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The Crusader 2003 Brother Rice High School 10001 South Pulaski Chicago, IL 60655

773-429-4300 www.brrice.chLil.us

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Already three years into a new millennium, and the tradition carries on. The year 2003 brings changes, as each year a new tradition starts, and each year a tradition ends. Brother Rice welcome the new freshman class and says good-bye to the seniors. But this year brought about many other changes, not only to the student body, but also to the school it elf, with various additions and updates. In 2003, Brother Rice shaped the framework of what a high school should be: A high school with strong academics, out tanding athletic teams, and a family-like atmosphere that makes any student at Brother Rice feel at home.

For the past forty-seven years, the faculty and admini tration have

haped the framework of the students academically and spiritually, instilling the school motto "Act Manfully in Christ Jesus." The freshman class of 2003 may have felt awkward or intimidated entering the halls of Brother Rice for the first time. When the time comes for these freshmen to graduate however, they will be neither awkward nor intimidated, but proud of the years they put in at Brother Rice. Thi feeling of pride is in tilled in each student by the faculty and admini tration. Teacher help hape the framework of the future leaders of our country. The motto "Act Manfully in Christ Jesus" must not only be thought of as words, but also be the ba is for the framework of our spirituality.

We must recognize that we have something special at Brother Rice.

Brother Rice is one family brought together by the pride for one's schoo!. Throughout the past forty-seven years, Brother Rice has shaped the framework of a model high chool atmosphere. Determination in academics, teamwork in sports, and ethnic diversity add to a great list of qualities pertaining to Brother Rice in the year 2003 and beyond. Brother Rice should be proud of its accomplishments for the past forty-seven years and continue to shape the framework of a great high school for years to come.

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With a new director and a variety of events, Spirit Week was once again a huge success.

Spirit week hosted many festivities for the students to take part in during their lunch periods. Some of these festivities included: smash the Viking car, bungee run, sand bag competition, basketball shoot out, power shower ladder climb, and the ever famous karaoke. Mr. Sundermeier, Student Activities Director, organized all of these activities.

"What made this po sible was the huge support of the students. We couldn't have done it without the upport of everyone. The student body putting it together, faculty supporting it, and the student body actively participating made Spirit Week very successful," said Mr. Sundermeier.

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The seniors, who had not won a homecoming game knew St. Laurence was going to be tough. Coach Nye told his players before the game: "There are two things we never do. We never loose our homecoming game, and we never loose to St. Laurence." The Crusaders followed these words closely, dominating their opponent the entire game. Even the explosive

iking running back Bob Brow couldn't save St. Laurence.

A combination of stellar offense led by juniors Danny ! icholson and Tom Dwyer and seniors Jim Miller and John Burns gave the Crusaders an early lead over the Vikes. Nicholson threw

6 yards for two touchdowns, while on the ground the Crusaders ru hed for 184 yards and three touchdowns. Whether passing or running the ball, the ferocious offen e could not be stopped. This dominating force was al 0 present on the other side of the ball.

Brother Rice's Tenacious Defense was led by seniors Tim Richards Marty Foley, and Matt Mikitias. Senior Dan Hennigan al 0 helped the cause with an interception turned 41-yard touchdown return. St. Laurence remained scoreless until the fourth quarter when Rice's third string came in. "The crowd really got it going; they were loud and showed great support. It was a sweet experience for the whole team," said junior defensive back Pat Harrigan after the game.

Players, fans, and alumni were all satisfied with the homecoming victory. "It was a great atmosphere to be involved in. I wa glad to see the seniors win their last homecoming," said senior Pat Kelly.

The Crusader victory topped off one of the most successful homecoming weeks ever.

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J. Junior Brian Byrne cheers on his team as they beat the Vikings 35-21.

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(;J An American Flag flies above the fitness center during construction.

rother Rice High School first opened its doors in 1956. Since then it has helped shape and define each individual who has passed through its doors.

Throughout its history, people of the Brother Rice community have used their individual gifts and talents differently to help shape and better thousands of individuals.

Each member of the Brother Rice community is different. Some members have been inducted into the Hall of Fame; some members have achieved high honors; some members have participated in extracurricular activities; and some members have been "Crusader Crazies."

Each member, however, has dedicated his/her individual gifts and talents for one goal: to shape and better Brother Rice High School.

The results of this dedication were never more evident than during the 2002-2003 school year. The Brother Rice sports teams achieved great success; extracurricular and school spirit activities were at an all time high; and academic excellence remained outstanding.

Just as the members of the Brother Rice community since 1956 have done, the members of 2002-2003 Brother Rice community have also helped shape the future of Brother Rice High School.

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How does one define a Brother Rice senior? Is he the engaging student/athlete who partakes in homecoming activities, the member of an organization that is designed to aid the needy, or simply a student who has passed his classes?

On May 22, 2003, after the class of2003 spent an approximate S 1,460,600,000 in tuition,

I SOO-plus hours in detention, hundreds of hours in homework, and an incalculable amount oflife changing experience with each other, the senior class of2003 di covered the answer to that question: What is a Brother Rice Senior?

A Brother Rice senior is an individual who embodies the spirit of Brother Edmund Rice, Acts Manfully in Christ Jesus, and proudly acknowledges maroon and orange as his colors.

Through their determined attempts to live as Christians while acknowledging school spirit, the member of the senior class of2003 have provided their student body with the blueprint for achieving success. Throughout the 2002-2003 choo1 year, the senior class of2003 helped shape the framework of future Crusaders.

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James Ade, Jr.

Marc Albano

Michael Brown

Brian Browne

Pete Albano

Justin Antos

Jerry Bastien II

Michael Bilina ill

Nikolas Allen

Juan Barajas

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Bob Beemsterboer

Michael Blough

Timothy Buckley

Daniel Burke

John Burns

Brenden Cannon

Robert Cason

Daniel Bush

Michael Cano

Jose Cerda

Thomas Bykowski Stephen Byrne

Michael Carmody Michael Carroll

Matt Cafarelli

Brendan Carter

Andrew Cervantes Terrence Chappell

Efren Chavez, Jr.

group of seniors get ready to sing during spirit week.

Joseph Christian

James Clark

Robert Climack

Joshua Coffey

Andrew Conrad

Martin Corr

Sean Cusack

Christopher Dinaso

Daniel Cook

Brent Cunningham completes an assignment in the Cainkar Center.

Greg Covotsos

Peter Cusick

Alonzo Cruz

Brent Cunningham

Paul Curtis

Robert Czerwien

Matthew Dansky

Timothy Degnan

Patrick Dospoy

Thomas Dubiel

Casey Dugan

James Egan

Erik Ellison

Mike Ervanian II

Kevin Fagan

Chris Fasiczka Jonathan Ficaro

Daniel Finn

James Finno

Timothy Fitzgerald, Jr. Patrick Fitzgibbons

Brian Finch

Martin Foley Dennis Folliard

Matthew Flavin

Ryan Fitzpatrick

Michael Fitzpatrick

Matthew Garbacz

Sam Geraci

Andrew Geraghty

Eric German

David Gilarski

Scott Gibbons

James Girdauskas

Robert Golda

Ryan Graal

Matthew Groark

Gabriel Gonzalez

Patrick Griffin

David Guzman

SENIORS SPEAK

"You don't drown by falling in the water, you drown by staying there." - Jim Heywood

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." - Greg Covotses

"Winners never quit; quitters never win." - Ryan Lewis

"High school is more than a place or the classes you take; it is the friendships you make and the memories you take with you."

- Erik Ledwon

"A friendship that can end isn't real." - Tom Shannon

"Sing like nobody is listening; dance like nobody is watching; live everyday like it is your last."

- Bill Murphy.

"I came as a boy; I leave as a man." - Javier Torres

"Being a Crusader has made me a man." - Joe Alverado

"There are times when people come and go--now I'm gone."

- John Preston

"Manny Lopez is a hottie." - Manny Lopez

Salvador Guzman

Brian Hague

James Hall

Kevin Hammond

Michael Harrigan

David Harrington

William Hart

Thoughts On
Middle East Conflict
"Nuke'em." -Kevin Sterk
"It can end the world." - Ernest Motley Samuel Hatfield David Heffernan Adam Heilenbach
'War is not the answer."
- Gabriel Villanueva
"It scares me because I don't want to go to
war." -Connor McCain
"It is pointless and will accomplish nothing."
-Justin Antos
"I think war is on the way, but I don't want Daniel Hennigan Brian Herman James Heywood
fight." -Nick Leamy
I feel that we should do what needs to be
done to ensure ourwellness as a nation."
-Brian Herman
"Show them who is boss." - Dan Kupres
The problem must be resolved before
more innocent people are killed."
- EricMolenhouse Jacob Hogan David Holecek Mark Hope
"Draft beer, not men." - Matt Lathan
"Get it over with so there isn't a draft."
- Mike Cano
"My country--right or wrong."
- Bill Murphy
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Michael Hyzy

Chris Ignaszak

Brian Tague and Brian McShane lead the seniors in the tug of war.

Thomas Kennedy

Daniel Kevin

Matthew Jursich

Joseph King

Joseph Kelly

Michael Kittler

Patrick Kelly

Benjamin Knock

Timothy Krzeminski

Several seniors show their Rice Pride at the homecoming game.

Bryan Lauderdale Kevin Lavin

Elias Limberopoulos Timothy Lindeman

Michael Lopez

Kevin Maciaszek

Nick Leamy

Kevin Lock

Michael Maher

Luke Lambert

Matthew Latham

Thomas Maher

Daniel Marcinkus

Daniel Marovitch Oscar Martinez

Brian Marynowski

Connor McCain

Jason McCauley

Patrick McDermott Michael McDonough

Sean McGinnis

Brian McShane

Brian McNamara

Thomas McNamara

Thomas McGowan

Joseph McNichols

Matthew Mikaitis

Steve Marcado

Stewart Mercado

Jim Grimes and Marty Corr enjoy the sun during an early morning fire drill.

Ted McMahon

Joseph McQuaid

Nicholas Milbratz

James Miller

Gregory Moss

Eric Molenhouse

Ernest Motley

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Jeffrey Moore

Ryan Mulcahy Michael Murphy

Martin Murray

Joesph Musto

Ken Myles Raul Navarrete, Jr.

Daniel Nickless

Jeffery O'Connell

Robert Noceda

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Michael Noonan Keith Nykaza

William Murphy

Justin Nelson

Daniel O'Brien

Daniel Okrzesik, Jr. Tlaloc Olivo

Alejandro Ortiz

Jason Oskvarek

Brad Pertchi

Daniel Poole

Andrew Pokrajac "The student section was probably what I enjoyed most in my four years at Brother Rice. A student section of our magnitude did not exist at any other school; it was something that everybody at Rice looked forward to because of all the fun that we had.

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John Preston, Jr.

Joseph Quane

Raymond Ramirez

Nick Scarabello drives off in his car after a hard day of school.

Nicholas Reynders

Timothy Ribich

Kevin Rice

Timothy Richards

Frank Riesbeck

Tomas Ripskis

Anthony Rizzo

Ren Robinson

Michael Rodriguez

Nicholas Scarabello

Brian Schoenecker

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Michael Sheehy

Colin Shiels

Richard Small, Jr.

Charles Somerville

Richard Soso

Jonathan Stalzer

Kevin Sterk

Peter Stewart

Michael Tetrev

Jorge Vazquez

Joshua Strait Daniel Szalko Thomas Szarzynski

Brian Tague

Javier Torres, Jr. Michael Trojanowski Stephen Urbanczyk

William Vassios

Paul Vieraitis

Gabriel Villanueva

Liam Winters

Michael Zulevic

Stephen Woerheide

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William Wojcik

Nicholas Zepeda

James Zigulich

Gerardo Gonzalez

Cesar Zambrano

Class 0[2003 Award Winners

Peter Smagur Gold Medal for General Excellence

F. Kennedy Memorial for US History Ella C. McConnick Memorial Medal for Science Bausch & Lomb Medal for Science

Gold Medal for Outstanding Scholar-Athlete

Timothy O'Connell

Gold Medal for General Excellence

Gold Medal for Outstanding Scholar-Athlete

Justin Nelson

Silver Medal for General Excellence

Gold Medal for English

Eric Ledwon

Bronze Medal for General Excellence

Gold Medal for Computer

Science

Elmer J. Anderson Memorial Award for Student Leadership James M. Coleman Memorial

Award for Christian Service

James Clark

Patrick C. O'Connor Memorial Medal for Theology

Nikolas Allen

W.C. Penny Gold Medal for Mathematics

Juan Barajas

Helen M. Curran Gold Medal for French

William Wojcik

Gold Medal for Spanish

Frank Riesbeck

Gold Medal for German

Owen Putman

Gold Medal for Business

Justin Antos

Gold Medal for Music

Jeffrey Mooore

Gold Medal for Publications (Yearbook)

Sam Geraci

Gold Medal for Publications (Newspaper)

Anthony Prosapio

Gold Medal for Art

Michael Murphy

Elmer J. Anderson Memorial Award for Srudenr Leadership

Mathew Mikaitis

American Legion Medal for Citizenship

Michael Lopez

Gold Medal for Drafting Technology

Michael Maher

E.M. vranka Medal for "Rice Pride"

Sen ior Stats

Abedelal, Wesam: Marquette Elementary. Honor Rolli ,2,3.

