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A Time to Remember 

Lowell High School 

50 Father Morissette Blvd., Lowell, MA 01852 

(978) 937-8900 
Volume 55 Population 3,555 





ON THE WATER'S EDGE 
Yearbook Journalism students gather along 
the canal for A Time to Remember . Students 
included John Kenney, Kristin Hamilton, 
Amanda Potter, Sambath Bo, April 
O'Connor, Sousavanh Philakhong, Tha 
Yok, Danica Colby, Carrie Rondeau, Billy 
Faulkner, Emily Gilday, Tammy Sweeney, 
James Shaughnessy, Samath Soy, Jessie 
Blanchard, Mike Kandrotas, Sophean Lim, 
Yoeun Loeum, and Myvung Nguyen. 

FRESHMAN Jackie Morales & Isom 
Harris learn about student activities on 
Orientation Day 1997. 




Let the Good Times Roll 4 

Will You Remember Me 46 

Be On Time 108 

A Little Extra Time 132 

Prime Time Live 164 

Remember Your Neighbors 200 

One Last Time 217 



GETTING INTO THE ACTION 
Entering the 1999 Harvest Dance, Mike 
Martin & Cynthia Gorritz hand in their 
tickets just ahead of Alvin Pedrosa. 



Edited by Billy Faulkner 



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Senior Gym Photo 



ONE... TWO... EIGHT 

Whether you were ready or not, Image 

Photography counted to his own number 

system to get all of the seniors in the gym 

photo. 



STRIKE A POSE 

Showing how it's to done, Sambath Bo & 
Sarah DeSousa get down to the hottest 
dance tunes of the 1999 Harvest. 






SCHOOL LUNCH OR OTHER 
Making the most of his dual enrollment 
freedom, Phil Brown gets to stop by his 
favorite fast food restaurant before 
reporting back for classes. 



RAISING THE ROOF 
Getting their groove on, Sokhoeut Krauch 
& Sokhom Chhun bring the house down 
with their super suave dance moves at the 
1999 Sophomore Social. 




Throughout the four years at LHS students always found time to. 



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Student Life Divider 



Let the Good Times Roll 



IT'S ALL ABOUT TEAMWORK 
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;asy task for these Pajama Olympians as 
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Senior Gym Photo 2 Sophomore Social 12 

First Days at LHS 6 Harvest 18 

Freshman Social 8 Homecoming 24 



Lunch Bunches 28 

Snowball 34 

Spirit Week 40 



Edited by Chanthavom Khlok & Sambath Bo 



Student Life Divider 



Flashback 

to Where it all 

Started 



ON THE WAY TO THE CAFE 
Anxious for the school tours, Mrs. 
Littlefield guides freshmen through the 
lobby on the first day of school. 



Remember meeting your Cluster 
teachers? We saw pretty much the 
same kids in every class. Students only 
traveled beyond the cluster walls for 
Foreign Languange, Health & PE, 
Band, or Keyboarding. Free from 
middle school, we felt some 
independence, but we were still 
considered the little people on campus. 
The freshman experience was one we 
couldn't wait to get through. 





PICTURE PERFECT 

Lounging on the benches, Sareth Yut, 

Prosoth Nhem & Learn Tuy patiently 

wait their have their ID Badge photos 

taken. 



SAY CHEESE 

Gathering together, Amanda Lamphier, 
Lisa Chenevert, Stefanie Joncas & Bridget 
Byrne prepare for pictures. 



First Days at LHS 



Let the Good Times Roll 




BE INVOLVED 

Wading through the activity fair in the 
cafeteria, freshman got a first hand look at 
the 40 clubs and 32 varsity sports offered 
at LHS. 



DECISIONS 

Deciding what clubs to join, Isom Harris, 
Michael Martin & Joshua Pottle check 
out their options. 




SSIGN UP TIME 

Waiting to go to class, these freshman 
tooys can't decide on whether to join a 
.blub or play a sport. 




What are your 

freshman year 

memories? 



My freshmen year memories are from Cluster One. Out of all 
the years, I have to say that was the phattest. The teachers 
were mad cool, especially Mrs. Ansara. 

-Peter Pang 

My friend Matt placed all my books on the top shelf in my 
locker, I had to get my friend Dave to get them down for me 
because I couldn't reach them. 

-Jose Pagan 

I was excited to meet new people because I had just moved 
from Michigan. 

-Kudzai Gomwe 

I felt as though it was a stress free environment because of 
being in clusters! 

-Ana Gutierrez 

I was nervous when I first arrived. After a while I got the hang 
of it; I made new friends & am still friends with them. I'll 
never forget my years here, especially my freshman year. 

-Vanny Suy 



Edited by Yoeun Loeum & Mvyung Nguyen 



First Days at LHS 



One Spring 

Evening 

Oh , so long ago... 

Gold & black streamers and vibrant 
balloons covered the Thomas A. Murphy 
Cafeteria to make the transformation of 
our daily eating place a success. Soda & 
snacks were served throughout the 
never-ending evening. Held on Friday, 
April 3, 1998, many upperclass students 
joined the crowd of freshmen for their 
first formal dance ever. 



KEEP SERVING 

Pouring sparkling soda, John Silva and | 
Brenda DeAngelis set up the beverages I 
for the Freshmen Social. 




WAITING ANXIOUSLY ALL HUGS 

Unsatisfied with their dates, these Getting ready to strut their stuff, Garrett 

freshmen guys wait for the ladies to call Trombly, Darcie Williams & Katie 

them to the dance floor. Dussault gather on the dance floor. 



Freshman Social 




CLOSE UP 

Partnered up for a slow song, couples 

share a close, tender moment. 

FRIENDS FOREVER 
Settled at the social, Monique Bolden & 
Kristin Hamilton model the spring 
fashions of 1998. 




SMILES FOR THE FRESH GIRLS 
lust having fun, Katherine Kennedy, Katie 
Rogers, Sarah Staid, Eileen Cohn & 
)l Bridget Byrne squeeze in for a fast dance. 



Edited by Myvung Nguyen & Yoeun Loeum 



Freshman Social 



CHIT CHAT 

Besides dancing Vy & Phana continue 
their conversation as Sarnai tries to 
listen to the music. 



KEEPING IT LOW KEY 
Away from the big crowds, Sandy 
Luangoudom & Leakhena Levin 
dance to their own style while others 
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STEALING A SLOW SONG 
Working their way around the dance 
floor, Reaksmey Soy and her date 
Bun twirl around to the magical music. 



Freshman Social 




By the end of the night. . . 





KEEPING SECRETS 
Whispering some words of wisdom, 
Bunnavy Chak tells Sunlin Hem 
something funny about her boyfriend 
David. 

AVOIDING EYE CONTACT 
Keeping an arm' s length apart, Samath 
Soy & John DeAngelis do their best 
not to make eye contact. 






SET UP CREW 

Making the night a success, a few 
dedicated freshman help setup to make 
it an unforgettable evening. 



PAIRED UP 

Swing your partner round & round, 
doing the Doe-See-Doe, these couples 
bust a move. 



Edited by Myvung Nguyen & Yoeun Loeum 



Freshman Social 




CUDDLING UP 

Taking a break from all their dancing, 

Christina Thompson, Dennis Filiautreau, 

& Nicole Chasin sit down to enjoy a 

drink. 



SHARING STORIES 

Found on the outskirts of the dance floor, 

Joe Sargeant & Erin O'Brien chat about 

their night and their missing dates. 




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Ready to Rock ~n ~ Roll 



Held at the Fransican Center in Andover on March 13,1999, sophomores danced the night 

away to the sounds ofDJs Chris & Gretchen Brunelle. The night was full of fun, glitz & 

glamour. Never enough time, partiers were decked out to hang with friends & dates. 



GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN 
Showing up fashionably late, these girls 
prove that those extra minutes spent 
getting ready was well worth it. 




ASIDE FROM THE FUN 
Standing back, Marina Harrington, Tom 
Boyle & Matt Lombard watch as the 
crowd boogies down. 

TABLE TALK 

Taking a break, Ryan Carroll, Billy 
Florence, John Do Ian, Joey Baker & Emily 
Gilday enjoy the hot appetizers. 




GET READY TO RUMBLE 

All pumped up, the guys refrain from dancing, but seem 

to be enjoying the music anyway. 




Sophomore Social 1999 



Let the Good Times Roll 



SHAKE YOUR BOOTIE 
Moving with the manaccaa's, these 
girls get down to business on the dance 
floor. 

STICKING TOGETHER 
Holding on tight, Mike Holland & 
Carrie Rondeau make sure they don't 
lose each other in the massive crowd 
of dancers. 

DANCING DIVAS 
Getting down with their bad self, Mike 
Kandrotas, Katie Rogers & Lauren 
Beausoleil squeeze on their own cor- 
ner of the floor. 






CHOICES CHOICES 
Thinking about the possibilities, Catherine 
Callery glances through the crowd for a 
dance partner. 



WHAT A FASHION STATEMENT 

All tied up, lames Sylvester takes a 

break from the sweat to quench his 

thirst. 




Edited by Carrie Rondeau & Samath Soy 



Sophomore Social 1999 



SPECIAL REQUEST 

Trying to keep the music flowing, dancers 

check out what music the DJ has to offer. 



ALOHA 

Enjoying the dance Hawaiian style, Pam 
LaMothe & Chris Wilson hula down to a 
different beat. 




TIME FOR A BREAK 

On their way to the dance floor, Savoeun 

Chea & Vannary Sok stop to get a snack 



Sophomore Social 1999 



Let the Good Times Roll 




OOD FRIENDS 
Time with friends is always well spent as 
iihese cool dudes head off for a Buddy 
>Shot without their dates. 



STAYING AWAKE 

After a full night of dancing, lose Morales 

surprises his date, just barely keeping her 

awake. 

DIRTY DANCING 

Moving like Patrick S wayze, Tom Conlin 

trips the night fantastic with Ashley 

Fairbank. 





Edited by Carrie Rondeau & Samath Soy 



Sophomore Social 1999 



ALL BUNCHED UP 
Trying to squish together, attendees pick 
a table before over 800 crowd into the 
Fransican Center. 



I WANT TO BE A SUPER MODEL 
Modeling their stunning evening wear, 
Ashley Fairbank & Megan Trudel strut 
their stuff around the dance floor. 




FASHIONABLE FRIENDS 
Stopping to admire their choice of dresses, 
Kerri Russell & Kristin Lesniak make 
their way back to their table. ' 

WHEN ALL IS SAID & DONE 
At the end of the night, some students 
finish the fun on the floor while others 
make a quick dash for the exit doors. 




Sophomore Social 1999 



ON BENDED KNEE 

A true gentleman, Dennis Filiatrault gives 

Sylvia Rocha a place to rest. 

WAITING PATIENTLY 

Hanging out, Lee Yin talks shop with 

other revelers while their dates hit the 

bathroom. 

SLOWING IT DOWN 

Nearing the end of the night, Maranda 

Strong gets a chance to dance with Coldan 

Tith. 




MAKING AN ENTRANCE FASHION DO' S 

Showing up early, Sunlin Hem & her date Looking their best, sunglasses were a 
wait for the rest of their friends to arrive. requirement to hang out with these party- 
goers. 



Sophomore Social 1999 



Good Friends, 

Harvest 1999 ■■ 

Food & Fun 

The Junior Harvest was attended by 
over 600 jovial revelers. The night was 
full of dancing & socializing. While the 
tunes kept pumping, dancers tore up the 
floor. The attire for the evening was 
semi-formal. However, outfits ranged 
from shirt & tie to tuxedos for guys, 
while the ladies style ranged from dressy 
to extreme extravagant. In any event, 
everyone looked fabulous! 




MAKING THEIR WAY THROUGH 
Going through the buffet, Jennifer Hogue 
and Sarah Ryan head for the dessert 
section. 



READY FOR FUN 

Taking abreak from dancing, these friends 
enjoy a moment away from the crowded 
dance area. 




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PERFECTLY POSING 
Taking advantage of the buddy shot 
opportunity provided by Pendleton, these 
guys are all smiles. 

WHAT A STUD 

Heading downthe buffet table, a well- 
groomed James Shaughnessy gets 
prepared to eat some yummy appetizers. 




ALL DECKED OUT 
Making a fashion statement, Sarah & 
(Nicole Ouellette, April O'Connor, Matt 
LLefebvre & Mike Jarvis make their way 
to the dance floor. 



Edited by Kristin Hamilton 



Harvest 1999 



GETTING IT ALL TOGETHER 

No better chance than tonight to get 

together for fun and photos. 

LOOK AT HIM DANCE 
Taking his share of space on the Dance 
floor, teacher Mr. Leonard shows the 
students some moves from his time. 




PIT STOP 

On their way back from the Ladies Room, 
Katie Sturtevant & Anne Mangan stop to 
wait for friends. 



Harvest 1999 



Let the Good Times Roll 



BUDDIED UP 

Squeezing in, Darcie DeAngelo & Leanne 

Sandberg hold on tight to their dates. 




STAYING AWAKE 

Snuggling up, Leap Lorn and Paul Neak 

get close for their last few moments of the 

night. 

CROUCHING TOGETHER 
Taking a break from the floor, this group 
of friends shareget together for a buddy 
shot. 



Edited by Tammy Sweeney & April O'Connor 



Harvest 1999 



FASHIONABLY LATE 

With tickets in hand, this group of people 

know that food and fun are awaiting them 

inside. 



DECISIONS DECISIONS 
Making his way down the line of 
scrumptious treats, Keith Littlefield 
doesn't know what to choose from the 




SATIN AND GLITTER 

Waiting in line for buddy shots, these two 

couples snuggle close. 



NOT NOW 

Swaying with his mystery date, Jose Pagan 

whispers in her ear. 



SHINING BRIGHT 

Modeling their lovely dresses, Jennifer 
Squeglia & Stephaine Fontanez rest their 
weary feet. 



Harvest 1999 




IT'S GOOD TO BE HERE 
Making their grand entrance, Jason Berard 
& Stephen Darrigo arrive in style and 
look forward for the night to begin. 




GETTING JIGGY 

Grooving to the tunes, Vanessa Bogosian 
shows everyone how Will Smith "Get's 
Jiggy With It!" 

YMCA 

Enthralled with the music, these dancers 

watch for moves- from the dj. 





PERFECT SMILES 

Crammed together for a group shot, 
students rested and gave a wary smile for 
Pendelton Photography. 



LIFE OF THE PARTY 
Busting out a move on the floor, Amanda 
Potter shows the people around her how 
to let loose. 



Harvest 1999 



ROYAL „ 

FLUSH 

Marked with tradition & fun, 
Homecoming activities went off without 
a hitch, October 23-25. Students 
particpated in various ways including 
voting, the dance & attending the football 
game. Lowell defeated Methuen, in a 
romp, for their fourth win of the season. 



THE PEOPLES CHOICE 
Waiting to cast their vote with the new 
Mrs. Andricopoulos (aka Ms. G), students 
particpate in Homecoming voting during 
their lunch mods, October 23-25. 




ROSS IS BOSS PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC 

Tackled by two Methuen defenders, Playing bass guitar during the halftime 

running back Jeff Ross gets stopped just show, Willie Blair keeps to the beat of the 

short of a first down. Ross finished with music with the entire marching band on 

131 yards rushing for the night. the field. 



Homecoming 2000 




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Let the Good Times Roll 



HOMECOMING COURT 
Surrounded by Welta Boulaphanh, 
Amanda Lamphier, Danica Colby & 
Chantavia Brown, Vanessa Bogosian 
shines as the 2000 Homecoming Queen. 
Five candidates were voted in to the court 
and the overall winner was crowned at the 
football game. 



CHEERS FOR LHS 
Stunting during a time out, Candice 
Gendron rallies the crowd by completing 
a scale for the onlookers. 




1999 winner Raunny Rosario presents Pa 



School where continues to make bii 



Edited by John Kenney & Kristin Hamilton 



Lowell Beats Metheun 34-14 



TOGETHER TIME 

Hamming it up for the camera, Welta 
Boulaphanh, Amanda Lamphier, Vanessa 
Bogosian, Danica Colby & Chantavia 
Brown enjoy the spotlight. 




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DEFENSE, DEFENSE 
Completing a play, players look to see 
where the ball ended up. Lowell kept 
Metheun scoreless in the first half. 

SMILING BRIGHT 
Cheering with the crowd, Lilly Silva & 
Jen Scannell wave to get the cheerleaders 
to do "Red, Red." Over 500 fans packed 
the stadium for the fun festivities. 




A CROWNING MOMENT 
Shortly after being announced, 1999 
Queen Stephanie Zgonis steps to crown 
Vanessa Bogosian for the 2000 honor. 



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NICE HAIR 

Playing the right notes to the school song, 
Brian McCuIlock adds fun to the evening 
with his new "do." 



SNUGGLE UP 

Snacking on nachos, Paul Neak, Leap 
Lorn, Matt O'Malley & Gisette Santos 
watch the Red Raiders roll over Methuen. 




JUST IN TIME 

Casting theirballot, seniors Sophean Lim, 
Kristin Hamilton & Danica Colby want to 
make sure their vote counts. 






PERFECT SHOT 

Recording every play, Leakana Levin 
tapes the action of the game for viewing 
over Channel 22. 



CAUGHT IN ACTION 

Making a mess of the crowd, Jason 

Sheehan sprays his silly string all over his 

friends. 



Edited by Kristin Hamilton & John Kenney 



Lowell Beats Metheun 34-14 



Hot Dog 

Hamburger 

Sal's Pizza 

Salad 

Ham & Cheese 

French Fries 

Chips 

Menu 

At a 

Glance 

Flavored Chips 

Twinkles 

Fruit Pies 

Cookies 

Ice Cream 



GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS 
Ready- to dig into their school-bought 
lunches, Nadia Seri, Jestina Steever & 
Tomaa Beh spend $5 a week to get the 
main meal, a vegetable, a snack and a 
refreshing milk to wash it all down. 






HAPPY TOGETHER 

Lunching with friends, Bunthorn Horm, 
Samath Soy, Leap Lorn, Tammy Sweeney & 
Nicole Clay squeeze into a crowded table at 
Mod 11 lunch. 



IT'S LUNCH TIME 

With smiles galore, Amy Chateaunef waits 

patiently in line to get her lunch. 



ENJOYING A COKE & A SMILE 
Enjoying Mod 9 lunch, Chan Long 
takes some quiet time to prepare for 
the rest of his school day. 





Lunch Bunches 



Let the Good Times Roll 




ALL FINISHED 

Getting ready to move to their next class, 

Savoeun Keung & Vannary Sok prepare 

their books and finish up their 

conversation. 



SPENDING QUALITY TIME 
With time to spare, Meghan Trudel, 
Heather Martin & Frankie Moscato clean 
up their table and get ready to move on. 



Buy It or 
Brown Bag It? 



For the low cost of one 

dollar, students can 

buy a scrumptious 

school lunch. Most 

students enjoy lunches 

from home, like yogurt 

with fruit on the 

bottom or homemade 

sub sandwiches. Some 

buy the school lunch 

because they are 

desperately hungry 

and need a quick fix. 

25 Minutes of Freedom 




Danielle Garneau 
Matt Brousseau 




Anne Mangan 
Ashley Fairbank 





SNACK QUEEN 

Giving change to Diana Rolle for her 
Cheetos, Carol Pepin serves her students 
throughout the day with a smile! 

OUTDOOR LUNCHEON 
Taking time away from the crowd senior 
Bunthen Bun and a friend spend their 
lunch outside in the sun. 



Edited by Emily Gilday & Chan Long 



Lunch Bunches 



NEED KETCHUP 

Huddled around the condiment stand, 
students fight to get ketchup, mustard, 
salt, relish and onions to compliment their 
school lunch choices. 



SETTLING IN TO EAT 

Preparing to dig in, Tom Boyle sits down 

to engulf his sandwich while Matt 

Michaud enjoys a lollipop from the school 

store. 



CHILLIN VILLIANS 
Taking a break at lunch, Amanda 
Lamphier, Brendon Woods, Cyndi 
Poitras, Amanda Potter & Phil Trudel 
share a Gatorade smile. 




OUTSIDE EATER 

Enjoying potato chips from the snack bar, 
senior Andy Kim takes a canal side view 
while munching down on flavored chips. 

GIGGLING AWAY 
Talking about their Senior Seminar & 
DECA escapades, Amy Hawkins & 
Stacey Herbert finish their sandwiches to 
lots of jokes & giggles. 




LUNCH BUDDIES 

Huddling up like they do in football, Matt 
Zousoumas, James Shaughnessy, Chris 
Cenik & Eddie Kennedy gather around 
their Mod 9 lunch table. Rumor has it, 
these boys have assigned seating in their 
neck of the cafeteria. 



Lunch Bunches 



Let the Good Times Roll 



FRIES ANYONE 

Preparing the next batch of everyone's 

favorite food, Kathy Anderson & Alice 

Harrington work hard to keep the lines 

short. 




ROUND TABLE 

Gathered around the set table of eight, 
Cheath Eath, Savoeun Chea, & Marrodyne 
Mam squeeze to let others join them. 



HUNGRY 

After a long day in class, Katie Dussualt, 
Danielle Bergeron, Erin Maloney, Katie 
Rogers, KaraFrechette & Kelly Hemming 
finish up their snacks. 




HOW REFRESHING 

Finishing their quenching drinks, Megan 

Moffett & Caitlin Green slurp their 

beverages. 

LAUGHING IT UP 

Getting ready to head back to class, Enoel 
Gonzalez, Joshua Richardson, Eric Colon 
& Denise Algarin finish their lunches 
laughing and talking. 



WASH IT DOWN 

Preparing to open his milk, Samnang Diep 

looks to his neighbor for some assistance. 



Edited by Emily Gilday & Chan Long 



Lunch Bunches 



NO TIME TO EAT 

Taking time to catch up on some extra 
school work, Mike Windward, Lauren 
Rock, and Eric Foley have no time to eat 
their lunches today. 



NO APPETITE 

Not in the mood for lunch, Kevin 
LaFlamme and Erica Vitorino take time 
to study for their next class. 



READY TO DIG IN 
Getting ready to eat snacks & a school 
lunch. Matt Iwanicki, Jessie Blanchard 
and Nick Tamvalakis can't wait to fill 
their stomach with some good food. 




SNACK TIME 

Ready to dig into some sour cream & 
onion chips, Sarah Ouellette sits outside 
and enjoys the beautiful fall day. 

LUNCH PALS 

Mod 9 lunch is quality time for Chris 
Cenik and Laura Hughes. During this 
time they eat lunch and have a few laughs 
to break up the school day. 




BROWN BAGGED LUNCHES 
This table is all set with their bagged 
lunches from home. Shannon Doyle, 
Corey Smith, Allison Geoffroy & Sharen 
Wheatley. 



Lunch Bunches 



VEGGIE LOVERS 

In line to get their salads, Mary Proctor, 
Sambath Bo & Shaunee DeAngelis would 
rather eat veggies instead of hot dogs and 
hamburgers for lunch. 




FINISHING UP 

Just about finished with their lunches, 
Leanne Sandberg & TomBoyle take some 
time to digest before they continue on 
with the day. 



CROWDED LUNCH ROOM 
Rushing to the cafe, LHS students hope to 
find a table with enough seats to fill it 
with their friends. 




A BIG BITE 

Taking a minute to wash down his 
hamburger & french fries, Mike Jarvis 
watches his friend Matt Campbell take a 
big bite from a yummy french fry dripping 
with ketchup. 

GOT MILK? 

Enjoying a refreshing milk, Samnan Le 
watches closely as Potang Paisarn quickly 
stuffs his mouth with french fries. 



MOUTH FULL 

Chomping on some cheesy Doritos, Eric 
Knutson & Adam Brown enjoy their 
favorite twenty five minutes of the day. 



Lunch Bunches 



Seniors & their guests gathered at the 
Sheraton Tara in Nashua, for an evening of 

glamour & glitz... 

Hot Fun on a 
Cold, Winter's 

Night 



A TENDER MOMENT 
Kissing her date goodnight, Tabithajxr 
Hebert plants one on Peter Gran, thanking 
him for a spectacular evening at the 
Sheraton Tara in Nashua. 



SWING DANCE 

Showing off his slick moves, Scott Stevens 
doe-see-does with selected lady Darcie 
DeAngelo across the dance floor as people 
look on with amazement. 

FINE DINING 

Sipping cold beverages, Nicole Chasin & 

Mark Ward slink close together. 




GROOVING TO THE MUSIC 
Spinning the tunes favored by party-goers 
such as Anou Lovan & Bethany Fortin, 
the DJ from ClubT Productions watches 
over the dance floor to make sure the 
music is a hit for dancers. 



CHOO CHOO 

Putting their best foot forward, seniors 
Sylvia Rocha, Katie Theodoras & Steve 
Darrigo make their moves through the 
crowd. 



Senior Snowball 2001 




Let the Good Times Roll 



IORGEOUS GALS 

aught chit-chatting. April O'Connor, teacher Jill 

aBranche, Danica Colby, Carrie Rondeau & Kristin 

(amilton wait to have a buddy shot by Hilton 

hotography. 




DINNER & DANCING 
After eating a scrumptious buffet, Vanny 
Suy, Vannak Suy, Sophean Lim, & 
Reaksmey Suy linger at the table. 



MYSTERY MEN 

Appearing incognito for the event, Kevin 
LaFlamme, Dan Carney & Scott Stevens 
patiently wait for the action to begin. 




ELVIS LIVES 

The Snowball wasn't the only party 
happening at the Sheraton Tara, hotel 
guests played bingo with The King while 
dancers flocked to him as usual. 



Edited by April O'Connor & Carrie Rondeau 



Senior Snowball 2001 



ON THE WAY OUT 

Stopping outside the exit doors, Matt BUNDLING UP 

McGuire, Kait Sturtevant & her date, Taking time to greet each other, Jim Sloan 

Elaina Koivisto & Chad Asselin decide & Jaime, Jessie Blanchard, Sean Thellen 

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CUTE AS CAN BE 

Sweeping her off her sore feet, Nick 
Tamvakalis & date Tiffany Saragian sit 
out a few songs to recover. 

STAYING WARM 

As the doors blew open & shut, senior 
Nicole Ouellette made sure that her date 
Dave Lavoie shared his body heat. 




GET YOUR VEGGIES 
Stepping up to the buffet, students chose 
from a variety of vegetables, rice, chicken, 
beef, hummus, tabouli & bread. 



Senior Snowball 2001 





BOYS IN THE HOOD 

Waiting to be asked to dance, Corey Smith. 
Brendan Pollard, Jeff Howe & Tom Conlin 
rally on the edge of the dance floor. 



GET ALONG 

Rounding up the Dixie Chicks, George 
Zaralidis ads a smidge of southern flare to 
the memorable evening. 





STARLETS 

Waiting for the line to die down for buddy 

shots, Evelina, Danielle Gameau, Kara 

Silva & Darcie Williams linger in the 

hallway. 

NORTHERN COWGIRLS 
Glancing at the dancers on the floor, 
seniors Shannon Doyle & Marina 
Harrington flash their pearly whites. 



FABULOUS THREE 
AIL decked out, Linda Sok, Samon & Kia 
model their top dress choices for this 
year's styles. 



Edited by April O'Connor & Carrie Rondeau 



Senior Snowball 2001 




SMOKE & FIRE 

Making their fashionably late entrance, 
Leanne Sandberg, Heather Gagnon, 
Candice Gendron & Christine Mulligan 
prove that red & black dresses are back. 

CHEERFUL EVENING 
As the night winds down, Matt Campbell 
& his date Amy Zediana enjoy a moment 
of laughter together. 



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SEEING DOUBLE 

Gathering at the soda bar, Rin Kong, 
Bunnavy Chak, Sarachanda Ett, Christi 
Panyanouvong, Sopheap Sou & 
Sereyrorth Yi benefit from a quick break 
in the music. 



THREES COMPANY 
Waiting in line for the buffet table, friends 
Et, Tommy & Kello Khounthy gab about 
what the night holds in store for the three 
of them. 



Senior Snowball 2001 




Let the Good Times Roll 



DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY 
Holding each other close, Alvin Pedrosa 
and Yovalerie Ortiz squeeze in one last 
dance before the night ends. 



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A LONG WAIT 

Anxious to have their picture taken, 

students fill the area with loud chatter as 

they wait to fill put forms for couple 

shots. 

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS 
Winding down to a final dance 
opportunity, Ryan Obdens, Sambath Bo, 
Richard Douglas & Shaunee Deangelis 
gather together to finish off the night. 




ONE AUTOGRAPH ONLY 
Signing up for a couple shot, seniors Jack 
Farrell & Leakhena Levin make sure 
they're not the last to have their picture 
taken. 

ON THE DANCE FLOOR 
Getting their groove on, students attending 
the Snowball party to the non-stop hits 
requested by their peers. 



Edited by April O'Connor & Carrie Rondeau 



Senior Snowball 2001 



BREAKING IN THE SPLIT 
One arming it, breakers dance in the the 
caferteria during the Hawaiian Luau Video 
Dance on Thursday to conclude the 200 1 
Spirit Week Activities. 



ALOHA 

Standing tall & proud, Matthew Campbell 
dons his coconut bra & hawaiian shirt for 
the fun of it all. Students enjoyed the lip 
sync contest for the final event. 




A Week • f> 

at A 
Glance 




After much anticipation & planning, members of the student body 
participated in three days of fun-filled events. Due to the high 
membership of each class, the decision to separate each class was 
made. Seniors were joined by freshman students each day, while 
sophomores & juniors competed against each other. 

Held the week after quarterly exams, some students remained in 
homeroom to watch videos while the other two classes participated 
in events. Videos included educational information on Surviving 
High School & Teen Smoking. Each video lasted 45 minutes with 
an opportunity for questions & answers. 

After being called to the fieldhouse, students watched, listened & 
laughed at the events. On Tuesday, Comedian Kevin Wanzer 
brought a suttle message that every student is different in their own 
way, and that being different was okay. ALOHA means Attitude, 
Love, Overcoming obstacles & HA laughing at yourself and with 
others. Clash & Dash Olympics brought an array of mismatched 
students to the gym for relay races. The Lip Sync Contest was 
splattered with students dressed for the Luau Dance. The best part 
of Spirit Week was coming together as a school, uniting inpeaceful 
events for all to have fun! 




SAY NO TO FIRESTONE 
Tirelessly, senior team members jump 
through the radials to beat the freshman 
class in Clash & Dash Olympics. The 
senior players were champs of this race. 



Spirit Week 2001 



Let the Good Times Roll 






An Okay Three Days 

Students crowd the fieldhouse for separate activities. 



THE CATERPILLAR OR THE WORM 
Filmed by Bryan Sullivan, members of 
You Can' t Touch This perform one of the 
exciting moves that earned them First 
Place in the Lip Sync Contest on Thursday, 
January 25. 
GROVER DAY 

All smiles after a day of motivation, Kevin 
Wanser takes a break with Grover, Jai 
Thompson & George Zaralidis. Student 
Council assisted in planning Spirit Week. 




A TEAM EFFORT 

Racing their way across the gym floor, 
George Zaralidis pulls his skateboarders 
to victory. 



Spirit Week 2001 



CIRCUS CIRCUS 

Getting technical with their hula hoop, 
senior George Zaralidis & Jessica steady 
the hoop as Katie Theodoros throws 
herself through it. 



