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RECORD '75

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PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD
HIGH SCHOOL
MEDFORD, NEW YORK
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
PHOTOGRAPHY
UNDERCLASS
STAFF
ACTIVITY
BUSINESS
SALES
DAVID BAMBERGER
PHILLIP TORCHIA
DEBRA McCLARD
DONNA WEST
DANA SCOTTO
ROBERTA SADORSKY
KAREN SCHWARZSCHILD
DENNIS JOHNSON
SEAN ADAMS
RECORD '75
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PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD
HIGH SCHOOL
MEDFORD, NEW YORK
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
PHOTOGRAPHY
UNDERCLASS
STAFF
ACTIVITY
BUSINESS
SALES
DAVID BAMBERGER
PHILLIP TORCHIA
DEBRA McCLARD
DONNA WEST
DANA SCOTTO
ROBERTA SADORSKY
KAREN SCHWARZSCHILD
DENNIS JOHNSON
SEAN ADAMS
RECORD '75
For years, men have struggled to find an-
swers to perhaps the most universal question:
they have tried to discover who they were.
What is it that makes one person unique
fromanother?
By allowing students to experience a whole
spectrumof different expressive and creative
modes, as well as many analytical and scientific
practices, the activities offered in this school
provide an opportunity for each student to per-
haps move closer to the answers to questions
which he poses about himself and his life, and
his uniqueness. These activities are by no
means the only path to universal truth, nor will
they provide any concrete answers at all. But
they do represent a starting point a starting
point not for great minds, but for minds that
may have gained a deeper understanding of
their own individuality.
Discover these activities, and those students
who have participated in them; for those stu-
dents have come closer to discovering
themselves.
For years, men have struggled to find an-
swers to perhaps the most universal question:
they have tried to discover who they were.
What is it that makes one person unique
fromanother?
By allowing students to experience a whole
spectrumof different expressive and creative
modes, as well as many analytical and scientific
practices, the activities offered in this school
provide an opportunity for each student to per-
haps move closer to the answers to questions
which he poses about himself and his life, and
his uniqueness. These activities are by no
means the only path to universal truth, nor will
they provide any concrete answers at all. But
they do represent a starting point a starting
point not for great minds, but for minds that
may have gained a deeper understanding of
their own individuality.
Discover these activities, and those students
who have participated in them; for those stu-
dents have come closer to discovering
themselves.
For years, men have struggled to find an-
swers to perhaps the most universal question:
they have tried to discover who they were.
What is it that makes one person unique
from another?
By allowing students to experience a whole
spectru m of different expressive and creative
modes, as well as many analytical and scientific
practices, the activities offered in this school
provide an opportunity for each student to per-
haps move closer to the answers to questions
which he poses about himself and his life, and
his uniqueness. These activities are by no
means the only path to universal truth, nor will
they provide any concrete answers at all. But
they do represent a starting point - a starting
point not for great minds, but for minds that
may have gained a deeper understanding of
their own individuality.
Discover these activities, and those students
who have participated in them; for those stu-
dents have come closer to discovering
themselves.
THE RECORD '75 STAFF
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
David Bamberger
EDITORIAL STAFF
Phillip Torchia. photography
Debbie McClard, underclass
Donna West. staff
Dana Scotto, staff
Roberta Sadofsky, activity
Karen Schwarzschild, activity
PRODUCTION STAFF
Pat Borzi
Ted Ruggiero
Ken Marlborough
Patti Fenz
Sue Siepmann
Mike Lucia
Olga Airich
Tom Hudak
Gary Schulman
Tom Atten
Mark Sullivan
Fran Kassner
Dan Sinkoff
Pat Whitlock
Carol Mars
Patty Seimen
Karen Wolff
Linda Wolff
Virginia Clancy
Astra Kuskis
Joanne Walcez
Ellen Bikoff
Linda Geist
Audrey Slabowski
Donna Faulhaber
Linda Vacchiano
Tom DeGasperi
Bart Giuliano
BUSINESS STAFF
Dennis Johnson, Business
Manager
Sean Aaams, Sales
Director
Jamie Brownie
Len Paduano
Mac McCoy
Ellen Levine
Bonnie Gafney
Wayne Keller
Jaye Meyer
Brian Hawkins
Diane DeCarlo
Kathy Pausewang
Hope Adams
Bruce Levine
Dan Goldsher
Tony Benincase
Gail Levbarg
Charles Adams
Jim McCoy
RECORD '75
It all begins with the appointment of an editor-in-
chief and an editorial staff. And it all ends fifteen
months later at the Senior Supper. What goes on in
between? The creation of Patchogue-Medford's
only hard-covered publication The Record.
There are dozens of people on the Yearbook
Staff. Some are responsible for photography, copy
writing, artwork, and page design. Some handle the
business aspect and the sales campaign. And one
assists. To you, Mr. William Sullivan, we all say
"thanks."
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THE RECORD '75 STAFF
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
David Bamberger
EDITORIAL STAFF
Phillip Torchia. photography
Debbie McClard, underclass
Donna West. staff
Dana Scotto, staff
Roberta Sadofsky, activity
Karen Schwarzschild, activity
PRODUCTION STAFF
Pat Borzi
Ted Ruggiero
Ken Marlborough
Patti Fenz
Sue Siepmann
Mike Lucia
Olga Airich
Tom Hudak
Gary Schulman
Tom Atten
Mark Sullivan
Fran Kassner
Dan Sinkoff
Pat Whitlock
Carol Mars
Patty Seimen
Karen Wolff
Linda Wolff
Virginia Clancy
Astra Kuskis
Joanne Walcez
Ellen Bikoff
Linda Geist
Audrey Slabowski
Donna Faulhaber
Linda Vacchiano
Tom DeGasperi
Bart Giuliano
BUSINESS STAFF
Dennis Johnson, Business
Manager
Sean Aaams, Sales
Director
Jamie Brownie
Len Paduano
Mac McCoy
Ellen Levine
Bonnie Gafney
Wayne Keller
Jaye Meyer
Brian Hawkins
Diane DeCarlo
Kathy Pausewang
Hope Adams
Bruce Levine
Dan Goldsher
Tony Benincase
Gail Levbarg
Charles Adams
Jim McCoy
RECORD '75
It all begins with the appointment of an editor-in-
chief and an editorial staff. And it all ends fifteen
months later at the Senior Supper. What goes on in
between? The creation of Patchogue-Medford's
only hard-covered publication The Record.
There are dozens of people on the Yearbook
Staff. Some are responsible for photography, copy
writing, artwork, and page design. Some handle the
business aspect and the sales campaign. And one
assists. To you, Mr. William Sullivan, we all say
"thanks."
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RECORD '75
It all begins with the appointment of an editor-in-
chief and an editorial staff. And it all ends fifteen
months later at the Senior Supper. What goes on in
between? The creation of Patchogue-Medford's
only hard-covered publication - The Record.
There are dozens of people on the Yearbook
Staff. Some are responsible for photography, copy
writing, artwork, and page design. Some handle the
business aspect and the sales campaign. And one
assists. To you , Mr. William Sullivan, we all say
" thanks. "
THE RECORD '75 STAFF
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
David Bamberger
EDITORIAL STAFF
Phillip Torchia. photography
Uebbie McClard, underclass
Donna West. staff
Dana Scotto, staff
Roberta Sadofsky, activity
Karen Schwarzschild, activity
PRODUCTION STAFF
Pat Borzi
Ted Ruggiero
Ken Marlborough
Patti Fenz
Sue Siepmann
Mike Lucia
Olga Airi ch
Tom Hudak
Gary Schulman
Tom Atten
Mark Sullivan
Fran Kassner
Dan Sinkoff
Pat Whitlock
Carol Mars
Patty Seimen
Karen Wolff
Linda Wolff
Virgini a Clancy
Astra Kuskis
Joanne Walcez
Ellen Bikoff
Linda Geist
Audrey Siabowski
Donna Faulhaber
Linda Vacch iano
Tom DeGasperi
Bart Giuliano
BUSINESS STAFF
Dennis Johnson, Business
Manager
Sean Aaams, Sales
Director
Jamie Brownie
Len Paduano
Mac McCoy
Ellen Levine
Bonnie Gafney
Wayne Keller
Jaye Meyer
Brian Hawkins
Diane DeCarlo
Kathy Pausewang
Hope Adams
Bruce Levine
Dan Goldsher
Tony Benincase
Gail Levbarg
Charles Adams
Jim McCoy
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RED &BLACK
Volume XVLII Number 3 Patchogue-Medford High School
December 19, 1974
NUMBER ONE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEWSPAPER
The Red and Black, the school newspa-
per, provides students with a publication
in which they can share their ideas, atti-
tudes, and discoveries with other stu-
dents and faculty members.

RED &BLACK
Volume XVLII Number 3 Patchogue-Medford High School
December 19, 1974
NUMBER ONE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEWSPAPER
The Red and Black, the school newspa-
per, provides students with a publication
in which they can share their ideas, atti-
tudes, and discoveries with other stu-
dents and faculty members.

Vofume XVLII Number 3
NUMBER ONE
HIGH SCHOOL
NEWSPAPER
The Red and Black, the school newspa-
per, provides students with a publication
i n which they can share their ideas, atti-
tudes, and discoveries with other stu-
dents and faculty members.
Patchogue-Medford High School December I'J, 1974
Red & Black
Patchogue-Medford Senior High School
Buffalo Avenue
Medford, NewYork 11763
Co-Editors In Chief
PATMcKENNA '75
BUDJENNINGS '76
Advertising
Gail Roth
Circulation
Dori Rosenberg
Feature
John DelGaizo
Layout Jonathon Glass, Frank Furfaro
Dean Casale
News Lee Ann Siegel
Photography Ed O'Connor
Sports Paul McFarlane
Faculty Advisor Thomas G. O'Grady
Tom Atten, Pat Borzi, Meaghan Cantwell, Virginia Clancy, Bruce
Cohen, Lisa Godbolt, Paul Hadella, Prentis Hall, Dennis Johnson,
Cathy Lollis, Gary Meo, Rick Provenzano, Carol Ricciardello,
Greg McKenna, Dana Scotto, Gary Weeks, Donna Casale
Opinions expressed within are those of the authors and not
necessarily those of the student body, faculty, administration
of Patchogue-Medford Senior High School or of the editors of the
Red and Black. The newspaper assumes responsibility only for
those articles and stories in which the author's name is not present.
Printed by Merlin Printing Company Farmingdale, N.Y.
Red & Black
Patchogue-Medford Senior High School
Buffalo Avenue
Medford, NewYork 11763
Co-Editors In Chief
PATMcKENNA '75
BUDJENNINGS '76
Advertising
Gail Roth
Circulation
Dori Rosenberg
Feature
John DelGaizo
Layout Jonathon Glass, Frank Furfaro
Dean Casale
News Lee Ann Siegel
Photography Ed O'Connor
Sports Paul McFarlane
Faculty Advisor Thomas G. O'Grady
Tom Atten, Pat Borzi, Meaghan Cantwell, Virginia Clancy, Bruce
Cohen, Lisa Godbolt, Paul Hadella, Prentis Hall, Dennis Johnson,
Cathy Lollis, Gary Meo, Rick Provenzano, Carol Ricciardello,
Greg McKenna, Dana Scotto, Gary Weeks, Donna Casale
Opinions expressed within are those of the authors and not
necessarily those of the student body, faculty, administration
of Patchogue-Medford Senior High School or of the editors of the
Red and Black. The newspaper assumes responsibility only for
those articles and stories in which the author's name is not present.
Printed by Merlin Printing Company Farmingdale, N.Y.
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PAT McKENNA '15
BUD JENNINGS '16
Advertising . ............... .
Chief
Gail Roth
Circulation . ................. Dori Rosenberg
Feature . .................... John DelGaizo
Layout ......... Jonathon GI ass, F rank Furfaro
. Dean Casale
News . ..................... Lee Ann Siegel
Photography .. . . . . . . . . . . . Ed O'Connor
Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Paul McFarlane
Faculty Advisor . .......... Thomas G. O'Grady
Tom Atten, Pat Borzi, Meaghan Cantwell, Virginia Clancy, Bruce
. Cohen, Lisa Godbolt, Paul Hadella, Prentis Hall, Dennis Johnson,
Cathy LoUis, Gary Meo, Rick Provenzano, Carol Ricciardello.
Greg McKenna. Dana Scotto. Gary Weeks, Donna Casale
Opinions expressed within are those of the authors and not
necessarily those of the student body. faculty. administration
of Patchogue-Medford Senior High School or of the editors of the
Red and Black. The newspaper assumes responsibility only for
those articles and stories in which the author's name is not present.
Printed by Merlin Printing Company Farmingdale, N.Y.
WSCM
WSCM is the student radio station. It is used to
make announcements which concern the student
body. WSCM gives its members a unique experience
within the area of radio media.
President Dennis Johnson, Vice President TomHudak, Treasurer George Reever, TomAtten, Lori Blake, Pat Borzi, Gary Gee, Cathy
Clune, Martin Kane, Diane Jones, Cathy Lollis, Chis O'Connor, Ed O'Connor, Ted Peters, Steve Sanders, Gary Schulman, Harry Thema nn,
Jill Stoop, Bob Toyama, Joanne Walcez, Advisor Mr. John Honey.
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WSCM
WSCM is the student radio station. It is used to
make announcements which concern the student
body. WSCM gives its members a unique experience
within the area of radio media.
President Dennis Johnson, Vice President TomHudak, Treasurer George Reever, TomAtten, Lori Blake, Pat Borzi, Gary Gee, Cathy
Clune, Martin Kane, Diane Jones, Cathy Lollis, Chis O'Connor, Ed O'Connor, Ted Peters, Steve Sanders, Gary Schulman, Harry Thema nn,
Jill Stoop, Bob Toyama, Joanne Walcez, Advisor Mr. John Honey.
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WSCM
WSCM is the student radio station. It is used to
make announcements which concern the student
body. WSCM gives its members a unique experience
within the area of radio media.
President - Dennis Johnson, Vice President - Tom Hudak, Treasurer - George Reever, Tom Atten, Lori Blake, Pat Borzi, Gary Cee, Cathy
Clune, Martin Kane, Diane Jones, Cathy Lollis, Chis O'Connor, Ed O'Connor, Ted Peters, Steve Sanders, Gary Schulman, Harry Themann,
Jill Stoop, Bob Toyama, Joanne Walcez, Advisor - Mr. John Honey.
A. V. SQUAD
The A.V. Squad is a student group assisting the
Educational Communications Department. It is a serv-
ice squad to the total high school community includ-
ing the use of the video tape recorder, audio equip-
ment and stage 'operational-equipment, dimmer
board, lighting and audio systems. Students also deliv-
er and return audio visual equipment to classrooms.
They also are part of the production team making
transparencies, ditto masters, and laminating pro-
jects.
Co-Presidents Artie Haas, Steve Immarigeon, Mary Ellen Siniawa; Vice Presedent Godon James; Jeff Bloom, Jim Carfora, Bob Chi-
uchiolo, Louis, Dalessio, Soren Fitje, David Hill, Hank Jansen, Martin Kane, Mike Meyer, Eugene Perry, Ted Peters, Charlie Petranek, Mike
Reilly, Sue Themann, Charlie Thoubburon, Arnold Worthmann, Advisor Russell J. Wygand.
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A. V. SQUAD
The A.V. Squad is a student group assisting the
Educational Communications Department. It is a serv-
ice squad to the total high school community includ-
ing the use of the video tape recorder, audio equip-
ment and stage 'operational-equipment, dimmer
board, lighting and audio systems. Students also deliv-
er and return audio visual equipment to classrooms.
They also are part of the production team making
transparencies, ditto masters, and laminating pro-
jects.
Co-Presidents Artie Haas, Steve Immarigeon, Mary Ellen Siniawa; Vice Presedent Godon James; Jeff Bloom, Jim Carfora, Bob Chi-
uchiolo, Louis, Dalessio, Soren Fitje, David Hill, Hank Jansen, Martin Kane, Mike Meyer, Eugene Perry, Ted Peters, Charlie Petranek, Mike
Reilly, Sue Themann, Charlie Thoubburon, Arnold Worthmann, Advisor Russell J. Wygand.
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The A.V. Squad is a student group assisting the
Educational Communications Department. It is a serv-
ice squad to the total high school community includ-
ing the use of the video tape recorder, audio equip-
ment and stage operational-equipment, dimmer
board, lighting and audio systems. Students also deliv-
er and return audio visual equipment to classrooms.
They also are part of the production team making
transparencies, ditto masters, and laminating pro-
jects.
A. V. SQUAD
Co-Presidents - Artie Haas, Steve Immarigeon. Mary Ellen Siniawa; Vice Presedent - Godon James; Jeff Bloom, Jim Carfora, Bob Chi-
uchiolo, Louis, Dalessio, Soren Fitje, David Hill , Hank Jansen. Martin Kane, Mike Meyer, Eugene Perry, Ted Peters, Charlie Petranek, Mike
Reilly, Sue Themann, Charlie Thoubburon, Arnold Worth mann, Advisor - Russell J. Wygand.
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THE SERVICE CLUBS
Service Clubs serve a dual purpose: to assist the
school and community and to develop leadership
qualities in their members. The three service organ-
izations at Patchogue-Medford are Key Club (for
guys), Anchor Club (for girls), and Leo Club (for
both). Members organize events such as dances
and concerts. They participate in others such as
blood and clothing drives. In doing so, members
develop a better understanding of themselves and
their society.
1. Leo Club
2. Anchor Club
3. Key Club
# 1 LEO CLUB
President Mindy Knoth, Vice President Kevin Carleton. Recording Secre-
tary Phyllis Mendelson, Corresponding Secretary Mary Jo Schleuter
Treasurer Dan Sinkoff. Director Kathy Masem, Director Paul O'Neill.
Director Shari Simpson, Bob Chuichiolo, Monica Davis, Tami DeLaMater.
Jeff Epstein. Lou Felice. Deb Fox, Maria Gonzalez. Keith Gutman, Grace
lervese, Angela lovino, Helene Markowitz, Carol Mars, Donna Mikkelson. Steve
Murch, Ray Neighley, Vikie Paraschos, Helena Perche, JimPurce, Sue Rosner.
Ken Schnabel, Advisor Mr. Harold Libermann.
LEO stands for leadership, experience and
opportunity. Through its leadership, Leo Club
aids the handicapped and blind members of
the community by giving them the opportuni-
ty to experience some of the simple pleasures
that exist in life.
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THE SERVICE CLUBS
Service Clubs serve a dual purpose: to assist the
school and community and to develop leadership
qualities in their members. The three service organ-
izations at Patchogue-Medford are Key Club (for
guys), Anchor Club (for girls), and Leo Club (for
both). Members organize events such as dances
and concerts. They participate in others such as
blood and clothing drives. In doing so, members
develop a better understanding of themselves and
their society.
1. Leo Club
2. Anchor Club
3. Key Club
# 1 LEO CLUB
President Mindy Knoth, Vice President Kevin Carleton. Recording Secre-
tary Phyllis Mendelson, Corresponding Secretary Mary Jo Schleuter
Treasurer Dan Sinkoff. Director Kathy Masem, Director Paul O'Neill.
Director Shari Simpson, Bob Chuichiolo, Monica Davis, Tami DeLaMater.
Jeff Epstein. Lou Felice. Deb Fox, Maria Gonzalez. Keith Gutman, Grace
lervese, Angela lovino, Helene Markowitz, Carol Mars, Donna Mikkelson. Steve
Murch, Ray Neighley, Vikie Paraschos, Helena Perche, JimPurce, Sue Rosner.
Ken Schnabel, Advisor Mr. Harold Libermann.
LEO stands for leadership, experience and
opportunity. Through its leadership, Leo Club
aids the handicapped and blind members of
the community by giving them the opportuni-
ty to experience some of the simple pleasures
that exist in life.
118
THE SERVICE CLUBS
Service Clubs serve a dual purpose: to assist the
school and community and to develop leadership
qualities in their members. The three service organ-
izations at Patchogue-Medford are Key Club (for
guys), Anchor Club (for girls), and Leo Club (for
both). Members organize events such as dances
and concerts. They participate in others such as
blood and clothing drives. In doing so, members
develop a better understanding of themselves and
thei r society.
# 1 - LEO CLUB
1. leo Club
2. Anchor Club
3. Key Club
President - Mindy Knoth, Vice President - Kevin Carleton. Recording Secre-
tary - Phyllis Mendelson, Corresponding Secretary - Mary Jo Schleuter
Treasurer - Dan Sinkoff , Director - Kathy Masem, Director - Paul O'Neill ,
Director -Shari Simpson, Bob Chuichiolo, Monica Davis, Tami DelaMater.
Jeff Epstein , lou Felice, Deb Fox, Maria Gonzalez. Keith Gutman. Grace
lervese. Angela lovjrlO. Helene Markowitz. Carol Mars. Donna Mikkelson. Steve
Murch, Ray Neighley, Vikie Paraschos, Helena Perche, Jim Purce, Sue Rosner,
Ken Schnabel , Advisor - Mr. Harold Libermann.
LEO stands for leadership, experience and
opportunity. Through its leadership, Leo Club
aids the handicapped and blind members of
the community by giving them the opportuni-
ty to experience some of the simple pleasures
that exist in life.
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Anchor Club is a service organiza-
tion whose members strive to help
others and expect nothing in return.
The participants in Anchor Club dis-
cover that if one gives a small amount,
one can get much back in the formof
gratitude and appreciation. They are
here to serve the school and commun-
ity.
# 2 ANCHOR CLUB
President Patricia Fenz, Vice President -
Jean Marie Fucillo, Secretary Ellen Levine.
Treasurer Deserie Gori. Junior Representative
Carolyn Bennett, Senior Representative -
Bonnie Gafney. Scrap Book Editor Donna
West, Lynn Bacelli, Bridget Baio. Jamie Brownie,
Kelly Campbell, Meagan Cantwell, Angela Capu-
to, Cheryl Carney. Diane Carrero, Diane Cassidy,
Laura Civitella, Lorin DeBono. Janine Delany,
Patty Donavan, Gloria Farrell, Donna Faulhaber,
Patty Fox, Linda Geist, Lari Hodkin, Diane
Hummel, Elana Joyce, Barbara Kossman. Char-
lene Krygier, Astra Kuskis, Cathy McCafferty,
Laurie McPeak, Laura Milian. Diane Minaudo,
Annette Monidis. Diane Oliver. Maria Patellaro.
Maryanne Perry, Kathy Pausewang. Andrea
Quinn, Eileen Robelen, Dane Scotto, Diane Sie-
ber. Judy Trypuc. Linda Vacchiano. Lor Ven-
tiere, Deanna Wade, Joanne Wall. Tina West.
Advisor Miss Sherri Sinkoff.
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Anchor Club is a service organiza-
tion whose members strive to help
others and expect nothing in return.
The participants in Anchor Club dis-
cover that if one gives a small amount,
one can get much back in the formof
gratitude and appreciation. They are
here to serve the school and commun-
ity.
# 2 ANCHOR CLUB
President Patricia Fenz, Vice President -
Jean Marie Fucillo, Secretary Ellen Levine.
Treasurer Deserie Gori. Junior Representative
Carolyn Bennett, Senior Representative -
Bonnie Gafney. Scrap Book Editor Donna
West, Lynn Bacelli, Bridget Baio. Jamie Brownie,
Kelly Campbell, Meagan Cantwell, Angela Capu-
to, Cheryl Carney. Diane Carrero, Diane Cassidy,
Laura Civitella, Lorin DeBono. Janine Delany,
Patty Donavan, Gloria Farrell, Donna Faulhaber,
Patty Fox, Linda Geist, Lari Hodkin, Diane
Hummel, Elana Joyce, Barbara Kossman. Char-
lene Krygier, Astra Kuskis, Cathy McCafferty,
Laurie McPeak, Laura Milian. Diane Minaudo,
Annette Monidis. Diane Oliver. Maria Patellaro.
Maryanne Perry, Kathy Pausewang. Andrea
Quinn, Eileen Robelen, Dane Scotto, Diane Sie-
ber. Judy Trypuc. Linda Vacchiano. Lor Ven-
tiere, Deanna Wade, Joanne Wall. Tina West.
Advisor Miss Sherri Sinkoff.
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# 2 - ANCHOR CLUB
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Anchor Club is a service organiza-
tion whose members strive to hel p
others and expect nothing in return.
The participants in Anchor Club dis-
cover that if one gives a small amount,
one can get much back in the form of
gratitude and appreciation. They are
here to serve the school and commun-
ity.
President - Patricia Fenz. Vice President -
Jean Marie Fucillo, Secretary - Ellen Levine,
Treasurer - Deserie Gori , Junior Representative
- Carolyn Bennett, Senior Representative -
Bonnie Gafney, Scrap Book Editor - Donna
West, Lynn Bacelli , Bridget Baio, Jamie Brownie,
Kelly Campbell , Meagan Cantwell, Angela Capu-
to, Cheryl Carney, Diane Carrero, Diane Cassidy,
Laura Civitella, Lorin DeBono, Janine Delany,
Patty Donavan, Gloria Farrell, Donna Faulhaber,
Patty Fox, Linda Geist, Lari Hodkin, Diane
Hummel, Elana Joyce, Barbara Kossman, Char-
lene Krygier, Astra Kuskis, Cathy McCafferty,
Laurie McPeak, Laura Milian, Diane Minaudo,
Annette Monidis, Diane Oliver, Maria Patellaro,
Maryanne Perry, Kathy Pausewang, Andrea
Quinn, Eileen Robelen, Dane Scotto, Diane Sie-
ber, Judy Trypuc, Linda Vacchiano. Lor Ven-
tiere, Deanna Wade, Joanne Wall , Tina West.
Advisor - Miss Sherri Sinkoff.
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# 3-KEY CLUB
Key Club is a service organization that provides help
where help is needed. Within the school they participate
as guides during National Education Week, escorts for
Homecoming Queen, security for school shows, and help-
ing the student body and principal whenever needed. In
the community, the Key Club works jointly with its spon-
sor (The Kiwanis Club) during the Special Olympics for
the retarded. These are just some of the many activities
that the Key Club organizes in order to help the communi-
ty.
CHAPIN (12/6/74)
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# 3-KEY CLUB
Key Club is a service organization that provides help
where help is needed. Within the school they participate
as guides during National Education Week, escorts for
Homecoming Queen, security for school shows, and help-
ing the student body and principal whenever needed. In
the community, the Key Club works jointly with its spon-
sor (The Kiwanis Club) during the Special Olympics for
the retarded. These are just some of the many activities
that the Key Club organizes in order to help the communi-
ty.
CHAPIN (12/6/74)
120
# 3- KEYCLUB
Key Club is a service organization that provides help
where help is needed. Within the school they participate
as guides during National Education Week, escorts for
Homecoming Queen, security for school shows, and help-
ing the student body and principal whenever needed. In
the community, the Key Club works jointly with its spon-
sor (The Kiwanis Club) during the Special Olympics for
the retarded. These are just some of the many activities
that the Key Club organizes in order to help the communi-
ty.
CHAPIN (12/6/74)
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President Jon Glass. Vice Presient Brian Hawkins, Secretary Bryan Berkhoff, Treasurer Bill
Joyce, Lieutenant Governor Dave McDonald. Sean Adams, Stu Agtsteribbe, Ken Anker, Ed Benincase,
Frank Burro, Tony Canglelosi, Jim Dowd, David Falkner, Randy Fant, Frank Garritano, Barry Glassman,
Ed Hutchens, Steve Immarigeon, Gordon James. Donald Kazmark, Mike Keiffert, George Laskaris,
Frank Lento, Bruce Levine. Charles Lynch. Chris Matthews, Jim McCoy, Mac McCoy, Jim Merlo, Charles
Mosley, Lenny Paduano, Steve Sanders, Seth Schantz, Tony Speelman. Eric Theune, David Waggett, Ed
Wagner, Steve Wyman. Advisor Mr. Frank Candito.
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President Jon Glass. Vice Presient Brian Hawkins, Secretary Bryan Berkhoff, Treasurer Bill
Joyce, Lieutenant Governor Dave McDonald. Sean Adams, Stu Agtsteribbe, Ken Anker, Ed Benincase,
Frank Burro, Tony Canglelosi, Jim Dowd, David Falkner, Randy Fant, Frank Garritano, Barry Glassman,
Ed Hutchens, Steve Immarigeon, Gordon James. Donald Kazmark, Mike Keiffert, George Laskaris,
Frank Lento, Bruce Levine. Charles Lynch. Chris Matthews, Jim McCoy, Mac McCoy, Jim Merlo, Charles
Mosley, Lenny Paduano, Steve Sanders, Seth Schantz, Tony Speelman. Eric Theune, David Waggett, Ed
Wagner, Steve Wyman. Advisor Mr. Frank Candito.
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President - Jon Glass. Vice Presient - Brian Hawkins. Secretary - Bryan Berkhoff. Treasurer - Bill
Joyce. Lieutenant Governor - Dave McDonald. Sean Adams. Stu Agtsteribbe. Ken Anker. Ed Benincase.
Frank Burro. Tony Canglelosi. Jim Dowd. David Falkner. Randy Fant. Frank Garritano. Barry Glassman.
Ed Hutchens. Steve Immarigeon. Gordon James. Donald Kazmark. Mike Keiffert. George Laskaris.
Frank Lento. Bruce Levine. Charles Lynch. Chris Matthews. Jim McCoy. Mac McCoy. Jim Merlo, Charles
Mosley, Lenny Paduano. Steve Sanders. Seth Schantz. Tony Speelman. Eric Theune. David Waggett. Ed
Wagner. Steve Wyman. Advisor - Mr. Frank Candito.
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FUTURE NURSES
The Future Nurses Club
helps interested girls and boys
discover their needs and wants
and to explore the many possi-
bilities in the different medical
fields. They may do this by vis-
iting infirmaries, hospitals,
and old age homes. This year
as last they held the Health
Fair to help accomplish their
goals.
Maryann Geronimo, Diane Jones, Debbie Nagy, Debbie Reilly, Wendy Slovinsky, Karen Smith, Jill
Stoop. Advisor Mrs. Virginia King.
B.L.S.U.
The purpose of the Black
Latin Student Union is to en-
courage Black and Latin stu-
dents to actively participate in
different events and to teach
them more about their culture.
This organization strives to
erase stereotypes about Blacks
and Latins.
President Debra Delgado. Vice President Jenny Medina, Secretary Barbara Quick, Treasurer
Jose Ramos, Kirb Barber, George Camacho, Petey Corujo, Joanne Freeman, Clay Hollman, Cheryl
James, Debbie Jones, Eddie Medina, Lucy Ortiz, Bob Puma, Willy Rivera, Carmen Rodriquez, Robert
Rodriquez, Vi Vi Rodriquez, John Santana, Betsy Soto, Gloria Soto, Desi Ugarte, Michelle Ugarte,
Tony Vega. Advisor Mr. Steven Mallor.
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FUTURE NURSES
The Future Nurses Club
helps interested girls and boys
discover their needs and wants
and to explore the many possi-
bilities in the different medical
fields. They may do this by vis-
iting infirmaries, hospitals,
and old age homes. This year
as last they held the Health
Fair to help accomplish their
goals.
Maryann Geronimo, Diane Jones, Debbie Nagy, Debbie Reilly, Wendy Slovinsky, Karen Smith, Jill
Stoop. Advisor Mrs. Virginia King.
B.L.S.U.
The purpose of the Black
Latin Student Union is to en-
courage Black and Latin stu-
dents to actively participate in
different events and to teach
them more about their culture.
This organization strives to
erase stereotypes about Blacks
and Latins.
President Debra Delgado. Vice President Jenny Medina, Secretary Barbara Quick, Treasurer
Jose Ramos, Kirb Barber, George Camacho, Petey Corujo, Joanne Freeman, Clay Hollman, Cheryl
James, Debbie Jones, Eddie Medina, Lucy Ortiz, Bob Puma, Willy Rivera, Carmen Rodriquez, Robert
Rodriquez, Vi Vi Rodriquez, John Santana, Betsy Soto, Gloria Soto, Desi Ugarte, Michelle Ugarte,
Tony Vega. Advisor Mr. Steven Mallor.
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FUTURE NURSES
The Future Nurses Club
helps interested girls and boys
discover their needs and wants
and to explore the many possi-
bilities in the different medical
fields. They may do this by vis-
iting infirmaries, hospitals,
and old age homes. This year
as last they held the Health
Fair to help accomplish their
goals.
B.L.S.U.
The purpose of the Black
Latin Student Union is to en-
cou rage Black and Lati n stu-
dents to actively participate in
different events and to teach
them more about their culture.
This organization strives to
erase stereotypes about Blacks
and Latins.
Maryann Geronimo, Di ane Jones, Debbie Nagy, Debbie Reilly, Wendy Siovinsky, Karen Smith, Jill
Stoop. Advisor - Mrs. Virginia King.
President - Debra Delgado, Vice President - Jenny Medina, Secretary - Barbara Quick, Treasurer
- Jose Ramos, Kirb Barber, George Camacho, Petey Coruj o, Joanne Freeman, Clay Hollman, Cheryl
James, Debbie Jones, Eddie Medina, Lucy Ortiz, Bob Puma, Willy Rivera, Carmen Rodriquez, Robert
Rodriquez, Vi Vi Rodriquez, John Santana, Betsy Soto, Gloria Soto, Desi Ugarte, Michelle Ugarte,
Tony Vega. Advisor - Mr. Steven Mallor.
LIBRARY CLUB
Edward Guthrie, Angela lovino, Cathy Lou Lollis, Ellen Luff. Karen Ortega, Seth Schantz. Advisor Marion Griffin.
The Library Media Center an encounter with the experience of mankind: the treasury of his thoughts, im-
aginings, and creations, from cave to condomi num, and beyond .. .
Student assistants help to arrange library displays, fill requests for magazines, learn to operate library audio
visual equipment, and help to maintain the collection in the best possible order for use by students and teach-
ers.
THE SCIENCE CLUBS*
Column A
1. Ecology
2. Astronomy
3. Meteorology

