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"SENIORS! SENIORS!" was the bellowing sound that filled the halls of
Duxbury High School at 7:30 on Friday, October 6th. For the seniors,
decked out in long, flowing robes, were now entering the gymnasium.
They paused at the entrance for a moment or two, then paraded
around the gym showing just how awesome they were. Varsity Sports'
Weekend had begun. The varsity teams were introduced by their
respective captains as team, class, and spirit overwhelmed the gym-
nasium. Finally, the highlight of the evening arrived when football
captains Joe McCarthy, Ryan Cavicchi, and Mike Hanlon were called
down to introduce the Dragon starters who would clash with the Blue
Devils of Randolph the next day. The night drew to an end.
Now it was time to get serious. It was 1 :30 and kickoff time. The
Blue Devils were more than ready for the Dragons; but there would be
no stopping the mighty Dragons this day. Their offense scored early
and often, and the highly skilled defensee shut down the Blue Devil
attack. When the final whistle blew, the Dragons ran off the field,
heads high and once again winners. The Green Dragons had sent the
Devils to Hell. -Kevin Williams.
"It's not always easy to be living in
this world of pain, you're going to be
crashing into stone walls again and
again." I love you Paul, February 4th,
1987. Thanks to my friends who got
me through these years-guys we're
finally out of here!!
Joanne Marie Achin
Friends are forever-many memories
with many more to come! Aimer-
/Verno I wouldn't be here without
you. K, S, M, B-Thanks you'll never
be forgotten. Summers in G.H. -al-
ways and forever. Thanks for every-
thing Mom, I love you. *Dad, you'll
always have a special place in my
You're all Sallies (Pete, Matt, Andy,
and Jon); The question isn't what are
we going to do, it's what aren't we
going to do; Skiing '85-90; the lunch
bunch; Take off you hoser, Did you
see that stop sign? Ho De Do; Gotta
Matthew F. Allaire
"If this world makes you crazy am
you've taken all vou can bear, yoi
call me up and you know I'M
there." Christine best friend possi
ble, Michelle you're the coolest
Thanx Mom, Dad, Liza, Alex, Billc
nd all my faithful friends. I love yoi
all. Great memories to be remem
Manomet-BUSTED? Three pigs. Feb
'88. Steve Winwood. UGLY! R.E.M.
Uncle Buddy. Legs. Tennis Courts.
T.T.W. The Captain lives on. P-
Town, H-J, Pizzeria Regina, The
COMMON-Summer '88, Thanx Dan.
Chris-It's sousa's! UMASS-Bingo-
Too many. Best friends forever Tri-
cia, Tara, Kristel, Kim and Chris-
Many good times.
Jessica Surette Alabiso
"Days turn to minutes, and minutes
to memories, life sweeps away the
dreams that we have planned. You
are young. ..so tough it out and be the
best you can!" -JCM. K,D,A, No, just
you Dan (TFE), Schmo, Soccer, INXS,
Jammin' at Matt's, Good luck '90!
4 years finally over, wow! Are you
pau? rhino riding, didn't need my
skin! S'pats, I'm 21. Hawaii '88 Pahi
4-ever. "Blue Eyes" Do you want
some water? You lost your ticket! No
my sheets. Hey Maura H.T.C.H.O.Y?
D.M., S.V., E.J., L.W. We'll get to Fri-
C, K, B, A, D, K, J, A, S, A, M, B, Love
my kids! Buddha + Guido, N.J., Tour
of the house -B.K! Shoney's, Lowell,
Beach night-BBB, Screen doors,
Rocky Point, M.J., Citgo, Tx., ILU
MDD, Miss ya Aim, Sharkwomen,
"Is my house okay?" Burke's, "I was
just about to say that," Morton
Pond, BOX! BOK!
Well Mom and Dad, I'VE DONE IT!!!
The beginning was Hell, but as you
can see things turned out well!!!
Mom you've done so much through
and through, all I can say is I love
you! Thanks R.A., J.A., F.A., L.A.,
CP., & nieces & nephews for being
J there. Tono!! SEE YA!!
Ideals are like stars; you will not suc-
ceed in touching them with your
hands. But like the seafaring man on
the desert of waters, you choose
them as your guides, and following
them you will reach your destiny...
Carl Shultz. Thanks-Mom, Dad, Kelt,
Kris, Traci, Girls X-C, Amanda, Tom,
Kim, and Joey-for everything. I love
"Into every life a little rain must fall
and losing one you love is like a
storm. But storms are passing."
Friends Forever B.D. "The Lord is my
strength and my shield." I love you
Mom and Shell! Thanks!
Snap, Crackle, Pop-Nathan: You are
my favorite. Good Luck Steve and
Heath, "Fly High." (33, 22) Where
are we? Duster. (I.L.Y. Mom, Dad
and Just) Ready or not —
John M. Bartlett
Lata D.H.S.!!! Memories-12 years
ooooh end of story. "It's time to
move on" Football!! Buddy Bill, Dice-
man, Grimley "Oh give me a break"
F.O.T.P., Collin, Rob, hoss-man. L.L.-
D.M.C-N.W.A stay-eazy. "Many a
nights"!! (I.M.B.T.B.l.T.F.) but it is
time to grow up? 143 C.J. ILY! Mom
I see the future and I will be-l love ya
Ma, Pa and I want to thank the Alon-
ios for the funky time.
"Life I love you, All is groovy"-Paul
The Psychos-Bugs! F.F. Busted by
Becky! Mexico 88', Newbos'-it's only
the paper girl; the 4th 89'-the adven-
tures, Reggae 89', how 'bout those
Patriots? BUS Indy 500. Thanks for
everything P.M. and T.P. The journey
makes the goodbyes harder still.
Love you MD & B.
As all the wise men say, Grab it if it
comes your way-Cat Stevens. Ying
and Yang, Track Capt. 89'. K.M.=
S.P.M., S.K., R.C., J.T., A.E., J.S.,
Brett-Thanks for your support for 3
1/2 years. Beach, Boston, S.U., Ski-
ing, Jo's, Rach = B.F. Forever,
I.L.Y.T.F. ILY Mom, Dad & G.
Sheryl Ann Binney
Soccer, #16 The Future is here at last
"U2", Uhhh No, "NO MAN, NO
CRY." L.G.D. &S., J.B. 89', Yo Baby,
Cum' on!! Luggage (SAMP) CH.
CREW NEVER LOSE YOU!! 91D2 Ber-
ries Jubilee, "The Pitt" (D.H.S.: 3
Amigos) "On the road to find out,"
"Things can only get better." Thanx
Class of '"90" -Lata Tatas-Miss ya
dudes. Thanx-M&D and Bro&Sis.
BYE BYE MISS AM. PIE.
AKA Brdmn; B-Crew Bro's: TS-As
mut, Cure, Ftm; JC-Dmnatn
BOBmbl; Sw-HiJ-Pole; MB-P6, Rd
to sch; JS-AOWTP, 8x; SM-Tnl; DC
tatty's; Chics: SUZ-143 7-n-7, Ren
the good-C pstr, SB, DD, ML, SB, JC
REM Saquish, RITS, L-me, Prom 89'
90', Pong, T-runs, myprty's. 143 Dad
Mom, Sara, Tank.. .CORK!
Christopher A. Bird
Lights + Red + Lighting + Jefe +
July 3 + Kingston = BANDED!?'
N.A. Dino's & Smith's. M-box B.B.,
Superfly, MacLud you lu-; Jay
= B.D.D.; Craig = Big Toe; Paublo!
Lunch!? Killer Kathleen-2 weeks
WOW!! Momma MacLeod & Cobak
Thanks "Living on the edge." Lov«
you Mary + Don + My weird family!!
1988 State Champs. 1 1 Hey Tunnel
Mrs. G is watching. "The Crew" J.C.
"ABE" wanna go sledding? That's
your 5th piece. Saquish at 3! "Hook
me up" Good times at Maniacs. Jay
watch your step! ML = BF Always.
Jenny 1437 Thanx M + D
Michael S. Bonner
"Yesterday a child came out to wan-
der..." I Love you Mom, Dad, Lisa
and Jason. Each new thing that
comes into our lives becomes a part
of us and adds to what we already
feel-and these gifts to each other we
will keep forever. Thanks guys,
laugh often and much!
"There is a deeper world than this
that you don't understand, there is a
deeper world than this tugging at
your hand. "-Sting. Bonnie-Xmas eve
"we're hunting wabbits." Liz-B-day
Party, "Say something in Spanish."
Adam-April Fool, HM, LD, MM;
"We've got the blonde." Thanx
"Some people come into our lives,
make footprints on our hearts and
we are never the same..." Flavia
THANKS KTH, DD, JA, JK, (GL2U),
CH-Crew: never lose U. Hel lo SOC-
CER 23 MYRTLE, VT, BOSS'88,
Chris (SUPR GROVER! I'll always re-
member you) GEET-OUTA HERE!
LOVE YOU M + D, D + J VIVE BEAU-
John Scott Bowser
All the world is indeed a stage and we
are merely players, performers and
portrayers, each another audience
outside the guilded cage. First Im-
pressions + CO. TFE Danielle Vonci-
pus, T-Bone, Hermet, Brother Franze
Jefe H. Thanks also Mom, Dad, and
I LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD. -Shar-
on 87,88,89-90: NO WAY!!- "What
are you lookin' at, butthead", "No
you sit down", "Gett:", "The Bat-
tle"-R.E.M.-The Best time ever-
VA.,N.H., "The Barn", "The week-
end", Prom '89, "CI.C", "t.b.",
"L.B.", "M.M", Re-diner, "Waiting",
"Hey S.", Forever in Fla.-M. and B.-
Thomas J. Burke
Thanks MA + PA, Lin + Mike! It's
been a long 4 yrs. Orlando-Yoseppy,
the maid took it! 23 CPN Ouch!!, Wet
V Wild!! Got ya, Aim! Thanx for ev-
erything DOG'! Offsides 1st play!
Just call it a Cannon!! Jukebox Hero!
Joe that's a cop! Strike three!
The Psychos-BFF "Let's try Paul's"
"The last of the bugs." "Not again
Sean" "I can't let her do that" "Not
to be denied" Things can only get
better. Batmobile. "Nice try guys"
Best of friends always, Jess-good
luck next year. Thanks everyone ...
Jennifer Lynn Cadogan
Keith J. Campbell
"9/22/89" "C.C'is a "B" from F.I.
& Co. "It's not how fast you can go,
the force goes into the flow; got to
pick up the pace, if you want to stay
in the race." -So Matt, Scott, Tom,
Mike, Tim, and Jeff. ..We're outta
I've loved the stars too fondly to be
fearful of the night. Jt 88 Florida 89
time to know B,L,K, who told you to
walk home-you have paint on your
face! Reggae 89-where's Duxbury?
Thanks Mom, Dad, Paulie, Melissa,
Bubba, Kim, LaLa, M, K, B, S, C-
Aimee Michelle Casale
Four years of High School are now
behind me (finally!). Many memo-
ries, many friends, and many good
times. Thanks to all my friends, fam-
ily and even the teachers. But the
jungle is large and the cub, he is
Football #32, I'll never forget the
prom '89, Sunday River, riding on the
Tilly. How about ta Blanuet! Later
Vader, OHM, Hig, Angler, Tess, Sara
remember the good times. I'll always
love you Carla! Tazicidalvic!! LDC!
We're out of here!!
Cheryl Denise Cenedella
True friends are the ones who are
with you no matter what. Thanks
Mom, DAD, Michele, Becca + Co.,
Tiffany, Kris, the cheerleaders, espe-
cially Joanne. Remember R.E.M.-
"Change begins with the individual."
the beach, JD's. Goodluck JN, SS, ST.
April 14, 1989 in Drake's Wag. What
a day. Ski trip to Kill in the max?
METALLICA 7/25/89 Wor. Cent.
Beachin' it all summer, the Days at
the races, Brooks, Spag-Ace, Me —
Jay at the side, B's, Pat's, Sox, Steve
Mc. THE GOOD OLD DAYS.
Jonathan J. Centurino
Kristen L. Chase
"2 and a half in fourth would make
the world a whole lot better. 3, how-
ever, would be even better." ALIENS
do it better. Always keep a spare.
Precision Landscaping guys are the
best!! Thanks for the job! I love you
Dad, Mom, Mike, Mark, Kathy, Ka-
ren, and Scott.
Edward James Corrigan
"...And you learn and learn. ..with ev-
ery goodbye you learn. Dunni, Undi
you made it! A lovely dirt road made
for four. Good luck Nathan and one-
eyed Jen! Thanx Mom, Dad, and
Dave. I LOVE YOU STEVE.
Heather Adrienne Clancy
Andrew C. Clapp
Five years of fun and the Wagokee is
done! Sept. 26 1987! Party of 300!
Thanks to Wendy! COPS!! BUSTED!!
JAILED!! PROBATION!! EXXON!! A
few in-schools and out-of-schools
but we finally made it, Right Dan!
These lines have become words to
live by for me:"lf you can meet with
triumph and disaster and treat these
imposters just the same, if you can
fill the unforgiving minute with sixty
seconds' worth of distance run, yours
is the Earth and everything that's in
it and — which is more — you'll be a
man, my son!"
Finally!! Skills (Dirty Deeds, FF's I'll
drive?) Lightning (work? bigtoe, Pet-
ty) McClud-doesn't he know?! pit,
H20 country, 4th -oh ya!! summer, 2
words guys, that red thing, Bug-the
hill!! slum side = cent = Sat. nite. Joe-
kid-Hoop #l-p.line after, Marcos =
Italy springbreak, Thanx M + D, Jeff,
Ann and friends couldn't have done
it w/o U.
This isn't Heaven, this sucks! Deu-
gar, Beuven, Sally. Take off you
Hoser. Am I buggin' you, don't mean
to bug ya! 108 miles to Chicago, a
full tank of gas, it's nighttime, and
we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it. This
is absolute reality. Thanks guys!
Football 88, Safety Agile, Mobile,
and Hostile "Pass! Ball! FIRE!!!"
"Ain't no half steppin'" -Track, High
Hurdler, "Speed kills"-DO THE
RIGHT THING. "I never learned to
follow, so I chose to lead." Thanks
for putting up with me Mom and
Dad. Fresh for 1990!
Kimberly A. Cotter
"Dreams of yesterday fade away
leaving only memories to last for
years to come. Day by day. Love,
hate, tears + laughter. Shadows of
pain disappear into the light of to-
day." Mom I'm babysitting really.
Thanx Mom, Dad, Huppster,
Spunky, Spaz, Trace, I.C.T., Ernie +
Mary, Love y'all.
Seniors 1 1
What can I say except that I am glad
half of my life has gone and half or
all of my school career has gone with
It's been real. Anyway Hi, Rain In
Summertime, Luv ya Sparky! Mexi-
can, Captiva 89, Ed the Barrel, Domi-
nation, M.B. = AH, Dirty Larry,
Cheers, Just the 3 of us, The Crew,
Get one free, B.B. Starman, Hooked
ya McCormick, Orange Glow Cot-
tages, Thanks Mom and Dad!
Jonathan S. Cressman
There's only one thing more painful
than learning from experience, and
that is not learning from experience. -
J.B. "89", "If we couldn't laugh we
would all go insane," "Yo Baby Cum
'on," Binzo, "uh no!" thanx Psycho's
it's been awesome, Far-Far's, Kristel,
Bruins "89" Chrissy, "We're goin' to
the Garden", thanx Doc, Vail Co,
Miss ya guys, thanx Mom and Dad,
E + B.
Susan D. Deloid
"Time it was and what a time >
was." Thanx Becca, Amy, Dana-Bs
Frnds 4-eva! Subeda Deriga. 3? De
Lep-Limo. B-beach-Sum 89: B, B, /
A, K, K, C, D, M, J Frnds 4-eva! B-da>
all night. Sharkwoman, A.C. Wood;
Ho-jo's. Clepto? Tabs. Champs-S.1
"Life's Been Good." Thanks M, D, .
BBB! "Look out she's gonna hit us!"
How was the party?. ..What party?
From Saint Michael's!!! Get out of
here. ..Oh come in officer!!! "Hoggin'
Boyz in the Hood" MC. Chemo. Joe
and the posse. Let's Get Ugly!! Mom
and Dad thanks a lot.