Ade, James: Sf. Barnabas. Football I ,2 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #70; Office Aids 2; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 2,3,4; Volleyball! .

Albano, Marc: St. Chris/ina. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; Kairos #73; Peer Minister 4.

Albano, Peter: Our Lady of the Ridge. Band 1,2; Drama Club 2,3,4; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #74; Lifeguard 2; Literary Magazine 2,3,4; Liturgical Ensemble I; National Honor Society 4; Newspaper 4; Swimming I; Theater Department 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Team 2.

Allen, Nikolas: Lenart. Basketball House Band 3,4; Bowling I; Crusader of the Week 2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2 3,4; Kairos #73; Literary Magazine 2,3,4; Liturgical Ensemble 1,2; Math Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Theater Department 1,2,3,4; Scholastic Bowl 2,3,4; Jazz Band 1,2,3,4.

Alvarado, Joseph: Keller . Football 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Kairos (76) 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Anderson, George: St. Gerald's. Football 2,3,4; Kairos (65, 77) 4, Leader; Office Aides 4; Soccer 1,2; Student Council 3; VoUeybaU!,2,3,4.

Annerino, Charles: SI. Linus. Crusader of the Week3; Gym Leader 2; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos (72) 3;

ational Honor Society 4; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3.

Antos, Justin: McGugan. Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball House Band 2,3,4; Bowling 1; Crusader of the Week 1,2,3,4; Diversity Council 2; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos (77) 4; Liturgical Ensemble 1,2; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4.

Barajas, Juan: St. Nicholas ofTolentine. Hermanos Unidos 1,2,3, Honor Roll I ,2,3,4, lntramurals 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Track and Field 3,4.

Barkowski, Michael: St. Walter. Honor Roll 1,2, Intramurals 3,4, Kairos # 71, Leader ofKairos # 74, National Honor Society 1.2.3,4, Office Aids 2, Soccer 1,2, SADD.

Barrera II, Fernando: St. Callistus. Honor Rolli ,2,3, National Honor Society 2,3,4,Wreastling 2. Basillo, Dinero: Gospel Outreach Christian.

Bastien, Jerry: St. Catherine of Alexandria. Honor Roll I, Intramurals I, Volleybal~ 1. Beemsterboer, Robert: St. Cajetan. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4 Kairos # 77.

Berndl, Robert: St. Patricia. Band 1,2,3,4, Crusader of The Week 1,2, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 4, Kairos # 75, National Honor Society 3,4, Track and Field 2,3,4.

Bianciotto, Matthew: Morgan Park. Baseball 1,2,3, Crusader of The Week 3, Football 1,2,3,4, Gym Leader 1,2, Honor Roll 1.2.3,4. Intramurals 3 4, Kairos # 70, Key Club 2, Lifeguard 1,2,3, Rugby 2,3,4, Recycling Club 1,2,3.

Bierwirth, Bryan: St. Mary Star ofthe Sea. Bowling 1,2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,4, Kairos # 74, Rugby 2.

Bilina, Michael: Dove. Chess Team 3, Football 2,4, Honor Roll 1,3,4.

Blough, Michael: Central Junior High. Kairos # 77.

Braun, Timothy: Central Junior High. Baseball 1,2,3,4, Bowling 1,2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 74, Math Club 1,2,3,4, J ational Honor Society 2,3,4.

Brown, Michael: Queen of Martyrs.

Brown, Brian: SI. Mary's SIal' of the Sea. Kairos # 77. Buckley, Timothy: St. John Fisher. Rugby 4, Recycling 2.

Burke, Daniel: St. Barnabas. Computer Club 1,2, Football 2, Gym Leader 1,2, Honor Roll 2,3,4, Kairos # 77, Prom Committee

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Burns, Johnathan: St. Stanislaus. Class Council 1 , Crusader of The Week 1, Football 1,2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Track and Field I, Water Polo 3.

Bush, Daniel: Sutherland. Honor Rolli ,2,3,4, Kairos # 72, Key Club 3,4, Newspaper, 3,4, Peer Minister 4, Soccer 1,2, Student Couucil-l, Volleyball 1,2.

Bykowski, Thomas: St. Mary Star of the Sea. Honor Roll 4, Kairos # 73, Leader ofKairos # 76, Rugby 3,4.

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Byrne, Stephen: St. Waiters. Gym Leader 2, Kairos # 72, Soccer 2.

Cafarelli, Matthew: Queen a/the Universe. Class Council 1 , Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Crusader of The Week 3,4, Edmund Rice Society 3,4, Gym Leader 2, Honor RollI ,2,3,4, Kairos # 70, Key Club 3,4, National Honor Society 1 ,2,3,4, Newspaper 3,4, Peer Minister 4, SADD 3,4, Track and Field 1,2,3,4, Yearbook 3,4.

Cannon, Brendon: Sf. Catherines. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 76 Volleyball 1 ,2.

Cano, Michael: St. Catherine s. Football 1 ,2,3,4, Gym Leader 1, Honor RollI ,2,3,4, Kairos # 72, National Honor Society I. Carmody, Michael: St. Beincdette. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 72, National Honor Society 1,2, Peer Minister 4.

Carroll, Michael: St. John Fisher. Footballl,2 Gym Leader 1,2, Honor Roll 2,3,4, Kairos # 74, Lifeguard 1,2, Rugby 3,4. Carter, Brendan: Most Holy Redeemer. Class Council 1,2, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 72, Leader ofKairos # 73, Key Club 3,4, National Honor Society 2,3,4, Peer Minister 4, Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4.

Cason, Robert: SI. Bede.

Cerda, Jose: Five Holy Martyrs. Football 1 , Hermanos Unidos 1,2, Honor Roll 2, Track and Field I.

Cevantes, Andrew: Maria Saucedo. Hermanos Unidos 1,2 3,4, Honor RollI ,3.

ChappeH, Terrence: St. Dorothy. Cross Country 1, Drama Club 2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 69, Literary Magazine 2, National Honor Society 1,2,3,4, Newspaper 3,4, Track and Field 1,2, Yearbook 3,4.

Chavez, Efren: SI. Clare of Martefalco. Honor RollI.

Chavez, Manuel: SI. Pius V. Hermanos Unidos 4, Honor Roll 2, Rugby 4, Tennis I. Chodzko, Nicholas: SI. Bruno. Football I ,2, Honor RollI ,2,3,4, Track and Field 1,2,3,4. Christian, Joseph: SI. Denis. Band I, Bowling 1,2, Hermanos Unidos 4, Yearbook 2.

Clark, James: St. Alexander. Edmund Rice Society 4, Golf 1 ,2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Math Club 1,2, National Honor Society

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Climack, Robert: Central Junior High. Besa Saka 4, Computer Club 2, Football I ,3,4, Hermanos Unidos 1,3, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 72, Liturgical Ensemble 3,4.

Coffey, Joshua: Cassell: Football J.

Conrad, Andrew: St. Barnabas. Honor Roll 4.

Cook, Daniel: Most Holy Redeemer. Class Council 2,3,4, Honor RollI ,2,3,4, Kairos # 71, Key Club 3, National Honor Society ~,3,4, SADD 3.

Corr, Martin: SI. Barnabas. Dean's Office Aids 3, Kairos # 70, Rugby 4.

Covotsos, Gregory: St. Barnabas. Basketball 1,2, Football 1,2, Honor Rolli ,2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4, Kairos # 74, Peer Minister 4, Rugby S,

Cruz, Alonzo: Maria Saucedo. Gym Leader 1,2,3,4, Hermanos Unidos 1,2,3,4 Kairos # 75, Lifeguard 1,2,3,4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Water Polo 1,2,3,4.

Cunningham, Brent: Most Holy Redeemer. Cross Country 2,3,4, Crusader of The Week 4, Football I, Honor Roll 1,4, Lifeguard ~, Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Curtis, PauI: SI. Patricia. Basketball House Band 3,4, Crusader of The Week 3, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos # 73, Leader of Kairos # 77, National Honor Society 3,4, Peer Minister 4, Student Council 4, Track and Field 1,2,3, Jazz Band 4.

Cusack, Sean: Christ the King/ St. Thomas More. Basketball I, Bowling 1,2 Chess Team I, Computer Club 2,3, Crusader of [he Week 1,2 Dance Committee 1,2, Fishing Club 2,3 Guidance Aids 2, Gym Leader 1,2, Hockey I, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Kairos# 58, Key Club 3, Lifeguard 2,3,4, Math Club 1, National Honor Society 2, Prom Committee I, Soccer 1,2, Trainers 1,2 Water Polo 1,2, Wrestling 1,2.

Cusick, Peter.

Czerwien, Robert.

Dansky, Matthew: St. Denis. Honor RollI.

Degnan, Timothy: Sf. Christina. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball I; Gym Leader 2; Honor RollI ,2; Kairos # 77. Dinaso, Christopher: St. John Fisher. Gym Leader I ; Honor Roll 2; Kairos # 77; Literary Magazine 2.

Dospoy, Patrick: St. Daniel. Class Council 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 75, Leader ofKairos # 77; Math Club I; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4; Peer Ministry 4; Prom Committee 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4.

Dubiel, Tom: Central Jr. High. Chess Team 1,2.

Dugan, Casey: Sf. Linus. Bowling 1,2,3; Dance Committee 3; Guidance Aids 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Kairos # 70, Leader ofKairos # 77; Soccer 3.

Egan, James: Sutherland. Gym Leader 2; Honor Rolll,2,3,4; Kairos # 73; Volleyballl ,2. Ellison, Eric: St. Turbius. Baseball 1 ,2,4; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4.

Ervanian, Mike: St. Christina. Basketball House Band 4; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Fagan, Kevin: St. Mary Star a/the Sea. Dean's

Office Aids 1; Kairos # 77; Key Club l;

Barnabas. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 76; Lifeguard Society 2,3,4; Soccer I; Track

Society 3; Newspaper I;

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Louis DeMonfort. Incarnation. Crusader of The Club 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,4; ofKairos # 76; Peer Minister 4;

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Christ the King. Crusader of 1;

Nick's.lntramurals 1,2; 3.

ational Honor SADD I; Volleyball Fasiczka, Chris: St. Ficaro, Jonathan:

Week 3; Drama Kairos # 71, Leader Theater Department Finch, Brian: the Week 2; Football Einn, Daniel: St. Lifeguard 1,2; Rugby Finno, James: St. _.3.4; Honor Roll 1· ational Honor and Field 1,2,3,4.

Fit z g era I d , Timothy: St. Turibius. Baseball

l.2: Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2.

Fitzgibbons, Patrick: Most Holy Redeemer. Class Council 1,2; Golf2,4; Honor Rolt I ,2,3,4; Kairos # 69, Leader ofKairos # 75; Math Club I; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 4; Volleyball I.

Fitzpatrick, Michael: Queen of Martyrs. Honor RoU 3; Kairos # 74; Volleyball 1,2.

Fitzpatrick, Ryan: Queen a/Martyrs. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 75; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4; MuAlpha Theta 2,3,4.

Flavin, Matthew: Our Lady 0/ Loretto. Baseballl ,2,3,4; Basketball I ,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos # 74. Foley,Martin: Most Holy Redeemer. Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Rolli, 2,3,4; Kairos # 71; j ationa! Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Rugby 3.

Folliard, Dennis: St. Linus. Hockey 1,2,3,4; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Lifeguard 2; National Honor Society 2,3,4;

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Folliard, Ryan: St. Christina. Edmund Rice Society 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Math Club I; National Honor Society 3.4: Prom Committee 4.

Garbacz, Matthew: Saint Symphorosa School. Gym Leader I; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Leader for Kairos # 76; National Honor ociety2.3,4; Soccer 1; Wrestling 1,2.

Geraci, James: SI. Barnabas. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 72; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Soccer 1,2; ADD 4; Wrestling 2,3.

Geraci, Sam: St. Symphorosa. Honor Roll l ,2,3,4; Kairos # 74; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Newspaper 3,4; Student Council 2.3: Student Congress 2,3; Yearbook 3,4.

Geraghty,Andrew: St. Geralds. Kairos # 74; Soccer 1,2.

