Club 1 2,3,4 Captain; Italian Club 3,4; Mission Drive Committee 3; T.V. Studio 2,3,4. “ Forsan e t haec offm m em inisse iuvabit.”

J. Wolfe; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramu­ rals 1,2 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Honor Pin 1,2; Irish Club 2,3; German Club 2,-;3,/.' , “ You only get to do it once, so do it rig h t”

JEAN WILLI

C. Zamarra: Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3,4; Intramural Staff 2; Homeroom Pres. 3; Italian Club 1, 2 ,3 ,4; Irish Club 3; Latin American Society 3,4; Science Club 2, 3; Mission Drive Committee 1, 2; Big Brother. “Swing batter, batter, batter sa—wing batter. ” Cameron

ROBERT WALENTY


Lecowitch. M.161 Albanese. M.67. 133 Kloza. B.47. 110. 133 Leshik. J. 161 Aldea. R.91. 109. 133 Kwon. Y. 135 Lim.J. 161.34. 45. 56. 70 Alvarez, R.70. 134 Lamantea. G.66. 135 Lindemon. M . 161 Andreula, J. 112. 135 L awless. K. 135 Lui. M.162.57. 65 Araos. O. 135 L azopoulos. G. 133 S E N IO R S Luipersbeck. M.162. 136, 47. 68. 69 Aro. R. 136 L egnosky. R.64. 135 Lusch.G. 162. 45. 93. 112 Ayala. L. 39. 70. 71. 134 L ie tgeb. C.65. 136 M a c a lin ta l. R . 1 6 2 . 5 5 B a r d z e ll. S . 5 1 . 1 3 7 Leon. V. 135 Adelung. J. 144. 45 M a r v illa , M . 1 6 3 B a r n e s . J . 3 4 . 3 9 . 6 6 . 1 3 5 L e p ore, J. 134 Alfaro. C. 144. 108 Margaritonda. D. 163. 45. 108 Barroqueiro. J. 108. 136 Leto. G. 136 Ali. F. 144 M a r in e llo . S . 1 6 3 . 8 6 . 1 1 2 B a r u lic h . 6 5 . 6 6 . 1 1 2 . 1 3 4 Lindsay. S. 135 Andres. E. 144. 34. 37. 38. 45. 83. Martin. C. 108 Baseluos. M.137 Lolo, L. 43. 136 110. 68 Martin, W.163, 38. 179 Beaton. A. 136 Luipersbeck. D.47, 135 Annillo, 144 M a tia s . M . 1 6 3 B e ll. D . 1 3 3 Luna, J. 64, 135 Arceo. J. 145, 112 M a y o , J . 1 6 4 , 3 7 . 6 5 B e n n . L . 1 3 3 L ynch. A. 135 Arcilla. A. 145 McMullen. B. 164. 108 Benzija. A. 108. 136 Macalintal. R. 134, 34 Arricale. R. 145 M e n d e z . J . 1 6 4 B e r e n z y . J . 6 4 . 1 3 6 Maestre, J. 136,64 Arrigo. S. 145 Mercado. B. 164. 54 Bijelic. S. 72. 75. 103. 110. 108. 136 Mahdavi, A. 134. 47. 67 Ashe. F. 145. 38. 56. 55 Mergus. P. 65. 34. 36. 51 Black. E.47. 135 M angelli. N. 136. 56 Baamonde. J. 146 Mielo. J. 165 Boland, T. 56. 133 Marino, M.135 Balcer. C.46. 47. 57 M ilic . S . 1 6 5 . 9 3 . 1 1 2 B o w e n , J . 1 3 4 Martin, J. 133, 66, 65, 64 Bas. A. 146 Milkiewicz. R. 165 Brack, R. 112, 135 Mauri, R. 109. 134. 91 Bauzon. M.146. 67 Monisera. D. 164. 36, 179, 111 Brattoli, C. 112. 135 M cCabe. M.135. 108. 120 Bijelic. S. 146. 38. 45. 110 M o n tg o m e r y , C . 1 6 5 , 1 0 8 , 1 7 9 , 1 0 9 B r ia m o n te . C . 1 1 0 . 