High In The Air 

Showing off another aerobic move, You 
Can't Touch This members boogy to the 
seventies beat, including Disco Inferno 
and a tune by Michael Jackson. 



LIP GLOSS HEAVEN 
All shined up in a koolaid smile, Ashley 
Cote, Kerri Russell, Jessica Bellemare & 
Katie Dussault get ready to trip the light 
fantastic at the Luau Dance. 




HEADACHE 

All in black, Tha Yok spins a little during 
the Lip Sync contest. Breakers were 
invited to the floor between the changing 
of classes. 

EYE CONTACT 

Keeping his eyes focused on the judges 
table, Buntheon Mau performs with his 
friends to take Second Place. 




NOT ENOUGH TIME 

With strict guidelines, dance groups strut 
their stuff during a 3 minute routine. 
Because of the popularity of the Lip Sync 
contest, performers had to audition the 
week prior to the event. 



Spirit Week 2001 



ON YOUR MARK,GET SET, GO 
Rocking & rolling to the music Jackie 
Serrano helps her fellow classmate on the 
skateboard surfboard. 




LOVE WHAT YOU DO 
Encouraging students to laugh & just be 
a kid again, Kevin Wanzer talks with 
several students who couldn't get enough 
of his funny jokes. 

Y YEAH DRAGON 
Showing of their tremendous talent, 
dancers work the audience for a Third 
Place finish. With groups as small as two 
& as large as eight, committed dancers 
gave the crowd something to cheer about. 









POK E MON 

Racing down the gym floor, Vannary Im 
struggles with the inflatable toy. Students 
did some crazy things during the races, 
including dancing with the blow up dolls! 



CATCHING THEIR BREATH 
After a fun night, Meghan Trudel, Tom 
Boyle, Marina Harrington, Corey Smith, 
Shannon Doyle, John DeAngelis & Liz 
Driscoll discuss the remainder of the 
nights' festivities. 



Edited by Chanthavorn Khlok & Emily Gilday 



Spirit Week 2001 



PAY ATTENTION 

Crowding on to the bleachers, seniors 
spent one mod getting ready for the Gym 
Photo. Hope you were paying attention to 
the photographer! Check out your smile. 



WHERE'S MY PACKAGE 
Checking with Pendleton on various 
Wednesdays paid off for some lucky 
seniors as they pick up their proofs & 
picture packages. Did you remember to 
pick out the picture you wanted? 




LAMINATED OR FRAMED 
Filling out the Image Photo form, seniors 
Vanny Suy &Toni Khem take another 
look at their order to make sure they 
checked the appropriate boxes. 



LEARNING ABOUT JOBS 
Giving their undivided attention, 
interested future employees listen as the 
job recruiter tells them about their 
company. Seniors participated in a job 
fair sponsored by LCPY. 



Buddy shots, outfits, scheduling an appointment, showing up for the 
appointment & picking out our picture all lead us to the same thought. 




W, 



ill You Remember Me 



Senior Portrait Divider 



Will You Remember Me 



HELP HER PICK 

Looking through her proofs from 
Pendleton Photography, Heather Martin 
tries to decide which photograph to place 
in her yearbook. 




Senior Portraits 46 

Second Alphabetic Section 92 

Camera Shy Seniors 106 



Edited by Vanny Suy 



Senior Portrait Divider 



Ashley Abcunas 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Soccer, 
ILC, Crew, Skiing, Science Club. Memories: 
Girls night, Grasshopper, Joker, powder puff, 
Mrs Dillion, staaarches, Mini Golfing at 
Max's, New Yrs 00, football games, France, 
Canada, Harvest 99, Ski trips, squirrels & 
pigeons. Enjoy yourself! These are the good 
old days, you'll miss it in the years ahead! 
Future: College, success & happiness. 



Jared S. Adams 

Entered from: Butler. MS. Activities: 
Communications Academy. Memories: I'm 
glad to have been part of the Communication 
Academy because I now know a great deal of 
TV Production & Film making experiences 
which I will use in college & in a profession. 
I'm glad I was able to work with such great 
friends. Future: To become an experienced 
film director. 



Ilonka Alcantara 

Entered from: Dominican Republic. 
Activities: Hispanic Club. Memories: The 
different cultures that I was able to get in 
touch with here at LHS that really impressed 
me alot. Also how teachers interact with 
different people from different countries. 
Future: College, become a Dentist. 



Malaphone Amnartkeo 

Entered from: Daley MS. Be a leader, not a 
follower. Cash rules everything around me. 
Memories: Yeah we made it, who's down for 
four years, JK goodbye to those I knew, catch 
me on the road to fame and success. Future: 
College. 




Luis Anjos 



Magda Andino 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: ILC, 
Hispanic Club, Science Club, Headmaster's 
Advisry Panel, Headmaster' s Latino Advisory 
Council, ROTC, Honor Guard, Drill Team, 
Student council, Peer Leadership, Newspaper. 
Memories: Hey babes... to all my friends, it 
was nice, the good times we spent together. 
AG, thanx for the support. Future: College, 
Air Force. 



Nickname: Figo. Activities: Soccer. 
Memories: The best times I had was with my 
friends hanging out in school and getting in 
trouble fork! Future: Get adegree in business, 
get married and have lots of kids. 




David Annis 





Shirley Antoine 

Entered from: Immaculate Conception. 
Nickname: Ley-Ley. Activities: ILC, Black 
Unity Club, Hrm Rep, Student Council, 
Headmaster's Advisory Panel, Fr Basketball, 
So Volleyball. Don't dwell too much on the 
past, for the past is just that; a gift. Memories: 
Reigning Ms . LHS , going to Russia, Manama, 
TaShaun, Sha'leya & everyone, in 
between... luv y'all. Future: First Female 
President of US, become the best in all I do. 



Mindi Aquino 





Luisa Arias 





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Micheal Arias 



Erik Arvidson 

Entered from: Franco American School. 
Activities: Crew, Swimming, ILC. Memories: 
Oh yeah, showing teachers my shorty's shirt, 
skating, Satums with custom exhaust beating 
Honda Station wagons, rules ! Future: College, 
become a Navy Seal. 



Chadwick Asselin 

Entered from: Robinson MS. I'm super, I'm 
nothing, I'm no one, going no where fast but 
I don't care. Memories: Who had the idea of 
mixing lemon and ice tea and calling it Brisk, 
I owe my teen years to you. Future: PC Tech. 



Christopher Baldwin 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Science 
& Math Club, ILC. Memories: Mr. Sok 
inspiring me to go to Middlesex Community 
College, LG, it's about time. ..Dude. Future: 
Computer Engineer, be a success in life. 




Kea Ban 

Nickname: Pumkin. Activities: Science Club, 
ILC, Southeast Asian Club. Memories: 
Hanging out with my high school sweetheart, 
Bun, TC. Future: Go to a two year college. 




Elisha Bartlett 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: ILC, 
Swimming, Track, The Review, DECA, Pep 
Club. Memories: HK 4 Life! Pat's w/Ana, 
BB, Card Nite, BF! LB, Twim DM, senior 
nite, 1 8 month Social! SB, any fling? DB, r u 
an elf? Our club, Fr. Stalker KF, Varnum BK, 
chase car HG, Sunglasses @Nite, Boston 
Skip, #1 LD, T&C Crew, BBC 99, EM ur 
mah la-day, count on me, Sb EM Burp KR M, 
Jackson, CarCr@99 by DB. Future: College. 



Christina Bates 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Student Council President, ILC Latin Chapter 
Rep, Dance Ensemble, NHS, School 
Committee Advisery Panel. Memories: 
Spending mornings with Rod and everyone 
in the TV Studio. 



Timothy Beaulieu 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: 
Culinary Arts. Memories: Jim & Keri, L's w/ 
the whole crew RM DC ND PR KJ MD MM. 
Thanks my Mom & Pop & Keri for keeping 
me in school. Future: Make lots of money & 
have a nice family. 



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Stephanie Ballos 

Entered from: WangMS. Activities: Softball 
Swimming, Pep Club, Math & Science Club, 
DECA, ILC. Memories: HK 4-Life, hey, all 
my life, DB, video tapes CD. Nyaah NR, 18 
months social EB, Boston skip, EM & my 
parties, broken bed KR, Car accident @9s, 
spasattack KR, Crystal AC #1 HR, Go, Go, 
Go KR, Batwatch w/RM DM EM LB, beach 
2000. Future: College. 




Edited by Samath Soy 



Lauren Beausoleil 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, Basketball, Track. Memories: 
collage w/EC, junior pride ©Powder Puff, 
Zoomastigina w/NR, jeepers w/EC BM, golf 
carts & shopping sprees w/SS, SM & 
Kimballs, Bay watch w/EM SB RM DM, Noel 
Bergeron, LD thinking we were serious, 
Elisha or Dave? 1st football game, DB leech 
w/SB, LMBH, The Funny Stairs, #1 HR, 
Summer 00, KR go go go! Poster from LF, 
sledding @MP. Future: College. 



Class of 2001 





Tomaa Beh 



Activities: Science Club, ILC, Black Unity 
Club. Memories : I miss my old school back in 
Liberia, Africa. Jimmy High, friends Korto, 
John, and Vivian were my three best friends. 
Future: Dental Hygienist. 



Jessica Lee Bellemare 

Memories: eeeehhhh, groooossss, summer 
beach house 2000, chillin w/my homies BB 
PL NM CG TG CC KR BF BS, leopard 
bikinis, FH parties, MP, Arthurs, Canada, 
Prom 2000, Sr Snowball, Jr Harvest, So Social, 
New Yrs 2000 @ BBs house, soccer/football 
games, dances. Future: Graduate from college, 
get a good job with good money, one day 
have a family. 



Danielle Bergeron 

Entered from: St. Margarets. Activities: NHS, 
ILC, Science Club, DECA, The Review, Pep 
Club. Memories: HK for life, ceiling fan, 
broken bed KR, glassbreaker AC, Miss O'Neil 
EG, teapot BB, trig bf NR, spicegirls, 
trampoline EB, squish the bug EM, keep the 
boys up SB, blackdress RC, LMBH, Spanish 
explosion LF, old school, 7 lunch & detaining 
w/VB, the club, pull away mamma, Boston 
skip day, FH. Future: Go to college, become 
successful & live a happy life. 



Sarah J. Bernier 

Entered from: Fairgrounds Jr High. Activities: 
DECA, Marketing Academy. Future: Attend 
college, become a Pediatrician or Marketing 
Consultant. 




Lilia F. Bettencourt 

Memories: Fr Social, gym sophomore year 
w/Max, Mr. Borst's class junior year I won't 
forget you, senior year the best school year 
ever, love you Max, thanks Mom & Dad for 
everything. Future: Go to college, get married. 




Jessie L. Blanchard 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Peer 
Mediation, ILC, Swimming, Crew, YRBK. 
Memories: Arthurs, 4/1/98, fairy, CMSLC, 
Lez w/SL & MM, don't want you back, no 
KOTN, I luv KW, 47 days, no more piercings, 
naming stars, hi guys ST JC RC ML SD SF 
EC AB AO DC SL CM Z MM EL SF JM JS 
SA. For long you live and high you fly, and 
smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry, and all 
you touch and all you see is all your life will 
ever be. Future: Goto college, never grow up. 



Vanessa M. Bogosian 

Activities: NHS, ILC, Pep Club, Student 
Council, Academy. Memories: SC LH EC 
KK LF, tical, Trinity w/hugs & Suzy, MI & 
Zantar w/D2, AO w/Pete & KK, golfing w/ 
LH, Psnap, tootin" w/KK, toga, van parties, 
cape blvd, latenight w/LF, mall w/LB, 
detanning w/DB, Bailey Rd w/ML, sunroof 
w/NR, tennis, VJs, kadunka w/JF, beach w/ 
Suzy, New Years 2000. Future: College. 



Wellta Boualaphanh 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, Science Club, ILC, Southeast Asian 
Club. Memories: Narcon Maryland, DECA 
99/00, 9-22-97, bestfriend BF, Joe, #1 luv 
you girl, image. 4-12-00, MC RM SN JS EV 
RO AL TV WB, boys & girls club, remember 
the cow legs Retna, hehe. Future: Undecided. 



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Jimmy Bouphavongsa 

Entered from: Butler MS. Nickname: Burpx 
boy. Activities: ILC, Math & Science Club, 
Indoor Track, Winter Track, Volleyball, NHS, 
Chess Club. Memories: You only have one 
life to live, live it to the fullest. Make the 
money, don' t let the money make you. Future: 
A high class thief! 



Thomas Boyle 

Entered from: St. Louis. Activities: Baseball, 
Football, Track. Memories: Christmas party 
in Khalida's room, Andover house party, 
BBB video, hammock, Brousseau many 
strange memories including the underwear, 
warm & shaven, Jimmy's car jump, Andover 
dances, Steph in the locker, Faust's incident 
in Spanish class, Mr. Descheneaux's class, 
old dudley, whiffle ball games, all the great 
memories I've had w/MH. Future: College 
followed by a successful career. 





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Jonathan Brodsky 

Entered from: Daley MS. Memories: Whaazz 
up? Hey MC remember So Yr, the ruffryders 
what, chillin w/CF MP ST RC CA MC MM 
MK DM SC, graphics, PC class, Senior 
Seminar & tutorial. Is it 2:05 yet? Future: 
College. 



Matthew Brousseau 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: 
Wrestling, SCORE Mediation, Science Club. 
Memories: Meg's house, old dudley, Jimmy 
Where's my money, Matty spell bed, Goor, 
DMB 7-9-00, the website, Boston trips, River 
Rave 2000, Harvest 99, giving directions, Fr 
Cluster, Sr lunch table, Hi Ra, Dillon & 
Hakam's classes, cameras are bad, I love 
Caity G, thanks everyone for all the memories- 
good, bad, and embarrasing. Future: College. 



Adam Randall Brown 

Entered from: SullivanMS. Activities: ROTC, 
Drill Team, Honor Guard. Memories: We'll 
try to miss you CR, DRs Christmas party, So 
Yr, permission granted MJ. Future: Pilot in 
the Air Force. 



Phillip S. Brown 

Entered from: Daley Middle School. 
Activities: Freshman Soccer, ILC. Memories: 
Sweeny almost as psycho as me, Dave needs 
a good woman to love, Mark good friend bad 
driver, to all my other friends, there wasn't 
enough room for you but, thank you for a 
great four years! Future: I don't know yet! 




Christopher Burnett 



Michael Burns 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Activities: ILC, 
Math & Science Club, Math & Science 
League, NHS Treasurer, Indoor & Outdoor 
Track, Cross Country Track. Memories: 
Freshmen year- April Fool' s Day in Cluster 8, 
Cross country meet vs. Andover & Haverhill 
in the mud. Future: College. 




Bridget A. Byrne 

Entered from: St. Margaret's. Activities: 
Science Club, ILC, The Review, DECA. 
Memories: Spice girls. Cluster 8 girls, wedge 
w/KK EC, Aruba w/KA yea baby, 
Rusty... 007, lil N, the 99, P-Puff, FB w/MS 
oh my's, ACs parties, Store 24 @ 2 am, I love 
Wilma, BK as Carroll, Jack's car, V-sisters, 
Pats w/Ana, AC-risky, FH w/KR SB, my roll 
@FH. beach w/AC, G-Mst, Pow Wow, G- 
tag team holla-holla. Future: Go to college, 
live a happy and successful life! 

Catherine Delia Cattery 

Entered from: St. Michael's. Nickname: 
Chatty. Activities: Student Council, ILC, 
Math & Science Club, School Committee 
Advisory Panel, Stud Govt, Athletic Dept. 
Memories: So I says to the guy, tomato soup 
w/MS CD, driving w/David Allan, foliage 
tours, TCs after party, being married to #10, 
Harvest 99, NM So Yr, KRs beach house, 
Sundays, CD being married to SD, FH LM 
MP, football games w/the girls, JD & FPOS. 
Future: Go to college, Nursing major. 



Matthew Campbell 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Track. 
Memories: Don't wait for anything good to 
come to you, you have to go out and get it 
yourself. Mmmm... that's not a good deal. 
Future: Go to college, have fun, party, make 
money. 



James Capua 



Entered from: St. Louis. Activities: Football, 
Track. Future: Go to a four year college, get 
my doctorate, form my own business. 







Edited by Tammy Sweeney 



Class of 2001 



Nina Cardoso 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: 
Cheerleading, ILC, Homeroom Rep. 
Memories: Winning States & Regionals 99, 
cutting JBs hair, giving JB french fries, Jr 
lunch. 



Daniel Carney 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Review. Memories: Time may change me, 
but I can't trace time. Five-o-Five, formal 
dances, AF SG KL MW MV TR PT KG GS 
SS AM JB CP, dirty Mark, dense goon, 
coocoobanana,URI parties, punk rock, 
Meadowlands, Fort Hill, Mt. Pleasant, Dracut 
State Forest, partying like a rock star, LL LF, 
Prom 2000. Future: College, rocking steady. 



Ryan Carroll 



Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Soccer, 
Indoor Track, Lacrosse, ILC. Math & Science 
Club. Memories: Biz at FH MP LM and the 
Reilly, Authur's da boot, 45s, Cville holy 
land resinit, Dos 2 Mrs. Vs Spanish class is 
the best nunca, ehhhh. Future: College. 




Somphon Chanthavong 




Jimmy Chanthanasinh 




Amy Chanthasen 

Activities: New Horizons, ILC, Science Club. 
Never give up on life, expect the unexpected. 
Future: College, become a Dental Hygienist. 




Bunnavy Chak 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Math & 
Science Club, ILC, Review, Crew, Sec/ Board 
Advisory of Cambodian Club. Memories: Be 
the one person who makes a difference. My 
friends Christie, Srey, Sara, Rin, Sok, Imm, 
Tary, Savoeun/ Cheat, Keung, Linda, Maria, 
Samneang, Thien, Pagna, Nhem, Kim, Allam, 
K-os, OR, Snowball 98, macaroons, ice 
skating in Boston, Lahey, my surprise b-day 
from Srey, fabulous NYC moments 98. 
Future: Finish college, enjoy life. 




Donny Chanthavong 

Activities: Baseball, Football. Memories: Life 
is a game, racing to the end. Death is forever. 
One love to my little homies Khedy Leang, 
stay brotherz thru enternal. Future: Wherever 
life takes me. 




Chamroeun Chan 




Nicole Chascin 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Activities: ILC, 
GSA. Memories: Titanic chickens, omg, its 
my grandmother, cow, the elevator, twins, 
MW JS JE SK CC MT TM DC WC JB SM TK 
AL, sparky, stay beautiful, stay strong, Salem 
PB CT DF DA punk rawk, Tucker, Sailor V, 
hanging out in the band room, woman, PLUR. 
Future: Move to New York, go to college. 




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Will You Remember Me 



Savoeun Chea 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Cambodian Club, Math & Science Club. 
DECA. Memories: Make new friends but 
keep the old, Fr Yr, Mike's house, Boston, 
Chinatown, Brunswick, cafeteria, malls, the 
sunshine, Maria, Dyne, Ky, Bunnavy, Serey, 
Sara, Rin. Christi & Cheath! Future: Attend 
college, make a lot of dinero, get married, 
have two kids, woo hoo! 




Phyroeurn Chhorn 

Nickname: Lisa. Activities: Math & Science 
Club, ILC, New Horizons. 




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Steve Chea 

Entered from: City Magnet. Memories: My 
first & second year at LHS, it was crazy & 
hectic but it was fun. Future: Go to college, 
own my own business. 



Lisa Chenevert 

Entered from: Daley MS. Memories: Walks 
on the beach in February, getting skunked in 
98, going to Boston w/the girls, beach days, 
health class w/KT, all the school dances, talk 
w/LB in hrm, $200 dinner bills at every 
restaurant. I love you guys KT JD JM LB MK 
JP JD & everyone else. Future: Get married, 
have a farm on the beach. 



Sophia Chhim 

Entered from: Wang MS. Memories: So Yr, 
So Soc, summer of 98 & 99, chillin w/NG SM 
CL AQ SC MU & many more. Just try to live 
life to the fullest. Future: Major in Computer 
Graphics/Graphic Arts. 




Pichetrathanak Chim 




Sokhom Chun 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: NHS, 
Science Club, Cambodian Club. Things will 
turn out good, eventually. Future: Start my 
own massage therapy business. 




Nicole M. Clay 

Entered from: SJA. Activities: Mock Trial, 
See-So Yr Pres-Sr Yr, Color Gaurd, NHS. 
Memories: Thurs night study session, eating 
@99, MK EO TT JM TH TS JD SJ SD RD SS 
LL PN MJ, breakfast club ©Missy's locker, 
nationals in Maryland & Indianapolis, 
decorating Tracy's locker, drivers ed w/SJ 
SD JD, Shaunee & Rich are finally together! 
freaking out in Mrs Arnold's chem class, 
football games So Yr, Sean the waiter. Future: 
College for Criminal Justice & Psychology. 




Sarom Chhoeun 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: Drama 
Club. ILC. Math & Science Club, Cambodian 
Club. Memories: Love me or leave me. My 
physics group, CB JT, missing school because 
of tests, GC, Ee-i, being in love for the first 
time Jr Yr, had my heart broken by Sr Yr, 
vowed to hurt him but found myself falling 
for him all over again, good bye love. Future: 
Go to college, meet the right guy in college, 
marry him, become very successful. 




Eileen J. Colin 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: JV 
Basketball, Fr Soccer. Tennis, Math & Science 
Club, ILC, NHS, Pep Club. Memories: KK 
LH VB LF LB SS & all the boys, Skippy, 
colleges w/LB, Fr B-ball, Soso Def w/LH & 
LS, the notebook w/LB, smarty bats, mini 
m&m, weekend buddies. Floyd I & II, wedge 
park w/BB, have to- need to- want to w/ LB 
& KK, powder puff, VJs slumber party in 
hrm, pantyhose w/LB. toga party. New Yrs. 
Future: Go to college & be successful. 




Edited by Sousavanh Philakhong 



Class of 2001 



Danica-Linne Colby 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Concert 
Band, Drum Major Marching Band, Jazz 
Band, The Fitz Demention, Drama Club, ILC, 
YRBK. Memories: Williamsburg, Shasta, 
19?? THATS ALMOST24!!, Tucker being 
ED. Sparky Madid, Garage surge mutes, easter 
duck, closets, MT MM SL CM BM MT KB 
RF AG MB AB NF GZ JB, Maly tissue girl. 
The A table, Merrimack Port, Hobbes, Bianca, 
Dr. Love, cops in Tanglewood, Dunkin 
Donuts! Future: College-Teach Music. 



Evan Collins 



Thomas Raymond Conlin 

Activities: Football, Wrestling, Track, ILC, 
ETS, Science Club. Memories: To all my 
friends, I love each & everyone of you, you're 
all an inspiration to me. To my mother I love 
you more than you'll ever know, my father 
I'll miss you always and to my girlfriend 
Meghan Trudel you were my greatest 
decision, I love you always. Hold on to what 
you have cause one day you'll wake up and it 
will be gone. Future: College, marriage, cop. 



Kathleen Conner 

Entered from: Lowell Catholic HS. Love is 
the only force capable of transforming an 
enemy in to a friend. . .Martin Luther King Jr. 
Future: Become a kindergarten teacher. 



Nicole Marie Connors 

Entered from: Wilmington HS. Nickname: 
Nikki. Activities: Swimming/Diving. 
Memories: Justin A&F, Jen & Kristy BFF, 
Jon & Andy my bruthas, Kelly the next Mariah 
Carey, BG TA MI MR MS AD DP LG MP 
LM KM LL EB JS MM JB MC JT MC TC DS 
NL CB MO TM DT NG JC TT CH EM LM 
JR MG DC KN KW KS MC KW RP SO AQ 
MM RP RR, my girls @lunch, John, AS AS 
LS, Mr Gallagher, Mrs Beaudet, Mr Maggio. 
Future: Become a nurse. 




Katie Copley 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: DECA, 
YRBK. Memories: 4th of July 00 w/KT JD, 
Guy it's hot, I gotta fluff JD, hanging w/KT 
JD LC JM JS SR, choppy Jade East after 
Social, beach trips, going to Wales, JDs face 
print on slider, rollerblading w/JD, Boston w/ 
LC KT MD those are baking apples. Future: 
College, travel, get married & have kids. 



Philip Corbeil 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: Track, 
Cross Country, Lacrosse. Future: To fly for 
the US Air Force. 




Jeffrey Costa 




Ashley Cote 



Entered from: St. Michael's. Activities: 
Volleyball, Track, Softball, NHS, ILC. 
Memories: BB no doubt pit stop @Dick 
Lepines, Krystal, Glass Breaker, 99, Bri- 
Pedigree, see ya howedawg, Volleyball 
Pranks, senior night, PSAT, the Rock, 
Bridget's B-day 00, the fat duo, Wilma & 
Vinny, M St, BB our little accidents, it's been 
real! Future: College & get rich. 



Bradford Cote 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Activities: Track. 
Future: College, career in the computer field. 




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Corey Cote 



Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Baseball, Track, ILC, Science "Club. 
Memories: Hanging out w/my girlfriend KR, 
chillin at Hogies w/my boys BK MR GC, the 
beach w/Bill Faulkner. Future: College. 



Nicholas Cunha 



Tobi-Ellen Cutler 

Activities: Rainbow Connection, Eye on 
Lowell High. Memories: Thanks you LHS 
for helping me improve not just my grades, 
but the quality of my life as well. My family 
has always been very surporti ve of me & my 
sparkling personality, especially my mom. I 
love you all. I also love my Butchy Baby & 
our baby. Peek-a-boo I see you! Brian, I'm 
still awakening my dreams. Skittlez. Future: 
To succeed in life & be a good mother at the 
same time. 



Mariana Dallo 

Actvities: Portuguese Club. Everything has a 
happy ending. If it's not happy, it's because 
it didn't come to an end. Future: Attend 
college, be rich & famous. 




Stephanie Darrigo 




Sareth Dam 



Steven Davidson 

Entered from: St. Jeanne d'Arc. Activities: 
Cross Country, Track, Baseball, ILC, Science 
Club, Student Government. Memories: 
Legion, Pville Football & Baseball, the 
Gimmies VS. Show dawgs, Mike Stanley w/ 
RM EI KK & PT in DWs class, PT & SS @the 
beach, KS basement parties, Scumbag Friday, 
Gimmie Getaway, Harvest, the Hipo, the 
beach all w/CD, Tiffany Dr, Suburban 
surprise, 505, pigskin punx, white hen. Future: 
College. 

John DeAngelis, Jr. 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Cross 
Country, Track & Field, ILC, Science Club. 
Memories: MB getting us lost on roadtrips, 
Enrique I'm hot, she's hot, Matty couldn 
even spell bed, Dillions Bio Class, hey Matt 
are we lost yet? Kealy's class enough said 
Jimmy trying to snowboard, Fr Cluster, Car 
Wars, Davidson & R McCarthy, I'll get you 
back! ! Superman Jimmy 2 1 DeProfio & the 
truck, Tom sleeping act well done, LS & box 
of curve balls & left rackets. Future: College. 



Darcie DeAngelo 

Entered from: SJA. Activities: Swimming, 
Ski Team, The Review, The Phoenix, ILC, 
NHS, Peer Leader. Memories: They help me 
study, SG Sshicedefe, Girls Night, Dr Davis' 
outfits, SW big ears crash, Disney chef's 
song in Quebec, Ranma! VI VS the cat for PT 
fr. yrs, Sugar Snack KS, summer walks home 
CG, No, I don't like work. I had rather laze 
about & think of all the fine things that can be 
done. Future: Live in my VW van, write, scab 
all my pals for showers, watch out Share ! 

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Gennessis DelLlano 



Nhem Dem 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: NHS, 
ILC, Math Club, New Horizons, ETS. This is 
not the end. This is not the beginning of the 
end. But perhaps it is the end of the beginning. 
Future: Attend a four year college, get my 
master's degree, live a happy life. 




Sarah DeSousa 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: 
SCORE, ILC, DECA. Memories: Friday's 
@Shaunees. port w/my husband KS, chillin 
w/SJ SD RD SB AP, ravin' evry yr, troopin' 
thru LT w/AD, pie, big wreckin it always, 
Brazilian babe :) 14/15 Alg 2B w/ED, sugar 
shackin' w/the crew, I luv U all, RRRecords, 
Ethyl & Esther, Where's RB? 10 sec songs, 
na na na, I'm out! Future: Make mum & 
daddy proud ! 



Uyen Ni Dinh 



Activities: Science League & Club, ETS, 
ILC, Homeroom Rep, Asian Club, 
Environmental Club. Do what you love, love 
what you do, and deliver more. than you 
promise. Good luck to everyone, Peace & 
Love. Future: Become a Dentist, Pharmacist, 
or a Doctor. 




Julie Lynn Demaree 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: 
DECA, Chapter VP, Business Academy. 
Memories: Beach w/Shannon & Norman, 
White Lake w/Stef , partying w/Katie Jessica, 
can't forget fluffing, billiards w/ST, TaiBow 
w/KC, NARCON 00, hanging w/my boys & 
all my other girls-KT JS SR TH AD S J SD JM 
SF KS. Good Luck! Future: UMass Lowell, 
earn my degree in Social Work. 



Joseph Francis Demers 

Entered from: Daley MS. Memories: It could 
be worse, it could be raining. Phishin, Ben's 
26th birthday, The Highland's Crew, Dave's 
little problem. Future: To be more famous 
than Pee Wee Herman. 



Jessica L. Desharnais 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ETS, 
DECA, ILC, Science Club, Homeroom Rep, 
Drama Club, YRBK. Memories: Maine w/ 
KC KT, I'm too hot! Ice cream & movies w/ 
KC, car chase w/KC JM, frat parties w/Dee, 
Ozzfest 00 PS, party @ KC house, Exxon my 
husband PV, back tracks w/MB, France & 
Italy, shotgun for MD MG DG, Fort Hill w/ 
AI, fluffs w/JD KC, psycho. Future; Go to 
college, become a CPA, own my own 
business. 




Peter Downey 



Shannon Doyle 

Entered from: St. Margaret School. Activities: 
Cheerleading, Science Club, Homeroom Rep. 
Memories: Geometry class w/CS, Friday: First 
at Regionals, Saturday: Sophomore Social, 
Sunday: First at States— the Best Weekend, 
girl's night, Channel 5 High 5, fun times w/ 
KF. Future: College. 




Elizabeth Ellen Driscoll 

Entered from: St. Margaret School. Activities: 
ILC, Field Hockey, Track, Softball, Voice of 
Democracy, NHS, helping Chuckie B, 
Communications Academy. Memories: #1, 
Lesh sleepovers, Smithers w/AP, mullet, 
DMB concerts, DC NF AF GT KO, New Yrs 
Eve w/EB EM, The CA, LDs parties. If is 
isn't fun, why do it? Future: College. 




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Michael Dubois 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Nickname: 
Dubie. Activities: ILC. Memories: homeroom 
w/MD SD, Algebra HW w/TT, an iced lip, 
MS. DD coffee every morning, crashing into 
Goodwill bin, Arthur's anytime. Future: Go 
to college. 



Cam Dugas 



Duong V. Tung 

Are you bored? Stay in School . Future: Master 
Programmer. 




