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Underclassmen . . . . 78
Young teacher, the subject of schoolgirl fantasy. She
wants him so badly, knows what she wants to be. Also
knows what she wants to get on that next test. Its time
to play kiss-up to the teacher. "Oh oh, Mr. Smith
(hypothetical situation, of course) Can I stay after
school today so you can help me with my physics? I just
don't get it al all! I need so much help." Famous pout
and then "I just can't do it." So at 1 :55, she wanders
into Tal's room, after a quick trip to check her hair and
makeup in a mirror. They sit together for the better part
of an hour, she batting her eyelashes, he trying to get
the finer points of rolling friction through her thick skull.
Study session over, she flicks her long blond hair over
her shoulder and thanks him profusely. He wishes her
luck on the next day's test. Two days later she looks at
her graded paper. The red inked F stares back at her.
Well, I guess its true, sometimes its not so easy to be the
Faculty I ^ ^
Dr. Claryce Evans
Social Studies- Math-Nurse
Faculty 1 1
When our astronauts took that famous "one
small step" on the moon, they were indeed
making a giant leap for mankind. But without
science, no astronaut could walk anywhere.
This is a grim yet joyful thought. It's grim to
think that even an astronaut must wear special
shoes but joyfull to think that science can pro-
vide these shoes, long-wearing shoes, shoes that
fit well, shoes that have a long useful life, shoes
that can do the job! In many ways science is like
a pair of shoes. They trudge through history and
time, marking new and wonderful territory with
each step. Though these shoes have been filled
by many different types of men and women, the
journey has been uninterrupted. And it looks like
that hike that we call science will continue for
years to come. — The Official Dr. Science Big
Book of Science, by Dr. Science with Rodney.
— Mr. Talbot Smith.
Before coming to Duxbury High School, I taught in Lex-
ington and was a guidance counselor in Stoneham and
Wellesley. It is from this backgroundof familiarity with sever-
al other school communities that I would like to share a few
brief observations with you of our community at Duxbury
High School. My first impression of Duxbury was how friend-
ly and relaxed the students and staff were. As I came to
know people better, I began to appreciate the magnitude of
problems some individual students and staff were coping
with daily. Sometimes its not easy to put on a brave front.
When we feel that our world is falling apart around us,
honest, loyal and caring friends are our best resources. As
we mature we face an increasingly complex series of deci-
sions we must make everday. As we, both students and
staff, grapple with these problems, we need the support of
peers and adults who are willing to listen to our questions and
be understanding of our indecisions and fears. If in our haste
to move ahead on our own personal journey we can be more
aware and concerned for those who are traveling beside,
before and behind us, we can each in our own small but
significant way make the roadway smoother for each one of
us. This is my own personal goal for my time in the Duxbury
High School community. — Frank Lord
One night in early December my husband, who has worked in various parts of the
business world for about fifteen years now, asked across the dinner table, "Judi, what is it
that you find so rewarding about teaching?" Marriage is much like teaching. You learn
that sometimes you shouldn't speak off the cuff unless you want to live for a long time
with the comsequences of what you say. And frankly, the rewards change not only with
the changing climate of the workplace but also with my changing as a human being. I'm
not the same person I was when I was twenty-two. It was two days before I had my answer
for Dan. I was sitting in a classroom trying to teach writing when the realization came to
me, much the way a shadow passes over a field of wheat, that it has little to do with
myself as teacher or the kids as students but more with what happens when we sit down
together to share a good piece of writing. At moments like these the real authority on the
classroom is what is on the page. Robert Frost argued in a speech he once gave to the
Amherst College Alumni Council that poems and stories are written not by cunning but
by belief. "The beauty, the something, the little charm of the thing to be, is more felt than
known. There is a common jest, one that always annoys me, on the writers, that they
write the last end first , and then work up to it; that they lay a train toward one sentence
that they think is pretty nice and have all fixed up to set like a trap to close with. No, it
should not be that way at all. No one who has ever come close to the arts has failed to see
the difference between things written that way, with cunning and device, and the kind
that are believed into existence, that begin in something more felt than known." —
Robert Frost The papers we talked about in our classroom that day — George Horesta's
expose of his life as a turkey killer, Darryl Coyne's muted symphony on guitar and family,
Andy Ritch's confession of what it's like to wait in the Angelo's parking lot while his
mother finishes her grocery shopping — had, I think, been believed into existence. Watch-
ing students write papers like these makes teaching worthwhile. Sharing them makes it
magic. — Judi Heitzman
Hail, Hail the gang's all here!
No, no -please don't Mike...
De Do Do Do De Da Da Da is ali I can say after so
many years here. Nothing else would fit. Nothing can
sum up all I feel, all I want to say. I have such a feeling of
newfound freedom. I'm excited to be legal, to be run-
ning my own life. I'll be out in the "real world" soon, to
experience all that life has to offer. But at the same
time, I'm scared to death. What happens next? Where
will I go? What will I do? And most important, will
people like me? Will I make new friends? Will they
measure up to the ones I have now, the ones I may
never see again? Will I ever have as much fun as I've
had here? Only time will tell. I have to be optimistic, I
have to make my future happen, and happen right.
They say high school is the best time of our lives. Let's
prove them wrong, let's make the future even better
than the past four years. Best of luck, Class of 1989.
De Do Do Do De Da Da Da, they're meaningless and all
that's true. Sarah Armour
Wait let me fix my hair." (Sarah Armour)
All dressed up and nowhere to
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Amy Hambleton and Becky Pierce are all smiles.
Senior Candids 29
Sarah A. Borhek Mark Brown
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Sarah Brown Ian Bull
Erinn Kristine Brozman
Cynthia Peter J.
32 Senior Pictures
Bradford A. Carver Christopher
David G. Cass
Joseph M. Chrusz
Stephanie L Clack
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ChllsitlfS A. Cleary Kathleen Ann Connell
Linda M. Clisham
Sarah Jane Collins
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Darryl J. Coyne
John R. Crawford
Laura Diann David
Marie E. Delprete
Caryn E. Demello
Robert N. Dente
Kimberly Ann Dowd
Michael R. Deshaies
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Jeffrey /?. Downin Michael J. Edwards Richard C. Ferson
Stephanie Karrie Ann Ferrell
Julie Dianne Amanda P. Ferry Tracy Elizabeth Fitzpatrick
Senior Pictures 37
Thomas Carl Gallagher
Matthew /?. Gammons Susan Giumetti
38 Senior Pictures
James F. Gregg
William R. Christopher R. Grant
Karen Ann Greene
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Leslie Ann Gurry
Stacy £ Hale
Michael Patrick Haley Jennifer A. Harrington Kelly Ann
40 Senior Pictures
Paul R. Hodgdon
Elodie Sophie Hofmann
Heidi Ann James
Kristen Ann James
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Judy A Jeanmonod
John Paul Joyce
Jennifer E. Johnson
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Erin C. Kennedy
Laura A. Kilroy
Alayna M. Kirchick
Alyssa C. La hey
Michelle J. Laporte
Jennifer L. Laramee
Cindy Z. Koplovsky
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Peter M. Lindquist
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^ Sherrill A. McAloney
P. Robin Mastrovita Heather A. McCarthy
Megan L McCarthy
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Michael M. McDonough Kirstin Joy
Richard L McHugh
Laraine McKinnon McNeil
Nancy £ McLean
46 Senior Pictures
Robert J. Medeiros
John A. Moccaldi Mark A Nappellio
Meridith C. Moore Kendra Alexandra Leann Nathan
Senior Pictures 47
Ronald A Needleman George Carl Olson
David K. Nelson
Kerrie Jeanne O'Toole
Cheryl Ann Newton
48 Senior Pictures
Nathan B. Patenaude Nicole R. Pevzner Thomas A. Pierce
Jennifer D. Petersen Jeannine M. Phillips
Jonathan J. PetrucelH Rebecca W. Pierce Michael J. Powers
Senior Pictures 49
Amy K. Raabe
Glenn Robert Rand
50 Senior Pictures
Benjamin B. Riordon
John V. Santos
Caroline T. Scullin
Peter C. Savage Jr. Karl G. See
Mary K. Sekerak
Deirdre G. Sheehan
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Tract Ann Sheridan
Michelle M. Shimp Denise Standford
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Heather Lea Tenney
Patrick A Alexandra L Swan
Erik C. Svendsen
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Ryan C. Tillson
Robert J. Tripp
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Rosemary J. Tufankjian David B. Vanderbilt Jessica 5.
Scott Robert Wenham
Kate A. Winn
Sharon L Wheeler
Brian T. Wycall
Shelby Lynne Young
Peter F. Wilken Gary N. Williamson
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AH son Zimon
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58 Senior Candids
Just cheek out our senior quotes!
Senior Condids 59
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64 Senior Candids
Heidi & Kristen James
Baby Pictures 65
C. Maria Pannozzo
Mary Kate Sekerak
T.C. Keefe & Mike
Andy Ritch & Nancy
66 Baby Pictures
Robert Adamski — Yo! Maft, Mike, Ant, Rob, Lyle,
Brian, Dave...Whats up. ..3 Bee. ..Matt pull over. ..No
don't leave! Say the alphabet... You fail... Ant, Trig-
ger... #67 thanks M + D
Elizabeth Alongi — Fun times, good memories
rhanks you guys. When you put your mind to it, you
zon get anything you want. Let's cruz-Boink. thanks
V\om and Dad
Liza Altieri — So many faces in and out of my life.
Some will last and some will fade. Life is a series of
nello and goodbyes. I'm afraid it's time to say good-
Dye again. Thank you Mom, Dad, Bill, and Alex. Best
Friends forever Gina. I love you.
Jodi Andrews — S.S.L. Champs Soccer 86# "Goal-
e" Sara, Yogi, Adele, Scott. Let the good times roll!
Thoroughbred Racing 1 # Mom + Dad thanks for
everything I love you both Good-bye DHS
Sarah Armour — Keep out the gloom, let in the sun,
mat's my advice to everyone. It's only once we pass
this way so day by day... Spread a little happiness as
you go by. Sting! !!Chickeybabes vs. Pecks. Swim-
Raine-flipturn! Pourcey Walka. Lata much DHS
Lisa Atkinson — Each time I see the upside-down
man standing in the water, I look at him and laugh,
although I shouldn't oughter. For maybe in another
world another time another town maybe HE is right
side up and I am upside down. "Reflections"-Shel
Alison Austin — "Its the end of the world as we
know it, and I feel fine!" Cindy and Sara let's go to
Hilton Head. Eileen thank you for everything, and
always remember; Loon-our rock, New Year's Eve,
Great Woods, and Marco Island! Good Luck!
Rick Barrett — There are no small parts, only small
Paul Beckman — Tripp climb that ladder. Party after
work Chris. Osborn's Drop off at 2:00. Dave you
won't die. Party Parents went to dinner. Time to get
Steven Bergamesca — I'm really gonna miss the es-
capades throughout the state-The kids, the van, the
fun-and telling Tim where to go!
Kelley Berglund — You can never be too rich or too
Sara Borhek — Cindy, Ali, Eileen, Cally, TC, Les, Cin-
dy, Mike, Lyle, Ant, Dave, Brian, Rob, Matt, Dickie
& Eric — Good Times 89'. Hilton Head-Ah it's the
Huffy Brothers, circles, "let's play suites", INX-
S"ouch my toe", Mike's house, Mr. Dingus, Com-
mons, "Beach in it" let the good times roll, Lata
much DHS. Thanx Mom, Dad & Jeff.
Mark Brown — Yes, there are two paths you can go
by, but in the long run, there's still time to change the
road you're on. ..Led Zepplin "Stairway to Heaven"
Sarah Brown — Friendship is a binding contract you
sign with laughter and break with tears. Nancy,
Brewsk, and Keri, Ber. Florida "87". Boat trips Field
Hockey 3 halfbacks. I'll never forget the good times.
Erinn Brozman — The bad times will fade away be-
cause the good times are forever. Many memories
85-88 Paige, Paige, Nancy, Dickie, Eric, Mike, Amy,
Sarah, Keri. I Iv. Derek. Dweeb Club, Baldy Club,
#25, cookies, Buulinda, 3 man INXS. Thanks Mom,
Dad, Kenly Later DHS.
Erika Bruce — The past is gone, it went by like dusk
Family Ties? — Bill Graham and Alyssa Lahey
Some peoples idea of what WE have is really
kind of funny. They think "Well, when are you
getting married, how many kids?" The truth is we
don't know how the future will go. We just enjoy
what we have now and we'll let the future take
care of itself. People say they really admire us stay-
ing together this long. They say it like it is some-
thing hard to do but for me it is not. Lys is part of
my life, a large part. And I wouldn't have gone
through the past three years any other way. -Bill
Senior Quotes 67
Mike Bruno — Take it slow, but take it. Scuba Dub-
bin anyone? anyone? anyone? Hawaii bound.
Ian Bull— "Get Motivated"
Cindy Caliendo — Take one step out the door, look
around for a whole lot more-INXS.
Pete Capraro — Think of what a better world would
be if everyone had cookies and milk at about 3
o'clock every afternoon and then layed down with a
blanket for a nap.
David Cass — #4 Soccer Captain. Hey Brian, Mike,
Lyle, Ant, Eric, Dick, Rob, Matt... WHAT'S UP.
We're Finally out of here, Eggbert!
Pamela Ceccarelli — Well this is the end of a perfect
day, near the end of a journey too; but it leaves a
thought that is big and strong, with a wish that is kind
Christopher Chamberlain — "Open your eyes and
look within-are you satisfied with the life your livin?
We know where we're goin', we know where we're
from -we're leavin' Babylon, we're goin"' Bob Marley
and the Wailers
Chris Chin — Parents just don't understand. Some-
times you kick, Sometimes you get kicked! Perma-
nent Vacation. You be illin'! Hot Summer Nights,
you're my time of year. No retreat, No surrender.
Only Time Will Tell. #8. Live and Let Live!
Joseph Chrusz — Football #80, Golf, State Champs
III. Early in the morning Triples 3 years. Hey Twitch.
Welcome to the Jungle. INXS. JC; Jon. Northeastern
Bound. Thanxs Mom, Dad, Vic and Erica.
Matt Cincotti — This is Matt, "Harry, Cinco" Cin-
cotti saying " He said: Deck'em". "Don't worry, be
happy ". Soccer and skiing #1. Mom and Dad,
thanks for your love and guidance, Later DHS.