Scott G. DeNicola
"Many dreams come true and some
have silver linings. I live for my
dreams and a pocket full of gold."-
Led Zeppelin. The boys in the posse,
The Psychos, ski trip, let's get ugly
tonight, the Dungeon, It's been a
learning "experience", thanks mom.
Todd Matthew Dexter
"Dreams are the touchstones of our
character" 2 (Rah) capt. /Tennis-Hel-
lo, Ab, K, Jess, Jen best buds! Bos.,
Vermont, Col. C.B., M.H., Jaro! Sen-
ior Vaca! CH.CREW-never lose you!
Live and Let Live! Smile! Hey Buddy!
Star to Fall, #3, Prom '89, Vive Beau-
Danielle Kathryn Dobecki
Tracy Lynn Dimascio
N.H. J.T.'s mv B/f/f! Specimen!! K.C
-Help mon-lce cream yummy! N.H.
S's again? No! J.T. s&L? Bently! "Our
memories of yesterday will last a life-
time. We'll take the best, forget the
rest; Someday we'll find, these are
the best of times." Thanks Mom-
&Dad-love you all.
Christopher M. Doherty
Cinderella, "Don't know what you
got until it's gone." Lata D.H.S.,
BONES-I hope I never hear it again.
"Thanx Mom, Dad, Saysh and Uncle
Tommy for always encouraging me; I
don't know and I didn't do it."
We know what we are, but not what
we may be — Shakespeare.
Summer Rains, Bare Feet, Happy
Tears, Best Friends = MASP *Re-
member, A smile increases face val-
ue (DTM!) *Thot a famous library
has been cursed by a woman is a mat-
ter of complete indifference to a
famous library *Thanks and Love,
M, D, B*
Silver and Gold is about a man who
shanty down outside of Johanesburg
a man who is sick of looking down
the barrell of white South Africa who
want to take arms again. South Afri-
ca and the injustice in South Africa. -
U2 Rattle & Hum.
William Andrew Durgin
Keith J. Dwyer
Little MC or is that L.B.-great par-
ties. Dino-hello officer. It was great
while it lasted MC. Ever been arrest-
ed before-nope, never. Matt poo-
kums-Vineyard. Matt A. Living on
bread & water-Jenna, Beach, Spar-
kles, Whitney, Sarah W., Nichole N,
& Amy S. See ya.
Maureen Lyn Edmunds
Howdy! Thanks for the memories
Girls Swim Team #1! No more semi
nary. We are not repressed. BYU wil
never be the same. Good lucK, I love
"Understand that change begins
with the individual." -R.E.M. 4/16,
9/16. Cruisin' summer '89, '68 Fire-
bird, GTA, Camaro, Later Chris, Den-
nis, Scott, Matt, Keith, Tom, Tim.
Pool Hopping at Trout Farm. The gull
Michael J. Egan
"Hey Guys, this is our last year. We
made it. This year was a blast. We're
outta here. The best is yet to come.
Chica, snob, color guard, music and
the rest-you're the best. Thanks
Mom, Dad, Prego & T.J. Sean, love
ya-we'll always be togetha."
Amy E. Ferson
Thanks Susan, Becca, Dana-Best
Friends Forever; M, B, B, K, K, C, A,
A, J, D; Summer of '89; Gymnastics;
Def Lep-limo; T-REM; B-Beach;
three?; Falmouth-CRX; Susan's
B'day, all night, Sharkwoman; AC
Woods, Ho Jo's; ILY M,D,L, + R.
"Warning: Unauthorized reproduc-
tion of this picture is against Federal
Law and subject to criminal prosecu-
tion!" Later B.C.
"You can't always get what you
want.. .But if you try sometimes you
just might find, you get what you
need." M.U.L.=HJ, Hey Miss, was it
worth it? Aimer, Kimber, Missy, Tri-
cia, Wendy, Tara, & Carl-you guys
are the best. "If I could turn back
time." I love you M + D.
Hambone = Hamster or Bone. Zimo,
Pabs, Tgyver, MOOK = Big MP,
Shmelly, Big Dex. Bone, you missed
my street = 360. Dave, Yale coldest
day ever = Fishbowl the outhouse. Z-
Dog- Wall's = GREEN. Bone, remem-
ber taking my bro's car. DUDE-Let's
Get Ugly. BOYS-WE'RE OUT OF
David Richard Gallagher
GEEK, DA A AVE, P.C. "Who's
Clark?", Beth-G.M. A.D.C. Mon-
treal- T.T., FLORID A-'87-88, BAND
(Jazz, Mrch.B.E.), Angelo s S.H.,
VOD-NIGHT, PARTIES-Cape, parties
w/ S.C. I.L.Y. M.D., G.L.K., Thanx for
the memories D.H.S.
This promise was made to be kept.
Sebastian Tibor Gass
'"Life's been good', Sue, Bee, Amy,
best friends forever. Thanx A, A, B,
B, C, D, J, K, K, M,. Def Leppard,
League Champs, Wonton Soup, Fam-
ous, Subeda Deriga, Nuthin' but a
good time! X-mas vac.-N.H., G.A.-T-
R.E.M., Cape '89, 'the porch', CRX,
J. K. -Casino! Burke's, woods/ HO
JO's, Hugo, AIN'T LIFE FUNNY!"
Tiffany Janell Goldberg
"If you stand on your tippy-toes you
can always reach the things out of
grasp." Best of luck to everyone.
Thank you for everything Mom, Dad,
and David. I love you so much!
"Anything worth knowing cannot be
understood with the mind." -Woody
"For I must be traveling on now,
'cause there's too many places I've
got to see." HEY BUGS, Betty-FF,
"It's all over," R.M.-F.Y.G. Thanks
M + J, D + R, B, D, M, T + K. Lata
"Memories + knowledge will be our
most valuable possessions." Mom,
Dad-Thanx for teaching me what I
need to know. Ev, Aim + Bug-Love
you all-Thanx! Becca-love you al-
ways-lt's you + me, kid! Something
gold can stay! MLB! You can leave
your hat on.
Paul F. Hahesy
"All you need in this life is ignoran
and confidence, and then success
sure." The road to the top has on
just begun. Thanks Mom, Dad ai
Amy, I never could have made
without you. Let the good times ra
m no fool-gonno keep it cool and
He it day by day. We don't know
here we might go until we make it
I the way."
lian M. Hammel
"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
Zeppelin. Nice beach day. Gl Joe:
Busted!! The Bus Indy 500. Midnight
runs: Lost in Boston. Patriots? Thanx
MD2JH, ILU. One down, two to go.
This is the end of the innocence.
Jennifer W. Hannon
Jennifer M. Hardy
Prom '89 Thanx John, "3" Burks.
Hey Beau. Last summer was the best,
let's make this one better. Thanx for
the best years of my life. I luv you
guys. M, P, H, D, Js, B, J. Thanks for
everything, I love you. It's a tragedy
for me to see the dream is over.
"You are never given a wish without
also being given the power to make it
come true. You may have to work for
it , however." -Richard Bach, Illu-
sions. Hey kids, we're outta hea'!
Melissa J. Harrington
C.T. = lf I could turn back time.
Who's better? I rest my case. Oct
'89, you crack me up! Never forget
R.M. Thanks Karen, Cori, Tara, Paul,
and Troy. Love ya Mom, Dad, Steve.
"Hey Mark"/ The Trial. ..Eddie
T...SIammin' Sam, Deck Days,
"Snakes, Snakes!" Bread, S. Scape/
T.F., The B.B. scare... Mr. Dingus,
Back in my bay... Who is this kid?
"School's pretty easy and kinda fun
at times. ..Duxbury X-C #1. And re-
member if everything seems to be go-
ing well you obviously do not know
what the hell is going on..."
"Just remember that it's a grand illu-
sion, 'cause deep inside we're all the
J. Daniel Hauber
"There is nothing-absolutely noth-
ing-half so much worth doing as sim-
ply messing about in boats. ..or with
boats .. in or out of 'em, it doesn't
"Tazicidalvich". Remember LDC.
COMW and I do mean it. Later #32 &
#40. The Angler "Reap it!" Sunday
River '89 "How many has he had?"
"Life is better than the days behin
Kathy they all have beards oka
Bonnie at least we attracted so
weirdos. Love ya Heather, Laur
Steph and Meg. We can always vis
Jeannine, we can always try agai
Love you Mom and Dad. Thanx.
Mark D. Hausherr
"I hid in the crowded wrath of the
crowd, but when they said 'sit down',
I stood up" ALLNIGHTERS /HAUS-
MOBILE/TEST DAYS /UNEJECTAB-
LE/AAT RIP /CHATTEL-
/OB'S STASH/THE BOTTOM BRO-
Nicole Michelle Hendrick
Janice, sis 10 years it's a given! Amy
7/18/89. J.C.T., J.L., me Angelo's?
Tray, Pembroke? BF forever. Say
Buddy. We have the best! Kim 9-12.
Write! John "Thank you" 3/17/89
"Forever and always" Aug. Sun. and
Wed. 7 and 1/2 years? "ALLA-
GOO!" Thanx Mom, Dad and R-J.
"With the sun as your laughter and
the rain as your tears, rainbows will
protect you from your fears." I wish
all my friends the best in life. Thanx.
Love ya. Springsteen! Marushka.
C.H.Crew: Never lose you. I will
reach my dreams. Vive beaucoup.
Cheryl Diane Horton
"Success usually comes to those who
are too busy to look for it." Thanks
to my good friends for many years of
friendships — you know who you
are. Berries Jubilee, 91D #2, Soccer &
Track, #13, MASP '89-KD, SB + JL-
TFF. Rick-Ti Amo Molto, 4-ever and
always. CH. Crew-Never lose you.
Thanks Mom, Dad, Laura, Todd
Remember, today is the beginning of
yesterdays tomorrows. Hey Dawn!
How is your bad self? Nice Laugh!
Remember Guidaboni! Summer 89
Chris Nicole + Greg-hare fun next
year! I'm outta here!
Gwin B. Jacques
Tricio, Wendy, Tara-Manomet!
Adrienne...dog! Sail Caribbean. Da-
vey, my heart is full of pleasant
memories. Amy-FarFars! Jen, you'
always be my best friend.
Cross Country League Champs un-
defeated, 86, 87 Capt. 89. Manomet,
super soaked, S.O.M.F., Standish-3
hills, Reggie Camp 89-Dead Mans
Curve, slow down Chad! Back yard
brawl, showers, volleyball-make it
21. Shirt! It's been fun Reggie!
Thanks for your support M&D!
Mark S. Johnson
Miles from nowhere, guess I'll take
my time, OH yeah, to reach there-
Cat Stevens the Boat House, Thanks
to ALL of my friends and Bessy.
Thanks Mom & Dad.
Stephen A. Kearney
retend work study. All I need is a
iracle. 13-18; 18-23. Blue lipstick!
ookie paper. Ocean City-Mother
uperior Barracuda-318 Heaven-B.L.
lew Year's Eve 88-89 Candi &
reaky. If you wash it now it won't
Ericka Elizabeth Johnson
"YO Baby" "Yota" "Red Mazda only
on Tuesdays". Jons not that kinda
guy? Damn it Janet, you think we're
snobs. Can I dop you.ey muffa, what
ya doing behind the tree? Hey cutie
this is the end of the Innocence. Smi-
ly, I love ya!
To dream is to live-and to live is to
be, so without my dreams, I wouldn't
be me! Hel-lo, Point Sebago, Brain-
tree, Myrtle Beach-3 — Abby & Kath-
erine, Colorado, Vermont, Sawtelles-
Dani, 91D#2, Sunapee-Sheryl, Dana
for listening, Puma, KFC, Cheech,
Ditto, Berries Jubilee, Community
Clothes, Falmouth, BOAT-Susan,
EEEE, Boston, Beach, Dancin, CH.
CREW NEVER LOSE YOU! Thanks
MOM&DAD & Albie & U.J.
Michael James Kelleher
"Class of 90" Marathon Monday-
Top of the hill(B.O) Captiva + Ne-
braskians + Let's Burn! "New Years
Night 89" Hey boys meet "Lenny
Dice Clay" "Prom Night" — Ski
Trips = Sunday River (Ohmie watch
the last trolley step) Football #56,
Later D.H.S. Thanx mom&dad.
Hoop #23. Remember DQ, Around
the horn JFS, Pong with Bo, Scotty is
the real Big Guy, Dan and Mike-Neg-
ative, Negative, Sulliban's class
(Tutty-Sweety), Mark gets the Vul-
can, A.B.-I won't forget you. Thank
you Mom, Dad and Brian. Later
Christopher J. Keller
Miss you A, J, B, B, B, D, S, A, A, K, C.
No more late night fishing, if you
need a ride call me 4:30 a.m. Rides to
school in greenmachine were fun
one day we'll make it on time. Never
forget beach nights, Prom 89, BR's,
MP's, JM's, Later Bear, I love you M,
D, J, A, P, B.
The wheel is great, the stridex work
and the air shoes are comfortabl
but the no-spill coffee mug is tl
best. Keep the chest thrust whi
"Hangin' out", in Montreal. Mick
is a headbanger. The silver bullet w
live forever. CLUB A.F.A.T.
B, C, A, K and rest gang I'll miss you!
N.J., Beach Nights, N.H. Summer 89
best! CITGO, M.J.,Beks house,
Shower Carolyn? Buda, Guido, Bye
Aim, remember my split and the sun-
rises! Thanks Mom, Dad, J,T, "Offer
up your best defense, this is the end
of the innocence."
Julie Floris Kilgour
"True happiness comes when you
can look at yourself and like what
you see." Thanks to all my friends,
(you know who you are). I couldn't
have done it without you! Thanks a
million: Mom, Dad, Ross, Ian, Sarah,
and Kim. I love you.
John + Nicole Forever and Always-
The Stones 9/29/89-Stevie Nicks,
Nicole how's the lawn-JL, NH, JT get
some eyedrops "Class of 90" time to
go out in the real world. Thanks
Mom, Dad, Deb, Tim, Sue, Greg, and
Nicole!!! See ya lata.
John R. Lagace
Maureen E. Lawless
"Who knows how long this will last,
or how we've come so far so fast-but
somewhere back there in the dust,
that same small town in each of us"-
Thanks everyone! Love you Mom,
Dad, Meg, and Tom.
B-ball 89-90 #21, JW: 3 golds/2 sil-
vers/world record. CM:summer 87
hop along twins, smallfry: summer b-
ball, powder in fan & eating w/Mike.
Roxanne: good luck w/knees & b-
ball. Brian, I love you & always will.
Thanx M & D. Good Luck Steve.
This isn't the end, it's only the begin-
ning. The Good times will always be
there, the bad times Forgotten. Who
knows what the Future holds but I
am willing to find out. Summer 89.
Thanx Mom and Dad. Good Luck Jon
Danielle Jayne Longley
All my friends from S.H.- D.S. E.A.
L.J. T.D B JR'S Beach. Pit!!!
S.D.M.C.A. Quincy rides getting lost.
SSW/S. My house. "How do ya fig-
ure?" "Sucks to be you!" paul-
"you?" My Mustang. Main, Vin-
cents, Scott Ritz I love you! Thanx
Mom, Dad, Sunny, DDTJ I love you!
Later, Bye. Remember the Dead!
Summer 89. SHAYTAY, Hot men-
,Hot cars made for us Lawna, Ba, Ba,
Ba, Ba, Ba Babareno. Cheeba
Cheeba. You want to? Sergio Bastan-
te,what a guy. Yma, beware of Mr.
"Today, if a smile comes to you that
perhaps you can't explain, it's be-
cause we're outa here!!" Thanx ev-
eryone, especially Jackie, Cheryl,
Danielle, Sheryl, Lauri + Kim. Re-
memba-Great Woods, Saquish,
Roadtrips, Labor Day, Soccer #11,
Prom. ..etc. Thanx Ry-I love ya,
Thanx M & D!!!
Seniors 2 1
Our destinies await, Divide and con-
quer, life is what you make of it, so
make it while you can, Heading to
the great white north, skeet, frees-
tyle, Maine, jeeves mobile, Mac Mo-
bile, Co Pilot, silver bullet, Copper
Brian G. MacKenzie
\ iiii J
It's amazing, I'm still alive after all
this time driving with Jeff! Remem-
ber walking home from Jim's! The
"Pit and Superfly"!! Watercountry-
what a night Red-huh! Graduation
Night '89-ugg! Get a job Big Toe.