Catherine Dussault 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: Dance 
Emsemble, Track, ILS, Science Club, Peer 
Leadership, Headmaster's Advisory Panel. 
Memories: CC love ya, SD we have so much 
together it's been awesome, Cup 'O Soup w/ 
KR, Sundays w/CC BT, foliage tours, Mr. 
Weir's class w/KL, driving PC to school love 
the music, CC big pimpin thejams, MS tomato 
soup, Soc w/RC, NMs house, KS my girl PL 
ehhh, homeroom sleepovers w/the girls, 
Harvest 99, 5/23/99, RM, KS. Future: College. 

Manya Faith Dwornick 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Memories: I 
love you guys MM DC TB KJ RM BC KS 
MD PG, you jock, SD, AM, the res, Hovey 
trails, February 2, Pigeon Palace, 4th Ave, 
Waugh St, New Yrs 98 99, blasted froot 
loops, The Doors, Halloween 98 99. Thanks 
Mom, Trish & Kris. 




Russell Dyment 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: ILC, 
Chess Club, DECA. Memories: Mr. 
Dowling's class, FH, dunes, Sr Yr, Daily, Mr 
Soks class, Portsmouth, going to school w/ 
PL BB NCDC, Bartlett Park, Boston, Friday 
nights, VSC, before/after football games, MB 
SD DS DH MH, JOB. Future: Rule the world 
with a lot of money. 



Socheath Eath 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: 
Cambodian Club, Science Club, ILC. Be all 
you can be. Chea, Chea, Chea, Chea, and 
more Chea. Future: Umm maybe attend 
college and then get married. 



Ran Em 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Science 
Club, ILC, ETS, Cambodian Club, ROTC. 
Every new season blossoms a new beginning, 
don' t waste time on what is already in front of 
you! Future: Go to a diverse university, major 
in Pharmacy/PreMed. 




Komphak Eng 



Memories: A lot of skipping during my Jr Yr 
(but I made it!), skipping during the beginning 
of Sr Yr because of someone AHEM Linda, 
not having a car Sr Yr is pathetic, hey Linda, 
Malin, Piron, Paul, Kney, Ra, Thien & Nick, 
you guys are wack! I'll miss everyone. 



Saramuny Eng 



Activities: Science Club, Volleyball. 
Confidence in yourself is the first step on the 
road to success. Future: Business, Accounting. 







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Class of 2001 



Ashley Fairbank 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Swimming, Crew, Track, Peer Leadership. 
Memories: All my life, I think I love you, 
gym class w/MV, this is the best b-day ever, 
swimming in April, Canada 99, random list, 
cheesburgers w/AM, smells like book LS, 
turbo, the sinking of the barge, top that, many 
more w/T-Bird, M V, MT, JR. Kevbo, Danny, 
SG, SS, the refrigerator. Future: College. 



John Farrell 

Entered from: Butler MS. Nickname: Jack. 
Activities: Basketball. Memories: How bout 
this don't count only an old woman counts, 
Mannings w/LL, the Rock DL, duraflames & 
lawn chairs at FH, slap, PT, hand rubs in 
Physics CB, history w/Kmart, ehhhhhh w/ 
PL. Future: College. 



William Faulkner 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ILC, 
ETS, YRBK. Memories: Chillin w/my 
hommies BS TM MB JB CC JR KR JB, the 
beach, introducing everyone to Dale, nappin 
in my ride, I got 5 on it, after school specials, 
tippin hoggies, Friday night fights @FH, 
Canada, one love to CJM. You never know 
how important someone is until you lose 
them. Future: Move away from Lowell. 



Lauren Wells Faust 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Skiing, 
Tennis, youth commission. Memories: 
Powder Puff Ftbl Sprstr, DMB w/KK New 
Yrs, late nights w/KK, tennis team VJs, Cape 
Cod & Bolv w/VB, ACs house of love, 
pingerville, quailing @ECs, feeling galactic 
w/EK, phyciatrist @KLs, talks w/AG, Marvin 
SC, GRG LH, SC, VB, community schools, 
ML fish, sister Mary, TENT ! What lies before 
us & what lies beyond us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies with in us. 

Dennis John Filiatrault 

Entered from: Bulter MS. Activities: ILC. 
Memories: Harvest, all the fire drills, hey 
Jessie fill in the blank! Ms. Clements class Jr 
Yr, the best hey to all, TT SS AL EO LB, 
Tracy I forget your last name, oh & Lilia is a 
lazy bum. Future: College for Computer 
Engineering. 




Kelly Fleming 



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Entered from: Franco American. Activities: 
Softball, Field Hockey, ILC, Science Club. 
Memories: Have a bagel SD, beat you TWICE 
AP, BUB club w/SG, tuna fight, 17 innings, 
Freshman Stalker EB , our book HM, oh yeah 
the sun is...JF, you can't walk home in the 
rain, love those UML games, Canada, no 
more pictures MB. Future: College. 



Christopher Flemings 

Entered from: Wang MS. If I should die 
tomorrow, he used to say, I would have no 
regrets. I did what I wanted to do, you can't 
expect more from life. Future: Go to college 
for computer graphics. 




Stacey Fleury 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: ILC 
Memories: Prom 2000, trick or treating w/KS 
JD ST AP, getting into fights w/JA, Spice 
Girls ha ha), N*Sync, OBs class w/CO KS, 
Sully's class w/KS RC. Instead of wondering 
what people are thinking why don't you just 
ask them? Make things happen for yourself, 
don't wait til they happen to you. I love you 
all & will miss you! Future: UML or Fitchburg 
State, become a teacher. 



Jennifer Florence 

Entered from : S t. Michaels . Nickname: Jenni, 
FloJo. Activities: Field Hockey, Indoor/ 
Outdoor Track, ILC. Memories: EC, AK & 
MKs parties, best friends w/KF EP EG MK, 
Kudunka w/RB, AF, New Yrs 2000, the walk 
w/KF LF, ACs parties, CBCs, good girls-bad 
boys, Co-Co, FloJo & Bianca, DMX, Fr Yr 
Cluster 8, Fab Five, glowsticks, FH, my NDA 
girls, Fid Hcky 4 yrs. Future: College, be 
successful, fall in love, get married, have a 
huge family. 



Veronica Flores 




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Stephanie Fontanel 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ROTC. 
Drill Team, ILC, Hispanic Club, Science 
Club, Concert Chorus. Together forever and 
never apart only in distance but never in 
heart. Future: Go to college to become a 
Maternal Medical Assistant. 




Hugh Gannon 



Entered from: Notre Dame. Activities: 
Basketball, Crew, ILC, Science & Math Club, 
NHS. Memories: Friends, family, JW JS LD 
AD JG CG JP, crew races, FC, back woods, 
BoSox & Braveheart w/AG, cruisin in the 
Coug &the Otti, practice w/Chad who taught 
DFL & BTTW, Mexico, STP, ooce, Boondock 
Saints, Tim from Texas, so we may swiftly 
carry out thy command. Future: Go on tour 
w/Bruce Springstein. 




Kara L. Frechette 

Entered from: St. Michaels. Activities: 
Volleyball, Indoor/Outdoor Track, Field 
Hockey, ILC, Science Club, Homeroom Rep, 
NHS. Memories: Reuniting w/best friend EG, 
staying best friends w/JF, the original CBCs 
Soph Soc, FH log night.ACs house being w/ 
LR, video project w/LF, spaghetti suppers w/ 
Field Hockey, being w/all my friends I made 
at Lowell High. What goes around comes 
around. Future: Go to college & live life to 
the fullest. 



Kenneth Frechette 

Quit waking me up with your constant 
teaching. Future: College. 



Christopher Gabriel 



Heather Gagnon 

Entered from: Ste. Jeanne d'Arc. Activities: 
Crew, ILC, Math & Science Club, NHS. 
Memories: CG AG SG, Quebec, PP, secret 
agents, girls night out, that was a good one. 
Future: College. 






Danielle Garneau 

Entered from: St. Margarets. Activities: 
Soccer, Track, ILC, Science Club. Memories: 
Awesome 4 years w/my girls. ..DWD, 
Shepette, and Boots ! ! Love you guys, France 
& Italy, Bastille Day, sophomore chemistry- 
Goat Women! freshmen lunch, playing 
Mister, Mister w/P R D E T, & the 2 Cs, 
Arties, FH-Scary, finally becoming a Senior! 
Future: College, have fun & money, money, 
money ! ! ! 



Jason Gatto 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: 
Wrestling. Of all the things I lost, I miss my 
mind the most. Memories: Detention, what 
up supa, Justin, Jose, Wes, Digem, Ash. I, 
Nina, spike, causing as much mayhem as I 
could in 4 years, the crazy Pawtucketville 
kids, the house party, my crazy cavalier, the 
Westminister roof, training w/the USMC. 
Future: Become a highly trained & 
sophisticated soldier in the USMC. 



Candice Gendron 

Entered from: Ste. Jeanne d'Arc. Activities: 
Cheerleading, Track, ILC, Science Club, 
NHS. Memories: Coyote call, girls night out, 
PP, SW & the song, straight out of the nasty 
factory, running w/SD, Phillie, AG HG SG, 
zucchini, secret agents, LPMK, Greg. Future: 
College. 



Alison T. Geoffroy 

Entered from: Ste. Jeanne d'Arc. Activities: 
Math & Science Club, NHS, Diving, ILC. 
Memories: Big G, secret agents, that was a 
good one, Quebec, CG SG HG NG BG SG, 
pongo, girls night out, K Cubed, Cutter 
Chicks. 







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Class of 2001 



Emily E. Gilday 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Nickname: Em, 
Gilfish. Activities: Science Club, ILC, NHS, 
Outdoor Track. Memories: Meeting Joe Fr 
Yr, Soph Soc, Prom 00, CBC Crew, FH log 
night, ACs house, B Ks house, football games, 
we love you Miss O'Neil, DMB aka Bucky, 
dancing like a prayer, working at wrestling 
tournaments, KF & JF you guys are the best, 
I love you, SMS retreat. You don't know 
what you have until it' s gone. Future: College 
& Dental Hygienist. 




Cynthia Gorritz 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, ETS, SCORE, ILC, Science Club. 
Future: College. 




Peter E. Gilmore 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Crew, 
ILC, Indoor Track, Lacrosse. Memories: 
scavenger hunt, my locker buddy, having JF 
w/me all 4 yrs, class w/Maggie, late nights w/ 
FN LM MP, skunky, spinning it up at the 
Reilly , homeroom w/JF EG RC, the big green 
monster. Fort Hill, Phishing w/EK, mountain 
climbing w/JO & AG. 



Kudzai Emma Gomwe 

Entered from: Michigan. Nickname: Blagie. 
Activities: Student Govt, DECA, Science 
Club, ILC, Black Unity Club. Memories: I 
wanna give some shout outs to all my people 
who have kept it real the last 4 yrs SA CB IN 
MWB KBGH CV GB SB DR JO MB KC SM 
SF SS SS NS AP RM MK BK, my bad if I 
forgot you. If you know what I'm doing 
either roll with it or roll over. Future: Physical 
Therapist, Graphic Designer, or be famous. 




Caitlin Green 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Skiing, 
Soccer, Student Government, Science Club, 
Track, ILC. Memories: Being abusedby Meg, 
senior lunch table, Canada, concerts, PPP, 
blaza Boston, ski trips, beach, clusters, girls 
nights, clubs, wheatymobile, Rave 99, gym. 
Future: Graduate college & travel. 




Susan M. Gryszkiewicz 

Entered from: Ste. Jeanne d'Arc. Activities: 
Peer Leadership, ILC, NHS, Math Club. 
Memories: Dragonfly, that was a good one. 
Ashes, Harvest 99, Secret Agents, Italy, 
Quebec, my two KF hmrm buddies, Fabio, 
Coocoobanana, they help me study, girls nite 
out, singing on phone w/KL, Shicedifu, 
straight out of the nasty factory, Lindt 
Chocolate w/TR, Big G, BUB Club, A Club, 
school lunches, CG AG HG JM CL AF SS 
MT TC. Future: College. 





Jouber Gonzaga 




Alex Gutierrez 

Activities: Ice Hockey. Memories: It's all a 
blur. 




Jordan Goor 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Varsity 
Football, Varsity Heavyweight wrestler. 
Memories: Matty B, passing out at McDonalds 
on Sunday runs, Matty B wrestling the girl 
from Timberlane & not knowing it was a girl 
till after his match went into double overtime. 
Never let yesterdays disappointments 
overshadow tomorrows dreams. Future: 
Division 1 Wrestling, own my own tattoo 
parlor. 




Ana C. Gutierrez 

Entered from: St. Margarets. Activities: Track, 
ILC, Student Government, Student Council, 
New Horizons, ETS. Memories: I will never 
forget all of the friends that were there for me 
IN YO AP MA SS, my two good friends 
Kathy & Lauren, most of all to Stacy, I love 
you Ray. Future: Go to college for Business 
Administration or Criminal Justice. 




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Will You Remember Me 



Kristin Hamilton 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Nickname: Black 
Girl. Memories: I'll always remember all my 
friends, you know who you are & who you 
are not! And all the things we did & didn' t do 
Life is too short to let people ruin it. Worry 
about yours because I'll get mine. Don't 
worry about me, worry about ya own. If you 
think you love, you don't know love; if you've 
been in love, you've come close to love. Just 
know one day you'll find true love. One love 
Future: To be happy & healthy in life, always 



Sokha Hang 



Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, Cambodian Club, ETS, New 
Horizons. Memories: I wanna wish the best 
of luck to all my friends, you know who you 
are, Peace. Future; Hmmmm... still thinking! 



Sopheap Hang 

Entered from: Butler MS. Nickname: Anna. 
Activities: Science Club, New Horizons, ETS, 
ILC. Memories: To all my girls, you know 
who you are. I love you. And to my homeboy 
I will always remember you Ros (Sharah), 
Peace. Future: Attend a 4 yr college, open a 
club, become a millionaire. 




Amy Hawkins 



Jesse Harless 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Winter 
Track, Lacrosse, ATHS. Memories: RCs 
house, DSs Car. Future: Attend a 4 yr college. 



Marina Harrington 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: Swim 
Team. ILC, Science Club. Memories: Girls 
nights, the Reilly, see-saw talks, imaginary 
baseball, New Years 00, 1 smart SM, Kim's 
house, Christmas 99, the goats were chasing 
me CB, hogtied, Megs house, Boston, SM 
remember C&C, fortune teller, Tesa 
Quitarse... gimp, happy Tillyville, Canada. 
Future: College. 




Tabitha Hebert 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Softball, 
Volleyball, Indoor Track (shotput), ILC, ETS. 
Memories: Softball Division 1 North Finalist, 
Track 1,2.3 shotput, Sylvia sliping, SR SJ 
cousin, EO CP JS KT AP. my great luck w/ 
cars, Powderpuff 99 think pink, pajama 
Olympics 00, 99 00 classes, abuse from Mr 
Sullivan 99 00, Algebra class for Cu-Cu- 
Cunha, AP as Jimi Hendrix, leave my sister 
Rachel here atLHS, all my teachers, coaches, 
& Mr Hoey's yelling. Future: College. 

Sunlin Hem 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Math Club, Track. Memories: I wanna say 
thanx to my friends Navey, Lee, Ruthy, Jen, 
& Sokey for giving me the best years, you've 
always been there for me & I thank you w/all 
my heart, NS RN JO & ST I love you guys, 
I'll never forget the great nights we had 
together, David, didn't forget about you & 
never will, no matter what people say or tell 
you, you'll always be in my heart. Future: Go 
to the University of NY Morrisville. 

Han Heng 

Activities: Cambodian Club, Science Club, 
Child Care. Memories: All my friends. Learn 
from the past, achieve in the future. Reach for 
your goals and find out later how far you have 
improved. Future: Go to college, be successful 
in computer skills, get an excellent paying 
job. 




Stacey Herbert 

Entered from: Woodbury. Activities: DECA, 
Drawing, Ceramics. Memories: Foreveryone 
that put me down & told me that I will not 
make it, I did it. I'll never forget my history 
teacher Mr D. Thanks for the advice Ms. 
LaBranche, you are the best ! Thanks, Willie ! ! 
Future: Marry my boyfriend Miguel, become 
a nurse, have 2 kids, live in a house, own an 
Eclipse. 







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Class of 2001 



Thu Hoang 



Entered from: Vietnam. Activities: Science 
& Math Club, New Horizons, ETC, 
Vietnamese Club, NHS. Memories: I want to 
thank all the teachers that helped me a lot. 
Especially, thanks Mr Croes my Biology 
teacher, Mrs. O'Connor, Ms. White, Mrs. 
Poland who helped me to improve my skills 
& my abilities. Future: Get a good education, 
a job, and have a happy family life. 



Jennifer L. Hogue 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Science 
Club, NHS, ETS . Memories: Hi to my friends 
JM KC TS TH. Future: To discover a cure for 



Bunthorn Horn 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: SCORE, 
ROTC. I didn't get lost on the mountain, I 
could not find my way up. The future is what 
you make of it. Future: Go to college, become 
the next Bill Gates. 



Jeffrey Howe 



Entered from: Immaculate Conception. 
Nicknames: Jeff, Slim Shady, Abercrombie 
Boy. Activities: Golf, Track, Lacrosse. 
Memories: Golf Captain, I am Tiger Woods, 
golf is for real men, getting thrown off the 
Lacrosse team, being carded for using top 
many napkins, Arthurs. Future: Harvard 
Community College, headmaster of Lowell 
High, play golf until I'm 90. 



Laura E. Hughes 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Field 
Hockey, Fr Basketball, Indoor/Outdoor 
Track, ILC, NHS. Memories: Dunks, DMB 
w/KK LF. pokemon snap w/VB ML, Field 
Hockey. WT Tammy, Kevy, Van parties, 
weekend buddies w/EC, mini M&M' s, Trinity 
w/V Suz, Golfin w/VB, BM my twin, my 
boyfriend Gus, Spindle City, LM, Floyd, 
scavanger hunt, so so Def w/EC LS, 
homeroom w/BK MK. 








Malachi Hul 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: 
Cambodian Club, ILC, NHS. Don't walk in 
front of me because I'm not a follower. Don't 
walk behind me because I'm not a leader. 
Walk next to me because I am a friend. 
Future: Graduate college, make lots of money, 
make my luxury wishes come true. 



Roderick L. Hutchinson 

Entered from: Wang MS. Nicknames: Rod, 
The Morning Buzz Kid, the guy who sat next 
to Christina. Activities: ILC, Science Club, 
Track. Jealousy will get you no where! 
Memories: Jr Yr when Dan went off on Mr. 
Nelson, you rock man! Tossin' Jessica in 
Katie's pool on her picture day, for toilet 
papering my car- who's laughing now? Future: 
Live in my 87 Oldsmobile for a while, make 
an independent film, and of course live 
forever. 



Nguyen Huynh 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: Stu 
Co, ILC, Science & Math Club. Hope sees the 
invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves 
the impossible. Memories: Summer 99, I'm 
going back to Iowa, let's go out to eat 
sometime SC (smile!!) To satisfy the two 
SCs! Future: Go to college, get a good job 
that pays a high salary. 



Ricardo Ibarra 



Vannoroth Imm 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: NHS, 
Stud Gov, The Review, Cambodian Club, 
CAPAY, ILC, Peer Leadership, Science Club/ 
League, ETS, New Horizons. Memories: 
Depend of the rabbit's foot if you will, but 
remember it didn't work for the rabbit. 
Smile... it's the second best thing you could 
do with your lips (the first one is eating). New 
Horizons Sum Program, Mr Sullivan, Ms 
Hallissy, Mr Boutselis classes. Future: Attend 
college in Boston, major in Biotechnology. 








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Will You Remember Me 




Jonathan Inoa 




Michael Jarvis 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
AFJROTC, Honor Guard, Drill Team, ILC, 
Science Club, Baseball, Swimming. 
Memories: Dr Hakam's chemistry class, 
Washington DC, Six Flags, 4 man 
synchronized, superstar of the Honor Guard, 
Fenway Park ALCS Red Sox vs. Yankees, 
Where's Roger? I will never wake up before 
6:30 again in my life. Goals: To be a pilot in 
the United States Air Force. 




Nicholas Insichienmay 



Ashley L. Ivey 



Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, Soccer, Mock Trial. Memories: 
Westminister gatherings, TKE, Sigo, football 
games, to all my friends w/love EK NM PL 
CG JF TG BP AB DG JB KR KS, Soph Soc, 
Harvest, Bel Gustos crew, the night in Rm 
233 & all the other memories too! Future: 
College, study in Europe, major in Law. 



Matthew Iwanicki 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: FrTrack, 
ILC. Dazed & Confused. Future: College. 



Thomas J. Jardine 

Entered from: Greater Lowell Tech. 
Activities: Science League. Memories: my 
psychology teacher Ms Kiluk & my 
photography teacher Ms Collucci and all the 
cool people I met here. Know yourself, know 
your enemy, and you hold the key to victory- 
Ash Ketchum. Future: Join the military, go to 
college. 




Mario Jimenez 





Stefanie Joncas 

Memories: Soks class w/AP JA, Bio & History 
99, in line for LB, feeder touched my back, 
photograph 2000, SD JD, the GC, TH 
(cousin), KS JS EO HM KS SF AB SR MD 
TT. I heart you all so much, thank you. 
Future: Live, UMass Amherst, Rawk Star, 
Farewell & Goodnight. 



Chirag Kamdar 

Entered from: India. Activities: Science & 
Math Club, New Horizons. Life is a duty, 
perform it! Future: Computer Engineering. 



Michael Kandrotas 

Nickname: Kanman, Mikey. Activities: 
Football, Soccer, Track, Lacrosse. Memories: 
Romo's New Yrs, 4th July, Adam's house, 
FH, toga party, BL crew, MP FH, Softball 
field, Canada, keep LM alive til we are 35, 
Sophomore Yr, KK, scumbag, every Friday/ 
Saturday night, Greg's onion burger. Future: 
Go to college and have fun! 






Edited by Jessie Blanchard 



Class of 2001 



Lescane Kao 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Science 
& Math Club, ROTC, Art Appreciation Club, 
NHS. Nothing is given unless earned... work 
to achieve anything. Future: Attend college, 
double major in Electrical Engineering & 
Meteorology. 



Alexander Karangoize 

Activities: 2000 Lowell American Legion 
Baseball MA State Champs, Intramural 
weight lifting. Stud Govt, Indoor Track, Cross 
Country, Math Club. 



Brian J. Kassin 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Stud 
Govt, SCORE Peer Mediation, ILC, 
Wrestling. Memories: Pville. sheep, Arties, 
boomers, FH, stuco, CM 4-life, Gert, Diane, 
pun. b rides, Boston, SB loser, Belv, and 
ummm, sparties, the bin, pwder Jr, EB-dew, 
HK, Ls @ MCC, purple. Ultimate Frisbee. Ls 
w/JC. Future: College, Criminal Justice or 
Culinary Arts. 



Sarah Katler 

Activities: Theatre Company, GSA Rainbow 
Connection. Furtue: Rhode Island School of 
Design, Photography. 



Samson Kay 



Entered from: Wang MS. Memories: Hi Mom, 
smooch, hey, you guys remember the time 
I... oh how bout the time we, uhhh...come to 
think of it, I didn't do anything special. Future: 
Peace & love. 




Richard Kelly 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Hockey, 
Track, ILC. Future: College for Music 
Production. 





Edward Kennedy 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Lacrosse, Skiing, Fr Football, Crew, NHS, 
ILC, Science Club. Memories: Footbag, 
Chairlift w/AM CS LF, players club, gym w/ 
EC, NYE, molly MR, DJ Photon, Hartford 
00, $10 glass, video, Sullys class, 4 dorks 
VT-Phun times! legs w/SS, shiws w/MR & 
PG, PRs parties, AC, beach, paperclips/ 
sockets, 40 Fridays, suspect description, 
scavenger hunt. 



Katherine E. Kennedy 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: Peer 
Leadership, Soccer, Basketball, Softball. 
Memories: New Years Eve. DMB concerts, 
need to have to want w/EC LH, toga, AO w/ 
VB & PR, remember this moment w/LF, hey 
hey hey goodbye, scavenger hunt 00, being 
abducted, tootin w/VB, Hampton, sleeping 
in the van w/PR MK GR, dance parties, water 
war, clan a, pool hopping. Future: College. 




John Kenney 



Entered from: Wang MS. Memories: Mike, 
Bobo. Gus & na na nana, I'm not afraid of 
making mistakes, I'm afraid of not learning 
from them, Jen F scoring for me, class w/ 
Dicky O, O'Brien & the magic birthday globe, 
Questio quid Juris, lunch, mommy like the 
geesey geese geesey, wakka wakka wakka 
Fozzy the Bear. Future: I'll tell you later. 



Chenda Keo 



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Will You Remember Me 



Sokphanna Keo 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, ILC, Science Club. Memories: 
Soph Soc, New Horizons w/friends & one 
special person, and the other stuff I did was 
fun, I will always remember, shout out to all 
my friends & teachers, best of luck to all of 
you in the future! Peace out! Future: College, 
get the best job, live a perfect life. 



Bousasay Khamphilavanh 



Chankorvith Khim 



Krapomroth Khim 

Activities: Cambodian Club, Science Club. 
Memories: Finished the first game of life in 
high school with more fun & friends, starting 
the second game of life in college with 
struggles & trying hard for a future of 
brightness & happiness. Future: Massage 
Therapist & Cosmotologist. 




Somphomg Khounthy 




Voen Khut 




Hoary Kien 




Sone Kim 




Kello Khounthy 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Lo, 
Buddah Girl. Be a leader not a follower. Cash 
rules everything around me. Memories: Yeah 
we've made it, who's down for four years, J/ 
K goodbye to all those I knew, catch me later, 
best of luck in the future, MA & BK. Future: 
Attend college, accomplish my dreams. 




Melissa King 



Edited by Danica Colby 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Dance 
Ensemble, Science Club, ILC. Memories: 
Future Educators of America, best buddies, 
the breakfast club, bootmills, simma down, 
the daily reminder to clean lunch tables, Thurs 
night study sessions, pen 15 club, xmas tree 
explosion, Sals, 16th bday & bubbles, Mr. 
Sullivan, attitude, slide, saucy girl, SF NC 
JM SP EO TT LL KT JS RU CP YO AP TH 
LR SO AS MS. Future: College for 
Elementary Education. 



Class of 2001 




Maria Knight 



Entered From: Wang MS. Activities: ILC, 
New Horizons. Science Club, NHS. Future: 
Clinical Psychologist. 



Pagna M. Kong 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: CAPAY, 
ILC, Science Club, Drama Club. He who 
knows not & knows not he knows not he is a 
fool, shun him. He who knows and knows not 
he knows not he is simple, teach him. He who 
knows and knows not that he knows he is 
asleep, awaken him. He who knows and 
knows that he knows he is wise, follow him. 
Memories: five star, Plum Island, July 4th 00. 
Future: Try to take over the world. 



Rin Kong 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Science 
& Math Club, ILC, Cambodian Club, ETS, 
Headmasters Advisory Panel, GSA, The 
Review. Tomorrow is a day too late. 
Memories: Bowling, U-Mass parking lot, 
bl vd, seeing BBMak at the Liberty Tree Mall, 
The Secret Garden. Good luck to all my 
friends. 



Visian Kothpratoum 

Activities: ILC, YRBK, DECA, New 
Horizons. Learn from your mistakes! Future: 
College. 




Sothery Kul 






Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, ETS, ILC. It's better to keep your 
mouth shut and appear stupid, than to open it 
and remove all doubt. Memories: Pholla, 
Sam, Sunshine, K-os, Y'yeah, Pagna, Ve'rnie, 
Team Sam, FOB & Butch Crew, May 5th 00 
& August 2nd 00. 




Sophorn Kuo 



Maria La 

Entered from: City Magnet. Activities: 
DECA, ILC, Science & Math Club. 



Kevin LaFlamme 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: DJ 
dot.com. Activities: Communications 
Academy, Lacrosse. Memories: The boys 
&girls of the CA State of the State, singing w/ 
SG, keeping coyotes away fromCG, Danimal, 
Philter, Raybum, LaLa, Dense Goon, URI, 
Scottasticcirca 92, LF loves DM, MV, VB 
motorcycle girl. Marina & Crew, AF & Big 
Grab, GIMMIES, LL, Prom 00, Peace. Future: 
College. 




Buntha Kouy 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Bunthy, 
Booda, Ta, Confused Monkey, Hawaiian. 
Activities: Show Choir, Concert Chorus, ETS, 
New Horizons. HmRm Rep, Headmasters 
Advisory Panel. My existance is your reason 
for loving me. Just Smile. I am your God. 
Memories: Show Choir, sub shop, chorus, 
ALTLRO SSSKRCRDSCppleLRJSKB 
D KBler MB. 




Kimny Lam 



Activities: Volleyball, Spirit Week 01. 
Memories: shout out to the boys, class of 00, 
but we the class of 1 are the new millennium. 
I would like to say hello to the class of 02 & 
to my other friends, these high school years 
for me have been the best times I had w/my 
friends, class of 2001 THE FIRST IN THE 
MILLENNIUM. Future: Have my own 
business & have a family. 




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Will You Remember Me 



Pamela- Elaine LaMothe 

Activities: Swimming & Diving, ILC, Science 
Club, Student Council. Memories: EHH!!! 
wassssup? kid, get a towel, wipe your brow & 
stop sweating me, Nikki I miss you. Nicole 1 
will always love you, Mick I wish you were 
here, CG TG JB BP AI EK KR AB, hens & 
c's. shepstock. Arties, frats, woods! Canada. 
Future: College, mad guys, no kids, lots of 
money. 



Roeuth Lan 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: ILC. 
When you think you're having the worst time 
of your life, think again kid, everyone has 
problems. Future: Become a Computer 
Engineer. 



Adam Langlais 

Activities; Band. Memories: WASSUP! 



Saheng Lanh 



Nickname: Nelly. Being a player is part of 
growing up, so don't feel bad, life still goes 
on, there are so many to pick from to find the 
perfect one to love & trust. Memories: 
Walking up & down the LHS stairs for the 
past three years, my legs will never walk 
. those stairs again, I'm outta here! ! ! 




Paul Lanoue 

Entered from: St. Margaret's. Activities: 
Football. Gotta do what you gotta do! Future: 
I have no idea. 



Bunchanna Lay 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: 
Cambodain Club, Track. Science Club. ILC. 
You never get a second chance to make a first 
impression. Remember the sign on the door 
to opportunites reads: PUSH! Future: Finish 
school & go on to manage a well-known 
business. 




Anh Le 

Entered from: Robinson MS. 



Soman Tinee Le 

Activities: ILC, Math Club, Cambodian Club. 
Let go of the past and move on with the 
future. Future: Finish college, become a 
Fashion Designer. 



Matthew Lefebvre 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: 
Wrestling. Memories: Physiology w/AO, 
hippie, SR, MT, no shame, water, Warped 
Tour 00, 4/9/99, highlighter fights. Future: 
College. 




Edited by Amanda Potter 



Michael Lenzi 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Football, Lacrosse, Fr Basketball, ILC. 
Memories: Crazy nights w/VB AG PR JS GR 
MK MR GC EK LH KK LF EC, all nighter, 
psnap, beached. Barneys w/AG, club late 
night, crazy bashes @Romo's & Guziejka's, 
LM, FH. Sullivan, Canada 1 , Football Camp 
00, Damn Zoo, tical, Baily Rd, chillin @ 
Mikey's, 4th of July Romo's, New Years 
Romo's. 