1 3 3 McGee. B. 133 Blazini. A. 147. 179 orabe. R.65. 166 Brown. S. 112. 135 M e rcurio. G. 136 Boguszewski. C. 147. 38. 45. 52. 68. M Moy. K. 166, 39, 111. 64 Bruno, R.46, 134 Milic. M.135 69. 109 M u lc a h y , P . 1 6 6 . 1 0 8 . 7 9 . 8 1 B r y a n t, J . 8 7 , 1 1 2 , 1 3 4 Morais. M.134. 108 Bonavota. P. 147. 36. 38. 45. 58. Nadolski. J. 166 Cabrera. S. 108. 136 Morcilio, A. 109, 136, 91, 108 108. 179 Napoli. K. 167 Calderone. J. 136 M unoz, B.61, 136, 110 Bracewell. S. 147 N a r v a e z . J . 1 6 7 . 4 5 C a p o s e llo , J . 1 3 5 Murphy. H. 134. 47. 51. 99 Brady. J. 147 Nestor. P. 167.65 Caraballo. 1. 136 M yers. C. 134. 47 Brady. M.147 Nippes. K. 167. 36. 45. 53. 98. 99, Carcamo. M.112, 136 Myron. G. 136 Briones. P. 148, 71 1 1 1 ,7 1 C a r illo . B . 3 4 . 5 3 . 1 3 4 O'Donnell, M.137, 108 Bryant. A. 148. 36. 75. 103. 108. 110 Norton. J. 167. 45 Cerullo, J. 137 Ordonez. H. 135,39. 54 Bucher. K. 149. 108, 80 O’Connor. K. 168 Cervino, J. 56, 134 O rtiz. F. 165 Buno, J. 148, 45. 47 O ’C o n n o r . R . 1 6 8 . 1 7 9 , 1 0 9 C e r v in o , M . 1 3 5 Panchana, C. 134 Burbank, K. 148, 108, 179 O ' D o n n e ll. J . 1 6 8 , 3 4 , 4 9 C h o u d r y , A . 1 3 4 P a ndya, A. 133 Calizo, J. 149 O'Donnell. S. 168 Clark. J. 136 Pardo, C. 135 Cariaga. C. 149, 57, 66 O ’G o r m a n , M . 5 5 . 1 6 9 C la r k , R . 1 3 4 Patel, M.134, 56 Carr. R. 150. 36. 45 Oyola. O. 168. 112 Connelly, T. 66, 99, 111, 135 Pazminio, F. 112, 135,86 Carroll, J. 149 Page. V. 169. Ill Connolly, C. 136 P edone, M.134 Cartano. J. 149. 45. 58. 65 Pasculli. A. 112. 169. 93 Conway, M.108, 134 Perez. C. 135. 122 Chaudhry. H. 150, 57, 58 P a w lo w s k i. B . 1 6 9 . 4 7 . 6 7 . 6 8 . 6 9 C o r b e tt. R . 1 1 2 , 1 3 4 Polo. D. 133 Chiaravolloti, N. 180, 47, 77. 71. 109 Perkins. C. 169. 38 Consenza, R. 110. 112, 135 Pompilio, E. 136, 120, 110 Chmiel, C. 181. 179 Piatowski, W.170 Crowe, J. 64, 134 P rendergast. R. 133. 46. 47 Christman, B. 180,45, 179 P id a n e , K . 1 7 0 D a c e y . R . 6 4 , 1 3 6 Presedo. C. 135, 103 Cirminello, R. 151, 36, 77, 71, 109 P o p p e , T . 1 7 0 D a n ilc h ic k , A . 8 2 . 1 1 0 . 1 1 1 . 1 3 7 P r ieto, J. 136 Constantino. P. 151 Prato, S. 171 deArmas. A. 66, 112, 122, 135 Ramos, L. 134 Cook. E. 151,57 P r u s k o , S . 1 7 0 , 1 0 8 , 1 7 9 , 8 0 DeCandia. C.66, 112, 133 Ramsumair, R. 135 Crupi. S. 151 Ramos, J. 170, 66, 90, 91 DeCeglie. C. 134 Regenye, M.133 Dargan, J. 151. 36, 93, 112 Rashid. H. 171. 45, 57. 70, 71 DeJesus, R. 136 Rivera. J. 135. 108 DeCeglie, J. 152. 34. 45. 110 R e d o n d o . L . 1 7 1 . 4 5 DellaFave, D. 108, 111, 133, 179 Roarty, H. 134. 70. 71 Delo, J. 152, 108 R e e d . J . 