Christine Cleary — The good times and the memo-
ries will last forever. Thanxs Mom and Dad, Cindy. I
love you Ted! I'll never forget you guys! It's been
Michael Clifford — "What you see is what you get"
Linda Clisham — Some day we'll look back on this
and it will all seem funny.
Sarah Collins — Don't walk in front of me; I may not
follow. Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Just
walk beside me; and be my friend! Thanks Mom,
Dad, Martha. Stacy, Paige, Pops and Pete-I love you
all-See ya later.
Melissa Coburn — Best Friends Forever(RENEE)
LATER GUYS. The "T", Boston. Beach Boy Con-
cert "Roy". Prom "88", Mike. What's that thump-
ing noise? Paul. Love + Thankx Mom, SIS, and
Kathleen Connell — "one thing worth having is a
friend who stands the test. And one who has a friend
like this knows friendship at its Best" (Pebbles)
Michael Coogan — If you have to ask you'll never
Andrew Corbett — All human beings are born free
and equal in dignity and rights, "We will not rest until
all people are free, everywhere, and all forms of dis-
crimination have been erased completely. Free Nel-
son Mandela! Ellos dancing con solos. Thanks Mom
+ Dad, Jamie, Lorna, Jeremy and Friends. Biko! Re-
Jason Corn — I have enjoyed my 4 year stay in Dux-
bury High. I would like to thank the Music Depart
ment for making my stay fun.
Lenny & Squiggy — Mike George and Lyle Roberts
Lyle and myself have been friends for many
years,(since the sixth grade to be exact). We have
been teammates in both football and basketball
for four years. Through the years we have been
together pretty much every weekend. We enjoy
partying together and going to other social events.
We have had fun in our school years, and we hope
to stayin touch with each other and remain friends
as we grow up and enter the real world. -Mike
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Keri Costa — I would live all my life in nonchalance
and insouciance were it not for making a living, which
is rather a nuciance...Ogden Nash. The best of
times; Nantucket summers, the "days after", not
hanging around at DHS, and leaving, kinda early.
Thanks to my parents and Kathy Riley for all their
love and support, I couldn't have done it without
you. A special thanks to Mrs. Greene for not forget-
ting who I was during my absence in '88-'89.
Nancy Coyle — Good friends and great memories are
the ones that last. Look ahead to better days and
better ways. Thanx Mom, Dad, Shauna, Dawn + ev-
eryone. Miss ya Keri!
Darryl Coyne — The best 12 years of our lives are
finally over. But fear not children. It's never too late
Heather, Julie, Carla, Steph, Bonnie and Kathy. "In
the Name of Love" U2 rules. Love you Mom + Dad,
Rob + Jim. Lata DHS
Kara Davis — "Jen, what am I gonna do?" Thanks
for everything Mom, Mike, Dad, and Grandma. See
you at UMASS Jen! All my love to Jim,Jen, Steph,
Holly, and Marianne.
Shauna Deleconio — I'll miss Duxbury High. Well
maybe not that much!
James Delorenzo — Hey man, is that Freedom
Rock? Brutha. Arrowroot. My Bacon, Nellykins. Sox
& Celts #1, Dude-Walkin' the dog-Aerosmith-3
times so far... Thanks everyone-'specially Sees!
Chicken Ciao Mein Rob, Ron, etc. & Lata DHS
to change. Pardon me, but now I must fly. I'm outta
here and me too.
John Crawford — So baby dry your eyes, save all the
tears you've cried, that's what dreams are made of -
Beth Crothers — Do with what you can, when you
can, wherever you can -but don't get caught.
Thanks for everything -everyone!
Carolyn Cummings — The girl by the whirlpool's
looking for a new fool, Don't follow leaders or watch
your parking meters, walk on your tiptoes don't tie
no bows, better stay away from those that hang
around the fire hose. Don't want to be a bum you'd
better chew gum. -Subterranean Homesick Blues-
Laurie David — "Finish what you started" Its been a
great 4 years. Best of friends Meg, Heather,
Marie Delprete — Hey you guys and kitties! It's our
last year, and we're outa here! Yes, Softball was a
blast and riding in the Baby Fire engine was a thrill
(yuh)! I'll always remember the good times, Lata
Caryn Demello — You can see that I am not trying to
please you by sweet talk and flattery: no, I am trying
to please God. If I were still trying to please men I
could not be Christ's servant. I have been crusified
with Christ: and I myself no longer live, but Christ lives
in me. And the real life I now have within this body is a
result of my trusting in the son of God, who loved me
and gave himself to me. Galatians 1 ; 10-Galatians
Mike Deshaies — DHS:My search to acquire a brain
like Spock's and a body like Kirk's.
Christine Devaux — Hey chicky babes! Tarik's
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there. I'm not. Do you miss HIM Sandy? Wait 'till
your next B-Day Lys.Lets get a horror movie next
time Sarah, let's go to New York... or Morocco. Au
Mike Dinsmore — "Who am I to blow agasinst the
Keri M.Dowd — I am part of all the people I have
known... we would not survive were it not for our
friends! MSarah & Nancy ( Florida 87':hold on to the
memories but get psyched for the future! thanks
everyone lata D.H.S.
Kimberly A. Dowd — Basketball and Softball captin.
the Baby Fire Engine, How long have I liked Him?
Friends made now are friends forever. Goodluck Kell
and Bri. Thanks-love you mom and dad. "Miles to go
before I sleep."
Jeffery Downin — To Jeff, Ben, and Dave:High
school's more than Soccer, X-C, Track, Ice and Field
hockey, homework, newspaper and yearbook. It's
Stephanie Drollett — J.B, thanx for having sen-
tences for me to finish. I don't know but "the lion
sleeps tonight". If you can't find it Jean, grind it. It's
in our blood! Don't be cruel, baby! Thanx Planet
Julie Dwyer — Each dream in your heart lies within
reach of you just belive in yourself. Gymnsastics! S.S
League Champs! Now it's our turn Heath. Best Bud-
dies, Heather, Laurie, Megan, Heather. Thanks
Mom, Dad and Jade I love you. #6 Kevin, your the
best! I love you.
Michael Edwards — You cant always get what you
want, No you cant always get what you want. But if
you try sometime you'll get what you need!-Rolling
Laverne & Shirley: Stephanie Drollett & Jeannine
As we ponder our years at DHS a question
comes to mind: Why the heck have we been such
good friends for so long? We don't have enough
space here to record three years of our lives. But
we do feel that our friendship means alot more to
us than others. What we do together is no different
from what you and you friends do. In our opinion
friendship is always being there for each other. is. It
is very hard to find a good friend and once you find
one you should hold on to them.-Steffadoodle &
Karrie Ferrell — Beat friends Phil & Karen, Summer of
'88'-The All Nighter, 4th of July, Canada-Munich,
Clamdigging with Tima, Tish, Weena, Rego, Too
Funny the Hyundai motion.
Amanda Ferry — What you give, you keep; What
you keep, you lose. Good Luck! Prom 88'-Chilly
Leann?, Benchbuddies, Wash-n-Go, Marshfield
Fair? Out of gas? Gotta Go? Fridays! Thanks Guys!
Rich Ferson — You don't have to know you station
in life, people will tell you when to get off. Good Luck
everyone. I'm out of here.
Tracy Fitzpatrick — Long you live, high you fly.
Smiles you give, tears you cry. All you touch, all you
see, is all your life will ever be. Love is a friendship that
has caught on fire.
Candace Forsman — "nothing will ever mean tomor-
row what it meant today", too many coincidences,
Are you sisters?, Skor bars, Okemo-watch the tree,
this is goofy.
Benjamin Furmaniak — ...Proms, Pool Party, Python
Skiing, Spaceballs, Bob-mobile, Shrine, Blah, Ayooo,
Honk, Squeeze, Spyder, Ninjun Lugar, M.A.S-
Thomas Gallagher — ...Spain, Beach, Girls and Job-
s(or lack of). Hang in there Andy + Tim. Later, DHS.
The Rearrangers live! Elwood Blues:"lts 1 15 miles..."
Matthew Gammons — "You can check out any
time you like, but you can never leave." Good Luck
Everyone. Thanks Mom, Dad, Greg, and Mark.
Michael George — "..And I said to my reflection,
let's get out of this place."
Ryan Gillis — Sunshine all the way for the rest of our
lives, I'd hate to see you walking out there out in the
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rain. And now that we're outa here Welcome to the
Leslie Gilmore — Bahamas 88, Great Woods, the
4th, "All good things last" "Preserve the memories
they're all thats left you" "The future is but a ques-
Asbjorn Gislason — "I'm Icelandic, what's you ex-
cuse?" Soccer 9. ..Help me with my locker! Are you
sure? OF COURSE!
Susan Giumetti — "Are you two sisters? Too many
memories! Blue Bomber rules! 'Life's been good to
me so far!' Route 3A: McD's! You GOOF! 'I'm as
free as a bird now!' Love ya M + D-Eric, Don
Andy Gavoni— "GOODBYE, DUXBURY HIGH. It
sure was fun while it lasted. Life was made for week-
Erin Griffin — "Rams/ Jason/Burkes/Rappin'
Nikki/Waldo/Gram/Eddie/Kristen and Jon; Thanx
for everything Mom/ Good luck guido & pretzel
Leslie Gurry— "It's Friday! Nerp. BE HAPPY! LIKE
THE LOOK! To the most unforgettable us! Simply
perfect! JEEP. To the best parents & family ILU."
Stacy Hale — "We neither get better or worse as we
grow older, but more like ourselves and that is what
we will cherish most. Thanks Mom, Dad, Robert,
Dana, and all my friends."
Michael Haley — "Bob's peanuts on the checkered
floor and the nuclear war. The Pastafest and the
Pimp mobile. #s 26,67,84,47,and #2. Erin-"l'd hate
to look in to those eyes and see an ounce of pain."
Love you much. Einstein and Henry and Bob sore
Promising Picassos: Greg Jackson and Cindy Ko- Future Olymplians: Jen Harrington and Mike
ends, the rest was made for sleep! Class of '89 will
rule FOREVER. LET'S GO BRUINS!!
Bill Graham — "Remember the joys, successes, and
failures of the past but look to the future; there will
be more of each."
Chris Grant — '"Rents going to CVS tonight? ;'Slap
me some Dave!';'Hey Cheify, what's up?' Julie, Sta-
cey 'Hey Ugly'; Aerosmith '88; THANX MOM-
+ DAD; 'Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop
and look around once in a while you might miss it.'"
Robert Green — "There's a rat in the classroom! Nice
Gargantuan muffles Tim, it's a 42 month battery!!!
Good 4 years. June '89 Celebration Day... Ramble
Karen Greene — "Shut up-already. . .Dam! Les,
Bambi, Marie, Cindy 'The Italian Stallion' Ice cream
forever. THE LOOK. Violent Femmes. I love you
Amy Hambleton — "G-bury-Labor Day Weekend,
Quebec, Summer '88, free country-Bri & Guess
what? Daytona! Skiing, Bri's cottage, prom, beach,
Thanx Mom, Gee Bee + Sissy. Never say Good-
Jonathan Hanlon — "Don't take life too seriously,
always have fun. I love Baseball and Hoop and my
blue bug. I love you Mom and Dad."
Jennifer Harrington — "The only real friends are the
people who like you for how you are inside. #14
capt. soccer and track. Hoop INXS 8/9/88 Erin Hoy
Sure Hubei. Kennedy & Kimbo best friends what's
the moral? Thanks Mom and Dad, Pal Good Luck
Ric I love you."
Justin Healey — "Pot Luck, Bay Farm, Pete's Pit,
were all fun, and I hope to have a better senior
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Kelly Hillary — "CRASH! When the world is running
down, you make the best of what's still around./
summer of '87/ scoopin' at Farfar's/Thanx K, Mrs.
C, Mom + Dad. See ya!
Paul Hodgdon— "To my friends of '89, THANX!
DHS Hockey wil always rule.(# 1 5) Winning isn't ev-
erything, it's the only thing! The cocktail hour is over
& now the party begins. DHS has ben real & fun but
not real fun."
Elodie Hoffman — "Qu'est-ce qui pourrait sauver I'a-
mour; Qu'est-ce qui pourrait sauver I'amour; Et com-
ment retrouver le gout de la vie; Qui pourra rem-
placer le besoin par I'envie; Ou est le souiveux?
Jeffrey F. Hojlo — "#9; 4 yrs. vars. baseball-Bosox-
summertime-the Battlewagon: Does this thing run?
'88 Junior Prom-How do you spell that?-Gameting-
HOOP-crank it up! Pine Knoll-NH-A Little Links?-
The T?PAY?-To all the good times-Adios DHS and
now, on to bigger and better things-Thanks M + D."
Paige Holden — "Some people come into our lives,
make footprints on our hearts and we are never the
same. Thanks to my family + close special friends
especially Sarah, Rose, Alison + Donald. I love you
all! Consider me gone. I'm on the road to find out."
David Hutton — "100 wrestling: This team's got
class/ Ultima Celtics Mets 1 Teach concepts not
technique Bluefish Learn Apply Dissolve Enter the
Dragon-Hello Mr. Braithwait U.S.A.#1"
Heidi Ann James — "I swear to God I'm twenty-one!
The wrenchman. Who has a dirty mind? Good Vibra-
tions-George Michael. Get the mace! Hey Sarah,
let's go see the foliage in Fairfield this summer. Two
lifeguards held prisoner at Friendly's. Overeaticated.
Come on you guys let's not do this anymore."
Kristen James — "Oops! Just call me. ..Plymouth.
But I am 21 ! Party Cruise Jeb, Bob, Brian. Virginia. I
think it's skunked! Top of the World. This has to be
Bud. I'm goin to visit Terri. You're making me ner-
vous. I think we're lost. Thanks Mom. Bye DHS."
Judy Jeanmonod — "To search for perfection is all
very well, but to look for Heaven is to live here in
Jennifer Johnson — "I used to do a little but a little
wouldn't do it, so a little got more and more. I just
keep trying to get a little better, a little better than
before." Big Wen & Big Jen-Blurp-Timmy-Thanx Joel
I love U-Thanx Bud & Trish-I think.