Thanks for everything Mom and
friends, I owe ya!
Hoop, M.B.J.C. =Abes, DQ, Hey
buddy. Did someone say tunnel? "It's
better to aim high and miss, than to
aim low and hit." Thanks Mom and
Love y'all so much Dad, Mom, Rob,
Gram, Deb, Bro, Shandy, Tex. Look
out world here I come! Freedom at
last! Texas here I come. Thanks for
good times, I will NEVER forget you,
Ken, Rob, Terisa. Love is forever! Bye
Forever! I'm gona miss ya Mike!
Traci A. MacWalter
Don't you feel a change coming From
another side of time Breaking down
the walls of silence Lifting shadows
from your mind -Santana. Summer
89 The Dead-Choice Point-hot cars-
Exit 9-thanx Steve!! Ali-stay away
from blue monsters and evil flames.
Thanks M + D.
Fid Hky Bruins Amy "Going to the
Garden" #38 "What's he saying?"
nice try psychos Bugs "try Pauls?"
Don't hold back have a good time,
We'll make the rules up and break
them if we're not having fun Thanks
mom, dad, Jenna T + C.
Roll out the barrel .. Florida bound-
.. Where's the other kid .. KFC .. let
the good times roll.. Manny.. What a
neighborhood.. McDonald's.. Rolling
Stones.. I don't have a motorcycle!.,
tres ace.. LVN.. Captiva.
I'm outto here! Thank god. I can't
rake this place any longer. Thanks
for helping me through Pete W,
Mom, Dad, Christine, Mike C, Jim L.
How bout YA shadester. Hey Phan-
tom who's the missing link? Who
luvs YA Babe? Hey Gumby and
Booser you're a liquid? Hey Dad lets
go fishing. Jeff and Chris, got any
good jokes? Patty and Ryan and Rick
Keith Eric Mason
LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!
new = year! Hey Geek "look out she's
gonna hit us"!!! How's the party..
What party? Party-line! from Saint
Michaels!! Jos-b stylewomen, nice
red face-It's sunburned Burkey-Or-
lando 2 more days, BASEBALL ie-
gion §7, #5. M + D thanks.
Joseph H. Mattivello
G.J. T4E + EYELYA. 5-19-89. LA-
LALA. BINGO-RUDE AWAKENING.
CM = HJ W/CLS + WALL. R.E.M.
W/U. BUDDY-WOR +GW. H.H
THANX AIM, CORI, PEP, WALNUT,
WENNER. HAVE FUN HURRAH
WE'RE ALL FREE NOW. GOOD LUCK
HS finally over, the poker nights, Es-
capades in the Van. Allaire you Sally,
Collins you Margret, Putnam you are
just a Putnam. Remember all the
Beach partys, Nicks Waterskiing,
the Prom, Ha Ha the sparkles.
Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, all
those who were there.
Karen Diane McCann
What a long strange trip it's been,
and now I am outta here, Lata DHS.
Thanx MARUSHKA, you don't..do
you? um no! Hold onto my what?
Thanx a million M + D, J + B, D, S, C I
Love! AND DON'T FORGET-CAP-
TAIN CNDM. WENDY?!
'Class of 90' football #57 capt. Reg-
gaefest 89 Lumpy, Suze + Joe swim-
ming? Hey *#%? whats up!? Joey
M. what a fellow. Deno = party ani-
mal =meathead #2. where ya been?
Beachin it everyday!! L.B. 'Ever been
arrested before nope never'. "I have
been comfortably numb" luv ya
M + D Thanx. ..I'm going to col-
Liver Curdling Summers; Skitrips!
My homeboy Posse Led-Zep;
C.H.E.B.A., the chase-9:51, OD +
Gagie 9 min to closing CC. C + D at
the T. Zimo, Schmelly, Dex (Patch),
Davey T. + D. mobile, Dade, Drake,
Mook, Mike, ham-Ed, Skooch, +
Miss Whata Hassel P.D.B.F.H. #66!
Hey you guys this doesn't look the
same. See you later! Thanks Mom +
"9/22/89" "C.C" is a "B" from F.I. &
Co. "It's so hard to stay together
through revolving doors, you need
someone to talk to and someone to
sweep the floors." The Pit, Thanks
Mom, Dad, Angus, Bon, Alex,
Gaddy, Neil, and the Hermit, T-Bone,
Mully, & Brother Hans.
Timothy M. McDonough
Kathryn Jane McGirr
"Hey Jen! I can do this corner at 45
mph!" SMALL H.S. BF and UMASS
BF!! Great summer at the Hill -So
Rob, when do we leave for Mex? I
love you! Thanx Mom, Dad, Graham,
and Shannon-I love you all.
Hockey #7 This is ugly; get ready to
fight boys. Football #33 DR. DEATH.
"I almost pulled it off but the other
girl knows, I'm DEAD" Bash at Mcl-
saac's, "Barry we didn't get caught"
I'll make you proud, Dad. I miss you.
Lights + Red + Skills. It's finally
over!! (H20 Country) Red best D.D.,
Lights is Mom out with Dan? Skills
360 on Mayflower!! July 4, 1989.
Thanx Todd for the good times. Cop-
gratulations. Skills Dino's House.
(W.N.A.B.) Let's roll a barrel in Jeff's
"Well my feet they finally took root
in the earth but I got me a nice little
place in the stars." -Bruce Spring-
steen, Feb. 25, 1988, The Dalai Lama
himself, Jah! Many, many great
times Kev, Thanks Mom, Dad and
Maureen. Good luck to everyone!
David M. Metzler
The Drugstore Queen! LHS 86-88
Leadership Academy, MASP (Ben,
Jim, Eric!) Yogurt, Promfish! Augie,
Jules, Toto, R.B.? CS.SC ("I am but a
BIG voice...") TT ("Remember how
you do here will affect the REST OF
YOUR LIFE!") Adieu, Adieu, Auf
Wiedersain, Gesundheit, Farewell!
John R. Mclsaac
"B.B.B." Dino's turn "Hey get the ...
Oh come in officer" No more
"Dances", Ya, I quit! Call Matt,
"Hoggin"', "Boyz in the Hood" Dino,
Dex, Tower, Schoochi, Hummer,
Zimo, Humes, Gage, Tony, Mike,
Jack: Later!! "I do understand" Ni-
cole "BFF". Psychos, Later! Let's get
Natalie Ann Merry
"Every day, the sun; and. after sun-
set, Night and her stars. Ever the
wind blows; ever the grass grows. Ev-
ery day, men and women, convers-
ing-beholding and beholden." -Ralph
The Psychos "Let's try Pauls" Bugs.
"Friends Forever" The Fourth 89'
"Secret Rendezvous" "Here Kitty,
Kitty" "L. is for left" "We can't do
THAT on the highway." Christy has
them. "Bat mobile" "Our coffee
Runs" Bob, thanks for the memories.
Love and thanks M&D.
Susan Lousia Milewski
DHS Blast for 4 years. Soccer #1
State Champs 88 #21. Hello CP
Geek. Aqua, Mac, Starman, John,
Gillis, Friend, Mikes. Mr. Fer-
nandes'& Cushing's Classes. SABER-
HAGEN Cy young. Bo MVP H.A.
Dougie yeah 18 and life to go. Tark-
lin PONG Keller people. CAM.
Thanx M and D. See ya
Lynn, Kris, Mic, Maura, Ericka,
Stacy-Well guys we did it! Look
ahead at the future, but glance back
on our memories with a smile. Glenn
I will always Love you! Scott, Mom,
and Dad thank you for all your love
and support, you're the best!
Danielle M. Moules
iDennis Michael Moloney
The time has come, later Bruce, Paul,
Mike, Shea, Ben, Christen. Roxanne-
Girl I'm Gonna Miss You! Beastie
Boys! DMC EPMD to the Boyz in the
hood. It's strictly business from here
on out. I'm half way there, 18 and life
Lata DHS-9th grade Hist, Lit, Arts!
Hey kid Neighba loser, 5b lunch the
best! Summer of '89. Fun in the sun.
Up in Dover with Traci, Cath and
Rich. Rick at the beach super hot!
Waterfront and Morton Park and
Eric. It's finally over.
Good Evening, Sept. 22 1989
DANCE. Thanks Soph. All the world
is a stage and you are the everything.
REM April 16 Sept 16 the Garden,
Great Woods. Best shows. Jess and
Dan are best fans!! "CC" is a B from
"Fl" and CO.
It was nice being here, but not too
sad about leaving! See everyone lat-
er. G. luck Ben, Ron, Brian, Gary, Joe.
Field Hockey. "The Psychos", Lets
try Paul's. "Bugs" Nice Bonnie!
Mexico '88. New Hampshire. Love
Yah CJS. Stop knockin'...Kick in the
head. Lets get out of this place. I've
got many rivers to cross. Love you
Mom, Dad, Rob and all my friends.
Leigh N. Newman
Elizabeth P. Murphy
"The Psycho's" Hey bugs! Our time
has come to say goodbye after al
these years. Don't forget all the great
times! I'll never forget ya guys! Jen G.
you'll always be my B.F.F. I love you
K.T.- "I'm "2-1" your girl" Mom and
Dad thanks for everything! You're
the best! I love you!
Jennifer Lynn Needham
"I've discovered its not what the
world brings to you but what you
bring to it"-Anne of Green Gables
#40 football, baseball "Had enough"
Jack great breakfast! Thanks for eat-
ing it Zim! "Buthead Bone" What a
boatride schmelly! "Sunday River
89" "I just want to ski" Love ya log!
TAZICIDACVIC (ANG) Reap it! Love
ya Mom and Dad!
Karl M. Ohmstede
Long days and nights on the beach-
Summer '89 /Manomet-Busted-
Thanks Dan! /Feb. 88-Three little
pigs/Winwood, REM, H.J., /P-
town = The captain/The common-
summer 88/B-fest 89/Bear 2 Duck-
s/Tennis courts-TTW/Thanks Wen-
dy, Tricia, Kim, Missy, Cori, and
Kristel-We've had the time of our
lives! /Thanks Mom and Dad!
Tara N. Pepin
Troy Damon Piedade
To the Compton Posse. Ski Trip. Bye
girl FRIENDS. '"Cause in the darkest
depthof Mordar, I met a girl so fair;"
"Think to how it was, then again it
will be; though the course may
change sometimes, rivers always
reach the sea." Led Zeppelin
"You'll never walk alone", KBBBA,
Love to the Wrights, Caroleeny. B.B.,
M. J., Guido, Free Falling, Elvis Lives,
Edie, Cementhead, Mom, Bva,
Blecca, whant whoa, citgo, Endless
Nights. The memories we're making
today, can't compare to those of yes-
terday, BYE AMY, love ya'll, lata
Carolyn M. Pizaura
Life is better than the days behind,
whats mine is yours and whats yours
is mine, no aggravation that we can't
get through, a situation for the lucky
few...Thanx for your support Mom,
Dad, Noelle and Terri. Jill, Liz, Ron
and John, Love You Always!
Bye Bye Duxbury High! 4 years of
misery, thought we would DIE; We
leave to start anew. Hit the road jack
I'm not coming back, GL: KM, RL,
DM, PT, BM, BR, TM and all!!!
Jon, Pete, Matt, Matt, Michelle-We
had good times. Remember water-
melon weekend, fooz-ball "Life
moves pretty tost, if you don't stop
and look around you could miss it."
Take off you hoser! Am I buggin you
don't mean to bug ya! Dueger, Sally,
Andrew J. Putnam
Be an optimist instead some how
happiness will find you forget what
happened yesterday I know that bet-
ter things are on the way. Kathy care-
ful Hammocks Lizzy yur prissy -
heath checkers 13 Leigh pooman
KaKa meggan whie flutterbutters
U.V.M. X3 HS and CS T.M.B. Thanx
JAMIE: THOSE SAT AFTERNOON
BOAT RIDES WHAT A BLAST...
A.F.A.T. ... JON WE MISSED YOU...
ST. CATERINE'S STREET, MON-
TREAL ... THE MELONS ARE RIPE
AND THE TACO'S ARE HOT ... F# ...
THANXS FOR EVERYTTHING
MOM + DAD... LOOK OUT WORLD
HERE I COME.
A British Student!
Susan, Dana, Amy, Frnds 4eva! T
the gang, ILY always! 3?? Hing, T>
Lowell, Buddha, Guido, Betty, Bobb*
Beach Nights, Bva, Stairs!! Prom
Summer '89, Famous, Life's bee
good, Subeda Deriga, Bye Amy! IL
MDB, At my feet eternity draws eve
sweeter plans for me...
Rebecca Skye Riordon
Bruce Michel Reed
My Antic -Every time I see you fall-
ing, I get down on my knees and pray,
I'm waiting for that final moment, to
say the words that I can't say.
Thomas W. Richards
First Impressions Cancel. Tour. CC
B-FI. So Loanstar.
Good Luck '90 It's hard to let go of i
that we know/ Hurled from my hor
into the unknown. A.I.W.A.F.Y.
Soccer #36. Hersh, Carlos, & D
(B.U.S.C.P.G.), gurgling f ish-T4E Jei
Jammin' at Matt's (Big Oaf), S. ]
(T.B.L.H.), Jo (T4BT), J.S. (T. Mr. C
S.H.) Thanks Mom, Dad, Vin a |
"If you love someone set them free.
If they return, they're yours. If they
don't, they never were." Hey Renee!
"What mokes you act so?" "This is
true!" Oh... you knowit!!! Gwin
"How's ya laugh?" Don't forget Gwe-
dabone! Love ya always: Blondie,
Ronnie, Tony, Gram, Gramps, Mom
. Dawn Michelle Rose
Psycho's-BFF! Let's try Pauls, July
4th, adventures, bugs, sneakin' out,
Reggae '89, Bus Indi 500, no serious-
ly. .shady, my oven-D.G., my brother,
Luv you Ant, Thanx CM. and guys,
Sue I didn't, B.B.B., Florida, Thanx M,
D, Five Down...Chowmein!
Well Joanne you were right It was
fast. Karen, capt "?". KTH can I pull
a Kathrine? SEXY-Thursday. NEW
YEARS "88" 12/13/87-til the day I
die June '94 I luv u Bill, forever my
friends thanxs JM + Mommy, for-
ever is always.
ootball #44; Killah, MacQ: Sullibo's
lass, Kellah's this weekend? DQ,
Sufujuice, "YOU LOOK GOOD!"
Teddy C. :Goin' to Chelmsford? Puf-
erbellies, Doritos + Sis's YB.
Thanks Dad, Mom, Gretchen, Jeff +
ill the little people that made it all
possible. That's the news and I am
Ted J. Schlueter
Thanx M.D. & C. "The Barrel", Pe-
tro. Gun it, The Gouge, F.T.M., I ex-
ist... maybe, Cork! The beach, wo-
terskiing in Back R., Megs. Live your
life while you can! Thanx gang and
best friends-3rd grade, Disintegra-
tion, "The Cure"... See ya, P.S. cooler
found Busted Bud!
myself am strange and unusual."
— Beetlejuice, "I wear black on the
outside, because black is how I feel
on the inside." — Smiths, "It's so
easy to laugh, it's so easy to hate, it
takes strength to be gentle and
kind." — Smiths, See ya....
ZIMO; Football #79, Baseball; Ga-
gey, DEX, Hambone, Smelley, Pablo,
Dave, Hig, Ohmy McL; WHAT'S UP?
Paul's Boiler Room! L.D.C.; Patcho-
chio; Marathon Day on the Hill; Reg-
gae Fest; The Green Grimace; Psy-
chos! McL. Bash! J.P. '89, it was ugly!
I love you Mom, Dad, John, Tommy,
"It is hard to know when to give or
take but I love each day like each
mistake." -Johnny Dee. "You are
making odds on my destruction" my
twin -Jerry Mitchell: Three O'clock
Derek Steven Simpson
"No matter how cynical I get, I just
can't keep up." -Lily Tomlin. "If ig-
norance is bliss, this is Eden." "This
monkey's gone to heaven." -Pixies.