Scientists (and all of us are scientists) must keep

4. Marine

their eyes and ears open at all times so they can

Sciences
make discoveries. This skill is developed in no less
than eight (count 'em) clubs in this school. So, how
is a student to know which club(s) to join? Well,
Record '75 has taken care of that. In the following
four pages, all of these clubs are pictured and ex-
plained. Now .. . you can choose two from Column
A and one from Column B ... or one from Column
A and three from Column B .
Column B
5. Alchemists
6. Botanical
Gardens
7. Electronics
8. Radiation
Sciences
LIBRARY CLUB
Edward Guthrie, Angela lovino, Cathy Lou Lollis, Ellen Luff. Karen Ortega, Seth Schantz. Advisor Marion Griffin.
The Library Media Center an encounter with the experience of mankind: the treasury of his thoughts, im-
aginings, and creations, from cave to condomi num, and beyond .. .
Student assistants help to arrange library displays, fill requests for magazines, learn to operate library audio
visual equipment, and help to maintain the collection in the best possible order for use by students and teach-
ers.
THE SCIENCE CLUBS*
Column A
1. Ecology
2. Astronomy
3. Meteorology

Scientists (and all of us are scientists) must keep

4. Marine

their eyes and ears open at all times so they can

Sciences
make discoveries. This skill is developed in no less
than eight (count 'em) clubs in this school. So, how
is a student to know which club(s) to join? Well,
Record '75 has taken care of that. In the following
four pages, all of these clubs are pictured and ex-
plained. Now .. . you can choose two from Column
A and one from Column B ... or one from Column
A and three from Column B .
Column B
5. Alchemists
6. Botanical
Gardens
7. Electronics
8. Radiation
Sciences
LIBRARY CLUB
Edward Guthrie. Angela Iovino. Cathy Lou Lollis. Ellen Luff. Karen Ortega. Seth Schantz. Advisor - Marion Griffin.
The Library Media Center - an encounter with the experience of mankind: the treasury of his thoughts. im-
aginings, and creations, from cave to condominum, and beyond .. .
Student assistants help to arrange library displays, fill requests for magazines, learn to operate library audio
visual equipment, and help to maintain the collection in the best possible order for use by students and teach-
ers.
THE SCIENCE CLUBS ~
Scientists (and all of us are scientists) must keep
their eyes and ears open at all times so they can
make discoveries. This skill is developed in no less
than eight (count 'em) clubs in this school. So, how
is a student to know which club(s) to join? Well,
Record '75 has taken care of that. In the following
four pages, all of these clubs are pictured and ex-
plained. Now ... you can choose two from Column
A and one from Column B . .. or one from Column
A and three from Column B .. .
ColumnA
1. Ecology
2. Astronomy
3. Meteorology
4. Marine
Sciences
Column B
5. Alchemists
6. Botanical
Gardens
7. Electroni cs
8. Radi ation
Sciences
# 1 ECOLOGY

Members of the Ecology Club attempt to relay the
importance of ecology to fellow students, by relating
the environment to actual every day living.
President Danny Perkins, Vice President Tony Miller,
Secretary/Treasurer, Cindy Glover: Steven DeBruyn, John Metejka,
Chris Meyer, Ray Lombardi. Advisor Mr. Gerald Sullivan.
# 2 ASTRONOMY

Officers: Astronomy and Meteorology Clubs: General President -
Brian Gallagher; Meteorological President Steve Sanders; Astron-
imical President Kevin James; Vice President Jim Pontieri:
Vice President & Photographer Gordon James; Treasurer Joe
Pifko; Secretary Joe Napoli; Social Director Ramone Rivera.
Advisor: Ms. Janet Hughes.
The Astronomy Club consists of earthy people
whose main interest lies in the study of heavenly bod-
ies. Some major activities included photographing a
solar eclipse and observing the heavens during our
telescope nights. During each meeting such vital top-
ics as life on other planets, destination of planet earth
and black holes are discussed.
# 1 ECOLOGY

Members of the Ecology Club attempt to relay the
importance of ecology to fellow students, by relating
the environment to actual every day living.
President Danny Perkins, Vice President Tony Miller,
Secretary/Treasurer, Cindy Glover: Steven DeBruyn, John Metejka,
Chris Meyer, Ray Lombardi. Advisor Mr. Gerald Sullivan.
# 2 ASTRONOMY