German, Eric: Sutherland. Besa Saka 3,4; Diversity Council 1 ,2; SADD 3; Track and Field 4. Gibbons, Scott: MI. Greenwood. Basketball 1 ; Honor Roll 3,4.

Giermak, Brian: St. Linus. Class Council I; Golf 1 ,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos # 74; Key Club 3; Math Club 1,2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; SADD 2,3; Mu alpha theta 2,3,4.

Gilarski, David: Sutherland.

Girdauskas, James: Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Gym Leader 1,2; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; lntramurals I; Prom Committee 4;

ADD 2; Theater Department 1,2,3,4.

Gleason, Ryan: St. John Fisher. Kairos # 75.

Golda, Robert: SI. Daniel The Prophet. Baseball 1 ; Dean's Office Aids 2; Honor Roll 1,4; Math Club 2. Gonzalez, Gabriel: St. Simon. Hermanos Unidos 2,3.

Gonzalez, Gerardo: ConradyJr. High. Gym Leader 2; Hermanos Unidos 3, 4; Soccer 1,2,34; Track and Field 2.

Gordon, Mark: Queen of Martyrs. Honor Roll

_.3.

Groark, Matthew:

Roll 12.3.4; Kairos s 73; _.~.-l: Peer Minister 4; Alpha Theta 2,3,4. Guzman, David: SI. ~.

Guzman, Salvador.

Hague, Brian: Keller. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 74; Lifeguard 2; National Honor ociety 2,3,4; Newspaper 4; Peer Minister 4; SADD 3; Student Congress 1; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4; Water Polo 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Philosophy Club 4.

HaJJ. James: SI. Christina. Dean's Office Aids I; Fishing Club 4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Honor RollI ,2,3,4. Hammond, Kevin: St. Symphorosa. Bowling 3; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 2.

Barriga D, Michael: SI. Linus. Basebal I 1; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Honor Roll I ,2,3,4; Kairos # 73, National Honor Society 2,3,4. Harrington, David: St. Gerald. Football 1 ; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 71, National Honor Society 2,3,4; Rugby 2.

Hart, William: Dawes School.

Hatfield Samuel: SI. John Fisher. Honor Roll 4; Soccer I; Intramurals 2.

Heffernan David: Our Lady ofLoretto. Gym Leader I; lntramurals 2; Soccer 1,2,3,4. Heilen bach, Adam: Stone Chruch. Band 1,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week 1; Honor Roll 1,2.

Hennigan, Daniel: SI. Catherine 0/ Alexandria. Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; lntramurals 3; Kairos # 75. Herman, Brian: SI. Daniel The Prophet. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball I ,2; Gym Leader I; Honor Rolli; lntramurals 3; Kairos # -I. Leader ofKairos # 74.

H~", ood, James: SI. John Fisher. Honor RollI ,2,3,4; lntramurals 1,2,3; Kairos # 70; Soccer I.

Hogan, Jacob: St. Symphorosa. Band 1,2,3; Class Council 4; Drama CI ub 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Literary Magazine 2,3,4;

. faIh Club 1,2; Prom Committee 4; Theater Department 1,2,3,4.

Graal, Ryan: Most Holy 1.2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; 76: Wrestling 1,2,3. Griffm, Patrick: Christ Class Council 2; Football 1.3: Gym Leader 2; Intramurals 3,4; Kairos #

ociety 3; Office Aids 3; Grimes, James: SI. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; ')

Redeemer. Football lntramurals 3,4; Kairos #

The King. Basketball 1 ; 1,2,3,4; Guidance Aids Honor Roll 1,2,3,4;

70; National Honor Peer Minister 4.

Denis. Hockey 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 4; Library Aids

Christ The King. Honor National Honor Society Track and Field 1,2; Mu

Agnes. Herrnanos Unidos

Hope, Mark: St. John Fisher. Class Council 3; Crusader of the Week 1,2; Gym Leader 2; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Kairos #70, Leader Kairos #75; Library Aids 3; Math Club 1,2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Soccer 1; Tennis 2; Track and Field 2; Academic Bowl 2,3,4.

Houze, Daniel: St. Barnabas. Dean's Office Aids 3; Football 1; Gym Leader 1,2; Intramurals 2; Rugby 3; Soccer 2,3. Huber, Daniel: Most Holy Redeemer. Football I ; Honor Roll 4.

Huber, Michael: Most Holy Redeemer. Dean's Office Aids 3; Gym Leader I; Honor Roll 3; Lifeguard 1. Hyzy, Matthew.

Ignaszak, Christopher: St. Denis. Kairos #73. Jenskovec, Justin: St. Richard. Bowling 4.

Johaniewiez, Anthony: St. Symphorosa. Honor Roll 4; Kairos #77.

Johnson,Ruben: Sf. Paul. Besa Saka3; Diversity Council 3; Football I; Honor Roll 1,2; Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Jones, Michael: Simmons Junior High. Football I ; Guidance Aids I; Gym Leader 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #74; National Honor Society 12,3,4; Soccer 1; Volleyball 1,2,3,4.

Jursich, Mathew: Wilkins Elementary. Chess Team 1,2,3,4; Fishing Club I; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #77; Math Club 2. KeUy, Joseph: St. Gerald. Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #72; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Rugby 2,3,4.

Kelly, Patrick: St. Catherine. Baseball 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football I ; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #73; National Honor Society 1.2,3,4; Peer Minister 4. Kennedy, Thomas:

Redeemer. Crusader of Fishing Club 2; Football 1.2; Honor Roll I; Lifeguard 1,2.

Kevin, Daniel: St. Basketball 1,2; Crusader 3.4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Honor Intrarnurals 3,4; Kairos King, Joseph: Prairie Basketball 1; Class Cross Country 2,3,4; Week 2,3,4; Gym Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intrarnurals 3,4; National ] ._.3.4; Soccer I; 1: Track and Field Kittler, Michael: St. Kairos #73; Prom Knock, Benjamin: Sutherland.

Knor,Matthew: St. Denis. Band 1,2,3,4; Besa Saka 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos#76; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Knuska, Desmond: SI. Barnabas. Kairos #77; Wrestling 1,2,3.

Kotyluk, Daniel: St. Gerald. Basketball 1,2,3; Football I ; lntramurals 4; Track and Field 1,2. Krumtinger, Andrew.

Krzeminski, Timothy: St. Louis de Monfort. Kairos #77; Lifeguard 2.

Kupres, Daniel: St. Gerald. Class Council 3,4; Crusader of the Week 3,4; Football 1; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Kairos =68. Leader Kairos #76; Math Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Council _.3A: Volleyball 1,2,3,4.

Lagoni, James: SI. Bernadette. Baseball! ,2,3,4; Football I ,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #75; National Honor Society 3,4; Peer Minister 4.

Lambert, Luke: Sutherland. Class Council 1,3; Fishing Club 2; Gym Leader 1,2; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #71, Leader Kairos =73; Key Club 3,4; Lifeguard 1,2; Peer Minister 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3.

La tham, Matthew: Sf. Christina. Crusader of the Week 4; Drama CI ub I ,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #73; Lifeguard 1,2; wimming 1,2,3,4; Water Polo 1,2,3,4.

Lauderdale, Bryan: Our Lady of the Ridge. Band 1,2,3,4; Crusader of the Week I; Guidance Aids 2; Honor RollI. Lavin Kevin: St. Bernadette. Basketball) ,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #72; Intramurals 3,4.

Leamy, Nicholas: St. Denis. Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Rolli; Kairos #76,3; Scholastic Bowl 2,3,4.

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Most Holy the Week 1;

1; Gym Leader Kairos#72;

Catherine. of the Week

Roll 1,2,3,4; #76.

J,: High. Council I; Crusader of the

Leader 2; Kairos#76; Honor Society Student Council

1,2,3,4. Thomas More.

Committee 4.

Ledwon, Eric: Hamlin. Student Class Council 2,3,4; Crusader of the Week 2,3,4; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #73; Math Club 1 ,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Council 3,4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4. Lewis, Ryan: St. Albert the Great. Honor Roll I; Kairos #77; Soccer 1,2.

Limberopou!os, Elias: Basketball 1; Bowling 2; Chess Team 2; Cross Country 2; Golf I; Honor Roll 2; Library Aids 2; Math

Club I; Soccer I; SADD 3; Volleyball 2. •

Lindeman, Timothy: McGugan. Band 1,2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Kairos #77; Key Club I; Literary Magazine 3,4; Liturgical Ensemble 1,2; Tennis 1,2,3,4.

Lock, Kevin: St. Aene Goupil. Intramurals 3,4; Soccer I.

Logisz, Robert: SI. Bruno. Football l; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1 ,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Kairos #73; National Honor Society 3,4' Peer Minister 4; Track and Field 1 ,2,3; Scholastic Bowl 2,3,4.

Lopez, Manuel: Daniel Corlcery School. Chess Team 2,3; Class Council 2,4; Computer Club 2; Drama Club I; Fishing Club I; Footballl 2,3,4; Golf3; Honor Rolli; Kairos #75; Lifeguard 2; National Honor Society I; Peer Minister 4; Student Congress 2,4; Track and Field 1,2; Wrestling 1,2.

Lopez, Michael: Louis Pasteur. Kairos #74; Lifeguard 2.

Maciaszek, Kevin: Most Holy Redeemer. Honor Roll 1 ,2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Volleyballl.

Maher, Michael: Our Lady a/the Ridge. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Fishing Club 2; Football 2; Golf l; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2.3.4; Kairos #71, Leader Kairos #73; Library Aids 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Mascot 4; Eucharistic Minister 4.

Maher, Thomas:

Ridge. Football 1,2; Intramurals4; Kairos Kairos #74; Peer 2,3.4.

Marcinkus, Daniel:

School. Bowl ing Country I; Gym Intrarnurals 1,2,3. Marovitch, Daniel: 1,2,3; Drama Club 1 ,2.3,4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; ational 2,3,4; Student Theater Department Martinez, Oscar:

Roll l,2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; 1,2,3,4.

Marynowski, Brian: Hamlin. Footballl; Kairos #76.

McCain, Connor: Southwood Junior High. Class Council 4; Dance Committee 2; Footballl ,2; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Kairos #77; Lifeguard 2; Math Club 1 ,2,3; Prom Committee 4; Track and Field 1 ,2,3; Scholastic Bowl 1,2,3.

McCauley, Jason: Queen of Martyrs. Honor Roll 2; Kairos #75; Key Club l ; Soccer I; Wrestling 2.

McDermott, Patrick: Sf. Catherine. Class Councill ,2,3,4; Edmund Rice Society 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #73, Leader Kairos #75; National Honor Society 3,4.

McDonough, Michael: Most Holy Redeemer. Basketballl,2,3,4; Class Council I ,2,3; Football J; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1 ,2,3,4; Kairos #73; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4.

McGinnis, Sean: Christ the King. Astronomy 3; Band I; Besa Saka 2; Fishing Club 3; Football 1,2; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1 ,2,3,4; Kairos #72; National Honor Society 4; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 2,3,4; Wrestling l,2,3,4.

McGowan, Thomas: Queen of Martyrs. Edmund Rice Society 4; Kairos #71.

McMahon, Theodore: St. Catherine. Honor Rolll,2.

McManus, Michael: SI. Mary of the Woods.

McNamara, Brian: Richard Lee School. Intramurals 2; Kairos #77; Office Aids 3; Wrestling 2; Liturgical Ensemble 1. McNamara, Thomas: St. Bernadette. Honor Rolll,2,3,4; Liturgical Ensemble 1,2.

McNichols, Joseph: SI. Symphorosa.

Our Lady 0/ the Honor Roll 2; #71, Leader Minister 4; Rugby

Richard Lee

1,2,3; Cross Leader 2;

McGugan. Band 3,4; Honor Roll 3; Math Club Honor Society Congress 2,3; 3,4.

SI. Ann. Honor Lifeguard 1,2; Water Polo

McQuaid, Joseph: Most Holy Redeemer. Baseball I ; Class Council I ; Football I ,2; Gym Leader 2; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; lntramurals 2; Kairos # 72; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 2,3,4; Student Council I; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. McShane, Brian: Sutherland. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 74; Lifeguard 1,2; National Honor Society 1,4; Peer Minister 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Water Polo 1,2,3,4.

Mercado, Steven: Sf. Gerald. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals, Kairos # 75, Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Mercado, Stewart: St. Gerald. Football I ,2,3; Gym Leader 2; Honor RollI ,2,3; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos # 76; Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Mikaitis, Matthew: Most Holy Redeemer. Baseball I; Class Council 1,2; Dean's Office Aides 2; Fishing Club 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos # 75, Leader of Kairos # 76; Key Club 3,4; Lifeguard 1,2; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Rugby 1,2,3,4; Student Congress 2; Wrestling 1,2.