Class of 2001 



Eric M. Levasseur 

Entered from: Butler MS. Memories: Fire 
drill every Thursday Sophomore Year. Future: 
Go to college, become a Police Officer. 




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Yoeun Danh Loeum 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, New Horizons, YRBK. 
Memories: B-town w/PK TC SK, paintball 
w/Sin, Harvest 99, Prom.OO. A true friend is 
one to whom may put out all the content of 
one' s heart, chaff, and grain together knowing 
that gentle hands will take and shift it, keep 
what is worth, keeping, and with a breath of 
kindness blow the rest away. To Sin: chance 
made us meet, faith made us friends, love 
made us one. Future: Wherever life takes me. 





Leakhena Anna Levin 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: Stu 
Co, SCORE, Hdmstr Adv, ILC, Cambodian 
Club. Field Hockey, Crew. Memories: JF & 
PG first time blast, girls nite 1st football game 
2000, PG lets make memories, benadict JF, 4 
CM StuCo @Cape, LF nite out testing, NR 
day @Canobie, Kos Bball @Shed, KR poisin 
ivy, AA UMass trips. Don't cry because it's 
over, smile because it happened. Future: Go 
to college, get rich, live happy. 



Sophean Lim 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: FuFa. 
Activities: DECA, ILC, Mock Trial, Hdmstr 
Adv Panel, Science Club, YRBK. Memories: 
Dim Sum. tennis tour, crushing, Donahue 9/ 
10/00, Vanny Prada or Gucci, Sandy it's 
Prada not Parade, Vannak she move she bangs, 
Reaskmey case of the EX, Ooops we did it 
again, Jill why you mad for shorty, thanks to 
all those who inspired me along the way. tell 
me what you wear & I'll tell you who you are. 
Future: College/Law, Cash, Millionaire. 




Elizabeth Ann Logan 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: 
Spring/Fall Crew, NHS, ETS, ILC, Science 
Club, Theater Company. Memories: I have 
the Caravan today, I can't row today because 
I just ate cheeseburgers, hey you guys, practice 
w/SR KT JS HG RU, I know my Calculus, LC 
LS, CD that random guy, hey Mickey, 
Harvest, So Social, cool friends CP. want me 
to help you with the locker, KT JS RU TH 
MK YO, AP baby got back. Future: College. 



Andrew Lohmer 





Thorn Lim 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Show 
Choir, Dance Ensemble, A Capella Choir, 
Concert Chorus, ETS. Memories: Harvest, 
Huys Sandwich Shop, Bermuda 99, all the 
slips & falls, times w/girlfriend, BBAT doing 
Lip Sync, performance atHeritage State Park, 
Chorus Room, Easton Show Choir Festival, 
school musicals, blonde jokes in Show Choir, 
Friends like BK RO AL RD, mooching off 
the guys. Don' t mock unless you try it. Future: 
Make it as a Dancer/Choreographer. 

Keith A. Littlefield 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Indoor/ 
Outdoor Track, Cross Country, weightlifting, 
NHS, ILC, Science Club, TV Announcer for 
LHS Football. Memories: TOUCHDOWN! ! ! 
Future: College for Exercise Science/Exercise 
Physiology. 




Kimheat Long 



Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: 
Indoor Track, ILC, Stu Co, DECA, Science 
Club. Memories: Oh yes, those good old 
days! So Social 98 99 00, Sr Snowball 00, to 
my friends NR TT SB SM LT SU DT SO PP 
SD, last but not least KK, Biology Wink 
Wink hehe, to my significant other Blessed I 
Love You. You don't know what you're 
missing until it arrives. Future: Attend college, 
major in Marketing. 



Leap Lorn 



Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ETS, 
ILC, ROTC, Hdmstr Adv Panel. Memories: 
Hanging out w/friends TS BH RR RE SL MO 
IM YO AP LK and more together. The best 
memories are the ones I shared w/Paul. Don't 
let fate control your life, your strength and the 
choices you make, shape your own road to 
achievement. Future: Go to a 4 yr college, go 
wherever the road takes me. " 






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Will You Remember Me 



Anou Lovon 

Activities: Show Choir, Concert Chorus. 
Wrestling. Memories: What the dilly yo? 
Peace Out, cause I'm outta here. Oh, by the 
way did anyone see the emu running around 
school. Future: College, get some bean for 
college. 



Cindy Luong 



Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: ILC, 
ETS, Science Club. New Horizons. Memories: 
Enjoy your life to the fullest, don't regret and 
don't repeat your mistakes, peace, luv ya'U. 
whoa uu whoa. Future: Success in the business 
field. 




Joshua Maker 



Kelli Malaquias 



Marrodyne Mam 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science & Math Club, Cambodian Club, New 
Horizons. Memories: Having a blast at the Fr 
Soc 97, So Soc 99, Jr Harvest 99. Sr Snowball 
00, hanging out w/MH ML etc, going to eat, 
Junior year mods 3/6, best b/c eva, skipping 
days w/ML. Future: Go to a 4 yr college, 
become rich, get married. 




Anne E. Mangan 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: NHS, 
Soccer, Skiing, ILC, Science Club, Fr 
Basketball. Memories: The Gimmies. going 
to the getaway, sunflower light w/Jenny, Ski 
Team w/EK LF CS, Harvest 99, picture of 
Mary w/EC, picture light snow, the big kids, 
I'm bald, cheeseburger w/ Ashley, Leanne's 
Winston, Kait's house, the Snowdawgs, Steve 
car, New Year's Eve, Jodi's house. I'll see 
you on the Dark Side of the moon. Future: To 
be happy & successful. 

Stephanie Maniscalco 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Swim 
Team, ILC, Science Club, NHS, Newspaper. 
Memories: Troll Dolls, Boston trips, girls 
days, weekend at the Flood's, singing on the 
swimmimg bus, Reilly football game, grass 
fight at the Rivva Rave, rewriting lyrics, 
gimp fight, the Luau. imaginary baseball, 
seesaw talks, that's the bottom line, York 
Beach, Maine 98. Future: Go to Hollywood 
to be an actress or join the circus with X-ina. 



Jack Maniseng 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Science Club, ILC, Dance Ensemble. 
Memories: Going to Subway w/Mary and 
falling in front of everybody. Future: Go to 
college, travel around the world! 





Sokha Mao 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. For those who can 
handle it, indulgence is the way of life! 




Sokha Maph 




Edited by Sophean Lim 



Class of 2001 



Joel Marchand 

Activities: Crew, ILC. Life shrinks and 
expands in proportion to one's courage. - 
Anias Nin. Memories: Gold at the New 
Hampshire Championships, the '91, the 
Begley, the Passaconnoway, Bridge to Bridge, 
5AM practices. 



Jesus Marquez 



Heather Martin 

Entered from: Wang MS. Memories: I Love 
You Frankie. Things happen for a reason, 
don't sweat the small stuff, KF @ SD, cool 
kid, the book. Who R we marrying again? 
MT-ice cream always makes it better, AC-Jr 
Yr BB, DB & EB, girls night at the Outback. 
Future: College. 



Jennifer J. McAllister 

Memories: Fr Yr w/DD @ SP running and 
shoes flying, watch our for the tree Mark it 
might bite, So Yr, the beach w/BF HS LC DD 
SP DA JA BA RD, every Saturday night til 
this day w/my bestfriend, Jr Yr, racing the 
many cars w/CW, Harvest, spending large 
amounts of money, the truck at the campsite 
Memorial Day weekend w/RD JN JS DL PN 
DT. Future: College, major in business. 



Ryan McCabe 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Activities: Cros, 
Country, Indoor/Outdoor Track. Future 
Make good money and have my own family 




Ryan McCarthy 




Sean McKenna 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Crew, 
Co-captain Science League, ILC. Science 
Club, NHS. Memories: Mr. Os class Fr Yr, 
ALT, Chad, Olympiad 2000, Science Fair, 
AP. Chemistry Jr Yr. Future: Go to college, 
major in Chemical Engineering. 



Samneang Meas 





Dainy Medina 





Filipe Medina 




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Will You Remember Me 



Jacqueline Medina 

Entered from: Puerto Rico. Activities: 
Hispanic Club, Newspaper Que' Pasa. 
Memories: I'm going to miss the LHS 
activities and hanging around in the hallways 
with my friends. Future: Go to college, keep 
studying, get a nice job. 



Jessica Melo 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Messica 
Jello. Activities: ROTC, ILC, Honor Guard, 
Drill Team. Memories: Not knowing how to 
spell college (colleg) Fr Yr, going to Vermont 
for the X Games, waking up at 6:30 every 
morning for honor guard/drill team practices. 
Future: College, Air Force. 



Nicole Michalczyk 

Activities: ILC, Science Club. Memories: 
EEHH, whassup kid, oh my god, the cool kid, 
who let it out, CC CD So Yr, KR & AI, she's 
seeing spammy , ABC, appt book, what party, 
where, ohh that one, Varnum Market, kid we 
do it on purpose.. .always will, MTM, hop on 
the ride. Kid, need a towel wipe your brows, 
Karaoke, DDs. Future: Open a successful 
business. 



Matthew Michaud 

Activities: Baseball. Memories: Driving 
around after football games, Derek, Jimmy, 
Meaghan's house, and then try to escape 
from her house, Dr Hakam's class when the 
incident happened (TOM), Mike where did 
the ball go, Kelly you like the UMass baseball 
games, I don't, Dudley Road, Matt & Jimmy, 
sorry about flaggy ' s, but the best team stayed 
warm right Jon, Tom let the street continue, 
Matt B is the man. Future: Hoping to play 
baseball somewhere. 



Meghan E. Moffett 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: ILC. 
Memories: Carty falling, Sr Yr lunch table, Jr 
Yr Spanish Class, ehhh, CG, DG, MB, EP. 
Future: College. 





Erin Moloney 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: ILC, 
Swimming Captain 2001, Track, Math & 
Science Club, Pep Club. Memories: SB & my 
parties, flying V, Baywatch w/LB SB EM 
RM EB DM, sleepovers at EB, 3 times, Pville 
Crew, BK/Purple, T+C 4 Life, hey all my lite 
AN, FH, HG-chase the car, KR beach house, 
Boston day, LD believing us, SB & EB- 
Count on me, Our Club, make up beauty. 
Future: College, become successful, move 
away from Lowell. 

Lauren Moloney 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Soccer, 
Indoor Track, Fr Softball. Memories: AG 
KW, is it sweaty in here, Lady in Red, FIRE, 
shopping cart 97. KMart w/ED whooa, AA 
you're a joka, little further, Soccer camp 99 
very suspicious, lomo, my car blew up, cleats 
in the oven, Baseball@CVS w/PB AB, car 
war 99, AP to the theatre, you darn shoe, I just 
tied you, McD's after soccer, practice in the 
mud, Trio in crime w/KS RU, beach 00 w/ 
KW AS, Powder Puff 99. Future: College. 



Ana Moncada 

Entered from: Newcomers High School, NY. 
Activities: Hispanic Club, Spirit Week. I 
Nature had made me sad, I did not, just think 
about it because I am not who I look like. My 
body is my prison, my souls wants to fly, my 
heart wants to love you , but how can I reach 
you? You deny me ! How do you know who 
I am I when you can't see beyond my eyes? 
Everyday-The radio, politics, music and 
vitamins do not control me... Just my body, 
by Miguel Morales. Future: Stained glass/ 
candle. 

Francis Moscato 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Soccer, 
Basketball, Baseball. Memories: SA, JF, CG 
Freshmen summer. Future: WWF or MLS, 
Undecided. 



Suzanne Christina Motard 

Entered from: BartlettMS. Activities: Arts. If 
there is one thing I am for certain of, that is 
that I must leave a single footprint ingrained 
in each and everybody's heart. Memories: I 
would have to say, every single one good or 
bad, each experience or memory had a 
significant meaning and I have learned and I 
have tasted life, but I'm not done yet, 
Remember Me. Future: Learn everything 
possible, so I'm cushioned when I fall. 







Edited by Vanny Suy 



Class of 2001 



Christine Mulligan 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
AFJROTC, ILC, Science Club, NHS. 
Memories: Science Fair, Washington DC, 
Military Ball planning, Bartleby skits, Florida, 
candy selling. Gravity games, Six Flags. 
Future: College, maybe Medical School. 





Ben Murphy 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Lacrosse, 
Wrestling, Crew. Memories: MP 2000 what 
happened. Mrs Crowe cough, cough thanks 
for the PE, Tricia & Ashley why won't you 
give me the time of day? Future: To find a 
Sugar-Mama (after college). 




Chipo Ndlovu 



Activities: Science Club, Black Unity Club. 
ILC. Future: Radiographer. 



Danson Ndungu 



Paul So Neak 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
ETS, Science Club, Headmaster's Advisory 
Panel. Memories: Walking Leap to class & 
having fun when she is around, hanging out 
w/friends K-OS, Fr Cluster, Jr Yr, Harvest, 
Military Ball, most importantly spending time 
w/Leap. Special thanks to LL SN PP KE for 
always being there for me. You don't have to 
be privileged to be successful, use put-downs 
as a motivation to prove your critics wrong. 
Future: Be successful in all I do. 



Setha Sambath Neov 

Future: To do anything in the entertainment 
industry, especially directing. 





Susan Ndungu 




Sokhom Ngen 



Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, New Horizons. Future: 
Business. 




Ruth Ngeth 



Harry Vu Nguyen 

Activities: Soccer, Math & Science Club, 
ILC. It's not what you know, it's who you 
know. The answers to life's questions lie 
inside you. all you have to do is look, listen & 
trust. Future: Become a computer engineer. 




Senior Portraits 



Will You Remember Me 



Huong Nguyen Thi Thu 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: ILC. 
Math & Science Club, ETS, New Horizons. 
Vietnamese Club. Future: To get a degree in 
Biotechnology. 



Myle Nguyen 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Math 
Club, ILC, Student Advisory Council, Tennis. 
Love is fate, fate is destiny, all you have to do 
is wait patiently. Future: The usual that 
everybody expects to do: marriage, make 
money & party. 



Myvung Nguyen 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Science 
& Math Club, ILC, DECA, YRBK. Reach for 
the sky, reach for the stars. If you put your 
mind into it, you'll meet your final goal. 
Future: Business Management, hair dressing, 
marriage, live happily ever after. 



Phany Nguyen 

Entered from: Valley HS, CA. Activities: 
Southeast Asian Club. Memories: I will never 
forget my best friend & the bad times I had 
during high school, meeting people, getting 
an education, seeing new boyz, the worst 
times were getting dumped by boys, it hurt 
but the hurt always got replaced. Future: 
College. 



Thanh Jimmy Ngoc Nguyen 

Entered from: St. Louis School. Activities: 
ILC, Science & Math Club, Football, Track. 
Memories: Carrie's poker, nice shoe doc 
wanna, Christmas party @Dr. Hakam, let's 
go Phishing, egging, beach house of 
McMahon. Abercrombie & Fitch 2, DMB. 
Andover, Brace's panties, jumping out of 
SUVs, teaching Bio in Dr. Hakams class, Old 
Dudley Road, Bruse I don't have it, Boston, 
holly ball/spring fling, Truman, Matt is dumb. 
Future: To make more money than Bill Gates ! 




Sopharin Nhem 

Entered from: Wang MS. 



Crystal Nickola 




Shireen Nizami 

Entered from: City Magnet. Activities: 
Science Club, Indian Club, ILC, New 
Horizons. CPY. There are those who see an 
oppurtunity and those who seize an 
opportunity-Joanie Warren. Memories: I'll 
never forget the best friends I made, Priti, 
Jainisha, Ekta, Tanmay, Nishi, Mital, Nisia. 
Stephanie & Shail, high school comes only 
once in your lifetime so enjoy it. Powers, we 
are going to miss you! Future: College, 
Pediatrician. 



Indira Nsiah Nketiah 

Entered from: Ghana, Africa. Activities : ILC, 
Drama Club, Math & Science Club, Art Club, 
ETS, NHS, Black Unity Club. Memories: 
Participating in the lip sync contest w/MWB 
ED FK & help from Shay, mad love. Failing 
to plan is planning to fail. Future: Become the 
1st women President of Ghana. 



Ryan Obdens 




Edited by Emily Gilday 



Class of 2001 



Erin O'Brien 

Entered From: Robinson MS. Activities: ILC. 
Memories: Yankee doodle, attitude, biology 
w/TH SJ, Missy's xmass tree, Mr Sullivan. 
Tabitha's hair, Quebec, slide, Missy's locker, 
Matilda, pen 15 club, simmer down now, as 
Ashley S noise, hark, dance class, TT MKNC 
AO TH SJ SW NC TR MM AS KS. Future: 
College, become a K-3 teacher. 



Jennifer O'Brien 



Jean Ocampo 



April O 'Connor 

Entered from: St. Margaret's. Activities: 
Science & Math Club, YRBK. Memories: 
Highlighter fights w/ML, the sky-blue 
sweater, Warped Tour, EOs coniptions, 
algebra w/KF RD, WALK, getting lost w/ 
MB & ML many times, Mrs Burgess' mods 
12/13 class, sunshine, Creed Concert, the 
prom, common sense we can't have any of 
that running around. Future: College, major 
in Psychology. 




Jason Ormonde 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Activities: 
Science Club, ILC. Memories: Where doin 
this Shaolin style, trying to fight back when 
Mr. Gomes hit us, when- Sergio got his ,car 
towed for parking in the river place hotel and 
we went to the police station hoping it got 
stolen, Arthur's Boot Mills Rock! Future: 
Become a lawyer or doctor & have a family 
w/Britney Spears. 



Onn Orn 




Jose Ortiz 



Yovalerie Ortiz 

Entered: Robinson MS. Activities: ILC, Math 
Club, ROTC. Memories: Spanish class w/ 
Mr DJ, chillin w/my baby Bebo and my 
friends, CV BF MK SF, Sue, TT ST KH MA 
LL PN KEG AG can't forget my ROTC 
buddies. If you fail, take a break, count to 
three & try again. Thanx Ma, whateva 
happens, happens. Future: Attend a 4 year 
college, become a vet. 






Matthew Richard O 'Malley 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: 
Lacrosse, ROTC, Drill Team, Honor Guard. 
Memories: Ms Yurkosky's warm-ups, Fr Yr, 
Mr Bs detentions Jr Yr, Mr Perrella's sayings, 
many hours spent in ROTC big logistics 
room. So Yr, arm wrestling at lunch, senior 
year, yeah fat kids, dude, fat people rule, 
baby ruth, sloth love chunk. Future: Marry an 
ugly woman, have 82 kids, die a Market 
Basket employee. 




Kim On Ouch 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Nickname: Kurlie. 
Activities: ILC, Science CLub, Cambodian 
Club. Memories: Skipping school w/my 
friends & we went to Arthur's, then to Boston, 
especially Phalle that was w/me always, I'll 
never make the same mistake twice, everyday 
I will make new ones. Future: Go to college, 
have fun & be successful. 




Senior Portraits 



Will You Remember Me 



Nicole Ouellette 

Activities: Gymnastics. Memories: What is 
up jigga, Harvest 99 w/Sara, Heather & Matt, 
Photography Junior Yr w/Eryn, George & 
Maria, summer of 2000, meeting the love of 
my life, going to the movies w/Jen, Dave, 
Dan & Phil, beating up Mike D in geometry 
while Matt I watched. Future: College. 



Sara Ouellette 

Activities: Gymnastics. Memories: Freshman 
cluster w/Heather & Nikki, Mr Sullivan's 
Junior Honors class. Sociology w/Mr Peters, 
my colossal face, dive in the hall freshmen 
year, tuck & roll, grandma, tuck & roll, and 
what. Future: College. 



Chanda Ouk 

Entered from: California. Activities: Varsity 
Vball, ILC, New Horizons, ETS, CAPAY. 
Memories: Harvest 99, Pinellis, Florida w/ 
WB & LB, OB/history w/SF, gross legs and 
thighs, ugh, I got it, volleyball So Yr w/SS, 
Spirit Week Image dance crew RM SN RO 
EV JV WB JS, So Yr concert w/S Y SI CP PK, 
custodian, hit & run 2000, Chemsford, English 
B Sullivan w/S Y (ya big turkey), SF & CD for 
life, I am whatever you say I am. Future: 
College. 



Timothy P. Owens 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Indoor 
Track, Lacrosse, ILC. Memories: DMB 
concerts, St. Patrick's Day, Skiing, Florida, 
white water rafting, trips w/CYO, DMB in 
CT Aug 2000. Life is short but sweet for 
certain. Future: College, then get a good job. 






Potang Paisarn 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Memories: I went 
to tryout for volleyball for about a week & I 
didn't make it; it was during freshmen year. 
After that I gave up on sports & activities. 
Couldn't find my dates house for the Harvest, 
learn your dates address & phone number. 
Future: Become an Engineer or Electrician. 



Bruce Pal 



Sherry Pann 



Memories: Rolling both ways. Future: 
Computer Engineering, Beauty School, or 
Business Management. 




Christi Panyanouvong 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Math & 
Science Club, ROTC, GSA, Newspaper, ILC, 
ETS, Cambodian Club, Hmrm Rep, 
Headmaster's Advisory Panel. Memories: 
Getting caught in the sweep, going to all the 
social events. Sophomore Social 99, summer 
99, 9/19/99 TK, trip to Georgia 00, Rin's 
house. Future: College, relax, marry a rich 
man, travel around the world. 





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Jose Pagan 




Popy Kelly Papageorgiou 

Entered from: Daley MS. Memories: Bucket, 
kowd w/AP, my unlawful driving habits, 
numerous trips to Starbucks w/AP & CT, 
getting movies quotes w/Stoney, summer 00 
almost getting hit by the trolley, meeting 
scaryman, ghetto works, duct taping various 
things, my inability to get to my locker every 
year, striped shirt. Future: College. 




Edited by Billy Faulkner 



Class of 2001 



Ashish Patel 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Indian 
Club, Science & Math Club, New Horizions. 
Life is like ice cream, enjoy it before it melts. 
Future: Attend a 4 year college, get a Master' s 
Degree. 



Dhaval R. Patel 

Entered from: Chalamali Jr High India. 
Activities: Indian Club, Science & Math Club, 
New Horizons. Friends we are, you and me. 
You brought another friend and then there 
were 3. We started our group, our circle of 
friends and like that circle there is no 
beginning or end. Future: 4 year college, 
major in business. 



Gaurang Patel 

Entered from: Bright High School India. 
Activities: Indian Club, Science & Math Club, 
New Horizons. Memories: Lowell High is a 
great school. I love all the students and the 
whole staff. Future: Attenda 4 year college. 



Komal Patel 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: President 
of Math Club & League, NHS, New Horizons, 
Science Club & League, Sec Science Club, 
Spanish Rep ILC. When two paths are fully 
shown, choose the right one or you will come 
back to the same spot again. Try to relax 
yourself. Memories: Spirit Week, friends, 
procrastination, competitons, presentation in 
Ms Silk's class. Future: Go to college, major 
in Pharmacy or PreMed. 



Niral R. Patel 

Entered from: Chalamali Jr High India. 
Activities: Indian Club, Science & Math Club, 
New Horizons. Memories: Mital Mithun, 
Gaurang Dada, Dipak Chalamali, Dipan Ice 
Cream NaBhajiya, AukashAutmaram. Many 
people will walk in and out of your life, but 
only true friends will leave footprints in your 
heart. Future: Become a Computer Engineer. 






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Priti Patel 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, Science Club, Indian Club, ILC. 
True friends walk in when others walk out. 
Memories: The greatest thing about LHS was 
getting to know people, Shireeh, Jainisha, 
Nishi remember doritos hehehe, Ekta, Steph, 
Shail, Gaurang, Mike, Tia, Kram, Sophom, 
Powers you are good to your interns. Future: 
College for business. 



Samik Patel 

Entered from: Greenford MS. Activies: LLC, 
Indian Club, Science & Math Club, New 
Horizons, ETS, Chess Club. Memories: 
Hangin out with my Desi friends, Mr Ham, 
Physics class, touching Shireen ghand, chillin 
out with my gf Sana. Future: Attend a 4 year 
college, get married, have a ton of kids. 




Alvin Pedrosa 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: ILC, 
Math & Science Club, Spanish Club, Baseball, 
Basketball. Memories: the spot w/my dogs 
MM IH HS JP JM AK, Mr Wilson, chillin w/ 
my baby youi DW, all my other peeps, me 
and all my people are getting down like 
whoa, you e-tupid, what eva happenz, 
happeenz. Future: College, become an 
Engineer. 



Sophonnary Pen 

Activities: ILC. Memories: The only good 
memory that I have from LHS is meeting my 
boyfriend, you know who you are. Love You. 
I'd rather see the world from another angle. 
Future: College, enjoy my life. 



Guillermo Pena 

Entered from: Butler MS. Nickname: Cuby. 
Activities: 4 years of Basketball, ETS. 
Memories: Remember the good times at 
Basketball practice & Coach Stapes. Future: 
College, play college basketball, sing, career 
in coaching. 




Senior Portraits 



Will You Remember Me 



Peter Peng 



Entered from: Rogers School. Activities: 
DECA, Cambodian Club, Science CJub, ILC, 
New Horizons. Memories: Kickin it wit all 
my homiez, playin football, checkin out dem 
fly hunniez, wuddup to all my homiez, can't 
name all ya'll, wolfpack, ain't a thing but a 
chicken wing. Cherish the things you have 
now, cause you won't realize what you had 
until you loose it. Future: To become rich. 



Kan Peov 



Josh Petropoulos 

Entered from: St. Louis MS. Activities: Crew, 
ILC, Science Club, Student Council. 
Memories: LHS crew, all the loser kids MB 
TB JN MM HG JS JW, MBs temper tantrums, 
all the river raves & STP, the mustang, the 
Audi and all its rules, Boxford, TBs pp, 
respect MB, who is enrique, I'm not, your 
not, MBs pictures, after the harvest, Stacy 
your not black, chiviot. Future: Become a 
snob & heart throb. 



Sothea Phaen 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: ILC, 
NHS, Science Club, New Horizons. 
Memories: I will always remembermy friends 
& those good times we had together. Enjoy 
yourself, these are the good old days you're 
going to miss in the years ahead. Future: 
Become a pediatriction, work in the health 
field. 






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Phan Le T 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, Science Club & League, Math Club, 
Cambodian & Vietnamese Club, ILC. Future: 
Biology/Biotechnology. 




Linda Phanthanousinh 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Da, 
crybaby, Joi, Lin, Ann. Activities: Basketball, 
Softball, writing poems about myself. 
Memories: Friends always friends that 
couldn't last, but memories is a memories 
that never pass. Thanks to my parents, my sis, 
Vat, all my friends from first to last for being 
there for me 24/7. I love you all and will 
always remember who you are. Future: 
College, fulfill my dreams, finish my career. 



Vatsana Phanthanousinh 

Activities: ILC. Memories: Meeting new 
friends every year. Future: Attend a 4 year 
college. 



Sousavanh Philakhong 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Bobby, 
Sou, Sussie. Activities: XCountry, Indoor/ 
Outdoor Track, Science Club,YRBK. 
Memories: Every Saturday morning getting 
up early to catch the bus for weekend meets, 
getting lost at away XC courses, accounting 
class, hey Kelly, everything is based on 
reflexes, hanging out w/friends in the hall & 
at lunch. Bring your teeth up for air, smile. 
Future: College, only time can tell the rest. 




Doanh Phan 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: 
Science & Math Club, ILC. Work hard for 
your goals. Future: College, major in Web 
Design, minor in Accounting/Finance. 




Sophorn Phok 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Math & 
Science Club, Drama Club, ILC, Peer 
Leadership, Dance Ensemble. It feels good 
helping others. Memories: Teachers who have 
cared & worked hard for me, Mr Dan Murphy, 
Mr JohnMellanakos, Mrs. Gabriel, Winterfest 
Festival 99. Future: College, major in 
medicine. 




Edited by James Shaughnessy 



Class of 2001 



Litta Phommachack 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Nickname: Thene 
/Lili. Activities: Science Club, ILC, New 
Horizons. True friends walk in when others 
walk out. Memories: Hey buddies we made it 
to the end of HS, LS best of luck in the future 
& stay smart, LC hope you wait til 2008, GC 
nice knowing you hope it works out in 2008, 
best of luck to everyone I didn't mention, I'm 
going to miss you all, hope to see you around. 
Future: Major in Business Administration, 
travel around the world w/my honey. 




Sergio Picanco 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Soccer, 
ETS. Memories: Best friends ME AA, trip to 
Toronto, John in Guimond's class, JJ & his 
spoon, breaking down on the way to Hampton 
w/Nick C. Future: US Army. 




Saeng Phomveha 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Pretty 
boy. Activities: New Horizons. Life is full of 
opportunities, don't let them pass you by. 
Memories: Freshman year, hanging out w/ 
the boys, spirit week, Laotian club, hanging 
out with my boys & girls in Chinatown. 
Future: College. 



Viengsamone Phothirath 



Activities: New Horizons, 
successful life. 



Future: Have a 



Savern Phoumysavanh 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
pambodian Club. Memories: Halloween party 
99, backseat of Malibu, Five Star Video. 
Future: Nuclear Engineer. 



Ravy Phoun 



Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Shorty. 
Activities: Cambodian Club, Science & Math 
Club, NHS, New Horizons, Headmaster 
Advisory Panel. Memories: Chillin in the 
cafe every day, eating w/GB BK GT SEA TM 
NP, what's up to my sister, Linda. 




Vanessa Pino 




Fernando Pinto 




John Pires 




Angela Plante 



Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, Softball. Memories: 
Sophomore Social 97 w/KG & Chris, Harvest 
98 w/KG BC JC, Snowball 99, getting kowed 
w/KP,6/9/2000, New Years 99, LH my 
brother forever, striped shirt. Future: College. 




Senior Portraits 



Will You Remember Me 



Cynthia Poitras 

Entered from: St. Margaret's. Activities: ETS, 
Communications Academy, ILC, Track, 
Softball. Memories: B Ws Saturn, Cinco-Cero 
Crew, the orange day. Mod 1 1 lunch table, 
Globetrotters theme song, Superstar, best oreo 
cookie eater in the class, APs fro at my party, 
the metal edge, ALs noogies, photography 
chemicals, Sylvia's P shirt. Future: World 
Champion Fingerboarder, Graphic Designer 
& Photographer. 



Bobby Pontes 

Activities: Varsity Soccer. Memories: Oh 
stop, CG & TG who will win the game, good 
luck to all my fellow seniors. Future: Go to 
college & party, oh and be happy too. 



Amanda Potter 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: 
Soccer, Winter/Spring Track, StuCo, ILC, 
Peer Leadership, Science & Math Club. 
Memories: Potts, holdin down the frt, Ramp 
Tramps, KRAMPUS, AQs, the GIMMIE 
girls, BBC, class w/Trashley, Phils, cinco 
cero crew, better than a . . .Ash TA Hot Cocoa? 
RATM, new leg, Antonia Puppet, 10's, Fluer 
de lis, sensooal massage, soccer .tailgate, 
foliage, Think Pink, 1 1 Lunch, Bball sessions. 
Future: Mass Comm, do random stuff/people. 