Officers: Astronomy and Meteorology Clubs: General President -
Brian Gallagher; Meteorological President Steve Sanders; Astron-
imical President Kevin James; Vice President Jim Pontieri:
Vice President & Photographer Gordon James; Treasurer Joe
Pifko; Secretary Joe Napoli; Social Director Ramone Rivera.
Advisor: Ms. Janet Hughes.
The Astronomy Club consists of earthy people
whose main interest lies in the study of heavenly bod-
ies. Some major activities included photographing a
solar eclipse and observing the heavens during our
telescope nights. During each meeting such vital top-
ics as life on other planets, destination of planet earth
and black holes are discussed.
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#1
ECOLOGY
Members of the Ecology Club attempt to relay the
importance of ecology to fellow students, by relating
the environment to actual every day living.
President - Danny Perkins. Vice President - Tony Miller,
SecretarylTreasurer, Cindy Glover; Steven DeBruyn. John Metejka,
Chris Meyer, Ray Lombardi . Advisor - Mr. Gerald Sullivan.
# 2 - ASTRONOMY
Officers: Astronomy and Meteorology Clubs: General President -
Brian Gallagher; Meteorological President - Steve Sanders: Astron-
imical President - Kevin James; Vice President - Jim Pontieri;
Vice President & Photographer - Gordon James; Treasurer - Joe
Pifko; Secretary - Joe Napoli; Social Director - Ramone Rivera.
Advisor: Ms. Janet Hughes .
The Astronomy Club consists of earthy people
whose main interest lies in the study of heavenly bod-
ies. Some major activities included photographing a
solar eclipse and observing the heavens during our
telescope nights. During each meeting such vital top-
ics as life on other planets, destination of planet earth
and black holes are discussed.
# 3 METEOROLOGY
The Meteorology Club consists of science-orient-
ed students who are interested in weather patterns,
climate, and forecasting. Field trips to weather sta-
tions, guest lectures, and predicting forecasts are
included as activities. Meetings are fun-filled, edu-
cational, and enjoyable. And since the weather af-
fects everyone, this is a club for everyone.
Linda Benicasa, Rick Berger, Eva Chuichiolo, John Clemente, Ray
Feindt, Jim Fisher, Drew Handler, Eric Holtz, George Krueger, Tim Rei-
muth, Greg Simon, Cory Tavano, Advisor: J. Hughes.
# 4-MARINE SCIENCES
The Marine Science Club spends much of their
time at the seashore. Members examine the fauna
and flora found in Long Island Waters.
Laura Civitella, Doreen Drake, Greg Garritano, Brian Hoffman, Sal
Maddaluno, Peter Robinson, Bill Scott, Mary Ellen Siniwa, Tony Speel-
man, Advisor: Howard Robinson.
# 3 METEOROLOGY
The Meteorology Club consists of science-orient-
ed students who are interested in weather patterns,
climate, and forecasting. Field trips to weather sta-
tions, guest lectures, and predicting forecasts are
included as activities. Meetings are fun-filled, edu-
cational, and enjoyable. And since the weather af-
fects everyone, this is a club for everyone.
Linda Benicasa, Rick Berger, Eva Chuichiolo, John Clemente, Ray
Feindt, Jim Fisher, Drew Handler, Eric Holtz, George Krueger, Tim Rei-
muth, Greg Simon, Cory Tavano, Advisor: J. Hughes.
# 4-MARINE SCIENCES
The Marine Science Club spends much of their
time at the seashore. Members examine the fauna
and flora found in Long Island Waters.
Laura Civitella, Doreen Drake, Greg Garritano, Brian Hoffman, Sal
Maddaluno, Peter Robinson, Bill Scott, Mary Ellen Siniwa, Tony Speel-
man, Advisor: Howard Robinson.
# 3 - METEOROLOGY
The Meteorology Club consists of science-orient-
ed students who are interested in weather patterns,
climate, and forecasting. Field trips to weather sta-
tions, guest lectures, and predicting forecasts are
included as activities. Meetings are fun-filled, edu-
catio'1al, and enjoyable. And since the weather af-
fects everyone, this is a club for everyone.
Linda Benicasa, Rick Berger, Eva Chuichiolo, John Clemente, Ray
Feindt, Jim Fisher, Drew Handler, Eric Holtz, George Krueger, Tim Rei-
muth, Greg Simon, Cory Tavano, Advisor: J. Hughes.
# 4 - MARINE SCIENCES
The Marine Science Club spends much of their
time at the seashore. Members examine the fauna
and flora found in Long Island Waters.
Laura Civitella, Doreen Drake, Greg Garritano, Brian Hoffman, Sal
Maddaluno, Peter Robinson, Bill Scott, Mary Ellen Siniwa, Tony Speel-
man, Advisor: Howard Robinson.
# 5-ALCHEMISTS
The Alchemist Club is a service club to the chemistry in-
structors as well as a tutoral service for students of chemis-
try. Its primary goal is to further the interest and better-
ment of the course and the education of chemistry. The
members of the club assist in laboratory experimentations
and demonstrate to all science classes within the school
district.
President Patricia Whitlock, Vice President Lynn Corn-
batti. Secretary Victoria Rudtke.Treasurer Mindy Knoth.
Members David Hayman, Howard Stuart-Houston, Joni
Negron, Michele Taylor. Advisors Mr. Daniel Visconti, and
Mr. Richard Caliendo.
# 6 BOTANICAL GARDENS
In the center court of our High
School a magnificent garden may
be found. The members of the Bo-
tanical Garden Club spend numer-
ous hours improving on this site.
President Barbara Davis, First Vice President Douglas Hoffman, Second Vice Presi-
dent Diane Gillette, Safety Officer Corolee Mancuso, Public Relations Frank Burro,
Sergeant Brian Murphy, Programmer Joe Timlin, Field Trip Rick Collins. Kim Bren-
nan. Angela Drogo, Garry Engesser, Ken Getsch, Scott Gustafson, Drew Handler, Debbie
Lynch, Michael Lynch, Stan Mroz, Charles Spielholtz. Barbara Talarico, Advisor Mr. Ar-
thur Pitschi.
# 5-ALCHEMISTS
The Alchemist Club is a service club to the chemistry in-
structors as well as a tutoral service for students of chemis-
try. Its primary goal is to further the interest and better-
ment of the course and the education of chemistry. The
members of the club assist in laboratory experimentations
and demonstrate to all science classes within the school
district.
President Patricia Whitlock, Vice President Lynn Corn-
batti. Secretary Victoria Rudtke.Treasurer Mindy Knoth.
Members David Hayman, Howard Stuart-Houston, Joni
Negron, Michele Taylor. Advisors Mr. Daniel Visconti, and
Mr. Richard Caliendo.
# 6 BOTANICAL GARDENS
In the center court of our High
School a magnificent garden may
be found. The members of the Bo-
tanical Garden Club spend numer-
ous hours improving on this site.
President Barbara Davis, First Vice President Douglas Hoffman, Second Vice Presi-
dent Diane Gillette, Safety Officer Corolee Mancuso, Public Relations Frank Burro,
Sergeant Brian Murphy, Programmer Joe Timlin, Field Trip Rick Collins. Kim Bren-
nan. Angela Drogo, Garry Engesser, Ken Getsch, Scott Gustafson, Drew Handler, Debbie
Lynch, Michael Lynch, Stan Mroz, Charles Spielholtz. Barbara Talarico, Advisor Mr. Ar-
thur Pitschi.
# 5 - ALCHEMISTS
The Alchemist Club is a service club to the chemistry in-
structors as well as a tutoral service for students of chemis-
try. Its primary goal is to further the interest and better-
ment of the course and the education of chemistry. The
members of the club assist in laboratory experimentations
and demonstrate to all science classes within the school
district.
President - Patricia Whitlock. Vice President - Lynn Com-
batti. Secretary- Victoria Rudtke. Treasurer - Mindy Knoth.
Members - David Hayman. Howard Stuart-Houston. Joni
Negron. Michele Taylor. Advisors - Mr. Daniel Visconti. and
Mr. Richard Caliendo.
# 6 - BOTANICAL GARDENS
In the center court of our High
School a magnificent garden may
be found. The members of the Bo-
tanical Garden Club spend numer-
ous hours improving on this site.
President - Barbara Davis. First Vice President - Douglas Hoffman. Second Vice Presi-
dent -Diane Gillette. Safety Officer - Corolee Mancuso. Public Relations - Frank Burro.
Sergeant - Brian Murphy, Programmer - Joe Timlin, Field Trip - Rick Collins. Kim Bren-
nan. Angela Drogo. Garry Engesser. Ken Getsch. Scott Gustafson. Drew Handler. Debbie
Lynch. Michael Lynch, Stan Mroz. Charles Spielholtz. Barbara Talarico, Advisor - Mr. Ar-
thur Pitschi.
# 7 ELECTRONICS
The Electronics Club tries to let students dis-
cover how important electronics is in our daily
lives. Everyday items such as radios, medical
tools, television, and stereos are studied in
depth.
Mike Ascerno, Bob Chiuchiolo, Chuck De Fraia. Mario DeLucia, David Dew,
Joseph Genovese, Bart Giuliano, George Grauer. Gary Kroll, Lou Mazarak-
is, Steve Perry, Mark Pyskoty, Mike Reilly, Mike Rumore, Jim Stolworthy,
Mike Sullivan. George Grauer, Advisor, Philip Pennisi.
# 8-RADIATION SCIENCES
Students in the Radiation Science Club conduct
experiments to explore the uses of nuclear energy.
President Rick Provenzano, Vice President Shawn Boyle, Sec-
retary Lori Chamberlain, Safety Officer Joe LaFrantz, Program
Director Maureen Johnson, Treasurer Ken Pink: Jeffrey
Bloom, Maureen Halligan, Kathy Krause, Eric Meigel, George Meyer,
Jenny Prosapio, Pete Schordine, Advisor Mr. Arthur Pitschi.
# 7 ELECTRONICS
The Electronics Club tries to let students dis-
cover how important electronics is in our daily
lives. Everyday items such as radios, medical
tools, television, and stereos are studied in
depth.
Mike Ascerno, Bob Chiuchiolo, Chuck De Fraia. Mario DeLucia, David Dew,
Joseph Genovese, Bart Giuliano, George Grauer. Gary Kroll, Lou Mazarak-
is, Steve Perry, Mark Pyskoty, Mike Reilly, Mike Rumore, Jim Stolworthy,
Mike Sullivan. George Grauer, Advisor, Philip Pennisi.
# 8-RADIATION SCIENCES
Students in the Radiation Science Club conduct
experiments to explore the uses of nuclear energy.
President Rick Provenzano, Vice President Shawn Boyle, Sec-
retary Lori Chamberlain, Safety Officer Joe LaFrantz, Program
Director Maureen Johnson, Treasurer Ken Pink: Jeffrey
Bloom, Maureen Halligan, Kathy Krause, Eric Meigel, George Meyer,
Jenny Prosapio, Pete Schordine, Advisor Mr. Arthur Pitschi.
# 7 - ELECTRONICS
The Eiectronics Club tries to let students dis-
cover how important electronics is in our daily
lives. Everyday items such as radios, medical
tools, television, and stereos are studied in
depth.
Mike Ascerno. Bob Chiuchiolo, Chuck De Fraia, Mario Delucia, David Dew,
Joseph Genovese, Bart Giuliano, George Grauer, Gary Kroll, lou Mazarak-
is, Steve Perry, Mark Pyskoty. Mike Reilly, Mike Rumore, Jim Stolworthy,
Mike Sullivan. George Grauer. Advisor, Philip Pennisi.
#8 RADIATION SCIENCES
Students in the Radiation Science Club conduct
experiments to explore the uses of nuclear energy.
President - Rick Provenzano, Vice President - Shawn Boyle, Sec-
retary - Lori Chamberlain. Safety Officer - Joe laFrantz, Program
Director - Maureen Johnson, Treasurer - Ken Pink; Jeffrey
Bloom, Maureen Halligan, Kathy Krause, Eric Meigel. George Meyer,
Jenny Prosapio, Pete Schordine, Advisor - Mr. Arthur Pitschi.
PLAYERS
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GroupMembers: President DennisJohnson, VicePresidenGarySchulman, Treasurer Cathy
LouLollis, SecretaryJoanneWalcez; ThomasAtten, LynneBarsalona, SusanBenincasa, Barbara
Blond, JefferyBloom, SharonBoyd, JamieBrownie, DonnaCasale, GaryCee, Robert Chiuchiolo, Virgin-
iaLeeAnneClancy, BarbaraClark, ValerieClarke, SharonDiamond, RobinDietz, RoseDiNovis, Robin
Emmerich, LouieFelice, BonnieFox, DebFox, DebbieFrancis, Mary-AnnGeronimo, JonGlass, Maria
ReneeGonzalez, SueHall iwell, Catherine-MaryHallock, TimothyHallock, Angelalovino, SteveImmari-
geon, GordonJames, DianeJones, AnneSchultz, MadelynJones, JohnKelly, AstraKuskis, DorindaLap-
inski, Gail Levbarg, LorraineLibynski, KathyMasem, JamesMcCoy, DebraMcEvoy, ChrisMcFee, Mary
AliceMurphy, KimNeitteld, HowdraNovick, LauraNugent, EdO'Conner, LuzPaez, TedPeters, Denise
Phelan, TerryPizzichemi, DebbiePorfert, BarbaraQuick, CindyQuirke, DebbieReed, JoyceRegina,
DebbieReich, MikeReilly, JudyReitman, BarbaraRogers, DianaRodriguiz, RonRomuno, MaryJo
Schlueter, Shari Simpson, Jill Stoop, SusanTamborello, LisaTrypuc, DawnWalters, Mark Wicks, Linda
Wolff, RonWood, ArnoldWorthman, Mark Yeager, Frank Yutesler, Advisor-Mr. Bert Pollock.
Players' Group is an organi-
zation composed of students
sharing a common interest in
the various areas of theater. It
provides an outlet for expres-
sion and strives towards an
expansion of the personality,
through discovery. develop-
ment, and refinement of tal-
ents. The pictures on these
pages reflect the talents of the
group's members in The Rain-
maker and I Remember Mama.
128
PLAYERS
129
GroupMembers: President DennisJohnson, VicePresidenGarySchulman, Treasurer Cathy
LouLollis, SecretaryJoanneWalcez; ThomasAtten, LynneBarsalona, SusanBenincasa, Barbara
Blond, JefferyBloom, SharonBoyd, JamieBrownie, DonnaCasale, GaryCee, Robert Chiuchiolo, Virgin-
iaLeeAnneClancy, BarbaraClark, ValerieClarke, SharonDiamond, RobinDietz, RoseDiNovis, Robin
Emmerich, LouieFelice, BonnieFox, DebFox, DebbieFrancis, Mary-AnnGeronimo, JonGlass, Maria
ReneeGonzalez, SueHall iwell, Catherine-MaryHallock, TimothyHallock, Angelalovino, SteveImmari-
geon, GordonJames, DianeJones, AnneSchultz, MadelynJones, JohnKelly, AstraKuskis, DorindaLap-
inski, Gail Levbarg, LorraineLibynski, KathyMasem, JamesMcCoy, DebraMcEvoy, ChrisMcFee, Mary
AliceMurphy, KimNeitteld, HowdraNovick, LauraNugent, EdO'Conner, LuzPaez, TedPeters, Denise
Phelan, TerryPizzichemi, DebbiePorfert, BarbaraQuick, CindyQuirke, DebbieReed, JoyceRegina,
DebbieReich, MikeReilly, JudyReitman, BarbaraRogers, DianaRodriguiz, RonRomuno, MaryJo
Schlueter, Shari Simpson, Jill Stoop, SusanTamborello, LisaTrypuc, DawnWalters, Mark Wicks, Linda
Wolff, RonWood, ArnoldWorthman, Mark Yeager, Frank Yutesler, Advisor-Mr. Bert Pollock.
Players' Group is an organi-
zation composed of students
sharing a common interest in
the various areas of theater. It
provides an outlet for expres-
sion and strives towards an
expansion of the personality,
through discovery. develop-
ment, and refinement of tal-
ents. The pictures on these
pages reflect the talents of the
group's members in The Rain-
maker and I Remember Mama.
128 128
Players ' Group is an organi-
zation composed of students
sharing a common interest in
the various areas of theater. It
provides an outlet for expres-
sion and strives towards an
expansion of the personality,
through discovery, develop-
ment, and refinement of tal-
ents. The pictures on these
pages reflect the talents of the
group's members in The Rain-
maker and I Remember Mama.
PLAYERS
Group Members: President - Dennis Johnson, Vice Presiden - Gary Schulman, Treasurer - Cathy
Lou Lollis, Secretary - Joanne Walcez; Thomas Atten, Lynne Barsalona, Susan Benincasa, Barbara
Blond, Jeffery Bloom, Sharon Boyd, Jamie Brownie, Donna Casale, Gary Cee, Robert Chiuchiolo, Virgin-
ia Lee Anne Clancy, Barbara Clark, Valerie Clarke, Sharon Diamond, Robin Dietz, Rose DiNovis, Robin
Emmerich, Louie Felice, Bonnie Fox, Deb Fox, Debbie Francis, Mary-Ann Geronimo, Jon Glass, Maria
Renee Gonzalez, Sue Halliwell , Catherine-Mary Hallock, Timothy Hallock, Angela Iovino, Steve Immari-
geon, Gordon James, Diane Jones, Anne Schultz, Madelyn Jones, John Kelly, Astra Kuskis, Dorinda Lap-
inski , Gail Levbarg, Lorraine Llbynski , Kathy Masem, James McCov, DebraMcEvoy, Chris McFee, Mary
Alice Murphy, Kim Neltteld, Howdra NOViCk, Laura Nugent, Ed O'Conner, Luz Paez, Ted Peters, Denise
Phelan, Terry Pizzichemi, Debbie Porfert, Barbara Quick, Cindy Quirke, Debbie Reed, Joyce Regina,
Debbie Reich, Mike Reilly, Judy Reitman, Barbara Rogers, Diana Rodriguiz, Ron Romuno, Mary Jo
Schlueter, Shari Simpson, Jill Stoop, Susan Tamborello, Lisa Trypuc, Dawn Walters, Mark Wicks, Linda
Wolff , Ron Wood, Arnold Worthman, Mark Yeager, Frank Yutesler, Advisor-Mr. Bert Pollock.
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throughactual directing, act-
ingand camera work.
President/Treasurer David Hayman, VicePresident -PrentisHall, Secretary/CamermanEd
Canata; BrianBirkoff, Dorothy Crispi, Bart Giuliano, Cathy Kattau, ColleenKattau, KenPinkand
friends, AdvisorsMr. PhilipGreenand Mr. RalphSuarez.
CHESS CLUB
Chess Clubis provided to
promoteinterest inChessand
providea placefor Chessplay-
ers to improvetheir playing
ability.
Michael Amburster, DonKanelle, Bert Koesling, BobLarkin, Bill Leary, JamesOlson, MikeRu-
more, CharlieSpielholz, BruceTerry, JoeVocht, JoeWatroba, GeorgeWilson; Advisor Mr.
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dents learnabout thevarious
aspects of filmmaking
throughactual directing, act-
ingand camera work.
President/Treasurer David Hayman, VicePresident -PrentisHall, Secretary/CamermanEd
Canata; BrianBirkoff, Dorothy Crispi, Bart Giuliano, Cathy Kattau, ColleenKattau, KenPinkand
friends, AdvisorsMr. PhilipGreenand Mr. RalphSuarez.
CHESS CLUB
Chess Clubis provided to
promoteinterest inChessand
providea placefor Chessplay-
ers to improvetheir playing
ability.
Michael Amburster, DonKanelle, Bert Koesling, BobLarkin, Bill Leary, JamesOlson, MikeRu-
more, CharlieSpielholz, BruceTerry, JoeVocht, JoeWatroba, GeorgeWilson; Advisor Mr.
GeorgeKrall.
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FILM CLUB
In the Film Club. the stu-
dents learn about the various
aspects of film making
through actual directing. act-
ingand camera work.
President/Treasurer - David Hayman, Vice President -Prentis Hall . Secretary/ Camerman - Ed
Canata; Brian Birkoff, Dorothy Crispi, Bart Giuliano, Cathy Kattau, Colleen Kattau. Ken Pink and
friends, Advisors - Mr. Philip Green and Mr. Ralph Suarez.
CHESS CLUB
Chess Club is provided to
promote interest in Chess and
provide a place for Chess play-
ers to improve their playing
ability.
Michael Amburster, Don Kanelle, Bert Koesling, Bob Larkin, Bill Leary, James Olson, Mike Ru-
more, Charlie Spielholz, Bruce Terry, Joe Vocht , Joe Watroba, George Wilson; Advisor - Mr.
George Krall .
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THEATER CLUB
Tom Atten, Lynne Barsalona, Dianne Cox, Rose Criscione, Doreen Drake, Dennis Johnson, Astra Kukis, Bar-
bara Kossman, Sandy Lowell, Kathy Masem, Barbara Rogers, Stephanie Russo, Janet Schnebly, Jill Stoop,
Mark Sullivan, Joni Sztorc, Harry Themann, Linda Vacchiano, Geoff Wood, Advisor Mr. Andrew Treacy.
The purpose of Theater Club is to discover and explore various types of theatre. The members attend
performances of plays, about one every marking period, and then discuss the plays' meanings in their
meetings. They have seen one play dealing with theatre of the absurd, "The Importance of Being Earnest",
an English comedy by Oscar Wilde, and a couple of plays by Shakespeare.
MATH CLUB
The Math Team's goal is to develop an interest in mathematics through competition. The members dis-
cover different ways of applying mathematical ideas to solve certain problems. I hey also exchange their
ideas with members of our school and are introduced to new ideas from other schools, too.
Jeff Epstein, Jeffrey Furman, James Olson, Charles Spielholz, Dave Waggett, Advisor: Mr. James Dodge.
THEATER CLUB
Tom Atten, Lynne Barsalona, Dianne Cox, Rose Criscione, Doreen Drake, Dennis Johnson, Astra Kukis, Bar-
bara Kossman, Sandy Lowell, Kathy Masem, Barbara Rogers, Stephanie Russo, Janet Schnebly, Jill Stoop,
Mark Sullivan, Joni Sztorc, Harry Themann, Linda Vacchiano, Geoff Wood, Advisor Mr. Andrew Treacy.
The purpose of Theater Club is to discover and explore various types of theatre. The members attend
performances of plays, about one every marking period, and then discuss the plays' meanings in their
meetings. They have seen one play dealing with theatre of the absurd, "The Importance of Being Earnest",
an English comedy by Oscar Wilde, and a couple of plays by Shakespeare.
MATH CLUB
The Math Team's goal is to develop an interest in mathematics through competition. The members dis-
cover different ways of applying mathematical ideas to solve certain problems. I hey also exchange their
ideas with members of our school and are introduced to new ideas from other schools, too.
Jeff Epstein, Jeffrey Furman, James Olson, Charles Spielholz, Dave Waggett, Advisor: Mr. James Dodge.
THEATER CLUB
Tom Atten, Lynne Barsalona, Dianne Cox, Rose Criscione, Doreen Drake, Dennis Johnson, Astra Kukis, Bar-
bara Kossman, Sandy Lowell, Kathy Masem, Barbara Rogers, Stephanie Russo, Janet Schnebly, Jill Stoop,
Mark Sullivan, Joni Sztorc, Harry Themann , Linda Vacchiano, Geoff Wood, Advisor - Mr. Andrew Treacy .
The purpose of Theater Club is to discover and explore various types of theatre. The members attend
performances of plays, about one every marking period, and then discuss the plays' meanings in their
meetings. They have seen one play dealing with theatre of the absurd, "The Importance of Being Earnest",
an English comedy by Oscar Wilde, and a couple of plays by Shakespeare.
MATH CLUB
The Math Team's goal is to develop an interest in mathematics through competition . The members dis-
cover different ways of applying mathematical ideas to solve certain problems. I hey also exchange their
ideas with members of our school and are introduced to new ideas from other schools, too.
Jeff Epstein, Jeffrey Furman, James Olson, Charles Spielholz, Dave Waggett. Advisor: Mr. James Dodge.
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HONOR SOCIETY
:dor
Honor Society sets an ex-
ample of leadershipand
guides others towards new
ways of exhibiting their aca-
demic talents. Honor Society
members aidthose students
who are having difficulties in
certain subject areas, andtry
to helpthose students discover
new ways to helpthemselves.
ILA
President Brian Hawkins, Vice President Bonnie Gafney, Secretary Linda Geist, Treasurer Ellen Levine, Sean Adams, Michael
Ambrosio. Thomas Atten, DavidBamberger, John Barone, Patrick Borzi, Diane Carrero, Virginia Clancy, Lynn Combatti, Nancy DaConta,
Lorin DeBono, WinifredDempsey, Denise Diamond, Patricia Fenz, Carol Garber, Joan Gerdes, Jon Glass, Prentis Hall, Dennis Johnson, Pe-
ter Kane, Frances Kasner, Mindy Knoth, Charlene Krygier, Astra Kuskis, George Laskaris, Sandra Lowell, Charles Lynch, Paul McFarlane,
Patrick McKenna, Robert McMann, Helene Markowitz, Daniel Marran, Jean Matejka, Jaye Meyer, Diane Neubeck, James Olson. Peter Robin-
son, Dennis Roman, Victoria Rudtke, Karen Schwarzschild, Karen Schenkel, Mary Siniwa, Mary Anne Smith, Lori Stockmar, Mark Sullivan,
WilliamThieben, Diane Valenti. Daniel VanDenberg, Deanna Wade, Donna West, Patricia Whitlock, George Wilson, Debra Zegel; Advisor -
Mrs. ElizabethCartisano.
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HONOR SOCIETY
:dor
Honor Society sets an ex-
ample of leadershipand
guides others towards new
ways of exhibiting their aca-
demic talents. Honor Society
members aidthose students
who are having difficulties in
certain subject areas, andtry
to helpthose students discover
new ways to helpthemselves.
ILA
President Brian Hawkins, Vice President Bonnie Gafney, Secretary Linda Geist, Treasurer Ellen Levine, Sean Adams, Michael
Ambrosio. Thomas Atten, DavidBamberger, John Barone, Patrick Borzi, Diane Carrero, Virginia Clancy, Lynn Combatti, Nancy DaConta,
Lorin DeBono, WinifredDempsey, Denise Diamond, Patricia Fenz, Carol Garber, Joan Gerdes, Jon Glass, Prentis Hall, Dennis Johnson, Pe-
ter Kane, Frances Kasner, Mindy Knoth, Charlene Krygier, Astra Kuskis, George Laskaris, Sandra Lowell, Charles Lynch, Paul McFarlane,
Patrick McKenna, Robert McMann, Helene Markowitz, Daniel Marran, Jean Matejka, Jaye Meyer, Diane Neubeck, James Olson. Peter Robin-
son, Dennis Roman, Victoria Rudtke, Karen Schwarzschild, Karen Schenkel, Mary Siniwa, Mary Anne Smith, Lori Stockmar, Mark Sullivan,
WilliamThieben, Diane Valenti. Daniel VanDenberg, Deanna Wade, Donna West, Patricia Whitlock, George Wilson, Debra Zegel; Advisor -
Mrs. ElizabethCartisano.
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HONOR SOCIETY
Honor Society sets an ex-
ample of leadership and
guides others towards new
ways of exh i biti ng thei r aca-
demic talents. Honor Society
members aid those students
who are having difficulties in
certain subject areas, and try
to help those students discover
new ways to help themselves.
President - Brian Hawkins, Vice President - Bonnie Gafney, Secretary - Linda Geist, Treasurer - Ellen Levine, Sean Adams, Michael
Ambrosio, Thomas Atten, David Bamberger, John Barone, Patrick Borzi , Diane Carrero, Virginia Clancy, Lynn Combatti. Nancy DaConta,
Lorin DeBono, Winifred Dempsey, Denise Diamond, Patricia Fenz, Carol Garber, Joan Gerdes, Jon Glass, Prentis Hall, Dennis Johnson, Pe-
ter Kane, Frances Kasner, Mindy Knoth, Charlene Krygier, Astra Kuskis, George Laskaris, Sandra Lowell, Charles Lynch, Paul McFarlane,
Patrick McKenna, Robert McMann, Helene Markowitz, Daniel Marran, Jean Matejka, Jaye Meyer, Diane Neubeck. James Olson, Peter Robin-
son, Dennis Roman. Victoria Rudtke, Karen Schwarzschild, Karen Schenkel. Mary Siniwa, Mary Anne Smith, Lori Stockmar, Mark Sullivan,
William Thieben, Diane Valenti, Daniel VanDenberg, Deanna Wade. Donna West. Patricia Whitlock, George Wilson, Debra Zegel ; Advisor-
Mrs. Elizabeth Cartisano.
GENERAL ORGANIZATION
The General Organization has been
established to coordinate the affairs of
all clubs and classes. One of their chief
interests lies in organizing the home-
coming program. It controls the finan-
cial interests of all clubs and G.O.
funds at Patchogue-Medford High.
The General Organization provides
communication among the students,
the faculty, administration, and the
community. Its main purposes are to
protect the rights of all students and to
provide activities that are open to the
entire student body.
President Roseann Criscione, Vice
President Social Jodi Campbell,
Vice President Communications -
Vicki Amone, Recording Secretary -
Ellen Bikoff, Treasurer Karen
Rhode, Advisor Mr. John Sifanek.
PRESENTS . . .
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GENERAL ORGANIZATION
The General Organization has been
established to coordinate the affairs of
all clubs and classes. One of their chief
interests lies in organizing the home-
coming program. It controls the finan-
cial interests of all clubs and G.O.
funds at Patchogue-Medford High.
The General Organization provides
communication among the students,
the faculty, administration, and the
community. Its main purposes are to
protect the rights of all students and to
provide activities that are open to the
entire student body.
President Roseann Criscione, Vice
President Social Jodi Campbell,
Vice President Communications -
Vicki Amone, Recording Secretary -
Ellen Bikoff, Treasurer Karen
Rhode, Advisor Mr. John Sifanek.
PRESENTS . . .
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GENERAL ORGANIZATION
Presi dent - Roseann Cri scione. Vi ce
President - Social - Jodi Campbell.
Vi ce Presi dent - Communi cat ions -
Vi cki Amone. Recording Secretary -
Ell en Bi koff . Treas urer - Karen
Rhode. Advi sor - Mr. John Sifanek.
The General Organization has been
established to coordinate the affairs of
all clubs and classes. One of their chief
interests lies in organizing the home-
coming program. It controls the finan-
cial interests of all clubs and G.O.
funds at Patchogue-Medford High.
The General Organization provides
communication among the students.
the faculty. administration. and the
commtJnity. Its main purposes are to
protect the rights of all students and to
provide activities that are open to the
entire student body.
PRESENTS
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... HOMECOMING ... HOMECOMING HOMECOMING
This year's Homecoming marked a departure from Patchogue tradi-
tion in two respects: Firstly, the Junior float took top honors in the Half-
time competition. Secondly, the game ended with the Raiders on top.
The Junior Float, depicting a very large Raider trampling two Linden-
hurst players, defeated both the Senior's Snoopy and the Sophomore's
Stairway.
The Patchogue Varsity squad beat Lindenhurst in the cross-over
game. Kevin Rooney, who went over the 2,000 yard mark in the game,
was voted the M.V.P. He was also honored for his appointment to the All-
League and All-County teams. Craig Kelskey was named the Varsity's
most spirited player.
Elections for Homecoming queen were held, and Sue Gorman, Varsity
Cheerleading Captain, won.
All in all, it was a weekend for tradition and a weekend of surprises.
This year's Homecoming marked a departure from Patchogue tradi-
tion in two respects: Firstly, the Junior float took top honors in the Half-
time competition. Secondly, the game ended with the Raiders on top.
The Junior Float, depicting a very large Raider trampling two Linden-
hurst players, defeated both the Senior's Snoopy and the Sophomore's
Stairway.
The Patchogue Varsity squad beat Lindenhurst in the cross-over
game. Kevin Rooney, who went over the 2,000 yard mark in the game,
was voted the M.V.P. He was also honored for his appointment to the All-
League and All-County teams. Craig Kelskey was named the Varsity's
most spirited player.
Elections for Homecoming queen were held, and Sue Gorman, Varsity
Cheerleading Captain, won.
All in all, it was a weekend for tradition and a weekend of surprises.
This year 's Homecoming marked a departure from Patchogue tradi-
tion in two respects: Firstly, the Junior float took top honors in the Half-
time competition. Secondly, the game ended with the Raiders on top.
The Junior Float. depicting a very large Raider trampling two Linden-
hurst players, defeated both the Senior' s Snoopy and the Sophomore' s
Stairway.
The Patchogue Varsity squad beat Lindenhurst in the cross-over
game. Kevin Rooney, who went over the 2,000 yard mark in the game,
was voted the M.V.P. He was also honored for his appointment to the AII-
League and All-County teams. Craig Kelskey was named the Varsity' s
most spirited player .
Elections for Homecoming queen were held, and Sue Gorman, Varsity
Cheerleading Captain, won.
All in all , it was a weekend for tradition and a weekend of surprises.
THE MUSIC CLUBS