MiJbratz, Nicholas: St. Richard. Drama Club I.

MiJler, James: Sf. Gerald. Football 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Kairos # 72; Rugby 2,3,4; Volleyball 1; Wrestling 2. Molenhouse, Eric: St. Linus. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 1,3,4.

Monahan, Michael: St. Turibius. Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos # 75; National Honor Society 2,3,4.

Montagano, Paul: Graves Junior High. Crusader of The Week 1; Gym Leader 1,2; Honor Roll I ,2,3,4; National Honor Society

1.2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4.

Moore, Jeffrey: Mark Twain.

Honor Roll 3,4; lntramurals34;

Kairos # 71; Newspaper 3,4;

Tennis 2;Yearbook 3,4; Yearbook

Editor-ln-Chief4.

Moss, Gregory:

High. Baseba1ll,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; of Kairos #74;

ociety 1,2,3,4.

Motley, Ernest:

Besa Saka 2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; Kairos # 74; Peer Mulcahy, Ryan: St. Roll 1.2.

Murphy, Michael: Sf. Catherine of

Alexandria. Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 76; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4; Crusader Award.

Murphy, William: St. Cajetan. Class Council 1,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week I; Edmund Rice Society 4; Football 2; Gym Leader 2: Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Kairos # 75; Lifeguard 2; Math Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Student Council 4; Track and Field 4.

","urray, Martin: St. Mary Star of/he Sea. Bowling I; Honor Roll 1,2; lntramurals 3; Kairos # 73; Key Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society I; Peer Minister 4; SADD 1,2.

Musto, Joseph: Mas/ Holy Redeemer. Class Council 3,4; Honor Roll I ,2,3,4; lntramurals 2, Kairos # 72, Leader ofKairos # 74; Key CI ub 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Commi ttee 4; Track and Field 3.

Myles, Ken: Louis Wirth.

Navarrete, Raul: Sf. Germaine. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 74; ational Honor Society 2,3,4; Office Aids 3; Soccer 1,2 3. Nelson, Justin: Sf. Benedict. Band 1,2,3; Class Council 1 ,2,3,4; Drama Club 4; Honor Roll l 2,3,4; lntramurals 3; Kairos # 77, Math Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Mu Alpha Theta.

Nickless, Daniel: Sr. Mary Star of/he Sea. Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball House Band 2,3,4; Crusader of the Week 3.

Noceda, Robert: Prairie Junior High. Basketball House Band 4; Football 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos # 71, Leader ofKairos 11 76. Peer Minister 4; Track and Field 2,3,4.

Noonan, Michael.

Nykaza, Keith: Most Holy Redeemer. Gym Leader 2, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramuralS'3,4; Kairos # 68, LeaderofKairos # 73; Key CI ub 1,2,3,4; Lifeguard 2, National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Volleybal I 1,2.

Central Junior BowlinglZ.I;

4; Gym Leader 2; Kairos # 71, Leader National Honor

Christ The King. Chess Team 2,3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Minister 4. Alexander. Honor

O'Brien, Daniel: Sf. Patricia. Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball Films 1,2,3,4; Class Council 1,2,3,4; Crusader of The Week 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 4; Kairos # 72, National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Retreat Leader 4.

O'Connell, Jeffery: Central Junior High. Kairos # 77.

O'Connell, Timothy: Christ the King. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Class Council 1 ; Crusader of The Week 2; Football I; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos # 71, Leader ofKairos # 75; Math Club 1,2; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Football Statistician 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4.

Okrzesik, Daniel: St. Mary Star ofthe Sea. Bowling 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Kairos # 73; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Newspaper 1,3 4; Peer Minister 4; Volleyball I ; Yearbook 3,4.

Olivo, Tlaloc: St. Pius V. Office Aids 3; Swimming 1,2; Water Polo 1,2.

Ortiz, Alejandro: Good Shepard. Honor Roll 4.

Ocskvarek, Jason: St. Nicholas.

Paschke, Chris: Queen a/Martyrs. Dance Committee 1,2; Drama Club 2; Fishing Club 1,2; Football 1,2; Gym Leader 2; Key Club 1; Lifeguard 2; Rugby 2,3.

Pearse, Thomas: Central Junior High. Baseball I ,2; Basketball 1 ; Gym Leader 2; Honor roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Kairos #74; Lifeguard 2; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4.

Pepin, Joel: McGugan. Crusader of the Week I; Football I ; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; lntramurals 1,2,3,4; Kairos #73; Office Aids 4; Volleyball 1,2,3.

Pertchi, Brad: St. Catherine. Honor Roll 2; Kairos #74.

Phelan, Matthew: Most Holy Redeemer. Class Council 1,2; Crusader of the Week 2; Football 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos =72, Leader Kairos #73; Math Club 2,3,4; ational Honor Society 2,3,4; SADD 3; Track and Field I; Football Statistician 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4.

Phelan, William: St. Catherine. Dance Committee 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #74; Kairos #74; Peer Minister 4; Soccer 1,2,3. Pokrajac,Andrew: Our Lady of Ioretto. Drama Club 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Kairos#74; Math Club 1,2;

ational Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4.

Poole, Daniel: St. Mary Star of the Sea. Drama Club 2; Honor Rolli ,2,3; Kairos #75; Soccer I. Preston, John: Clisso/d.

Prosapio, Anthony: Sf. Christina. Kairos #77; Swimming I.

Putman, Owen: Sf. Catherine. Gym Leader 2; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #73, Leader Kairos #77; Math Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3; Office Aids 2; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4.

Quane, Joseph: St. Cajetan. Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #77; National Honor Society 3,4.

Ramirez, Raymond: SI. Mary Star of/he Sea. Hennanos Unidos I; Honor Roll I; Kairos #73; Wrestling 2. Rangel, Gerardo: Sf. Simon. Football 1; Hennanos Unido 1,2,3,4; Office Aids 1,2.

Reitz, David: St. Denis. Honor Roll 3,4; Kairos #77; Rugby 2.

Reynders, Nicholas: Century Junior High. Diving 2,3,4.

Ribich, Timothy: Queen ofthe Universe. Honor Roll 1,3,4; Kairos #74.

Rice, Kevin: Queen a/Martyrs. Football 1 ,2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Kairos #75; Math Club I; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4. Richards, Timothy: St. John Fisher. Baseball 1; Basketball 1 ; Class Council 4; Football 1 ,2,3,4; Honor Roll 4; Kairos #76.

. beck, Frank: St. Alexander. Band I; Cross Country 2,3,4; Crusader of the Week 3,4; Edmund Rice Society 2,3,4; Honor Roll L.3,4; lntramurals 3,4; Math Club 1,2,3; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; SADD 2; Track and Field " ~A: Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4.

ipskis, Thomas: Kolman Chess Team 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1_3A: Math Club 1,2,3,4; Rugby 1,2,34; Wrestling 12,3,4.

. 0, Anthony: Queen of Martyrs. Kairos #76; Key Club 2,3,4.

binson, Reynold: McGugan. Bowling 1,2; Diversity Council 1 ,2,3,4; Football 1 ,2.3,4; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #76; Key I: Lifeguard 2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3,4.

odriguez, Michael: Hurley. Dean's Office Aides 3; Hennanos Unidos 1.

Roman, Damian: Our Lady ofFatima. Honor Roll 1,2; Lifeguard 2; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Water Polo 1,2,3,4. Rushton, Philip: Our Lady ofthe Ridge. Basketball 1 ; Honor Roll 3; Volleyball 1 ,2,3,4.

Saenz, Jeremiah: St. Agnes. Gym Leader 1; Herrnanos Unidos 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #77; Track and Field 3,4. Scarabello, Nicholas: St. Benedict. Football I; Kairos #71; Key Club 3; Peer Minister 1; Track and Field 3.

Shoenecker, Brian: McGugan. Honor Roll 3.

Schuld, Timothy: St. Bernadette. Diving 2; Fishing Club 2; Golf 1,2,3,4; Guidance Aids 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3 4; Kairos #70; Office Aids I; Swimming 2; Wrestling 1.

Serafin, Paul: Sf. Mary Star ofthe Sea. Gym Leader 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #73; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 4; Swimming 1; Volleyball 1,2.

Shannon, Thomas: Most Holy Redeemer. Class Council 3; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Kairos #71; Math Club 1; National Honor Society 2,3: Scholastic Bowl 2,3,4.

Sheehy, Michael: St. Linus. Kairos #76; Track and Field I; Wrestling 1.

Shiels, Colin: Christ the King. Football I; Kairos #72, Leader Kairos #74; Rugby 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Slager, Ted: Ashburn Lutheran. Drama Club 2,3,4; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Philosophy 4.

Smagur, Peter: St. John Fisher. Crusader of the Week 2,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #69, Leader Kairos #76; Lifeguard 2; Math Club 1,2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Rugby 2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2; Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4.

Small, Richard: St. John Fisher. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Lifeguard 2; Rugby 2.

Somerville, Charles: St. John Fisher. Chess Team 1; Drama Club 2; Gym Leader 2; Honor RollI ,2,3; Kairos #72; Key Club 1.2: Library Aids 1,2,3,4; Literary Magazine 2,4; Newspaper 4; Rugby 4; Theater Department 2,3,4.

Soso, Richard: St. Christina. Chess Team 2; Fishing Club 3; Honor Roll 4; Soccer I.

Soto, Fernando: Nativity B. V.M: Hermanos Unidos 1,2,3; Soccer 1,2,3,4.

oto, Frank: St. Simon. Hermanos Unidos 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2.

Spencer, Quinton: William H Ray. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Chess Team 1; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Track and Field 1,2,3,4.

Stalzer, Jonathan: St. Catherine. Crusader of the Week I; Edmund Rice Society 1; Gym Leader I; Kairos#7I; Lifeguard 2; Peer Minister 4; Wrestling 2.

terk, Kevin: St. Germaine. Baseball 2,3,4; Class Council 4; Crusader of the Week 4; Drama Club 1; Edmund Rice Society 4; Football 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 3; Kairos #68, Leader Kairos #73, Leader Kairos #75; Literary Magazine 3,4; Math Club 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Student Council 3,4; Track and Field 1.

tewart, Peter: St. Walter. Audio Visual Aids 1; Guidance Aids 2; Honor Roll 2; Kairos #71 ; Soccer 1.

trait, Joshua: Mead. Dean's Office Aids 2,3; Football 2; Gym Leader 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2 3,4; Kairos #77; Office Aids 2,3. zalko, Daniel: St. Gerald. Fishing Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #69; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1.

Szarzynski, Thomas: St. John Fisher. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #72; Soccer 1,2,3,4.

Tague, Brian: Central Junior High. Basketball I; Gym Leader 2; lntramurals 3,4; Kairos #73, Leader Kairos #75; National Hono

ociety 3.4; Peer Minister 4; Rugby 2,3,4.

Tetrev, Michael: Clissold. Football 1; Track and Field 2.

Trojanowski, Michael: Sf. Tribius. Class Council 3,4; Fishing Club 2,3,4; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Key Club 1,2,3,4; Math Club 3,4; National Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2; MuAlpha Theta 2,3,4.

Urbancyzk, Steven: xxx: Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball House Band 2,3,4; Crusader ofthe Week 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #7( Math Club 1.2; ational Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band 1,2,3,4.

Va ios, William: Mas/Holy Redeemer. Football 1 ,2; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll l ,2,3,4; Lifeguard 1,2; Rugby 2,3,4. Vazquez, Jorge: St. Simon. Hermanos Unidos 2,3.

Vieraitis, Paul: St. Richard. Astronomy 1; Chess Team 2; Computer Club 3; Crusader of the Week I; Drama Club 1,2; Fishing Club 3; Golf I; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #73; Library Aids 2; Liturgical Ensemble 1; Math Club 1,2; Peer Minister 4; Theater Department 1,2.

Villanueva, Gabriel: St. Simon. Diversity Council 3; Football I ,2,3; Hermanos Unidos 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,4; Kairos #77; Track and Field 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2.

Walsh, Adam: St. Daniel. Fishing Club 1,2,3; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Kairos #74; Volleyball I ,2; Wrestling 1,2.

Walsh, Michael: SI. Germaine. Crusader of the Week 4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; lntramurals 3; Kairos #76; Lifeguard 2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Peer Minister 4; Soccer 1,2,3 4; Volleyball! ,2.

Winters, Liam: Keller. Baseball 1 ,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Class Council 1,2; Crusader of the Week 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 4; Kairos #75; National Honor Society! ,2,3,4; Newspaper 4; Peer Minister 4; Prom Committee 4; Rugby 4; Student Council 4; Volleyball I.