Paul Jordan — High School has had a lot to offer-X-
mas Eve Candier, exploding cars, Rambos, candy,
February 4th, Joanne-I love you.
Jeff Kauffman — I served my sentence, now I'm
free, I'll lock the door and lose the key. Thanks Mom
Theresa Keefe — Cindy, Lez, Meg, Cindy, Sara, Ei-
leen, Ali, Cally, Brian, Dave, Lyle, Ant, Rob, Matt &
Mike! Bahamas '88-Cind, Lez, Meg-How old are
you? Mike's house or mine? Good luck-later guys!
Ricky Keith — The Cape's the way THANKS to
Gramps, Heather & Wayneo, and the Nangle's
Erin Kennedy — Erin and Mick-Thanks for 3 awe-
some years! Love you-Jen-INXS-have some more
Jen, its good! Kim-how do you feel? sick? Soccer- 1
Absoslute rules! Thanks Mom, Dad, Bri, Mark...
Have some fun Kev.
Laura Kilroy — Kilroy was here
Bright Lights: Judy Jeanmonod and Jon Hanlon
What is a senior? Someone who doesn't have
enough time for life. A word to the wise, from the
wise — RELAX. We're always told by adults that
these are the best days of our lives. They won't be
if we don't make them. -Judy Jeanmonod
In 200 years Duxbury Historians will look back
and say,"Wow that Class of 1989 was the great-
est. They won the Dalton Trophy, performed the
best plays, and they were incredibly intelligent. I
really believe this will be said and I hope that every-
one from the Class of 1 989 has a good career and
a wonderful time. -Jon Hanlon
72 Senior Quotes
Alayna Kirchick — Its casual. Hiking Karen, Jen. Vio-
ent Femmes and Ben. Prom "87" awesome. Always
fodd, the B's. Cross Country!! Lazy Nada. The
iweatshirt Candy. Here we go loop de loop. Finally a
unch Beach Boys 6/17. Def Leppard 9/29. Lata
lennifer Knoll — The view from the top is worth the
:limb.Farfar's scooper! St. Thomas! Good luck to
everyone! Thanx Mom & Dad & Eliz & Lori! See ya
Cindy Koplovsky — "Now I see the secret of making
he best persons. It is to grow in the open air and to
2at and sleep with the earth. "-Walt Whitman
Myssa C. Lahey — Don't Despair over the past for it
s gone, but fear the future neither; It is yours for the
Lyle, Brian, Dave, Rob, Matt, and Ant; Good Times
'89! So who's house is available tonight? Hilton Head
'88 -Huffy Brothers! Thanks Mom & Dad!
Chris MacNevin — "For what is your life? It is even a
vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then
Anthony Markella — Yo, Mike, Lyle, Dave, Brian,
Matt, Rob, Bob, What's up? Rock the boat don't tip
the boat over! Who's bringing me home? Mike, nice
boots! These boots are made for walking! Boys, How
are ya? Bob, sack? Thanks Mom & Dad.
Poppyann Mastrovita — I always knew someday
looking back on my tears would make me laugh. But
I never knew looking back on my laughter would
make me cry. Thanks Mom, Dad, Mandy, and all of
The Secret of my Success...: Jon Hanlon and Ali-
Through my 4 years at DHS, I have learned that
in order to be successful one needs motivation.
Whatever job I have or however much money I
make, I will feel successful if I am happy with a
great family. -Jon Hanlon
Like Jon, I feel that I have worked hard through-
out high school and have always tried to do my
best. Becoming a doctor is one of my greatest
dreams. I plan to continue to work hard, and may-
be if I work hard enough I'll reach my goals. -Alison
Michelle LaPorte — Jen, do I look like I care? Smoke
^ings-By Laurie Anderson-"... Well I had a dream and
n it I went to a little town and all the girls in town were
Jennifer L. Laramee — Good memories last forever;'
3 rom '88, Bayberry lane? Wash'n'go like a fish!
3otta Go? Friday 's-sit much? Green Machine-my
iair!' NEVER Forget, but don't live in the past, live for
•he future. Good Luck!
lohn Leclair — Its only the beginning, or is it the end.
We're finally outta here. Later! College Bound, I
Michael Lehman — Play for more than you can af-
ord to lose and you will learn the game. DHS Base-
Cindy Lunt — Sara, Ali, Eileen, T.C., Cats, Les, Mike,
Tim Mazanec — Outlined against a blue grey sky,
the four horsemen rode again, their names: Death,
Pestilence, File, Famine; in reality they are called
homework, teachers, tests, and finals. In May,
school stopped and the Czech left a grind.
Sherrill Anne McAloney — "One thing worth having
is a friend who stands the test. And one who has a
friend like this knows friendship at its best" (Bam-
Kristen McCann — Our time is up! Heather, summer
of '88: "I lost count" Live for the memories!
M.M.A., Plymouth, White Horse Beach! DHS-Lata
much! The best is yet to come...
Heather Ann McCarthy — "We need new dreams
tonight! U2 rules May 7, 1987. Megan, Heather,
Laurie, Julie, Bonnie, Kathy, you guys are awesome!
Senior Quotes 73
Class Acts: Nicole Pevzner and Karl See
I guess my most challanging part was the Artful
Dodger in last years musical production of Oliver. I
can't sing. -Karl See
A voice is heard, unrecognizable as one's own,
but reciting the familiar name with forced assur-
ance. As the eyes turn to the script and that same
voice begins to read from the page, the body re-
members to move. The butterflies disappear, the
voice finds feeling and volume. As the line andthe
directors are forgotton, nothing but the character
being created seems to exist. All to soon, the audi-
tion is over. -Nicole Pevzner
Thanks for everything. I Love you Tom Oct. 20,
1987. Good luck Katie & Flynn!! I luv you! Thanks
Mom bye bye DHS."
Megan L. McCarthy — "I want the best of both
worlds. Friends forever Heather, Heather, Laurie, Ju-
lie, Kristen, Bonnie, Kathy, and Carla, 'but I still
haven't found what I'm looking for' U2 rules! May 7,
1 987. Too funny! Love you Mom, Dad, + Billy. Lata
Mike McDonough — "Believe you and I sing tiny and
wise and could if we had to eat stone and go on. -
Richard Hugo. 'Glen Vig'. The wild man's summer at
MASP as a raving maniac, hoping for a poetical
Richard McHugh — "The best has yet to come."
Laraine McKinnon — "Oh, but how can I speak of
the world rushing by, with a lump in my throat and
tears in my eyes. Sting!, INXS, '89! Sar-spreaad hap-
piness! Everyone-I love you! I love you Mom and Dad-
thank you. Lata much DHS."
Nancy E. McLean — "Friendships that have stood
the test of time, and change are definitely the best.
Sarah + Keri-Florida '87. I'll never forget you two.
I've had the time of my life, but the best is yet to
come! Lata DHS."
Kirstin McLellan — "All my life revolves around
laughter and crying as my life turns round and
Rob Medeiros — "Hey guys, what's up? Where's
Mr. Dingas? Life is like hockey, you're always trying
to shoot and score. No offense, but have another
rule. I served my sentence, now I'm free! What's
next? See ya #12."
Eileen Melvin— New Years Eve 1988 "You've lost
that loving feeling." Sarah and Cind the Huffy Broth-
ers. Me Dingus, thank you very much. Ali thanks for
always being there "You've got a friend." Good
Luck to everyone We'll always remember the laugh-
ter & the smiles.
Jill Mercier — Just call me Bubbles! Hey Guys, let's
cruise. I was taught to work for what you want and
to never give up. Thanks Eddie, I love you. Thanks
Mom and Dad.
Meridith Moore — "A good FRIEND walks in when
the rest of the world walks out".. like a fish, NO GAS!
Man, your house or mine? Night swims, the Hunts',
Fridays... Thanks guys, see ya.
Rob Moriarty — Quiet and Pensive my thoughts ap-
prehensive, the hours drift away leaving my home
and playing the lonehand, my life begins today. —
Rush. Thanks Mom and Dad. CLASS OF 89' LAT-
Kendra Mumford — Wherever you go there you are
to believe your own thought to believe that what is
true for you in your private heart is true for all man
the is genius. She tried to make her story fleat cause
she was riding on a boat.
Kim Nangle — Whats the use of worrying and feeling
blue when days are long keep on smiling through
Spread a little happiness til dreams come true.
Mark Nappellio — "Celebrate Yooth"
Leann Nathan — It was fun while it lasted. TENNI
S. "Isn't that a red light?" THE GREEN MA-
CHINE. 1989-How sweet it is. THanks everyone-l
love you all. We've learned the rules, now let th
74 Senior Quotes
David Nelson — Hey chief y where are you? Con-
grats Class of 89'. I love you Mom and Dad. What's
shakin Jimmy Dean? Later, Ron, Rob & George.
Good luck Trippy. Thanks Paul.
Cheryl Newton — You don't understand us So don't
repermand us — Sting.
George Olson — Life is an open road with no where
to go but forward. 87'-Bojan, 88'-Pirmin, 89'-the
white stuff! As if DHS helped any.Burhe forever, ev-
erywhere else never.
Kerrie O'Toole — Whatever road you choose; I'm
right behind you, win or lose, Forever Young.
Thanks, I love you guys.
Lori Overhiser — Time is flying never to return. Look
with favor upon a bold new beginning. A friend is, as
Most likely to appear on the cover of Vogue and
GQ: Rosemary Tufankjian and Andy Ritch
it were, a second self.
C. Maria Pannozzo — "Some people say I'm a
dreamer, but I'm not the only one, I hope someday
you will join us, & the world will live as one." Italy 88,
Denise discovered Patrick, Beware the E-word Jules!
Hebrew? Thanks^M&D, Ant & Joe, After today,
Consider Me gone.
Heather Paquette — "Don't be too 'Bad'-U2. I love
my friends Kristen, Meg, Heather, Laurie, Julie, Kath-
erine, Carla, and Kristen, forever. Summer of '88
best ever. Wait twist my arm. Heather made a fun-
ny. 'Blue eyed boy miss brown eyed girl.' Thanks
mom & dad. Good luck John. Lata DHS."
Edward Parker — "Teenagers are too old to do the
things kids do, too young to do the things adults do.
So they do the things nobody else does. I want thank
my teachers, friends and especially my parents for all
they've done to help me down the rocky road of
DHS and Proctor."
Jennifer Peterson — "Sooner than you think;
memories of yesterday will last a lifetime-the best of
times; General Public UhUh; Meat is Murder; from
the wound a lovely flower grew from somewhere
deep inside; All is well."
Nicole Pevzner — "Wanted: One small reality in
which to plant my dreams... for I have hopes enough
to make them grow."
Jeannine Phillips — "S.,thanx for finishing my sen-
tences. Does a bear schuss in the woods? Uh-Ch, the
blue house! Cool, Wild, and insane, yeah! I will always
be a rebel. Thanx to Planet Twilo, I survived!"
Becky Pierce — "This is the time to remember for it
will not last forever! Dream on until your dreams
Beauty & Brian: Erinn Brozman and Brian Wycall
come true 'cause if you give up your dreams you die!
I love Mark, Far-Far's, DAYTONA, TOMATO,
Prom '88, I've had the time of my life, keep in touch
Thomas A. Pierce — Blond haired, Blue eyed Pink
Kawasakis in a red pickup truck, "Now that's outta
hand!" Thanx to all those that got me through
school especially Mom & Dad. Lastly I wish my friends
all the love in the world but I wish it mostly for me."
Mike Powers — "Jim, Eric, Gary, Gillis. The good
times, the bad times, we made it. Finally."
Amy Raabe — "Life is a full-contact sport, just make
sure you have padding in the right places! Paige:
Bahiahondas!! Sarah, Keri, Nancy, We've had some
great times. Thanx Mom and Dad."
Glenn Rand — "My quote? ***Well, that's classi-
fied.*** You know -classified-. I could tell you but
then I'd have to kill you. ////Thumbs up."
Senior Quotes 75
Paige Reed — "Amy, Nancy, Christine, Keri and Sar-
ah:Thank you for yoursupport. Remember: You've
got a friend, always. Field Hockey, Cheerleading,
Prom '88, Summer with Ted. I love you Mom, Dad,
Grandma-pa, Munch & Ten. Had fun DHS but 'Ob-
ladi, Oblada, life goes on.'"
Ben Riordon — "You don't need a weatherman to
know which way the wind blows" -Dylan. X-C
Andy Ritch — "Life can only be understood back-
ward, but it must be lived forward. Thanks Mom &
Lyle Roberts— "Hey Bif, Clif, Matt, Rob, Brian,
Dave, What's up? Oh ya, I forgot about three bee
Bob. What's the mane of the game?. .Thumper.
How do you play?. .Matt. Don't leave me hanging.
Later much DHS #21."
Juliann Roper — "A day isn't wasted if a memory is
made." I Iv Steve, Good Times with friends/Kids in
America' f Prom '88, Summer '86, Block Island, INXS-
, 'Forever Young', Thanx EV, m & d, Todd, Cape/Ju-
les'/Let's go to the beach',U2.
John Santos — "Could you open my locker, please?
This is supposed to be secret, but.. is Distributive Edu-
cation on the second floor? Bad luck it's a freshman-
..you know that girl.. Oh! I forget the name.. It's not
my fault there were so many."
Meghan Saunders — "Time goes you say? Ah no!
Alas, Time stays, we go! To live in the hearts of those
I leave behind is to live forever! Bahamas '87 Club
Med! Much later DHS! Thanx M&D."
Peter Savage, Jr. — "Don't Worry, Be Happy!"
Audrey Schindler — "And I wish you all the love in
the world-but most of all-l wish it from myself. Nice
hands! The shmoo! Thanks mom, dad, and my
friends (you know who you are) Best of luck-Wherev-
er you may go."
Cally Scullin — "Cindy, Sara, Ali, Eileen, Beth, Jen,
Karen, Lyle, Mike, Anthony, Brian, Dave-New Years
Eve 1 988 'Dad you're not supposed to be home until
tomorrow' Na,Na,Na,Na,Hey,Hey,Hey, Goodbye.
Thanx Mom, Dad, and Cindy."
Karl See — "Emancipate yourself from mental slav-
ery; none but ourselves can free our minds. -Bob Mar-
ley; We could fly 'cause we all have wings but some
of us don't know why.-INXS."