C, K, B, B, B, A, S, D, A, A, J, K, M
together till the end of time. BVA,
beach '89, End of Innocence, B-all
our MOM, C-thank you for your sup-
port, Bye Amy! PBR, K-gekin, sum-
mer '89 Don't stop thinking about to-
morrow. I LU M, D, &L.
A man who has tried to play Mozart,
and failed, (Woodwind Quintet!)
through that vain effort comes into
position better to understand the
man who tried to paint the Sistine
Madonna and did. Remember the
sectionals! Opening Set!
"We're just two lost souls swimming
in a fishbowl year after year" -Pink
Floyd. ..You guys are loaded/BB-J/
Dirty Larry-Soccer/ So anyway Hi-
JSTMS/ The Jeff Dance-4th/ Ted
this is kinda cool/ Thanx Mom &
Dad/ It's been real guys-MJCTSK &
Karen/ The Van.
Jennifer E. Stiles
Look out here we come, we finally
made it! Good luck to everyone, I'll
miss you all! Tom-I love you always!
"Kat-not 45 mph! AGH!" SMALL!
Mom, Dad, Sarah-I love you guys.
Thanks for everything.
Thanx to my family here and there
and to all of you; I'll never forget you
"Imagine no possessions, I wonder ii
you can; No need for greed or hun
ger, a brotherhood of man; Imagine
all the people sharing all the
world..." -John Lennon.
Justin Andrew Stratton
Hey Class of 1990, do what you dc
best: Party! Hockey Team, keef
fighting and scoring. McKid, gooc
luck at U.S.F. Dennis, keep the block
To live is the rarest thing in the
world. Most people exist and that is
all. Never stop striving for your
dreams. Mom and Dad, thank you
John A. Sutherland
"Don't hide what you feel inside,
Don't let anybody stand in your
way." Love you Mom, Dad, Rich and
Amy! Thanks for beleiving in me.
Love, Learn, Try to forget, 10 True
Colors Nik It's a given! 61-70-num 5 -
This is the time Honestly! Tray, so
Riduculous -Bouncy SL -ID -KGIG-
GLES -summer T.S. -88-89 Lost 7-3 -
Thanx Amy -I luv Mom, Dad, Mim,
Cet, Rog, Punky! Finally my Dream,
Janice Mary Tougas
Jane E. Symington
It's the end of the world as we know
it. Bill, I couldn't have done it without
you, I love you forever.
Let the good times roll! * FLORIDA*
Laur-nice music! Sue Top Gun! Mat
BC! Rini Mshrd Fair! Jen orange hair?
Pizza anyone? Let's go cruzin luv ya
Mom + Dad thanx Bill Marie Jim!
Beastie Boys, Van Halen, Slick Rick,
"S.A.C. Forever!" Hablo Hasido, Bob
Goldthwait, "Yo Pre Kick in the
Bass!" Brother Francis, Bruce Dennis,
All Republicans, Skiing, Juasaurus,
"Fresh for 1990 you suckers!" BDP
Bad times can get tough, but the
good always overcome them.
Thanks for everything Dad, Mom,
and Kim. I love you. Roy you're the
greatest, I'll love you forever.
Burke's Bunch, Cabin N.H., B.K.
gonna scream, Bok hair, lifeflat,
Buda is Buda Buda 3, Cats, Bok's
House 3, Fridge, Becca's K.S. babble,
J.T. cuffs, Tray ice cream yummy,
shame 2x, California. When I leave
this land of never, never, I'll have
alot of living ahead.
Monica Lee Vidette
Soccer 86-89 "Keep"-Carla B-
Friends, Road trips, Labor Day, Sum-
mer 89! -Kim I can drive, Mark's
House, Skiing. Jessica sunsplash,
Pat's house. Christen this isn't good!
Gotta chat Nancy! Hal thanx for be-
ing there. Scott, Prom 89 Movies, al-
most 3. Good times, to come! G.L.
John -Thanx M + D.
"Red Mazda's only on Tuesdays
'Owayo" Who? Humma Who
Spike "sucks" "Urma, what are yo
doing behind the tree?" "I want
DISHP AN!" "Ernie + Bert" "look oil
Gins night out," "Trick or Treating^
"3 Amigos" "This is the end of th
Melissa M. Weatherbee
But it was only a fantasy -Manomet-
Busted! Feb. 88 Let the good times
roll! / On the common /Steve Win-
wood, HJ, R.E.M., + The Captains-
/Long days on the beach. /3 little
pigs. Tennis courts-TTW/B.Fest
89/Bear-2 ducks/Thanx Don! Wen-
dy, Tara, Kim, Kristel, Cori-We had
the time of our lives. /Thanx M + D
Friend S. Weiler
If we meet again, well, then we'l
smile, and if not, then this partin;
was well made. Predator, triangle
Mr.Peabody, Fred Garvin, Hocke
87-88 Soccer 88, Scrambled Eggs
The Pear. Shipyard Lane. Honk
Honk! 6/28/88 I Love You Meridith
Thanks Mom and Dad.
the way to have a friend is to be
e." Hel lo. Best Thing. EEEE KFC
D 2 Boston, Beach, Sunapee, Piz-
, Cheech, Ditto. BBall player or the
me? Community clothes. Berries
bilee. Puma. Falmouth, Boat,
lanks Jen, Sheryl, Cheryl, Kim,
GN143CB7N7 CH CREW NEV-
LOSE YOU. Thanks M + D, E & C
jsan Margaret Wells
"Give me 8 million in small un-
marked bills or the Big Guy revokes
my contract." -Oral Roberts.
"Someday these childish dreams
must end, to become a man and grow
to dream again" -Bruce Springsteen.
Thanks Mom, Dad and Williams
Crew. Always and forever Prom
'88 + '89. State Champs. Opening
Night for Springsteen. Best Buddy
Dave. Fightin' Irish. Shadoobi, Shat-
tered. Wild Horses, We'll ride them
Kevin Michael Williams
ckey — Live to play, play to live;
liting for a star to fall (Squidge);
in in the Summertime; Love ya
Eddy; Bucky; Pals; Norm; Water-
Wle; Fireworks; Help me; Be my
csen if you know what I mean; I
in't eat that biscuit; Thanx Mom,
Lynn Carole Williamson
Danielle, Kris, Mic, Maura! "Walk
forever by my side, you'll always
have my shoulder to cry on. Make
the best of the future, it's all we've
got, but never forget the past and
what it's given you." Thanks Mom,
Dad, Gary, Amy & Jill. I love you.
Taking a Break
"Yes we ARE #1!! Antonio Andrews, Paul McCar-
thy, and Mike Kelleher.
"Hey dude. What's happenin'?"
Watching the game intently are Missy Harrington
and Kim McCafferty
Kim Meyer, Derek Simpson, Missy Schortmann,
and Jill Erickson smile as they read the morning
"Hello, we're here for your daughter." -Sean
Wenham and Ted Schlueter.
Becca Riordon and Jen Hardy — Holding up the fort!
"D-We are the Dragons!!!" Girls' Soccer
'89 — Abby Brothers and Carlo MacFarlane.
Walk Forever by My Side
Jen Kassatly, Cori Ford, Cheryl
Horton — Livin' it up at the Junior
"This is the last picture, I promise!" Danielle
Dobecki & Sean Wenham, Jim Sampson & Jes-
sica Alabiso, Jen Kassatly & "Lou", Abby
Brothers & Chris Keller.
"Hi,ociffer," says Joe McCarthy.
"Glory Days" with Dave Metzler, The Boss, and
Kim Adler and Aimee Casale "Forever by my
"LET'S GO!!" says Maureen Lawless & Joe
Mattivello, Jen Laramee & Scott DeNicola as
they wait patiently.
Seniors 4 1
Friend Weiler gives it a
he's got on Field Day.
The Beginning of Duxbury Shannon Boyd, Cori Ford, Sheryl Binney, Friend Weiler, Susan
Greatness! Jim Sampson Jenn Hannon, Susan Wells, Jen Kassatly Wells, Jon Cressman:
"Hear no evil, speak no
evil, see no evil."
Out and About
Gwin Jacques, Dawn Rose, Wendy Jamieson - Lounging out on a Saturday afternoon are Kristle
"CHEESE!" Jensen and Tricia Wall.
Kritten Prebola, Gina Alteri and Dawn Rose hang
out at a football game.
In Memory of
Adios, Te Echaremos de
(Goodbye, We Will Miss
Oh, in the end of December.
How slowly the days passed,
I lost my dearest friend, he
in a tragic end.
Jason we will miss you.
We hope you will guide us,
keep us with you.
Someday, we will look up
know, Jason's smiling as we
Senior class officers-Jen Stiles V.P., Chris Bird Sec, Friend
Weiler Pres., Maureen Lawless Treas.
Homecoming King and Queen-Ted Schleuter and Missy Harring-
Duxbury's claim to fame-Bill Curly announces B.C. as his future desti-
Lucinda Phillips whispers to Missy Heath
'How's that sub, Doug?"(Doug Hick)
An everyday scene at "Break'
Sarah Ritch and Amy Curtin having Margot Salmela and Sarah Parrino: the smiling two-
fun at field hockey! some!
Brian Austin, Joe Foley, Jason Laramee, Geoff
Lister, Chad Tassell, and Jared Noonan all chow
down at lunch!
Class Officers: President Aimee Scanlan, Treasurer Jenna Vajcovec,
Secretary Nicole Tangney, and Vice President Whitney Orwig.
"PALS!" (Krista Reagan, Heather Brinkert, Sarah Leahey and
Duxbury Free Library
Tim Flannigan and Megan Leydon hanging out in the halls
Matt Stewart and Todd Barker hard at work
Chanda St. Denis
ft ^ Ck
Class Officers: Jon MacQuarrie
(Vice President), Josh Solomon
(President), Ali Barber (Secretary),
and Neil Zoltowski (Treasurer)
Working hard Sarah? (Sarah Benjes)
if Dudes! (Chris Andrew and Tim Floyd)
Peek-a-Boo!! (Margaret Gpham)
Nice drawing Shelly! (Shelly McNeil)
Hey! Lunch! (Alex Chin, Matt Chin, and
Mary Kate Dunn
Treasurer Peter Breen, Vice President Megan Driscoll, Secre-
tary Kate Saunders, and President Dave Luscko.
Which one of these kids is not like the others? (Ceccare
twins and Kelly Desmond.
Chris St. Pierre
Future artists?: Andrea Hamel and a friend.
Rebecca Browne poses for the camera.
Kevin Kennedy, Dave Macneil, Bobby Hitchins, Jordan Montminy, and
Jody Starr on their way back to class.
Mark Jordan tries to remember his combination.
Would you just take the picture, please. Amy Pierce and Sarah Tarbox.
The Three Amigos: Dave Macneil, Andy Leonard, and Erik Koplovsky.
I sit in silence,
Staring at a blank wall,
The white turns gold, then red,
Red is the color of fury, of war and of hate, I recal
I flash it green.
Green is the color of simplicity and nature; of life.
But with life comes death and sorrow
A shadow passes over the wal
I try to will it back to white.
White: the color of innocence,
Before it turns corrupt and sour.
It shows no color, just an emptimess
I close my eyes and decide
I will buy a picture to hide
What I no longer wish to see.
like bananas too. Ami Hanigan and Chris Ott
by Maria Lehman
WE'VE GOT THE SPIRIT!
"Yeh-Whatever." Joe Foley
"You don't say?" Sara McClellan, Laura Dwyer
Dr. Donald Dr. John Hill Kathleen
Mary Lagerstedt Bette Greene Cynthia Locke
Joseph O'Neil Ann Collins
Margaret Gibson Flora Logie
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SOMETIMES YOU KICK,
SOMETIMES YOU GET
With seven starters returning from their 1988 Division II
State Championship team, the Dragon boys looked to contin-
ue Duxbury Soccer's winning tradition. Led by Captains elect
Jon Cressman, Friend Weiler, and Mike Bonner, the Green
Dragons started out on the road to the South Shore League
Title. The Dragons started out slow, tying Rockland 1-1 in the
season opener, but improved greatly over the next few
weeks, erasing the question marks that arose after the sea-
son opener. The Dragons were led by forwards Jon Cressman,
Mike Foley, and Greg Gammons who were supported by an
Ail-Star halfback line consisting of Mike Bonner, Andy Dow-
nin, and Friend Weiler. Defenders Kevin Williams, Scott Mac-
Quarrie, Joe Foley, and Pete Collins played solid defense all
season in front of goalies Sean Wenham and Dennis Mo-
loney. Those who didn't see as much playing time as the
others contributed to the success of the team both on and off
the field. The Green Dragons finished the season with an
impressive 15-0-2 record and were crowned (once again)
South Shore League Champions. The Duxbury team placed
six of its starters on the South Shore League Ail-Star Team,
and Jon Cressman was voted the best player in the South
Shore League. The Dragon Boys also established the second
longest unbeaten streak in Duxbury history. From 1988-89,
the Boys went 41 games without a loss. With the coaching of
Foster Cass, the depth of this year's bench, and the spirit of
Duxbury High School, the Dragons look to continue the win-
ning tradition of Boys' Soccer in the years to come.
Above, Coach Cass gives some half-
Left, Sean Wenham stops the ball.
SSL Champs:(front row l-r) Alan Tenney, Hal Pugmire, Greg Gammons,
Kevin Williams, Captains Mike Bonner, Jon Cressman, and Friend
Weiler, Jason Laramee, Mike Foley, Scott MacLellon, Pete Collins-
;(back row l-r): Luca Battu, Colin Heward, Mike Walsh, Dave Metzler,
Andy Putnam, Sean Wenham, Dennis Moloney, Scott MacQuarrie, Joe
Foley, Doug Hick, John Crowley, Kevin Moore, Andy Downin, Mike
Manganello, Coach Foster Cass.
Mike Bonner makes a corner kick.
EVERYONE WAS A WINNER
The Girls' Varsity Soccer Team has always been very solid, but
this season they went from solid to solid GOLD. Coach Pat Shea
and Captains Carta MacFarlane, Danielle Rosalia, and Sheryl Bin-
ney led the girls to a victorious season. Starting off on the right foot
with a 4-0 win over the defending State Champs Rockland, this
foreshadowed what was to come. As the season progressed, so did
the victorious team. The Girls remained undefeated throughout
the season, and clinched the South Shore League Title again. By
mid-season, before they even knew it, the Girls qualified for the
State Tournament, entering it with a 17-0-1 record. Now that the
season was over, the girls prepared themselves for Tourney Time.
The first round was a bye, and they entered the Tournament in the
second round, or quarterfinals, and defeated Marian 2-0. Soon
came the Semifinals, and the Girls met their match with Dover-
Sherborne, by whom they were defeated. Although the Girls ended
with a loss, they still remained undefeated in the South Shore
League, and had one of the best seasons in Duxbury Girls' Soccer
history. Senior members included the 3 captains Carla MacFarlane,
Danielle Rosalia, and Sheryl Binney, Abby Brothers, Tara Pepin,
Jessica Alabiso, Susan Wells, Shannon Boyd, Cheryl Horton, Jen
Kassatly, Missy Harrington, and Jackie Wait; The two junior mem-
bers were Nancy Mclsaac and Leanne Bradley; Sophomores in-
cluded Kim Fanning, Shelley MacNeil, and Ashley Weisner; and
there were five freshman members: Priya Costa, Kelly Desmond,
Kate Saunders, Kristen Lucier, and Megan Driscoll.
South Shore League Champs:(front row l-r) Susan
Wells, Jen Kassatly, Abby Brothers, Tara Pepin,
Captains Carla MacFarlane, Sheryl Binney, and
Danielle Rosalia, Shannon Boyd, Cheryl Horton,
Missy Harringtion, Jessica Alabiso, Jackie Wait-
;(back row l-r): Adrienne Gaynor, Kristen Lucier,
Katie Saunders, Shelley MacNeil, Nancy Mclsaac,
Ashley Weisner, Leanne Bradley, Kelly Desmond,
Megan Driscoll, Kim Fanning, Priya Costa, Coach
Pat Shea, Trainer Michelle.
"Hey guys, what's so funny?"
Freshman Megan Driscoll:"Give that ball a boot!"
"We are number 1,HEY! We are number l.HEY!"