1 7 1 . 3 8 . 5 2 . 6 6 , 1 7 9 D ia z . J . 5 7 , 1 2 2 . 1 3 7 Rodriguez, V. 134 DeMichele, R. 152. 83. 110 Rivera. R. 171 Dilley, M.112. 133 Rosamilia, A. 137 DeMondo, C. 153 Romero. P. 172. 34. 36, 45, 66, 179 Dimaya. A. 134 R osciszewski, D.136, 67 DiFoglio. J. 154, 37, 108 Rusignuolo. M.172, 58, 67 DiMeo. A. 136 Ruiz. H. 135 Dimaya, A. 152, 66 R u to w s k i, C . 1 7 2 D o r r y . L . 1 1 0 . 1 3 5 R u iz. J. 135 Dudzinski. S. 152. 57 Samlall, A. 172,45, 111 Duarte. D.57. 134 Russo. C. 135, 75, 102, 108, 122 Dunphy. J. 153 S a n tia g o , T . 1 7 2 , 3 4 , 3 8 , 4 7 , 5 3 Dukic. R. 136 Salmon, J. 135, 75, 103, 108, 122, Edwards. A. 153, 111, 99 Scafidi, J. 173, 83, 110 Duran. D. 134 Eisenbach, D. 153, 34, 45, 47 Scalia, P. 173 Salmon, R. 135, 110 D w y e r . W . 3 4 , 5 2 , 1 0 5 , 1 1 0 , 1 1 1 , Farinola, M.153 Scardigno, A. 173 115, 134 Sammarco. C. 136 Ferrante, G. 154 Schroeder, E. 173, 36, 80. 81 Egan. M.34, 68, 110, 133 Santoro. R. 135. 108 Ferrante, K. 154, 38, 552, 108 S c o tt. W . 1 7 3 E v a n g e lis ta , P . 1 1 2 , 1 3 5 S chiavone, F. 135, 164 Ficken, R. 155 Shazhad. A. 174, 45, 58, 71, 55 Falcis, E. 134 Sierra, M.136, 84, 110 Figueras, A. 154 S h e e h e n , J . 7 4 , 7 5 , 1 0 8 , 7 4 , 1 1 0 Fatovic, C.66, 134 Sinnott, T. 136 Figueroa, M.154 Sheikh. M.174 Sisco, J. 135 Ferrales, R. 134 Fojas, S. 155, 45, 66, 108 Siddig. O. 174 F e r r a r i, T . 1 3 4 S kinner, M.135, 120 Franceso, J. 55, 108, 80 S la n e , D . 1 7 4 Smith. J. 136,64 Fromfield, F. 112, 136 Franco, L. 155, 34. 36, 38, 151, 179 Smith. C. 175. 56. 67 Gaddi. R.34. 53, 134 St. Marie, J. 134, 108 Gaines, D. 155, 66, 79, 69 Soto. I. 175 Gain, R. 136 Strandes, P. 133. 108 Gal. M.156, 112 Stefano, M.175, 179 Gannon. P. 93, 112, 135 Strickland, S. 136 Galan. A. 156, 47, 51 S tr a n g e w a y , J . 1 7 5 . 4 5 . 5 8 . 5 5 Gers, J. 135 Stroud. E. 137 Garner, M.156. 96. 120, 110, 109 S u g r u e , R . 1 7 5 G ig a n te . J . 1 0 8 . 1 3 5 Struk. M.136,56, 59 Geisler, R. 156. 179 Syed. A. 176 Gizzi, B. 135 Swart, W.135 Geron, G. 156. 45, 46. 47 Tavolara, T. 176. 112 G o m e z , M . 3 4 , 1 2 2 , 1 3 3 Swineford. J. 136, 122, 112 Ghali. S. 157, 38, 45 T e d e s c h i. J . 1 7 7 . 1 7 9 Gonzalez, M.136 Szymczyk, P. 136,87, 86, 85, 112 Goff, A. 157. Ill, 76, 77, 109 T r a s a n d e . L . 1 7 6 , 4 5 , 4 7 G o n z a le z , O . 1 0 8 , 1 3 5 T alanczuk, B. 135, 109 Gorney, M.157, 36, 86, 87 Treanor, J. 176, 179 Tello, J. 134 Granelli, D. 112, 136 Greeley. M.157. 36. 86. 87. 112 T u a s o n , A . 1 7 7 Grato, J. 136 Timones, M.136 Grieshaber. K. 158. 45 Tudek, J. 177, 55 Gray. R.47, 51, 133 Tolino, T. 134 Gronda. D.158, 108, 179, 80 V a ld e llo n . J . 