Neal Potter 



Amy Quach 



Entered from: Wang MS. Nickname: Chinky. 
My friend told me once, let time tell... if it 
was meant to be... then it will be. From that 
day on, I've always kept that in my heart. 
Future: Become a Pediatric Nurse. 




Giang T. Quach 

Memories: Summer 00 the first summer in 
the USA. Future: Go to college and live the 
good life. 




Heather Maria Quintal 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Memories: I just 
wanna say hey to Sara & Nikki O, Sopheap H 
& Alex G, also to all my other friends AI TQ 
AD VP SR CD BB BP SC AZ KF RO KP ST 
LA AP, everyone else I forgot, I love you all! 




Brandy Riley 



Entered from: Lowell Catholic HS. 
Memories: I want say good luck to my friends 
you are all the best. Hey Ash, I'll call you so 
that I can tell you a lot more stories. Everyone 
enjoy life after this place, party & have as 
much fun as you can. 




Carlos Rivera 

Acitvities: Math & Science Club. Memories: 
It's my first year here so I ain't got much to 
say but good luck to all those I've met. ONE 
LOVE! 




Carl Rizzo 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ROTC, 
Lacrosse, Student Government. Memories: 
There are three types of people in this world, 
those who can count, and those who can't, 
thank you LHS, Sok. 









Edited by Mike Kandrotas 



Class of 2001 



Sylvia M. Rocha 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus School. 
Activities: Crew, ILC, Track, Stud Gov, ETS, 
Math & Science Club. Memories: Through 
the mills, I'm from Lowell, KCs party, Ohh 
boy! Ohh shoot! I want to! JS, 145, whoo 
whoo whoo whoo whoo, monkey bars. Future: 
Get a master's degree in Psychology, be rich, 
get married. 



Gregory Rodger 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Nickname: 
Hollywood. Memories: chillin at FH LM, 
Sullivan, Kent, in the van w/PR MK KK, 
Clan A, Lenzi's mom, Canada, Candice, New 
Years at Romo's, July 4 @Romo's, beached, 
parties @Romo's, Mikey's, Guziejka's, 
scavenger hunt, me vs. SC, hanging w/AG 
ML JS PR MR EK MK GC, Guild Street. 



Nicole Landry Rodger 

Activities: NHS, Tennis, Field Hockey, 
Indoor Track, Science & Math Club, ILC, 
Pep Club. Memories: WT Tammy, hold me 
closer TD LH, sunroof BF w/VB, Anton's w/ 
EC VB CC, 200 LB, EC, staying after class 
w/PC, 10:17, KRs 25 moms,Nyaah SB, Trig 
b/f db, Tennis Team, V-J Day, beating 
Chelmsford-FH. 



Nisia C. Rodrigues 

Activities: ILC, Science & Math Club, New 
Horizons, ETS. Memories: Nicole did you 
bring popcorn for Psychology class? True 
friends walk in when others walk out. Yo, 
Mr. Kealy, you got beef? Future: Go to 
college. 



Yvette Rodriguez 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: 
Basketball, Softball, ETS. Love is Blind! 
Don't judge a book by it's cover! Much love 
to the ETS staff and thanks to my mom, I 
wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you. Future: 
Own my own fashion business. 





John J. Rogers 

Activities: Black Unity Club, Wrestling, 
Lacrosse, Track. Memories: Ls w/JM BK 
MC MK CC GC EK MR MR PR ML AG JS 
JD JC, cool senior girls, FH LM MP Dunes, 
real Giz, Munchy, school trips', Garcias & 
Phillies, So Yr, Dowling, Middlesex w/BS 
BF, my porch 1 0/1 1/99. Future: Make money, 
drive a caddy. 



Kathleen Rogers 

Entered from: St. Margarets. Activities: Field 
Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Pep Club, 
Science & Math Club, DECA. Memories: 
Spasattack SB, Our Club, Christina-Red Sox, 
LB I -can do what I want when I want, DB 
sledding @MP, BB Boston Skip, make up 
beauty, EM 25 Moms, NR green/BK car 
accident 99 w/DB SB BB EB, L M B H, SB 
Poison Ivy, Lilly pull mama, DB 71 1, EB FH 
MP LM, PG Benedict, JF 90210 Beach 2000. 
Future: Go to college, be successful. 



Carrie Rondeau 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Diving, 
SCORE, ILC, Student Government, YRBK. 
We'll try to miss you. Memories: Junior year 
Spanish class, girls day at the beach, chatting 
at lunch w/MJ AB CR, Big Bird. 




Kerri Russell 



Michael M. Ryan 

Entered from: ButlerMS. Activities: Baseball, 
Basketball,Football.Memories:BBQsatKSs 
with Simpson, losers with GC & CKC at 
Hogies, Ls with JR BK JM JB MC, Double Ts 
with MC BK, New Year's. 





Senior Portraits 



Will You Remember Me 



Tricia Ryan 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: 
Basketball, Crew, ILC, ETS. Science Club, 
Peer Leadership. Memories: T bird, I think 1 
love your, Pee buddies, sprinklers, random 
list, Lindt chocolate w/SG, toothpaste crew 
98, Canada 99, CVS girls, ET KT MG MP, 
MVs Bday 99, soft core w/JR AF MV JR ET 
MT TC SG CG. Future: College. 



Angel Sainten 



Samnoeun Sam 



Sokchoeun San 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Cambodian Club, Math & Science Club, 
Indoor Track & Field. Memories: The time at 
lunch when...umm, and when my friends 
and I did...umm. Now taht I think of it, 
nothing exciting happened to me at LHS. 
Thank you Senior Survey for making me 
realize I had no life in high school. "Note to 
self: Don't forget to put in a personal quote." 
Future: I'm sure the class of 2001 will agree 
with me on this, get out of Lowell. 




Nehemias Sandoval 

Activities: DECA, ILC, NHS. I learn to keep 
still even though I'm always moving. 
Memories: playing a pick up baseball game 
in teh back of Mr. Craigue's class. El Espanol 
con Mr. D: Future: Move to Florida, open my 
own club. 




Gary Santa 





Charles Santiago 

Entered from: Chelmsford HS. Activities: 
New Horizons, Science Club, HCOP. 
Memories: To that special girl, I wrote your 
name in the sand, the water washed it away, 
I wrote your name in my heart and forever it 
will stay. One love to my friends, Eddie SEG, 
John chillin at the crib, Kna Boston Dweller, 
Peatch Meth, Johnathan Gizmo, chillin in 
Boston, anorexic chick in Boston, love goes 
out to all the ladies. Future: College for 
Computer Science & Culinary Arts. 



Diane Santiago 




Leanne Sandberg 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Soccer, 
Track & Field, ILC, Math Club, NHS. 
Memories: MH Quitarse la vopa. Want some 
JD? SM Stephanie moment, DD Blair Witch 
in my backyard, AF smells like book, LH & 
EC so so def, Anne & Mari Jayne, Canada 97 
98, Marinita & Tesa, New Years 99, baseball 
games w/Marina, Girls' Nights! ! (Jill #2 wink 
wink). Future: College. 




Nadja Santos 




Edited by Chan Long 



Class of 2001 



Joseph Sargent Jr 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities Cross 
Country, Indoor Track, Tennis, ILC, Science 
Club, NHS. Any way you want it, that's the 
way you need it. Memories: Cross Country, 
Football, Parties at Jay's, cruising w/JH JO 
PB, Chelmsford meet 99-00 (almost), go for 
an easy 10, stranded at Hampton w/Jay, 
running as the Ostrich. Future: College. 



Steven Savanphonh 




Dipan Shah 



Edward Sawtelle 




Mital Shah 

Entered from: Little Flower Jr High, India. 
Activities: Indian Club, Science & Math Club, 
ILC, Gaming Clug, New Horizons, 
Headmaster's Advisory Panel.. Memories: 
hanging out w/Gropio. Future: Go to a 4 yr 
college, get married, and have enough kids to 
make a football team. 



James Shaughnessy 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Nickname: Sabo, 
Zack. Activities: Football, Golf, Baseball 
Science Club, ILC, YRBK. Memories: 
Having ridiculous fun w/GR PR CC ML MR 
MK EK AG, Canada 99 01, NYE 00, Sully's 
class w/EK JR SS ML PR, Shepard St, LM 
FH SBF, 2 tee, scoping babes, walking home, 
FH. Why worry about the future, it hasn't 
happened yet. Future: To become something 
I am not. 





Jacqueline Serrano 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Nickname: Da 
Wild Child. Activities: Basketball, Crew, 
ETS, Mock Trail, Math Club, Internship, 
Headmaster Advisory Board. Invest in urself, 
it'll pay you 4 the rest of your life. Memories: 
Chickens hatin, you know who you are, thanks 
so much to ETS 4 everything, I Love u guys/ 
gals! my sis Sonia & my mom if it wasn't 4 
them I don't know where I'd be, joy rides w/ 
Slim, Shorty Du Whoop, Eve-E, Lil'Lulu, 
pool hopping. Future: College, $$$. 



Juan Serrano 




Kram Sien 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Cherish what you 
have or regret what you get. Memories: I 
have lots of memories with my friends from 
back then and now during my high school 
years. I'm gonna miss them. We used to have 
so much fun and now everyone is going 
away, NT SC YC HS ST3 KV PP CN PV SK 
KY PC. Future: Become a Registered Nurse. 



David M. Silva 



Entered from: City Magnet. Activities: Varsity 
Football, Indoor/Outdoor Track. Memories: 
Ohh naa...look who it is...MMIIITTT, 
drappen, GGGaunlet, Carroll Live 95 was ill, 
men let voo win in Florida, you took 
advantage, Costa where 'd voo go at the beach, 
Men & Drappen were chillen, Moriarty the 
best bridge street ride ever, we didn't brick 
this year, Callery we dominate the 1 00m FH 
dash, because of the bash, GEO. Future: Go 
to college for Sports Business/Management. 




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Will You Remember Me 



Jessica Silva 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Crew, 
Indoor Track, Volleyball, Basketball.-NHS, 
Stud Gov, Science Club, ILC, ETS, Powder 
Puff. Spirit Week. Memories: I'm a DD, 
whoa whoa whoa, Crew w/Katie & Sylvia, 
KT calling be BC, where are my balls, getting 
caught in the rain in the barge w/Chad, Canada 
trip w/ILC, fun at KCs house, TPing Rod's 
car, LL KT SR CP MD RH K.C JD I'll miss 
you! Future: College, marriage, have kids! 




Corey Smith 



Entered from: Immaculate Conception 
School. Activities: Skiing, Tennis, Soccer, 
NHS, ILC, Science slub. Memories: Geometry 
w/SD, Science Fair, shenanigans Christmas 
party, chairlift rides, Blink 182 concert w/JD, 
parties at Floods, DMB 99 00, Minigolf max. 
And so have been the shock. Future: Major in 
Engineering, be successful, move on to bigger 
& better things. 




Kara Silva 

Entred from: Arts Magnet. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, NHS. Memories: hanging w/ 
the girls, LL, you're crazy, deucette your my 
girl, DW you're my Cb, DG OW TB, we have 
ESP, Soph Yr Chem w/DG RM goatlady, 
CD, I wuv you, Shepstock 99 00, Florida 00, 
SF, BFF. Future: To be successful. 



Samneang Sin 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: ILC, 
Math Club/League, NHS, New Horizons. 
When we were young, we were innocent; 
when we grow old, we become wiser, but the 
fire still bums. Memories: Every single minute 
I spent with my friends, whether happy or 
sad, I learned a lot from them. Future: To 
leave and let the past be. 



Ladda Singvilay 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: NHS, 
Science Club, ILC, New Horizons. Never 
frown even when you are sad cause you never 
know someone might be falling in luv with 
your smile. Best wishes to my true friends, 
LP LC GC. I hope to see you guys in college. 
Future: Travel around the world with AE, be 
successful in life. 




Sophorn So 




Derek Sodre 

Activites: Varsity Baseball, Varsity Track. If 
you want something really bad, then go get it! 
Memories: Long drives to Dudley Road w/ 
MM JN, parties, football, DS 16th B-Day, to 
all my friends good luck in what you do, MM 
thanks for your friendship, to my freshmen 
boy DY you have the talent j ust use it the right 
way, best of luck kid. Future: play pro Ball, 
prove people wrong. 



Saroem Soem 

Entered from: Wang MS. Look at me. . .laugh 
now, cry later. Memories: Mr. Power's 
Teletubbies lecture, GOSH for crying out 
loud... someone stop him PLEASE! Future: 
Live happily with my lovely wife. 





James Sloan 

Entered from: West Intermediate, 
Wilmington. Activities: Football, Wrestling, 
Baseball, ILC, Math Club, ETS. Memories: 
Sean 2 am Dracut, football games, MVC 
Champs Fr Yr Baseball, Lowell East 15s 
Division 2 Champs Baseball. Just ask yourself 
"What If?" Future: Law School & own my 
own restaurant. 





Aun Sok 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Nickname: Litha. 
Believe in yourself that you hold the key to 
your future, the future does not have a hold on 
you. Future: Become a successful business 
woman. 




Edited by Chanthavom Khlok 



Class of 2001 



Linda Sok 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, DECA. Memories: Paris, 
France 97, Ms LHS 98 w/SH RN, 
snowboardin w/TRO 99-00, fallin in love w/ 
my baby SL, 00, Elks 99 w/SH SS NS MN, 
modeling for my babe's fashion show @ 
Tsongas Arena 00 had a blast, shout out to all 
my girls you know who u r, my BKO RP 
succeed in life, $$, my best f SK, life goes on, 
meetin' JT was the best. Future: Major in 
Fashion Merchandise, marry my baby in Paris. 

Moeun Sok 



Pheakdey Sok 



Nickname: Cobra, Activities: Weighttraining, 
Cambodian Club, ILC. Memories: Friends 
that I made during my 4 years in LHS, the best 
memories that I have are of spendin' time in 
the weight room. Future: Attend college, 
graduate, get a high paying job, make mad 
$$$, marry the one that I love, have 2 kids that 
my honey wants. 



Vannary Sok 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Student 
Council, VP of Science Club, Secretary of 
' ILC, Peer Leadership, Math Club, DECA 
Class Rep, New Horizon, Cambodian Club, 
ETS. Memories: Mr. Boutselis' 503, Mr. 
Powers cool teletubby tales, 1st place Lip 
Sync Contest 00, River Ambassador Programj 
hangin' out in the cafe all day =)! Future: Go 
to a 5-year college, get a master's degree in 
MIS, travel around the world, live a happy 
life. 



Chanda Som 

Beauty is not about the outside, it's about 
what lies beneath... the heart, liver, & small 
intestine. Future: Open my own business, a 
salon. 




Kimseth Song 



Entered from: Morada MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, New Horizons, YRBK. Each 
step you take, you'll remember your last! 
Future: College. 



Keith Sorota 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Soccer, 
ILC, Math & Science Club, Gaming Club, 
ETS, Cambodian Club. Memories: 
Homeroom 10th, 11th, & 12th. grade, sharing 
lockers, lunch time conversations. Future: 
Go to college, be an engineer. 







Sopheap C. Sou 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Linda. 
Activities: Cambodian Club, ILC, & Stud 
Gov. Memories: Spirit Week 00 w/Destiny's 
Child, Jumpin Jumpin w/OR MC, the Chaks 
& my uT sis. Harvest 99 w/ KOS, Cambodia 
w/the Huots, Summer 00, hnirm w/GT & DW 
3 yrs, Jr year, biology w/MH CO CO & RM. 
Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you v 
end up among the stars. Future: College, have 
a successful future! 



Navey Soun 






David Sousa 



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Will You Remember Me 




Samath Soy 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: ILC, 
YRBK, Science Club, DECA Jr Yr See. Sr Yr 
Reporter, Hmrra Rep. Memories: Checkin 
out the boys (UML) during rides home w/TS, 
BBFP. can I rub your belly, James S, Derek 
Sodre: you're the palest Asian I've ever met, 
love ya baby. Money is your one true friend, 
they never talk back once you use them. 
Future: Go to Johnson & Wales, major in 
Culinary Arts & Business Management. 




Sarah Staid 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: 
Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Track, NHS. 
ILC, Science Club. Memories: Footbag, 
camping, skiing w/LF, Sully's class, DJ 
Photon, 99-w/AC, New Year's, legs w/EK, 
Powder Puff, golf carts w/LB. Future: College. 




Jennifer Lee Squeglia 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Show 
Choir, Student Dir, Acapella, Concert Choir. 
Memories: Dictionary Lithium Battery, SC 
Bermuda, the hole, the black cheese, green 
mold, Easton Competition SC, Titanic 
chickens ST NC SK, green jello JL, sniz, 
squiggs, Mel, blueberries, SC, phantom note 
KB, radio missions 1 2 3 LR, caterfly MM, 
magic coloring book MB, birdie spin JV, 
velvet pants, SC, squid AOEO, everything is 
so funny MB. Future: College for teaching. 



John Sras 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Cambodian Club, ILC. Basketball. 
Volleyball, Wrestling. Every rose has its' 
thorns. Future: Go to college, open up my 
own music company. 



Samoeun Srey 



Johnathan Stacy 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Fall/ 
Spring Crew, Indoor Track, ILC, Science 
Club, NHS. Memories: First I'd like to thank 
God & my family for their support through 
these 4 years. To my doggs it's been fun JW 
HG KP JBP KF AD MJB JH JC Enrique, 
Cape Cod, barrel ruckus, FC, going 0-60 in 5 
sees in the 84 Audi, crew-practices w/Chad & 
coming DFL in most meets, brickin the boot, 
Phish, STP, Kiron fainting on his car. Future: 
Make a lot of money, retire by 35. 






Scott Stephens 

Entered from: SJA. Nickname: $$. Memories: 
M5, punk rockers, gimmies, summertime, 
Ms C, refrigerator dance, practice at Phils. 
Jam Master K, all my friends-SJA kids, 
adrock, SG DC AF KS. Future: Become a 
rockstar or a supermodel. 



Othello Stewart 

Entered from: Bong Town School, Liberia. 
Activities: Black Unity Club, ILC, Science 
Club. Future: University, I want to become 
an electrical engineer. 



Maranda Strong 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Student 
Council, New Horizons. Memories: Don't 
live in anyone else's shadow, hey JS, 
remember Spirit Week, LOL MT JS, 
remember my lunchbox. So Yr (by the way 
it's not), hey Katie M how's Bruce & Chan, 
Greg um...what can I say to you. Future: Go 
to college, become a lawyer. 



Kaitlyn Sturtevant 

Entered from: St. Stanislaus. Activities: 
Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, ILC, SC, 
DECA. Memories: the Gimmies, the Punx, 
the ShowDawgs, Jodi's parties, Betty, Lucy, 
CJ, NY 99, HF 99, my house 7/4/00, DS & 
duralogs, punk shows, A'SPs, June 16th, 
Dans party, PTs swing, oil oil, AJ, DJ Erica, 
TCK, Boston trips, the big kids, LB, Incubus, 
RHCP. Be true to yourself; don't rely on 
others to make you happy. Future: Live a 
long, happy, healthy, abundant life. 










Edited by Sambath Bo 



Class of 2001 



Samoeut Sun 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: Science 
Club. Memories: Going to the Science 
Museum Fr Yr, where half my class told our 
teacher that we lost our paper which we had 
to turn in. Live life, take chances, and pursue 
your dreams. Future: To be a famous 
Entertainer & acquire my Ferrari F360 
Modena. 



Vanny Suy 

Entered from: Bartlett MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science & Math Club, Cambodian Club, ETS, 
YRBK, Hdmstr Adv Panel. Mommy & Daddy 
thanks for everything. Memories: 10-11-97 
Hero C always, Sophean who is smarter now, 
Sandy your mom paged, Vannak left or right, 
Mother Reaksmey 07-21-00, Lysa big bro, 
Chanty where are they? Future: College for 
Pharmacy, become the richest of all the rich, 
have many pharmacies, own many homes, 
dozens of luxury cars, & new outfits everyday. 

Shaun Sweeney 

Entered from: St. Louis. Activities: DECA 
Memories: Mrs Clements Geology class, Dr. 
Hakam, Senior Seminar, Andrew Crememer 
the light saber, Dave you'll find a good one 
someday, Phil psycho. Finally it's over! 
Future: United States Army. 



Tammy Sweeney 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club, ETS, YRBK. Memories: Rides 
home w/Sam, class w/SP KH AC DC, AO'C 
my yearbook partner in crime, my love for 
TG & AK, my fav twins SO & NO, HR w/TT 
& ST, Mr Borst thanks for everything, 
Interning for Lenny Rapone in Rm 1 22, RE 
LL RR. Future: Go to college, live happily 
ever after. 



Kathryn Swenson 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Enviormental Club, Crew, ILC. Memories: 
Yo baby want some candy, AP, the doors of 
perception, trio in crime, hippies & bums, 
ESP, friends, you know who you are. 
Naaasteee! Life is what happens to you while 
your busy making other plans-John Lennon. 
Future: To not take life seriously because its' 
too important. 





James Sylvester 



itered from: City Magnet. Memories: Don't 
ever judge me-Slipnot. Even at his most 
powerless, mans existence is never without 
meaning-Anonymous. Good is not good if 
better is expected and best is possible-Pfamit 
Mehta. Either I will find a way, or I will make 
one-Philip Sidney. Future: Study Sports 
Management or Computer Programming, or 
maybe both. 



Joseph Sylvester 




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Bolina Taing 



Seng Taing 



Nicholas Tamvaklis 

Entered from: Daley MS. Memories: Finally! 
Thanks to all my friends for making the past 
four years worth it, oh boy, late nights, NTS. 




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Will You Remember Me 



Wattana Tan 

Entered from: California Morada MS. 
Activities: Science Club, ILC. Memories: 
Being with my friends, being true and faithful 
to everyone. To my following upcoming year 
friends, I wish you all the best of luck. Future: 
Become successful, go to college, and live 
life to the fullest. 



Natalia Tangarife 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Science 
Club, ILC. Hard work pays off sooner or 
later. Future: Graduate from college & make 
good $$$$$$! 



Christina Tanguay 

Entered from: St. Margarets. Memories: Lil 
Bucket, justifying my existence, bmb, hey 
staircase, adventures w/KP AL, the smurf 
and others, Jeep Grand Cherokee, whirlpool, 
the time my camera was runover by the big 
green truck, pilgrimages to Starbucks, ahoy 
captain horn, illogical logic. Future: College, 
Web Page Designer. 



Kerry Tanguay 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: ILC, 
ETS, Homeroom Rep. Memories: My friends 
GD KH DW MC TH TS-Gym & Spanish KT 
RL C V, my best friend Jen L, Softball forever! 
Future: Early Childhood Educator. 







Bi Thach 

Memories: My four years at LHS were great 
& enjoyable, my biggest memories of LHS 
are my teachers & friends, my first day I 
didn't speak a word of English, my teacher's 
believed urme & I beleived in myself, now 
four years later I am doing very well & can't 
believe I graduated from LHS. Future: To 
graduate from a four year college. 



Pholy Thach 



Sean Thellen 

Entered from:Wang MS. Activities ILC, 
Science Club, AFJROTC, SCORE Peer 
Mediation. Memories: Don't be afraid to step 
out into the unknown, take a blind leap once 
in awhile, how bad could it possibly be? 
Future: Enlist in the Air Force, become a MP. 





Katherine Theodoros 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Crew, 
Communications Academy, Track, Student 
Council, ETS, Memories: BBC 99, woh woh 
woh, I'm from Lowell, the GH w/Lauren C, 
you guys it's hot, $1.45 $1.45, yes no's, boat 
drill! Future: Go to art school, get a job, have 
lots of fun. 




Ti/hy Tanhira 



Entered from: Harare High Zimbabwe. 
Activities: New Horizons. Future: College. 




Michael Thibault 

Entered from: Sacred Heart. Activities: ILC, 
Soccer. Science Club. Memories: It's finally 
over, oh boy. Future: Go to college, make 
money. 



Edited by Kristin Hamilton 



Class of 2001 




James Thibodeau 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Science League & Club, Captain, ILC, 
Gaming Club, BU Biotechnology, Crew, 
Mocha Java. Life if short, make fun of it. In 
Intemis Ardent. Power to Damn. Memories: 
Mrs. Bs Breakfast Club, cheese nips, chalk 
pelting from Mr. D, Drug music, Physics 
table, Tibbs, trips to BK, eating, getting to 
KM to skip. Future: Biology or Sociology 
Major. 



Samoeun Thiv 

Entered from: Roger MS. Activities: Math & 
Science Club, ILC. U learn what U want to 
learn!!! Future: Graduate with a degree in 
Computer Science. 




Coldan Tith 

Activities: DECA. If I wrote something that 
people should do, I would be a hypocrite 
because I don't even do what I say. Future: 
Start my own business/get a BMW. 




Erin Tobin 




Christina Thompson 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: 
Educational Talent Search, International 
Language Club. Memories: Mrs. Clements' 
Geology class, Dennis' lake house June 12, 
2000. 



Ning Thongthepsomphou 

Entered from: Woonsocket, RI. I want to start 
by saying thank you to my husband Bunroeun 
i for making me go to school and her I am 
finally graduating. I love you honey!! To my 
daughter Ketsana, you've inspired me so 
much and I don't know what I would do 
without you. To my parents, thanks for 
everything you've done for me. I'll never 
forget it. Aenoy Nang Lay Noi Lae thanks for 
always being there when times were hard. To 
the cool teachers for letting me slide, thanks. 



Tracy Thome 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: 
International Language Club. Memories: 
Spanish class w/Mr D, its almost time for 
snack then our mom's & dad's will come, my 
HR buddies ST & TS. slide, Canada, 
Tracybelle, EO NC MK YO TH SJ C V TS ST 
DF SF SD PB AP JM MT S W LD RU. Future: 
Graduate from a four year college. 




Carmen M. Torres Perez 

Activities: Spirit Week, Harvest, school 
dances, Pep Rally, Hispanic Club, ILC, 
ScienceClub. Memories: Freshman year when 
I was in ESL classes & we would fool around. 
Sophomore year we hung around in Mrs. 
Vejars' classroom & Mr. Riveras' office. 
Future: Go to college, become an 
Orthodontist. 




Dany Touch 




Lundy Touch 




b m 



Senior Portraits 



Will You Remember Me 



Savoeun Touch 



Channy Tounn 



Shannon Theresa Townsend 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Memories: All 
the friends I've met along the way, best wishes. 
We finally made it! Summer of 99 spent w/ 
Julie & Norman. Jr Harvest. Two great years 
interning in the LHS Infant Center. "To the 
world you may be one person, but to one 
person you may be the world." Future: To 
work with children, live a long, happy, 
successful life. 



Duyen Tran 




Nguyet Tran 



Quy Tran 



Sang Tran H. 



Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
New Horizons. When you look forward in to 
time, it appears life has passed in a flash, can 
you see time? So experience this moment to 
its' fullest. Future: Go to college, become 
successful in my future plans. 




Linda Tran 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Science 
& Cambodian Club. "Life is like a game, 
sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but 
at the end you will succeed!" Memories: 
Getting lost in LHS my freshman year. Future: 
Go to college, become very successful. 




Thanh Ngoc Tran 

intered from: Robinson MS. Activities: Chess 
Club, Swimming & Diving. "Don't let your 
eyes be your guide, follow your heart and you 
will see the light." Future: Computer Scientist 
or Physicist. 



Thuy Tran 




Edited by Jessie Blanchard & Ms. LaBranche 



Class of 2001 



Thuy T. Tran 



Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Tweety. 
Activities: New Horizons, ILC, Science Club, 
CAPAY. "Weird is just weird. It doesn't 
follow the i before e except after c rule." NH 
w/Leo unforgettable b/c I was an 
embarrassment, Keke, B of Sp w/ST KO KT, 
going out w/1 1 of closest friends, scary but 
funny situation w/As about the backpack, 
road trip w/a bunch of ppl on accoung of a 
buddi, something a lil different :). Future: 
Anything but a bum! 



Trang Tran 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: New 
Horizons, Science & Math Club. Memories: 
house party. Future: Graduate from college. 



Garrett Trombly 

Entered from: WangMS. Activities: Football, 
Baseball, Track, Wrestling, ILC, Science 
Club. Memories: HK for Life, Ozzfest 2000, 
Ricky's porch, homeroom w/DW LS, 
sledding at MP, pork chop's house, UFC, 
raiding Dracut, "The Union," shut up Katie- 
Kealy, Lippa, "Make yourself." 




Soupone Tuon 





Suzanne Turgeon 

Entered from: St. Margaret's School. 
Activities: Show Choir, Color Guard, Dance 
Ensemble, ILC,NHS. Memories: Show Choir 
competitions, Easton, Bermuda, Jenn, 
Bethany & Squiggs, Titanic chickens, spider 
Get the shoe, get the shoe! Watcha guys 
doin'? I'm sorry! I don't have apencil! Future: 
Become a Journalist for magazines. 



Learn Tuy 

Entered from: BF Butler. Nickname: Lim. 
Activities: ETS, ILC, Science Club. 
Memories: My son A-Jay & all my good 
friends. Future: Become a Registered Nurse. 




Meghan Trudel 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Track, 
ILC, NHS. Memories: Cluster 1 w/MV CG 
HG, Soc Harv, SB, Prom w/TC, Canada w/ 
ILC 99, dances w/TC AF MV TR SG CG, 
early morn w/HM, table for 4 w/TC HM FM, 
A Bug's Life w/TC, Xmas w/AF MV TR AV, 
Fridays (Soph Yr) w/SG, 99 w/TC, early 
release day, working w/AF SG TC. Tom, I'll 
love you always. You never lose by loving, 
you'll always lose by holding back. Future: 
Speech Therapy/Elementary Education. 



Phillip Trudell 

Entered from: St. Jeanne d'Arc. Activities: 
Lacrosse, ILC. Memories: my swing 
lunchball, punk rawk, sunny days, sing-wop, 
the gimmies, She-su-da-fu, GFN, 505, Scott, 
Keev, Daan, everyone I met, lost tripods, 
Dan'd Ballad, Primus, Incubus, Kait's house, 
sledding. Future: College. 




Kevin Uch 



Senior Portraits 




RaUn 

Entered from: Daley. Activities: ILC, Crew. 
Memories: This is the best Bday every guys- 
TR AF, gym class w/AF, Friend Appreciation 
Day & WTKB-EP, the sinking of the barge, 
Canada 99, Sunshine Middle School-MT, 
baddd Maria, TC, bam bam Erica & the 
gimmies-EV K.S AM, Toastu to...BB/JR, 
BK, the sweethearts-DC, PT, $$bling bling, 
KL, Boston trips, the massage table, Prom 00 
w/MW, Prom 99, Harvest 99 w/PT. Future: 
Become an Artist or marry a rich kid. 




Will You Remember Me 



Ryan Underwood 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: 
Wrestling, Track. Memories: Late nights at 
Barney's, sessions, Simpson trivia, concerts, 
BLs house, long nights w/JW, Florida trip, 
WWR, CYO, 10-1 1-99 fun stuff, RW York, 
Jonny Rockets, 1-6-97, SM, BCs house, hot 
tub. What a long, strange trip it's been. Future: 
Get out of LHS, live free & die. 