SSL All-Star Abby Brothers.
BORN TO RUN
In what was slated early on as a "rebuilding year", the DHS
Boys' Cross Country team surprised a great number of peo-
ple, including Coach Reggie Clark. After losing many of its top
runners from the previous season, the team received the
support that it needed from its youth. Led by Senior Captain
Mark Johnson, along with Junior Chris Hojlo, and Freshman
Brian Dowd, the team pulled off a 9-4 record, losing a tough
tri-meet in Whitman-Hanson. Junior Co-Captain Peter Del-
Prete, Chad Luce, Dave Brough, and Charlie Bornheimer also
contributed to postseason success, along with Senior Torsten
Hasselmann and Chris St. Pierre. Although unable to qualify
for the State Meet, the team exceeded all expectations, and
looks to improve tremendously. This year's team consisted of
Seniors Mark Johnson, Torsten Hasselmann, Paul Hahesy,
Bruce Reed, Paul Tougas, and AFS-ers Thibaut Dlez and Se-
bastian Gass. The Junior members were Chris Hojlo, Pete
DelPrete, Chad Luce, Charlie Bornheimer, Dave Braud, Eric
Spinney, and Chris Mercer. Also contributing to the team
were sophomore Scott Janousek and freshmen Brian Dowd,
Chris St. Pierre, Mike Haley, Adam Kelly, and the Justins:
Justin Smith and Justin Bourne. The seniors will be missed, but
the juniors have high aspirations for stepping in and bringing
the SSL Title back to Duxbury next year.
The Teom:(front row l-r) Brian Dowd, Chris Hojlo, Copt. Mark Johnson, Capt. Pete DelPrete, Chris St.
Pierre;(middle row l-r): Charlie Bornheimer, Adam Kelly, Mike Haley, Justin Bourne, Justin Smith;
(back row l-r): Torsten Hasselmann, Sebastian Gass, Dave Braud, Chad Luce, Chris Mercer, Paul
Hahesy, Eric Spinney, Matt Hemple, Thibaut Diez.
The Captains: Pete DelPrete and Mark Johnson.
Torsten Hasselmann rounds the final part of the race.
Don't look so happy, guys!
The 1 989 Girls' Cross Country team had a great season
despite injuries, which played a considerable factor in their
running season. The team was small, consisting of only nine
runners. The senior runners were led by Jen Needham, fol-
lowed by Kristel Jensen, Susie Dowd, Amy Armstrong and
Senior Co-Captain Lynn Williamson. Juniors on the team
were Aimee Scanlan and Laura Murray, and the two Sopho-
more members were Co-Captain Kim Lehman and Jen Tou-
gas. The Lady Dragons were coached by Mark Dunn, and
they finished the season with only two losses.
Corss-Country Co-Captains: Senior Lynn Williamson and Sophomore Kim Lehman.
The team:(front row l-r) Aimee Scanlan, Co-Captain Lynn Williamson, Kristel Jensen, Coach Mark
Dunn.lback row l-r) Laura Murray, Susie Dowd, Jen Needham, Co-Captain Kim Lehman, Jen Tougas.
Above left, Amy Armstrong comforts Lynn Williamson.
Left, Jen Tougas points something out to Coach Dunn.
Below, Kristel Jensen and Susie Dowd relax after a tough run.
A TEAM EFFORT
With thirteen seniors graduating from last year's team, the 1 989 Drag-
ons billed this as a "rebuilding season". Unfortunately, the team began
with an 0-4-1 record. However, during the second half of the season,
they were able to go six games in a row without a loss, ending the season
with a 5-7-4 record (five of the seven losses were by only one goal). The
team was led by senior captains and returning starters Jen Grant and
Beth Murphy, who were both named to the South Shore League All-Star
Team. Starting forwards included Whitney Orwig, Maureen Lawless,
Kathryn McGirr and Beth Murphy. With some changes from last year's
positions, this year's starting half backs were Leigh Newman, Heather
Clancy and Jen Grant. At defense, starters included Aimee Casale,
Cathie Cooper and Sue Milewski. Rotating in net were Jessica Cassara
and Emily Barrett. Highlights of the season included ties to both league-
leading Dennis- Yarmouth and Sandwich. The Sandwich game was the
most exciting as Maureen Lawless converted a pass from Kathryn
McGirr with only 5 seconds left to tie the game. All members of the
team contributed to games throughout the season. Coach Saggese can
definitely look forward to a successful season for next year!
Offensive action in front of the net.
1989 Varsity Team: (back row l-r) Jessica Cassara, Sherrie Viens, Whitney Orwig,
Karen Nelson, Colleen Lawrence, Kerri Sheridan, Shayna Ford, Laurie Gustin, Amy
Gunnarson, Katie Ghiorse, Cathie Cooper, Emily Barrett, (middle row l-r): Maureen
Lawless, Sue Milewski, Heather Clancy, Aimee Casale, Nicole Sarro, Leigh New-
man, Christine Manning, Jen Barbetti, Kathryn McGirr. (front row): Captains Jen
Grant and Beth Murphy.
Coaches Heneghan and Saggese smile for the camera.
Beth Murphy breaks away from the opponent.
Senior team members Heather Clancy, Capt. Beth Murphy, Kathryn
MeGirr, Jen Barbetti, Nicole Sarro, Leigh Newman, Capt. Jen Grant, Ai-
mee Casale, Maureen Lawless, Sue Milewski, Christine Manning.
Junior members Catie Cooper, Sherrie Viens, Katie Ghiorse, Karen Nel-
son, Kerri Sheridan, Whitney Orwig, Jessica Cassara, Colleen Lawrence,
Once again, the Girls' Swim Team had a great year with a
record of 1 0-2. This highly spirited group of girls showed everyone
that they'd never given up despite some rough times. For the first
time in its three-year history, the team lost a dual meet and the
Southern Conference Championships, but this only made them
stronger. The highlight of the season was at the South Sectional
Meet where six girls placed in the top twelve: Susan DeLoid
placed 4th and 8th, Rini Edmunds placed 7th, Dana Gaughan
placed 9th, Lauren Conway placed 3rd and 4th, Laurie Miller
placed 10th, and the relay team of DeLoid, Conway, Miller, and
Amy Joyce placed 6th. This was Duxbury's revenge, receiving
3rd place overall, and beating their rivals New Bedford, who had
edged them out by only four points on two separate occasions.
The junior members:(front-back,l-r) Coleen Rafferty,
Katherine Mahoney, Erica Putnam, Andrea Daley,
Below, Kelly Dowd with a perfect Amy Joyce, Nichole DuPuis, Lauren Conway, Shan-
dive, non Hall.
WELCOME TO THE
The Dragon Football team got off to a rough start in 1 989,
managing to win only two of the first six games. The hard-
working team was victim to injuries, losing captains Ryan
Cavicchi and Joe McCarthy to season-ending leg injuries. At
2-4-0, the team could have easily folded, but instead they
came together and demonstrated their true capabilities. In
week seven, the Dragons traveled to D-Y to face the unde-
feated Dolphins. The Dragons played one of the greatest
games in Duxbury Football history, winning 15-14 in over-
time. Offensively, the team was led by the play of backs
Mike Hanlon, Karl Ohmstede, and Keith Dwyer; linemen
Rob Sieminski, Mike Kelleher, and John Nichols; and receiv-
ers Jack Mclsaac, Jim Sampson, and Paul Bracco. On de-
fense, linebacker Bob Higgins, Tony Andrews, and Paul Mc-
Carthy, along with backs Ted Corrigan and Matt Mazanec
all played their best! After the win at D-Y, the Dragons
defeated Scituate 21-7, and are improving every day. With
two games left, the team is confident in finishing the season
with a winning record of 6-4.
Ryan Cavicchi looks to break through the line.
#22 Mike Hanlon looks for the handoff as #56 Mike Kelleher
goes to block.
Coach Dellorco advises #83 Matt Mazanec.
The season began in June when, under the direction of
new coach Mrs. Bette Greene, tryouts occurred. Several
new girls made the squad which meant extra hard work for
all. In preparation for summer cheerleading camp we all
practiced three times a week in July at 6:30 a.m. After
establishing an almost completely new repetoire of cheers,
mounts, and dances, we polished them during August in
anticipation of football and soccer seasons. In addition to
cheering at games, the girls decorated locker rooms and
stands, provided the teams with good luck treats and par-
ticipated in homecoming rallies. Because of crippling injuries
to several key members at the end of the season, the team
was unable to participate in cheerleading competition.
"Smile Pretty!" Co-Captains Dan
ielle Dobecki and Cheryl Cenedella
"How do your knees feel?!"
The gang after the game:(front row l-r)
Katherine Hill, Amy Brault, Capt. Dan-
ielle Dobecki;(back row l-r): Sheryl
Thomas, Michaela MacDonald, Kerri
O'Connell, Joanne Achin, Capt. Cheryl
Cenedella, Keelin Moriarty, Debbie Far-
rell, Adrienne Hynek, Sarah Steinke,
Sophomore Keelin Moriarty:"G...O...GO
Megan Lawless leads with a right jab.
Despite many setbacks during the fall season, the winter cheerleaders
were back in full force. They practiced almost every day, but found it
difficult to get practice space between the wrestling and gymnastics
teams. This winter's squad had sixteen members. They included Sen-
iors: Co-captains Danielle Dobecki and Katherine Hill as well as Joanne
Achin, Abby Brothers, Cheryl Cenedella, and Amanda Eagan. Juniors
were Nicole Tangney and Sheryl Thomas. Sophomores were Amy
Brault, Megan Lawless, Keelin Moriarty, and Sarah Steinke. Freshmen
were Heather Johnson, Kristen Meagher, Maureen Metzler, and Christine
Zieser. Along with preparing for the hockey and basketball tournaments,
the squad also worked hard on many routines which they planned to use
in competition in March.
All smiles (front row l-r):Christine Ziezer, Abby Brothers, Keelin Moriarty,
Capt. Katherine Hill, Joanne Achin. Heather Johnson. Sara Steinke, Nicole
Tangney, Maureen Metzler; (back row l-r): Amy Brault, Megan Lawless,
Sheryl Thomas, Kristen Meagher, Capt. Danielle Dobecki.
Above, the cheerleading squad poses for
Top left, Captains Danielle and Katherine.
Middle left, The team cheers as the hoop
Bottom right, Coach Bette Greene with sen-
ior members (l-r) Joanne Achin, Danielle
Dobecki, Katherine Hill, and Abby Broth-
Bottom left: "Hold steady, guys!!"
The 1989-90 Boys' Basketball team had a tough act to follow this
year. Last year's team came home with DHS's first state title in
basketball. Losing seven players to graduation meant that the
remaining players had their work cut out for them. With only four
varsity players returning, nobody knew if the Dragons could do it
again in 1990. But they have one BIG factor on their side. A 6'9"
factor, to be specific: Boston College-bound, all-everything senior
Bill Curley. The only question is: "Can Curley carry Duxbury
alone?'' Coach Reggie Clark's answer is seniors Chris Keller and
Scott MacQuarrie, two players whose outside shots are like money
in the bank. Along with seniors Nate Thorn and Mike Bonner, these
starting five would be expected to play the majority of each game.
With reserves seniors Joe Mattivello, Jay Cobak, and Chris Do-
herty; juniors Charlie Bornheimer and Chad Luce; and sophomores
Brian Rountree, Jon MacQuarrie, and Andrew Whiteley; the team
was ranked # 1 in the Eastern Mass. Pre-Season. After a tough
regular season schedule and the Seagull Classic Tournament in
Philadelphia, Reggie's boys should be ready for the post-season
tourney, and come home from Worcester with back-to-back titles.
Nate Thorn goes for a difficult shot.
3 ^ ^31,
Div. II Defending State Champs :(front row It)
Chad Luce, Capt. Chris Keller, Capt. Scott Mac-
Quarrie, Mike Bonner. Joe Mattivello; (back row I-
r): Coach Mark Dunn, Jay Cobak, Nate Thorn,
Capt. Bill Curley, Chris Doherty, Charlie Born-
heimer. Manager Jim Sampson, Coach Reggie
Tri-Captains Chris Keller, Bill Curley, and Scott
Far right. Bill Curley concentrates on a foul shot.
Sophomores Brian Rountree and Jon MacQuarrie
intensely watch the game.
Captains Tara Pepin and Shannon Boyd are leading the girls through a
tough season. The team was off to a bad start with several injuries.
Senior Carla MacFarlane, one of the team's key players, was unable to
finish the season due to a previous soccer injury. However, their hopes
are set high for the future, with strong JV and freshman teams. The
varsity team consists of Seniors Jen Needham, Kim Lelakes, Sue Mi-
lewski, Kristel Jensen, Carla MacFarlane, Lynn Williamson and captains
Shannon Boyd and Tara Pepin. Junior members are Kristen Mangle,
Michaela MacDonald, Julie Osborne, and Jessica Cadogan.
Far right, Sue Milewski takes the
Right. Capt. Tara Pepin on the
Below. Capt. Shannon Boyd hopes
that Kristel Jensen's (right) shot
1 10 SPORTS
Above, Coach Dellorco explains the game plan.
Left, Michaela MacDonald snags the ball.
Middle left, the team: (front row l-r) Jen Needham, Michaela MacDonald, Sue
Milewski, Tara Pepin, Shannon Boyd, Kim Lelakes; (back row l-r): Kristen Nangle.
Carla MacFarlane, Julie Osborne, Jessica Cadogan, Lynn Williamson, Kristel Jen-
sen, Coach Dellorco.
Below left, Tara wipes the sweat off her face as Michaela MacDonald listens to
Kristel, Jessica, Kristen, and Julie watch the game intently.
The Duxbury Boys' swim team had a great season this year under
captains Brian Hammel and John Grandy. Coach Paul Miles had his
young and inexperienced team ready against the tough Southern Confer-
ence competition. Along with the two captains, a strong cast of Matt
Allaire, Brian MacKenzie, Sebastian Gass, Peter Hannon, Chris St. Pierre,
Rob Rindone, Mickey O'Brien, Chris Andrew, Jordan Montminy, and
Andrew Hedberg made this year's team one to be remembered.
Left, Brian MacKenzie takes the plunge.
Above, John Grandy doing the butterfly.
The 1989-90 season will be one of excitement and thrills. The team has a
strong nucleus led by their four captains Antonio Andrews, Jon Michols,
Derek Gage, and Dan DeWolf. With the support of many underclassmen,
the Dragons should have a successful season. Coaches Doug Bell and
John Duffy are working the team hard. The Dragon wrestlers are antici-
pating a good showing at the sectional and the state tournaments, espe-
cially from the captains, who should place in the top five. Whatever the
result of the season, the wrestlers live by their favorite saying: "Intensity
Above. Derek Gage determining his own fate.
Above right. Coach Bell cheers on the guys.
Far right, junior Geoff Lister.
Right, Antonio does some weightlifting with his
All smiles from top to bottom: Dan DeWolf. Antonio Andrews, Joe
Dellapi, Taylor Gregg, Chris White, John Hannon, Brendan Recupero.
PJ Pescarino, Geoff Lister, Glenn Frazier, Jon Nichols, Todd Centur-
ino, Kevin Dente, Derek Gage, Colleen Lawrence, and Coaches Doug
Bell and John Duffy.
After a slow start to the 1990 season with two losses to Scituate within
the first three meets, the Dragon gymnasts are coming back strong with
a mid-season record of 5-2. The team is led by co-captains Amy Ferson
and Jenn Hannon, along with all-arounds Jen Katz and Lori Coggeshall.
The strength of these guys combined with the depth of underclassmen
talent will hopefully result in an undefeated season (not including Sci-
tuate). The Duxbury gymnasts seem to be the most-spirited team in the
league, and will be something to watch over the next few years.
The team: (back row l-r) Ann Cobak, Melissa Mulligan, Capt. Jenn Hannon, Capt. Amy
Ferson, Amy Williamson, Colleen Coakley. (middle l-r): Laura Whitton, Jen Taylor, Kerri
O'Connell, Kelly Dowd, Jen VanHaur, Jen Wellman, Leslie Billingham. (front l-r): Debbie
Farrell, Jen Katz, Kate Gardner.