Woerheide, Stephen: Kerkstra. Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Honor Rolli ,2,3,4; Kairos #73; National Honor Society 3,4; Prom Committee 4.

Wojcik, William: St. Germaine. Drama Club I; Fishing Club 2; Gym Leader 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Kairos #76; Soccer 1,2,3,4. Zambrano, Cesar: Richard Edwards School. Hermanos Unidos I; Honor RollI; Soccer 1,2,3,4.

Zepeda, Nicholas: Michael Byrne Elementary. Hennanos Unidos 1; Wrestling I.

Zigulich, James: St. John Fisher. Edmund Rice Society 3,4; Honor RollI ,2,3,4; Kairos #71; National Honor Society 2; ewspaper 4; Peer Minister 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Student Congress I; Track and Field 2,3,4.

Zulevic, Michael: St. Germaine. Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Track and Field 1,2,4. Zuno, Gianni: XXX. Office Aids 1.

SENIOR FAVORITES

TEACHER YOU WOULD WANT

TO HANG OUT WITH ON WEEKENDS

MOST DIFFICULT TEACHERS

1st 2nd 3rd

Mr. Markulin Mr. Dolan Mr. Gleeson

1st 2nd 3rd

Ms. Searls Mr. Bergstedt Mr. Molinda

When students were asked, "who their biggest influence on their lives was," an overwhelming number selected Br. Martin.

"Manners count." -Mrs. Hall

"One time in Nam ... " -Mr. Antos

One time at M&M Mars ... " - Mr. Keyes

" Did I tell you that one story about that chick in college?"

-Mr. Albanese

- ou're beautiful, kid."

-Mr. Markulin

"Who shut those windows? Did I give you permission?"

-Ms. Searls

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In a year when maturity is shown friendship becomes soLidified, and a new sense of purpose is born, this year'sjunior class began to show that they are the future leaders of tomorrow. Now comes the time to determine what course in life they will take, with graduation edging significantly closer. Although similar in some ways to sophomore year, junior year is when the morals that will lead a young man into adulthood are taught. "Junior year is important because we have to start making big choices that will affect the rest of our Lives," said Troy Martin.

Maturity begins to become a regular part of a junior's life. Respect for Life and the diversity is enshrined into this year's junior class. "You find out a Lot about yourself that you mayor may not have known duringjunior year," said Jason Fitch. Ajunior realizes that it is now time to accept his role in life which becomes the foundation for success in the future.

Friendships show a potential for lifelong bonds. Junior year is a year not only when j uniors make their friends for life, but also when they meet and understand students who they mayor may not have known. This important step leads juniors into the real world, assisting them in their social and business endeavors.

An important question on every junior's mind is, "What will I do after Brother Rice?" Junior year is the time to decide whether to attend college, join the military, or find a job. Although hectic at times, junior year is an important step in each youngman's life. With the guidance of teachers and counselors, juniors begin to realize that it is now time to accept their role in society.

This year's junior class showed that they are future leaders of tomorrow. The 2003 junior class began showing their knowledge of what it takes to become a respectable mem ber of society, I iving by the school motto "Act Manfully in Christ Jesus."

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Patrick Addison Matt Albano James Amato Patrick Anders Scott Arena Daniel Avila Steven Bagus

Joseph Bara Jeremy Barnes Dominic Barraco Vito Barraco Joseph Basile

Robert Bearlund UI Leonardo Becerra

David Behncke Marc Belbis

Colin Bertling Matthew Besenhofer Ryan Best

John Btanclono Alec Block

John Bombard Jonathon Bosas John Brackin Dan Bradley Matt Brongiel James Bruno Steven Burban

Kevin Burg

Brian Byrnes Oscar Calderon Danius Carauskas Jose Carmona Sean Carroll Kevin Ca sele

Michael Casey Scan Castle

John Castro Terrence Ceska Matthew Charnota Raul Chavez

John Colby

Thomas Connelly Robert Coughlin Kevin Caul as

James Courtney Todd Courtright Patrick Craven Christopher Curatolo

Brian Dakuras Gary Dallabeua Raben Dalton William Decker Kevin Deegan Mike Delcorse Patrick Dickinson

Carmine Dimiele Sean Dolan Paul Doran 1I Alan Dorich Dean DOlson

Richard Dougan Ryne Duleba Daniel Dunne Thomas Dwyer Daniel Eakins

Daniel Eble Ryan Ensminger Ryan Escalona James Evans Daniel Fadden

Robert Fecht Jason Pilch Patrick Flaherty Michael Flisk Mark Flynn

James Fox Danny Friend Matthew Gannon Hugo Garcia Matthew Geary

Keith Glaude Michael Gorman Leo Paul Erick Gracia James Grady Danny Greene

Daniel Griffin Avery Hall David Hardy Patrick Harrigan Timothy Harrigan

Dan Harris Ben Hartigan Michael Haydcn Ryan Hennigan Daniel Henry

Arturo Hernandez. Jr. Michael Hoard

Daniel Horbaczewski Matthew Houlihan

Raymond Houlihan Eric Hrebic

Michael Hughes Daniel Hunt

Daniel Ignash Robert Ingersoll

Frank Janisch Timothy Januszyk

Nicholas Jones James Kelly

Thomas Kelly Timothy Kelly

t John Brackin completes some homework as he waits to leave for St. Gelasius.

J. Mike Gorman and Mike Murphy spend some time in the cafeteria before school starts.

n Dakuras presents his speech at the Junior Ring Mass.

Januszyk and Mike Muhr complete an assignment in Mr. class.

Adam Kielbasa Joseph Klockowski

Richard Knight Corey Kopec

Julian Kosinski Marlin Kouba

Nicholas Koziokas John Krasny

Brian Kuczynski Justin Kukulski

Christopher Kusper Brendan Lavin

Nicolas Leal Patrick Leonard

David Lesch John Lickus

Joseph Lindzius Timothy Linnane Timothy Liston Bernardo Lopez Francisco Lopez

Oscar Lopez Jake Lowery Michael Lyman Tim Lyman Douglas Lyons

James Lysaught Keith Majew ki Thomas Marneris Brian Martin Jerry Martin

Troy Martin Jeffrey Martinez Doug Martini Steven Matthews Matt Matuszak

Tim Matuszak Johnathan Mayer Ryan Mayer Brendan McAlinden Casey McCormick

Patrick McDowell Daniel McEldowney John McGrail

Aaron Mejia William Melaniphy

Benjamin Mendez Douglas Merkle Craig Miller Gregory Miller Michael Mitchell

Sean Mitchell John Mlinarcik William Molloy Daniel Montalto Louis Montes

Juan Montoya Michael Moore Robert Mrozek Mauhew Muhr Michael Muhr

Christopher Murphy Mark Murphy Michael Murphy Robert Nelson Christopher Nesbiu

Daniel Nicholson Patrick Niersbach Kyle Noskowiak

James Novak Daniel Novosel

Matthew Nowakowski Timothy Obrien William Obrien Brian Oconnell

Joseph Oconnor

SCOII Olenak Andrew Ornastiak James Oneill Jacob Oprondek Jose De Jesus Orozco

Steven Padden Thomas Padgham Ricardo Palmerin Adam Pastiak Nicholas Paszkier

Richard Patera Michael Pepper Anthony Petraitis Timothy Philbin Thomas Phillips

Michael Pictryla David Pisano Jacob Pohrebny Donald Preissner Matthew Prunckle

Robert Quane William Rakowski

James Ramazinskl Joseph Remiasz

Thomas Rhein Robert Richmond

Barry Rocha Abel Rodriguez

Nicholas ROj<IS Sean Rudd

Gintaras Rudis Timothy Russell

Matthew Ryan Michael Rzasa

Jonathan Samardzich Alejandro Sandoval

t Tim Liston walks towards the main office as he leaves school.

O'Keeffe takes a break from studying in Mrs. Hall's class.

Dunne and Kevin Deegan cheer during the pep rally.

Moises Sandoval Gilbert Savage

Brett Schaefer Chris Schuch

Zachary Schultz Anthony Schulz

Michael Sedlacek Joseph Seidl

Anthony Serio Mguhew Seroka

Adam Skrlac Jakub Skwarek

Peter Slysz David Smith, Jr.

Thomas Stecich Evan Strandquist

Burke Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Auddie Sweis Karl Szafranski

Ricky Talaski Joseph Taylor David Telander Bradley Therriault

Not Pictured

Daniel Hanzie Gary Hirtzer Owen Huisenga Jonathan Bullard Daniel Ketza

Robert Carroll Rich Lewandowski

Jason Cermack Patrick McCann Jefferey Cerullo Robert Michaels Ulysses Cortes Michael Obregon

Brian Ditchie Jason Ortiz

Daniel DOlinski Luke Paskey

Micheal Feyerer Ricardo Rodriguez

Peter Frazzini Eric Yurinich

Leo Fron III Jorge Zavala Jr.

Chris Green

Michael Trostel Matthew Usher Christopher Vari David Villasenor Nicholas Villasenor

Brian Walsh Robert Weller Patrick WlJirity

Willie Wilbon, Jr. David Wills Daniel Wilson

Andrew Winkler Dan Wiora

Nicholas Wisniewski Brian Wnek

Eric Wodarski

Matthew Wood Michael Wooljs Christopher Zalinski Michael Zerinskas Kevin Zofkie

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A little older and a little wiser, the class of 2005 entered the halls at the beginning of the school year ready for another dose of Brother Rice education. As freshmen, the high school envirorunent was one of confusion and adjustment, but these stately sophomores have survived their second year of gym, English, algebra, and theology.

Having left the blissful ignorance of their first year, several rewards and challenges are presented to the sophomores at Brother Rice. "The good thing about sophomore year is that you know your way around the school. Unfortunately, I can no longer blame my problems on it being my first year at Rice," said Jason Adam. A new level of commitment and maturity is expected to be models for the class of 2006.

As a student finishes his second year at Brother Rice, he is faced with yet another challenge: the future. As freshmen, ACT, GPA, and credit requirements are a foreign concept. However, as students end sophomore year, they are gi ven the task of understanding these requirements.

With this next step in growth and education for the class of2005, the students are more involved and feel at home in the halls of Brother Rice. "Now that I'm a sophomore I feel more relaxed. I know more teachers and students, and I feel like a part of the Brother Rice community," said Ryan Olinger. The class of2005 stands prouder and stronger than they bave ever before in their life. They are full of enthusiasm and anxiously await the end of the summer when they enter Brother Rice as upper-c1assmen.

Peter Abbasi Nicholas Abramovic

Jason Adam Jason Aguiar

Juan Aguirre Christopher Albanese

Musa Ally Anthony Alvarado

Tomas A rroyo, Jr.

Daniel Bansley

Arthur Baron Daniel Barrera

+- Dan Regalado sprints toward. the finish line.

C~of 2005

Daniel Barren Anthony Batilaran Victor Bauaglia Nicholas Bednarczyk Brian Beglin

Thomas Behrendt Kevin Berghs Daniel Blake George Blough Joey Boehm

Samuel Bonomo Brian Brejcha Anthony Breuman Anthony Brown Michael Brown

Samuel Bryk James Buckley Anthony Bulat Kyle Burg Ryan Bush

Thomas Byrne Efrain Calderon Kevin Carey Roque Carpintero John Castaneda. Jr.

Kevin Castle Fernando Chavez George Cheliotis Jame Chronister Marc Chyba

John Cimaglia Jacob Clas James Connelly Ulysses Cortes Philip Coughlin

Andrew Cronin James Cullen Colin Cunln Edward Dahman SCOII Daly

Calvin Davis Justin Davis Enrique Delamora Michael Delaney Andres Delgado

Lucas Delira Vincent Dicastillo Mark Dicola Andrew Dignan William Dinneen

Bryan Doherty Thomas Dolan Carl Donahue Alex Douville

Jeremy Dowling

Jack Doyle Kevin Doyle Joseph Duffy Alan Eckert Ryan Ellis

Jonnatan Espinoza Ismael Estrada Joel Evans Ryan Fabiszak Jacob Fahey

Erik Faust Michael Fazy Antonio Fernandez Casey Filkins Jeffrey Finley II

John Fletcher Michael Ford Robert Frasor

Kevin Fronczak David Fudacz

Michael Garner Ryan Gavrick Bobby Gce Andrew Geraci Carlos Gonzalez

Brian Greene Adam Gregoriou

Phillip Griffin Michael Grobarek

Adam Grzywna Martin Hamper

Daniel Hanzie Brian Harrigan

David Hasty SCOll Hayden

Conor Heffernan Michael Heniff

Bruno Hernandez Jose Hernandez

Mark Hernandez Sal vador Hernandez

t Matt Zwickle gets ready to leave his Spanish class.

J, Ryan White and Vince Dicastillo take notes in biology class.