1 7 7 G r o g a n , J . 1 3 3 T sinman, S. 135 Guma, A. 154. 108, 113, 179, 111, V illa n u e v a . 1 7 7 . 4 9 Gubitosi, D. 13 Vacca. P. 135, 42 80 W a le n ty . R . 1 7 8 , 1 7 9 , 7 7 , 1 0 9 Guerra, I. 57. 58, 136 Valdez, V. 134 Gutierrez, R. 158. 37 Willi J. 178, 56 Gutierrez, F. 46, 47, 51, 134 Valente, E. 134, 53, 72 Hamilton, R. 158, 45, 111 W o lfe . J . 1 7 8 , 1 0 8 , 1 1 1 G u z m a n , L . 1 3 4 V itale. G. 137, 64 Hampton, B. 158, 53 Z a m a r r a , C . 1 7 8 , 1 0 9 Hanley. W.135 Wignarajan, R. 137 Hawkes, T. 159, 45, 108. 110 Z ie le n ie w s k i. M . 1 7 8 . 4 5 , 8 6 , 1 1 2 Z a marra. R. 136 Hart. L. 34, 112, 133 Hennis, S. 159, 45 Hayes, J. 134 Zarran, A. 135 Hernandez, D. 159 Hoetzl, T. 47, 137 Hoffman. W.59, 34, 45, 108 Iglesias, A. 61, 64. 136 Icklan, R. 160. 179 J U N IO R S J ersey. M.136 lorio, C. 160 J iminez, J. 135 SOPHS lorio, M.159, 53 A b e r g a s , J . 1 3 7 Jiminez. M.136 Jaworski, D.160. 86, 87, 179, 112 A d a m s , K . 1 1 0 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 2 , 1 3 3 Khan, R.34, 134 Jimenez, H. 160 Abd-Rabouh, W.130 Adams. S. 112, 134 Khan, S. 53, 136 Kaiser, C. 160, 179 Achra, R. 129,55 Aditya. R.56. 58, 67, 136 Khawaja, F. 136 LaRosa. J. 161 Algegria, F. 133 Akeredolu, N.47, 65, 96, 110, 136 Kist. J. 133 Alfaro, E. 131, 67, 71

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Aplegate, J. 132. 108 Aslanian. J. 137.66. 108 Bardzinski. S. 129 Barletta. F. 132 Bartels. W.133 Bartoshek. D.130 Bautista. A. 131. 110 Bay. J. 131. 46. 51. 67 Benoit. M.131. 108. 1 10 Blanco. E. 130. 46. 122 Blasucci. D.132. 108 Bonacchita. V. 153 Bondarawic. A. 132, 57 Bonomo. D.130 Bontigao, C. 133, 108 Boyle. S. 132 Bracco, C. 130 Burgers. D.133 Caesar. A. 129 Campisi. A. 132 Canessa. K. 129 Cardino. M.133 Carrol. G. 132 Casia. J. 132 Charowski, D. 129, 110 Chopek, S. 133 Christman. W.131 Chua. K. 133 Cierzo. II, T. 132 Ciraco, V. 130, 108 Clarke, L. 130, 117 Cocca, K. 131 Costantino. J. 130 Coyle. J. 131. 34, 67, 70, 122 Crimaldo, D. 131 Cruz, D. 132 Dawoud, M.133 Decastro, M.129 DeGennaro, O. 131, 34, 86, 112 Degnan, J. 129 Deisler. C. 130 DeMaria, M.131 Dhaliwal. G. 132 Dhindhwal, V. 131, 34, 55 Dodd. A. 132, 120 Dragotti, A. 129 Drennan. S. 129, 117, 115 Driscoll, J. 131 Dudzinski, D. 130, 120 Dumual, P. 129. 110 Dunn. K. 129 Dyson, C. 131 Egan, J. 129 Emmons, M.132 Enright, J. 130,87 Esposito. D. 132 Fam,P. 132 Fesken, J. 129 Figueras. H. 132, 57, 58, 71 Figueras. R. 132 Fitpatrick, C. 131 Flemming, M.131, 108 Flores, R. 132 Floresca, I. 133 Florio, A. 132 Foley, M.131 Fong, J. 129 Fossella, J. 132 Francis, D. 131, 111 Franco, P. 130 Gargiulo, S. 130 Genovezos, M.131 Ghosh, S. 132 Giblin, E. 130 Ginty. S. 130 Glasser. R. 133 Glaszewski, C. 133 Gomez. R. 132, 108 Gordon. J. 130, 110 Greczylo, D. 132 Guarino, D. 129 Hanley. M.131, 108 Hannon, S. 129 Healey. P. 131. 