Patchogue-Medford students can devel-
op their music skills in seven different
clubs. They can play instruments in. one of
the bands or sing in one of the choruses.
Students can also march with the Band and
display the flag in the Color Guard.
Here is your chance to make music at
Patchogue-Medford.
1. Orchestra
2. Color Guard
3. Marching Band
4. Concert Band
5. Stage Band
6. Chorus
7. Madrigal Signers
4
1-ORCHESTRA
The Orchestra offers to those students who
are talented in music, a channel in techniques
they have obtained through training and prac-
tice. It gives students the chance to discover and
select outstanding compositions that may fur-
ther add to their training and esthetic growth.
Another purpose of the Orchestra is the pres-
entation of concerts and recitals to the public
and to the student body. In this way, the mem-
bers of the Orchestra share their music with the
entire community.
Janelle Austin, Lynne Barsalona, Doug Hoffmann, Diane Neubeck, Sue
Themann, Joanne Walcez, Barbara Blond, Lynn Combatti, Rosemary Di-
Novis, Mike Ambruster, Stephanie D'Alberto, Gene Dzus, Marty Kane, Ka-
thy Jackson, Carol Ann Meyer, Carol Perry, Pattie Siemen, John Liguori.
Barbara Rogers, Diane DeCarlo, Debbie Schmidt, Mark Sullivan, Paul Mc-
Farlane, Jon Olson. David Wagget, Kathy Masem, Sue Rosner, Howard
Stuart-Houston, Bob Osuna, Geoffry Wood. Jeff Furman, Ralph Reinckens,
Ed Lacinski, Regina Collinson, Advisor-Mr. Raymond Lysak.
THE MUSIC CLUBS