The sophomore basketball team watches the game against De La Salle.

Brennan O'Boylc drops back to pass against St. Viator.

John Hickey Ryan Hogan

William Horner Owen Huisenga

Joseph Hurley Dan IdeIJ

Zachary Jennings Jason Joseph

Andrew Kariolic Tony Kasprzyczak

Robert Keating Thomas KeIJy

Joseph Kennedy Steven Kent

Timothy Kevin Donald John King

Michael Koehler Ryan Kolton Christopher Komita Collin Kosinski Adam Kosobud

Jacob Kozlowski Patrick Krillic

Kevin Kuzanek Nicholas Laporta Anthony Lapsansky

Daniel Lecompte James Leeney Nick Lempa Scott Linn Thomas Logisz

Fernando Lopez John Lydon Michael Lynch Neil Lynch Casimir Maciasz

Michael Madden Edgar Magana Thomas Malloy Charles Manthei Alberto Martinez

Francisco Martinez Kevin McCollom Kevin McDermott Andrew McDonald Kevin McElroy

Matthew McGinnis Matthew McNicholas Thomas McPhillips Kevin McShane Michael McShane

Daniel Melaniphy Patrick Meloy Michael Menard Thomas Meyer Bryan Mhoon

Dan Milan Scott Milcarek Matthew Miller Aldo Montes James Moss

Paul Mrozinski Martin Mullen Michael Murphy James Murtaugh Erik Musial

William Mumansky Ryan Navarrete Brian Nelligan Andrew Novak Joseph Novosel

Edmund Obiala Brennan O'Boyle Jeremy O'Brien Christopher Oceguera Jaime Ochoa, Jr.

Martin O'Connor Dustin Odel on Andrew Oehme Ryan Olinger Frank Olivo

Neil O'Loughlin Adam O'Meara Brian Omiecinski William O'Shea Joe Pacelli

Marc Padilla David Park Christian Patricio Andrew Perez Eric Petersen

Josue Pina James Pinner Kevin Rachubinski Dan Regalado Matthew Rezetko

Brendan Rice John Roberts

George Robinson Andres Rodriguez

Luke Rohan Michael Rojas

William Rooney Anthony Rudnicki

Alejandro Ruiz Michael Rushton

Gerard Ryan Jonathon Sambor

Juan Santiago Matthew Scaletta

Kevin Scarbrough Kyle Schleyer

t Tom Byrne and Ryan Olinger finish a round of golf with freshman Matt Harrig

J. Tom Sowinski samples the food at the International Dinner.

Austin Schroeder Matthew Seaquist

Sean Shannon Frank Sheeran

Patrick Sheeren Kevin Shotas

Christopher Sikorski David Siniawski

Bill Smith aime Sotelo

Thomas Sowinski Sam Spiguzza

Gytis Stanevicius Michael Sterk

Alex Stuck Jarnes Sullivan

Mauhew Zwickl

Not Pictured

Louis Cisneroz KhoiDang

Kevin Harrigan Alexander Hernandez, Jr. Ryan Lonkar

Robert Motros

Thmoas Paluch RyanVoves

Kyle Whirity

William Sweeney Michael Sweis Andrew Swiecicki Robert Szarzynski Christopher Tepper John Terhesh

Bradley Thompson Gabriel Torres Vincent Tourounjian Brian Tremaine Peter Troglia

Jose Tungol

Jorge Uribe

Miguel Valle Robert Vandrey Eduardo Vazquez Omar Vazquez Nicholas Velasquez

Jordan Vidovic David Voith Nathan Vondrak Matthew Walaszek Matthew Walavich Edward Waller

Larry Watson

Joseph Welch

Kevin Welch

Ryan White Christopher Williams Chris Wilson

Martin Winters Max Wirtschoreck Kyle Wlazlo Thomas Wolfe Daniel Zigulich Rick Zuno

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On August 17,2002, three hundred and fifty freshmen entered Brother Rice to begin their high school journeys. These young men, who entered Br. Rice timid and unknown, have begun to build an honorable reputation among their peers and faculty.

Each class carries itself differently; however, every true Crusader carries "Rice Pride." "Rice Pride" is not just a catchy phrase. "Rice Pride" means partaking in actions that result in excellence.

Throughout the 2002-2003 school year, the upperclassmen and faculty have provided freshmen with the foundation to excel.

This foundation begins in the classroom. Teachers like Mr. Filan, Mr. Lietz, and Mrs. Collins have instilled in their students the knowledge and discipline needed to excel in and out of the classroom.

Although they may sound shopworn and redundent, "freshman designed" phrases like "Sugar Britches," "Come on guy," and "You wouldn't survive downtown" forever link students to Br. Rice.

During the 2002-2003 school year, the class of2006 demonstrated that they possess the potential and are willing to partake in excellence and carry on the traditions of "Rice Pride."

William Adams Robert Aguilar Joseph Albano Lucas Alleman George Alvarez Miguel Amesquita John Andre

Alex Annes

Prank Argueta Brendan Arundel Rocco Ayala Marcial Barragan Kyle Bauer

Brian Behncke Zachary Bernier Kevin Bertrand

John Best

Thomas Beyer

J aeob Blaszak Daniel Bojarowicz Tim Bonen Collins Bonnema Sean Boyle

Robert Brannigan

Daniel Brennan Matthew Briana Steven Broderick Percy Bromby II Matthew Brown Matthew Brunner Jonathan Bryze Brendan Byrnes

Ryan Cameron Emmanuel Canchola Matthew Caponera Brendan Carey Jordan Carlson

John Carney

Jeffrey Carr

Pierre Castillo

Rex Cayer, Jr. Mark Cerullo Xavier Chavez William Chopik Michael Cimaglia Joseph Cismro Sean Cleary Andrew Colby

Jason Collins

Mario Corrales Brian Coughlin. Jr. Joseph Courtney Patrick Creed Frank Cregan Markus Cromwell Christopher Cronin

Brian Cullen

Mark Cullen David Cummings Joseph Cutrone Andrew Dallabetta William Dalton Franco Deasis Mark Deavila

Anthony Delcorse

Jeffrey Denison Christopher Dodd Ornar Dominguez Yeysi Dominguez

Sean Dospoy

Michael Duffy Kyle Dunleavy Ryan Eber Todd Escalona Alexis Estrada Timothy Evans

Daniel Ferrer Jonathan Fitzpatrick Adrian Flores Fernando Flores Samuel Flores Brendan Folliard

Joseph Fortuna Patrick Fay. Jr.

Christopher Franco Brandon Gaines vincent Gallagher Nicholas Gulotta

Wallace Gamble Kevin Gannon Paul Gannon Christopher Garcia John Geary Christopher Gentile

Joseph Gibson Matthew Gibson Matthew Glynn Ryan Glynn Joseph Gonzalez Serafin Gonzalez

Matthew Gorman Benjamin Gorski Peter Gorz Daniel GraaJ Zachary Grabowski Kenneth Graczyk

Michael Green Brandon Greene Elias Grcgortcu Matthew Grosh Timothy Hanna

Andrew Harrigan

Matthew Harrigan Edward Hayes

Patrick Heintz Oscar Hernandez

Roberto Herrera Charles Hespen

Kevin Heywood Kevin Holland

Kenneth Horn John Houlihan

Marcus Jackson Edward James

Edmund Jantz Dave Jennings

Jeffrey Jerousek Christopher Johnson

t Raul Medina completes some homework in his algebra class.

.J. Anthony Dclcorse studies in the library before school.

Michael Jordan Jim Karnetas

Vince Kasput Anthony Keane

James Keaty Mauhew Keary

Brendan Kellam Joseph Kelleher

Kevin Kelly Michael Kelly

Patrick Kennedy Timothy Kleist

Matthew Klinker Daniel Komar

David Korczak Ryan Krga

Mark Kusper Gregory Kuzmicki Calvin Kwan

John Kyler Marshall Lachecki Scott Lambert

James Lanigan Daniel Lazzarouo, Jr. Sean Leahy

Matthew Ledwon Thomas Lee

Jeffrey Lempa

Peter Leverette Vincent Lewis Ryan Leyendecker Alex List

Kevin Lombard Jesse Lopez

John Lowery Conner Lowry Joel Lozano James Lynch Kyle Lynch James Madrigal

Michael Malloy Samuel Manthei Matthew Maple Daniel Martin Louis Martin Anthony Martinez

Hector Massini Malt Maty

Michael McCarthy Patrick McCarthy Brennan McDonald Ryan McDonald

Austin McDonough John Mcinerney Samuel Mc lntyre Matthew McManus Matthew McNally Steven McNamee

Sean McNulty

James Meador

Raul Medina Anthony Meficharek Gregory Mentgen James Merca

Daniel Metzger Peter Michalec Marlin Mikaitis

Kevin Miller William Miller Cyril Mira

Mark Mitsdarffer Matthew Mizera Louis Morande Jeremy Morici

Jason Moss Mitchell Moss

Brian Mrozek Michael Mullenhoff Marlin Muloski Timothy Mulry Thomas Murphy Justin Navarro

Timothy Nawrocki Joseph Neveu Matthew Noel Jacob Nolan Timothy Nossem Miles Nowak

Kevin Obrien Patrick Oconnell Daniel Ogrady James Ogrady Timothy Okeefe Brendan Ori

Jaime Ortega James Ortoneda Brian Padden Nicholas Palnnyk Patrick Pamon Nicholas Panella

Nicholas Partyka Joseph Pastick Andrew Pepin Alan Peters John PieLryla Thomas Pifko

George Pitsilos Brian Podlasek Rick Pollak Daniel Prendergast Marc Prendergast Joseph Puc her

Daniel Pufum Kevin Quinn

Thomas Quinn John Ready

Daniel Reilly William Robinson

Bradley Roccasalva Many Roche

Aaron Rodriguez Eric Romano

Andrew Rowe Seamus Ryan

William Ryan James Rynne

Aaron Samardzich Nicolas Sawicki

t Tony Keane poses for a pciture in Mr. Leitz's class.

John Scanlan Joseph Schaffer

Timothy Schmit Brendan Schuld

Christopher Schultz Eric Schultz

Luis Segoviano John Serritos

Joseph Sharko Patrick Sheahan

Timothy Sheehan Liam Sheehy

Eugene Smith Martin Smith

Philip Stahl Jared Stanker

Marlin Staszel Daniel Statham Anton Steele Thomas Stach Michael Strocchia Robert Stumpe

Matthew Sullivan Thomas Sullivan David Sutton

Jay Swann

Steven Szafranski Randy Talaski

Justin Tamborski Daniel Tardy Matthew Tisza Brian Tornga Armando Torres Daniel Tourounjian

Benjamin Tragesser Steven Tyrakowski Mike Usher

Jose Velazavez

John Vizza

Samuel Vizza

Matthew Vranicar Patrick Walsh Willie Walton. Jr. David Weidman Kyle Whyte Nicholas Widmont

Kevin Williams Emmett Williamson Jeffrey Wilson

Justin Wisniewski Matthew Wojtan Edward Wondolowski

Joseph Wood Michael Wrobel Ernest Wulff

Owen Yanz Mieczyslaw Zdrzalka Brian Zedak

ADMINISTRATION

Mr. Michael Hurley. Treasurer Mr. Marvin Mathius, Dean Mr. Mark Klutcharch. Dean Br. Paul Ickes. Athletic Director Mr. John Konecki. Director of Admissions

Br. Karl Walczak, President Mr. James Antos, Principal Mr. Raben Alberts, Asst. Principal Mr. Edward Maloney. Asst. Principal Mrs. Catherine Seibt. Interim Asst.