Mary Sekerak — "Lucky I'm sane after all I've been
through. I can't complain but sometimes I still do,
Life's been good to me so far! We missed you this
year Keri! I love you Mom, Dad, Matt, and John!"
Deirdre Sheehan— "Good Luck Class of '89. Best
of wishes-Hold on to your dreams!! I love you Mom,
Dad, and all my friends-Thanks Mrs. H-Later much
Shawn Sheehan — "Don't ever give up on your
dreams, because one day your dreams will come
true. Excursions in red Toyota Van, -R, Rick, Tim
Maz,Berger. Thanx everyone."
Renee Shepherd — "Thanks Mom and Bill for all your
support and help in everything I've ever done. I love
you both! Melissa, I appreciate you always being
there for me! Thanks for the good times Earl, I love
Traci Sheridan — "As we leave DHS to og our sepa-
rate ways, remembenthe good times start here but
the best is yet to come-Good Luck to the Class
Michelle Shimp — "Denise, Susan, Candy, Fun
Times! ! Swim team :LeagueChamps,' Forever
Young', Watch out for the Mercedes. Luv ya Mom
+ Dad, 'Let the good times roll.'"
Jeff Shumway — "Why linger on yesterday-Tomor-
row comes so much sooner; Live for today."
Shari Silvers — "If you keep your face in the sun-
shine you cannot see the shadows. H.K. thanks to
my friends and family."
Dave Sjostedt — "Here we are, born to be kings,
we're the princes of the universe. Duxbury X-C '85-
'88. 'Gimme the Prize.' 'It's a kind of magic'. 'Who
wants to live forever?' 'I hurdle; therefore, I am.'"
Jay Slattery — "I can't afford not to waste my time
making money. Thanks Mom and Dad."
Denise Stanford — "Sneeze, would you like some
whipped cream? 'The Ramrod' Spike how's Mr. B?
Need any gas Maria? Michelle wanna bet? I luv you
Mom Dad + Heather. Relax!"
Matt Stone — "Each time we changed our environ-
ment, our environment changes our behavior, and
our new behavior demanded a new environment.
The sun, the moon, & the stars would have disap-
peared long ago had they been in reach of predatory
human hands. Keep an open mind."
Pat Striebel — "Big Cind's keg route 53, Nate,Pat-
, Jerry, Marco lots of tap at Pat's especially when wet,
thanx to Jack, Sam, Captain, and our best buddy
Elisa Sugerman — "And it's still true, no matter how
old we are, when you go out into the world it's best to
76 Senior Quotes
hold hands and stick together."
David Sullivan — "...To Chicago, we've got a full
tank of gas; half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and
we're wearing sunglasses. Let's do it. To parents (and
Eric Svendsen — "After serving for 12 years in the
Mass. Education system, I have one question:Why?
For underclassmen, some advice: HA, HA, HA.
We're outta here. Have fun in May and June."
Alexandra Lily Swan — "The Earth is a world; the
world is a ball, a ball in a game, with no rules at all. Cal
and Ken-catch the wave, summer '87."
Heather Lea Tenney — "League Champs Gymnas-
tics! Prom! Disneyworld! Football games #11,1 love
you Tom, May 1 993! Love you Mom, Dad, Nance,
and little guys, Thanx! 'The game is over. ..but the
party is just beginning.'"
Ryan C. Tillson — "Windsurf forever; Swim team,
my jobs, the journeys we took, Thanks everyone."
Robert Tripp — "Duxbury Fire Department is num-
ber 1 . Nice Camaro Paul. Congratulations to us. I
love ya Mom and Dad. And if it is to be — then it is up
Rosemary J. Tufankjian — "How fragile we are..-
Matt Twomey — "Hey Rob, Bob, Mike, Lyle,Ant-
, Brian, Dave, and Scott; What's up? Let's play the
game Thumper. I finally made parole, A.R.C. Let's
go to Mike's house. Cool it Dr. Pepper's here. Later
David Vanderbilt — "Duxbury Cross Country 1986,
'87 and soon to be '88 South Shore League unde-
feated Champs. 'Give us an inch and we'll run three
miles. "It's been cool Reggie!' Thanks M,D, + T."
Jeff Van Tatenhove — "Someday we'll look back at
this and laugh, but for now, the torture is finally
Paul Voloshen— "Football # 1 #64. PASTA FEAST
LOVE Mom & Dad. DARE TO BE GREAT."
Jessica Walsh— "Beach Nights/Days July 3,4. JEB.
The inevitable oops. The Dirthole 7 game point guys.
Pit party. Don't I look 21 ? Red Sox vs. Bruins. Kip.
Who me? When? I think we are lost Broct, Marsh, P-
ly. Lata DHS we're outta here. We're the top of the
Scott Wenham — "Hockey Cap. #23, I came, I
shot, I scored. Thanks DHS and the class of '89 for
giving me the time of my life. Dream to your Dreams
come true, Maureen. Don't worry, Be happy.
Thanks for always being there Mom and Dad."
Sharon Wheeler — "I've got a fast car, I've got a
ticket to anywhere."
Jessica Whiteley — "You could wait for your dreams
to come true but time has no mercy time won't
stand still for you. Thanks Mom, Dad and friends."
Saysha Wiggins — "Steve, only in a Tuesday, never
on a Thursday. Karen thanx for the great realty
signs! Thank you Mom & Candy for everything!"
Peter Wilken — "After 12 years I'm still the same!
Hey Jed let's go fish'n. Pink Pony Pete. Who luvs ya
babe! I'm GREEN, sit on what? Hey you bozo, Sha-
dester, luv ya Kemo,Moe, Jim, Jen, Jeff & the gang.
Thanks MOM & DAD."
Gary Williamson — "Summer 1988! Times were
great till Richard says 'My parents will be home at 8.'
Dick, Mike, Jim, Eric, Ryan, 'We are the champions'
# 1 2 Thanks Mom & Dad, #6 'If it is to be it is up to
/ / /
Kate Winn — "Don't let school get in the way of
your education. Thank you to all of my friends.
Thank you Mom + Dad."
Brian Wycall — "Hey Dave,Lyle, Mike, Matt, An-
t, Rob, Eric + Virgil. Thanks alot. 'What's the name
of the game. .How do you play. ..Matt?? Where's
Dingas? #7 Soccer, Basketball. Love ya Mom +
Shelby Young — "There is the real, and the unreal,
and in between is the door. Jim Morrison will live
Alison Zimon — "Do what you can, with what you
have, where you are."
Senior Quotes 77
Welcome to the Jungle. Come right in and make your-
self at home. DHS is alive with so many different peo-
ple, like the different creatures of the jungle. There are
the superpreps, the snobs, the jocks, the thespians, the
druggies, the musicians, the brains, and everything in
between. We are living in a maze of hallways, lockers,
playing fields, and classrooms. It can be a pretty scary
place, especially for underclassmen. Through the years
every incoming freshman must have expirienced the
"night-before nightmares" about getting lost amid the
endless corridors, getting trampled by endless upper-
classmen feet, and then awakening to a scream of,
"Help! Where am I? How do I get out of here?" Well,
you can't get out, you are stuck for four years of your
life. As to the first question, you know where you are,
you're in the Jungle, baby!
What a smile, Chris!!!
The Class of 1 990 has always
been a class of individuals. This
year we really proved that we are
different. What other class didn't
cheer at the Pep Rally? Although
as Juniors we are beginning to re-
cieve more privileges, there is still
only one thing on our minds-next
year we will be Seniors! (then we
will all have our licenses!) Howev-
er, we first have to "survive" the
pressures of having to do well
academically. Then, we can look
forward to filling out all those ap-
plications. Junior year is full of
many different activities. We be-
gin college searching and SAT
testing. We also host the "main
event of the year": The Prom.
Our lives are filled with school,
sports, and activities. Then junior
year will pass quickley by and the
next thing yOU knOW, we'll be the Jenn and Mo:"Are you kidding?" What are you doing, Nicole?
"high and mighty" SENIORS!!—
Underclassmen 8 1
Lunch is great!
"School is over — FINALLY!"
We like being Sophomores for many obvi-
ous reasons. We sophomores may not be
able to spell as you all learned at the Pep
Rally, but we definitely have the most spirit.
We also like being sophomores because we
are not FROSH anymorelYou may think we
are quite obnoxious, but, hey, we try. Don't
get us wrong, Freshman year isn't that bad
but then again it's not that good. We might
be here for two more years but we sopho-
mores will make the best of it, as always. —
by D, S, and M.
Did you hear?
A Sk &
"jl* (hi jfi
p\ 0% ^
Intent on metal working
"What did you say?'
The gang at lunch
Being a Freshman isn't that easy but it does
have some advantages. One major disadvan-
tage is in Gym, for two reasons. First, you have
last pick of all the activities, so you get stuck
with the leftovers. Then, when it's raining out
you play sports and the teams are usually Ju-
niors and Seniors vs. Sophomores and Fresh-
man. These are a few examples of things that
are not fun. The advantages are allowed to
walk down the hall without someone asking
you if you have a pass. Also you can hang
around older people, and you get a lot of free
time. We also get a lot of other freedoms by
being in the High School! — Tanya Valoshen
Toni Ann Ferretti
Chanda St. Denis
Camera Shy Sophomores
/>• \ Shy Freshmen
If I could I'd slow the whole world down, I'd bring it to
its knees, I'd stop it spinning 'round. But as it is I'm
climbing up an endless wall, no time at all, no time this
time. There just aren't enough hours in the day to do
everything I have to do. These activities are just taking
up too much of my time. It seems like I spend my whole
life in this school, rushing from one meeting to another,
from one room to another, from one job to another. On
the one hand I'm trying to find service hours for NHS,
on the other I'm trying to finish all these lay-outs for
yearbook. Then there are practices, sectionals, audi-
tions, rehearsals.... The list is endless. The highlight of
my day is collapsing on my bed at 10:00 when I finally
make it home. The highlight of my week is finally turn-
ing my brain off on Friday night. Thinking about noth-
ing and just relaxing feels so good after a hectic week.
Then it all starts over again on Monday. But thinking
about it, I wouldn't have it any other way. I wouldn't
slow the whole world down, I'd keep it going at its
furious pace, maybe even speed it up a bit.
"The 1988 Color Guard has been truly
successful this year. They have overcome
such obstacles as Chris Remick, used tux-
edo shirts and the entire drum line. This
year's Guard consists of one eigth-grader,
six freshmen, and two juniors. The seven
senior members are Captain Lisa Atkinson,
representatives Jennifer Petersen and Lar-
aine McKinnon, Jessica Whiteley, Nancy
Coyle, Lori Overhiser, and Linda Clisham-
. Highlights of the season include new uni-
forms, tinsel on the flags and four (out of
5!) stars that they received at the MICA
finals. (Happy Birthday Jen-Jen(AGAIN),
Did the DRUMMERS write that they liked
our uniforms? Tuck your ruffles! Straiten
your bowtie! Should we hit them during the
dance? French Braid! NO hairspray on the
bus. The radio for the 20 minute bus ride.
Lisa IS the condor.) The Color Guard
thanks their advisor Jacqui Nee-Anderson
for a great season. — Laraine McKinnon
Taking it slow and trying to
Lisa Atkinson dances alone
Color Guard out among the Band
The bottle dance -minus the bottles
In the Band Stands
"In four years the band has gone from a some-
what unruly herd to a group of people willing to work
hard for the recognition they deserve. Under the
direction of Richard Madru, the band attended their
first out-of-state competition in 1985, receiving a
bronze medal, and in 1 988 received a four-star (silver
award) rating at the competition in Dudley, MA, at
the MICA Semifinals. They performed their best ever
at the MICA finals in Framingham as well. Now the
band is anticipating their second out-of-state compe-
tition in Montreal. We can expect much from them
in the years to come."
"WHAT are you looking at Jeff?!
Darci toots on her flute
The DHS marching
oncert band had an exellent '88 '89 school
year. With much conserted effort from
each band-member the marching band
season was a huge success. At the Dudley
Mass. competition the band fared well re-
ceiving 5 stars in 2 catagories and an overall
rating of a silver medal under the direction
of band majors Mike Coogan and Gabe
Southard. When time came for the band to
turn in their marching uniforms for seats in
concert band, the band had yet a Holiday
concert, Pops concert and trip to Montreal
to compete As well as the marching
oncert band, the DHS jazz band had a suc-
cessful season also.
Lynne McKeown fluting away The Most Musical of the group
Laura Whitton, what are you looking David Hutton and Stacey Bartlett
"The 1 988-89 DHS Orchestra, under the direc-
tion of James Vinci, performs along with the band at
Christmastime as well as an annual spring concert.
They also perform at graduation and school assem-
blies. This year's co-librarians are Susan Riser and
Pam Ceccarelli. Orchestral officers are: President
Chris MacNevin, VP Chris Chamberlain, Secretary
Kerry Dowling, and Treasurer Stephanie Clack. This
year's senior members include Stephanie Clack, Chris
Chamberlain, Jake Joyce, Ben Riordon, Julie Roper,
Pam Ceccarelli, Carolyn Cummings, and Kate Winn.
Other members include Kerry Dowling, Amanda Ea-
gan, Jennifer Mulcahy, Cheryl Cenedella, Chris Do-
herty, Laura Christo, Adrienne Hynek, Anna Wald-
stein, Kathy Stratton, Erica Putnam, Lucinda Phillips,
and Susan Riser.
'I can't believe I played the wrong note AGAIN!"
"I love Orchestra!"
The Orchestra Orchestrates.
Julie & Stephanie get help from Mr. Vinci.
Choir is a large part of the DHS music de-
partment. Led by Nancy Gordon, it is big-
ger than ever this year, with 44 members
make up the soprano, alto, tenor, and bass
sections. This year's seniors are Rick Bar-
rett, Kelley Berglund, Jason Corn, Candy
Forsman, Bill Graham, Laura Kilroy, Kerrie
O'Toole, Nicole Pevzner, Audrey
Schindler, Deirdre Sheehan, and Saysha
Wiggins. Officers are: President Kerrie
O'Toole, VP Gwin Jacques, Treasurer Kim
Thayer, and Secretary Deirdre Sheehan;
soprano section leader Audrey Schindler,
alto section leader Candy Forsman, and
mens' section leader Rick Barrett. This year
the Choir takes a trip to Washington DC to
participate in a 250-choir festival at the
Washington Monument to benefit the
homeless. — Nicole Pevzner
The Duxbury Show Choir, Charisma, is having an-
other exciting year. Along with the usual Pops and
spring concerts, Charisma performed at the Bay
State Show Choir Festival and will be performed in
Washington D.C. this April. This auditioned group
meets twice a week. Members are: (Sopranos) Kelley
Berglund, Susan DeHart, Jill Erikson, Audrey
Schindler, Missy Schortmann, (Altos) Candy Fors-
man, Nicole Kasimatis, Kim Meyer, Meg Nesbitt,
Kerrie O'Toole, (Baritones) Rick Barrett, Jason Corn,
and Roger LaGreca. The manager is Julie Kilgour and
the director is Mrs. Gordon.