Samnang Uth 



Mara Uy 



Maria Vakalidis 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Crew. Memories: This is the best Bday ever 
guys-TR AF, gym class w/AF, Friend 
Appreciation Day & WTKB-EP, the sinking 
of the barge, Canada 99, Sunshine Middle 
School-MT, baddd Maria, TC, bam bam Erica 
& the gimmies-EV K.S AM, BB/JR, BK, the 
sweethearts-DC, PT (Phillaup), $$ bling bling, 
KL, Boston trips, the massage table, Prom 00 
w/MW, Prom 99, Harvest 99 w/PT. Future: 
Become an Artist or marry a rich kid. 

Kunthear Van 

Entered from: South School, Nickname: Linda 
or Tia. Activities: Science Club & League. 
Confidence would lead you on. Be prepared, 
before you decide to go. All American 
Mathematics Award Scholar. Future: Obtain 
a PhD in Chemical Engineering. 




Prasoth Van 



Diego Vasco 




Lisa Veiga 




Abaigeal Vergados 




Daland Veth 

Nickname: Lan. Activities: New Horizons. 
Future: Major in Compute Science, finish 
college, get a good paying job. 




Edited by Ms. LaBranche 



Class of 2001 



Erica L. Vitorino 

Entered from: EN Rogers MS. Activities: 
ILC, Volleyball. Memories: Gimmies, the 
getaway, Punx, Image, Betty, Prom 00 w/ 
WC, June 16, Bam Bam Maria, big kids, July 
3, Nov 6, fun lighters under my bed w/the get 
up kids, portugal w/sis, DJ Erica, PT & KSs 
get togethers, VT w/WC, what's up B? Oi Oi ! 
"Angel," SS, BW, Cape Cod w/BA KIDS & 
SIS. "In the end I've realized who my true 
friends were." Future: To be successful. 



Sovoeung Voeuth 

Activities: New Horizons, Science Club, ILC, 
Cambodian Club. "There are so many things 
in life that you didn't get through, so just take 
your time wisely and live your life to the 
fullest." I will miss each and everyone of my 
dearest friends, hoping all of you succeed and 
in the future don't ever forget me. Your one 
& only true friend. :) Future: Go to college. 



Chrystal D. Volianites 

Entered from: HJ Robinson MS. Nickname: 
CeCe, the girl with the eyes. Activities: ETS, 
ILC, Black Unity Club, Hispanic Club. 
Memories: my partner in crime Genu, Yovi- 
n-Bebo. Mariama, Indira & Kudzai, being 
the craziest "thug" JP, To all my homeboys: 
"Don't hate me because U love me, hate me 
cause your girl don't know!" And to the 
"Skeeos:" Don't hate me because I'm pretty, 
hate me because ur man thinks so!" 
Knowledge Bom. Future: Music Producer. 



Ratan Vong 

Memories: To wonderful times I spent with 
friends at Lowell High. Future: Go to college, 
find the job that fits my interests. 




Diep Hoang Vu 

Activities: Soccer, Swimming, Math & 
Science Club. Future: Computer Engineering. 




John Welch 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Crew, 
Indoor Track, Math & Science Club, ILC, 
NHS. Memories: Early morning crew meets, 
practice w/Chad, DFL, HG, JS, Buttman, 
LMR, pedal to the metal in the 84 Audi, 90 
Cougar, subs, FC, Bainbridges, brunch, 
backwoods, UDOH, Mexico, AD, PG, JP, 
BTTW, ooce, Boondock Saints. Power hath 
descended forth from thy hand... Future: 
Heavyweight Champion of the World. 



Sharen Wheatley 

Entered from: City Magnet. Activities: NHS, 
DECA, Science Club, ILC, Volleyball, Indoor 
Track. Memories: They can't take away your 
birthday, shicidefy, LPMKs Chem class, 
Spanish con Sr. D, all my crushes. Gym Jr Yr, 
UNOs w/Miss Y, girls' nights, Since 
Freshman Year, football games, Christmas in 
April, crumple and shoot. 



Darcie Williams 




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Mamei M. Willie-Bonglo 

Activities: Secretary Stud Gov, VP Black 
Unity Club, ILC, Science Club, Peer 
Leadership, ETS, Dance Ensemble, Lowell 
School Committee Advisory Panel. Nobody's 
respect is worth more than your own. 
Memories: Going to NEMASC on Cape Cod, 
performing on Lip Sync Day, getting into 
trouble w/FK at Copley because of BT. Future: 
Attend medical school, become a Pediatrician. 



Brendon Woods 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: 
Communications Academy, The Original 
Morning Buzz, Portable Studio. Memories: 
winning Erik's Monte Carlo (pink slips), 
Erik's turtle lip, custom exhaust on the Saturn, 
all the good times on the rope swing, Silva got 
Red! Phil @ the YRBK class photo, W, Erkle, 
Orch, snowboarding w/my boys, I'd like to 
say peace to all my friends throughout my 
life. "Will I ever get to where I'm going. If I 
don't will I know that I'm there." Incubus. 



Will You Remember Me 






Qiadjing Wu 



Activities: ILC, Math & Science Club, New 
Horizons, CAPAY. Memories: My mother 
drew a distinction between achievement and 
success. She said that achievement is the 
knowledge that you have studied and worked, 
and done the best that is in you. Success is 
being praised by others. That is nive but not 
as important or satisfying. Always aim for 
achievement and forget about success. Future: 
Get my master's degree and be successful in 
the Architecture field. 




Lee Leurng Yin 

Enteredf rom: Sacred Heart. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club. Memories: Having to leave 
school many times because of what I was 
wearing.Don't stop living bolding.Believe 
life over. other's dreams. Future: Go to college 
& succeed in all I do. 




Bruce Wyatt 



Savoeun Yath 




Sophorn Yem 




Ratha Yok 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ILC, 
Cambodian Club, Yearbook. Nickname: 
Cyclop. Be grateful for what you have while 
it lasts. :) :( Future: Go to college. 



Sareth Yut 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ETS, 
ILC, DECA, CAPAY. The world is gonna 
end soon, so live life to the fullest. Memories: 
hanging out, going out to eat. Future: 
International/Business Management. 



George Zaralidis 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Nickname: 
Georgie. Activities: VP STU CO, Pres NHS, 
Headmaster's Adv Committee, School Comm 
Adv Panel, ILC, Theatre Co, Math & Science 
Club, The Review school newspaper, MASC, 
NEMASC. "Look closer... chart your course 
among the start." Memories: bonding with 
StuCo buds, being lost 1st day of school, Fr 
Cluster. Thank you to my families/friends. 
Future: College-Communications/Political 
Science. President of the US, Vote for Me! 




San Yi 

Entered from: Roger MS. Activities: Fr 
Football, Southeast Asian Club. Final 
destination comes for everyone, so live life 
with no regrets. The best things in life is what 
is worth waiting for. Future: Get Rich Quick. 




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Adler M. Augustin 

Entered from: Saint-Louis de Gonzague 
(Haiti). Activities: Science Club, Volleyball, 
ILC. Memories: Ms O'Connor English III, 
volleyball practices, school dances. Mr. 
Boisjoly's crepe parties, see you when I see 
you Lazarre. Nou pa vie tet poul nan djaz la. 
When things don't go the way we plan we 
must keep on fighting to get a better stand. 
Evre Fwe, SPIN. DASTA, SLG, Epi dats it. 
Future: Become a medical doctor, have my 
own clinic, play volleyball in the Olympics. 



Jonathan Broe 

Entered from: Wang MS. Activities: Crew, 
NHS, Science Club & League. Future: Go to 
college, pursue a career in Biology. 




Aaron Trent Joseph Gannon 

Entered from: Lowell Catholic HS . Memories: 
Purple People eater, studying hard at Lowell 
High, my cartoonist neighbor. Future: 
Teacher, Electrical Engineer or Policeman. 



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Vatana S. Hul 

Nickname: Mr. Stalker, The Stalk, Johnny. 
Entered from: Wang MS. If you love 
something let it go, if it comes back to you it' s 
yours, if it doesn't it never was. 



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Philip Brown 



Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: Math 
& Science Club, ILC, Math Team, Tennis. 
Memories: De + el = del, Chemistry with Dr. 
Hakam, O'Canada-Mr. O, Ms. Parker's class 
Future: Rule the World! 




Erick Chou 

Entered from: Roger MS. Activities: ETS, 
Cambodian Club, Science & Math Club. 
Student Council, Peer Leadership, New 
Horizons, ILC. Future: Go to college and 
hopefully find a successful job. 




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Brian Keane 

Activities: Wrestling, Baseball. Science Club, 
ETS. Memories: Chillin' w/Simpson in KBs 
backyard, Ls at MCC, Double TTs w/Conant. 
Ls w/Johnny B, JR, Pac-man, Matty Z, 
Hoggey's w/Corey, Gus, Kandrotas's house, 
LM, FH, the rocks. 



Sophary Kent 



Activities: Track, Science & Math Club, 
Cambodian Club, ILC. Memories: No pain, 
no gain. Future: Graduate from law school, 
then travel. 




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Sokuntho Khem 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Nickname: Toni. 
Activities: Cambodian Club. Memories: 9/ 
15/97 I LOVE YOU, Pooh Hershey kisses, 
the bus downtown, BB BS, 12/25/97, 10/1 1/ 
99, 12/23/98 my little Princess Anastasia. 2/ 
19/99 Mel Mel, Nga 2/28 always, 3/00 I can 
fly, Hun & Kimmy, Lin Garden, Pho, Nga 
Rockingham Mall, 8/30/00 Nov 99 Harvest, 
Castleton, Boo's House, Summer 99 Elite. 
Future: Bay State/Johnson & Wales become 
a buyer/successful business woman. 

Eric Knutson 

Entered from: Saint Louis. Memories: 
Freshmen year when Tommy Boyle shook 
his chocolate milk which was already open at 
the lunch table, the BBB video, the Banana's 
in Sully's class. Future: College. 




Pavy Panyanouvong 



Elise Marie Patterson 

Entered from: St. Michael School. Memories: 
There are only 2 kinds of chicken... Grilled 
and crispy Brian, you win I give up remind 
me I owe you 100 bucks Justin, Brendan has 
advanced in the world & Eric is getting lower 
Maria & Meghan, that time we went to that 
place & did that thing we always wanted to do 
& met those people when we went to that 
place at that time & had Taco Bell with big 
cups Jenny, Love of my life: LC CM RC JF 
KF EG MV KS BK JR. 




Kristin Lesniak 



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Sophal Phy 




Ivan Maldonado Jr. 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: 
ROTC, Art Club, Science Club, Hispanic 
Club Treasurer 2 yrs,VP Sr Yr, Headmstr. 
Adv Panel. Communication is that thin line 
between peace and war. A woman is like a 
fruit, when you finish with one throw it away. 
(Kidding ladies, please don'thurt me.) Future: 
Doctor or Engineer, Computer Specialist as a 
hobby. 



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Latoya Robinson 



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Yuri Abdala 

Entered from: Venezuela. Activities: Hispanic 
Club. Science Club. Memories: Gracias mama 
por apoyarme y saber que cuento contigo 
siempre. Thanks to all my friends for helping 
me and staying with me all the time, you are 
the best. Future: Go to college, have a career 
in Business Administration. 




Sitha Bou 




Luis Aguasvivas 

Activities: Hispanic Club. The world is a 
book, those who do not travel read only a 
page. Memories: Thank you Ms. Vejar for 
being so nice. Future: Go to Harvard to study 
Genetic Engineering. 




Christopher Cenik 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Nickname: Gus. 
Activities: Varsity Football. Varsity Baseball, 
Indoor Track. Memories: Hanging w/JS GR 
ML PR EK MK MR BK MR AG BH CC JR. 
Fort Hill riots, Peter R parties. AdanTs parties, 
Mike Ks car, hanging at LM, Canada trip, my 
girlfriend Laura. It said eat me so I ate it. 
Future: Make money. 




Derek Anderson 




Amy Chateauneuf 





Reatrey Chhoun 




Edwin Kojak Chindongo 

Entered from: Zimbabwe. Activities: ILC, 
Black Unity Club, Football. Track & Field. 
Memories: Football 97-00 camp, Harvest 99, 
the Sok Mam, Juniors, the Ndongo and 
Trombone, MTM, summer 99, 00, J.J. P.H, 
Fabio, Cluster 1, Catalina, Back that thang 
up, the 45 babe, Mr. Wilson, Boot Mills, 
Columbo, BUC, LTR, NR, Lunch 1 1/00, the 
table founder, Zimbabwe, the NDONGO 
WARR1ER, keep it real, have fun. Future: I 
guess you gotta wait & see then. 




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Somsak Chum 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Memories: 
Junior year had to be the best year for me! 
Future: Join the Army, get some money, start 
living large. 




Richard Douglas 





Nelly Enid Collazo 

Entered from: Wang MS. To all my friends 
and teachers, I want to leave you all with this: 
I will never forget senior year & my first 
teachers. I have good & bad memories at 
LHS, but most are good, the teachers were so 
cooperative and made learning easy. LHS is 
the last place I would forget. Believe in 
yourself, don't let anybody put you down. 
Future: To be an Interior Decorator. 




Jean Ralph Georges 

Entered from: Arts Magnet. Activities: New 
Horizons, ILC, Black Unity Club, Science 
Club, Volleyball, Soccer. You are responsible 
for the talent that has been entrusted to you. 
Try not to become a man of success but rather 
a man of value. Future: Computer Designer, 
the next MJ. 




Raymond Daigneault 




Tung Ho 





Stephen Darrigo 




Blake Johnston 




Ebenezer Donkoh 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Black 
Unity Club, ILC, Soccer. Spend your time 
wisely. Future: Become an Engineer. 




Nouen Kim 




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Marie Lewis 




Volak Neang 



Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ETS. 
New Horizons, Cambodian Club. Live life 
the way you want to live it, don't let anyone 
tell you how to live it. Memories: Chillin' at 
KDs crib, junior year,' cruising to Boston, 
chillin at South Lowell. Future: Get a degree 
in Computer Graphics, Visual 
Communications or new media. 



Pedro J. Luna 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Black 
Unity Club, Chess Club, ILC, Science Club. 
Memories: Morning ride to school w/RD & 
Neil, Canada trip w/JM, Friday's before & 
after games, three fun years w/KS, best of 
luck to all my friends ! Future: Own my own 
business someday, start a family, enjoy the 
rest of my life. 




Carmen Luz Ortega 

Memories: Don't ever say you wish you were 
someone else, don't ever say you don't like 
the way you look, walk or think, just trust 
love & believe in yourself, always be yourself. 
Future: Train to be a dancer, actress & fashion 
designer: make it to the top. 




Chhoeun Man 




Jose J. Ortiz-Sanchez 

Entered from: Columbus HS. Even though 
people thought that I would not be able to 
make it because of my past, look what I have 
done now & where I am at. 




Ricky Mao 



Entered from: Robinson MS. Memories: Me 
& my buddy Seth busting the move on Spirit 
Week, performing w/Ratna, Welta, Erica, 
Jen & Amanda. Future: College, become a 
very successful engineer, get a girlfriend. 




Nycson Ou 




Seyha Maov 




Brijesh Patel 




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Paryashru Patel 




Jessica Robichaud 

Entered from: Robinson MS. Activities: ILC. 
Fare thee well, I love you more than words 
can tell. Memories: Physiology w/nuggets, 
AO, the Cool Kids! The many weird & 
interesting convos, CA KS PT SM love you 
guys! Imagine JL. Future: College become a 
Dental Hygienist. 



Chanroth Phal 



Sopheak Pheang 




Sharrah Ros 



Brian Rourke 

Memories: Wiffle Ball, The Y, Daley, dunes, 
MP, Fort Hill is weak, Brunos, Callery, 
Canada, C house crew, Elvis', Nato's, the 
tower, Temple St, we could have so much 
fun, Laos. Nobody likes a liar. 



Bovan Pot 




Lysandra Silva 




Marilyn Rivera 

Memories: Walking up the stairs to go to 
math & I fell; everybody saw me fall on my 
face. Future: Work in cosmetology. 




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Meth Sok 



Samrach Sok 

Entered from: Rogers MS. Activities: ILC, 
Chess Club. Math & Science Club, CAP AY. 
Memories: Playing football w/my boys, going 
through the good & bad times. The 
opportunity is there, take advantage of it. 
Future: Attend a four year college, achieve a 
degree in Computer Programming, live life 
to the fullest. 




Samnang Tep 



Soya Thang 



Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities: ILC, 
Science Club. Memories: Bringing video 
games to play w/other people on the last week 
of school instead of going to class, we would 
just play games for most of the day. Future: 
To become a computer programmer or maybe 
run a small business. 




Sophat Sorth 



Souksavanh Souriya 

Entered from: Daley MS. Nickname: Soukie. 
Activities: Volleyball, New Horizons. 
Memories: Chilling w/my boys Pheap, Dex, 
Shorty, Mao, Kao, Paul, Ra. Meing. Sam, 
Boo, Infamous Imports, kicking it at Polly's 
house down in Lex. hanging out w/my girl. If 
I can change back the hands of time, I'll fix all 
the pain and sorrow I caused you. Future: To 
become famous and have lots of money like 
Bill Gates. 



Steven Spaulcling 

Entered from: GLTHS. Memories: GL 
wrestling & the fellas, summer is better than 
many things, always remember Sopa. Lex. 
Cap. Wes, Lee. Future: Own a PT Cruiser. 




Olga Tolentino 

Entered from: Dominican Republic. 
Activities: Hispanic Club. Memories: All my 
buddies & teachers, don't forget me because 
I'll never forget you. Future: To be a 
Pediatrician; that is my dream. 



Manan Trivedi 



Sara Vega 




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Bruce Wyatt 



Sereyrorth Yi 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: ILC, 
Math & Science Club, ETS, New Horizons. 
The Spindle newspaper. Memoeries: Boston. 
New Years, BK house, UMass parking lot, 
the bathroom incident, the chase, Sara' s video 
store. Never dig a hole too deep. Future: 
Marry a handsome rich man & live off of him. 
I know my future is bright for sure. 



Matthew Zousoumas 

Entered from: Daley MS . Activities: Football, 
Wrestling, ETS. Memories: Drodkey, Canada, 
knights. Big L, 101, Danny's apartment, YES- 
A, Bruno's, Harvest, Stems & caps, Matty Cs 
house. Future: Police Officer. 



Rua Duong 







Sary Chea 

Entered from: Butler MS. Activities: ILC, 
New Horizons, ETS, Cambodian Club. 
Memories: Lynn, Palace, pool hall, summer 
fling. Chase Street you know what I mean 
Lyra, good luck seniors, Guys come & go but 
friend last forever, Aim High, Don't playa 
hate, playa participate. Future: Attend a 4 yr 
university, maintain a career in lay, become 
successful & enjoy it, marry someone w/ 
mucho dinero. 



Chanthavorn Khlok 

Entered from: Daley MS. Activities: Science 
Club, ILC, YRBK. Live today like there is no 
tomorrow, forget about yesterdays sorrow. 
Be happy, smile. Memories: meeting all my 
good friends in junior years. Thanks for all 
the good moments, you know who you are. 
Future: College, to become a doctor. 



Sokhoeut Krauch 

Entered from: Modesto HS. Activities: NHS, 
Science Club, ILC, Track, Volleyball. 
Nickname: Phaze. Memories: Definition of 
Cold: It is the absence of Phaze. Future: Live 
happily ever after. 




Jonathan C. Mitchell 

Entered from: Greater Lowell Vo 
Memories'. Raving is not a crime. If you 1< 
someone let them go, if they come b 
they're yours, if they don't then it was ne 
meant to be. Future: Body Artist, B< 
Piercer, Bartender. 



Chantavia Monagany Brown 

Activities: ROTC, Cadet of the Quarter, 
Element Leader Cord. Black Unity Club. 
Nickname: Chan, Spoiled, Kiyana's little 
sista. Memories: Shout outs to heads who 
kept it realy for all this time: my cousins ya'll 
know who you are ! To my girls CG KG S A 
SB & the rest of yall ! Definitely to them cats: 
STOP HATING! Especially to my little man: 
Never settle for second best cuz remember 
that me & you are always will be blessed! 
Finally to my queen, my mommy, I DID IT! 




Marilyn Mith 



Activities: ILC, Math Club. Memories: 
the whole 4 years at LHS, during lunch 
always go to the school library anc 
homework and chat with old & new trie 
Future: Become a graphic designe 
photographer. 



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Class of 2001 



Carmen Ortega 



Sok S. Proeung 

Entered from: Woonsocket HS. Activities: 
Science Club. Memories: Money! Power! To 
Dust to Dust! Achieve your goals but set your 
limits or lead yourself to your own grave. 
Future: Business Administration, major in 
Foreign Language. 




PERFECT BUDDIES 
In a cramped hallway at the Castleton, 
Tabitha Heberl, Jessica Silva & Nina 
Cardoso fill out the information for a 
buddy shot at the 1999 Harvest. 



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LUAU CELEBRATION 
Showing diversity through education, 
Kristin Hamilton, Kudzai Gomwe & Jane 
Odiah present fashions from Hawaii, 
Africa & Japan. 



SHY GUYS 

Patiently waiting to be asked to dance, 
Kevin LaFlamme & Dan Carney hide out 
in the corner during the Harvest. 

DOWN FOR THE COUNT 
Knocking John Kenney to the floor. Jack 
Menseng grabs his ankle during the dance 
ensemble finale. 





Edited by April O'Connor & Jessie Blanchard 



REMEMBER THIS 

Waiting to eat, Meghan Trudel & Maria 
Vakalidis search for an empty table to sit 
at for lunch. Things didn't change over 
the four years as lunch mods were always 
packed with kids. 

TOO MANY FRESHMAN" 
Making their way into the cafeteria filled 
with their other 1000 classmates, Phil 
Trudel & Steve Davidson look around for 
a familiar face. 



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POSITIONS PLEASE 

Assembling for the buddy shot, Matt 

Iwanicki watches over their friends sitting 

on the ground before he is placed into the 

pose. 



A HARVEST MOON 
Master David Moorehouse, Ernie & 
Headmaster William Samaras enjoy a 
night to see students have fun. 

LEADER OF THE PACK 
Determined to keep ahead of the other 
runners, senior Corey Cote races for 
the finish line. 



SOCCER BUDDIES 

Standing in front of her net, Sarah Staid hugs 
fellow senior Katherine Kennedy prior to a 
game. 

LASTING MEMORIES 
Flanking their favorite French teacher, Hugh 
Gannon, Darcie DeAngelo, Susan 
Gryszkiewicz & Kelly Fleming surround Mr. 
Boisjoly at the Senior Snowball. 





LOOKING TOWARD THE FUTURE 
Gathering information at the annual 
College Fair, seniors Jeff Howe & Shirley 
Antoine start their search for just the right 
college. 



HIDE YOUR HOUNDS 
In the spirit of Halloween, history teacher 
Anne Bien venue (aka Cruella DeVil) 
looks for her favorite Dalmatian. 




STRUT YOUR STUFF 

Performing on stage, dancers & singers make eye contact with the audience 

during their Signed, Sealed, Delivered number. 



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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT 

Shooting around, team members skate on the 

ice at the Tsongas Arena prior to a game. 



FULL CONTROL 

Looking to score, Tito Gravito advances the 

ball up the field for the soccer team. 




DECISIONS, DECISIONS 

Loading up on all the college info they can get their hands on. seniors Tha Yok 

& Linda Phonthasinh fill their bag with many educational opportunities. 



LEADERSHIP 

After completing her speech on leadership, senior Christine Mulligan lights a candle 
to symbolize leadership at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. 



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Class of 2001 



PIANO MAN 

Playing a song for his friend, Corey Smith 
serenades Liz Driscoll with one of her 
favorite tunes at the Harvest. 



STAYING ALIVE 

Busting a move, Mony Srey wowed the 
seniors & freshmen at the Lip Sync contest 
held during Sprit Week. 



THE SUN IS SO HOT 
Sporting her cool shades, Jessica 
Bellemare relaxes with Katie Dussault at 
the 2001 Spirit Week Hawaiian Dance. 




LENDING A HELPING HAND 
Lining up a part-time job, floral arranger 
James Thibodeau tags carnations. Over 
3600 carnations were bought & delivered 
for Valentine's Day 2001. 



EXTRAORDINARY ENTRANCE 
Anxious to start the night, Ra Un hands in 
her ticket as Eric Arvidson & Corey Smith 
wait patiently to enter the Harvest. 



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SENIOR SPIRIT 

Trying to beat the freshmen at the Clash & Dash Olympics, 

George Zaralidis, Sylvia Rocha & Katie Theodoras perform 

outrageous acts with the hula hoop that ensure the win for the 

seniors. 

PICKING UP THE PIECES 

Participating in their own spirit week activities, history teacher 
Jane Kiluk assists her students Peter Gran, Tabitha Hebert & 
Eric Knutson with a Big Apple puzzle. Utilizing teamwork skills 
students also learned various problem solving strategies in 
Psychology class. 




SUPER SUPPORTERS 

Participating or not, seniors show their support for the students 
working hard to get the win for Spirit Week activities. 



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A Senior Is. . . 

the person who departs for a football game two hours early & arrives after halftime 
with tremendous spirit— regardless of the score! 

the person who has attended LHS for four years & still can not sing a line of the school song. 

the person who really knows there is no better form of nourishment than an Arthur's Boot Mill. 

the person who thought downtown was really a class. 

the person who arrives in homeroom on time— once a month. 

the person who has Office Intern more than once a day. 

the person who has both Office Intern & Work Experience. 

the person who makes an appearance at the Harvest an hour late & leaves before 10 p.m. 

the person who recalls studying weeks in advance for a quarterly while studying for a 

final in the five minute break between classes. 

the person who joined every club existing to impress various colleges & missed every meeting held. 

the person who barely sent in college applications by the deadline & waits 
while cursing the mailman to deliver the replies. 

the person who has mastered a parent's signature. 

the person who takes the day out of school to get ready for the Prom & shows up an hour late. 

the person who leaves the garage more than once a day. 

the person who has spent more time at the local golf course than half the members. 

the person who has been praying for four years at LHS to finally come to an end & cries at 

graduation wondering where the time has gone. 



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Camera Shy 
Seniors 




Yuri Abdala 

Jesus Alicea 

Stephen Allen 

Jaime Almonte 

Lauren Baker 

Jorge Baquerizo 

Peter Boisvert 

Chere Brown 

Jarad Bryan 

Thoeun Bun 

Jose Caban 

Jessica Cabrera 

Shawn Cailler 

Catalina Callejas 

Journito Chan 

Kiman Chea 

Rosany Cheav 

Thon Chey 

Phanna Chhoeun 

Erineldo Chico 

Sophorn Chiv 

Carlos I. Collazo 

Carlos N. Collazo 

Ricky Correa 

Juan Cuartas 

Thien Dinh 

Kearith Dom 

Richard Douglas 

Sarachanda Ett 

Michael Gagnon 

Matthew Giplaye 

Christian Gonzalez 

Peter Gran 



Tito Gravito 

Cynthia Hand 

Isom Harris 

Rotha Hay 

Daniel Hehir 

Hoeun Heng 

Jeffrey Hernandez 

Sovanna Hun 

James Johnson 

Saroeun Keth 

Savoeun Keung 

Andy Khin 

Benzy Khin 

Buntha Kieng 

Jimmy Kim 

Ewelina Kolodziej 

Vichiteavy Kong 

Amoah Korang 

Chanla Koy 

Sokhoeut Krauch 

Amanda Lamphier 

Sambo Lay 

Steven Lee 

Brian Lindsay 

Sokhom Loyn 

Nathaphone Luangoudom 

Stephen Lussier 

Victor Mercado 

Sharon Montminy 

Krzysztof Moskal 

Daniel Murdien 

Linna On 
Sokhadarath Ouk 



Gaurav Patel 
Crystal Petterson 
Dora Phauk 
Jermaine Polk 
Mary Proctor 
Carlos Ramos 

Ra Rem 

John Reynolds 

Sophonny Riem 

Angel Rivera 

Tanaya Rivera 

Michael Robson 

Justin Rocheleau 

Gisette Santos 

Sabrina Santos 

Phaly Sar 
Samnang Sem 

Samai Sinn 

Chandeth Sok 

Vannoeurth Som 

Timothy Spinney 

Maly Thach 

Rem Than 

Sovann Ti 

Dara Van 

Sovern Vann 

Norendr Varath 

Dallas Veth 

Andrew Wentworth 

Christopher Wilson 

Marcus Wilson 

Jeffrey Wyman 



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Class of 2001 



ALL SECURE 

Having fun at the Harvest, the LHS 
security staff attends all the fancy dances. 
Whether walking around the building or 
dancing the night away, they always have 
fun with students. 



IT ALL ADDS UP 

Getting through Recordkeeping class, 
Suzanne Motard checks her work while 
being crowded by the computers. 




EVERYONE LEARNS AT SCHOOL 
Training continues for faculty as well as 
students as Leslie Hassan & Claudette 
Boisjoly work on email training. 

A GRAPHIC APPROACH 
Enjoying class time with friends, Sokha, 
Lisa, & Kram learn something new in 
Graphic Art class. 



With 10 minutes in homeroom, 48 minutes in class, students only have 
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BEHIND THE CAMERA - 

Filming as part of the Portable Studio class, Roderick 

Hutchison enjoys the sunshine of the Thanksgiving Day 

football game. Dismissed early from school, students earn 

credits toward graduation for various externships & work 

experience. 




Central Administration 110 



In Class 118 



Headmaster/Housemasters 112 



Faculty& Staff 122 



Around LHS 114 



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Mayor Eileen Donoghue 
Chair, Lowell School Committee 




Kevin J. McHugh 
Vice Chair 



Regina M. Faticanti 



Timothy F. Golden 




Connie Martin 



Joseph M. Mendonca 



John P. McQuaid 



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Central Administration 




CLASS OF 




Dr. Karla Brooks-Baehr 
Superintendent of Schools 




Dr. Helen Flanagan 

Deputy Superintendent 
Personnel 



Dr. Richard Rigling 

Retired Assistant Superintendent 
Finance & Operations 



Dr. Rosemary LeBlanc-Considine 
Assistant to the Superintendent 




Ted Rurak 

Acting Assistant Superintendent 
Curriculum & Instruction 



Sue Batton 

Assistant Superintendent 

Finance & Operations 

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Showing off the school, Mr. Samaras joins 
Superintendent Baehr at the annual ROTC Teacher 
Appreciation Luncheon. 




Serving as a host, Headmaster Samaras welcomes 
many dignitaries to LHS, including Governor Paul 
Cellucci. 




William J. Samaras 
Headmaster of Lowell High School 





Speaking with members of the Headmaster Advisory Panel, Mr. 
Samaras listens to informal round-table discussions. 



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Gerald LeBlanc 
A Housemaster 



Patricia Kealy 
C Housemaster 



David Conway 
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D Housemaster 




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You may think you have seen everything on campus, 
but there is always more to see. . . 

Out & Around 



BASEMENT, STREET SIDE 
Taking advantage of ETS services, seniors 
Rin Kong, Christy Panynouvong, 
Bunnavy Chak & Sarachanda Ett sit in 
the band room listening to people from 
UMASS Amherst. 

ON ARCAND DRIVE 
Getting ready for the 2001 Winter Fest, 
volunteers Suzanne Motard & Katherine 
Swenson give a helping hand during the 
school day. 




THOMAS CANE RESTAURANT 
Leaving their pots & pans unattended, 
Iron Chef Charlie Bosgio, Bryan Lebel, 
Jennifer McAllister & Ryan Obdens rest 
after a morning of preparing lunch items. 