Principal

Board Of Directors

Albert Albanese Phil Allen

Mary Kay Arnold Joseph Augustyn Robert Baader Eileen Barkowski

Joseph Bergmann Denis Bergstedt Kirk Bosi

Beverly Buciak Dolores Budz Martha Carbol

Martha Carbo! John Carlson

Sr. Owen Carty James Casey Donna Catolla Becky Clemmons

Jo Collins Thomas Collins Nancy Courtney Monica Diaz Darlene Diehl Michael Dolan

Keith Dombkowski Dennis Duffy

Dan Dwyer Michelle England David Ezerski

Alan Filan

Christina Forbes Bill Gleeson Dorene Glatz Marty Grogan John Hackett Jon Lee Hall

Michael Harper Br. Patrick Hayes Pat Henning Judy Hofer

Mary Beth Jantz Lynda Jaros

Michael Johnson Randy Johnson

Sandra Jones Robert Keeley Michael Keyes Andrew Knoell

Dolores Kotheirner Tim Lahart

Felix Lazoroff Rick Lietz Therese Liston Susan Lucheon Leslie Luxem Fr. Leo Lyons Tim Lyons

Nancy Malinowski

Maura Maloney Nick Markulin Patrick Martin Peggy Mason Eve McQueen

Michael McShane Dorothy Mendes Don Molenda

Joan Morlsi

Steve Nye Chris O'Grady Becky Pacetti Brian Pearson

William Pender Cliff Petrak Helen Pitula

Chad Prosen Patrick Richardson Joan Rickerson John Rosner Hal Ross Janet Rzeszutko Judith Schramm Todd Schultz

Jean Searls Jean Slattery Mary Smith Christopher Stiglic Gus Sundermeier John Brother Toole Robert Twardy

Karen Van Assen Fr. Mark Walter Thomas Wazio

Kenneth Williams Eric Wright Ed Zabrocki

t Br. Hayes takes part in some Spirit Week activities.

t Mrs. Hall and Mrs. EngJand stand by the publications dispJay at open house.

t --+ Mr. Harper poses for a picture at open house.

tTAFF

Mr. Albert Albanese: Theology Dept. Chair. Christian Marriage. World Religion and Cultures. Morality, Social Justice. St. Joseph's College, Theology.

Mr. Robert Alberts: Asst. Principal. Dean of Academics. Asst. Varsity Baseball Coach. Soph. Basketball Coach. Western Illinois U., B.S. Physical Education: Governors State University, M.S. Ed.

Mr. Phil Alien: Public Relations Director. Eastern Illinois U., B.A. in Journalism.

Mr. James P. Antos: Principal, Mothers Club Moderator. 1I1inois State U., B.A. Psychology: M.S. Experimental Psych: St. Xavier. C.A.S (Admin. Certificate)

Mrs. Mary Kay Arnold: Secretary to the Principal, Registrar.

Mr. Joseph Augustyn: Math Department Chair, Advanced Algebra, Algebra Trig Honors, NCA Chair, Water Polo Moderator. Lewis University, B.A. Mathematics, National Louis University, M.A. Education.

Mr. Robert f. Baader: World History, Loyola University, B.S. Humanities. Governors State University- M.A., Northern Illinois University- C.A.S.

Mrs. Eileen Barkowski: Guidance Counselor. Junior Morality, Cheerleading, Dance Committee, Fund Raising, Freshman Orientation Coordinator, Graduation Coordinator. Governor's State University, B.A. , M.A .. LCPC.

Mr. Joseph Bergmann: Psychology, Sociology, U.S. History. Loyola U., B.S., M.A.

Mr. Denis Bergstedt: Mathematics Dept. Alg. ll, Analytic geometry/Calculus, Math Team and scholastic Bowl, Volleyball. Ripon College, A.B.

Mr, Kirk Basi: Maintenance Dept. Supervisor.

xtrs Beverly Buciak: Librarian, Library Department Chair. Dominican U.,M,L.S., Illinois tate U .. B.S.

Mrs. Dolores Budz: Asst. Director of Technology.

• Irs Martha Carbol: Spanish, Hermanos Unidos en Edmundo. Saint Xavier U .. B.A. pant hlEducation. M.A.:Field Bases Masters Program in Teaching and Leadership.

Mr John R. Carlson: Guidance Counselor, English III Honors, Kairos DirectorlLiturgical MUSIC. Loyola U., B.A. English. Chicago State U., M.A. Education.

Br E. O. Carty: Soph. Religion. Guidance Department. lana College, B.A. History.

Mr James Casey: Director of Alumni Relations, Alumni Association. Chicago State U .. B.A. English.

!\trs Donna Carozza: Audio Video Coordinator. Audio Video Aides Moderator.

Mrs Becky Clemmons: Registrar, Assistant to Principal. Currently working on B.A. at Columbia College and Art Institute of Chicago.

xtrs. Jo Anne Collins: Freshman LMS, Algebra I. B.A. Math.

Br. Tom Collins: A.P. Chemistry, Senior Peer Ministry Religion, Gold Key Alumni. lana College. B.S. University of Notre Dame, M.S., DePaul U .. Med. Creighton U., M.A.

~Irs. ancy Courtney: Spanish I HS., Spanish III. Spanish IV; U of Illinois- Champaign. SA panish Education: Hermanos Unidos en Edmundo Moderator.

~Is lonika Diaz: Spanish I & III: UIC B.A. secondary Ed/ Spanish.

!\tr5 Darlene Diehl: Administrative Secretary.

tr, Michael Dolan: Religion.

Me Keith Dombkowski: Head Swim Coach, Assistant Golf Coach, Academic Biology. University of Illinois at Chicago, B.S. Kinesiology, B.S. Athletic Training.

~Ir Dennis L. Duffy: Chair, Social Studies, Chair. Civil Law, U.S. History, SAAD. Lewis College. B.A. DePaul U., Graduate Work.

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Mr. Daniel Dwyer: Varsity Volleyball, Intramural Volleyball, TheologyMorality. New Testament. Assistant AD, Marquette U. B.A.

Mrs. Michelle England: English I, English I Honors, English III; UIC B.A. Secondary Education/ English. Moderator for Literary Magazine and Scholastic Bowl.

Mr. David Ezerski: Maintenance Dept.

Mr. Alan Filan: Accounting-Honors, Microsoft Office, Cisco Networking. St. Joseph's College, B.S. Business. Cisco Academy. Cisco Certification.

Ms. Christina Forbes: Focus Director, English I, Reading. Loyola U., B.A., English.

Mr. Bill Gleason: Dads Club Moderator, Head Track Coach, WWII to the Present, Physical Ed., Fresh. and Soph. Uof I M.S., Illinois Benediticene B.S.

Mrs. Doreen Glatz: Associate Development Director.

Mr. Martin Grogan: Head Tennis Coach. Computer Assisted Drafting, Visual Basic, Advanced Computer Assisted Drafting: Winona State University, B.S.

Mr. Jack Hackert: Earth Science: St. Joseph's College, B.S. Geology, Notre Dame, M.S. Geology.

Mrs. Jon Lee Hall: Yearbook, Newspaper, English 111, A.P. English, Journalism I, I HS, Journalism II. n HS: West Virginia Tech, B.A., English, Governors State U .. M.A. English.

Mr. Michael Harper: Drama Club Moderator, Junior Focus. Academic, I-Ionors. English II HS, English 111: Chicago State University, B.A .. University of Saint Francis. M.S.

Br. Patrick Hayes: Chair, Science Dept., Physics, Moderator National Honor Society; B.S., MS.D .

Mr. Patrick Henning: Symphonic Band. Bachelor of Science in Music Education.

Mrs. Judith Hofer: Dean's Office Secretary.

Mr. Michael Hurle. Treasurer.

Br. Paul Ickes, CFC: Athletic Director, Head Volleyball Coach. Theology IV (Peer Ministry), Kairos Adult Leader. lana College, S.A. History. U. of Notre Dame, M.A. History, M.A. Candidate-U. of San Francisco. Catholic School Administration.

Mrs. Mary Beth Jantz: Receptionist. Secretary.

Mrs. Linda Jaros: Art Teacher. Art I. Art I HS, Exploring Art. Illinois State, B.S.

Mr. Michael Johnson: Sophomore Lit and Composition. JV Wrestling. B.A., English.

Mr. Randy Johnson: Theology teacher, Football coach: B.A. (History) NIU.

Mrs. Sandra Jones; Ware: Directory of Technology.

Br. Charles Joyce: Maintence Dept., lana College, B.A., Bradley U, M.A.

Mr. Robert Keeley: Director Sylvan Center: B.A., M.A. Notre Dame; M.A. Chicago State.

Mr. Michael Keyes: Pep Band, 2-U.S. Honors, American Studies. Theology. UIC. Teaching of History.

Mr. Mark Klutcharclf Dean of Students, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football. Algebra IIIITrigonometry, Theology 01'. Elmhurst College, B.S .. Governors State U., M.A.

Mr. Andrew Knoell: St. Gelasius. Freshman Hebrew Scripture. Juniors Morality/ Justices. Quincy U., BA. Catholic Theological Union MD.

Mr. John E. Konecki: Track and Field, Director of Admissions, World History. B.A. Social Science.

Mrs. Dolores Kotheimer: Math Teacher, Alegebra! Geometry, M.A. Loyola.

Mr. Tim Lahart: Substitute, Head Coach Wrestling. BA English.

Mr. Felix A Lazaroff: Algebra ll/Trig, Geometry, Calculus U, Precalc Honors; Math Club. U of Illinois, B.S. M.S.

Mr. Richard Lietz: Freshman/Sophomore Theology, World History: Asst. Varsity Coach Football; Loyola U., BA History.

Mrs. Theresa Liston: Receptionist. Secretary.

MJ'S. Susan Lucheon: AP. Calculus, HS Algebra, HS Pre-calculus, Algebra II, Math Club, Prom Committee. SI. Francis University.

Mrs. Leslie Luxem: German I·IV. U. of Florida, BA, M.A German. Rice U., Ph.D. German: Chess Moderator.

Fr. Leo Lyons: Chaplain; SI. Mary of the Lake Seminary. B.A.

:'>lr. Tim Lyons: Freshman History, Global Studies. Head Varsity Baseball Coach, Head Freshman Football Coach. Elmhurst College. Bachelor of Arts, History.

Ms._ Nancy Malinowski: Library Assistant.

Mr. Edward Maloney: Assistant Principal, Dean of Faculty. State and Local Government. Lewis University, B.A. Political Science. Chicago State University. M Education.

~Irs. Maura Maloney: English IV.

Mr. lick 1arkulin: Biology. Head Varsity Coach Soccer.

Br. Patrick Manin: Chair. Apex Dept., Geometry. Math Team Moderator: M.A. SI. Xavier

MIs. Margaret Mason: Book Store

Mr. Marvin Mathius: Senior Dean of Students; B.S. Exercise Physiology.

~Is. Eve McQueen: Head Coach Scholastic Bowl. Soph. English Comp/Lit. Junior Honors. UJ.C. BA Education. DePaul U., M.A. English.

Mr :'>like Mc hane: Development Director. Northern Illinois U., B.S. Political S ien e.

MIS_ Dorothy Mendes: Alumni Association Secretary, Fox College, A.S. Business.

Mr. Donald Molenda: HS Chemistry, Chemistry, HS Biology, Head Cross Country Coach. Asst. Coach Track: Sf. Xavier U.

Mrs, Joan Motisi: Secretary to the President.

\1r teve Nyc: Economics, Business Law, Varsity Football. Northern Illinois, RA Science, Loyola U., MBA

\lrs Julia O'Brien: Student Teacher, Freshman History, Sociology; St. Xavier t:nl\ rsuy, M. Ed.

. m Christine O'Grady: Athletic Administative Assisam: Soccer Moderato; Director of Transportation

Mrs. Beverly Pacetti: English Instructor English I: B.A. Governors State University

. Ir Wtlltam Pender. Geometry. Algebra I. Algebra III Trigonometry, SI. Xavier U. BA Social cience: Liturgist, Hockey Moderator, Math Team.

IL cwr Petrak: Algebra I, Librarian, Head Coach Bowling; DePaul U., B.S. Math., ~ tate U., M. . Math., M.S. Ed., Library Science. Mrs. Helen Pitula: Spanish n. • IkPauJ U., BA. Chicago State U., M.A.

Mr. Brian Pearson: Theology, University of Notre Dame.

Mr. Chad Prosen: Freshman Baseball, Junior History, Sophomore Religion; Baylor U.

Mr. Pat Richardson: Head Varsity Basketball Coach, Asst. Recruiting, Vietnam War Class: Illinois Benedictine College, B.A.

Mrs. Joan Rickerson: Guidance Dept. Secretary; American Academy of Art. Moraine Valley CC.

Mr. John Rosner: Student Teacher, History.

Mr. Harry Ross: English rv, Speech, Moderator Key Club; Northwestern Missouri State U., B.S. Education, Loyola U., M.Ed.

Mrs. Janet Rzeszuko: French I,IV, AP; Kalamazoo College, BA French, Roosevelt U .. MA French.

Mr. Todd Schultz: Associate Director of Bands; Elmhurst College B.A. of ArtsMusic Ed: Marching Band, Competition Band, Jazz Band

Mrs. Judith Schramm: Finance Office.

Mrs. Jean Searls: English Dept. Chair, English IV, English IV HS, Random Acts Moderator. Chicago State U .. B.S. Education, M.A. English.

Mr. George Sedlacek: Asst. Principal, U. of Illinois, B.S.Chicago State U .. M.S.

Mrs. Catherine Seibt: Interim Assistant Principal; Foreign Language Department Chair, Education supports Committee Chair. Spanish !I, IV. Northern Illinois U .. B.A., SI. Xavier U., Master of Ed; Interactive Deans' Committee.