Hockey season for the Dragons has just reached its halfway mark. With a
record of 10-1-2, their only loss being to Division I powerhouse Plymouth,
they have already qualified for the tournament with their 4-2 win over
Abington. The team has managed to get by quite convincingly with a few
injuries, Chris Lambert, Scott McLellan, and Scott Erikson being the
more serious of them. The offense has been headed by Jon Cressman,
Peter DelPrete, and Sean Wenham, with heavy hitting and consistent
defense from seniors Dave Tower and Friend Weiler. The goaltending
has held strong with Jeremy Starr and Colin Heward splitting the games.
The team looks forward to finishing up the regular season with excite-
ment, in hopes of the tounament taking them to BU.
Center: Defensive action in front of the net.
Above: The team discusses their game plan.
Below: The team (front row It): Matt Long, Chris Johnson, Louis Ackerman,
Colin Heward, Jeremy Starr, Pete DelPrete, Brian Kelleher, Justin Stratton;
(back row l-r): Coach Dave Kispert, Manager Robert Hale, Brian Casey, Scott
DeMicola, Dave Tower, Jason Boyd. Shawn Vallee, Jon Cressman, Sean
Wenham, Friend Weiler, Charles Gilbert, Jack Mclsaac, Chris Lambert,
Scott Erickson, Managers Alex Chin and Andy Grimm, Coach Tom Walsh,
Band and Color Guard
The Marching Band, 85 people strong,
improved greatly this year and reached
their peak just as the season ended. Not
only did they play well but they formed
many intricate designs on the football
field. The colorguard also had a good
year and were able to perfect many
tricky moves which was thought to be
impossible last year. The Marching Band
has come a long way this year and they
definatley held their own with the best of
their division. With improvements made
this year it is assured that they will be
even better next year.
The band plays while the squad swings their flags
CONCERT BAND AND
With full instrumentation for the first time in 7
years, namely a bassoon and two oboes, the
conductor, Ric Madru, and the concert band
were prepared to work on serious concert
pieces like Christmas Festival by Leroy Ander-
son. The seniors in the band are: Gabe South-
ard, Chris Remick, Jay Sutherland, Paul Ha-
hesy, Jeff Harrison, Jeremy Kurek, Brian
Hammel, Brion Connelly, Matt Mulligan, Ja-
mie Hedberg, Chris Morin, and Keith Camp-
bell. After a successfull Montreal trip, in which
the orchestra took "best-overall orchestra",
Mr. Vinci the director is looking forward to a
very successfull orchestra. The seniors in the
orchestra are: Kerry Dowling, Chris Doherty,
Cheryl Cenendella, Jen Mulcahy, Gabe South-
ard, Paul Hahsey, Jeff Harrison, Matt Mulli-
gan, Brian Connelly, Keith Campell, Brian
The concert band and Mr. Madru.
AND JAZZ BAND
The String Quartet plays at all school concerts,
school receptions, art show openings, and other
town events. Alot of money made by the group
pays for the instruments and other materials
used by the orchestra. The quartet is directed by
Jim Vinci. This years members include: Kerri
Dowling, Adrienne Hynek, Mike Reiman, and
Anna Waldstein. Alternates are: Kerri Floyd and
The Jazz Band, under the direction of Mr.Madru,
had many new members this year. January, Feb-
ruary, and March was their competitive season
and each section had to have a sectional of their
own each week. All their hard work paid off, as all
their performances in the competiton were suc-
The french horns and trombones.
Andre Guillemin on the sax. The string quartet.
Mike Armour, Andre Guillemin, Sarah Benjes, and Rachael Pilla.
This years Thespian Troupe has been blessed with a
large number of freshmen adding many faces to
theater productions. Cinder the leadership of this
years officers-President Derek Simpson, Vice Presi-
dent Missy Schortmann, Treasurer Eric Gaynor, and
Secretary Kim Meyer, they are sure to go far. The
Fall Tournament of Plays was held at the end of
October with the Junior Class coming away as the
winners with their performance of "The Passions of
Amoroso" directed by Mrs. Kelliher and student di-
rectors Monica Vidette and Kim Meyer. This years
musical will be "Annie" with Missy Schortmann in
the lead role. This years State Competition Play is
"The Diary of Adam and Eve" by Mark Twain and is
directed by Ms. Weatherlow and Mr. Miller and stars
Eric Gaynor, Kyle Roberts, and Jennifer Tzamos. —
The purpose of the Duxbury High School Art Club is
to beautify the school. Gnder the leadership of Presi-
dent Kyle Roberts, Vice President Glenn MacGar-
vey, Treasurer Gareth Collins, and Secretary Carey
Bazley, this year several new projects have been
planned. In late fall the Art Club finished painting the
underwater mural in the Foreign Language Hall. The
Cafeteria Mural will also be completed this year. The
major project of the year is to set up a Student Art
Gallery in the area at the top of the stairs in the main
lobby. Soon a dozen good sized frames will be
mounted on the walls in which the art work of the
talented students in our school will be exhibited.
Also planned for the area are sculpture stands and
benches to sit on. — Kyle Roberts
Aquatic mural done by the high school art students.
Artwork in the main hall at D.H.S.
Gesture drawings on display.
The Art Club poses by their work in the main hall.
Deca is the Duxbury High School store.
Students that work there get a feel for
the business world. Everything from Life-
savers to sweatshirts can be purchased
there. The students working at Deca are
busy during both lunch periods and also
after school. -Karen Nelson.
Rob Wiley looks at the merchandise
'I wanted peppermint"-Heather Brinkert
Officers-John Crowley, Jenny Chandler, Tab Kent. Missing Katie Gardner
Exchange Students-Sebastian Gass, Luca Battu, Thibaut Diez, and Moja Strasser
The AFS club has been very successful this year.
We started off the year with a pool party to
welcome the four exchange students: Maja
Strasser of Switzerland, Thibaut Diez of Bel-
gium, Luca Battu of Italy & Sebastian Gass of
West Germany. The club participated in many
exciting activities. There was the Halloween
Party, a weekend exchange with Nantucket, a
Christmas party and a short term exchange
with the AFS club in Albuquerque, New Mexi-
co. The AFS officers this year were President
Jenny Chandler, Vice President Tabitha Kent,
Treasurer John Crowley & Secretary Katie Gard-
ner. The Club advisor was Mrs. Cynthia
AFS club members
The 1989- 1990 Dragon Flyer, the DHS newspaper,
distributes an edition every month. Gnder the advice
of Mr. Webster and Editors-in-chief Jay Sutherland
and Gary Wagner, the Dragon Flyer provides an
outlet for student creativity in writing, interviewing,
photography, and drawing. It also acts as a forum
for students to express their concern with the things
going on in their community. Senior members are
Amy Armstrong, Cary Bazley, Connie Bell (features
editor), Tom Cavers, Heather Clancy (news editor),
Jenn Hannon, Cheryl Horton, Dan Hauber (sports
editor), Jamie Hedberg (sports editor), Brian Mac-
Kenzie (accountant), Leigh Newman (features edi-
tor), Dennis Maloney, John Simmons, and Staci
Venti. — Jay Sutherland
Dragon Flyer members read the latest
The Dragon Flyer staff.
Co-Editors Gary Wagner and Jay Sutherland at a meeting.
The Outing Club planned several trips this year including a hiking
trip to the White Mountains in the fall, a ski trip to Waterville
Valley in February and, in April, the Third Annual Tuckerman's
Ravine hiking trip. The spring also provided the opportunity for a
bike trip on Cape Cod, a fresh water fishing trip and some local
hiking. And that Rock Quarry climb for the real adventurous is
still very important for Ms. Hibbett!
Members of the Outing Club
The 19891990 Prom Committee worked hard this
year to make the 1990 Junior Prom the best ever.
Led by the elected chairmen Margot Salmela, Glenn
Frazier.and Heather Foster, the Junior Class had
many meetings to work out the details of the prom
and put in a lot of time and effort to make it a
memorable night for all who attended. With the help
and support of the Advisors, Mrs. Vangel and Mrs.
Smith, as well as the creative genius of Mrs. Austin,
planning for this special evening was much easier.
Such a big event as a prom required the juniors to
come together as a class and a lot of cooperation
was necessary not only in planning and decorating
but also putting on the many fundraisers that it
takes to finance the Junior Prom.
Prom Committee Chairmen Glenn Fra-
zier, Heather Foster, and Margot Sal-
Doug Hick thinks about some song sug-
Prom Committee Members
Advisors Mrs. Vangel and Mrs. Smith
Jenny Chandler listens to some ideas for the theme.
In its second year, the teen leaders program has
continued to be involved in many activities which
benefit both the school and community of Duxbury.
Some activities which the members of the group
participate in are co-curricular activities fairs, home-
room resource aid, group discussions, academic tu-
toring, assistance for physically disabled students,
and community and school service projects. The
teen leaders program welcomes new members who
are interested and willing to help us in any of our
many activities as we hope to continue our services
and activities next year.
Mrs. Dunn and Andrea Hamel confer together
Kristen Brogna and Mary Kate Dunn ready to give
their input during a meeting.
Monique Vignaeu listens intently.
Laura Murray pauses to think for a moment.
This year the National Honor Society has had a great
first quarter and is prepared to accomplish many
more things in the remaining time. This year the
Society has a new adviser in Mrs. Gerda Edmunds.
The Honor Society's officers are as follows: Presi-
dent-Dan Coakley, Vice President-Kevin Williams,
Secretary-Cheryl Horton, Publicity Secretary-Mark
Hausherr, Treasurer-David Metzler, and Service
hour chairperson-Susie Dowd. The (National Honor
Society meets the second Tuesday of every month
to discuss some of the more important issues of the
school and how it as a group can help give back to
society. Each member of the Honor Society is re-
quired to take part in 15 hours of the community
service of his/her choice, and not only must hold up
his/her GPA, but must also prove that his/her char-
acter is strong enough to be part of the organization. -
Abby Brothers, Kevin Williams, and
Chad Luce and Allan Tenney deep in thought
1 36 Activites
Kim Adler, Sheryl Binney, Amy Casale, Ted Corrigan, Scott Denicola, Jon
Cressman, John Grandy, Paul Hasey, Jennifer Kassatly, Katherine Hill, Scott
MacQuarrie, Chris Mannis, Dave Metzler, Jack Mclssac, Ted Schleuter, Jim
Sampson, Trica Wall, Janice Tougas.
Melissa Bray, Kenly Brozman, Nicole Cesario, Kim Crawford, Jonathan Dwyer,
Michelle Finnerty, Chris Gillis, John Hannon, Chris Johnson, Libby Johnson,
Megan Leydon, Tim Malloy, Scott McLellan, Meg Nesbitt, Matt Phippard, Darcy
Raymond, Shawn Vallee, Rachel Stadelmann, Jen Wheeler, and Kara Wait.
Colleen Rafferty, P.J Pescarino, Ariel Gaynor, Janine Healey, Bob Murray,
Garrett Overheiser, Margot Salmela, Jessica Staddlemann, Cristin Connelly,
Greg Dorn, Katie Wadsworth, Sherre Viens, Brian Kelleher, Jason Laramee,
Heather Foster, Nichole Dupuy, Stacy Bartlett, Larrisa Barry, Michaela Mc-
Donald and Paige Magner.
Colin Arpe, Justin Bourne, Todd Centurino, Heather Ceccarelli, Kelly Desmond,
Jane Duffy, Sean Downey, Brian Dowd, James Gorman, Michael Haley, Laura
Horton, Deanna Lawrence, Tim Kavanaugh.Todd MacWilliams, Sara MacWil-
liams, Kristin Marr, Kerri Mangle, Emily Reed, Paul Murphy, Todd Roper, Brain
Scott, Amy Tonazuck, Ben Virga, Brendan Wall.
The Student Council is a group of students repre-
senting all four grades in the high school. The coun-
cil deals with issues like blood drives to holiday
service for the needy. The council meets on a regu-
lar basis usually twice a month. At the end of the
year the student council used its funds for a scholor-
ship for a graduating senior. This years council was
headed by advisor John Fernandes, president Sean
Wenham, vice-president Shannon Boyd, treasurer
Marie Kearney, and secretaries Cheryl Horton and
Kyle Roberts along with all the other representatives
from all four classes.
Kyle Roberts listens while President
Sean Wenham takes control.
Officers: Marie. Kyle. Sean, Shannon,
The Student Advisory Council acts as a liaison be-
tween the student body and the School Commitee. The
main job of the student advisory council is to represent
and relate the opinions of students at School Commitee
meetings. This year's members include seniors Susan
Dowd, Jen Meedham, and Jay Sutherland. Sophomore
Alex Chin, and freshman T.J Coogan. The advisor for
the council is Dr. Kennedy.
The Key Club is led by their advisor Mr. Smith. The officers are President
Steve Kearney, Vice President John Grandy, Treasurer Bruce Reed, and
Secretary Liz Hogan. The members of the Key Club had another great
year providing service for the community of Duxbury.
Class Inseparables: Wendy Adams, Tricia
Wall, and Tara Pepin
Class Inseparables: Kevin Williams and Dave Metzler
Best Dressed: Missy Harrington and Friend Weiler
1989-90 — A YEAR TO REMEMBER 145
Scott Minoie, Micaela Alonzo, Andy Grim, Maura Griffin, Stephanie
Nance and Jeff Pugmire
Kristel Jensen, Tara Pepin, Tricia Wall, Kim McCafferty, Wendy Ad-
ams and Cori Ford
CH Crew! Susan Wells, Cheryl Horton, Katherine Hill, Abby Brothers,
Danielle Dobecki and Jen Kassatly
WHEN A TEACHER ASKS, WHAT
IS YOUR EXCUSE FOR NOT DO-
ING THE HOMEWORK, YOU
"The pencil police came to my house and confiscated all my writing utensils." Friend Weiler " Cheers' was
on." - Jon Cressman "I made it into a paper airplane and it was hijacked." -Chris Bird "Being an environmental-
ist. I'm against wasting precious natural resources such as trees to write on." -John Crowley " 'Brady Bunch'
was on." -Dave Metzler "Yo, 1 be playin' hoop, boy!" Bill Curley "I'm a member of the NHL-No Homework
League." -Kevin Williams "I was combing my hair-if ya don't comb it, bugs are gonna roam it." -Bruce Reed
"I'm a Senior, need I say more?" -Jon Centurino "Mr. Sullivan wouldn't let me do it during his class." -Dan
Floyd "The zipper on my book bag was stuck." -Jeremy Starr "I didn't feel like it." -Kristel Jensen "There was
homework?" -Sheryl Binney "Why should I do it?" -Wendy Adams "Hockey comes first!" -Sean Wenham "I
was counting on a snow day." -Jeff Bishop "Wait, wait-what was the question again?" Tunnel (Scott
WHAT'S IN THE TRUNK OF
"Everything they didn't find from the Scavenger Hunt!" -Dave Metzler "What car?" -Abby Brothers "Miss
Primmer." -John Crowley "Ted on the way into football games." -Jon Cressman "A bunch of empties." -
Sheryl Binney "My ex-girlfriend!" -Kevin Williams "Ask Jon Cressman!" -Chris Bird "My muffler." -Katherine
Hill "What isn't?" -Dan Floyd "Raincoats." -Dennis Maloney "A spare tire." -Jeremy Starr "Scott MacQuarrie
(New Years)" -Maureen Lawless "Shovel, lounge chair, skates, a bottle, jacket, baseball glove, wetsuit, sledge
hammer, and a tire pump." -Chris Mannis "Nothing, I don't have a trunk." -Mary Harmon
DON'T YOU HATE IT WHEN...
"Yeah, I do!" -Jon Cressman "Your gym clothes could play for you." -Ben Priest "You get utterly rejected by a
chic." -Bruce Reed "You're pitchin' a tent in class." -Paul Tougas "A teacher comes over to help you and he/
she has dragon breath." Troy Piedade "You're always grounded!" -Jeremy Starr "You're going 63 in a 30,
passing in a no passing zone. ..and get busted!" Scott MacQuarrie "You dive into a telephone poll-face first!" -
Sean Wenham "Sean Wenham doesn't scratch your back." -Nicole Sarro "You accidentally wear your
underwear on the outside of your clothes." -Jeff Bishop "You're on a chair lift with your ski boots on and you
have a really annoying itch." -Mary Harmon "You don't get any mail on April 15th." -Maureen Lawless
SENIORITIS threatens Academic
DEFINITION: Senioritis is a problem that affects students in their fourth and final year of high school, although the symptoms may
appear as early as the freshman year.