Patchogue-Medford students can devel-
op their music skills in seven different
clubs. They can play instruments in. one of
the bands or sing in one of the choruses.
Students can also march with the Band and
display the flag in the Color Guard.
Here is your chance to make music at
Patchogue-Medford.
1. Orchestra
2. Color Guard
3. Marching Band
4. Concert Band
5. Stage Band
6. Chorus
7. Madrigal Signers
4
1-ORCHESTRA
The Orchestra offers to those students who
are talented in music, a channel in techniques
they have obtained through training and prac-
tice. It gives students the chance to discover and
select outstanding compositions that may fur-
ther add to their training and esthetic growth.
Another purpose of the Orchestra is the pres-
entation of concerts and recitals to the public
and to the student body. In this way, the mem-
bers of the Orchestra share their music with the
entire community.
Janelle Austin, Lynne Barsalona, Doug Hoffmann, Diane Neubeck, Sue
Themann, Joanne Walcez, Barbara Blond, Lynn Combatti, Rosemary Di-
Novis, Mike Ambruster, Stephanie D'Alberto, Gene Dzus, Marty Kane, Ka-
thy Jackson, Carol Ann Meyer, Carol Perry, Pattie Siemen, John Liguori.
Barbara Rogers, Diane DeCarlo, Debbie Schmidt, Mark Sullivan, Paul Mc-
Farlane, Jon Olson. David Wagget, Kathy Masem, Sue Rosner, Howard
Stuart-Houston, Bob Osuna, Geoffry Wood. Jeff Furman, Ralph Reinckens,
Ed Lacinski, Regina Collinson, Advisor-Mr. Raymond Lysak.
THE MUSIC CLUBS
Patchogue-Medford students can devel-
op their music skills in seven different
clubs. They can play instruments in. one of
the bands or sing in one of the choruses.
Students can also march with the Band and
display the flag in the Color Guard.
Here is your chance to make music at
Patchogue-Medford.
# 1 - ORCHESTRA
1. Orchestra
2. Color Guard
3. Marching Band
4. Concert Band
5. Stage Band
6. Chorus
7. Madrigal Signers
The Orchestra offers to those students who
are talented in music, a channel in techniques
they have obtained through training and prac-
tice. It gives students the chance to discover and
select outstanding compositions that may fur-
ther add to their training and esthetic growth.
Another purpose of the Orchestra is the pres-
entation of concerts and recitals to the public
and to the student body. In this way, the mem-
bers of the Orchestra share their music with the
entire community.
Janelle Austin, Lynne Barsalona, Doug Hoffmann, Diane Neubeck, Sue
Themann, Joanne Walcez, Barbara Blond, Lynn Combatti , Rosemary Di-
Novis, Mike Ambruster, Stephanie D'Alberto, Gene Dzus, Marty Kane, Ka-
thy Jackson, Carol Ann Meyer, Carol Perry, Pattie Siemen, John Liguori ,
Barbara Rogers, Diane DeCarlo, Debbie Schmidt, Mark Sull ivan, Paul Mc-
Farlane, Jon Olson, David Wagget. Kathy Masem, Sue Rosner, Howard
Stuart-Houston, Bob Osuna, Geoffry Wood, Jeff Furman, Ralph Reinckens,
Ed Lacinski , Regina Coll inson, Advisor-Mr. Raymond Lysak.
The Color Guard adds to the appearance of the Marching Band
by providing unusually exciting drills and routines using flags and
rifles.
Captain Debbie Ruse; Sue Smith, Sue Viadenello.
Lynn Bacelli, Alison Garetto, Barbara Wicks, Pat
McDonald, Deanna Wade.
All members of the Marching
Band also play with the Concert
Band. (See next page.) The March-
ing Band is conducted by Mr. Glenn
Brown.
In the Marching Band students learn marching drills with music so
they can perform in front of hundreds of people. This band marches at
all of Patchogue - Medford's Home football games. It also participates in
various competitions and band festivals.
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# 2 COLOR GUARD
#3 MARCHING BAND
The Color Guard adds to the appearance of the Marching Band
by providing unusually exciting drills and routines using flags and
rifles.
Captain Debbie Ruse; Sue Smith, Sue Viadenello.
Lynn Bacelli, Alison Garetto, Barbara Wicks, Pat
McDonald, Deanna Wade.
All members of the Marching
Band also play with the Concert
Band. (See next page.) The March-
ing Band is conducted by Mr. Glenn
Brown.
In the Marching Band students learn marching drills with music so
they can perform in front of hundreds of people. This band marches at
all of Patchogue - Medford's Home football games. It also participates in
various competitions and band festivals.
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# 2 COLOR GUARD
#3 MARCHING BAND
# 2 - COLOR GUARD
The Color Guard adds to the appearance of the Marching Band
by providing unusually exciting drills and routines using flags and
rifles.
Captain - Debbie Ruse; Sue Smith, Sue Viadenello,
Lynn Bacelli, Alison Garetto, Barbara Wicks, Pat
McDonald, Deanna Wade.
#3 -MARCHING BAND
All members of the Marching
Band also play with the Concert
Band. (See next page.) The March-
ing Band is conducted by Mr. Glenn
Brown.
In the Marching Band students learn marching drills with music so
they can perform in front of hundreds of people. This band marches at
all of Patchogue - Medford's Home football games. It also participates in
various competitions and band festivals.
#5 STAGE BAND
Members of the Stage Band discover and
learn to performmodern music, with a spe-
cial emphasis placed on various forms of
jazz.
Cathy Ackert, ClareBrengel, ReginaCollinson, SharonDiamond, Gary Engesser,
Jeff Epstein, Jeff Furman, SteveInterrante, HowardStuart-Houston, EdLascin-
ski, JohnLiguori, SandraLowell, Al Maccagli, DonPierno, RalphReinckens, Bob
Salzano, DebbieSchmidt, Sharri Simpson, Mark Sullivan. CraigTillman. Dale
Tillman, BrianWinkler, Jeff Wood.
#4 CONCERT BAND
After the marching band season ends it transforms into the concert
band and turns its attention to performing a wide variety of symphonic
music, ranging frommodern to classical.
The band performs numerous times during the year for the commun-
ity as well as the school. This year the 84 member band, which is one of
the largest ever in Patchogue, will participate in the NewYork State
Band Competition, performing for a grade of "6A", the highest that can
be awarded.
During the last period of the day, the sounds of the band can be heard
as, its members prepare themselves for their upcoming performances
which usually are not far away.
DrumMajor HowardStuart-Huston, President Kathy Masem, VicePresident -
JohnLiguori, Treasurer Mark Sullivan, Secretary BarbaraRogers, Kathy Ackert, Pa-
triciaAhern, KarenAiosa, JohnArianas, TomAtten, Fatmir Barolli, LindaBeller, ToddBer-
ger. ClaireBrengel, DawnBuckley, JamesCarfera, DonnaCucuzza, LouisD'Ambrosio,
DianeDeCario, SharonDiamond, DoreenDrake, Gary Engesser, CharlesEppelshimer, Jeff
Epstein, JohnFranco, Jeff Furman, MauraGenova, JonGlass, Ray Hagward, Tommy Hu-
dak, SteveIntenante, Cathy Jackson, DennisJohnson, Michael Johnson, GlennJordan,
DeniseKelsey, EdLacinski, DebbieLigouri, Sandy Lowell, TomLynch, Kathy Maguire, Dor-
othy Marano, Kathy Masem, JohnMetejka, VirginaMazzeo, KimMacDonald, Paul Mc-
Farlane, Carol AnnMeyer. GeorgeMohl, MonicaMurray, Nancy Nemshick, Kathy O'-
Donnell, Robert Osuna, BonniePayntar, JessePayntar, JuanPerez, Carol Perry, Donald
Pierno, JoseRamos, RalphReinckens, HaroldReynolds, BarbaraRogers, EliseRosen, Susan
Rosner, BobSalzano, Cathy Sandin, JohnSaporito, DebraSchmidt, EileenShaw, Laurie
Shortino, LeeAnnSiegel, Peter Spaccaratella, Mark Sullivan, JohnTempkey, CraigTill-
man, Marjory Tonor, LeeTucker, DavidWaggett, DianeWoitas, Geof Wood, ManninaZollo,
JonOlson, ReginaCollinson, JoeMarano, AndrewClancy, JeanneThemann, Advisor Mr.
. GlennBrown.
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#6 CHORUS
The purpose of Chorus is to expose the
students to various types of music, and in so
doing, to the different techniques used in
performing it. In discovering jazz, classical,
or comtemporary music, hopefully the stu-
dent will acquire not only an understanding.
but also an appreciation for it.
President Linda Geist, Vice President Chris Honey,
Secretary Audrey Slabowski, Treasurer Lorin De-
Bono, Tom Atten, Lori Blake, Sue Benincasa, Ronnie
Bleecher, Patricia Calorie, Barbara Clark, Kathy Clune,
Barbara Davis, Kathy Davis, Robin Emmerica, Joan
Gerdes, Maria Gonzalez. Suzanne HalliWell. David Hay-
man, Mattie Humphrey. Steve Immarigeon, Shirly
James, Henry Jansen, Dennis Johnson, Diane Jones,
Cathy Kemp, Marie Lefrentz, Cathy-Lou Lollis. Sandra
Lowell. Penny Luca. Ellen Luff. Laurieann Mach, Kathy
Maguire, Patti Majeski, Kathy Masem, Marie McCabe,
Kevin McCormick. Michele Michael, Lori Monaco. Carol
Ann Meyer, Wendy Newman. Kathy Pausewang, Donna
Perrone. Debbie Reich, Eileen Rimland, Diana Rodri-
quez, Barbara Rogers, Elisa Rothenberg. Millie Santiago,
Gary Schulman. Diane Sieber, Karen Smith, Jill Stoop.
Mark Sullivan, Deanna Wade, Joanne Walcez. Kathy
Welsch. Ron Watkins, Bob Wilson, David Wagget, Lisa
Yauington, Advisor Mr. William Morgan.
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#6 CHORUS
The purpose of Chorus is to expose the
students to various types of music, and in so
doing, to the different techniques used in
performing it. In discovering jazz, classical,
or comtemporary music, hopefully the stu-
dent will acquire not only an understanding.
but also an appreciation for it.
President Linda Geist, Vice President Chris Honey,
Secretary Audrey Slabowski, Treasurer Lorin De-
Bono, Tom Atten, Lori Blake, Sue Benincasa, Ronnie
Bleecher, Patricia Calorie, Barbara Clark, Kathy Clune,
Barbara Davis, Kathy Davis, Robin Emmerica, Joan
Gerdes, Maria Gonzalez. Suzanne HalliWell. David Hay-
man, Mattie Humphrey. Steve Immarigeon, Shirly
James, Henry Jansen, Dennis Johnson, Diane Jones,
Cathy Kemp, Marie Lefrentz, Cathy-Lou Lollis. Sandra
Lowell. Penny Luca. Ellen Luff. Laurieann Mach, Kathy
Maguire, Patti Majeski, Kathy Masem, Marie McCabe,
Kevin McCormick. Michele Michael, Lori Monaco. Carol
Ann Meyer, Wendy Newman. Kathy Pausewang, Donna
Perrone. Debbie Reich, Eileen Rimland, Diana Rodri-
quez, Barbara Rogers, Elisa Rothenberg. Millie Santiago,
Gary Schulman. Diane Sieber, Karen Smith, Jill Stoop.
Mark Sullivan, Deanna Wade, Joanne Walcez. Kathy
Welsch. Ron Watkins, Bob Wilson, David Wagget, Lisa
Yauington, Advisor Mr. William Morgan.
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#6-CHORUS
The purpose of Chorus is to expose the
students to various types of music, and in so
doing, to the different techniques used in
performing it. In discovering jazz, classical,
or comtemporary music, hopefully the stu-
dent will acquire not only an understanding,
but also an appreciation for it.
President - Linda Geist, Vice President - Chris Honey,
Secretary - Audrey Siabowski, Treasurer - Lorin De-
Bono, Tom Atten, Lori Blake, Sue Benincasa, Ronnie
Bleecher. Patricia Calorie. Barbara Clark. Kathy Clune.
Barbara Davis, Kathy Davis. Robin Emmerica. Joan
Gerdes. Maria Gonzalez. Suzanne HalliWell. David Hay-
man. Mattie Humphrey. Steve Immarigeon. Shirly
James. Henry Jansen. Dennis Johnson, Diane Jones.
Cathy Kemp. Marie Lefrentz. Cathy-Lou Lollis. Sandra
Lowell. Penny Luca. Ellen Luff. Laurieann Mach. Kathy
Maguire. Patti Majeski. Kathy Masem, Marie McCabe.
Kevin McCormick. Michele Michael. Lori Monaco, Carol
Ann Meyer. Wendy Newman. Kathy Pausewang. Donna
Perrone. Debbie Reich. Eileen Rimland. Diana Rodri-
quez. Barbara Rogers. Elisa Rothenberg. Millie Santiago.
Gary Schulman. Diane Sieber. Karen Smith. Jill Stoop.
Mark Sullivan. Deanna Wade. Joanne Walcez. Kathy
Welsch. Ron Watkins, Bob Wilson. David Wagget. Lisa
Yauington. Advisor - Mr. William Morgan.
#7 MADRIGAL SINGERS
The Madrigal Singers are a select group of singers
chosen fromthe chorus. They performmedieval mu-
sic usually without accompaniment.
TomAtten, Lorin DeBono, Linda Geist, Chris Honey, Sandra Lowell,
Laurieann Mach, Kathy Maguire, Kathy Pausewang, Debbie Reich,
Gary Schulman, Audrey Slabowski, Mark Sullivan, Bob Wilson, Da-
vid Wagget, Advisor Mr. WilliamMorgan.
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#7 MADRIGAL SINGERS
The Madrigal Singers are a select group of singers
chosen fromthe chorus. They performmedieval mu-
sic usually without accompaniment.
TomAtten, Lorin DeBono, Linda Geist, Chris Honey, Sandra Lowell,
Laurieann Mach, Kathy Maguire, Kathy Pausewang, Debbie Reich,
Gary Schulman, Audrey Slabowski, Mark Sullivan, Bob Wilson, Da-
vid Wagget, Advisor Mr. WilliamMorgan.
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#7 - MADRIGAL SINGERS
The Madrigal Singers are a select group of singers
chosen from the chorus. They perform medieval mu-
sic usually without accompaniment.
Tom Atten, Lorin DeBono, Linda Geist, Chris Honey, Sandra Lowell.
Laurieann Mach. Kathy Maguire, Kathy Pausewang, Debbie Reich.
Gary Schulman, Audrey Siabowski, Mark Sullivan, Bob Wilson. Da-
vid Wagget, Advisor - Mr. William Morgan.
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ALL SCHOOL MUSICAL
This year's All-School musical will be re-
membered by its cast and crew for a long
time. They set a secord by attending a techni-
cal rehearsal for thirteen hours and forty-
three minutes.
Making his debut as conductor for a high
school musical, Mr. Glenn Brown did an out-
standing job with the pit orchestra. Mr. Robert
Rightmire and Mr. John Sifaneck co-produced
the show making it an efficient money-making
proposition. Mr. Vilardo painted and Mr. O'-
Grady hammered to produce some unusual
and unsurpassed visual effects. And the direc-
.
tion, handled of course by Mr. Pollock, was
superb.
All in all, Finian's Rainbow was a grand suc-
cess for its participants and its audience.
ALL SCHOOL MUSICAL
This year's All-School musical will be re-
membered by its cast and crew for a long
time. They set a secord by attending a techni-
cal rehearsal for thirteen hours and forty-
three minutes.
Making his debut as conductor for a high
school musical, Mr. Glenn Brown did an out-
standing job with the pit orchestra. Mr. Robert
Rightmire and Mr. John Sifaneck co-produced
the show making it an efficient money-making
proposition. Mr. Vilardo painted and Mr. O'-
Grady hammered to produce some unusual
and unsurpassed visual effects. And the direc-
.
tion, handled of course by Mr. Pollock, was
superb.
All in all, Finian's Rainbow was a grand suc-
cess for its participants and its audience.
This year's All-School musical will be re-
membered by its cast and crew for a long
time. They set a secord by attending a techni-
cal rehearsal for thirteen hours and forty-
three minutes.
Making his debut as conductor for a high
school musical, Mr. Glenn Brown did an out-
standing job with the pit orchestra. Mr. Robert
Rightmire and Mr. John Sifaneck co-produced
the show making it an efficient money-making.
proposition. Mr. Vilardo painted and Mr. O'-
Grady hammered to produce some unusual,
and unsurpassed visual effects. And the direc-
tion, handled of course by Mr . Pollock, was
superb.
All in all, Finian's Rainbow was a grand suc-
cess for its participants and its audience.
ALL SCHOOL MUSICAL
FINIAN'S RAINBOW FINIAN'S RAINBOW FI NIAN'S RAI NBOW
CREW OF THE PEQUOD
The Crew of the Pequod goes on
many adventurous outings and holds
frequent meetings. They claim to be in
search of "The Holy Mountain" and
"The Great White Whale."
They explore new life styles and at-
tempt to find one that will suit their
own purposes and goals.
Charles Beller, Todd Berchen, Doreen Brandslet-
ter, Sue Collins, Terry Palermo, Denise Phelan,
Judy Reitman, Gary Rizzi, Robert Roberto, Mar-
garet Rose, John Schneider, Sherry Zaharatos,
Advisors Mr. Victor Gallis, Ms Janet Hughes.
LEADERS CLUB
Leader's Club is an organization set up
to assist the gym teachers by taking at-
tendance in large classes. The girls be-
come familiar with the operation and
organization of gym classes. They must
show responsibility regarding prompt-
ness, reliabilty, and accuracy.
Hope Adams, Barbara Archbold, Lisa Baldwin, Susan Benincasa, Barbara Bradley, Vicki Cardamone, Kathy Clune, Dianne Cox, Lorin DeBono,
Diane DeCarlo, Patricia Fenz, Jean-Marie Fuccillo, Carol Garber. Pat Gearity, Linda Geist, Joan Gerdes, Suzanne Halliwell, Lari Hodkin, Chris Hon-
ey, Cathy Kattau, Colleen Kattau, Cathy Kemp, Mindy Knoth, Jean Levit, Patti Luca. Mary Lynn Maroney, Cathy Neil, Chris O'Connor, Kathy Pause-
wang, Arlene Pitilon, Sara Jane Ransome, Debbie Reich. (lean Robelln, Linda Russel, Roberta Sadofsky, Maria Santercimo, Brynna Schudrich,
Grace Scaro, Karen Schwarzschild, Jill Sirianni, Laurie Shortino, Audrey Slabowski, Wendy Slovensky, Mary Jane Space, Donna Spetko, Diane
Steimers, Lori Stockmar, Joni Sztorc, Joanne Walcez, Margaret Wasilewicz. Advisors Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. Jeri Clendennen, Miss Paula Lindsay.
144
CREW OF THE PEQUOD
The Crew of the Pequod goes on
many adventurous outings and holds
frequent meetings. They claim to be in
search of "The Holy Mountain" and
"The Great White Whale."
They explore new life styles and at-
tempt to find one that will suit their
own purposes and goals.
Charles Beller, Todd Berchen, Doreen Brandslet-
ter, Sue Collins, Terry Palermo, Denise Phelan,
Judy Reitman, Gary Rizzi, Robert Roberto, Mar-
garet Rose, John Schneider, Sherry Zaharatos,
Advisors Mr. Victor Gallis, Ms Janet Hughes.
LEADERS CLUB
Leader's Club is an organization set up
to assist the gym teachers by taking at-
tendance in large classes. The girls be-
come familiar with the operation and
organization of gym classes. They must
show responsibility regarding prompt-
ness, reliabilty, and accuracy.
Hope Adams, Barbara Archbold, Lisa Baldwin, Susan Benincasa, Barbara Bradley, Vicki Cardamone, Kathy Clune, Dianne Cox, Lorin DeBono,
Diane DeCarlo, Patricia Fenz, Jean-Marie Fuccillo, Carol Garber. Pat Gearity, Linda Geist, Joan Gerdes, Suzanne Halliwell, Lari Hodkin, Chris Hon-
ey, Cathy Kattau, Colleen Kattau, Cathy Kemp, Mindy Knoth, Jean Levit, Patti Luca. Mary Lynn Maroney, Cathy Neil, Chris O'Connor, Kathy Pause-
wang, Arlene Pitilon, Sara Jane Ransome, Debbie Reich. (lean Robelln, Linda Russel, Roberta Sadofsky, Maria Santercimo, Brynna Schudrich,
Grace Scaro, Karen Schwarzschild, Jill Sirianni, Laurie Shortino, Audrey Slabowski, Wendy Slovensky, Mary Jane Space, Donna Spetko, Diane
Steimers, Lori Stockmar, Joni Sztorc, Joanne Walcez, Margaret Wasilewicz. Advisors Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. Jeri Clendennen, Miss Paula Lindsay.
144
CREW OF THE PEQUOD
The Crew of the Pequod goes on
many adventurous outings and holds
frequent meetings. They claim to be in
search of "The Holy Mountain" and
"The Great White Whale."
They explore new life styles and at-
tempt to find one that will suit their
own purposes and goals.
Charles Beller. Todd Berchen. Doreen Brandslet-
ter. Sue Collins. Terry Palermo. Denise Phelan.
Judy Reitman. Gary Rizzi . Robert Roberto. Mar-
garet Rose. John Schneider. Sherry Zaharatos.
Advisors - Mr. Victor Gallis. Ms Janet Hughes.
LEADERS CLUB
Leader's Club is an organization set up
to assist the gym teachers by taking at-
tendance in large classes. The girls be-
come familiar with the operation and
organization of gym classes. They must
show responsibility regarding prompt-
ness, reliabilty, and accuracy.
144
Hope Adams. Barbara Archbold. Lisa Baldwin. Susan Benincasa. Barbara Bradley, Vicki Cardamone. Kathy Clune, Dianne Cox. Lorin DeBono.
Diane DeCarlo. Patricia Fenz, Jean-Marie Fuccillo, Carol Garber. Pat Gearity, Linda Geist. Joan Gerdes. Suzanne Halliwell . Lari Hodkin. Chris Hon-
ey. Cathy Kattau, Colleen Kattau. Cathy Kemp. Mindy Knoth. Jean Levit. Patti Luca. Mary Lynn Maroney. Cathy Neil . Chris O'Connor. Kathy Pause-
wang, Arlene Pitilon. Sara Jane Ransome. Debbie Reich. IIean Robelln. Linda Russel . Roberta Sadofsky, Maria Santercimo. Brynna Schudrich.
Grace Scaro. Karen Schwarzschild. Jill Sirianni. Laurie Shortino. Audrey Siabowski. Wendy Siovensky, Mary Jane Space. Donna Spetko. Diane
Steimers. Lori Stockmar. Joni Sztorc. Joanne Walcez. Margaret Wasilewicz. Advisors - Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. Jeri Clendennen. Miss Paula Lindsay.
SKI CLUB
The members of the Ski Club
discover the great outdoors in the
winter time. They see how won-
derful it is in the mountains
among the snow and pine trees.
ITS A DIFFERENT LIFE,
A BEAUTIFUL LIFE.
President Jamie Brownie, Ficst Vice President Dale Quatrale, Second Vice President Patty Gody, Treasurer Lisa Godbolt, Secretary -
Linda Marino, Advisor Mr. Phip Merriam.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Athletic Association helps
students discover their athletic
abilities while promoting athlet-
ics in the school: In the accompa-
nying photo Steve Tasker smiles
at the accomplishments of his
group.
President Steven Tasker, Vice President Mike Lucia, Secretary Frank Fufaro, Treasurer Ronnie Robinson, Steve Agnettl, Mike Ambrosio,
Mike Aufrecht, Mike Baum, Jerry Berkemeger, Jim Berkmeyer, Bill Berretta, Pat Borzi, Frank Burro, Meaghan Cantwell, John Clemente, Rick Col-
lins, Gary Crichton, Mike Croce, Rick Daniello, Gary Davis, Vinny DeBono, Mike DeGasperi, Brad Downs, Jeff Ellis, Joe Escobar, Dave Falkner, John
Fiore, Doug Gargano. Frank Garritano, Ricky Hahn, Dave Hill, Ed Hutchens, Brian Kelskey, Ken Kentoffio, Brian Knatz, Gary Knatz, Bill Leon, Bruce
Levine, Bob Lum, Gary Mancuso, Bill Mathews, Jim McCoy, Greg McKenna, Pat McKenna, Mike Meyer, Marty Minardi, Carl Musemeci, Marty O'-
Brien, Dan Perkins, Mary-Ann Perry, Advisor - Mr. Frank Provenzano.
145
SKI CLUB
The members of the Ski Club
discover the great outdoors in the
winter time. They see how won-
derful it is in the mountains
among the snow and pine trees.
ITS A DIFFERENT LIFE,
A BEAUTIFUL LIFE.
President Jamie Brownie, Ficst Vice President Dale Quatrale, Second Vice President Patty Gody, Treasurer Lisa Godbolt, Secretary -
Linda Marino, Advisor Mr. Phip Merriam.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Athletic Association helps
students discover their athletic
abilities while promoting athlet-
ics in the school: In the accompa-
nying photo Steve Tasker smiles
at the accomplishments of his
group.
President Steven Tasker, Vice President Mike Lucia, Secretary Frank Fufaro, Treasurer Ronnie Robinson, Steve Agnettl, Mike Ambrosio,
Mike Aufrecht, Mike Baum, Jerry Berkemeger, Jim Berkmeyer, Bill Berretta, Pat Borzi, Frank Burro, Meaghan Cantwell, John Clemente, Rick Col-
lins, Gary Crichton, Mike Croce, Rick Daniello, Gary Davis, Vinny DeBono, Mike DeGasperi, Brad Downs, Jeff Ellis, Joe Escobar, Dave Falkner, John
Fiore, Doug Gargano. Frank Garritano, Ricky Hahn, Dave Hill, Ed Hutchens, Brian Kelskey, Ken Kentoffio, Brian Knatz, Gary Knatz, Bill Leon, Bruce
Levine, Bob Lum, Gary Mancuso, Bill Mathews, Jim McCoy, Greg McKenna, Pat McKenna, Mike Meyer, Marty Minardi, Carl Musemeci, Marty O'-
Brien, Dan Perkins, Mary-Ann Perry, Advisor - Mr. Frank Provenzano.
145
SKI CLUB
The members of the Ski Club
discover the great outdoors in the
wi nter time. They see how won-
derful it is in the mountains
a mong the snow and pine trees.
IT'S A DIFFERENT LIFE,
A BEAUTIFUL LIFE.
President - Jamie Brownie, Ficst Vice President - Dale Quatrale, Second Vice President - Patty Gody, Treasurer - Lisa Godbolt, Secretary -
Linda Marino, Advisor - Mr. Phip Merriam.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Athletic Association helps
students discover their athletic
abilities while promoting athlet-
ics in the school: In the accompa-
nying photo Steve Tasker smiles
at the accomplishments of his
group.
President - Steven Tasker, Vi ce President -Mike Lucia, Secretary - Frank Fufaro, Treasurer - Ronnie Robinson. Steve Agnettl, Mike Ambrosio,
Mike Aufrecht, Mike Baum. Jerry Berkemeger, Jim Berkmeyer, Bill Berretta, Pat Borzi , Frank Burro, Meaghan Cantwell. John Clemente, Rick Col-
li ns, Gary Crichton, Mike Croce, Rick Daniello, Gary Davis, Vinny DeBono, Mike DeGasperi , Brad Downs, Jeff Ellis, Joe Escobar. Dave Falkner, John
Fiore, Doug Gargano, Frank Garritano. Ricky Hahn, Dave Hill , Ed Hutchens, Brian Kelskey, Ken Kentoffio. Brian Knatz, Gary Knatz, Bill Leon, Bruce
Levine, Bob Lum, Gary Mancuso, Bill Mathews, Jim McCoy, Greg McKenna, Pat McKenna, Mike Meyer, Marty Minardi, Carl Musemeci , Marty O'-
Brien, Dan Perkins. Mary-Ann Perry. Advisor - Mr. Frank Provenzano.
145
DECA
The purpose of the Distributive Education
Clubs of America is to give its members an
opportunity to discover the competitive na-
ture of business through the American right of
free enterprise. The members learn how to
perform the marketing activities (i.e. advertis-
ing, displaying, sales, etc.) necessary to the
successful operation of wholesale and retail
businesses.
Patchogue D.E.C.A. also strives to become
involved with community events with the in-
tent that the students may discover the career
opportunities available to them in the local
area.
President Vernie LeGrega, First Vice President Kathy Neil, Second Vice President Sue Krafft, Secretary Gail Fox. Treasurer -
Doug Cornell, Historian Debbie Liguori, Parliamentarian Beth Stelling; Marrissa Barra, Stu Beller, Steve Castelletti, Reggie Cessman,
Ronald Cockerill, Nancy Cornell, Salda Cuevas, Carl Demasi, Bette Ellis. Laura lemma, Ken Jones, Pete Kane, Gary Kroll, Lorraine Lybinski,
Dorothy Morano, Jan Meyerriecks, Jim McCoy, Ed O'Connor, Robert Roberto, Jay Widden, Lloyd White, Manina Zollo; Advisors Mr. Antho-
ny DiCiemente and Mr. Richard Schiliro.
146
DECA
The purpose of the Distributive Education
Clubs of America is to give its members an
opportunity to discover the competitive na-
ture of business through the American right of
free enterprise. The members learn how to
perform the marketing activities (i.e. advertis-
ing, displaying, sales, etc.) necessary to the
successful operation of wholesale and retail
businesses.
Patchogue D.E.C.A. also strives to become
involved with community events with the in-
tent that the students may discover the career
opportunities available to them in the local
area.
President Vernie LeGrega, First Vice President Kathy Neil, Second Vice President Sue Krafft, Secretary Gail Fox. Treasurer -
Doug Cornell, Historian Debbie Liguori, Parliamentarian Beth Stelling; Marrissa Barra, Stu Beller, Steve Castelletti, Reggie Cessman,
Ronald Cockerill, Nancy Cornell, Salda Cuevas, Carl Demasi, Bette Ellis. Laura lemma, Ken Jones, Pete Kane, Gary Kroll, Lorraine Lybinski,
Dorothy Morano, Jan Meyerriecks, Jim McCoy, Ed O'Connor, Robert Roberto, Jay Widden, Lloyd White, Manina Zollo; Advisors Mr. Antho-
ny DiCiemente and Mr. Richard Schiliro.
146
146
DECA
The purpose of the Distributive Education
Clubs of America is to give its members an
opportunity to discover the competitive na-
ture of business through the American right of
free enterprise. The members learn how to
perform the marketing activities (i.e. advertis-
ing, displaying, sales, etc.) necessary to the
successful operation of wholesale and retail
businesses.
Patchogue D.E.C.A. also strives to become
involved with community events with the in-
tent that the students may discover the career
opportunities available to them in the local
area.
President - Vernie LeGrega, First Vice President - Kathy Neil , Second Vice President - Sue Krafft, Secretary - Gail Fox, Treasurer _
Doug Cornell , Historian - Debbie Liguori, Parliamentarian - Beth Stelling; Marrissa Barra, Stu Beller, Steve Castelletti , Reggie Cessman.
Ronald Cockerill , Nancy Cornell, Salda Cuevas, Carl Demasi , Bette Ellis, Laura lemma, Ken Jones, Pete Kane. Gary Kroll , Lorraine Lybinski.
Dorothy Morano. Jan Meyerriecks, Jim McCoy. Ed O'Connor, Robert Roberto, Jay Widden, Lloyd White. Manina Zollo; Advisors - Mr. Antho-
ny DiClememe and Mr. Richard Schiliro.
FBLA
The members of the Future Business
Leaders of America experience working
in a business to raise money and then
circulating the money to help others, for
example, the retarded children. They
have learned through FBLA that it is pos-
sible to mix business with pleasure, and it
is very rewarding.
Club members: Maureen Curran, Frank Giacobbi, Diane Oliveri, Luz Paez, Donna Sorady, Susan Tamborello, Eileen Vassallo, Dawn Walters:
Advisor Mr. Philip Green.
147
FBLA
The members of the Future Business
Leaders of America experience working
in a business to raise money and then
circulating the money to help others, for
example, the retarded children. They
have learned through FBLA that it is pos-
sible to mix business with pleasure, and it
is very rewarding.
Club members: Maureen Curran, Frank Giacobbi, Diane Oliveri, Luz Paez, Donna Sorady, Susan Tamborello, Eileen Vassallo, Dawn Walters:
Advisor Mr. Philip Green.
147
FBLA
The members of the Future Business
Leaders of America experience working
in a business to raise money and then
circulating the money to help others, for
example, the retarded children. They
have learned through FBLA that it is pos-
sible to mix business with pleasure, and it
is very rewarding.
Club members: Maureen Curran. Frank Giacobbi . Diane Oliveri. Luz Paez. Donna Sorady. Susan Tamborello. Eileen Vassallo. Dawn Walters;
Advisor - Mr. Philip Green.
147
COOPERATIVE OPPORTUNITY
Patchogue-Medford High School has devel-
oped a new Program for students interested in
early work experience. All of the high school
students have access to a variety of learning
experiences at the high school, but the Coop-
erative Opportunity Program puts the empha-
sis on the Patchogue-Medford business com-
munity.
Through this program, students of this
community gain practical work experience,
and local merchants train possible future
employees.
Each student works closely with a full-time
staff member who is his or her advisor and
classroom teacher. The advisor helps the st-
dent set up a program of learning experiences,
approves it, and then works with the student
to carry it out. Coordinators of the program
are Mr. John Eddington, and Mrs. Divina
Leitch.
148
COOPERATIVE OPPORTUNITY
Patchogue-Medford High School has devel-
oped a new Program for students interested in
early work experience. All of the high school
students have access to a variety of learning
experiences at the high school, but the Coop-
erative Opportunity Program puts the empha-
sis on the Patchogue-Medford business com-
munity.
Through this program, students of this
community gain practical work experience,
and local merchants train possible future
employees.
Each student works closely with a full-time
staff member who is his or her advisor and
classroom teacher. The advisor helps the st-
dent set up a program of learning experiences,
approves it, and then works with the student
to carry it out. Coordinators of the program
are Mr. John Eddington, and Mrs. Divina
Leitch.
148 148
COOPERATIVE OPPORTUNITY
Patchogue-Medford High School has devel-
oped a new Program for students interested in
early work experience. All of the high school
students have access to a variety of learning
experiences at the high school , but the Coop-
erative Opportunity Program puts the empha-
sis on the Patchogue-Medford business com-
munity.
Through this program, students of this
community gain practical work experience,
and local merchants train possible future
employees.
Each student works closely with a full-time
staff member who is his or her advisor and
classroom teacher . The advisor helps the st-
dent set up a program of learning experiences,
approves it, and then works with the student
to carry it out. Coordinators of the p r o g r ~ m
are Mr. John Eddington, and Mrs . Divina
Leitch.
PROGRAM PROGRAM PROGRAM
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BOC ES
The Board of Cooperative Educational Service Courses are offered as part of
career education for secondary level students. The courses can lead to entry
level employment or post-secondary instruction.
Every student has the right of accessibility to programs of instruction avail-
able at the Occupational Educational Centers within the Supervisory uistrict. It
is the responsibility of the professional staff to inform students of these oppor-
tunities for employment training and assist them in wise and meaningful pro-
gram selection.
i
BOC ES
The Board of Cooperative Educational Service Courses are offered as part of
career education for secondary level students. The courses can lead to entry
level employment or post-secondary instruction.
Every student has the right of accessibility to programs of instruction avail-
able at the Occupational Educational Centers within the Supervisory uistrict. It
is the responsibility of the professional staff to inform students of these oppor-
tunities for employment training and assist them in wise and meaningful pro-
gram selection.
BOCES
The Board of Cooperative Educational Service Courses are offered as part of
career education for secondary level students. The courses can lead to entry
level employment or post-secondary instruction .
Every student has the right of accessibility to programs of instruction avail-
able at the Occupational Educational Centers within the Supervisory ulstrict. It
is the responsibility of the professional staff to inform students of these oppor-
tunities for employment training and assist them in wise and meaningful pro-
gram selection .
Opposite Page, Top Left: GlennJordan
playswithhisbandat theFall Chorus
Talent Show. Opposite Page, Top
Right: ExchangeStudent Carol Marsis
happy to be backfromBrazil. Left:
Opposite Page, Middle Right: Themys-
terioustheater-goers. Opposite Page,
Middle Right: Amoment of silent med-
itation please for Don Kanehl's lost
bishop. Opposite Page, BottomLeft:
Professor Perkinsexplains... Oppos-
ite Page, BottomRight: SantaClaus
(BobLurn) visitsaSenior Classmeet-
ing. This Page, Top Left: TheNational
Honor SocietyBrainTrust after induc-
tionceremonies. This Page, Top Right:
ChrisHoneyadmiresBobLum'ssexy
bodyat theFall ChorusTalent Show.
This Page, Middle Left: ExchangeStu-
dentsHelenaPerche(fromBrazil) and
MariaGonzalez(fromBolivia) cameto
"Discover America." This Page, Bot-
tomLeft: RegentsScholarshipwinners
andalternateswerehonoredat aSe-
nior Classmeeting. This Page, Bottom
Right: James Olson. valedictoran
Classof 1975.
153
Opposite Page, Top Left: GlennJordan
playswithhisbandat theFall Chorus
Talent Show. Opposite Page, Top
Right: ExchangeStudent Carol Marsis
happy to be backfromBrazil. Left:
Opposite Page, Middle Right: Themys-
terioustheater-goers. Opposite Page,
Middle Right: Amoment of silent med-
itation please for Don Kanehl's lost
bishop. Opposite Page, BottomLeft:
Professor Perkinsexplains... Oppos-
ite Page, BottomRight: SantaClaus
(BobLurn) visitsaSenior Classmeet-
ing. This Page, Top Left: TheNational
Honor SocietyBrainTrust after induc-
tionceremonies. This Page, Top Right:
ChrisHoneyadmiresBobLum'ssexy
bodyat theFall ChorusTalent Show.
This Page, Middle Left: ExchangeStu-
dentsHelenaPerche(fromBrazil) and
MariaGonzalez(fromBolivia) cameto
"Discover America." This Page, Bot-
tomLeft: RegentsScholarshipwinners
andalternateswerehonoredat aSe-
nior Classmeeting. This Page, Bottom
Right: James Olson. valedictoran
Classof 1975.
153
Opposite Page, Top Left: Glenn Jordan
pl ays with his band at the Fall Chorus
Talent Show. Opposite Page, Top
Right: Exchange Student Carol Mars is
happy to be back from Brazil. Left:
Opposite Page, Middle Right: The mys-
terious theater-goers. Opposite Page,
Middle Right: A moment of silent med-
itation please for Don Kanehl ' s lost
bishop. Opposite Page, Bottom Left:
Professor Perkins explains Oppos-
ite Page, Bottom Right: Santa Claus
(Bob Lum) visits a Senior Class meet-
ing. This Page, Top Left: The National
Honor Society Brain Trust after induc-
tion ceremonies. This Page, Top Right:
Chris Honey admires Bob Lum's sexy
body at the Fall Chorus Talent Show.
This Page, Middle Left: Exchange Stu-
dents Helena Perche (from Brazil) and
Maria Gonzalez (from Bolivia) came to
" Discover America. " This Page, Bot-
tom Left: Regents Scholarship winners
and alternates were honored at a Se-
nior Class meeting. This Page, Bottom
Right: James Olson , valedictoran
Class of 1975.
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Does a cross-country runner legs wobbling, lungs aching, for air,
chest heaving inward and outward in attempts to desperately draw into his
body precious gasps of oxygen discover anything about himself if, just
before he collapses from exhaustion, he manages to get his second wind
and, with a feeling of relief flooding his body, is able to open his stride and
continue his race? Does an offensive linemen discover anything when he is
beaten by his man who then makes the tackle? Does competing in any
sport at any level show an individual anything about himself?
Competition is one of the situations that man puts himself in to discover
just what is at his essence to discover just how much pride and determi-
nation he has.
Watching athletes compete has always been exciting, and has always
seemed more significant than just "a bunch of guys playing games." This
is because each athlete is attempting to prove to himself that he has en-
ough to be proud of; it is because we are actually watching a battle of pride
and courage, and not of basketball, field hockey or tennis, that we become
so interested.
Discovering the world of sport can be one of the most rewarding finds of
a lifetime, and participating in them gives many the only chance they have
to discover their own esence.
Does a cross-country runner legs wobbling, lungs aching, for air,
chest heaving inward and outward in attempts to desperately draw into his
body precious gasps of oxygen discover anything about himself if, just
before he collapses from exhaustion, he manages to get his second wind
and, with a feeling of relief flooding his body, is able to open his stride and
continue his race? Does an offensive linemen discover anything when he is
beaten by his man who then makes the tackle? Does competing in any
sport at any level show an individual anything about himself?
Competition is one of the situations that man puts himself in to discover
just what is at his essence to discover just how much pride and determi-
nation he has.
Watching athletes compete has always been exciting, and has always
seemed more significant than just "a bunch of guys playing games." This
is because each athlete is attempting to prove to himself that he has en-
ough to be proud of; it is because we are actually watching a battle of pride
and courage, and not of basketball, field hockey or tennis, that we become
so interested.
Discovering the world of sport can be one of the most rewarding finds of
a lifetime, and participating in them gives many the only chance they have
to discover their own esence.
Does a cross-country runner - legs wobbling, lungs aching, for air,
chest heaving inward and outward in attempts to desperately draw into his
body precious gasps of oxygen - discover anything about himself if, just
before he collapses from exhaustion, he manages to get his second wind
and, with a feeling of relief flooding his body, is able to open his stride and
continue his race? Does an offensive linemen discover anything when he is
beaten by his man who then makes the tackle? Does competing in any
sport at any level show an individual anything about himself?
Competition is one of the situations that man puts himself in to discover
just what is at his essence - to discover just how much pride and determi-
nation he has.
Watching athletes compete has always been exciting, and has always
seemed more significant than just "a bunch of guys playing games." This
is because each athlete is attempting to prove to himself that he has en-
ough to be proud of; it is because we are actually watching a battle of pride
and courage, and not of basketball, field hockey or tennis, that we become
so interested.
Discovering the world of sport can be one of the most rewarding finds of
a lifetime, and participating in them gives many the only chance they have
to discover their own esence.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL VARSITY FOOTBALL VARSITY FOOTBALL
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This year, both football squads felt that
this might be the season to produce good
records for themselves. However, due to
key injuries on both Varsity and J.V., neither
teamseemed to be able to put it together.
Varsity sparkled at Homecoming, however,
with a 40-19 victory over Lindenhurst. The
Varsity squad was led by Kevin Rooney, who
was elected to the All-League, All-Confer-
ence, All-County and All-Island teams.
161
This year, both football squads felt that
this might be the season to produce good
records for themselves. However, due to
key injuries on both Varsity and J.V., neither
teamseemed to be able to put it together.
Varsity sparkled at Homecoming, however,
with a 40-19 victory over Lindenhurst. The
Varsity squad was led by Kevin Rooney, who
was elected to the All-League, All-Confer-
ence, All-County and All-Island teams.
161
This year, both football squads felt that
this might be the season to produce good
records for themselves. However, due to
key injuries on both Varsity and J.V., neither
team seemed to be tlble to put it together.
Varsity sparkled at Homecoming, however,
with a 40-19 victory over Lindenhurst. The
Varsity squad was led by Kevin Rooney, who
was elected to the All-League, AIl-Confer-
ence, All-County and All-Island teams.
161
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Head Coach, Martin Hoctor; Assistant Coaches, Ed Cinelli, Tom Julian. Players: Ken Marl-
borough, Kevin Rooney, Craig Kelskey, Ken Craig, Ed Hutchens, Kevin Hutchens, Dave Hill, Gary Mancuso, Jesse Paynter,
Bill Klepp, Mike DeGasperi, Jim Sanborn, Steve Agnetti, Mike Ambrosio, Bud Jennings, Jim Jennings, Doug Gargano, Dan
VanDenBergh, Ricky Hahn, Bill Leon, Gary Crichton, Charlie Faulkner, Mike Lucia, Bob Stumpo, Greg McKenna, Marty
O'Brien, Danny Perkins. Vin DeBono, Pat McKenna, Jeff Wittneben, Bill Berratta, Frank Hark, Ken Kentoffio, Lou Dalessio,
Joe Wall, Mike Croce.
J.V. FOOTBALL: Head Coach, Vin DeCerbo. Players: Jerry Berkemeyer, Mike Block, Frank Burro, Allan Camp-
bell, Paul Cataldo, John Clemente, Rick Collins, Robert Costanzo, James Costanzo, Rich Danniello, James D'Arcy, Chris
Daniels, Mark DeGasperi, Mario DeLucia, Joseph Escobar, Robert Fava, John Garcia, Robert Hewitt, Greg Hudson, Gary
Knatz, Anthony Lategano, Keith Lowe, Jerry Mims, Eugene Novak, William Norman, Charles Russo, Robert Sainz, Brian Sul-
livan, Anthony Sanniola, Daniel Smith, Daniel Tully, Mike Tauriello, Marcus Wayne, Rory Wade, Dave Viglotta.
162
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Head Coach, Martin Hoctor; Assistant Coaches, Ed Cinelli, Tom Julian. Players: Ken Marl-
borough, Kevin Rooney, Craig Kelskey, Ken Craig, Ed Hutchens, Kevin Hutchens, Dave Hill, Gary Mancuso, Jesse Paynter,
Bill Klepp, Mike DeGasperi, Jim Sanborn, Steve Agnetti, Mike Ambrosio, Bud Jennings, Jim Jennings, Doug Gargano, Dan
VanDenBergh, Ricky Hahn, Bill Leon, Gary Crichton, Charlie Faulkner, Mike Lucia, Bob Stumpo, Greg McKenna, Marty
O'Brien, Danny Perkins. Vin DeBono, Pat McKenna, Jeff Wittneben, Bill Berratta, Frank Hark, Ken Kentoffio, Lou Dalessio,
Joe Wall, Mike Croce.
J.V. FOOTBALL: Head Coach, Vin DeCerbo. Players: Jerry Berkemeyer, Mike Block, Frank Burro, Allan Camp-
bell, Paul Cataldo, John Clemente, Rick Collins, Robert Costanzo, James Costanzo, Rich Danniello, James D'Arcy, Chris
Daniels, Mark DeGasperi, Mario DeLucia, Joseph Escobar, Robert Fava, John Garcia, Robert Hewitt, Greg Hudson, Gary
Knatz, Anthony Lategano, Keith Lowe, Jerry Mims, Eugene Novak, William Norman, Charles Russo, Robert Sainz, Brian Sul-
livan, Anthony Sanniola, Daniel Smith, Daniel Tully, Mike Tauriello, Marcus Wayne, Rory Wade, Dave Viglotta.
162 162
VA RSITY FOOTBALL: Head Coach, Martin Hoctor; Assistant Coaches, Ed Cinelli, Tom Julian. Players: Ken Marl -
borough, Kevin Rooney, Craig Kelskey, Ken Craig, Ed Hutchens, Kevin Hutchens, Dave Hill, Gary Mancuso, Jesse Paynter,
Bill Klepp, Mike DeGasperi, Jim Sanborn, Steve Agnetti, Mike Ambrosio, Bud Jennings, Jim Jennings, Doug Gargano, Dan
VanDenBergh, Ricky Hahn, Bill leon, Gary Crichton, Charlie Faulkner, Mike lucia, Bob Stumpo, Greg McKenna, Marty
O'Brien, Danny Perkins, Vin DeBono, Pat McKenna, Jeff Wittneben, Bill Berratta, Frank Hark, Ken Kentoffio, lou Dalessio,
Joe Wall, Mike Croce.
J,V, FOOTBALL: Head Coach, Vin DeCerbo. Players: Jerry Berkemeyer, Mike Block, Frank Burro, Allan Camp-
bell , Paul Cataldo, John Clemente, Rick Collins, Robert Costanzo, James Costanzo, Ri ch Danniello, James D' Arcy, Chris
Daniels, Mark DeGasperi, Mario Delucia, Joseph Escobar, Robert Fava, John Garcia, Robert Hewitt, Greg Hudson, Gary
Knatz, Anthony lategano, Keith lowe, Jerry Mims, Eugene Novak, William Norman, Charles Russo, Robert Sainz, Brian Sul-
livan, Anthony Sanniola, Daniel Smith, Daniel Tully, Mike Tauriello, Marcus Wayne, Rory Wade, Dave Viglotta.
CROSS COUNTRY
The loneliness of a long distance runner ..
It takes a special kind of individual to run cross-coun-
try; and especially since Patchogue has not exactly dom-
inated the fall sports scene recently, it take even strong-
er doses of the qualities of determination and pride to
compete on the Raider squad ... After all, it's easy to be
a winner.
Coach, Tom Maxwell. Players: Pat Borzi, Rick Provenzano, Al Garlend,
Harvey Lotko, Steve Wyman, Don Pierno, Dave Faulkner, Jeff Calfa,
Bob Stahl, Chris Matthews, Ken Pape, Mac McCoy, John Williams, Vic-
tor Yanacone, Mike Angelo.
CROSS COUNTRY
The loneliness of a long distance runner ..
It takes a special kind of individual to run cross-coun-
try; and especially since Patchogue has not exactly dom-
inated the fall sports scene recently, it take even strong-
er doses of the qualities of determination and pride to
compete on the Raider squad ... After all, it's easy to be
a winner.
Coach, Tom Maxwell. Players: Pat Borzi, Rick Provenzano, Al Garlend,
Harvey Lotko, Steve Wyman, Don Pierno, Dave Faulkner, Jeff Calfa,
Bob Stahl, Chris Matthews, Ken Pape, Mac McCoy, John Williams, Vic-
tor Yanacone, Mike Angelo.
CROSS COUNTRY
The loneliness of a long distance runner.
It takes a special kind of individual to run cross-coun-
try; and especially since Patchogue has not exactly dom-
inated the fall sports scene recently, it take even strong-
er doses of the qualities of determination and pride to
_ compete on the Raider squad After all, it's easy to be
a winner.
Coach. Tom Maxwell. Players: Pat Borzi . Rick Provenzano. AI Garlend.
Harvey Lotko. Steve Wyman. Don Pierno. Dave Faulkner. Jeff Calfa.
Bob Stahl. Chris Matthews. Ken Pape. Mac McCoy. John Williams. Vic-
tor Yanacone. Mike Angelo.
GYMNASTICS GYMNASTICS GYMNASTICS
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Gymnastics is not the most popular fall sport
around Patchogue-Medford High. These gymnasts
do not compete in front of large crowds, but they
work for their own self-fulfillment. They haven't won
much respect around the school; but in competing
they may have won respect for each other and for
themselves.
Players: Paul Beickert, Mike Morellino, Jerry West, Terry Wilson,
Mike Wirship, Bob Osuna, Jay Laveroni, Karen Lynch.
Gymnastics is not the most popular fall sport
around Patchogue-Medford High. These gymnasts
do not compete in front of large crowds, but they
work for their own self-fulfillment. They haven't won
much respect around the school; but in competing
they may have won respect for each other and for
themselves.
Players: Paul Beickert, Mike Morellino, Jerry West, Terry Wilson,
Mike Wirship, Bob Osuna, Jay Laveroni, Karen Lynch.
Gymnastics is not the most popular fall sport
around Patchogue-Medford High. These gymnasts
do not compete in front of large crowds, but they
work for their own self-fulfillment. They haven't won
much respect around the school; but in competing
they may have won respect for each other and for
themselves.
Players: Paul Beickert, Mike Morellino, Jerry West , Terry Wilson ,
Mike Wirship, Bob Osuna, Jay Laveroni, Karen Lynch.
VARSITY SOCCER
This year's Soccer teams might have been a disappointment to those
twenty-five or thirty loyal soccer fans, but Varsity's season was a marked
improvement over last year's squad. Led by John Lento, who was again
voted All-County and George McCroy, who for the second time made All-
League, the teammanaged to score at least two decisive victories.
Head Coach, Ray Fell. Players: George McCroy, Bill Nrosi, Joe Pifko, Dean Casale, DomChoz-
as, Frank Furfaro, Mark Sullivan, Ron Robinson, Ron Figit, TimFreeley, John Lento, Stan
Carde, John Rodefeld, Harry Themann, Steve Tasker, JimFisher, John Tortorella, Gary Davis,
Carl Musumeci, Bill Sweeney, Greg Simon, Paul Piccolo, Bill Eldredge, Mike Arnie.
VARSITY SOCCER
This year's Soccer teams might have been a disappointment to those
twenty-five or thirty loyal soccer fans, but Varsity's season was a marked
improvement over last year's squad. Led by John Lento, who was again
voted All-County and George McCroy, who for the second time made All-
League, the teammanaged to score at least two decisive victories.
Head Coach, Ray Fell. Players: George McCroy, Bill Nrosi, Joe Pifko, Dean Casale, DomChoz-
as, Frank Furfaro, Mark Sullivan, Ron Robinson, Ron Figit, TimFreeley, John Lento, Stan
Carde, John Rodefeld, Harry Themann, Steve Tasker, JimFisher, John Tortorella, Gary Davis,
Carl Musumeci, Bill Sweeney, Greg Simon, Paul Piccolo, Bill Eldredge, Mike Arnie.
VARSITY SOCCER
This year's Soccer teams might have been a disappointment to those
twenty-five or thirty loyal soccer fans, but Varsity 's season was a marked
improvement over last year's squad. Led by John Lento, who was again
voted All-County and George McCroy, who for the second time made AII-
League, the team managed to score at least two decisive victories.
Head Coach, Ray Fell. Players: George McCroy, Bill Niosi, Joe Pifko, Dean Casale, Dom Choz-
as, Frank Furfaro, Mark Sullivan, Ron Robinson, Ron Figit , Tim Freeley, John Lento, Stan
Carde, John Rodefeld, Harry Themann, Steve Tasker, Jim Fisher, John Tortorella, Gary Davis,
Carl Musumeci , Bill Sweeney, Greg Simon, Paul Piccolo, Bill Eldredge, Mike Arnie.
Head Coach, Steve Mallor. Players: Dan Goldsher, John McDonald, Steve Todd, Steve Interante, Charlie Adams, Dave Teich, John Santana,
Joel Gladding, Lou Lopez, Alan Basley, Bruce Levine, Bill Cockerill, Shawn Wilson, John McCroy, Jim Cartwright, Frank Lento, Randy Fant,
Bill Hartley, Bill Craig, Frank Garritano.
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,ism
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Head Coach, Steve Mallor. Players: Dan Goldsher, John McDonald, Steve Todd, Steve Interante, Charlie Adams, Dave Teich, John Santana,
Joel Gladding, Lou Lopez, Alan Basley, Bruce Levine, Bill Cockerill, Shawn Wilson, John McCroy, Jim Cartwright, Frank Lento, Randy Fant,
Bill Hartley, Bill Craig, Frank Garritano.
,
,ism
.:,
Head Coach, Steve Mallor. Players: Dan Goldsher, John McDonald, Steve Todd, Steve Interante, Charlie Adams, Dave Teich, John Santana,
Joel Gladding, Lou Lopez, Alan Basley, Bruce Levine, Bill Cockerill , Shawn Wilson, John McCroy, Jim Cartwright , Frank Lento, Randy Fant,
Bil l Hartley, Bill Craig, Frank Garritano .