PERIODICAL ROOM 

Browsing through a magazine, Michael 
Bums sets his textbooks aside for some 
easy reading. The library media center 
has over 100 magazines for student 
perusal. 



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CAFETERIA DUTY 
Working in the Thomas Murphy Cafeteria, 
ILC member Komal Patel puts a finishing 
touch on a carnation. The cafeteria played 
host for many events including sports 
nights, dances, meetings & dinners. 



A WINDOW VIEW 
After a fine meal, Elise Patterson, Emily 
Gilday & Kara Frechette enjoy their 
snacks. Also a highlight in the cafeteria 
was the Snack Bar & the 1826 School 
Store where students could buy treats! 









COMPUTER LAB, CANAL SIDE 
Excited to see the light of day, Bridget 
Byrne enters her newspaper room 142. 
The Review staff worked out of one of the 
many exiciting additions in the $40 million 
renovation that took place through 1997. 

BASEMENT, OLD BUILDING 
Instructors Mary Allan & Diane Allen 
explain to the cooking class what 
ingredient to put in next to make sure that 
the chicken tortellini soup taste its' best. 




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LIBRARY SQUAD 

Making the library accessible to all who 
enter, Mrs. Taupier, Brice Gallagher, Thu 
Tran, Mr. Toromoreno, Mrs. Kassin & 
Ms. McDonnell help students obtain 
valuable resources for projects & papers. 



CANAL SIDE, TROLLEY TRACKS 
Hearing the toot of the horn, Vanny Suy, 
Sophean Lim, Kristin Hamilton & Jessie 
Blanchard race to get near the National 
Historical Park Trolley that runs along 
side the new building. 



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Crowding in the bleachers, seniors 
squeeze in for a memorable pep rally 
prior to the Thankgiving Day game. 

COMPUTER USE 

Practicing hard to reach his goal as a song 
writer Coldan Tith reviews his book & 
makes sure he is playing the right notes. 




SECOND FLOOR, NEW BUILDING 
Making sure all their scholarship forms 
are complete, Dave Silva & Laura Hughes 
take one last look before handing 
applications over to Mr. Merrill. 




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A HELPING HAND 

Emptying recycle bins, Eric Foley & 

Vinthy Thach do their part to help keep 

LHS a clean, environmentally-friendly 

place. 




TANGO & CASH 

Having a great time at a cafeteria dance, 
Billy Faulkner & Corey Cote go shoulder 
to shoulder. 



UNDIVIDED ATTENTION 
Focusing on the snow she is carving, 
Maria Vakalidis makes sure there's no 
defect on her caterpillar for the Winter 
Fest. 



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Out & Around 



Taking advantage of the educational opportunities school 
has to offer, many seniors enjoyed being. . . 



IN CLASS 



SPORTS TALK LIVE 

Remote Studio students Jeff Howe, Kevin LaFlamme 
& Jared Adams broadcast the action live at a boys 
basketball game from the Riddick Fieldhouse to 
Channel 22 viewers. 




ALL EYES ON ME 

Senior Edwin Chindongo films spirit week activities 
for an Eye on Lowell High Segment. Edwin appears 
regularly on the daily morning show during 
homeroom period. 

COLLEGE BOUND 

Educational Talent Search members listen to an 
admissions representative from UMass-Amherst. 
Seniors scurried to complete applications to colleges 
by the holiday break, while others were lucky to get 
applications out at all. 




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HELPING HAND 

Receiving kudos from the Marine Corp 
representatives for their participation in Toys for 
Tots, Yelitza Estrata & Mike Jarvis accept certificates 
from Chief Jacques. 



TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS 

Focussing in on their classwork, seniors Tommy 

Conlin & Shannon Townsend complete the forms 

required in their Recordkeeping class. Both 

Recordkeeping & Accounting courses were 

scheduled in computer labs for access to Excel 

software. 




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PRECISION IS KEY 

Practicing their skills on the keyboard Sophat Sorth 
& Daylon Viega keep the music right to their ears 
with the use of headphones in Ms. Fitzpatrick's class. 



TIS THE SEASON 

Future artists Savun Chea, Peter Pang & Nick 
Insichienmay put final touches on trees while Suzie 
Motard looks on. The trees were auctioned for charity. 



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In Class 



A senior spends more time in class than on most other activities in their 

life... 85% of seniors hold a part-time job, 64% are involved in sports, 50% are 

involved in a school activity on a weekly basis... leaving little time for... 

School Work to be Done 



ALL SMILES 

Presenting information on Mutation & Pollution, students in 
Mrs. Ervia & Mr. Isidirio' s biology classes debate information 
they researched. 

THE THINKER 

Seniors Ryan Underwood & Russell Dyment spend some 

extra time on their studies in the Library Media Center. 




DAZED & CONFUSED 
Senior Eddie Kennedy sits back from the 
computer to take in the information from the 
internet. Eddie was researching the theory of 
monkeys starting the spread of AIDS. 



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HANGING IN THE HALLWAYS 

Taking a break from class, Helio Silva, Mara Ny, Eric Colon 

& Leticia Rivera enjoy their day with friends & teachers. 

THE RIGHT ANSWER 

Trying to earn extra points Wilson Rith & Matt Brousseau 
use the resources available to find answers to Mr. Powers' 
scavenger hunt. 




BUILDING KNOWLEDGE 

Engineering Fundamental students present bridges 

built with paper clips, tape & index cards. 




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In Class 



Faculty & Sta 



Thomas Abney 

Judy Airosus 

Mary Allan 

Diane Allen 

Kristen Andricoupolos-Gregorczyk 

Kathy Anderson 



Katherine Ansara 
Jacques Armand 
Colleen Asselin 
Judy Azarowski 
Thomas Baldino 
Manuel Batista 



Millouise Barrett 

Brigitte Beauchesne 

Damn Berard 

Ann Bienvenue 

Donna Blair 

Claudette Boisjoly 



Ronald Boisjoly 

Charles Bolianites 

Marie Vejar Borison 

Jim Borst 

William Boutselis 

Scott Boyle 



Cliff Bullock 

Thomas Button 

Suzanne Burgess 

Nelson Bums 

Dennis Canney 

Jennifer Carey 



Vera Castro 

Pam Chaisson 

Teri Champiny 

Joyce Chin 

Ronald Chiurri 

Brandon Clark 



Gretchen Clements 

James Clements 

Richard Coffey 

Jackie Cogswell 

Lorinda Collucci 

Phil Comeau 



David Conway 

Robert Conway 

Julie Copley 

Linda Cowan 

William Craigue 

Kathy Crockett 




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LIFELONG LEARNING 
Through professional 
development, teachers must 
enhance their knowledge 
continuously. In early 
September, faculty & staff 
members were given email 
training throughout the 
building. Joan Dunlavey 
introduces faculty to Microsoft 
Outlook, while Ric O'Brien 
listens intently. Focused on her 
screen, guidance counselors 
Kitsy Durkin & Sandra Martin 
work on their own to access 
pertinent information. The focus 
of the workshop was to enhance 
communication between 
administration & faculty 
members while cutting down on 
the paper distributed each week. 




John Croes 
Thomas Cronin 
Joanne Crow 
Mark Cullen 
Barry Daley 
Nancy Daly 



Brenda DeAngelis 
Enid DeCastro 
Patricia DelLlano 
Carolyn Demers 
Janet Dendy 
James DeProfio 



Ernie Descheneaux 
Mary Desmarais 
Andre Descoteaux 
Gerald Dillion 
William Doby 
William Donaghey 



Stephanie Donahue 
Daniel Donoghue 
Tara Donoghue 
William Dowling 
Joan Dunlavey 
Mary Ann Durand 



Kathleen Durkin 
Katie Durkin 
Mary Ann Dyson 
Krista Earley 
Wanda Ewing 
Matt Fenlon 



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Faculty & Staff 



Lynn Ferreira 

Shelia Fierimonte 

Yliana Figueroa 

Susan Fineman 

Patricia Fitzpatrick 

Cynthia Foye 



Paul Francoeur 

Sean Freely 

Maggie French 

Bill Furey 

Pat Gabriel 

Daniel Gaudette 



Carl Garside 

Patricia Gavin 

John Gendron 

Stephen Gervais 

Gail Gikis 

Joseph Golas 



Melvina Green 
Patricia Gruca 
Jane Guimond 
Khalida Hakam 
Shelia Hallissy 
David Ham 



Art Hamilton 

Alice Harrington 

Jen Hartigan 

Alice Haseltine 

Leslie Hassan 

Mary Hawkins 



Donald Hayes 

Mary Heckley 

Timothy Heitzman 

Joseph Henderson 

Charlene Hodge 

Barbra Hogan 



Roxane Howe 

Ellen Hruskoci 

Scott Hughes 

Nancy Humphrey 

Yael Hurwitz 

Sue Hutcheson 



Martha Iarrapino 

Kathleen Ilowiecki 

Wendy Jack 

Bobby Jacques 

Ervia Jaime 

Diane Jean 




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BONE MARROW DONORS 

Working with outside causes, Student Activities 
Director Susan Fineman helps out community 
programs when possible. On September 27, Mutsi 
Holliman from the National Leukemia Foundation 
spoke to seniors about blood donation in an effort to 
find bone marrow matches. Because of our ethnic 
diversity, LHS students are targeted for major 
campaign such as this. The blood screening was held 
in late October. 



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TEEN HEALTH CLINIC For over 15 years, the staff of the Teen Health Clinic, located in the 
basement of the Old Building, has been helping the students with various ailments. Staff 
members include Susan Laurent Dufrene-Medical Secretary, Sheryl Tattleman-Counselor, 
J^ Dr. David Holder-MD & Rita Olan-Nurse Practionef. 




Joanne Julien 
Gerald Jussuame 
Eileen Kane 
Song Kang 
Karen Kassin 
Patricia Kealy 



Robert Kealy 
Jim Kennedy 
Jane Kiluk 
Mary Ann Kulesa 
Jill LaBranche 
Jill Laganas 



Pat Laurent 
Rick Lawrenson 
Dara Lay 
Pasqua Leary 
Gerald LeBlanc 
Bunny Leclair 



Thomas Leonard 
Athena Letsou 
Helen Littlefield 
Sheila Loguidice 
Isidro Lorenzo 
Judy Maclnnis 



Jim MacLaughlan 
Philip Maia 
Phil Maher 
Mildred Maldonado 
Chanrithy Mam 
John Mamalis 



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Faculty & Staff 



Kenneth Martin 

Sandra Martin 

Anna Matos 

Pat Mayer 

Michael McCabe 

Paul McCarthy 



Shaun McCarty 

Kathy McDonnell 

Peter McEnaney 

Elaine McGeowan 

William McGowan 

Sandra McGrath 



James McGuirk 

Mary McLaughlin 

Elizabeth McSwiggin 

John Mellonakos 

Deborah Melius 

Lisa Menasian 



William Merrill 

Virginia Meyer 

Trudy Michel 

James Molloy 

John Moore 

David Moorehouse 



Rachel Morandi 

Miriam Morganstem 

Martha Moulton 

Maureen Mulryan 

Daniel Murphy 

Nancy Murphy 



Robert Murphy 

Barbara Nealon 

Walter Nelson 

Tina Nutter 

Linda O'Brien 

Richard O'Brien 



Denise O'Connor 

Jonalyn O'Connor 

Jacquelyn O'Hare 

Tim O'Keefe 

Richard O'Loughlin 

Maribeth O'Neil 



Louise Oczkowski 

Thy Oeur 

Anita Owenby 

Suzanne Olsen 

Barbara Outridge 

Jill Parker 




Faculty & Staff 



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Edward Parlee 
Denise Pelland 
Michael Pelton 
Dewey Perella 
Evelyn Peters 
James Peters 



Martha Picanso-Rzepala 
Margaret Pilat 
Margo Plotzke 
Peter Plourde 
Seng Prum 
Kylee Palmer 



Albert Rafla 
Lenny Rapone 
Krisanne Recupero 
Gail Rhodes 
Carolyn Richards 
Michelle Ritchotte 



Peter Rizos 
Barbara Roberts 
Anita Robitaille 
Robert Robitaille 
J. Stephen Ronan 
Francine Rondina 



Charles Ryan 
Joyce Samaras 
William Samaras 
Betty Santigati 
Vannorath Sarin 
Amy Semekis 



Evelyn Shadan 
Priscilla Sicard 
David Siegal 
Susan Silk 
John Silva 
David Slattery 



Brenda Sloane 
Erica Smith 
Pan So 
Jose Soares 
Michael Sokolowski 
Sheila Sousa 



George Stamas 
Paul Sullivan 
Nila Swenson 
Ann Taylor 
Jacqueline Taylor 
Elaine Theriault 



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Faculty & Staff 






Joe Travierso 

Paula Trudel 

Donna Truscott 



Sue Turgeon 

Sue Vachon 

Manny Vagos 



Paul Vigeant 

Sherrie Vlahakis 

Marina Vyrros 



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Maria Underwood 

Rithy Uong 

Catherine Walsh 




Emily White 

Ann Wilk 

Katherine Wilson 



£W- Jeanne Winn-Makem 

*J Anne Woodward 

£J Linda Worden 

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Leslie Yauckoes 
Caroline Yunta 







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Ham Samaras, Headmaster 

David Moorehouse, Master 
■aid LeBlanc, HSM-A 

Maura Ammendolia, HSM-B 
ricia Kealy, HSM-C 
ne Ronan, HSM-D . 
.'id Conway, HSM-E 
son Burns, ALT School Dit- 
her Nelson, Athletic Dir 

Fineman, Student Act Dir 
■olyn Richards, Test/Assess 
wel Bauman, Guid Dir 
ine Theriault, DH-Biling 
vard Parlee, DH-Bus 

Wendy Jack, DH-Eng 
'en Kane, DH-Fam Life 
; Santagati, DH-Fine Arts 
scilla Sicard, DH-For Lang 
hard Coffey, DH-Math 
•tries Ryan, DH-Phys Ed 
tes Kennedy, DH-Science 
■ol Davis, DH-Soc Stud 
rma Audy, DH-Spec Ed 
da Barranco, Biling 
ihy Crockett, Biling 
n Croes, Biling 
ithia Foye, Biling 
Ivina Green, Biling 
ia Jaime, Biling 
'a Lay, Biling 
'ro Lorenzo, Biling 
i Matos, Biling 
dam Morgenstern, Biling 
Irbara Nealon, Biling 
r Northrup, Biling 
ce Samaras, Biling 
tor Santana, Biling 
mda Shane, Biling 
I Taylor, Biling 
rina Vyrros, Biling 
'oline Yunta, Biling 
nane Howe, Business 
•rtha Iarrapino, Business 
ime Jean, Business 

I LaBranche, Business 
nn Mamalis, Business 
'ihael McCabe, Business 
acy Murphy, Business 
ida O'Brien, Business 

II Swenson, Business 
\queline Taylor, Business 

I Weir, Business 
nne Ferriera, Business-ALT 

y Azarowski, Clerk 
nna Blair, Clerk 
hhelle Callahan, Clerk 
mda DeAngelis, Clerk 
ilila Fierimonte, Clerk 

i Gavin, Clerk 
II Green, Clerk 
fy Geoffroy, Clerk 
mrlene Hodge, Clerk 

•bara Outridge, Clerk 
wise Pare, Clerk 
iv Semekis, Clerk 

•ila Sousa, Clerk 

\ Theokas, Clerk 
Duling, Comp Repair 
mces Boss, Comp Teach 

n Dunlavey, Comp Teach 



Pat Gruca, Comp Teach 
Anita Robitaille, Comp Teach 
Jeanne Winn/Makem, Comp Teach 
Beverly Coughlin, Crisis Int 
Paul Sullivan, Crisis Int 
Paul Mann, Data Proc 
Brigitte Beauchesne, Eng 
Darrin Berard, Eng 
Dennis Canney, Eng 
Jackie Cogswell, Eng 
Ernest Descheneaux, Eng 
William Dowling, Eng 
Paul Francoeur, Eng 
Carol Gelman, Eng 
Paul Georges, Eng 
Jane Guimond, Eng 
Sheila Hallissy, Eng 
Leslie Hassan, Eng 
Erin Hruskoci, Eng 
Robert Kealy, Eng 
Suzanne Keefe, Eng 
Helen Littlefield, Eng 
James MacLaughlan, Eng 
Brian McDonough, Eng 
Carol McDonough, Eng 
Peter McEnaney, Eng 
Jim McGuirk, Eng 
Krista Meuse, Eng 
Daniel Murphy, Eng 
Jonalyn O'Connor, Eng 
Maribeth O'Neil, Eng 
Martha Rzepala, Eng 
Susan Silk, Eng 
Michael Sokolowski, Eng 
Barbara Sullivan, Eng 
Elizabeth Todzia, Eng 
Catherine Walsh, Eng 
Donna Kanaracus, Eng 
James Neary, Eng-ALT 
Mary F. Allan, Fam Life 
Diane Allen, Fam Life 
Alice Haseltine, Fam Life 
Mary Hawkins, Fam Life 
Joanne Julien, Fam Life 
Gerald Jussaume, Fam Life 
Pat Laurent, Fam Life 
Sandra McGrath, Fam Life 
Thomas Baldino, Fam Life 
George Rouses, Fam Life 
Marg Mitchell, Fam Life 
Moira McCarthy, Fine Arts 
Lorrinda Colucci, Fine Arts 
Patricia DelLlano, Fine Arts 
Patricia Gabriel, Fine Arts 
Daniel Gaudette, Fine Arts 
Katherine llowiecki. Fine Arts 
Jacquelyn 'Hare, Fine Arts 
Gail Rhodes, Fine Arts 
Brandon Clark, Fine Arts 
Andre Descoteaux, Fine Arts 
Pat Fitzpatrick, Fine Arts 
Charles Prestia, Fine Arts 
Daniel Donoghue, Fine Arts 
Claudette Boisjoly, For Lang 
Ron Boisjoly, For Lang 
Suzanne Burgess, For Lang 
Vera Castro, For Lang 
William Donaghey, For Lang 
Kathleen Durkin, For Lang 
Mary Ann Dyson, For Lang 



Steve Gervais, For Lang 
Song Kang, For Lang 
Mary Ann Kulesa, For Lang 
Judy Maclnnis, For Lang 
Phil Maia, For Lang 
Mildred Maldonado, For Lang 
Deborah Melius, For Lang 
Rachel Morandi, For Lang 
Anita Owenby, For Lang 
Seng Prum, For Lang 
Albert Rafla, For Lang 
Michelle Ritchotte, For Lang 
Dr. Peter Rizos, For Lang 
Erica Smith, For Lang 
Pan So, For Lang 
Maria Vejar-Borison, For Lang 
Dr. Gerald Dillon, Guid 
Kitsy Durkin, Guid 
Yliana Figueroa, Guid 
Nancy Humphrey, Guid 
Pasqua Leary, Guid 
Sandra Martin, Guid 
William Merrill, Guid 
Vannorath Sarin, Guid 
John Silva, Guid 
Jose Soares, Guid 
Rithy Uong, Guid 
Sherrie Vlahakis, Guid 
Mary Payne, Healthy Life Skills 
Joseph Golas In-House 
Enid DeCastro, Liaison 
Chanrithy Mam, Liaison 
Barbara Hogan, Liaison 
Millouise Barrett, Library 
Katherine McDonnell, Libra/y 
Henry Toromoreno, Library 
Karen Kassin, Library 
Pat Taupier, Library 
JeffCapone, LCPY 
Maria Cunha, LCPY 
Jodi Ahern, Math 
Boyd Bertrand, Math 
Charles Bolianites, Math 
James Clements, Math 
Robert Conway, Math 
Thomas Cronin, Math 
George Cunha, Math 
Mary Ann Durand, Math 
Krista Earley, Math 
Mark Hauser, Math 
Sue Hutcheson, Math 
Michael Jacobs, Math 
Jill Laganas, Math 
Mark Leahey, Math 
, Ron Martin, Math 
Maty Ellen McCabe, Math 
Elaine McGeown, Math 
William McGowan, Math 
Elizabeth McSwiggin, Math 
Virginia Meyer, Math 
James Molloy, Math 
Maureen Mulryan, Math 
Thy Oeur, Math 
Lauren Pelland, Math 
Dewey Perrella, Math 
Evelyn Peters, Math . 
Krisanne Recupero, Math 
Robert Robitaille, Math 
David Siegel, Math 
Donna Truscott, Math 



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Paul Vigeant, Math 
Ann Wilk, Math 
Peter Plourde, Math 
Nancy Daly, Math 
Ken McAveeney, Network Mgr 
Colleen Asselin, Nurse 
Linda Cowan, Nurse 
Mary McLaughlin, Nurse 
Joanne Crow, Phys Ed 
Gail Gikas, Phys Ed 
Shaun McCarty, Phys Ed 
Louise Oczkowski, Phys Ed 
Tim O' Keefe, Phys Ed 
Sue Olsen, Phys Ed 
Margo Plotzke, Phys Ed 
David Slattery, Phys Ed 
Joe Travierso, Phys Ed 
Manny Vagos, Phys Ed 
Cliff Bullock, Phys Ed 
Janet Dendy, Phys Ed 
James DeProfw, Phys Ed 
Tim Heitzman, Phys Ed 
Paul McCarthy, Phys Ed 
John Mellonakos, Phys Ed 
Denise O 'Connor, Phys Ed 
Kevin Dunham, Phys Ed 
Maxine Weinstein, Psych 
Major Wanda Ewing, ROTC 
Sgt. Joseph Henderson, ROTC 
Chief Robert Jacques, ROTC 
Kristen Andricopoulos, Science 
Bruce Blaschke, Science 
Marcelle Bocko, Science 
William Boutselis, Science 
Tricia Cavignano, Science 
Teri Champigny, Science 
Ronald Chiurri, Science 
Gretchen Clements, Science 
William Craigue, Science 
Barry Daley, Science- 
Kathleen Dillon, Science 
Michael Earle, Science 
Carl Garside, Science 
Dr. Khalida Hakam, Science 
David Ham, Science 
Maty Heckley, Science 
Scott Hughes, Science 
Athena Letsou, Science 
Sheila Logiudice, Science 
Van Luong, Science 
Phil Maher, Science 
Eileen Montbleau, Science 
Roger Morneau, Science 
Robert Murphy, Science 
Tom Powers, Science 
Hyacinth Prentice, Science 
George Stomas, Science 
James Sullivan, Science 
Emily White, Science 
Kathryn Wilson, Science 
Dr. Anne Woodward, Science 
Kylee Simao, Science-ALT 
Yael Hurwitz-Lang, SCORE 
Francine Rondina, SCORE 
Tom Abney, Security 
Scott Boyle, Security 
Pam Chaission, Security 
Maty Demarais, Security 
Willie Doby, Security 
Billy Hoey, Security 



Faculty & Staff 



Sue Vachon, Security 
Danielle Logan, Security 
Katherine Ansara, Soc Stud 
Ann Bienvenue, Soc Stud 
James Borst, Soc Stud 
Jennifer Carey, Soc Stud 
Philip Comeau, Soc Stud 
Roberta Cook, Soc Stud 
Michael Crowe, Soc Stud 
Mark Cullen, Soc Stud 
Michael DeVincenzi, Soc Stud 
Stephanie Donahue, Soc Stud 
Tara Donoghue, Soc Stud 
Donald Hayes, Soc Stud 
Jane Kiluk, Soc Stud 
Tom Leonard, Soc Stud 
Kenneth Martin, Soc Stud 
James McCabe, Soc Stud 
Lisa Menasian, Soc Stud 
John Moore, Soc Stud 
Richard O 'Brien, Soc Stud 
Richard O 'Loughlin, Soc Stud 
Jill Parker, Soc Stud 
James Peters, Soc Stud 
Margaret Pilat, Soc Stud 
Barbara Roberts, Soc Stud 
Sue Turgeon, Soc Stud 
Leslie Yauckoes, Soc Stud 
Jennifer Hartigan, Soc Stud 
Margaret Ferrick, Social Wrkr 
Manuel Batista, Social Wrkr 
Judy Aims us, Spec Ed 
Jacques Armand, Spec Ed 
Xenia Baez, Spec Ed 
Pat Bigley, Spec Ed 
Paul Brochu, Spec Ed 
Tom Button, Spec Ed 
Carolyn Demers, Spec Ed 
Sean Freeley, Spec Ed 
Scott Gray, Spec Ed 
Arthur Hamilton, Spec Ed 
Christine Jussaume, Spec Ed 
Kathleen Labreque, Spec Ed 
Rick Lawrenson, Spec Ed 
Jennifer MacLean, Spec Ed 
Robert McCarthy, Spec Ed 
Trudy Michel, Spec Ed 
Tina Nutter, Spec Ed 
Leonard Rapone, Spec Ed 
Mylene Rodriguez, Spec Ed 
Tom Shanley, Spec Ed 
Jillian Warner, Spec Ed 
Kathy Whitby, Spec Ed 
Linda Worden, Spec Ed 
Donna Woodward, Spec Ed 
Lorraine Marchand, Spec Ed 
Judy Birch, Spec Ed 
Joe Tuccolo, Spec Ed 
Traci Weinstein, Spec Ed 
Dorothy Louise, Spec Ed 
Pat Mayer, Spec Ed 
Martha Moulton, Spec Ed 
Nick Diamantopoulos, Spec Ed 
Elaine Mandelin, Spec Ed 
Dana French, Spec Ed 
Mike Pelton, Stud Serv 
Mary Jo Adie, TV Studio 
Jon Rzepala, TV Studio 
Nick Valcanas, TV Studio 



The reason teaching has to go on is that children are not born human; 

they are made so— Jacques Barzun 

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FAREWELL TO ARMS 
In the Memorial Garden, Headmaster 
William Samaras presents the American 
flag to Sargeant Joseph Henderson in 
recongition of his years of service to the 
students of Lowell. Joined by his wife, 
Henderson received the flag hung on 
Veteran's Day. 



SUMMER SOJOURN 

Over the summer, Claudette & Ron 

Boisjoly relax during their annual trek 

overseas. On this stop, the chaperones 

enjoyed a quiet evening in Montecatini, 

Italy. 




SURFING THE NET 

Surfing in the Library Media Center, 

teacher Martha Iarrapino shows Senate 

President Tom Birmingham & 

Headmaster Samaras the way students 

have internet access right at their 

fingertips. 



Faculty & Staff 



WAITING THEIR TURN 
Scrambling for the last of the stuffed 
chicken, history teacher James Borst 
enjoys the fine cuisine prepared by the 
students of the Culinary Arts Program. 




STOP THE NICOTINE CRAZE 
To raise smoking awareness and its' 
dangers to people, healthy life skills 
advocate Mary Payne pins one of 1500 
Smoke Free pins on a knowledgable 
student. The pins were distributed for the 
Great American Smokeout Day in the 
cafeteria. 

ROUND TABLE ACTIVITIES 
During a Headmaster's afternoon 
meeting, teachers discuss various issues 
on how to deal with problems in the 
classroom. Afternoon meetings also 
included guest speakers from throughout 
the law enforcement community. 



BIG NIGHT AHEAD 
Dining over a feast of food, Donald Hayes, 
Virginia Meyer & Gretchen Clements 
work their way through dinner in 
preparation for Parent Open House Night, 
November 21. 

PIECE OF CAKE 

Slicing a piece of Thank You Faculty 
cake, Janet Dendy follows the buffet line 
to the table of desserts. The cake was 
prepared by the student staff of the Kane 
Courtyard Restaurant. 



Edited by April O'Connor & Tammy Sweeney 



Faculty & Staff 



MEETIN ON TIME 
Student Government members George 
Zaralidis,Will Ngeth, Brian Kassin, Indira 
Nsiah, Christina Bates, Sylvia Rocha & 
Jaisauna Thompson make plans for 
upcoming events & activities. 



COOKING OUT 

Welcoming teachers back to school, 
ROTC members Kathryn Mulligan, 
Christine Mulligan & Thyda Sok serve 
cole slaw, beans and potatoe salad to 
compliment the burgers & dogs. 




MAJOR MAILING 

Taking a glimpse at the 2000 Spindle 

supplement,Tammy Sweeney stuffs 

envelopes for an October delivery 

deadline. 

■ LEADING THE WAY 
Attending a training session, Peer Leaders 
Sue Gryszkiewicz & Ashley Fairbank 
enjoy the day out of school for the 
workshop. As part of many club & 
activities students participate in out of 
school workshops, field trips and parties. 



Students get involved in various activities after school hours, and it only takes a 
bit of effort and... 






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JOURNALISTS NEEDED • 

Members of The Review staff including Bridget Byrne, 
Stephanie Maniscalco, Danielle Bergeron & Dave 
Moloney advertise for writers & photographers for the 
new & improved school newspaper. Students produced 
four editions throughout the year, thanks to the assistance 
of first-year Adviser Darrin Berard. 




Yearbook 134 

Student Government 136 

NHS 140 

DECA 142 

ROTC 144 

Mock Trial 145 



Band/Colorguard 146 

SCORE /Peer Leadership 148 

Rainbow Connection 150 

Dance Ensemble 152 

Choral Arts 153 

ILC 154 



Ethnic Clubs 156 

Science Club 160 

Math Club 161 

Chess Club 162 

Gaming Club 163 



Edited by Danica Colby 



Club Divider 



TIME FLIES 

Checking out the sundial between the 
buildings, staffers assemble to look the 
other way. Deadlines may have been 
stressful, but these workers had their share 
of fun & laughter to lighten the work load. 

WORKING TOGETHER 
Preparing a mass mailing, Billy Faulkner 
gets assistance from James Shaughnessy 
& Russell Dyment. Russell quickly 
learned that putting a yearbook together 
wasn't as easy as it appeared to be, he 
switched out of the class. 




JETTING THE JOB DONE 
Confident in her work, Amanda Potter 
flies through a list of captions. Amanda 
was a good go-to person when in dire 
straits trying to come up with just the 
right words to make a caption sound better. 



STRESSED OUT 

In a more serene moment, Advisor Jill 
LaBranche waits patiently for captions to 
come pouring in to her desk. Around 
deadline time, students were cautious to 
approach the advisor for fear of her wrath. 




OOOHHH OOONNNEEE 
Trying out some different set up, members 
of the Yearbook Journalism class get 
premium seating for the gym photo. 
Amanda Potter's biggest question of the 
year, Where's Waldo? 



The Spindle 2001 



ITRESSED OUT 

r iguring out captions, Emily Gilday 
i Sousavanh Philakhong view 
lictures and make captions for the 
rack spread. 



A TEAM EFFORT 

Looking on, Chanthavorn Khlok listens 
to an explanation on the ladder from 
classmate Sambath Bo. 




■ Deadlines waited for 
H no one, as students in 
H Yearbook Journalism 
H realized it required. . . 

Time to Get 
Things Done 

Beginning the first day of school, members of the Mod 
12/13 Yearbook Journalism course were in for a rocky 
road. Understanding the concept of deadline, Ms. 
LaBranche stressed the importance of copy writing, 
editing & picture selection. Staffers were able to 
select the spreads they were interested in working & 
others got roped into doing more than they planned. 
All in all, students had fun & made the most of the 
experience. As James Shaughnessy stated, "I thought 
Iwouldbe walking around school getting information; 
it required a lot more effort & input than that. " 




COMPUTER USAGE 
Creating layouts on the computer, 
Samath Soy gives advice to Sophean 
Lim & Vanny Suy for selecting just 
the right mix of photos & captions. 
Staffers used PageMaker and Yeartech 
software to create the 2001 Spindle. 