FIRST STAGE: The disease is broken down into three stages , the final of which resembles laziness. In the first stage, the victim
tends to slow in his or her production of homework. The mind wanders and in some cases the victim begins to arrive to class after
the late bell rings. Many times the victim is induced into a state of sleep, but only between the hours of 7:35 and 1:50.
SECOND STAGE: As the problem develops, sleeping late becomes the rule rather than the exception and the victims tend to be
late frequently. Homework production slowly comes to a halt and books tend to remain in the victims lockers, if they haven't
already been lost.
THIRD STAGE: At this point the victim experiences a complete withdrawal from school-related activities.
Rumors tell us that time at the beach and parties will cure Senioritis, but the only proven cure for this ailment is GRADU-
Bonnie Ramsey and Amy Davis: suffering from Senioritis
Li YOU'RE A
-You leave your books at home... and don't even care
-You start writing your own excuses
-You consider gym an academic course
-You join every club possible just so it will look good on your
You have a stamp of your parents signature
Your GPA is below "C" level
Your books look as new in May as they did in September, that is
f you still have them!
You call your teachers by their nicknames
You don't wake up until fourth period
You've mastered all of your teacher's signatures
You've heard all of Mr. Birge's war stories
You start counting how many days are left of school on Septem-
This year the yearbook staff worked very hard to create
"Yesterday". Many meetings were held afterschool and at
night and it was during these meetings that these previous
pages began to materialize. With the help of our two advis-
ers, Mrs. Salmela and Mrs. Johnson, and our Ads Adviser,
Mrs. Mulcahy, we combined efforts and "Yesterday" was
formed. This years' staff included Cheryl Horton as Editor-
in-Chief, Kevin Williams as Copy Editor, Dave Metzler as
Layout Editor, and Whitney Orwig as Photo Editor. Other
members included Chris Bird, Jenny Chandler, Jenn Han-
non, Tabitha Kent, Colleen Lawrence, Maureen Lawless,
Karen Nelson, Sarah Parrino, P.J. Pescarino, Margot Sal-
mela, and Maya Strasser. Many other students contribut-
ed to this book on many occasions, helping with photos,
stories and layouts. Many thanks to all those that helped;
You are all a part of this yearbook.
Yearbook Editors: Kevin Williams-Copy Editor, Cheryl Horton-Chief Edi-
tor, Whitney OrwigPhoto Editor, and Dave Metzler-Layout Editor
Advisers Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Salmela
Chris Bird and Maureen Lawless: Do they know what they're doing?
The Partridge Staff
Joanne Achin, 1 100 Tremont Street, Box 231 1
Wendy Adams, 43 Beechwood Lane
Kim Adler. 904 Tremont Street, Box 1563
Jessica Alabiso, 680 Franklin Street
Matt Allaire, 75 Onion Hill Road
Micaela Alonzo. 45 Alexander Way, Box 2452
Gina Altieri, 332 Washington St, Box 1 157
Becky Anderson, 486 Chandler Street
Antonio Andrews, 936 Franklin Street.
Michael Armour, 122 Summer Street
Amy Armstrong. 75 Templewood Drive
Kristen Atkinson. 24 Trout Farm Road
Elizabeth Atwood. 532 Temple Street
Jen Barbetti, 31 Chapel Street
Fred Barrett, 843 Franklin Street
John Bartlett, 98 Bayridge Road, Box 2080
Cary Bazley. 49 Marshall Street
Alsion Bear, 28 Upland Road
Connie Bell. 24 Dear Path Trail
Shea Bernard, 482 Bay Road. Box 1390
Sheryl Binney, 171 Vine Street
Chris Bird, 3 Tinkers Ledge Road
Jeff Bishop, 287 Chandler Street
Mike Bonner. 12 Ocean Woods Drive
Scott Bowser, 480 Elm St, Box 2182
Shannon Boyd, 42 Elm Hill Lane
Paul Bracco, 543 Franklin Street
Kathy Bradley, 10 Cordwood Path
Miake Brennan, 42 Templewood Drive.
Abby Brothers. 352 Winter Street
Tom Burke. 57 Franklin Street
Jen Cadogan, 2 Boxwood Lane
Keith Campbell, 42 Harvest Drive
AimeeCasale, 73 Capt.Hill Road, Box 1433
Tom Cavers, 1112 Tremont Street
Ryan Cavicchi, 981 Union Street
Cheryl Cenedella. 50 Cross Creek Lane
Jon Centurino. 47 Crescent Street, Box 2130
Kristen Chase, 7 Sampson Street
Heather Clancy, 130 Delorenzo Drive
Dan Coakley. 1 Turkey Ridge Lane
Pete Collins, 260 Washington Street
Brian Connolly, 1362 Tremont Street
Ted Corrigan, 205 Chestnut Street
Kim Cotter , 6 Old North Street
Richard Coulsey, 6 Cranberry Drive
Stacy Coyne, 10 Puritan Road, Box 2120
Jon Cressman, 244 Powder Point Avenue
John Crowley, 34 Pioneer Drive
Bill Curley, 377 Autumn Avenue
Amy Davis. 4 Pinewood Lane. Box 83
Joseph Deliapi, 29 Pettibush Lane
Susan Deloid. 109 Laurel Street
Scott Denicola, 275 West Street
Dan Dewolf. 651 Tremont Street
Todd Dexter. 30 Tremont Street
Jason Dimascio. 7 Old Farm Road
Danielle Dobecki, 10 Bassett Brook Lane
Chris Doherty , 8 Pheasant Hill Lane
Michael Dormady, 119 Kingstown Lane. Box 1918
Susan Dowd, 143 Powder Pt. Avenue
Kerry Dowling, 190 Vive Street
Cindy Dunlap. 256 Bolas Road
Bill Durgin, 272 St. George Street. Box 1901
Keith Dwyer, 5 Torrey Lane
Amanda Eagan, 465 Franklin St.
Maureen Edmunds, 622 Union St.
Michael Egan, 39 Cranberry Dr.
Susan Fairfield. 1 Castle Green *6,Msfd
Jon Fasuilo, 54 Harvest Dr.
Amy Ferson, 7 Colonial Dr.
Dan Floyd, 35 Cross St.
Derek Gage. 6 Old Barn Rd.
David Gallagher, 65 Puritan Way
Dana Gaughan, 59 Highland Trail
Andrea George. 269 Tobey Garden St
Tiffany Goldberg, 50 Parkview Terr.
John Grandy, 21 Herring Weir Rd.
Jen Grant. 665 Lincoln St.
Andre Guillemin, 62 Tanglewood Tr.
Paul Hahest. 1 The Marshes
Brian Hammel, 95 Onion Hill Rd.
Mike Hanlon, 256 King Caesar Rd.
Jenn Hannon. 46 Seabury Pt Rd
Jen Hardy, 220 Cole's Orchard Rd.
Mary Harmon, 47 Park View Terr.
Missy Harrington, 95 Hornbeam Rd
Jeff Harrison, 97 Flintlocke Dr.
Torsten Hasselmann, 2 Cranberry Hill
Dan Hauber. 30 Surrey Ln.
Mark Hausherr, 62 Bolas Rd.
James Hedberg, 41 Bay Pond, Box 276
Nicole Hendrick. 62 Myrtle St.
Robert Higgins, 41 Templewood Dr.
Katherine Hill, 32 Mayflower St. Box 2105
Liz Hogan. 294 King Caesay Rd. Box 2441
Cheryl Horton, 2 Mallard's Cove Lane
Gwin Jacques, 366 Washington St.
Wendy Jamieson, 196 Keene St.
Kristel Jensen. 4 Puritan Rd.
Ericka Johnson. 208 Myrtle St
Mark Johnson, 52 Strawberry Ln.
Jen Kassatly, 19 Hitty Tom Rd.
Steve Kearney. 268 Church St
Mike Kelleher, 694 Franklin St.
Chris Keller, 1 Duck Hill Ln. Terr
Betsy Kennedy, 88 Bayberry, Box 1055
Karen Kiley. 170 Lake Shore Dr
Julie Kilgour, 10 Delorenzo Dr
Dov Koplovsky. 107 High Street
Vince Kraft. 105 Elm Street
Jeremy Kurek. 873 Temple Street
Brion L'Heureux, 76 Bay Road
John Lagace, 109 Bianca Road
Maureen Lawless, 56 Simmons Drive
Kimberly Lelakes, 12 Wellington Lane
Ronald Lelakes, 12 Wellington Lane
Danielle Longley, 637 Mayflower. Box 1192
Krasten Macallister, 12 Dubois Way, Plymouth
Allison Macaulay, 21 Harrison Street
Carla MacFarlane. 970 Summer Street
Brian MacKenzie, 884 Temple Street
Rory MacLeod, 128 Bianca Road
Scott MacQuarrie. 33 Old Farm Road
Glen MacTavish, 1127 Tremont Street
Traci MacWalter, 150 Lakeshore Drive
Lynn Madden, 8 Windy Hill Lane
Christine Manning. 224 Park St. Box 974
Christopher Mannis, 4 Bianca Road
Keith Mason. 662 Congress Street
Karen Mastrangelo, 482 Bay Rd. Box 1390
Joseph Mattivello, 1 1 Cordwood Path
Matthew Mazanec. Box 2751 SHS
Kimberly McCafferty, 29 Boxwood Lane
Karen McCann, 31 Duxborough Trail
Joseph McCarthy, 344 West STreet
Paul McCarthy, 231 Bolas Road
Timothy McDonough, 190 Bolas Road
Kathryn McGirr, 50 Boulton Road
John Mclsaac, 79 Old Farm Road
Chris McLaughlin, 425 Union Bridge Road
Craig McPherson, 275 Chandler Street
Natalie Merry, 301 Temple St, Box 1017
David Metzler, 1 12 Chestnut, Box 2454
Kimberlie Meyer, 66 Hitty Tom Road
Susan Milewski. 78 Lantern Lane
Dennis Moloney, 14 Winthrop Drive
Kevin Moore, 36 Halls Brook Way
Christopher Monn, 958 Union Street
Danielle Moules, 100 Park Street
Andrew Mowbray. 860 Temple Street
David Muha, 35 Torrey Lane
Jennifer Mulcahy, 58 Stonegate Lane
Matthew Maulligan, 41 Bravender Road
Elizabeth Murphy, 22 Strawberry Lane
Keith Murray. 138 Delorenzo Drive
Jennifer Needham. 24 Pine Hill Avenue
Leigh Newman. 1338 Tremont Street
Jonathan Nichols, Box 186A, SHS
Michael Nichols. 80 North Street
Timothy Ochtera, 125 St. George Street
Karl Ohmstede, 174 Keene Street
Matthew Pelletier. 1 17 Plantation Drive
Tara Pepin, 1 Ocean Woods Drive
Troy Piedade, 33 Mullins Avenue
Carolyn Pizura, 62 Candlewick Close
Kristen Prebola, 49 Aliens Lane. Box 1028
Benjamin Priest, 404 Bay Rd. Box 1579
Harold Pugmire. 32 Fordville Road
Andrew Putnam. 98 South Street
Barbara Ramsay, 210 Depot Street
James Ramsden, 61 Moulton Road
Bruce Reed. 213 Powder Point Ave
Christopher Remick. 994 Franklin St.
Thomas Richards, 35 Christina Court
Rebecca Riordon, 1 1 Wadsworth Road
Danielle Rosalia, 25 Mallards Cove
Dawn Rose, Bianca Road. Box 1111
James Sampson. 85 Heritage Lane
Nicole Sarro. 391 Keene Street
Edward Schlueter, 28 Reynolds Way. B 141 1
Wendy Schofield, 50 Soule Ave, Box 1600
Melissa Schortmann, 20 Driftwood Drive
Charles Shamma, 175 King Phillips Path
Robert Sieminski, 440 Tremont Street
John Simmons, 101 Candlewick Close
Derek Simpson, 505 Tremont St. Box 2093
Kimberley Sorrento, 21 Penny Lane
Robert Southard, 70 Oak St. Box 1350
Jeremy Starr. Old Cape Way. Box 1631
Jennifer Stiles, 250 Lincoln. Box 213A
Justin Stratton. 265 Franklin Street
John Sutherland. 256 Washinton Street
Jane Syminton, 2 Water Street
Stephen Thibodeau. 129 Delorenzo Drive
Paula Thomas, 82 Chandler Street
Nathan Thorn, 75 St. George St, Box 194SHS
Karen Tillson. 39 Onion Hill Road
Janice Tougas, 151 Gurnet Rd, Box 213
Paul Tougas, 37 Bay Farm Road
David Tower. 26 Elderberry Lane
Stacy Venti, 54 Vine St, Box 2622
Monica Vidette, 170 Oak Street
Gary Wagner, 40 Mallards Cove Lane
Jacquelyn Wait. 57 Carr Road
Patricia Wall, 19 Harvest Drive
Melissa Weatherbee. 409 Chandler Street
Friend Weiler, 7 Trout Farm Road
Susan Wells, 914 Mayflower Street
Sean Wenham. 40 Tree Top Lane
Christopher White, 295 Lincoln Street
Kevin Williams, 74 Prior Farm Box 1054
Lynn Williamson, 175 Bianca Road
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MAKES GS SO VERY PROGD.
NEVER STOP WISHING AND BELIEVING.
YOG HAVE THE REST OF YOGR LIFE
TO GATHER YOGR DREAMS AND HOLD THEM CLOSE.
OGR SPECIAL LOVE
TODAY AND EVERYDAY
MOM & DAD
We have many happy memories of
special times we've shared. We look
forward to sharing many more with
you. We are proud of your accom-
Love, Mom, Dad, Mary & Sarah
TO A WILD AND CRAZY GUY:
"LUCY, YOU'VE GOT SOME
'SPLAINING TO DO."
"I THOUGHT WE AGREED ON
TOTAL BODY PROSTHESIS."
"THE GARDEN . . . WE'LL TAKE
THE GARDEN WITH US."
"HOW DO YOU THINK HE FEELS
NOW? . . . BETTER OR WORSE?"
"IT'S A BIG HIT WITH THE
YOG JUST BETTER CUT IT OUT.'
"LE MON PEP-PER"
"I DON'T DEAL WITH PSYCHOS,
I PUT 'EM AWAY."
LOVE AND GOOD LUCK
FROM YOUR FAMILY
Remember . . .
Backyard picnics, matchbox cars, N.H. vaca-
tions, Sesame St., Calculus, Ireland.
Shoveling show, awards, our own skating rink,
The beach, Easter baskets, Little League, the
Christmas, tennis rackets, studying, pig-piles
on Dad, friends, "all-nighters".
Sunday morning — church and doughnuts,
driving lessons, trying, laughing, striving.
Family — Eddie, Colleen, John, Mum, Dad.
We're proud of you
We'll miss you,
We love you!
So many treasured memories. The
laughter, the worry, the joy, the an-
ticipation, and all of those practices,
practices, and more practices! We
wouldn't have traded a moment.
We are confident that your future
will be bright.
We love you.
Mom and Dad
We are all so very proud of you.
You worked so hard to be the
best you could be in everything
you did and at the same time
you gave so much to us all. We
believe in you and know you
have the strength of spirit to fol-
low your dreams as far and as
"high" as you want to go. Love,
Mom & Dad, Billy, Debbi, Mark,
Blind with love my daughter,
has cried nightly for horses,
those long-necked marchers and churners
that she has mastered, any and all.
Thank you, Jennifer, for
bringing happiness into our
lives and a smile to our lips.
Love, Mom, Dad, & Maura
AMY ARMSTROMG-Where would we be without your love?
We're so proud of you! Mom and Dad, Kelli, Kris and Traci.
CONNIE ANN BELL-Thanks, Connie, for sharing-May success
and happiness be yours always. Love you, Mom & Dad.
DAN COAKLEY-Awesome! You did it! We love you and we'll
miss you. Mum, Dad, Eddie, Colleen & John.
MICHAEL J. EGAN-Congratulations Michael! We're very proud.
Love, Mum & Dad.