Ms. Jean Slartery: Development.

Mrs. Mary Smith: School Nurse.

Mr. Christopher Stiglic: Head Golf Coach, Asst. Track Coach, Chess Club, Honors, Academic Biology. Anatomy/Physiology: Augustana College. B.S.

Mr. Gus Sundermeier: Student Activities Director: Algebra I. Geometry. Fishing Club, Assisant Freshman Basketball Coach. S1. Francis, B.A. Education, Loyola U .. B.A. Finance.

Br. John Toole: Chemistry, Moderator: Football. Wrestling, Volleyball, Intramural Basketball, Alumni Dad's; Loyola U. B.S., Eastern Illinois U., M.S., U. of San Francisco,~. Ed. Administration.

Mr. Robert Twardy: Physical Education Chairman; U of Illinois, B.S., Nothern Illinois U .. M.S. Education.

Mrs. Karen Van Assen: Grant Writer/Fundraiser, English IV. Theology; Loras College, BA English Lit., 51. Xavier U., M.A. Education Administration.

Br. Karl Walczak: President; Lewis College, B.A., U of Notre Dame, MA, U. of San Franciso, M.A.

Fr. Mark Waiter: Sophomore Theology; St. Xavier University B.A., U. of SI. Mary of the Lake, M.Div.; Philosophy Club.

Mr. Tom Wazio: Academic Biology; Saint Xavier University, Biology Bachelors:

Assistant Cross Country Coach, Assistant Track Coach

Mr. Kenny Williams: Maintenance Dept .

Mr. Eric Wright: Computer Teacher.

Mr. Edward Zabrocki: Director of Guidance; American Literature III Honors, Saint Mary's College, B.A .. DePaul U., MED .

lanning for your future is a

long and enjoyable process. The courses that students take in high school continue to shape their future.

Many of the courses that Brother Rice offers help students find their interests and dislikes. Many of the computer courses and business courses are always filled because there is a special interest in those occupations.

Building the framework for the future starts right here at Brother Rice. Academics are a major part of life.

With the APEX Program and the Focus Program, Brother Rice is in excellent stead for the present and for the future.

With the transformation of many classrooms, Brother Rice's technology is a perfect example of the twenty-first century.

Shaping the Framework of young minds is what Brother Rice sets its goals to do. With almost fifty percent of the students on the honor roll, Brother Rice reaches its goals every day.

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"English is a means of world-wide commincation. Our language reflects our history, our culture, and our dreams for the future. English is our way of trying to express verbally a true gesture of the heart. "

-Ms. Searls

INSIDE ENGLISH

English proves to be an immense subject to comprehend, let alone master. Every year, students are assigned summer reading to enhance their comprehension skills and are f greeted with a summary test when they return the opening week of school. Such novels include Of Mice and Men, The Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, and Frankenstein.

The core of the English curriculwn at Brother Rice lies in four essential parts: Literature, Vocabulary, Grammar, and Writing. Literature instills values and morals through various stories and aids readers into acquiring a feel for the story from the author's perspective and helps to unveil themes evident in all literary works. Vocabulary expands the student's word usage

I and understanding, while grammar allows the student to polish up on writing tools and style skills such as punctuation, sentence structure, and proper agreement.

Writing proves to be the most arduous and challenging aspect of any English class. While writing may come easier to some than others, the task still requires hard work and revision. "Writing and improving on your writing is invaluable," said Ms. Searls, who teaches academic and honors English IV, "to succeed in college and beyond." "The star list," devised by Ms. Searls and used by various English instructors at Brother

Rice, sets the standard for excellence by providing a comprehensive checklist dedicated to making the reader aware of errors and improving overall clarity. All of the elements leamed in English are essential to optimal performance on standardized tests and essay composition, which is an integral part of the college admission process.

Should the student feel improvement is needed, the Cainkar Computer Center is available to help evaluate a student's paper through the writer's work bench programs.

"Structure and revision are crucial to a student's success in English," said Mrs. Hall, English teacher and yearbook and newspaper moderator.

Students who excel in English may explore the literary field by enrolling in the j ownal ism course. This class offers juniors and seniors the opportunity to compose articles for the school newspaper, The Standard, and enables them to report on world events and local or school related occurrences and maintain publication deadlines. The school yearbook, The Crusader, gives writers the chance to create this historical document from scratch by allowing the students to cooperate as a whole to create a proper format and oversee production of the project from beginning to end.

t Tony Bulat reads "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." ~ Ms. Forbes checks over grades with one of her students.

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"Don't let anyone steal your vision of the study of life. "

INSIDE THEOLOGY

The Theology Department teaches students to "Act Manfully in Christ Jesus." During the four years that a student spends in religion classes, these words become a part of a student's life and guide the Brother Rice student in his academic and personal life. "Religion helps students better understand themselves and their faith," said Mr. Knoell.

Whether it is through the Kairos Program or through the service hours that all students must complete, the Theology Department helps the students learn how to get along with each other. They also learn how to express their faith and to affirm that faith,

The peer ministry classes offer seniors the opportunity to share their Catholic faith with their classmates and to offer Communion during school masses. Br. Ickes and Br. Collins teach the peer ministry classes.

From freshman year through senior year, religion classes instill the values of Edmund Rice in all of its students. Students learn about the diversity and values of all humans through the spiritual leadership of the religion teachers.

t Mr. Dolan speaks to his faith class.

+- A freshman theology class observes the Stations of the Cross.

+- +- Peer minister seniorJonathan Ficaro distributes communion during mass.

"The Foreign Language teachers' goals are multifaceted. First, they introduce theirs students to the sounds, vocabulary, and structure systems of the new language. Then through our extensive range of teaching methodologies, the teachers help students develops their verbal and oral proficiency and provide them with the opportunity to learn about and understand the culture of the target language."

- Mrs. Seibt

NSIDE FOREIGN LANGUAGE

The Foreign Language Department teaches students the beauty and academic challenge of'learning a new language. Students bave a choice of taking Spanish, French or German.

All students take a mandatory two years of a language, but take up to four years if they choose. Language classes are on the academic and honors levels.

By taking a language students are given the opportunity to

how to speak, write, read, and listen to a new world. This them more diverse as they prepare a variety of projects the year, whether the project is a Spanish paper, a Latin nresentanon, or a German project.

By the end of two years, a student knows the basics ofthe !<LI'!',U"15'" they have chosen. At the end of two years, a student is ~xp>ecbed to know the basics of his chosen language and to be able speak and write in this language. If a student chooses to study a laIJgUll!5" for four years, he will have enough background to not y read and write, but also to converse in Spanish, French, or

The Foreign Language Department also provides an excellent opportunity for students to sample customs and beliefs of other nationalities. This is especially shown through the Mardi Gras celebration in February. Students bring in food of their ethnic group and share the food with all of the other language classes, as well as the faculty and staff. The sounds of music from various cultures can be heard along the Foreign Language hallway. Mardi Gras has become a fun celebration for all.

As an additional perk, students are also given the opportunity to earn college credit for their fourth year of taking a language.

In this ever changing world, a second language can and will a long way. The teachers are aware that a good background in second language can help shape the foundation of their students' Students learn the diversity of different ethnic cultures.

t Mrs. Courtney helps Benny Menez with his assignment.

+- Tim Nossem waits for the belJ in his Spanish class. +- +- Ms. Diaz teaches her class during Spirit Week dress down day.

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"Looking into the past will teach you to plan for the future."

INSIDE SOCIAL STUDIES

With the tragic and unforgettable events of September 11 leaving many citizens scratching their heads in anger and astonishment, one must ask how this could have happened. The Social Studies Department attempts to answer this question and others by delving into the past to examine thoroughly the accomplishments and mistakes of ancient civilizations, to analyze the occurrences of today, and to project and prevent some of the possible outcomes of the future.

Students have to complete two required credits of social studies, world and U.S. history. World history focuses more on global events, while U.S. history explains the beginnings of this country and how the United States functions. Once both are completed, students can sign up for a myriad of electives, which include criminal/civil law, business waw, WW II to present, and Vietnam War. With a knowledgeable staff of instructors headed by Mr. Duffy, they present the information in interesting and involving ways to encourage class discussion and presentations of historical films. "Now more than ever, students need to know what is happening in the world they live in and why," said Mr. Duffy, department chairperson.

t Mr. Prosen presents information on the overhead. f- S A student prepares his assignment for class. f- f- Chris Kusperworks on his class assignment.

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"tn today's technological society, an understanding of and appreciation for mathematics is essential. We, as a school and as a department, would be remiss if we did not offer students the most math

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- Mr. Augustyn

INSIDE MATH

Brother Rice has one of the greatest math programs in the city of Chicago. Many students excel in math and participate in the math club.

The math club has done well over the years, and this year was no different. Under the leadership ofBr. Martin and Mr. Lazaroff, the math club won many contests.

With new technologies math is becoming easier by the day.

New systems and programs for calculators that help students with problems make it easier for students in their math quest. They all know, however, they will not always have calculators. They know they have to succeed in math if they want to excel in the real world.

Teachers are always available to help the students if they are needed. Students know it is not easy for the teachers to teach them everything they can, while continuing to make sure each student learns it correctly. Math teachers spend extra time outside of class to insure that their students learn the subject.

Math can be fun too. From Brother Martin taking his students outside for a class to Mr. Augustyn having the students do group work, and Mrs. Lucheon's M & M project, learning becomes fun. These projects enhance the more structured aspects

of math classes.

The Math Department helps students on all levels.

Academic, honor andA.P. calculus insure that Brother Rice students are given every opportunity to excel in math.

With helpful teachers and energetic students, the math program at Brother Rice is at its best. The tradition of the math program will always be about students having the opportunity to build an excellent foundation for the academic and professional endeavors that they will pursue after high school.

t Mrs. Collins enjoys Spirit Week dress down day as she dictates algebraic equations.

~ Casey McComuck and Matt Ryan discuss group work in algebra II.

~ ~ Mrs. Lucheon explains slope intercept form to her class.

"The Science Department at Brother Rice challenges students to solve real

roblems by showing them the intricacies of the world around them. In the past seven years, Brother Rice 'has updated and upgraded its equipment so students are well prepared for a

ossible career in science." - Sr. Hayes

INSIDE SCIENCE

Led by Br. Hayes, Br. Toole, Mr. Molenda, Mr. Stiglic, Mr. Markulin, Mr. Dombkowski, and Mr. Mathius, the Science Department helps students explore the physical realm of the world they live in through hands on experiments, explosive demonstrations, and field trips to various scientific destinations.

Freshmen and sophomores delve into the insides offrogs and intracellular activity. They discuss topics ranging from Darwin's theory of Evolution to mitochondria. Mr. Mathius, Mr. Stiglic, Mr. Dombkowski, and Mr. Markulin engage the young Crusaders in the wondrous biological world using interactive techniques and great technology.

As the young scientists develop into sophomores and juniors, they explore their world with a great map known as the periodic table with their tour guides, Mr. Molenda, Br. Toole, and in A.P. class with Br. Collins. Students also apply their math skills when computing atomic masses and numbers in their chemistry classes.

The Science Department bas the ability to bring everything to full circle. More times than not, you'll find the physics students launching water balloons on the football field, or in the hall ways guiding model cars through the school. By having the latest

equipment they can break up vectors, find velocity, and measure various differences.

Some students, later on in their scientific career, have the opportunity to take anatomy, A.P. Chemistry, or earth science. The students in earth science study the physical world around them, discussing volcanoes and rocks with Mr. Hackett. The A.P. Chemistry students exercise their mental muscle and attempt to receive college credit while in high school. The anatomy students delve into the human body and its functions in the greatest detail.

Through the Science Department's efforts students have the foundation started to what they can accomplish in life. The great technology leaves the scientific world at their fingertips.

f Mr. Wazio explains ATP to his biology class.

+- Alec Block and Pat Flaherty show their lab sample to Mr. Molenda.

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-Dan O'Brien

INSIDE BAND

Music is an extremely demanding course. In addition to playing in the concert band and performing in the marching band, students also perfect their craft academically and musically in the classroom.

Under the instruction of Mr. Schultz and Mr. Henning, students spend a period a day enhancing their craft. Music students take seven or eight classes, often eating their lunches on the run.

This instruction in the classroom sees its culmination in excellence. This award winning band begins practice in the late summer and continues on into the school year, with performances and competitions.

Students from Brother Rice, Mother McCauley, and St. Laurence perform at football games and other school events, including the Christmas Mass concert before the student body. These students team up for competition band, but they specialize in marching. In addition, there is a jazz band, concert band, and symphonic band.

t The Color Guard performs before a game.

+- Band members march at half time of a game. +- +- John Castle plays the tmmpet.

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