117, 109 Hernandez. H. 130, 146 Hoetzl, J. 131, 56, 120 Hogan, M.133 Holinka. G. 129 Huha, M.132 Hurd. R. 132, 108, 117 Hussey. T. 131. 122 lacocca, A. 130, 109 Ibrahim,M.131, 68 Jackman. D. 131, 34, 122, 111, 171 Jakimas, T. 131 Janeira, A. 129 Jhaveri, K. 132, 108 Jimenez, E. 130, 177


Kearney. R. 130. 99 Keating. C. 130 Kelly, M . 129.86. 112 Kelly-M T.-1 ,3 1.’ 112028, 1,7 31 Kirby. M.131. 108 Koszyk, F. 131, 110 Lagman,J. 129. 108 Langon.S. 129, 57 Lavin.T. 131 L eontaris, D . 130, 46 Lepis, G.131. 186, 112 Lomnicky. J. 132 Lopez. R. 129 LoScrudato, F. 131, 66 Lumanog, J. 132, 57, 71 Luna,L. 129, 120 Mabry. M.129 Madrid.G.131. 39, 99, 122, 111 Magovern, J. 129, 58 Malloy, P. 132 Manibo, E. 129 Manlongat, E. 131, 110 Manzo. M.130 Marino. R. 130 Martin,J. 132, 71 'Martinez, J. 132 Mavilla, F. 129 McAlary, R. 132 McAneny, N. 129 McAuiey, J. 132 |ltcAuliffe, K. 133 McCabe. B. 132, 115 McCarthy, T. 132, 115 McCullough. J. 129 McDermott, B. 131 McHale. T. 131, 108 Mclnerney, S. 130 McClellan. G. 129 Mendoza. E. 132 Miklush, J. 130 iMilitello, J. 133, 108 Mohlmann, M.129 Munoz, M.132, 34, 108 Murillo. J. 130, 108 Murphy, J. 131 Murray. J. 133 Nadolski, G. 132 Navarro, G. 137 Nicolaidis, A. 132 Nieves. A. 131. 108 Noreiga, L. 132. 46 Norrett. J. 130 O'Donnell. M.137. 116 O'Neill. M.129, 110, 112 Orencia, G. 132 Padovano, T. 129, 108, 120 Page, D. 131 Palumbo. D.131, 108 Paneggiante, M.131 Parziale, G. 131 Pasculli, T. 130 Patel, P. 133 Patel, S. 131 Pedersen, J. 129 Phillips. T. 131, 108 Pierce, E. 129 Podolak, D.130. 91, 109 Policarpio, P. 130, 117 Prime, J. 132 Puleo, R. 132, 108 Quinlan, J. 132 Ragone, A. 130, 110, 115 Rawal. S. 129 Razon, A. 132 Reddy. R. 131, 117, 111 Reid, P. 132 Reddy. R. 131, 117, 111 Reid. P. 132 Rems, M.129 Renelt. A. 131, 115 Reyes. A. 131, 46 Riddick. K. 129 Rider, S. 132 Rivera, S. 132 Rosario, A. 132 Ruggieri, M.130 Ruggiero, M.131 Ruiz, M.133 Ruocco. D.130, 86, 112 Ryan. D.132, 122 Sakowski, J. 130, 108, 117 Salazar. A. 129. 108 Salgado. X. 130 Sampers, C. 132, 108 Sanchez, J. 130 Sander, J. 129, 75 Sangalang, R. 130