SEBASTIAN GASS- "A thousand million times." Thank you
Basti. We love you-Liz, Gerry, Laura and the boys.
BRIAN HAMMEL-Brian-Congratulations! Thanks for four great
years! Love, Mom & Dad.
MARY HARMON-We are so proud of you! Lots of love and a
future of happiness. ..Mom & Mike, xo
KATHERINE T. HILL-You have always made us proud, Kather-
ine. Love, Grandpa, Grandma, Matt & Mom.
CHRIS KELLER-Congratulations, Chris! We're proud of you.
Love, Mom, Dad, Brian.
JGL1E F. KILGOCIR-Fly high, happy and free "Chickadee". With
all our love and pride, Mom, Dad, Ross and Ian.
MAUREEN LAWLESS-We hope you know how proud we are.
We love you. Dad, Mom, Megan, and Tom.
SCOTT MACQCJARRIE-Scott, thanks for the memories. Con-
gratulations! We're proud of you. Love Mom, Dad and Jon.
JOE MATTIVELLO-Way to go, Joe! Love M, D, G & Misty.
JOE MCCARTHY-Congratulations, OL' BLCJE EYES-Mom &
TARA N. PEPIN-Wishing you as much Joy and Happiness that
you have given us over the last 17 years. We're very proud of
you. Love, Mom, Dad and Derek.
CAROLYN M. PIZCIRA-You're on your way-Go for it-Love you,
Mom & Dad.
JIM SAMPSON-Congratulations and Best Wishes from Mom,
Dad, Gretchen and Jeffrey.
SEAN WENHAM-Sean, thanks for all the memories and for
making us so proud. Congratulations! Love, Mom & Dad.
LYNN WILLIAMSON-Congratulations, you did a great job. We
are very proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, Gary, Amy & Jill.
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On June 7th, the Senior Class came
together at Holy Family Church for
their Baccalaureate . Many members of
the Class of ' 90 chose to speak, to
share their feelings on graduating,
saying goodbye to Duxbury and hello to
a whole new world which lay before
them. Some aroused laughter, others
brought tears, but all of those who
participated were excellent and made
the 1990 Baccalaureate a great success
and a wonderful beginning to gradu-
(Above) Gabe Southard
and Kerri Dowling
(Far left) Susan
Wells, Jen Kassatly,
Sheryl Binney and Jen
(Left) Gwin Jacques
sings "Wind Beneath
"Party" is the one word which sums
up the class of ' 90s Senior Night Out.
With Mr. Fernandez and Co. as the Disc
Jockey , the class of ' 90 spent the
entire night on the dance floor.
Rarely did they step off, and when they
did, it was only for a brief moment to
cool off. All had fun as it was one of
the last nights they would spend
together as a class .
(Above) Mike Brennan, Dan Coakley, Kevin Williams and Jim Sampson.
(Right) Janice Tougas, Jen Stiles, Cheryl Cenedella
BACCALAUREATE AND SENIOR NIGHT OUT 181
TENNIS TEAM STAYS
(Above, back row, left to right) Head Coach, Faith Hehghan, Amanda Mahoney, Kerri Nangle, Megan Leydon, Sarah Benjes,
Helen Cushing, Sarah Parrino, Tabitha Kent, Margot Salmela, Jenny Chandler, Kristen Lucier, Kim Crawford, Assistant
Coach, Mary Mahoney (front row) Heather Johnson, Stacey Bartlett, Kenley Brozman, Co-Captains , Tara Pepin and Danielle
Dobecki, Heather Ceccarelli, Deanna Lawrence, Megan Driscoll.
The 1990 Varsity Girls Tennis Team had yet another
sucessful season. The team finished with only one loss,
a tough one to take, since it was their first in fifty-
five matches. However, the Green Wave soon avenged by
defeating Scituate on their return match, to clinch the
South Shore League Co-Champion Title for the third year
in a row. The Dragons were led by the only two seniors
on the team, co-captains, Tara Pepin at first singles and
Danielle Dobecki at second singles . They were backed up
by juniors Sarah Parrino at third singles, and Tabitha
Kent and Margot Salmela, at first doubles. At second
doubles, the Dragons had sophomore Sarah Benjes and
freshman partner Kristin Lucier. The girls hope to
continue their success and they all look forward to an
undefeated season next year.
Sarah Parrino getting set.
Coach Faith Heneghan keeping score.
STATE CHAMPS! WHAT A
The 1990 Duxbury Tennis Team had a very special year - an
undefeated season (26-0), making them Duxbury' s only State
Champion this year. After three years of flirting with the
title, the Green Dragons, after a series of grueling tournament
wins, defeated Holyoke in the state finals at Holy Cross.
This past year the starting players consisted of six
seniors. The lineup consisted of Dan Coakley at first singles,
Marc Brennan, and Chris Bird and Ron Lelakes played second
doubles . Other big contributions were made by Todd Harrington
and Andy Whitely at doubles and by Jason Isherwood at singles.
The team also looks for members Bobby Murray, Tim Malloy, Dar-
ren Maclaughlin, and Chris Hojlo to be a big part of the upcoming
(Right) Captain Mike Brennan rips a forehand back to his opponent during a
regular season match.
(Below) The DHS Boys Tennis Team:
Back Row, left to right, Ron Lelakes,
Chris Bird, Jon Cressman, Dan
Coakley, Mike Brennan, Keith Murray,
Jason Isherwood, Andrew Whiteley and
Coach Tom Walsh. Front Row: left to
right, Tim Malloy, Todd Harrington,
Daren MacLaughlin, Bobby Murray, Marc
Brennan and Pat Hojlo.
(Opposite page, top right) Todd
Harrington shows fancy foot work
while he concentrates on a forehand
(Left) At the net, Chris Bird
exhibits his volleying skills as he
blocks a shot over the net.
(Below) Marc Brennan gives it his
all smashing one of his powerful
forehand groundstrokes .
(Above) Captain Dan Coakley bursts
with emotion as he powers a shot down
(Above) Jon Cressman keeps his eye on
the ball, preparing to crush an
overhead by an opponent.
(Left) Andy Downin, Duxbury Track's star
runner, competes in the 4 by 440 relay.
Though the small town of Duxbury is considered by many to be off the
beaten track, DHS' s runners seem to be right ON track. Head Coach Verrochi
said that this year' s team is "young" and that the goals at the beginning
of the season were to "rebuild and revamp" . He also said that there is
much potential in the up-and-coming Dragon crew; and, though pleased with
this year's stats, Mr. Verrochi sees even brighter days of running,
throwing, and jumping in the future.
Both the boys' and girls' teams have League records of 3-5, and many
tracksters have qualified for the State Championships . Stand-outs for
the girls team include: Micheala MacDonald in the high jump, Jessica
McClusky in the 330 high hurldles, Shannon Boyd (Captain) in the low
hurdles, Kim Lehman in the 440, and Jen Needham (Captain) in the 2-mile.
Some of the boys' stars include: Andy Downin who holds the National Title
in his age group for the mile, Antonio Andrews in the shotput, Keith
Campbell in the long jump, Dennis Malo in the high hurdles, and Ted Corrigan
in the low hurdles .
IS 6 SPORTS
(Below) Dennis Malo competes against
a Scituate team member in the high
hurdle event .
; ^ /an,
(Above,) Michaela MacDonald strives for her personal record in the high jump.
(Near left) Kristel
Jensen, with a look
prepares to throw the
(Far left) Eric
Spinney leaps through
the air in the long
.... & , .
ON THE BALL
The Duxbury Girls Softball
Team encountered a challenging
1990 season, but apparently
enjoyed winning many games that
came down to the last inning. An
exciting win over Marshf ield was
proclaimed the "COMEBACK OF THE
YEAR" by the Boston Globe . Coach
Shea and co-captains Jen Grant
and Susie Dowd, the team- Kim
Lelakes, Danielle Longley,
Carolyn Pizura, Jenna Vajcovec,
Kristen Powers, Kim Fanning,
Jamie Kane, Kelly Desmond, Jess
Tighe, Becky Dubray-played to
win every game until the last
out, completing a respectable
Coach Shea with captains Susie Dowd and
Kelly Desmond contemplates before getting up to bat .
Jenna Vajcovec delivers a powerful pitch
Jen Grant leaps to the ball to make an out in the game against Middleboro.
Carolyn Pizura makes a great catch
Senior team members (left to right) Danielle Longley,
Jen Grant, Susan Dowd, Kim Leleakes and Carolyn Pizura
(Back row, left to right) Susanne Gilbert and Sarah Bettuchy,
Christin Powers, Jess Tighe, Becky Dubray, Kelly Desmond, Kim
Fanning, Coach Shea
(Front row, left to right) Jamie Kane, Jenna Vajcovec,
Danielle Longley, Jen Grant, Susie Dowd, Kim Lelakes, Carolyn
Jen Grant and Susie Dowd concentrate on the next play.
Christin Powers at bat.
(Left) Paul Bracco
and Joey Mattivello
(Below) Chris Mannis
gets a beautiful hit .
The Duxbury Dragons, led by co-captains
Joe Mattivello and Paul Bracco, ended their
season with a 7-9 record. Both captains
dominated at the plate as well as in the
Chris Mannis, Tom Burke and Rob Simenski
all had an exceptional year. Both Brian
Casey and Sean McCarty called many good games
from behind the plate .
The strong pitching from Bill Delorenzo,
Matt LaGreca and Dave Luscko along with Nick
Petronelli, Greg Dorn and Jay Norcross
should equal another great season next year .
(Middle left) Mr. Murphy
meets with Zimo and Brian at
the pitchers mound to give a
I (Top row, left to right) Coach Murphy, Greg Dorn, Jarett Lee, Sean McCarty, Jason
Norcross, Brian Casey, Dave Luscko, and Sean Murphy. (Bottom row, left to right) Scott
McQuarrie, Tommy Burke, Joe Mattivello, Paul Bracco, Rob (Zimo) Simenski, Chris Mannis
and Craig McPherson.
PLAY IN' AROUND
"Annie" , starring Missy Schortmann (Annie) , Roger LaGreca
(Daddy Warbucks) and Kim Meyer (Miss Hannigan) made its appearance
at DHS on March 29 through April 1. Having a cast and crew of over
90 people including students from DHS, DIS, Chandler and Alden and
a few lucky town celebrities, "Annie" was filled with clever songs
and great acting. Background music was provided by a twenty two
member orchestra. "Annie" was a roaring success, generating a great
profit and a standing ovations .
The Spring Festival of Plays was performed on May 11 and 12th
and included plays from several colleges . One play, "A Contradiction
in Terms", written by Rod Alonzo, discussed the philosophical ques-
tion, "What is Evil?" The hilarious farce "A Marrriage Proposal"
walked away with three awards for its three major roles . This
charismatic play kept the audience in stitches . The bitersweet
comedy "Baker's Dozen", provided stunning performances by colin
Arpe, Dennis Malo, Kim Meyer and Eric Gaynor .
(Left) Missy Schortmann and Roger La
Greca dance as Annie and Daddy
(Above) Missy Schortmann as "Annie".
(Above left) Sometimes it just
doesn't pay to get up in the morning.
(Left) Spring Festival All Star Cast:
(front row) Eric Gauthier, Colin
Arpe, Alex Pevzner, (standing) Maria
Lehman, Ariel Gainer, Dennis Malo,
Susan DeHart, Griffin Richardson,
The 1990 Prom was an enjoyable night
for everyone . The DHS gym was truly an
"Evening in Paris . " between the French
boutiques, the Parissienne Cafe, the red
and white hot air balloon and the beauti-
fully lit Eiffel Tower, the atmosphere was
complete. To top off the evening, the
evening was highlighted by the three course
French meal with trays of French pastries
for dessert . The Junior Class , as well as
the advisors, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Vangel,
deserve a great deal of congratualtions on
their success. The time put in clearly
paid off and resulted in one of the best
proms in Duxbury High School's history.
with Sarah Hitch and Jarrett Lee with Kerri Sheridan.
(Top right )M. Lawless, M.Mazanec, D.Metzler, M.Allaire,
T. Kent, J. Crowley, J. Mattivello and T. Burke.
(Middle left) Forever Young - Ali Barber and Brian
(Middle right) Stary-eyed John with his lovely date -
John Bondlow and Erika Puttnam
Class Couple - Sarah Parrino and P.J. Pescarino.
Jon Cressman leads the train! Jon Cressman, Scott
Denicola and Brian O' Donoghue
On June the 9th, 1990, the 63rd com-
mencement exercises of Duxbury High
School took place in front of the main
building. There were 224 students who
received their diplomas . The graduates
were surrounded by a crowd of friends,
townspeople, families and the DHS fac-
ulty and staff.
Student addresses were given by Dov
Koplovsky, Kerry Dowling and Gary Wag- 1
ner. The presentation of diplomas was I
made by Mrs. Kathleen Dowling, Dr. John
Hill, and Mr . Thomas Downey, the Chairman
of the Duxbury School Committee . The
valedictory speech followed, given by
Susie Dowd. It was a beautiful and
memorable day for all .
(Above) Class Officers: Chris Bird, Jen Stiles,
Maureen Lawless, Friend Weiler
(Right ) Danielle Dobecki and Dan Coakley after
1990 DHS Graduates'
The following are members of ihe class of 1990,
who graduated from DHS on June 9. Their final
decisions are listed beside their names.
Elizabeth At wood
W. Cary Bazley
John Scou Bowser
Paul Brae co
Northfield - Ml
Blair School of
Johnson & Wales
St. Thomas Univ.
Dean Jr. College
Cape Cod Com-
Cape Cod Com-
Holy Cross or
John G randy
Michael Han Ion
Mary Anne Harmon
G win Jacques
Kimberly 1 flakes
Eastern Nazarene or
College of Wooster
U/Utah or Lehigh
Slipper Rock Univ.
Mass. College of
Massasoit - Canton
Bay Suue Junior
Western New Eng-
Tad Technical InsL
Dean Jr. College
Rhode Island School
East Coast Aero
Quincy Jr. College
Bridge water State
Cape Cod Comm-
Dean Junior College
Ml Ida College
What a crazi yea
We agreed to be the Yea
book Advisors a few da
before the first dea
line, not knowing exact!
what we were getting int>
Neither of us had a;
which is probably why '
agreed to do it!
I am so glad we di
What a wonderful group
kids we got to know. Th
worked together beaut
fully and they really pr
duced an outstandi
yearbook . It was a hect
year , but it was a fun ye
too. We laughed a lot
we worked hard to me
those horrible deadline
(I still will never unde
stand the reasoning b
hind a December 25th dea
line . )
Thanks so much f
giving us the opportuni
to work with all of yo
Best wishes to the senio
- Cheryl, Kevin, Dav
Chris, Jenn, Abby, Sha
non, Maureen, and all t
others who contribute
We look forward to wor
ing again with the unde
classmen. You are an e
group of students . Be
of luck with all yo-
future challenges . M
your life never have a
other December 25th dea'
Nancy and Deni
As Editor-in-Chief of the 1990 Duxbury High Schoc
Yearbook, I would like to thank all who made it possible
This yearbook is the result of an entire year of haj
work by many dedicated people. Without our grei
advisors, Nancy Salmela and Deni Johnson, we could nc
have produced the quality yearbook that we did. C
behalf of the entire staff, I offer them great than}
for all the time they put in and all the extra thine
they did like typing copy and taking pictures . I thar
the entire staff and especially Photo Editor, Whitne
Orwig (next year's Editor-in-Chief), Layout Editoi
Dave Metzler, and Copy Editor, Kevin Williams for al
their work in putting everything together . Also, to Der
Johnson, Fran Nicholls and all the other people wl-
submitted pictures for use in the yearbook, thanks fc
giving us access to the great pictures which now appea
on the pages of the Partridge. Much appreciation go«
out to Pauline Mulcahy, the Business Advisor, and he
staff, for all their work obtaining sponsors and sellir
yearbooks. Thanks also to the sponsors, who made th
publishing of the yearbook possible.
The theme of the yearbook this year is "Yesterday
commemorating our past times at Duxbury High School ar
in Duxbury. I wish all of the graduates the best of luc
in their future endeavors and I hope that this yearboc
has captured and chronicled their best memories .
Cheryl Horton, Editor-in Chief
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