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VARSITY
BASKETBALL
Patchoge-Medford has been fielding success-
ful basketball teams in recent years. Last year's
team made it all the way to the semifinal round
of the County playoffs. And with Bill Thieben
playing his third Varsity season flanked by Tom
Baum and Bud Jennings, the team has a chance
to go even further.
Head Coach, Don Campbell; Assistant Coach, Vincent De-
Cerbo. Players: Bill Thieben, Bill Klepp, Roland Tucker, Leroy
Felton, Gordon James, Tom Baum, Jim Jennings, Bud Jen-
nings, Chris Meyer, Gary Jordan, Dave Rockett, Rick Proven-
zano, Pat McKenna, Brian Hawkins.
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VARSITY
BASKETBALL
Patchoge-Medford has been fielding success-
ful basketball teams in recent years. Last year's
team made it all the way to the semifinal round
of the County playoffs. And with Bill Thieben
playing his third Varsity season flanked by Tom
Baum and Bud Jennings, the team has a chance
to go even further.
Head Coach, Don Campbell; Assistant Coach, Vincent De-
Cerbo. Players: Bill Thieben, Bill Klepp, Roland Tucker, Leroy
Felton, Gordon James, Tom Baum, Jim Jennings, Bud Jen-
nings, Chris Meyer, Gary Jordan, Dave Rockett, Rick Proven-
zano, Pat McKenna, Brian Hawkins.
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VARSITY
BASKETBALL
Patchoge-Medford has been fielding success-
ful basketball teams in recent years. Last year's
team made it all the way to the semifinal round
of the County playoffs. And with Bill Thieben
playing his third Varsity season flanked by Tom
Baum and Bud Jennings, the team has a chance
to go even fu rther.
Head Coach, Don Campbell; Assistant Coach, Vincent De-
Cerbo. Players: Bill Thieben, Bill Klepp, Roland Tucker. Leroy
Felton, Gordbn James, Tom Baum, Jim Jennings. Bud Jen-
nings. Chris Meyer. Gary Jordan. Dave Rockett . Rick Proven-
zano, Pat McKennq. Brian Hawkins .
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J.V.
BASKETBALL
It is always tough to put together a cohesive
team with athletes from three different schools
and three different Freshman teams; but this
year's J.V. squad was willing to meet that chal-
lenge. Coach Mallor has called them one of the
most hustling clubs" has has ever coached.
Head Coach, Steve Mallor. Players: Douglas Bambach,
Charles Adams, Robert Costanzo, Mark Wayne, Rory Wade,
Steve Baum, Bob Hewitt, Charles Russo, Eric Theune, Mike
Drake, Vickor Yanacone.
J.V.
BASKETBALL
It is always tough to put together a cohesive
team with athletes from three different schools
and three different Freshman teams; but this
year's J.V. squad was willing to meet that chal-
lenge. Coach Mallor has called them one of the
most hustling clubs" has has ever coached.
Head Coach, Steve Mallor. Players: Douglas Bambach,
Charles Adams, Robert Costanzo, Mark Wayne, Rory Wade,
Steve Baum, Bob Hewitt, Charles Russo, Eric Theune, Mike
Drake, Vickor Yanacone.
J.V.
BASKETBALL
It is always tough to put together a cohesive
team with athletes from three different schools
and three different Freshman teams; but this
year's J.V. squad was willing to meet that chal-
lenge. Coach Mallor has called them " one of the
most hustling clubs" has has ever coached.
Head Coach . Steve Mallor . Players: Douglas Bambach,
Charles Adams. Robert Costanzo, Mark Wayne. Rory Wade.
Steve Baum, Bob Hewitt. Charles Russo. Eric Theune. Mike
Drake, Vickor Yanacone.
GOLF
The Varsity Golf team won its first
match ever last year, and the team
expects to continue to improve. The
team is made up of veterans including
Frank Juzwiak and Michael Mancuso.
The team plays its matches at Spring
Lake Golf Course in Middle Island.
So, if you want some sun, fresh air,
and a sports team to follow, come out
and watch the Varsity Golf team.
Head Coach, John Sifanek. Players: Ed Sweeney,
Frank Juzwiak. Ed Cannata, and Mike Mancuso.
GOLF
The Varsity Golf team won its first
match ever last year, and the team
expects to continue to improve. The
team is made up of veterans including
Frank Juzwiak and Michael Mancuso.
The team plays its matches at Spring
Lake Golf Course in Middle Island.
So, if you want some sun, fresh air,
and a sports team to follow, come out
and watch the Varsity Golf team.
Head Coach, John Sifanek. Players: Ed Sweeney,
Frank Juzwiak. Ed Cannata, and Mike Mancuso.
GOLF
The Varsity Golf team won its first
match ever last year , and the team
expects to continue to improve. The
team is made up of veterans including
Frank Juzwiak and Michael Mancuso.
The team plays its matches at Spring
Lake Golf Course in Middle Island.
So, if you want some sun , fresh air ,
and a sports team to follow, come out
and watch the Varsity Golf team.
Head Coach, John Sifanek. Players: Ed Sweeney,
Frank Juzwiak. Ed Cannata. and Mike Mancuso.
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VARSITY
BASEBALL
Suffolk County Champions Coach George Ulrich, Erner Geraci,
John Wall, Mike Ambrosio, Paul McFarlane, Ted Ruggiero, Ron
Leach, John Bennett, Al Willet, Gary Weeks, Ken Marlborough, Ken
Jones, Bill Klepp, Dave Fried, Manager and Statistician, Frank
Furfaro.
This year the varsity baseball team will have its
work cut out for them, trying to improve on last
years 25-5 record and capturing the League II and
Suffolk County Titles. The team will need much help
from returnee's Ken Marlborough, Ted Ruggiero,
Mike Ambrosio and Bill Klepp.
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VARSITY
BASEBALL
Suffolk County Champions Coach George Ulrich, Erner Geraci,
John Wall, Mike Ambrosio, Paul McFarlane, Ted Ruggiero, Ron
Leach, John Bennett, Al Willet, Gary Weeks, Ken Marlborough, Ken
Jones, Bill Klepp, Dave Fried, Manager and Statistician, Frank
Furfaro.
This year the varsity baseball team will have its
work cut out for them, trying to improve on last
years 25-5 record and capturing the League II and
Suffolk County Titles. The team will need much help
from returnee's Ken Marlborough, Ted Ruggiero,
Mike Ambrosio and Bill Klepp.
VARSITY
BASEBALL
Suffolk County Champions - Coach George Ulrich, Erner Geraci ,
John Wall , Mike Ambrosio, Paul McFarlane, Ted Ruggiero, Ron
Leach, John Bennett, AI Willet. Gary Weeks, Ken Marlborough, Ken
Jones, Bill Klepp, Dave Fried, Manager and Statistician , Frank
Furfaro .
This year the varsity baseball team will have its
work cut out for them, trying to improve on last
years 25-5 record and capturing the League II and
Suffolk County Titles. The team will need much help
from returnee's Ken Marlborough, Ted Ruggiero,
Mike Ambrosio and Bill Klepp.
J.V. BASEBALL
Coach: Mike Washington, Bruce Cohen, Ed Rupp, Dan
Perkins. Mike Aufrecht, Tim Condon, Gary Mancuso.
Jim Haverty. Peter Chiuchiolo, Dean Casale, Pete Ken-
toffio, Mike Croce.
J.V. BASEBALL
Coach: Mike Washington, Bruce Cohen, Ed Rupp, Dan
Perkins. Mike Aufrecht, Tim Condon, Gary Mancuso.
Jim Haverty. Peter Chiuchiolo, Dean Casale, Pete Ken-
toffio, Mike Croce.
J.V. BASEBALL
Coach: Mike Washington, Bruce Cohen, Ed Rupp, Dan
Perkins, Mike Aufrecht, Tim Condon , Gary Mancuso,
Jim Haverty, Peter Chiuchiolo, Dean Casale, Pete Ken-
toffio, Mike Croce.
WINTER TRACK
Winter track returned this year as a Varsity sport after a two-year
layoff. About 35 athletes turned out for the team. Coached by Ed
Cinelli and assisted by Steve Lewis, the team finished with a 3-9
record and took seventh place in League II. The team was led by
Dan Perkins, Don Pierno, Steve Wyman, Pat Borzi, and Vinny De
Bono.
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WINTER TRACK
Winter track returned this year as a Varsity sport after a two-year
layoff. About 35 athletes turned out for the team. Coached by Ed
Cinelli and assisted by Steve Lewis, the team finished with a 3-9
record and took seventh place in League II. The team was led by
Dan Perkins, Don Pierno, Steve Wyman, Pat Borzi, and Vinny De
Bono.
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WI NTER TRACK
Winter track returned this year as a Varsity sport after a two-year
layoff. About 35 athletes turned out for the team. Coached by Ed
Cinelli and assisted by Steve Lewis, the team finished with a 3-9
record and took seventh place in League II. The team was led by
Dan Perkins, Don Pierno, Steve Wyman , Pat Borzi, and Vinny De
Bono.
VARSITY WRESTLING
This year's Varsity Wrestling team was a
study in contrasts. Wrestling is one of the
toughest sports known. For six minutes, the
limits of physical endurance and strength
are tested on the mats. Yet in preparation
for this contest of strength and skill, some
wrestlers meditate and relax before match-
es to save their emotional energy for the
match itself. The individual wrestlers
showed fits of brilliance including Craig
Kelsky's sixteen second pin against Sachem
in the 128 lb. class.
Next year's guys are promising. Perhaps
there will be more brilliance and less defeat.
VARSITY WRESTLING
This year's Varsity Wrestling team was a
study in contrasts. Wrestling is one of the
toughest sports known. For six minutes, the
limits of physical endurance and strength
are tested on the mats. Yet in preparation
for this contest of strength and skill, some
wrestlers meditate and relax before match-
es to save their emotional energy for the
match itself. The individual wrestlers
showed fits of brilliance including Craig
Kelsky's sixteen second pin against Sachem
in the 128 lb. class.
Next year's guys are promising. Perhaps
there will be more brilliance and less defeat.
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VARSITY WRESTLING
This year's Varsity Wrestling team was a
study in contrasts. Wrestling is one of the
toughest sports known . For six minutes. the
limits of physical endurance and strength
are tested on the mats. Yet in preparation
for this contest of strength and skill. some
wrestlers meditate and relax before match-
es to save their emotional energy for the
match itself. The individual wrestlers
showed fits of brilliance including Craig
Kelsky's sixteen second pin against Sachem
in the 1281b. class.
Next year's guys are promising. Perhaps
there will be more brilliance and less defeat.
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or
Ray Fell, Head Coach. Steve Backman, Assistant. Bob Fava,
Chet Bernacki, Pete Chiuchiolo, Mike Connell. Len Munday.
Mark Degasperi, Mike Ferraro, George Lewis, Marty Kane,
Frank Juzwiak, Rich Hahn, Brian Darling, Kerry Hasapitis,
Lou Delessio, Mike Degasperi, TimFreeley, Alvin Jiminez, Jer-
ry Raffe, Brian Kelskey, Pat Tedescio, Ken Davis, Mike Block.
Rick Collins, Craig Kelskey, Andy Clancy, Roy Stenzel, Marty
O'Brien, Guy Palazzo, Grag Hudson, Gary Connell, Don Ale-
vas, Kevin Hutchens, Ed Hutchens, Mike Meyer, Jerry Mims.
..0.00...
Ray Fell, Head Coach. Steve Backman, Assistant. Bob Fava,
Chet Bernacki, Pete Chiuchiolo, Mike Connell. Len Munday.
Mark Degasperi, Mike Ferraro, George Lewis, Marty Kane,
Frank Juzwiak, Rich Hahn, Brian Darling, Kerry Hasapitis,
Lou Delessio, Mike Degasperi, TimFreeley, Alvin Jiminez, Jer-
ry Raffe, Brian Kelskey, Pat Tedescio, Ken Davis, Mike Block.
Rick Collins, Craig Kelskey, Andy Clancy, Roy Stenzel, Marty
O'Brien, Guy Palazzo, Grag Hudson, Gary Connell, Don Ale-
vas, Kevin Hutchens, Ed Hutchens, Mike Meyer, Jerry Mims.
..0.00...
Ray Fell . Head Coach. Steve Backman. Assistant. Bob Fava.
Chet Bernacki . Pete Chiuchiolo. Mike Connell . Len Munday.
Mark Degasperi . Mike Ferraro. George Lewis. Marty Kane.
Frank Juzwiak. Rich Hahn. Brian Darling. Kerry Hasapitis.
Lou Delessio. Mike Degasperi. Tim Freeley. Alvin Jiminez. Jer-
ry Raffe. Brian Kelskey. Pat Tedescio. Ken Davis. Mike Block.
Rick Collins. Craig Kelskey. Andy Clancy. Roy Stenzel . Marty
OBrien. Guy Palazzo. Grag Hudson. Gary Connell. Don Ale-
vas. Kevin Hutchens. Ed Hutchens. Mike Meyer. Jerry Mims.
Varsity Wrestling: Coaches Ray Fell, Steve Backman. Bob Fava, Chet Bernacki, Pete Chu-
chiolo, Mike Connell, Len Monday, Mark Degassperi, Mike Ferraro, George Lewis. Marty Kane,
Frank Juzwiak, Rich Hahn, Brian Darling, Kerry Hasapidis, Lou Delassio, Mike Degassperi, Tim
Freely, Alvin Jeminez, Jerry Raffe, Brian Kelskey, Pat Tedescio, Ken Davis, Mike Block. Rick
Collins, Craig Kelskey, Andy Clancy. Ray Stenzel. Marty O'Brien, Guy Palazzo, Greg Hudson,
Gary Connell, Don Alevas, Kevin Hutchens, Ed Hutchens, Mike Meyer, Jerry Mims.
Varsity Wrestling: Coaches Ray Fell, Steve Backman. Bob Fava, Chet Bernacki, Pete Chu-
chiolo, Mike Connell, Len Monday, Mark Degassperi, Mike Ferraro, George Lewis. Marty Kane,
Frank Juzwiak, Rich Hahn, Brian Darling, Kerry Hasapidis, Lou Delassio, Mike Degassperi, Tim
Freely, Alvin Jeminez, Jerry Raffe, Brian Kelskey, Pat Tedescio, Ken Davis, Mike Block. Rick
Collins, Craig Kelskey, Andy Clancy. Ray Stenzel. Marty O'Brien, Guy Palazzo, Greg Hudson,
Gary Connell, Don Alevas, Kevin Hutchens, Ed Hutchens, Mike Meyer, Jerry Mims.
Varsity Wrestling: Coaches - Ray Fell, Steve Backman. Bob Fava, Chet Bernacki, Pete Chu-
chiolo, Mike Connell , Len Monday, Mark Degassperi, Mike Ferraro, George Lewis, Marty Kane,
Frank Juzwiak, Rich Hahn, Brian Darling, Kerry Hasapidis, Lou Delassio, Mike Degassperi , Tim
Freely, Alvin Jeminez, Jerry Ratte, Brian Kelskey, Pat Tedescio, Ken Davis, Mike Block, Rick
Collins, Craig Kelskey, Andy Clancy, Ray Stenzel , Marty O'Brien, Guy Palazzo, Greg Hudson,
Gary Connell , Don Alevas, Kevin Hutchens, Ed Hutchens, Mike Meyer, Jerry Mims .
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VARSITY TENNIS
Coach Arthur Warren; JV Coach, Alan Chaskin; Bob Lum, Jon Glass, Brian
Hawkins, Jeff Ellis, Ray Lombardi, Nick Lynch, Lou Kreisberg, Ken Pink.
With many returning players from last years successful
team, both coaches and players feel optimistic about the
upcoming season. Key performances can be expected from
Jeff Ellis, Jon Glass, and Brian Hawkins.
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Coach Arthur Warren; JV Coach, Alan Chaskin; Bob Lum, Jon Glass, Brian
Hawkins, Jeff Ellis, Ray Lombardi, Nick Lynch, Lou Kreisberg, Ken Pink.
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VARSITY TENNIS
Coach Arthur Warren; JV Coach. Alan Chaskin; Bob Lum. Jon Glass. Brian
Hawkins. Jeff Ellis. Ray Lombardi . Nick Lynch. Lou Kreisberg. Ken Pink.
With many returning players from last years successful
team, both coaches and players feel optimistic about the
upcoming season. Key performances can be expected from
Jeff Ellis. Jon Glass, and Brian Hawkins.
SPRING TRACK
This year's Spring Track team hopes to better the per-
formance of last year's squad. Patchogue sent several
athletes to the League and Championship meets, and
hopes are high for the coming season. Returning key
performers include Steve Agnetti, Mike Lucia, Vin De-
Bono, Frank Hark, and Brian Kelskey.
SPRING TRACK
This year's Spring Track team hopes to better the per-
formance of last year's squad. Patchogue sent several
athletes to the League and Championship meets, and
hopes are high for the coming season. Returning key
performers include Steve Agnetti, Mike Lucia, Vin De-
Bono, Frank Hark, and Brian Kelskey.
SPRING TRACK
This year 's Spring Track team hopes to better the per-
formance of last year 's squad. Patchogue sent several
athletes to the League and Championship meets, and
hopes are high for the coming season. Returning key
performers include Steve Agnetti, Mike Lucia, Vin De-
Bono, Frank Hark, and Brian Kelskey .