Savage. M.132, 46 Savvas, E. 131, 46, 117 Scerbo, M.132 Scudese, G. 130 Sebik, J. 129 Shah, V. 131 Shamburg, J. 131, 58 Shin. M.131 Silvestri, M.130 Smera, S. 131. 58 Soler, J. 132, 120 Suarez, A. 132 Sy, A. 132 Szubiak, N. 130 Tanteo, R. 129 Thompson, D. 130 Titos. J. 131 Tizzano, P. 132 Tocci, N. 129 Trombino, F. 133 Tumbokon, J. 131 Tutunjian, K. 129 Urbanowicz, E. 130 Valente, R. 131 Villacis, G. 130 Viney, L. 129, 134, 110 Weir. D. 131. 86, 112 Wernock, J. 130 Wiley. S. 130. Ill Yeager, S. 133 Youmans, D. 130, 108 Zabotka, B. 129 Zadroga, M.129, 96, 110 F R O SH Abella, R. 126 Aboukamar, M.128 Adams, C. 128, 118 Agathos, A. 124, 116 Alvarez, P. 127 Andreadis, C. 125, 118, 116 Andres, A. 127 Andreula, J. 125 Apicella, D. 125, 118 Arena, F. 126 Arenas, L. 124 Arganza, J. 124 Asuncion, J. 127, 60 Aumack, C. 128, 89 Avetria, R. 126 Baker. D. 124 Baker, J. 125, 46 Baran, T. 126 Bastidas, L. 127 Bauer, M.126 Bauzon, W.127, 110, 116 Beldowicz, A. 124 Bellia, J. 128 Bloodgood, J. 124 Boland. D. 128.46 Branchaud, M.128 Breyer, E. 125 Brezzell, P. 128 Camacho, J. 124 Campion, M.128 Cappozzoli, S. 127 Caradonna, N. 124 Carandan, E. 126 Cardenas, A. 127, 116 Carroll, P. 128 Casiano, B. 125 Castillo, M.124 Cavallo, R. 128, 116 Cerullo, B. 126 Cervantes, S. 137 Chaudhry, M.126 Chiaravalloti, S. 124, 120, 115 Chonillo, N. 126 Chu, H. 128 Cicala, B. 125, 112 Clancy, J. 127, 116 Claro, D. 124 Clutterbuck. S.124. 116 Coco, M.124, 115 Collar, L. 124, 118, 116 Collins. J. 128 Compton, J. 126, 116 Compton, T. 125 Costanzo, J. 124, 115 Crocamo, G. 124,46 Crocetta, J. 128, 115 Curran, J. 124 Cursinella, J. 125, 116 D’Addario, F. 124 DaSilva, L. 124

Dargan, M.125. 112 Davis. J. 128 Dawoud, M . 126 DeVillava, M.128 DeAnni, C. 137 Dilley, G. 126, 86. 112 Dionyssiou, G. 128 Dooley, J. 127 Dumual, B.127, 110 Dye, J. 124 Easson, R. 126 Egan, D.126, 118 Escobar, O. 126 Espinosa, T. 126 Fajardo, G. 126, 116 Faller. M.127, 46 Farese, Jv124 Faustino, R. 125 Festa, A. 127 Figueredo, P. 126 Finn, E. 128, 115 Fischerr, A. 127 Fogu, T. 126 Frezzo, S. 125, 116 Geisler, B. 128 Georgieff, N. 127 Giblin, P. 126, 46 Gleason, T. 125, 116 Go, R. 124 Gorski, M.126 Greeley. C. 128. 46, 122 Guia, M.126 Gullo. A. 124 Gwiazdowski, R. 125 Hanley, M.125, 116 Hannagan, D. 125 Hawkes. B. 126. 110 Hitcheli, J. 124 Hobby. R. 137, 115 Houed, M.127 Howe, 127 Hwang. R. 127 Iqbal, H. 126 Jain. B. 127 James, D.137, 115 Jamilano, J. 124 Jara, M.128 Jaucian, J. 127 Jaworski, R. 128 Jeziorski, B. 124 Jordan, P. 137 JunJae, H.125 Kelly. M.128 Kim,H. 128. 72. 110 King. R. 127, 120 Kokosinski, J. 127 Kost, B. 127, 116 Kubert, M.124, 116 Laca, K. 128 Lawlor. E. 128, 60 Leber, D.128, 116 Lee. M.124,46 Lertpatanakul, G. 128 Lipkowski, J. 127 Lizares, A. 127 Lorflnk, K. 124 Luttich, R. 124 Lynch. G. 124 Lynch, M.124, 118 Magarban, T. 126 Majumder, S. 124 Malewich, A. 126 Mancilla, S. 127 Mannion*J. 125 Martin, R. 128 Martineiiii M.126 Massache. P. 127, 115 Mauri. D. 127 McCarthy, P. 124 McCarthy, T. 127, 115 McDonald, S. 128, 46 McDonough, D. 127 McGillis, M.126, 116 McGreevy, C. 125 McGuire. J. 127, 110 McKeon, J. 125, 118, 115 ~W efiFa, R. 125 Mercado, D. 127 Mercer, J. 124, 18 Meurer, J. 125 Miguel, D. 124 Mohammed, A. 128, 120 Morales, C. 126 Moran, M.124 Morgan. J. 127 Mullane, M.125 Nadler, R. 124 Nardone, N. 127, 116