The Show Choir at their best
Seniors Audrey, Rick, Candy, Kel-
ly, Kerri, and Jason.
Mrs. Gordon, a little out of focus.
mm i i
Missy Schortman — all smiles!
Jillian, pay attention!
The String Quartet is a group hired to
play at school functions and events around
the town. This year, advised by Mr. Vinci,
members are Chris MacNevin and Kerry
Dowling, violins, Pam Ceccarelli, viola, and
Darryl Coyne, cello.
The '88-'89 DHS Jazz Band has alot of
new faces. Freshmen include Donald Jean-
monod and Sarah Benjes on alto sax, Rob-
ert Hale on trombone and Dave Walden on
bass. Sophomores are Pat Hojlo on bari
sax, Todd Szymsck on trumpet, Ryan
McMenamy on piano and Chris Hojlo on
drums. The Juniors are Andre Guillemin and
Mike Armour on tenor sax, Brian Hammel
and Jeremy Kurek on trombone, Pete Col-
lins, Jamie Hedberg, and Dave Gallagher on
trumpet and Matt Mulligan on drums. And
the Seniors are Kathy Connell on trom-
bone, Mike Coogan on trumpet, Jen Knoll
on piano, Darryl Coyne on guitar, and Ben
Riordon on bass.
Donald, won't you blow your
Sarah — Andre
The 1988-1989 Dragonflyer, the DHS
newspaper, distributes an edition each
month. Under the advice of Mr. Webster
and editor-in-chief Alison Zimon, the Dra-
gonflyer provides an outlet for student cre-
ativity in writing, interviewing, photogra-
phy, drawing, and reporting. It also acts as
a forum for students to express their con-
cern with the things going on in their com-
munity, and provides as opportunity for
students to voice their own opinion. Senior
members include Paige Holden, Sports Edi-
tor, Laraine McKinnon, Arts Editor, David
Sullivan, News Editor, Karen Greene and
Leslie Gurry, Ads Editors, and Ian Bull and
Erica Bruce, Photo Editors. Other seniors
are Ben Furmaniak, Kirstin McLellan, Eileen
Melvin, Cheryl Newton, Amy Raabe, and
Jeff Shumway. The rest of the staff con-
sists of Shannon Boyd, Connie Bell, Jennifer
Cadogan, Leigh Newman, Jennifer Han-
non, Cheryl Horton, Abby Brothers,
Heather Clancy, Jessica Alabiso, and Kyle
Photo Club is for those rare overachievers
who love the art of photography, (and
need one last thing on their college applica-
tion.) And now some brief highlights of
Photo Club. (for all you people who thought
it was boring)Jeannine "Mad Dog" Phillips
sprained her ankle on a rough landing while
on the Photo Club skydiving expedition.
Her main shoot failed, she used her back up
and she got the whole thing on film. Bravo
Jeannine!! Vince Kraft climbed Mt. Killima-
jaro and fell off a 2000 foot cliff while tak-
ing pictures of native Yak Herders. His
body was never found but his camara was.
You got some terrific shots on the way
down Vince, wherever you are! Liz
???????? took some time off from Photo
Club when she found the Meaning of Life.
Now she spends most of her time in an-
other dimension, always forgetting her ca-
mera. Come on Liz, try harder!! Mrs.
"Conan" Dufore, the Photo Club advisor,
waits for tenure approval after rumours of
B.U. Jello wrestling finals where she won the
title bout against a 400 lb. Soviet exchange
student. What action shots!! Tres bien, tres
bien. — Ian Bull
Smile big and open your eyes! Good Liz!
What's up, Ian and Liz?
The happy family of photogra-
What is so funny, Jeannine?
/ 10 Activities
This year DHS was lucky enough to have among
its many after school activities a great Art Club.
After the success of the large paintings for the
teacher's room which was done last year, the Art
Club has just about doubled its total membership.
Under the able leadership of Ryan McMenamy: Presi-
dent, Laura Christo:Vice President, Jen Gray:Secre-
tary, and Kyle Roberts:Treasurer, they have many
projects to do this year. In their ongoing attempts to
beautify DHS they are repainting the curved hall up-
stairs by the Foreign Language office with a great
painting, which is their first project. Under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Fryermouth, the Art Club is definitely
one of the most active and productive clubs at
DHS.— Kyle Roberts
The epitome of Cindy Koplovsky
Ribbons of Art
Art Club Officers
Activities 1 J J
"The DHS Drama Club is a very active
organization which concentrates on
achieving excellence in the Dramatic Arts.
The Drama Club started the year off with
the Fall Tournament of Plays. In December
the seniors held their production of "Krazy
Camp". Additionally, the Music and Dra-
ma Departments join together to produce
the all-school Musical, which is performed
in February. The last four productions of
the year are the Mass. State Competition
of Plays and the Spring Festival. Within the
Drama Club there is another group who are
members of Thespian Troupe 355, the
Duxbury chapter of the International Thes-
pian Society. Membership is based on a sys-
tem of points earned by working both on
and behind stage. The officers are: Presi-
dent Nicole Pevzner, VP Jeff MacFarlane,
Secretary Sandy Luce, and Treasurer Chris-
Performing Arts Committee
DHS Drama Club
The Frosh Show
/ 12 Activities
Activities / 13
Elodie, John, and Asi: The Exchange Students for 88-89.
The AFS Club had a Sucessful year once again at DHS. This year brought three new AFS
students to our school; John Santos from Portugal, Elodie Hoffmann from Luxenburg, and Asi
Gisliason from Iceland. Together, with the exchange students, the AFS members participated in
many activities throughout the year. There was a hiking trip, a ski trip, a Christmas party, and the
Short Term Exchange to California. The AFS officers this year were President Erika Bruce, Vice
President Stephanie Clack, Secretary Cindy Caliendo, and Treasurer Meghan Saunders. The
advisor of the club was Ms. Cynthia Locke.
/ 14 Activities
Top 10 Hits of 1988
1 . Faith — George Michael
2. Need You Tonight— INXS
3. Got My Mind Set On You —
4. Never Gonna Give You Up —
5. Sweet Child O' Mine — Guns-n-
6. So Emotional — Whitney Hous-
7. Heaven Is A Place On Earth —
8. Could've Been — Tiffany
9. Hands To Heaven — Breathe
10. Roll With It— Steve Winwood
Activities / 15
This year a new program called Teen Leaders has
been established. It involves students interested in
leading and helping to assist other students. Their
activities include academic tutorting, homeroom re-
source aids, new student orientation, project adven-
ture student leaders, community or school service
projects, assistance for students with physical disabil-
ities, September co-curricular activities fair, and small
group discussions. Some students are involved in
more than one activity and have attended leadership
training programs throughout the year.
They need Leaders!!
Are they family, or what?
Help us Teen Leaders!
Some Teen Leaders
Other Teen Leaders
Activities / 17
The Student Advisory Council acts as an in-
between between the student body and the
school committee. The main job of the SAC is
to represent and relate the opinion of the stu-
dents at the school committee meetings. The
SAC helps the school committee stay in touch
with the concerns of the students. This year the
council is headed by senior Pam Cecarelli. Other
members include senior Ben Furmaniac, juniors
Dan Coakley and Susi Dowd, and freshman
Alex Chin. The advisor for the council is Dr.
The Student Council is a group of students that
represent the student body on administrative and
faculty committies such as student handbook
committee and parking lot committee. The council
discusses schoolwide issues such as senior prive-
leges, the athletic policy, college fairs and dances.
They provide services to the school and communi-
ty like helping with food baskets at Thanksgiving.
The projects of the council are the annual blood
drive, dances, and maintaining the school bulletin
board in the main lobby and letter board in front of
the school. The officers are: President-Allison Zi-
mon, Vice President Jennifer Laramee, Treasurer-
Sarah Collins, Recording Secretary-Deidre Shee-
han, and Publicity Secretary-Sean Wenham. Oth-
er members are: Chris Chamberlin, Connie Bell,
Shannon Boyd, Cheryl Horton, Jennifer Stiles, Col-
leen Rafferty, Jessica Stadelman, Nicole Tangney,
Kenly Brozman, Tracey Crowley, Ed Coakley, Bri-
an Herlihy, and Ally Raabe. — Cheryl Horton
The National Honor Society is probably the most
prestigous organization for high school students be-
cause all of the members must exhibit excellence in
scholarship, leadership, service, and character. This
year's officers are: Jon Hanlon as president, Steph-
anie Clack as vice president, Cindy Caliendo as trea-
surer, Ben Furmaniak as publicity secretary, Kendra
Mumford as recording secretary, and Laraine
McKinnon as service hour chairperson.
Each member of the NHS must do 15 hours of
service work during the year to help our community.
We do such things as tutoring other students, help-
ing the elderly, assisting in projects to help the poor,
and doing various jobs to improve our town.
Jon Hanlon, President
* fife A:
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
NHS in action.
Junior Members of NHS
Senior Members of NHS
Seeing my reflection, I'm looking slightly rough ... I
see the one thing you need to win a football game, a
game face. Which means, basically, to become com-
pletely focused on the game, to think it, to smell it, to
look it. If game time rolls around and you don't have it,
you are going to lose the game. It's that important.
You can always tell who has their game face on, who's
really ready to play, it's the person that is quiet, not
joking around, the person with this look in his eye that
says — If you aren't wearing the same color shirt as me,
you aren't going to make it off this field in one piece.
That's the kind of attitude you have to have in a sport
if you are going to survive. Sports are battles and the
"vi team best prepared is going to win.
The 1 988 Boys Soccer Team had another great sea-
son. The Dragons finished their regular season with an
impressive 16-0-2 record. The team went undefeated
and won every game within the South Shore League for
large schools. The Dragon Boys had two non-league
games against very strong teams who lead in their
leagues. They came away from those hard fought
games with respectable ties. And so the Dragons head
to the State Tournament with a strong regular season
and building momentum. Last year's team went all the
way to the Eastern Massachusetts Final where they lost
to an impressive Sachem team from Winchester. Hope-
fully the team this year can recapture the South Sec-
tional Title and go for it all as they aim for the State
Final. Will the 1988 Duxbury boys soccer team be
State Champions this year? Only time will tell. But with
such an abundance of skill and talent spread through-
out the squad some feel it is well within their reach. —
Smile pretty Boys!
When they kick that thing, it
sure can be painful!!
The Statue of Liberty!, or is it
...able to leap tall buildings in a single
This year the Girls Soccer Team finished with a 1 3-
3-3 record. Led by Coach Pat Shea and tri-captains
Erinn Brozman, Jen Harrington and Megan Saunders
the girls made it to the second round of tournament
by beating Dedham 4-2. This is the first time since
the state champion team that the girls have made it
that far. In the second round the girls fought a tough
battle against the South Shore Champions Rockland
losing 2-1 after 4 overtimes. Making the All-Star
Team were Erinn Brozman, Jen Harrington, Danielle
Rosalia, and Carla McFarland. The team will be losing
seven seniors but look forward to a successful season
with captains Danielle Rosalia, Carla McFarland, and
For Senior Tri-Captains Ben Riordon, Glenn Rand,
& Dave Sjostedt and Senior Lettermen Dave Vander-
bilt, Brad Carver, and Dave Sullivan the season was
another very successful one. Often the seniors would
record shutouts as Ben & Glenn would finish 1 -2 and
close behind them would be "Dave & Dave" 3-4
before any alien team member got to the finish line.
When their 4 year running career is considered as a
unit they probably have had more team success than
any 4 year period in the history of the sport at DHS:-4
losses in 4 years, 3 League Championships, 2 South
Shore Principal's Championships, 1 Division III run-
nerup spot and 2 State Meet qualifying teams. No
one else in their league comes close to that accom-
plishment. Nice work boys. Good Luck to the tough
U.C. who supported us.
"We have HANDS too!"
"Shoes on their hands"
Ben strikes a casual pose
And ..they're off!!
The Green Team
This year's Girl's Cross Country team
had a great season. Under coach Mark
Dunn and co-captains Ali Austin and Ken-
dra Mumford, the team-Stephanie Clack,
Carolyn Cummings, Marie Delprete, Leslie
Gilmore, Alexandra Swan, Lynn William-
son, Kelly Canney, Jessica Cadogan,
Adrien Hynek, Jessica Staddleman, Toni-
Anne Ferretti, and Kim Lehman-completed
the year with a great record. They all faced
tough competition this year especially from
a new member of the League, Dennis- Yar-
mouth. Against them, though, Duxbury
ran their best race ever. The team was very
sucessful and made it to the Divisional
Only one more lap..
Ready for the kiclcline?
Did anybody hear what he said?
Senior Captain Kendra and Lynn run
Sittin' on the sidelines.
"Uh Oh-gotta get that
Our opponent's faces turn ugly when they
see DHS coming!
"Its OK Meridith, its just a pic-
'My foot is stuck!!"
DHS Field Hockey Team — On the
The Girl's Varsity Field Hockey Team had a great
season this year finishing second in the South Shore
League with a record of 10-3-2, and an overall record
of 1 3-3-2. The team suffered one very hard defeat
against Sandwich in that they were not able to clinch
the S.S.L. title, losing to the Blue Knights in the last 30
seconds of the game. However, the Dragons did prove
to be the better and stronger team against last year's
defending State Champions, Dennis-Yarmouth, by
beating them 1-0. The team was lead by it's captains,
Christine Cleary and Sarah Brown, who provided the
team with a lot of encouragement. Sarah Brown was
nominated for the Globe All-Scholastic Team. Coach
Saggese had a great year. He clinched his 100th field
hockey victory and his Green Dragons qualified for their
15th straight Eastern Mass Tournament. The seniors
on this year's team were: Sarah Brown, Christine
Cleary, Keri Dowd, Stacy Hale, Paige Holden, Jennifer
Laramee, Joyce Under, Poppyann Mastrovita, Nancy
McLean, Meridith Moore, Amy Raabe, Paige Reed,
Cally Scullin and Alison Zimon. — Meridith Moore
orts J 33
1 988 was the second year for
the Girl's Swim Team at DHS
and it was their second unde-
feated swim season. Under the
coaching of Paul Miles and the
leadership of tri-captains Mi-
chelle Shimp, Rosemary Tu-
fankjian, and Amanda Ferry.