VARSITY
Both Varsity Bowling teams enjoyed successful
campaigns this year. The boy's Varsity team was
comprised of all rookies. They just missed making
the County Playoffs, finishing with a 30-24 record in
third place. The top bowler on the team this year was
Bob Matty who averaged a 180.
At this writing, the girl's team is still competing.
They practice everyday after school except Friday
And the work has paid off. They currently have a 13-
5 record and are solidly in first place in their division.
Top bowlers are the team include Mindy Knoth, Rob-
erta Weidlich, and Cathy Horstmann.
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VARSITY
Both Varsity Bowling teams enjoyed successful
campaigns this year. The boy's Varsity team was
comprised of all rookies. They just missed making
the County Playoffs, finishing with a 30-24 record in
third place. The top bowler on the team this year was
Bob Matty who averaged a 180.
At this writing, the girl's team is still competing.
They practice everyday after school except Friday
And the work has paid off. They currently have a 13-
5 record and are solidly in first place in their division.
Top bowlers are the team include Mindy Knoth, Rob-
erta Weidlich, and Cathy Horstmann.
182 182
Both Varsity Bowling teams enjoyed successful
campaigns this year . The boy ' s Varsity team was
comprised of all rookies . They just missed making
the County Playoffs, finishing with a 30-24 record in
third place. The top bowler on the tea m this year was
Bob Matty who averaged a 180.
At this writing, the girl's team is still competing.
They practice everyday after school except Friday
And the work has paid off . They currently have a 13-
5 record and are solidly in first place in their division.
Top bowlers are the team include Mindy Knoth, Rob-
erta Weidlich, and Cathy Horstmann.
VARSITY
John Sifaneck, Paula Lindsay, Head Coaches. Players: Steven
Sanders, Bill Joyce, Stewy Beller, Ed Rupp, Robert Matty, Jack
Hansen-Smith, Louie Felice, Judy Lunati, Robert Chivchiolo,
Donna Casale, Cheryl Felice, Donna Frabizio, Cathy Horstmann,
Mindy Knoth. Nancy McGroarty, Debbie Sanborn, Debbie
Schmidt, Berta Weidlich.
BOWLING
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John Sifaneck, Paula Lindsay, Head Coaches. Players: Steven
Sanders, Bill Joyce, Stewy Beller, Ed Rupp, Robert Matty, Jack
Hansen-Smith, Louie Felice, Judy Lunati, Robert Chivchiolo,
Donna Casale, Cheryl Felice, Donna Frabizio, Cathy Horstmann,
Mindy Knoth. Nancy McGroarty, Debbie Sanborn, Debbie
Schmidt, Berta Weidlich.
BOWLING
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BOWLING
John Sifaneck, Paula Lindsay, Head Coaches. Players: Steven
Sanders, Bill Joyce, Stewy Beller, Ed Rupp, Robert Matty, Jack
Hansen-Smith, Louie Felice, Judy Lunati, Robert Chivchiolo,
Donna Casale. Cheryl Felice, Donna Frabizio, Cathy Horstmann,
Mindy Knoth , Nancy McGroarty, Debbie Sanborn, Debbie
Schmidt. Berta Weidlich.
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FIELD
HOCKEY
This year was the very first that the Patchogue-
Medford School District ever fielded a Varsity Field
Hockey team. The overall record of 0-8-2 fails to
show the tremendous potential of each and every
girl. Led by seniors Meaghan Cantwell, Lenore Er-
land, and Captain Peggy Nemschick, the team
showed vast improvement during the season. Next
year's team will definitely be a threat to all League V
schools.
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Head Coach, Paula Lindsay. Players: Jenny Rudtke, Meaghan Cantwell, Lori Trava, Colleen Kattau, Sue Stern, Barbara Archbold, Lynn Sie-
gel, Lenore Erland, Doreen O'Came, Peggy Densing, Cathy Kattau, Blanca Paez, Grace Scaros, Peggy Nemschick, Connie Haley.
185
FIELD
HOCKEY
This year was the very first that the Patchogue-
Medford School District ever fielded a Varsity Field
Hockey team. The overall record of 0-8-2 fails to
show the tremendous potential of each and every
girl. Led by seniors Meaghan Cantwell, Lenore Er-
land, and Captain Peggy Nemschick, the team
showed vast improvement during the season. Next
year's team will definitely be a threat to all League V
schools.
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Head Coach, Paula Lindsay. Players: Jenny Rudtke, Meaghan Cantwell, Lori Trava, Colleen Kattau, Sue Stern, Barbara Archbold, Lynn Sie-
gel, Lenore Erland, Doreen O'Came, Peggy Densing, Cathy Kattau, Blanca Paez, Grace Scaros, Peggy Nemschick, Connie Haley.
185
FIELD
HOCKEY
This year was the very first that the Patchogue-
Medford School District ever fielded a Varsity Field
Hockey team. The overall record of 0-8-2 fails to
show the tremendous potential of each and every
girl. Led by seniors Meaghan Cantwell, Lenore Er-
land, and Captain Peggy Nemschick, the team
showed vast improvement during the season . Next
year 's team will definitely be a threat to all League V
schools.
Head Coach. Paula Lindsay. Players: Jenny Rudtke, Meaghan Cantwell . Lori Trava. Colleen Kattau. Sue Stern. Barbara Archbold. Lynn Sie-
gel, Lenore Erland. Doreen O'Came, Peggy Densing. Cathy Kattau. Blanca Paez. Grace Scaros. Peggy Nemschick. Connie Haley .
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VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Varsity Basketball team has once again proven that
hard work and determination can produce a successful
season.
With the aid of returning members, captain, Madelaine
Feindt, co-captain, Peggy Nemschick, Grace Scaros, Collen
Kattau, Lori Trava, and Kitty O'Brien, Patchogue's experi-
ence was a great asset to their campaign.
The team has exhibited excellent defensive prowess by
employing a two-one-two zone which has held its opponents
to a scoring average under 25 points.
With a free-lance offense the team is capable of putting a
considerable number of points on the board.
Coach Mary P. Ryan has attributed team work as being
the greatest factor in the team's success. If the Varsity Bas-
ketball Team can continue to perform as they have this sea-
son, their team will no doubt be a tough contender in sea-
sons to follow.
VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Varsity Basketball team has once again proven that
hard work and determination can produce a successful
season.
With the aid of returning members, captain, Madelaine
Feindt, co-captain, Peggy Nemschick, Grace Scaros, Collen
Kattau, Lori Trava, and Kitty O'Brien, Patchogue's experi-
ence was a great asset to their campaign.
The team has exhibited excellent defensive prowess by
employing a two-one-two zone which has held its opponents
to a scoring average under 25 points.
With a free-lance offense the team is capable of putting a
considerable number of points on the board.
Coach Mary P. Ryan has attributed team work as being
the greatest factor in the team's success. If the Varsity Bas-
ketball Team can continue to perform as they have this sea-
son, their team will no doubt be a tough contender in sea-
sons to follow.
VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Varsity Basketball team has once again proven that
hard work and determination can produce a successful
season .
With the aid of returning members, captain, Madelaine
Feindt, co-captain, Peggy Nemschick, Grace Scaros, Collen
Kattau, Lori Trava, and Kitty O'Brien, Patchogue's experi-
ence was a great asset to thei rca m pa ign.
The team has exhibited excellent defensive prowess by
employing a two-one-two zone which has held its opponents
to a scoring average under 25 points.
With a free-lance offense the team is capable of putting a
considerable number of points on the board.
Coach Mary P. Ryan has attributed team work as being
the greatest factor in the team's success. If the Varsity Bas-
ketball Team can continue to perform as they have this sea-
son, their team will no doubt be a tough contender in sea-
sons to follow.
VOLLEYBALL
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Coach J. Clendennon; Lori Roe, Debbie Delgado. Peggy Nemschick, Grace Scaros, Cathy Kattau, Lenore Erland, Debbie Nelson, Sue
Stern, Colleen Kattau, Carol Amato.
Katy Drake, Maida Torres, Kathy Feindt, Ellen Wagner, Rene Valente, Cyndy Stulz, Cathy Sandin .
As the Defending League Champions, the girls' volleyball team repeated their first place standing again this
year. Teamwork, determination, and the respect for each other led to a skilled and spirited team.
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VOLLEYBALL
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Coach J. Clendennon; Lori Roe, Debbie Delgado. Peggy Nemschick, Grace Scaros, Cathy Kattau, Lenore Erland, Debbie Nelson, Sue
Stern, Colleen Kattau, Carol Amato.
Katy Drake, Maida Torres, Kathy Feindt, Ellen Wagner, Rene Valente, Cyndy Stulz, Cathy Sandin .
As the Defending League Champions, the girls' volleyball team repeated their first place standing again this
year. Teamwork, determination, and the respect for each other led to a skilled and spirited team.
188 188
VOLLEYBALL