Nery, B. 127, 607 Nguyen, D. 128 Nieves. J. 127 Norcia, P. 128, 116 Norwood, M.126 Novello, A. 126, 118, 115 O'Brien, D. 126 O’Donnell, T. 127 O’Neill, B. 125 Olesky, D.125 Olivaencia. E. 127 Osterman, T. 124, 116 Ouimet. J. 125 Page. M.128 Pagllo. K. 126. 116 Paguiligan, J. 124 Palomares. L. 126 Panday, R. 126 Paras, E. 125 Parikh, S. 127 Pasculli, J. 125 Patel, A. 125 Paton, D.127 Perez, J. 128 Perrenod, J. 127, 116 Perry, S. 128 Patalas, G. 128 Petrecca, J. 127, 116 Petrillo, A. 128, 116 Petti, N. 125 Pidane, K. 126 Pierre. J. 128. 118 Portes, J. 124, 116 Protomastro, G.125, 116 Pugh. J. 128 Que, V. 128 Ramirez, G. 128, 118 Ramos, L. 127 Rashid. S. 127, 57, 58 Renelt, K. 124 Rieman, B. 125 Rigby. C. 126, 118 Roake, M.126, 116 Roberts, J. 128, 116 Roodenburg, L. 126 Rosa. O. 125 Rosales, G. 125 Rubino, J. 125 Rubino, P. 125 Ruchalski, D.125 Ryan, R. 127 Saam,E. 125 Sandomenico, D.125 Santiago, M.127 Sanz, S. 126, 116 Sardella, J. 124 Scanlon, B. 126 Scher, J. 125, 116 Schah. G. 128 Sharp, W.127, 120 Shibli, A. 128 Shockley. G. 127 Silva. V. 125 Singletary, F. 128 Skripak, J. 124 Smith, R. 125 Soehngen, J. 137 Solis. L. 125 Soto, A. 125 Stack. B. 126 Stafford, D.127 Stefanakis, C. 125, 120, 110, Sullivan. T. 127, 120 Sung. J. 125 Swineford. L. 126 Taino. F. 127 Torrent, F. 127 Tortorelle, S. 126, 120 Traba, R. 125, 116 Trojan. M.128, 118, 115 Tuthill, L. 127 Vargas, R. 124 Verano, E. 125 Vicuna, P. 127 Vida, K. 127 Vierheilig, G. 126, 115 Viggiano, R. 126, 116 Vilas. M.125 Wahl. D.127, 116 Walsh. D. 127 Watson, W.128 Weierman, T. 128, 118 Williams, S. 128 Wilson. K. 128 Wilton. B. 125. 116 Wong, D. 128 Xiao. H. 128 Yacat, J. 126, 110

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Kenneth Nippes EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Luis Ayala ASSOCIATE EDITO OLL 1 tu n ML/1 IU K S h R IB M M j

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A R T IS T S Johnny Lim Michael Hogan Ernesto Alfaro Joseph Coyle