The team went 1 1-0-0 and
won their league. Qualifying
for States were Tracy Shea,
Lauren Conway, Rini Edmunds
and Susan Deloid. The team
looks promising in future years
with 2 1 of the 24 members re-
turning. The Diving Team con-
sisted of four sophomores.
They were led by Jessica
McCluskey, the first female
diver from DHS to ever qualify
for the State meet. Kelly Dowd
also qualified for the South Sec-
Pull, Catherine, Pull!!
In 1988, the Duxbury High School Football team
captured it's second ever South Shore League
Championship. The team was led by Captains Mike
George, Lyle Roberts and Jake Joyce. Coach Don
Dellorco felt the high point of the season was when
Duxbury played the Scituate Sailors for the South
Shore League Championship. The running back trio
of Mike Haley, Mike George, and Lyle Roberts all
rushed for over 500 yards. Quarterback Gary Wil-
liamson and flanker Anthony Markella kept the op-
posing defense on it's toes with their air assault. The
Thanksgiving Day game against Marshfield will be
very exciting. The Dragons will try to raise their re-
cord to 8-2. If the Dragons win, it will be the third time
in the history of Duxbury Football that the football
team has won 8 games. This year's football team
brought us an exciting season and a League Title.
Thanks to all the Football team for making this possi-
"Which way do we go?"
Well equiped football team
Ballet in cleats?
^BUBY ^/ ^
What ever happened to smiling
for a picture?
"Wait— WHERE'S the party t<
This year, with spirit and smiles, the Fall Cheer-
leaders cheered for the Varsity Football and Boy's
Varsity Soccer Team. Not only did they cheer, they
also decorated the stands and locker rooms before
the big games, and delivered surprises to the senior
football and soccer players the day before these
games. The squad was coached by Ruthanne Henri-
ques and Bette Greene and consisted of seniors:
Shari Silvers (Captain), Deirdre Sheehan (Co-Cap-
tain), Kelley Berglund, Julie Dwyer and Laurie David;
juniors: Cheryl Cenedella, Amanda Eagan, Katherine
Hill and Danielle Dobecki; sophomores: Kerri O'Con-
nell, Michaela Macdonald and Sheryl Thomas; and
freshman: Megan Lawless.
"Somewhere over the rainbow"
"Let's get a little bit Rowdy R O W D Y!!"
"Don't we look purty?!"
It's raining cheerleaders
Several returning members, along with first
year people, helped to make the Winter Cheer-
leading squad something to cheer about. Cheer-
leading, under the coaching of Mrs. Ruthanne
Henriques, assisted by Mrs. Bette Green, has
become a varsity level sport, providing fellow
students with spirit and enthusiasm. The cheer-
leaders, who can be seen on the sidelines of the
league leading basketball and hockey teams,
actually work as hard as the teams do. They
practice on weekends, days without games,
and even long before the season begins. There
are physical and emotional demands on the
squad as they travel to games and cheerleading
competitions. Co-captains were senior Amy
Raabe and junior Danielle Dobecki.
Warning: Do not attempt this at home.
The Cheering Squad
Supporting the team.
The captains — Amy and Danielle!
Boys' Swim Team
This year the boys' swim team was led by coach Paul
Miles and senior captains Jim Gregg and Ryan Tillson
who led the team to a season of "winning the battle but
losing the war." The boys had many strong swimmers
but they didn't have enough depth to win. This year
they had many new kids who improved greatly with a
lot of hard work. Swimming for the Dragons were sen-
iors Jim Gregg, Ryan Tillson, and Adam Lefavre, juniors
Brian Hammel, John Grandy, Andy Putnam, Brian
MacKenzie, and diver Matt Allaire. New to the team as
freshman were Chris Andrews, Abner Harris, Andrew
Hedberg, and Jeff Seagar.
With the boys' hard work and enthusiasm they are
looking forward to South Sectionals and States. Al-
ready qualifying are Jim Gregg, Ryan Tillson, and John
Who drained all the water?
Don't swallow all that water
Diving for pennies
Wonderboy Jim Gregg!
Andy, John, Ryan, and Brian discuss the race.
Last year the Boys' Basketball Team was
3 points away from playing in the Boston
Garden, but they were beaten in overtime
by Milton for the South Sectional Finals.
This year the Boston Globe has chosen the
Dragons as number one in the state in Divi-
sion 2 and thus they have fared the best of
games from opposing teams. The 6'9" Ju-
nior Bill Curley has led the team with his
incredible offense, defense, and rebound-
ing; and he has performed to his peak abili-
ty despite all of the publicity and college
recruiting. Although Curley is the top man
in Massachusetts, the success of the team
would not be if it weren't for the contribu-
tions of the other players. Senior captains
Brian Wycall and Jon Hanlon and junior
captain Bill Curley led the Dragons with
their spirit and agressiveness, while the of-
fense and defense was nearly perfected by
the other seniors — Lyle Roberts, Gary Wil-
liamson, Mike George, Dick Bayramshian,
Ryan Gillis, and Glenn Rand, juniors — Chris
Keller, Scott MacQuarrie, Nate Thorn, and
freshman — Brian Roundtree all did great
jobs in every aspect of the game to help the
Dragons win. Hopefully the team will make
Sports 1 45
The Duxbury High School Girls' Basketball Team
had something to prove this year. Last year the team
finished the season with a disappointing record of 6-
1 2 and were looking to turn things around. This year
the Lady Dragons, captained by Kim Dowd and Brit-
tiany Leary, had much more playing experience and
enough talent that they were competitive through-
out the league.
There were seven returning players: guards Tara
Pepin and Kim Dowd, forwards Brittiany Leary, Jen
Harrington, Alison Zimon and Jen Needham, and
center Kim Lelakes. There were also some new
faces: Joyce Linder, Shannon Boyd, Carla MacFar-
lane, Sue Milewski, and Jackie Wait.
The team did lack height but they made up for it
by being more of a running and pressing type team. It
was a tough league with many strong teams but
overall, the Duxbury Dragons had a pretty successful
Here, you take it!
Walking on air
1 46 Sports
The DHS wrestling team has had a great season.
The captains of the team were seniors Nathan Pa-
tenaude, George Horesta, and Peter Capraro. The
members of the varsity team were Mark Brown, Tim
Caglarcan, Dan Dewolf, Dave Hutton, Greg Jack-
son, Jeff McNeil, Mark Napellio, Andy Govoni, Joe
Dilapi, Antonio Andrews, John Nicols, Derek Gage,
Geoff Lister, and John Hannon. At the Holiday Tour-
nament the team finished second out of 20 teams.
George Horesta, Pete Capraro, and Mark Brown
were 4th place finishers, Mark Napellio was a 3rd
place finisher, John Nicols was a 2nd place finisher,
and the champions were Antonio Andrews and Na-
Don't fall asleep, George.
Meet the Team.
Coach Bell encourages the team.
Is it my leg or your leg?
Sports 1 47
n Cressmon controls the puck.
Make my day
atch me get out of this one.
As everybody knows Hockey is easily the most excit-
ing sport going. Hockey has it all. What other sport has
the speed, hard hitting, blistering slapshots, and the
finesse that hockey does. The 1989 hockey team has
all that and the winning touch. They got off to a great
start, by January 2 1 , they were 1 1-1-2 and had quali-
fied for the tournament and hoped to achieve the state
championship title in which they came so close to in
1988, losing to Matignon 9-5. The defensive is very
strong with captain Scott Wenham and brother Sean.
Another defensive pair is senior Paul Hodgdon and ju-
nior Friend Weiler. Up front the offense is led by assis-
tant captain Rob Medeiros, junior Jon Cressman, senior
Matt Twomey, and junior Dave Tower with support
from many underclassmen. With strong goal tending
from Jeremy Starr and Collin Heward the team looks
forward to continued success. If everybody stays
healthy the sky is the limit for this young team.
Next time, stay out of my way.
I don't know where you go. Do you climb into space?
To the world where you live, the world where you live.
What is the world where you live, anyway? Is it just the
streets, the houses, the trees? Or is it more than that.
The World where I live is filled with images, images of
friendly faces on the beach and the tree at Hall's Cor-
ner lit up at Christmastime. When I think of my world I
think of the School complex: the high school, the mid-
dle school, Alden, the library, and the pool. I think of the
basement of the library and the tables where bunches
of friends would talk instead of doing homework. I think
of North Hill where we used to take the innertubes and
go sledding. Duxbury is not only beach and colonial
houses. Duxbury is a feeling, a feeling of home and
warmth and kindness. The world where I live is not
always flawless. I remember the dread that came over
every one of us each time Dr. Hill came on over the
loudspeaker. "Whose dead this time?" I would think,
and pray that it wasn't one of my friends. All this is the
world where we live, the good and the bad will be re-
membered forever as us, as our lives, as our world.
■ ' • f -A ■» • '■ ■
The air was cold, but the sun made my skin
warm. As the morning moved on, it proved to be a
perfect winter's day to go to the beach. As I
walked over the bridge I noticed the current flow-
ing swifly thru the piles. The seagulls were crying
which meant fish must be running. The parking lot
was packed with cars, but two kids managed to be
skateboarding around doing tricks with their
boards. As I looked down the long stretch of beach
I noticed a jeep off in the distance moving like a
snail it appears to be stuck. I can see people get
out of the car and push on the tailgate, but noth-
ing happens. Suddenly, after several tries the car
moves -it's free and continues on it's way. Now
out of sight, I look toward the other end of the
beach a woman who is bundled up in many layers
throws a stick into the ocean which her dog does
not go to retrieve. A startling roar draws my atten-
tion to the shoreline where the waves are now
beginning to crash. In the spray of the waves rain-
bows appear, through them I can see a tanker
which is moving in the utmost slowness. My hands
are frigid and my nose is starting to run, I resentless-
ly turn away from the beach and start my tedious
— Juliann Roper
Stop No Vehicles
Sunny Days. ..Chasing the clouds away....
J 52 Community
About 50% of DHS students have part-time
jobs. Among the places where students work are
Far-Fars, McDonalds, Angelos, A & P, and the
Yacht Club. It seems like not too many students
like the town. When asked where their favorite
place around town was, the most popular answer
was-The Beach. The second most popular answer
was "anywhere out of this town". Other places
included Hall's Corner, the graveyard, and the exit
ramp to Boston. Some students are involved in
out-of-school activities such as CYO, karate, and
horseback riding. Other students enjoy sleeping,
being a punk, and boy watching. One student
even replied, "I have no friends, no interests, and
I'm running out of money."
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Lori Overhiser and Jen Knoll have been teaching
Sunday School at Pilgrim Church for about 4
years. The director of Christian Education at their
church got them interested in teaching their own
class. Lori and Jen teach the class for an hour and
a half every Sunday. In the class, they mostly read
Bible Stories and play games. Jen and Lori are in-
volved in other activities also. Jen is in the Jazz
Band and Lori does Flag Squad. Both of them like
out-of-school activities as well as in-school activi-
ties and both of them have part time jobs. Lori
hopes to go to Bryant College and to major in
business. Jen wants to go to Darmouth and to be a
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When we first climbed up the high steps of the huge yellow bus she was
naturally apprehensive. She reached the top step and quickly looked back at
the secure and familiar surroundings she was leaving. Wide eyed she looked
down the seemingly mile long isle of the bus and an understandable look of
concern spread across her face. Upon arriving at school she forgot the new
clothes she was so proud of and took a long wondering look at a world that
would influence her for the rest of her life. Your job as educators had begun.
You have done your job well. She came to you as a flower in the spring and you
have given her much of the sunshine and nourishment that has helped her
grow. During her stormy times you have been a lighthouse and safe harbor,
and have given her much of the strength and wisdom she will need to compete
in our global community. She can stand along with the best, and will never be
cold in anyone's shadow
Your skills have taught her to believe in things she can not see, guaranteed
her a slice of the moon, and taught her that change can be as beautiful as the
four seasons. Your care, understanding, and dedication has left a splash of
sunlight on her hair. Because of your help she is as strong as a mountain in the
wind and as gentle as a fawn in the field. She is quick to smile and not
ashamed of her tears. Like her sister before her you have taught her that
compassion and understanding can bring peace of mind. You have led by
example and shown her that the structure and system so important to our
society can work for us all. You have truly left her far better than you found
her. You should be proud of your part in a joint effort. Who is she? One of
hundreds of Duxbury students whom will someday look back and say "I am
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CHRIS MACNEVIN -Congratulations, Chris -With love and pride from Mom & Dad
SHERRI MCALONEY -Congratulations from your proud family. Mom, Dad, Doug & P. P. P.
LARAINE MCKINNON -Love and Congratulations, Laraine. Mom & Dad
NANCY MCLEAN -Congratulation! Be happy! Love Mom, Dad & Jeff
KIRSTIN J. MCLELLAN -We wish you the best always! Love Mom & Dad
STEVEN MEALLO -Congratulations, Steve. We love you. Mom & Dad
JILL MERCIER -Congratulations, Jill. We love you. Mom & Dad
MEREDITH MOORE -A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives you roses.
ROB MORIARTY -Congratulations, Rob. Love Mom, Dad & Keelin
RONALD B. NEEDLEMAN, JR. -The family is pleased and proud of you.