Coach - J. Clendennon; Lori Roe. Debbie Delgado. Peggy Nemschick. Grace Scaros. Cathy Kattau. Lenore Erland. Debbie Nelson. Sue
Stern. Colleen Kattau. Carol Amato .
Katy Drake. Maida Torres. Kathy Feindt. Ellen Wagner. Rene Valente. Cyndy Stulz. Cathy Sandin .
As the Defending League Champions, the girls' volleyball team repeated their first place standing again this
year. Teamwork, determination, and the respect for each other led to a skilled and spirited team.
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TENNIS AND BADMINTON
Tennis always used to be a boy's sport at
Patchogue-Medford. This year the girls gave
it a try and with astonishing results.
Olga Airich, Carol Ricciardello, Madelaine
Feindt, and Ellen Bikoff led the team. They
competed with Hampton Bays twice, Say-
ville twice, the cold weather most Of the
time, and snow once. But it all paid off. The
girls took victories in most of their matches.
Mrs. Jeri Clendennen, Head Coach. Players: Hope Adams, Olga Air-
ich, Ellen Bikoff, Olivia Bosco, Caroline Caldwell, Paula D'Agrosa,
Katie Drake, Madelaine Feindt, Cheryl Felice, Jean - Marie Fuccillo,
Carol Ricciardello, Karen Richardson, Ellen Wagner, Kathy Feindt,
Debbie Nelson, Liz Bambach.
Girl's Badminton is a
late-spring sport. The
team is comprised of
eighteen girls and
coached by Mrs. Ryan.
Returning stars include
Patti Fenz, Karen Rode,
Karen Schenkel, Peggy
Nemschick, and Kathy
Sullivan. The girls play in
eight League V matches.
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TENNIS AND BADMINTON
Tennis always used to be a boy's sport at
Patchogue-Medford. This year the girls gave
it a try and with astonishing results.
Olga Airich, Carol Ricciardello, Madelaine
Feindt, and Ellen Bikoff led the team. They
competed with Hampton Bays twice, Say-
ville twice, the cold weather most Of the
time, and snow once. But it all paid off. The
girls took victories in most of their matches.
Mrs. Jeri Clendennen, Head Coach. Players: Hope Adams, Olga Air-
ich, Ellen Bikoff, Olivia Bosco, Caroline Caldwell, Paula D'Agrosa,
Katie Drake, Madelaine Feindt, Cheryl Felice, Jean - Marie Fuccillo,
Carol Ricciardello, Karen Richardson, Ellen Wagner, Kathy Feindt,
Debbie Nelson, Liz Bambach.
Girl's Badminton is a
late-spring sport. The
team is comprised of
eighteen girls and
coached by Mrs. Ryan.
Returning stars include
Patti Fenz, Karen Rode,
Karen Schenkel, Peggy
Nemschick, and Kathy
Sullivan. The girls play in
eight League V matches.
190
190
TENNIS AND BADMINTON
Tennis always used to be a boy' s sport at
Patchogue-Medford. This year the girls gave
it a try and with astonishing results.
Olga Airich. Carol Ricciardello. Madelaine
Feindt . and Ellen Bikoff led the team. They
competed with Hampton Bays twice, Say-
ville twice, the cold weather most of the
time, and snow once. But it all paid off . The
girls took victories in most of their matches.
Mrs. Jeri Clendennen. Head Coach. Players: Hope Adams. Olga Air-
ich. Ellen Bikoff. Olivia Bosco. Caroline Caldwell . Paula DAgrosa.
Katie Drake. Madelaine Feindt. Cheryl Felice. Jean - Marie Fuccillo.
Carol Ricciardello. Karen Richardson. Ellen Wagner. Kathy Feindt.
Debbie Nelson. Liz Bambach.
Girl's Badminton is a
late-spring sport. The
tea m is co m prised of
eighteen girls and
coached by Mrs. Ryan .
Returning stars include
Patti Fenz, Karen Rode,
Karen Schenkel , Peggy
Nemschick, and Kathy
Sullivan. The girls play in
eight League V matches.


DISCOVER PEGGY NEMSCHICK


Peggy Nemschick entered Patchogue-Medford
High School the same year that the girls' teams
were organized to represent our school in the
interscholastic competition. During her three
years with us, she has been a starting member of
ten girls' Varsity teams.
Peggy set the school record for the highest
score on a physical fitness test. She has been
named to the honor roll; chosen "Athlete of the
Month" by the Red and Black: served as a physi-
cal education class leader and has been active in
intramurals.



Peggy is a strong competitor, highly skilled,
and extremely coachable. Her loyalty to her
teammates and coaches has been outstanding,
and her efforts have helped four of Patchogue-
Medford's teams finish the season as league
champions.
Peggy is the only 1975 senior with enough ath-
letic participation and service to earn the Gold
Key, Suffolk County Girls' Athletic Association's
highest award. She will long be remembered at
Patchogue-Medford High School.
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DISCOVER PAT MCKENNA
Pat McKenna is an athlete, an honor student, a
school newspaper editor, and one of the promi-
nent figures around the high school.
Pat has played Varsity football and basketball
the last two years, and J.V. the year before that.
He started as a defensive end this past football
season and played as hard-nosed defense as any-
one on the squad.
But more than that, Pat McKenna is a member
of Honor Society, and is a co-editor-in-chief of the
1974-75 Red and Black. McKenna ranks high in
his class, and will have completed Advanced
Placement credit this Spring in Calculus, Ameri-
can History and English Literature.
Pat combines superior athletic skill with schol-
arship to form one of the most well rounded stu-
dent Patchogue-Medford has had in recent years.


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DISCOVER PEGGY NEMSCHICK


Peggy Nemschick entered Patchogue-Medford
High School the same year that the girls' teams
were organized to represent our school in the
interscholastic competition. During her three
years with us, she has been a starting member of
ten girls' Varsity teams.
Peggy set the school record for the highest
score on a physical fitness test. She has been
named to the honor roll; chosen "Athlete of the
Month" by the Red and Black: served as a physi-
cal education class leader and has been active in
intramurals.



Peggy is a strong competitor, highly skilled,
and extremely coachable. Her loyalty to her
teammates and coaches has been outstanding,
and her efforts have helped four of Patchogue-
Medford's teams finish the season as league
champions.
Peggy is the only 1975 senior with enough ath-
letic participation and service to earn the Gold
Key, Suffolk County Girls' Athletic Association's
highest award. She will long be remembered at
Patchogue-Medford High School.
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DISCOVER PAT MCKENNA
Pat McKenna is an athlete, an honor student, a
school newspaper editor, and one of the promi-
nent figures around the high school.
Pat has played Varsity football and basketball
the last two years, and J.V. the year before that.
He started as a defensive end this past football
season and played as hard-nosed defense as any-
one on the squad.
But more than that, Pat McKenna is a member
of Honor Society, and is a co-editor-in-chief of the
1974-75 Red and Black. McKenna ranks high in
his class, and will have completed Advanced
Placement credit this Spring in Calculus, Ameri-
can History and English Literature.
Pat combines superior athletic skill with schol-
arship to form one of the most well rounded stu-
dent Patchogue-Medford has had in recent years.


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DISCOVER PAT MCKENNA
Pat McKenna is an athlete, an honor student, a
school newspaper editor, and one of the promi-
nent figures around the high school .
Pat has played Varsity football and basketball
the last two years. and J.V. the year before that.
He started as a defensive end this past football
season and played as hard-nosed defense as any-
one on the squad.
But more than that, Pat McKenna is a member
of Honor Society, and is a co-editor-in-chief of the
1974-75 Red and Black. McKenna ranks high in
his class, and will have completed Advanced
Placement credit this Spring in Calculus, Ameri-
can History and English Literature.
Pat combines superior athletic skill with schol-
arship to form one of the most well rounded stu-
dent Patchogue-Medford has had in recent years.
DISCOVER PEGGY NEMSCHICK
Peggy Nemschick entered Patchogue-Medford
High School the same year that the girls' teams
were organized to represent our school in the
interscholastic competition . During her three
years with us, she has been a starting member of
ten girls' Varsity teams.
Peggy set the school record for the highest
score on a physical fitness test . She has been
named to the honor roll; chosen " Athlete of the
Month" by the Red and Black: served as a physi-
cal education class leader and has been active in
intramurals.
Peggy is a strong competitor, highly skilled.
and extremely coachable. Her loyalty to her
teammates and coaches has been outstanding,
and her efforts have helped four of Patchogue-
Medford's teams finish the season as league
champions.
Peggy is the only 1975 senior with enough ath-
letic participation and service to earn the Gold
Key, Suffolk County Girls' Athletic Association's
highest award. She will long be remembered at
Patchogue-Medford High School.
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
The Patchogue-Medford Cheerleaders have been one of
the most outstanding groups in the sports circuit this year.
Their greatest accomplishment of the year for the girls was
their finish in the All-Suffolk County Cheerleading Competi-
tion. Both squads brought home trophies: Varsity won sec-
ond place in their category, and J.V. swept first place in
theirs.
Ms. Janet Hughes, coach, attributes the squads' success
to extensive daily practices, vocalizing on the bus, and all
the trips to McDonald's.
Coach, Ms. Janet Hughes. J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Nancy Amone, Kelly
Campbell, Sue Cappel, Carol DeBono, Robin Dietz, Evamarie Faivre, Laurie
Garafola, Kathy Hiscock, Donna Labatto, Linda Morellino, Donna Perrone,
Patti Siemen. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Karilyn Bennett, Diane Carrero,
Eva Chiuchiolo, Georgia Criscione, Bonnie Gafney, Deserie Gori, Sue
Gorman, Chris Honey, Fran Kassner, Andrea Quinn, (lean Robelen, Winnie
Dempsey.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
The Patchogue-Medford Cheerleaders have been one of
the most outstanding groups in the sports circuit this year.
Their greatest accomplishment of the year for the girls was
their finish in the All-Suffolk County Cheerleading Competi-
tion. Both squads brought home trophies: Varsity won sec-
ond place in their category, and J.V. swept first place in
theirs.
Ms. Janet Hughes, coach, attributes the squads' success
to extensive daily practices, vocalizing on the bus, and all
the trips to McDonald's.
Coach, Ms. Janet Hughes. J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Nancy Amone, Kelly
Campbell, Sue Cappel, Carol DeBono, Robin Dietz, Evamarie Faivre, Laurie
Garafola, Kathy Hiscock, Donna Labatto, Linda Morellino, Donna Perrone,
Patti Siemen. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Karilyn Bennett, Diane Carrero,
Eva Chiuchiolo, Georgia Criscione, Bonnie Gafney, Deserie Gori, Sue
Gorman, Chris Honey, Fran Kassner, Andrea Quinn, (lean Robelen, Winnie
Dempsey.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
The Patchogue-Medford Cheerleaders have been one of
the most outstanding groups in the sports circuit this year.
Their greatest accompl ishment of the year for the girls was
their fin ish in the AII-Suffol k County Cheerleading Com peti-
tion. Both squads brought home trophies: Varsity won sec-
ond place in their category, and J.V. swept first place in
theirs.
Ms. Janet Hughes, coach, attributes the squads' success
to extensive daily practices, vocalizing on the bus, and all
the trips to McDonald's.
Coach, Ms. Janet Hughes . J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Nancy Amone. Kelly
Campbell . Sue Cappel , Carol DeBono. Robin Dietz. Evamarie Faivre. Laurie
Garafola. Kathy Hiscock. Donna Labatto. Linda Moreliino. Donna Perrone.
Patti Siemen. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Karilyn Bennett. Diane Carrero.
Eva Chiuchi olo. Georgia Criscione. Bonnie Gafney. Deseri e Gori . Sue
Gorman. Chri s Honey, Fran Kassner . Andrea QUinn. Il ean Robelen. Winnie
Dempsey.
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DISCOVER CRAIG KELSKEY
This year, Craig Kelskey was voted the Var-
sity Football team's Most Spirited Player. It
was Craig's drive and energy that won himthis
honor.
Craig ran beside Kevin Rooney in a back-
field that may well have been the most potent
part of the Raider offense. He had several
minor injuries and was forced to miss couple
of games, but that certainly didn't mean that
he wasn't on the sidelines, screaming. He still
managed to become one of Patchogue's
steadier performers. His determination may
well have kept Patchogue close in many situa-
tions where the opposition threatened to run
away with the game.
Craig has also proved himself as a wrestler,
placing in many of the tournaments he has
wrestled in.
Spirit, desire, ability-these are the charac-
teristics which Craig Kelskey has displayed so
well.
DISCOVER KEN MARLBOROUGH
Ken Marlborough has been chosen to be list-
ed in the 1974-75 edition of "Who's Who Among
American High School Athletes" and with good
reason. Ken served as Varsity quarterback for
two years. He was instrumental in the Varsity
team's victory this year. He threw for one
touchdown and scored another himself. Ken
will also play one more season with the League
Champion Patchogue Raider baseball team.
He's a second baseman but also sees action
behind the plate.
Ken has also worked on the yearbook, on the
stage crew for the Senior Show, and has partici-
pated in the intramural program.
Future plans include Syracuse, baseball and
civil engineering. Judging fromhis past and his
present, Kenny Marlborough has a great future
ahead of him.
DISCOVER CRAIG KELSKEY
This year, Craig Kelskey was voted the Var-
sity Football team's Most Spirited Player. It
was Craig's drive and energy that won himthis
honor.
Craig ran beside Kevin Rooney in a back-
field that may well have been the most potent
part of the Raider offense. He had several
minor injuries and was forced to miss couple
of games, but that certainly didn't mean that
he wasn't on the sidelines, screaming. He still
managed to become one of Patchogue's
steadier performers. His determination may
well have kept Patchogue close in many situa-
tions where the opposition threatened to run
away with the game.
Craig has also proved himself as a wrestler,
placing in many of the tournaments he has
wrestled in.
Spirit, desire, ability-these are the charac-
teristics which Craig Kelskey has displayed so
well.
DISCOVER KEN MARLBOROUGH
Ken Marlborough has been chosen to be list-
ed in the 1974-75 edition of "Who's Who Among
American High School Athletes" and with good
reason. Ken served as Varsity quarterback for
two years. He was instrumental in the Varsity
team's victory this year. He threw for one
touchdown and scored another himself. Ken
will also play one more season with the League
Champion Patchogue Raider baseball team.
He's a second baseman but also sees action
behind the plate.
Ken has also worked on the yearbook, on the
stage crew for the Senior Show, and has partici-
pated in the intramural program.
Future plans include Syracuse, baseball and
civil engineering. Judging fromhis past and his
present, Kenny Marlborough has a great future
ahead of him.
DISCOVER CRAIG KELSKEY
This year, Craig Kelskey was voted the Var-
sity Football team's Most Spirited Player . It
was Craig's drive and energy that won him this
honor.
Craig ran beside Kevin Rooney in a back-
field that may well have been the most potent
part of the Raider offense. He had several
minor injuries and was forced to miss couple
of games, but that certainly didn't mean that
he wasn't on the sidelines, screaming. He stili
managed to become one of Patchogue's
steadier performers. His determination may
well have kept Patchogue close in many situa-
tions where the opposition threatened to run
away with the game.
Craig has also proved himself as a wrestler,
placing in many of the tournaments he has
wrestled in.
S pi rit. desi re, abi I ity-these a re the cha rac-
teristics which Craig Kelskey has displayed so
well.
DISCOVER KEN MARLBOROUGH
Ken Marlborough has been chosen to be list-
ed in the 1974-75 edition of "Who's Who Among
American High School Athletes" and with good
reason. Ken served as Varsity quarterback for
two years. He was instrumental in the Varsity
team's victory this year. He threw for one
touchdown and scored another himself. Ken
will also play one more season with the League
Champion Patchogue Raider baseball team.
He' s a second baseman but also sees action
behind the plate.
Ken has also worked on the yearbook, on the
stage crew for the Senior Show, and has partici-
pated in the intramural program.
Future plans include Syracuse, baseball and
civil engineering. Judging from his past and his
present, Kenny Marlborough has a great future
ahead of him.
I L L A V I E
AAA
BA SE BA L L
1960
4
BA SE BA L L
1959
INTRAMURALS
Intramurals are an integral part of sports life at Pat-
chogue-Medford. This program gives non-Varsity and
non-J.V. athletes the chance to compete in a number of
sports.
The 150 athletes who played floor hockey were divided
into two leagues the Sophomore League and the
Junior/Senior League. At the end of the regular season
the best teams in each league met in the playoffs.
The Basketball League was nearly as popular. Many
former Varsity and J.V. athletes took part which improved
the quality of play.
More than 180 different athletes are thankful to Mr.
George Ulrich, who developed the after school program.
I L L A V I E
AAA
BA SE BA L L
1960
4
BA SE BA L L
1959
INTRAMURALS
Intramurals are an integral part of sports life at Pat-
chogue-Medford. This program gives non-Varsity and
non-J.V. athletes the chance to compete in a number of
sports.
The 150 athletes who played floor hockey were divided
into two leagues the Sophomore League and the
Junior/Senior League. At the end of the regular season
the best teams in each league met in the playoffs.
The Basketball League was nearly as popular. Many
former Varsity and J.V. athletes took part which improved
the quality of play.
More than 180 different athletes are thankful to Mr.
George Ulrich, who developed the after school program.
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Intramurals are an integral part of sports life at Pat-
chogue-Medford. This program gives non-Varsity and
non-J.V. athletes the chance to compete in a number of
sports.
The 150 athletes who played floor hockey were divided
into two leagues - the Sophomore League and the
League. At the end of the regular season
the best teams in each league met in the playoffs.
The Basketball League was nearly as popular. Many
former Varsity and J.V. athletes took part which improved
the quality of play.
More than 180 different athletes are thankful to Mr.
George Ulrich, who developed the after school program.
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O ppositepage, topleft: Kelly
Campbell seemspleasedwiththe
J.V. Basketball team'sperform-
ance.
O ppositepage, topright: "Coach!
Coach! Itsstuckonmy neck!
(Steve Agnetti isactuallyone ofthe
topshot puttersonthe island.)
O ppositepage, middleleft: All is
not peaceful all the time duringthe
afterschool intramural hockey
season.
O ppositepage, middleright:Athlet-
icDirectorFrankProvenzano.
O ppositepage, bottomleft: The
spike attempt failsbut where isthe
ball?
O ppositepage, bottomright: Chris
Meyer'scornershot will tie the
score at 10.
Thispage, topleft:Andthey're off
Thispage, topright: Trackstar
JohnFiore.
Thispage, middleleft: Who'son
first? Ask#8TedRuggiero!
Thispage, bottomleft: Grace Sca-
ros(farleft) isinhot pursuit during
thisFall fieldhockeygame.
Thispage, bottomright: Brian
Hawkinshassuccessfully served
Varsitytennisballsfortwoseasons.
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Pafcli-
W O R K
Pa3
O ppositepage, topleft: Kelly
Campbell seemspleasedwiththe
J.V. Basketball team'sperform-
ance.
O ppositepage, topright: "Coach!
Coach! Itsstuckonmy neck!
(Steve Agnetti isactuallyone ofthe
topshot puttersonthe island.)
O ppositepage, middleleft: All is
not peaceful all the time duringthe
afterschool intramural hockey
season.
O ppositepage, middleright:Athlet-
icDirectorFrankProvenzano.
O ppositepage, bottomleft: The
spike attempt failsbut where isthe
ball?
O ppositepage, bottomright: Chris
Meyer'scornershot will tie the
score at 10.
Thispage, topleft:Andthey're off
Thispage, topright: Trackstar
JohnFiore.
Thispage, middleleft: Who'son
first? Ask#8TedRuggiero!
Thispage, bottomleft: Grace Sca-
ros(farleft) isinhot pursuit during
thisFall fieldhockeygame.
Thispage, bottomright: Brian
Hawkinshassuccessfully served
Varsitytennisballsfortwoseasons.
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Opposite page, top left: Kelly
Campbell seems pleased with thE'
J.V. Basketball team' s perform-
ance.
Opposite page, top right: " Coach!
Coach! It's stuck on my neck!
(Steve Agnetti is actually one of the
top shot putters on the isl and.)
Opposite page, middle left: All is
not peaceful all the time during the
after school intramural hockey
season.
Opposite page, middle right: Athlet-
ic Director Frank Provenzano.
Opposite page, bottom left: The
spike attempt fails but where is the
ball?
Opposite page, bottom right: Chris
Meyer ' s corner sh-ot will tie the
score at 10.
This page, top left: " And they' re off
This page, top right: Track star
John Fiore.
This page, middle left: Who ' s on
first? Ask# 8 Ted Ruggiero!
This page, bottom left: Grace Sca-
ros (far left) is in hot pursuit during
this Fall field hockey game.
This page, bottom right: Brian
Hawkins has successfully served
Varsity tennis balls for two seasons.
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