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In flipping through this year’ s Petrean you may notice a few changes in its design, som e o f which look better than others. The sports section has been expanded, while the seniors have been given the choice o f wearing either white or black tuxedos. Another change is this letter. The Editorsjn-Chief o f Petreans past have all expressed how difficult (but rewarding) it is to put together a yearbook. The reason I won’t reiterate those sentiments is because I want to be different. There are many people whose help in the production o f this book cannot g o unacknowledged. Without them we would still be working. I just hope I don't forget anyone, and if I do, that they will forgive me. First, three seniors, although unable to give the Petrean full-time com mitments, deserve special recognition. Nick Chiaravelloti, Frank Ashe and Richie Cirminello provided a senior viewpoint which put into words the happenings of our four years at Prep. Frank deserves special recognition for teaching Miss Baber how to juggle, and thus keeping her sane. This enabled her to do an excellent job m oderating this m otley crew, and for this we thank her. The driving forces behind the b ook ’s com ple­ tion were the Super Sophs and a small group o f editors. Mike, Dave, Joe, Ernie, Hunter, and J.D. were a great source o f enthusiasm and dedica­ tion, while Lou, Hughy, and Haroon, the editors who didn’t jump ship, provided leadership and support. I would also like to thank the photographers for rebounding o ff a tough 1989 cam paign. Without them we would not have a book. The stalwarts o f the photography s taff were A le x Ordonez, who constantly cam e through with great pictures, and A lex Nicolaidis. Between photographing swim ­ ming practice at 7:00 A M and taking team vans to gam es, N ic’s pictures w ere always outstand­ ing. An extra special thanks g oes to the many facul­ ty members who on late nights, stopped by to inform us on the happenings o f the outside world. Taz, Jack, Mr. D eA ngelo, Fr. Bender, Fr. Cregan, and Fr. Denny - the Petrean sta ff thanks you for your non-stop encouragement. And to our decicatee, Fred - thanks for your m oral support. I would like to thank our J osten’ s representative Andy Murro for his cooperation even in illness, and finally I am eternally grateful to the coaches and m oderators for rescheduling photos (3 tim es) and providing us with the information necessary to represent their activities properly. In conclusion, I hope you enjoy the 1990 P e­ trean for I have tried to represent our class to the best o f m y abilities, and I would like to take this opportunity to wish all m y classm ates the best of luck in their future endeavors. I also hope that the ghost o f Petreans past does not haunt Hughy, Lou, A le x O . and the rest o f next year’ s Petrean staff.



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