CHERYL A. NEWTON -Congratulations, cheryl! We are proud of you. Love Mom & Dad
LORI OVERHISER -Congratulations, Lori -You're special. Love Mom & Dad
TOM PIERCE -We're sure proud of you, Tom. Love Mom, Dad & Amy
JOAD (JOHN) SANTOS -It's been a wonderful year. Good Luck! Love Mom & Dad
MEGHAN SAUNDERS -You have been a joy, Meg. Love Mom & Dad
PETER C. SAVAGE -We're proud of you, Peter. Love Mom, dad & Jenn
KATE SEKERAK -Congratulations, Kate. We're proud of you. Love Mom & Dad
RENEE SHEPHERD -We love you and are so proud! Mom, Bill and Gregg
SHARI SILVERS -Share, I'm so proud of you. Love Mom
JAY SLATTERY -Congratulations "Superkawaki" -We are very proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad, Greg £
PAUL VOLOSHEN -Polar Bear -Tackle the world with the same ZEST and LOVE you have for football. Lov<
Mom, Dad, Tanya, Barbi & Gigi
SCOTT WENHAM -Scott, thanks for the memories and making us so proud. Love Mom & Dad
GARY WILLIAMSON -Congratulations, Gary. We are proud of you! Mom & Dad
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1989 -Gene & JoAnn Grant
TYSON J. ANDERSON -Love Ya Tys. -Mom & Dad
JODI ANDREWS -Congratulations, Jodi. I'm so proud of you. I love you. -Mom
LISA ATKINSON -Congratulations, Lisa. We're all so proud. Love Mom, Dad, Michelle, Debbie, & Andrea
ALISON AUSTIN -We are proud of you, Ali. -Love Mom & Dad
RICHARD J. BAYROMSHIAN, JR. -Thanks, Dick, for bringing so much joy to our lives. Love Mom & Dad
SARA BORHEK -Congratulations, Sara! We love you. Mom & Dad
MIKE BRUNO -Success and Happiness. Love Mom & Dad
CYNTHIA ANN CALIENDO -Congratulations, Cindy! Love ya! Dad, Mom, Glenna & Phillip
PAUL CANTY -Much happiness & success in your future endeavors. We're proud of you, P.J. Love Mom &
PAM CECCARELLI -Wishing you a happy, fulfilling future. Mom & Dad
JOE CHRUSZ -Way to Go Joe. Be proud of yourself. Love, Mom and Dad.
MATT CINCOTTI -We are proud of you, Matt. -Love Mom, Dad & Jay
CHRISTINE CLEARY -We're very proud of you and love you a whole bunch! Love Mom & Dad
SARAH COLLINS -We are proud of you, Sarah. Love Mom & Dad
JASON CORN -Success in the future, Jason. Love, Mom & Dad
BETH CROTHERS -Congratulations, Beth. Love Mom and Dad
KARA DAVIS -Congratulations , Kara! We love you. Mom & Mike
MIKE DESHAIES -Congratulations, Mike. Love Mom, Dad and Patty
KERI DOWD -Good job Keri; we love you. Mom & Dad
KIMBERLY DOWD -To Kim & her friends -we are proud. Love Mom & Dad
CANDACE FORSMAN -Congratulations, Candy. Love you. Mom & Dad
THOMAS C. GALLAGHER -Well done, Tom! Dad & Joaquina
LESLIE GILMORE -Congratulations Class of 89 -Barbara Gilmore
SUSAN GIUMETTI -Congratulations, Susan. Love -Mom, Dad, Don & Eric
WILLIAM R. GRAHAM, JR. -Shoot for the stars, Bill. -Love Mum, Dad & Jeanie
JAMES GREGG -Our love and congratulations, Jimmy. -Mom & Dad
LESLIE GURRY -The best of everything to Leslie. Much love, Mom, Dad, Amy, Beth, & Bill
STACY HALE -Pride for the past -love forever -the best for the future. Mom, Dad, Robert, Dana & Hoover
AMY HAMBLETON -Congratulations Class of '89 -The Hambletons
JENNIFER HARRINGTON -Jen, we are proud of you. Love Mom, Dad and Eric
MEG HILL -We are proud of you, meg. Love Mom & Charlie
JEFFREY HOJLO -congratulations Class of '89 -The Hojlo Family
GEORGE HORESTA -We're proud of you, George! Love Mom, Dad & Jen
DAVID HUTTON -Congratulations, Dave. Great job. Love Mom and Dad
HEIDI & KRISTEN JAMES -I'm so proud of you Heidi and Kris. I love you. Mom
ALYSSA LAHEY -Congratulations, Lys. Thanks for Being You! Love, Mom & Dad
MICHELLE J. LAPORTE -Congratulations, Michelle. We're proud of you! Love Mom, Dad, Donnie, Shawn
JENNIFER LARAMEE -Our own super-star. We love you and we're proud of you. Love Mom, Dad, Jason &
JEFFREY MACFARLANE -We are proud of you, Jeffrey. Love Mom & Dad
Duxbury High School, it's students, faculty, and administration are
proud to dedicate this yearbook to the memory of William P. Ellison
(1905-1988). We were all deeply saddened by his untimely death and
give our sincere condolences to his wife, Marianne, and his family. Much
has been written about Mr. Ellison since his death. Such writings have
properly catalouged his many accomplishments as a successful business-
man, Harvard athlete and most importantly as a humanitarian and
philanthropist of unusual proportions. He and his family gave much to
the Town of Duxbury and its inhabitants-in fact, our high school is
located on land donated to the town by the Ellison family. He extended
a helping hand to many people in need without expecting or wanting
any recognition of his generosity. Mr. Ellison often spoke of how impor-
tant friendship was to him and his friends put a high value on his friend-
ship. He seemed to live life on a level not often found, yet it was simple
and sincere. He was loved by many. We hope that this dedication will in
some small way preserve the memory of a man who was a legend during
his life. — Jon Hanlon
Jeff Zoltowski was special to many of us. Al-
ways a smile on his face, he represented much
more than just a disabled person. Jeff had a
sparkling personality. He always made the best
out of any situation-even through his frustra-
tions. His dedication to the school was evident
to us all. He was an unforgettable student, peer
and friend. He died in the spring of '87 due to
muscular distrophy. We will miss him with all our
hearts. — Laraine McKinnon
Jeff was a very remarkable person and we
continue to miss him greatly. Jeff loved Duxbury
and had a great respect for school. He loved
sports and especially his beloved football team.
He had incredible character and strength and
was truly an inspiration. His great sense of hu-
mor got us over a lot of humps. — Mrs. Emily
Forever Young 1989
This years' Gymnastics team is having a hard
time trying to live up to the expectations set by last
years' team. After winning the League Champion-
ship last year everyone expected Duxbury to do it
again. However, this is not the same team as last
year. Mot only did the three seniors graduate but we
also gained several new talented freshmen. This
years' team is fighting back from a disappointing
beginning of the season. The team lost two valued
members early on, senior captain Julie Dwyer had a
knee injury and senior Jennifer Laramee got mono.
Senior Heather Tenney is leading the team back
after these setbacks. The team consists of fresh-
men: Shayna Ford, Ann Cobak, Lori Coggeshall,
Amy Brault, Debbie Farrell, Jen Taylor, and Melissa
Mulligan, sophomores: Kelly Dowd, Laura Whitten,
Kathryn Talanian, Jenny Katz, and Anna Waldstein,
juniors: Amy Ferson and Jenn Hannon, and seniors:
Jessica Walsh, Jennifer Laramee, Lisa Atkinson,
and Captains Julie Dwyer and Heather Tenney.
'Look I'm a bird!'
This year the Boys Golf team included Steve Bergamesca,
Dave Cass, Joe Crusz, Matt Gammons, Chris Grant, Ricky
Keith, John Leclair, Steve Meallo, Ron Meedleman. The Boys
team tied for League Champs and were led by captains Steve
Bergamesca, Matt Gammons, and Steve Meallo. The Girls
Golf team included captains Stacy Hale and Poppyann Mas-
trovita, and other team members: Sheryl Thomas, Amy Cur-
tin, Andrea Daley, Emily Duff, Nicole Dupuy, Shannon Hall,
Tara Joy, and Kristen Nangle. Both teams were coached by
Mr. Robert Hayes who is retiring this year after many years of
teaching and coaching.
Golfers from the back
DHS Boys Golf Team
The Girls Varsity Tennis Team had an outstanding season,
being South Shore League Champs for the third year in a row,
with a 20 record, and also being finalists in the South Sec-
tionals. The team was coached by Mrs. Faith Heneghan,
coach of the year, and was led by captains Leann Nathan and
Keri Dowd. Tara Pepin played first singles for the third year,
followed by Danielle Dobecki at second singles and Sarah
Parrino at third singles. Leann Nathan and Tabitha Kent were
the number one doubles team and Sarah Brown and Margot
Salmela played at second doubles. Other members of the
team were Meghan Saunders, Cathy Cooper, Erica Putnam,
Sarah Benjes, Sarah Leahey, Stacey Medecci, and Kenly
Lean on me.
The Boys Tennis Team has had another great season this
year, winning the South Shore League Large School Title
with a record of 14-0. The seven "starters" include singles
players Dan Coakley, Mike Brennan, both juniors, and Marc
Brennan, a freshman, and doubles players Jon Cressman and
Chris Bird, juniors, and Peter Savage and John Crawford,
seniors. All seven starters were undefeated in the South
Shore League and all were named to the South Shore League
All-Star Team. Other members of theteam include Ron Le-
lakes, Jeff Harrison, Keith Murray, Bob Murray, Jason Isher-
wood, Andy Whiteley, and Todd Harrington. The team cap-
tains are Dan Coakley, Mike Brennan, and John Crawford.
W ' k . iiiiii
Grace a la Coakster
Mercy! What a tough game!
This year the Baseball team was made up of 15 members:
Jon Hanlon, Jeff Hojlo, Jake Joyce, Mike Lehman, Anthony
Markella, Rick McHugh, Gary Williamson, Eric Zee, Paul
Bracco, Bob Higgins, Joe Mattivello, Craig McPherson, Karl
Ohmstede, Rob Siemenski, and Kevin Williams. The 3 cap-
tains were Jon Hanlon, Jake Joyce, Gary Williamson and
they were coached by Mr. Murphy. The highlight of the
season came at the end in the last game when Duxbury beat
Whitman-Hanson, who were the league champs.
Gary's got it!!
The Hanlon Lunge
The DHS softball team "batted" their way to the South
Shore League tournament. The girls finished up the season
earning third place in the league, with an impressive overall
record of 13-3. Experience was the key to their success with
7 returning seniors. ..Marie Delprete, Susan Guimetti, Joyce
Linder, Meridith Moore, and tri-captains Kim Dowd, Amanda
Ferry, and Alison Zimon. The most unforgettable game of the
season was against the '89 S.S.L. Champs-Randolph. Dux-
bury fought a hard game to come up on top, 3-2, handing the
Devils their only loss of the season. The team had two All-
Stars: Kim Dowd and Susan Guimetti.
Right to ya, Sue!
The Girls Track Team consists of Kara Davis, Jen Harring-
ton, Jessica Walsh, Amy Armstrong, Shea Bernard, Shannon
Boyd, Abby Brothers, Katherine Hill, Cheryl Horton, Jen
Needham, Jen Stiles, Lynn Williamson, Emily Barrett, Chris-
tine Boulanger, Leanne Bradley, Missy Doyle, Katie Ghiorse,
Adrienne Hynek, Amy Joyce, Michaela MacDonald, Diane
MacMeil, Jessica McCluskey, Megan Pussilano, Julie Os-
borne, Colleen Rafferty, Sarah Ritch, Micole Tagney, Laura
Bracco, Ali Barber, Micole Cesario, Ann Cobak, Tracy Craw-
ley, Carolyn Haley, Keelin Moriarty, Melissa Mulligan, Casey
Ochtera, Teresa Pugmire, Ally Raabe, and Jen Tougas.
Jen Needham hurdles
DHS Track Team
Boys Track: Mike Bruno, Chris Chin, Brad Carver, Matt Cin-
cotti, Tim Caglarcan, Jeff Downin, Rich Ferson, Ben Furman-
iak, Bill Graham, Glenn Rand, John Santos, Shawn Sheehan,
Jeff Shumway, Dave Sjostedt, Matt Stone, Scott Wenham,
Matt Allaire, Fred Barrett, Keith Campbell, Ted Corrigan,
John Crowley, Joe Dellapi, Mike Egan, Jon Fasullo, Torsten
Hasslemann, Mark Johnson, Matt Mazanec, Dave Metzler,
Andy Mowbray, Jon Nichols, Hal Pugmire, Jim Sampson,
John Baker, Ryan Bartlett, Tom Berglund, Chad Bickel, John
Bondlow, Chad Borden, Charlie Bornheimer, Andy Downin,
Scott Erickson, Robert Fitzgerald, Glenn Frazier, Tim Fur-
maniak, Chris Hojlo, Dennis Malo, Chris Mercer, Dave Pro-
benzano, Steve Rogers, Eric Spinney, Scott Stearns, Dan
Turner, Mike Walsh, Clark Anderson, Nick Anzivino, Greg
Bickel, Aaron Boghosian, Alex Chin, Kevin Dente, Peter Di-
persio, John Dwyer, John Gouzoules, Jake Ellison, Taylor
Gregg, Jeremy Lambert, John Mercer, Kevin O'Donnell,
John Redmond, Jamie and Mike Rutkowski, Jeff Seger, and
What a landing!!
The Junior Class continued the tradition of having the prom in
the gym. The theme this year was "Fantasy Island" and the
theme song was "Walk Forever by My Side" by the Alarm. The
Prom King and Queen were Sean Wenham and Jen Cadogan and
their court included Friend Weiler, Shannon Boyd, Jon Cress-
man, Karen Tillson, Mike Bonner, and Jen Hardy. The leaders of
the Prom Committee were Sean Wenham, Jen Grant and Jenn
Hannon. The advisors were Mrs. Coombs and Mrs. Vangel. Spe-
cial Thanks to all the parents that contributed to the success of
the Prom especially Mrs. O'Donnell.
Sue and Carolyn
Happily ever after
The Court: (l-r) Jon Cressman, Shannon Boyd. Mike Bonner, Karen Tillson, Sean Wenham, Jen
Cadogan, Jen Hardy, and Friend Weiler.
Small and Tall
Livin' it up at the Prom!
I Guys and Dolls
This year, "Guys and Dolls" was performed as
DHS's All-School Musical. It was directed by Patricia
Weatherlowe, Nancy Gordon, and James Vinci with
Christine DeVaux and Kim Meyer as student directors.
Students with lead roles were Audrey Schindler (Sarah
Brown), Laraine McKinnon (Miss Adelaide), Bill Gra-
ham (Skye Masterson), and Jeff Shumway (Nathan
This past spring a very daring music de-
partment brought 100 DHS students
across the border to a Festival Competi-
tion in Montreal, Canada. Attending and
competing were Mr. Madru's Concert
Band and Jazz Band, Mr. Vinci's Orches-
tra and String Quartet and Mrs. Ander-
son's Color Guard. Each group received
honors of either an excellent or superior
rating. The Choir also took a trip this
spring to Washington D.C. for "Sharing
a New Song".
A large crowd of graduating seniors, parents and
friends gathered at the First Parish Church for Bacca-
laureate on June 8th. Baccalaureate, a DHS tradition, is
a compilation of speeches, poems and songs created or
performed by seniors. Some of the students who par-
ticipated this year were Scott Wenham, Alyssa Lahey,
Andy Ritch, Cally Scullin, Nicole Pevzner, Candy Fors-
man, Rick Barrett, Mike McDonough, Cindy Caliendo,
Leann Nathan, and Nancy McLean. The 1989 guest
speaker was teacher Mr. Robert McDonough.
Slithy Toves is a literary magazine put out by a few
students at Duxbury High School. The magazine in-
cludes various pieces of literature written by the mem-
bers of this club. The members include Mike McDon-
ough, Kendra Mumford, Derek Simpson, and Bill Gra-
ham. The work in the magazine is made up of poems,
stories, essays, and other samples of student writing.
The advisor for Slithy Toves is Mr. Buechler.
The DECA club had an extremely suc-
cessful year. Students organized and ran
the "school store", which was renamed
"The Checkerboard". The interior was
repainted accordingly with diagonal
stripes of black and white boxes and a
large green dragon. The Checkerboard
sold various supplies and candy to stu-
dents during lunch throughout the
C E K
H C E
Last year, English teacher Jean Trounstine decided
to educate those interested in issues concerning worn-
ens' prisons. It began with a small group of students
who met and discussed the issues facing America's
prison systems. The group corresponded with prison-
ers at Framingham Womens' Prison in the form of
letters. The year progressed with two visits to the pre-
release center in Lancaster, MA. This year, Mrs. Peter-
son has taken over. Included in the group are Kendra
Mumford, Alyssa Lahey, Carolyn Cummings, Christine
Devaux, Kerry Dowling, Audrey Schindler, Karen
McCann, Chris Remick, Steve Kearney, Judy Jean-
monod, and Sarah McClellan.
Duxbury High School graduated 240 seniors on June 10,
1989. Commencement exercises were held outside, in front
of the school (as they are traditionally) even though the sky
looked stormy. Class Treasurer, Keri Dowd, announced the
senior gift: 400 dollars to be put into a "new scoreboard"
fund. Graduation speeches were made by Alexandra Swan,
Michael Coogan, Alison Zimon, and valedictorian Judy Jean-
monod. Almost miraculously, as the tassles were switched
from the right side of the hat to the left, the sun came out.
DHS congratulates the Class of 1989 and wishes them the
best of luck.
Duxbury Clipper, Wednesday, June 14, IW
1989 DHS Graduates
Make Final Decisions
The Class of 1989 has graduated. It is time to move
on and pursue their dreams. What will they do?
Peter Lindquist - Work
Sandra Luce - Wheelock
Cynthia Lunt - Work
Jeffrey McFarlane - Work
Christopher MacNevin - Trinity
Keri Dowd - Providence College
Kimberly Dowd - St. Anselm
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Kara Davis - Keene State Anthony Markella - Wilhston
Michael Edwards - UMass-Amherst Northampton
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Amanda Ferry - Holy Cross Timothy Mazanec - Northeastern Univ.
Richard Ferson - Boston College Shcrrill McAloney - Wheelock
Cape Cod Community Knsten McCann - Northeastern Univ.
Heather McCarthy - Dean Jr.
Megan McCarthy - Massasoit
their final college or work decisions:
Robert Adamski - Johnson and Wales
Elizabeth Alongi - Bay State Jr.
Liza Altieri - Salve Regina
Tyson Anderson - Northeastern
Jodi Andrews - Mt. Ida
Sarah Armour - Tulane
Lisa Atkinson - Ursinus (PA)
Alison Austin - Cornell
Richard Barrett - Stonehill
Richard Bayramshian - Framingham
Paul Beckman - Work
Steven Bergamesca - Old Dominion Univ.
Kelley Berglund - Univ. of So. California
Sarah Borhek - Dean Jr.
Mark Brown - Keene State
Sarah Brown - Hartwick
Erin Brozmann - Hartwick
Erika Bruce - McGill
Michael Bruno - Northeastern
Ian Bull - Emerson College
Tim Caglarcan - Roger Williams
Cynthia Caliendo - Providence College
Paul Canty - UMass-Amherst
Peter Capraro - UMass-Amherst
Bradford Carver - Merrimack
David Cass - Ohio State
Pamela Ceccarelli - Simmons
Christopher Chamberlain - Colby
Christopher Chin - Colby
Joseph Chrusz - Northeastern
Matthew Cincotti - Syracuse
Stephanie Clack - V/Vermont
Christine Cleary - Keene State
Michael Clifford - Massasoit
Linda Clisham - Westfield State
Can dace Forsman - UMass-Amherst
Benjamin Furmaniak - American Univ.
Thomas Gallagher - Boston College
Matthew Gammons - U/Vermont
Michael George - UMass-Amherst
Ryan Gillis - Salem State
Leslie Gilmore - UMass-Amherst
Susan Giumetti - UMass-Amherst
Andrew Govoni - Air Force
William Graham - Bates
Christopher Grant - Bentley
Robert Green - Northeastern
Karen Greene - Bentley College
James Gregg - UMass-Amherst
Leslie Gurry - Wheelock College
Stacy Hale - Middlebury
Michael Haley - Univ. Utah
Amy Hambleton - Wheelock
Jonathan Hanlon - Middlebury
Jesse Hardy - Air Force
Jennifer Harrington - Merrimack
Justin Healey - Northeastern
Margaret Hill - Bay State Jr. College
Kelly Hillary - Dean Jr.
Paul Hodgdon - Northwood School
Jeffrey Hojlo - UMass-Amherst
Paige Holden - Syracuse
Terrance Holmes - Work
George Horesta - Work
David Hutton - UMass-Amherst
Gregory Jackson - Work
Heidi James - Southeastern Mass. Univ.
Kristen James - Northeastern
Melissa Coburn - Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale
Sarah Collins - College of Charleston
Kathleen Connell - Northeastern
Michael Coogan - UMass-Amherst
Andrew Corbett - Washington and Lee L
Jason Corn - Work
Kerri Costa - Edison Community College
Nancy Coyle - Work
Darryl Coyne - Berklee
John Crawford - Temple Univ.
Elizabeth Crothers - Northeastern
Carolyn Cummings - Skidmore
Eric Cressman - Union College
Laura David - Colby Sawyer
James Delorenzo - Northeastern
Marie Delprete - Bridgewater
Caryn Demello - Work
Robert Dente - Military Service
Michael Deshais - Work
Christine DeVaux - New York Univ.
Carlene Dexter - National College of Edu
Michael Dinsmore - Curry
Heather Dow - Mansfield Beauty School
Janell Jasmin - Massasoit
Judy Jeanmonod - M.I.T.
Brandy Johnson - Work
Jennifer Johnson - Johnson State
Paul Jordan - New Hampshire College
John Joyce - Middlebury
Jeffrey Kauffman - St. Lawrence
Theresa Keefe - UMass-Amherst
Richard Keith - UMass-Boston
Erin Kennedy - Hartwick
Laura Kilroy - Univ. of Rochester
Timothy Kinney - Work
Alayna Kirchick - UMass-Amherst
Jennifer Knoll - Miami Univ. (Ohio)
Alyssa Lahey - Smith
Michelle Laporte - Work
Jennifer Laramee - Providence College
Brittiany Leary - U/Tampa
John LeClair - Univ. Rhode Island
Adam LeFevre - Eckerd College
Michael Lehman - Syracuse Univ.
Joyce Linder - Elmira College
Michael McDonough - Bard
Richard McHugh - Boston Univ.
Laraine McKinnon - Wellesley
Nancy McLean - Hartwick
Kristen McLellan - Portland School of Art
Jeffrey McNeil - Johnson and Wales
Steven Meallo - Amherst
Robert Medeiros - Daniel Webster College
Eileen Melvin - Quinnipiac College
Jill Mercier - Bay State Jr.
John Moccaldi - Marines
Meridith Moore - Providence College
Robert Moriarty - UMass-Amherst
Kendra Mumford - Wellesley
Kimberly Nangle - Bryant College
Mark Nappellio - St. Lawrence
Leann Nathan - Fairfield Univ.
Ronald Needleman - Work
David Nelson - Norwich Univ.
Cheryl Newton - Plymouth State
Kerrie O' Toole - Villanova Univ.
Jennifer O'Connell - Aquinas Jr. College
Kate O'Hare - UMass-Amherst
George Olson - Lyndon State
Lori Overhiser - Bryant College
Maria Pannozzo - UMass-Amherst
Heather Pacquette - Northeastern
Edward Parker - Dynamy (Prep
Nathan Patenaude - Coast Guard
Jennifer Petersen - Penn State
Jonathan Petrucelli - West Point Prep
Nicole Pevzner - UMass-Amherst
Jeannie Phillips - Keene State
Rebecca Pierce - Bay Path Jr.
Thomas Pierce - Univ. Tampa
Michael Powers - Colby
Amy Raabe - Marquette Univ. (Wise.)
Glenn Rand - Babson College
Paige Reed - Keene State
Benjamin Riordon - U/Maryland
Andrew Ritch - Colby
Lyle Roberts - Boston College
Julianne Roper - College of Charleston
Meghan Saunders - St. Lawrence
Peter Savage - The Lawrenceville School
Audrey Schindler - Simmons
Caroline Scullin - Lynchburg College
Karl See - College of Wooster (Ohio)
Mary Kate Sekerak - Endicott College
Deirdre Sheehan - St. Anselm
Shawn Sheehan - Northeastern
Renee Shepherd - Work
Traci Sheridan - St. Elizabeth's School
Michelle Shimp - West Chester Univ. (PA
Jeffrey Shumway - Univ. New Hampshire
David Sjostedt - UMass-Amherst
John Slattery - Merrimack
Denisc Stanford - St. Michael's
Matthew Stone - UMass-Amherst
Patrick Striebel - Dean Jr.
Lisa Sugarman - UMass-Amherst
David Sullivan - George Washington Univ.
£rik Svendsen - Georgia Tech
Alexandra Swan - George Washington Univ.
Heather Tenney - Univ. Conn.
Ryan Tillson - Salem State
Robert Tripp - EMT - Fire Academy
Rosemary Tufankjian - Babson
Matthew Twomey - Work
David Vanderbilt - Taylor Univ. (IN)
Jeffrey Vantatenhove - Lynchburg College
Paul Voloshen - Mass. Maritime Academy
Jessica Walsh - Curry College
Scott Wenham - U/Lowell
Sha. on Wheeler - West Virginia Wesleyan
Jessica Whiteley - Bates
Saysha Wiggins - Wilfred Beauty School
Peter Wilken - Franklin Institute
Gary Williamson - Springfield College
Kate Winn - Univ. New Hampshire
Brian Wycall - Colgate
Shelby Young - Work
Pascal Zaklama - Northeastern
Eric Zee - Westfield State
Alison Zimon - Harvard
Looking back over the past year, I am truly
amazed. Starting literally from scratch (none
of the 87-88 Yearbook Staff returned to the 88-
89 committee) we managed to create a truly
beautiful Yearbook. A huge THANK YOU goes
to the entire staff who worked long and hard to
meet deadlines and to make the book the best
it could be. Fighting frustrations such as Sen-
ior picture sizes, layout confusions, photo
problems and short deadlines, the staff really
Thanks also goes to the parents and teach-
ers of the staff for their patience and under-
standing of our time committment and respon-
sibilities. Special thanks to Cheryl Horton
(next year's Editor-in-Chief) who put in count-
less hours as copy editor; to Susan Giumetti
and Candy Forsman who came up with the
"Forever Young" title (thankfully rescuing us
from "Better than Average"); to non-staffers
Heidi James, the artist responsible for the
front cover, and Traci Sheridan who filled out
hundreds of envelopes; to the Dragon Flyer for
stories; to the Language Department for the
Apple Computer; to Glenn Holden , our Year-
book Representative; to Ms. Pauline Mulcahy,
our business manager; and last, but never
least, Mr. Russell Kilough-Miller, our advisor,
who was always there helping with layouts,
cropping, proofing, and so much more!
Enjoy the Yearbook!
Forever Young '89
The 1989 Yearbook Staff
Hard at work!
Forever Young '89
GLENN A. DOBECKI. M.D.
GLENN A. DOBECKI, M.D.. INC.
1221 main street
south weymouth. ma 02 1 90
Telephone (617) 335-5791
Best Wishes and warm
Congratulations to the Class of 1989.
Stay "Forever Young" through the language of
From SARAH REED
Best of Luck to the Class of 1989. You've made it
through 12 years of hard work, dedication and
study. Make the next 12 years as bright!!
JAMES J. DELOREMZO — You've made us so proud of
you, Jim. Love from Mama and Dad.
CHRIS CHIN — Our love and best wishes for the future.
Mum and Dad.
It has been a wonderful, funny, sometimes nerve-racking
year of advising the 1989 Yearbook Staff. All in all this
Group of Hard Working students has done an outstanding
job. They have worked under pressure with grace and have
produced one of the best Yearbooks to ever come out of
Duxbury High School. A few individuals must be mentioned
— LARAINE MCKIMNON, the editor whose creativity and
hard work made this book come together. CHERYL
HORTON, copy editor whose untiring effort made this book
speak so eloquently. And of course the YEARBOOK
STAFF OF 1989. Thanks!!!! Russell Killough-Miller.
FOREVER YOUNG was written, laid out, created and
produced by Duxbury High School 1989 Yearbook Staff.
Photography was done by students and McGrath Studios,
Brockton. This book was printed by Herff Jones Yearbooks,
Gettysburg, PA. All work for this book was done during
non-class time by a staff of over 62 students, with a core
staff of 21. All ideas, concepts and themes were created by