WORKING TOGETHER 
Getting things done takes teamwork, 
as Jessie Blanchard, Kristin Hamilton, 
April O'Connor, Carrie Rondeau & 
Tammy Sweeney find out the easy 
way. Having someone to bounce ideas 
off of made coming to class fun. 



Edited by Mod 12/13 Yearbook Journalism Class 



The Spindle 2001 



THE GIVING SPIRIT 

In full Santa attire, George Zaralidis 

huddles with Jaisuana Thompson, 

Vanessa Bogosian & Leakhena Levin 

before heading off to the Murkland 

School. 

ARE THEY. . .COMING OR GOING 
Headed to a workshop, Student 
Council members show their school 
pride with fancy t-shirts at the MASC 
conference at the Hyannis Port Hotel 
on the Cape. 




Governing Bodies 




School Committee Student Advisory Panel 

Meeting with members of the Lowell School Committee & Central Administration staff (Students L- 
R) George Zaralidis. Lauren Faust. Brian Kassin, Amanda Potter, Bunthorn Horn. Christina Bates & 
Catherine Callery gather throughout the year on Wednesday evenings with (L-R) Superintendent Karla 
Brook Baehr, Administrator Ted Rurak. Committee Member Joe Mendonca, Administrator Rosemary 
Considine & Committee Member Connie Martin to discuss high school policies. 




Working to make school fun & exciting. President Christina Bates, Vice President George Zaralidis, 
Secretary Mariama Willie-Bonglo. Treasurer Brian Kassin & Public Relations Manager Amanda Potter 
schedule in events such as the Penny Drive to the Blood Drive to the Food Drive to the Toys for Tots 
program. Under the guidance of Mrs. Susan Fineman, different activities were planned each month for 
participation by each and every member of the student body. Officers were voted in by returning 
members of the Student Council. 




Reasons why being 

involved with 

Student Council 

is worth it! 



MASC Summer Camp 

Attending the MASC Camp was an 
experience I will never forget. 

George Zaralidis 

Toys for Tots 

An event that the Student Council is 
proud to be involved with. 

Christina Bates 

Charity Work 

Community work really makes me 
feel good about myself. 

Josh Petropoulos 



Leadership Workshops 

Brown squirrels. 

Leakhena Levin 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Happy to be voted into office, President Vanessa Bogosian. Vice President Vannary Sok. Secretary Rin 
Kong & Treasurer Dan Carney honor their duty, Officers are responsible for deciding on a Class Gi ft lo 
be given at graduation. They also serve as a key member to Senior Week activities planning. 



Student Government 



Edited by Sambath Bo 



Organizing the Activities for the Student Body to Enjoy 
Members of Student Council... 

Get the Job Done 




MANY SIDES OF STU CO 

Working through skits for the 
North Region Student Council, 
Leakeana Levin states "I'm a 
Cracker Jack too!" Advertising 
the events scheduled, members 
make lively posters to be hung 
throughout the buildings. 
Evaluating application for 
officers, councillors look for good 
qualifications. Dressed up and 
ready to dance, Leakhena Levin 
& George Zaralidis fluff their boa. 
With good cheer, Santa gets ready 
to sit with the student from the 
Murkland School. Student 
Council handles the responsibility 
of setting up the many charitable 
events including the Annual 
Hunger & Homeless Driv 




Teamwork takes at least two, Indira 
Nketiah & Sha'leya Bowers. 



Ready for another one, Mary Kate 
Fitzgibbon wraps up gifts. 

Edited by Sambath Bo 



Dancing to the music, Brandon Beraier 
vogues with others. 

Student Government 



GOT ANY SPARE CHANGE 

Preparing boxes for the Pennies for Patients Collection, seniors Katie Theodoras & Sylvia Rocha fold collection 

boxes to be set up in homerooms. Some members of StuCo went beyond the call of duty and carried boxes around to 

raise both funds & awareness throughout the student body. 




CAUGHT IN THE ACT 

Selecting new members proves to be a challenge for existing council members as 
they review application from prospective candidates. The selection process required 
the applicant to submit an essay as well as a description of themself. 



SUMMER TIME FUN 

Attending the summer NEMASC conference on the cape, Colleen Dowling, 
Leakhena Levin, Jaisauna Thompson & George Zaralidis learn the concept of 
teamwork and effort at various workshops held throughout the week. 



Student Government 



A Little Extra Time 



SEEING THE STATE 

Attending the MASC Conference in Hyannis, (Front L-R) George Zaralidis, Leakhena Levin, Brian Bergeron, Jaisauna 
Thompson (Back L-R) Mariama Willie-Bonglo, Ashlen Hines, Colleen Dowling, Seema Patel, Indire Nketiah, Nicole Mahr, 
Christina Bates & Liz Smith represent the StuCo for a fun-filled three days. 




S3PECIAL DELIVERY 
^Surprising the Murkland School 
children with bags full of wrapped 
:;ifts, Santa & his helpers arrive on the 
ticene. 



BOXING IT UP 

Concentrating on her task, senior Amanda 
Potter folds a Pennies Box, while Josh 
Petropolous finishes his. StuCo collected 
Pennies for Patients of leukemia in March. 



Edited by Amanda Potter & Sambath Bo 



Student Government 



SERVICE TO THE CLUB 

Voted by their peers, Treasurer Michael 
Burns, Secretary Nicole Rodger, President 
George Zaralidis, VP-Membership Ravy 
Phoun, VP-Fundraising Darcie DeAngelo 
& Co-Secretary Nicole Rodger serve as 
officers. 



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WORDS OF WISDOM 
Educating the audience, Nehemias 
Sandoval talks about the service 
component. Student members are required 
to complete 20 hours throughout the 
school year. 




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LIGHTING THE TORCH 

After speaking about Scholarship, Susan 
Gryszkiewicz lights the candle indicating 
one of the four cornerstone qualities for 
NHS membership. 



A MEMORABLE MOMENT Acknowledging the crowd, teacher Ron Boisjoly shows his appreciation to the 
National Honor Society, on behalf of he & his wife Claudette, for the lifetime achievement award given to them for 
their years of service to the students of Lowell High. Mrs. Boisjoly has taught in Lowell for 37 years & plans to retire in 
September 2001. 



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Serving as a foundation for future successes... 

Service, Scholarship, Leadership & Character 

describe the typical NHS student 





(CONGRATULATIONS 
RReceiving congratulatons from 
iHeadmaster William Samaras, Kara 
FFrechette accepts her Certificate of NHS 
.^Membership. All two year members 
rreceived certificates while first year 
ranembers got pins & carnations. 



Class of 2001 

Adler Augustin 
Christina Bates** 
Lauren Beausoleil 
Danielle Bergeron 
Vanessa Bogosian** 
Thomas Boyle 
Jonathan Broe** 
Michael Burns** 
Pichetrathanak Chin 
Sokhom Chun** 
Nicole Clay** 
Eileen Cohn** 
Ashley Cote** 
Darcie DeAngelo** 
Nhem Dem** 
Ni Uyen Dinh 
Shannon Doyle 
Elizabeth Driscoll** 
Kelly Fleming** 
Kara Frechette** 
Heather Gagnon** 
Hugh Gannon** 
Candice Gendron** 
■ Alison Geoffroy** 



Emily Gilday** 
Susan Gryszkiewicz** 
Thu Hoang 
Jennifer Hogue** 
Bunthorn Horn 
Laura Hughes** 
Vannoroth 1mm** 
Lescane Kao** 
Sarah Katler** 
Samson Kay** 
Edward Kennedy** 
Katherine Kennedy** 
Hoary Kien** 
Melissa King** 
Amoah Korang 
Sokhoeut Krauch** 
Anh Le** 
Keith Littlefield** 
Elizabeth Logan** 
Marrodyne Mam 
Anne Mangan** 
Stephanie Maniscalco* 
Sean McKenna** 
Christine Mulligan** 
Paul Neak 



Indira Nketiah** 
Komal Patel** 
Sothea Phaen** 
Ravy Phoun** 
Nicole Rodger** 
Michael Ryan** 
Leanne Sandberg** 
Nehemias Sandoval** 
Joseph Sargent** . 
Jessica Silva** 
Samneang Sin** 
Ladda Singvilay** 
Corey Smith** 
Jonathan Stacy** 
Sarah Staid** 
Kaitlyn Sturtevant** 
Duyen Tran 
Meghan Trudel ** 
Suzanne Turgeon** 
Ra Un** 
Samnang Uth** 
Sharen Wheatley** 
Jeffrey Wyman 
George Zaralidis** 
**Inducted 12/1999 



Edited by Mike Kandrotas 



A Little Extra Time 



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know how to really rock & show there is. . . 

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NARCON 2000 

Traveling to Boston, junior & senoir 
members participate in Leadership 
workshops at the 2000 NARCON 
Conference host by Mass DECA. Held in 
November, NARCON attracts schools 
from as far north as Toronto & as far 
south as West Virginia. 



HEADING TO STATES 
Overjoyed to move to the next step in the 
competition, Kim Long happily shows 
off her Certificate of Achievement in the 
Retail Marketing Series Event. 




USING YOUR SKILLS 
Changing & exchanging, Vannary 
Sok proves that with a little smile you 
can score a sale with most of the 
Patriots' fans. Students hawked in the 
stands of games to raise funds. 



DECA CHAPTER OFFICERS 
Treasurer Soben Buth, President Jessica 
Desharnais, Vice President Julie Demaree, 
Class Rep Kortnie Frye, Secretary Bridget 
Byrne, Class Rep Vannary Sok, Treasurer 
Sota Phongsavanh, Class Rep Nehemias 
Sandoval, Reporter Samath Soy. 



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PUCKER UP FOR THE PORK-A 

Lips puckered & eyes tightly closed, advisor John Mamalis smooches the cute little 
piggie. DECA students contributed enough money for Mr. Mamalis to win Third Place 
at the state competition fundraiser. 




National Career Development Conference 
April 24-29, Anaheim, CA 

Catherine Sutton 

Entrepreneurship Written Event 

Kortnie Frye 

Leadership Academy 

State Career Development Conference 
March 10-13, Marlborough, MA 

Stephanie Ballos, Elisha Bartlett, Bridget Byrne 

Public Relations Project Finalist 

Danielle Bergeron & Katie Roger 

Public Relations Project Finalist 

Katie Copley, Julie Demaree, Jessica Desharnias 

Public Relations Project 

Wendy Boudsady & Kortnie Frye 

Creative Marketing Project 

Genessis delLlano, Kudsai Gomwe, Indira Nketiah 

Creative Marketing Project 

Kim Foote 

Entepreneurship Participating Event 

Samath Soy 

Entrepreneurship Written Event Finalist 

Catherine Sutton 

Entrepreneurship Written Event First Place 

Kim Long 

Retail Marketing Series Event 

Sarah DeSousa & Nehemias Sandoval & Ra Un 

International Marketing Project Finalist 

Kait Sturtevant & Sharen Wheatley 
Financial Management Team Decision 

Linda Lunn & Makara Van 

Financial Management Team Decision 

Vannary Sok, Jimmy Tran, Ratana Vong 

Retail Marketing Research 

Dyani Durham & Sonia Figueroa 

Retail Marketing Research 

Anthony DaCunha & Daniel MacRae 

General Marketing Research Project 

Joseph Glaude & George Kretikos 

Advertising Campaign 
Evan Iliopoulos & Ryan McCarthy 
Sports Management Team Decision 

Shaun Sweeny & Coldan Tith 
Tourism Management Team Decision 

District VI Competition Results 
February 4, Danvers, MA 

Ra Un, Ana Guterriez 

Apparel & Accounting 

Julia Cline, Kevin Jusczak 

Food Marketing 

Alex Ste. Marie 

Quick Serve Resturant Finalist 

James Sylvester 

Quick Ser\<e Resturant 

Stacey Herbert & Amy Hawkins 

Hospitality Management 

Kim Long 

Retail Marketing Finalist 

Sarah DeSousa & Nehemias Sandoval 

Travel Tourism Management 

Kait Sturtevant & Sharen Wheatley 

Financial Management Second Place 

Linda Lunn & Makara Van 

Financial Management Finalist 

Evan Iliopoulos & Ryan McCarthy 

Sports Management Finalist 

Shaun Sweeny & Coldan Tith 

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ON TRIAL Listening intently to the defendants, prosecutor Nicole Clay scribbles notes for 
her cross examination as Sean Linnehan looks on. SNOW COLD Doing their part of 
community service, cadets Silvia das Chagas & Nhung Phan, Major Wanda Ewing & cadet 
Allison Mood work on the Winter Fest caterpillar that lined Arcand Drive in February. 
SENIOR LEADERS JrROTC staff includes (Front L-R) Lescane Kao, Magda Andino. 
Yovalerie Ortiz, Jen Hogue, Jessica Mello (Back L-R) Ivan Maldonado, Bunthorn Hun, 
Mike Jarvis, Phil Corbeil & Reatry Chhoun. STARS & STRIPES Carefully unrolling the 
flag, select members proudly display the colors for the school-wide pep rally. 




To instill in 
high school cadets: 

Values of Citizenship 

Service to the 
United States 

Personal Responsibility 

Sense of Accomplishment 




DISPLAYING THE COLORS 
Standing at attention, Color Guard members 
(R-L) Magda Andino, Dustin Hodge, Tola 
Sok, Liz Rendon & Jimmy Tran show off the 
American flag, the Air Force flag, and the 
City of Lowell colors. 



MOCK TRIAL TEAM (Front L-R) Jamie O'Hearn, Chanthy Chun, Nicole Clay, 
Heather Makrez (Back L-R) Tahina Montoya, Aislyn Plath, Jake Foley, Ola Edo 
Orjiako, Jonathan Murphy, Peter Cavanaugh, Brian Bergeron, Jonathan Latessa, 
Adam Donohue, Sean Linnehan, Andrew Smulligan, Lasauna Pokeman, Mercy 
Saigbah, MIndi Aquino, Brent LaPointe, Emily Lalime, Jaisauna Thompson 



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Taking the Law 

into 
Our Own Hands 




THE VERDICT IS IN 

Mock Trial members compete throughout the winter against 3 other 
schools in their respective district. Working on behalf of their peers 
were Ola-Edo Orjiako, Publicity; Mercy Saigbah, Secretary; Nicole 
Clay. President; Heather Makrez, Vice President; Mindi Aquino, 
Fundraising; Adam Donohue, Treasurer. 




ABOVE THE LAW 

Serving the students in Mock Trial, seniors Nicole Clay & Mindi 
Aquino work with Advisor Roxane Howe & Legal Advisors Attorneys' . 
Mr. & Mrs. Talty. 

ON GUARD 

Saluting the guests, Andrew Renault & members of the Saber Guard 
prepare for the Veteran's Day salute to our veterans of the military 
faculty & staff and guests of the school & city. 




Edited by Emily Gilday 



Mock Trial 



PERFORMING FOR THE CROWDS 
Baton Twiller Lauren Rock handles 
fire gracefully during a half time show. 
Holding each other tight, Assistant 
Drum Major Maly Thach grabs a hold 
of Drum Major Danica Colby after a 
successful field show. Bandos perform 
selections at the holiday concert, their 
first concert of the year. 




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A Little Exrta Time 




Running into position, Janet Annis 
stops to catch her breath. Squeezing 
tight, members crowd the bleachers. 



On stage, concert band listens to Mr. 
Clark. Banging the drum, Nelly Toro 
concentrates on her Tympani. 





One Band 



The Holiday Concert featured A Winter Wonderland with plenty of songs & tons of holiday cheer. 
The band performed The Pinocle, Let There Be Peace on Earth, Swing Those Bells & Winter Fantasy. In 

traditional style, Sleigh Ride was performed as the encore. 




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Getting assistance from Kevin Leal & Alex 
Pichardo, Mike Tucker, MattBelanger & Luis 
Mendes wow the audience with their bold 
musical performance. 



Color Guard members added flair to the 
half-time show. Members included Mike 
Winward, Meghan McCarthy, Denise 
DeAngelis, Amanda Goguen, Lauren 
Rock, Katie Brodeur, Tammy Smith, 
Krista Katsirebas & Eric Foley. 




SAXOPHONE SOUNDS 
Performing an aria duet, Brian McCullock 
& Danica Colby add spirit to the season at 
the holiday concert. 

BAND COMMITTEE 

(Front L-R) Uniform Manager Steven Lee, 
Publicity Manager Rachel Allen, Color Guard 
Co-Captain Lauren Rock, Library Manager 
Janet Annis (Back L-R) Drum Major Danica 
Colby, Band Manager Brian McCullock, Drum 
Line Captain Mike Tucker, Equipment Manager 
Matthew Tremblay, Assistant Drum Major Maly 
Thach (Missing Library Manager Kimberly 
Trimpop, Color Guard Co-Captain Krista 
Katseribas 



Edited by Danica Colby 



Band/Color Guard 



Trained to help solve problems between students, 
peer mediators know... Every thing is confidential! 



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Student Conflict Resolution Experts 



RUMBLING TUMMIES 
Waiting patiently for lunch, Jose Pagan, 
Melissa Tirado, Sean Thellen, Jaisauna 
Thompson & Bunthorn Horn crowd 
comfortably on the couch in the 
Doubletree Hotel. 



SUPER SUPERVISORS 
Preparing to deal with newly selected 
mediators, coordinators Elizabeth Sheehy , 
Yael Hurwitz & Francine Rondina discuss 
the agenda for the day. 




FILLED TO THE BRIM 
After a day of advanced mediator training, 
seniors Brian Kassin & Carrie Rondeau 
relax while at their annual luncheon. 

OUR LAST YEAR 

Seniors Sarah DeSousa, Jessie Blanchard, 
Leakhena Levin, Matt Brousseau, Sean 
Thellen & Carrie Rondeau help other 
people with their conflicts & try to keep 
peace within our school building. 




SCORE Mediation 



Selected youths provide the community with positive role models. 



Peer Leadership 





SERVICE WITH A SMILE 

Carolling throughout the city. Peer Leaders Amanda Potter & 

Melinda Edwards rest their vocal chords from the frigid air. 

TWO HEADS ARE BETTER 

Taking a break from their presentations on Sexual Harrassment, 
Ashley Fairbank & Tricia Ryan discuss their plan of action for 
the next workshop. 



GATHERING TOGETHER 
Discussing plans for activities, the Peer Leadership 
crew gets together each Wednesday to establish their 
events for the future to promote community service. 




Edited by April O'Connor & Carrie Rondeau 



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LUNCHABLES 

Taking a break from the GLSEN 

conference, Karen Shields, Tobi Cutler, 

Cat Craig, Sarah Katler, Nicole Chascin 

& Ryan Fiske build an empire for all to 

enjoy. 

WORLD AIDS DAY 
In memory of millions who have passed 
before us, Jerome Eno, Amanda Kilbride 
& Kat Merrill deck the halls with red 
bows & ribbons on December 1 . 



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AT A GLANCE 
Admiring the work of 
GSA members, 

Amanda Kilbride 
pauses in thought. 

Working together, 
Vice President Kat 
Merrill, President 
Sarah Katler & 
Treasurer Tobi Cutler 
share duties of the club. 

Splitting the goods, 
Tobi Cutler, Cat Craig 
& Jerome Eno swap 
pops. 

CLEAR THE FLOOR 
Relaxing in Boston, 
GSA members join 
cast members from 
The Theatre Offensive. 



GSA Rainbow Connection 




A Little Extra Time 




Edited by Kat Merrill & Tha Yok 



TEAM HARMONY 
Members of the GSA, along with 
student representatives, traveled 
to the Fleet Center for a day of 
diversity on December 4. 



GSA Rainbow Connection 



DANCE TROUPE 

Under the direction of Gail Rhodes, 
students in dance classes & members of 
the Dance Ensemble get together after 
their performance. 



HITTING THE HIGH NOTES 
Serving as a backdrop for the NHS 
Induction Ceremony, Acapella Choir 
singers harmonize for the National 
Anthem. 




WHAT UP 

Coming back out for the curtain call, John 
Kenney waits for applause from his fans 
in the audience. John performed at the 
Winter Dance Concert. 

MUSIC IN MOTION 
Besides performing at various high school 
events, members of The Spindles take 
their show on the road to various 
establishments. At the Shepherd Hill 
Competition the group took home a Silver 
Medal. Practicing their steps, students 
will travel to Bermuda over April vacation. 



Dance Ensemble/Performing Arts 




Performing 



Crowds 



WEIGHING IN 

Performing at the annual Winter Show, 
Anou Lovan & Ravith Ot express their 
fun during Night Fever. Show Choir 
members danced to a Bee Gee favorite. 





JUST ONE EVENING 

In dramatic style, members of the Drama Club present their rendition of One-Act 
Comedies. Performing for the evening were (Front L-R) Jeff Boley, Eric Foley, Kate 
Bisantz, Krista Katsirebas, Jerome Eno, Shelagh Cunningham (Back L-R) Sheila Wilkey, 
Airline Inthyrath, Alexandra Horelik, Cat Craig & Sarah Katler. 



Edited by George Zaralidis 



Dance Ensemble/Performing Arts 



Around the Globe. . All Over the World 

Members of the International Language Club learn about various cultures & traditions 



What did you like about the ILC, what are your favorite memories ? 



Meeting new people & 
learning new things from 

different cultures. My 
fondest memory about the 
ILC is when my friend & I 

attended all the pizza 
parties. 



Sophary Kem 




iNICE & COLD 

Finding a way to cool down the ILC 

members, Silvia Rocha scoops ice cream 

to students at the first meeting of the year, 

otherwise known as the annual Sundae 

Party. 

DINNER TOGETHER 
Listening to ILC Officers explain the 
various holiday traditions, ILC members 
snack on various food items as they 
celebrate the holiday dinner. 



/ liked missing classes to 

go on field trips & 

learning about different 

cultures around the world. 



Thein Dinh 



Learning new stuff & 

experiencing new cultures. 

My favorite memory was 

during the holiday party 

when they crowned a king. 

People ate cake to see if 

there was 

anything in the cake. 



Aim Sok 



/ liked learning new thing 
about different cultures & 
religions. I especially liked 
meeting new people trying 
cool new foods. 



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A Little Extra Time 



BLOOMING FLOWERS 
Celebrating the Day of the Dead, flower 
makers stay informed on Hispanic 
cultures & traditions. 



ALL YOU CAN EAT 
Lining the buffet table, ILC members 
pick from various treats including taco 
dip, rice & chicken teriyaki. 



ENJOYING THE SUN 
Spending time in France & Italy, Jessica 
Desharnais, Elisha Bartlett, Darcy 
Williams, Ashley Abcunas & Danielle 
Garneau get ready to tour the Vatican 
City. Thru their foreign language classes, 
students had the opportunity to take part 
in the trip overseas. 




SNOWY WEATHER 
Keeping warm'in frosty Canada, seniors 
Christine Tanguay, Popy Papageorgiou, 
Angela Plante & Stephanie Darrigo stand 
underneath the falling snow. ILC members 
traveled up north of the Winter Carnival. 



Edited by Yoeun Loeum & Chanthavorn Khlok 



International Language Club 




Celebrating Our Ethnicity 



The Southeast 

Asian Club 

celebrates 

different 

events from 

Asian 

heritage. 



Hispanic Club 

members 

celebrate the 

different Latin 

events. 



Black Unity Club 

members 
celebrate many 

African activities 
including Black 
History Month 

during February. 



Ethnicity Clubs 





ORGANIZING ACTIVITIES 

Southeast Asian Club members get material together 

for a presentation to the entire membership. 

WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID ' 

Trying to get away from, Mr. Powers flinches away 
as quickly as possible. The Indian Club did not have 
an advisor & therefore did not conduct meetings. Mr. 
Powers had been the advisor previously. 




PREPARING FOR PRESENTATIONS 
Getting ready for Black History Month, members of 
the Black Unity Club meet to discuss plans. Advisor 
Tim Heintzman chaperoned trips to local middle 
schools during the month of February as part of club 
activities. 

LISTEN TO INSTRUCTIONS 
As advisor to the Southeast Asian Club, advisor 
Chanvon Mom explains upcoming activities to the 
general membership population. 



Edited by Sophean Lim 



Ethnicity Clubs 



COLLEGE FAIR FORMS 

Taking their time through the rows of 

tables, Priti Patel joins her friends in 

finding just the right match for her future 

plans. 




HAND CRAMPS 

Looking forward to college, Chris Wilson 

& Marcus Wilson fill in identification 

cards. 



TOGETHER AFTER SCHOOL 
Getting together with friends, students 
spend quality time at after-school 
meetings. 



Ethnicity Clubs 



DINNER ANYONE 
Enjoying a buffet meal, members of the 
ILC eat various ethnic foods supplied by 
its' membership. 

DAY OF THE DEAD 

Celebrating the mexican culture, Komal 

Patel displays the dead, or in this case, a 

skeleton. 




FRESHMAN FACES 

Friends freshman year, Jackie Serrano. Chantavia Brown & Kudzai Gomwe 

spend time in the cafeteria prior to the first bell. 



COLLEGE CHANCES 
Listening to UMass Amherst 
representatives, students listened to the 
■minority opportunities available to them. 



Edited by Sophean Lim 



Ethnicity Clubs 



IN CHARGE 

Advising the Science Club/League. Tina 
Letsou leads President Sam Kay, VP 
Vannary Sok, Secretary Komal Patel. 
member Ni Dinh. Treasurer Eric Foley. & 
League Co-Captain Sean McKenna. 

HELD TRIPS 

Enjoying field trips to the Science 
Museum, member Kim Song evaluates a 
botany experiment. 




PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED 
Determining the weight of pennies, Gil 
Andre looks on as Science League Co- 
Captain James Thibodeau tries his luck at 
the experiment. 

SCIENCE BOWL 

Taking a second place finish, Sean 
Thibodeau, Greg Ouellette, Lena 
Mendonca & Amoah Korang help Lowell 
keep their finish position. 



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Science & Math Club/League 



FIRST PLACE FINISH 
Showing off her First Place Science Fair 
project, sophomore Ashley Nolet displays 
Perceptions of Optical Illusions for all to 
see in the library. 





Math League 
Participants 

Seniors 

Komal Patel 
Quojing Wo 
Samnang Sin 
Duyen Tran 
Patel Peryashry 

Math League 
Opponents 

Andover 

Austin Prep 

Haverhill 

North Andover 

St. John 's Prep 

Tewksbury 




SNACKS FOR SUCCESS 

Enjoying a slice of pizza, Mike Burns 

exits a Science League event. 

BEHAVIOR LAB 

Getting their hands dirty, Science Club 
members sweep through dust to discover 
how easily it moves. 




MATH LEAGUE MEET 
Preparing to go into the test, Rommanen 
Srunn, Komal Patel, Laura Delp, Mike 
Burns, Tuan Thai & Michael Nelligenue 
hope to get the necessary 30 points to 
place in the top three positions. 



2001 Science 
Fair Results 

First Place 

Ashley Nolet 

Susceptibility to Optical 

Illusions 

Second Place 

Elizabeth Green 
Is it safe to breathe at 
Lowell High School? 

Third Place 

Kerry Murphy 
Bacterial Content of Milk 

Fourth Place 

Roseda Rith 
Cryogenics & Battery Life 

Fifth Place 

Kathleen Mulligan 

Hot Snacks: The 

Flammability of Potato 

Chips 




Edited by Sousavanh Philakhong & Emily Gilday 



Science & Math Club/League 



Spending an afternoon & making the right moves count when. 

Playing a Game of Skill 



MAKE YOUR MOVE 

Senior president Jonny Phommachack 

watches his opponent plot his next 

decision. 



READY TO PLAY 

Moving along, junior Rommanen 

Srunn continues to dominate the chess 

board. 




IT ALL FUN AND GAMES 

Magic Card Club members Ed Sawtelle. Shaun Mahini, Keith Sorota, Shaunee 
DeAngelis, Rich Douglas & Nathan Geer get together in the cafe almost everyday 
to play against each other. 



WATCHING QUEITLY 
Enjoying the match from the sidelines, advisor Jim Clements looks ove 
Sophoern Chheak & Mike Nelligan. Anyone interested in chess were invited t< 
Thursday afternoon matches in Room 533 to learn, watch or play. 



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Gaming/Chess Club 



A Little Extra Time 



THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE MOVING 
Chess club members Tuan Thai & Rommanen 
Srunn study the board in this intense game of 
skill. 



IN CHARGE 

All smiles, Sophoern Chheak believes he is in 
total control of the board & his opponent, 
Mike Nelligan. 

ANOTHER DEAL 

Making his next move, Richard Douglas picks 
up his card before Nathan Geer can get to his 
next move. 




HESS ANYONE 

i hess Club members Pagna Kong & Sophorn try to recruit some underclassmen 
n the club. 



NO PEEKING 

Sitting around the table with friends, Jonathan Barry, Rich Douglas & Nathan Geer 

spend their afternoon playing magic in the cafeteria. 



Edited by James Shaughnessy & Keith Sorota 



Gaming/Chess Club 



CLEARING THE BAR 

Easing his way over, James Johnson looks 

to clear his obstacle and heads for the mat 

below. 



TO THE BASKET 
Senior guard Chris Wilson eyes the 
basket in preparation for his shot. Chris 
provided an added bonus off the bench 
for the basketball team. 




ON THE SIDELINES 
Not every participant needs to be a player 
as Chanta Vieng paces the sidelines of 
many sporting events. 



HERCULES, HERCULES 
Lifting weights may not be a recognized 
varsity sport at LHS, but for Khemrin 
Eng, Jimmy Chantanasinh, Keith 
Littlefield, Peakday Sok, Mr. DeVincenzi, 
Jose Rodriguez, Noeun Kim and Gary 
every day after school made a difference. 



Faster, higher & stronger, Red Raider athletes worked to be the best in the 
Merrimack Valley Conference... 



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GIRLS GONE WILD 
With their hair up and makeup off, senior 
teammates crowd together before the 
game. Over 300 students crowded Shed 
i Park Upper Field to watch the traditional 
Powder Puff game. 




Athletic Staff 166 

Cross Country 168 

Field Hockey 170 

Football 172 

Boys Soccer 176 

Girls Soccer 178 



Girls Volleyball 180 

Crew 182 

Golf 183 

Swimming 184 

Cheerleading 186 

Girls Basketball 188 



Boys Basketball 190 

Ice Hockey 192 

Indoor Track 194 

Wrestling 196 

Skiing 198 

Gymnastics 199 



Edited by Sophean Lim 



Sports Divider 



EYE ON THE ACTION 

Taking their place courtside, Kent Scates, 

Jill LaBranche, Bobby Theriault & Mike 

McCabe keep track of the action on the 

court. Bobby was one of many workers 

Chuckie B. enticed to work at sporting 

events. 



THERAFIT KEEPING YOU FIT 
On the sideline of all events, head trainer 
Kent Scates gets assistance from Laurie 
Bukala throughout the seasons for LHS 
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STRETCHING IT OUT 
Working on the sidelines, trainer Kent 
Scates braces Jeff Ross in a knee pull for 
his quadricep muscle. 



BEHIND THE SCENES 

Whether they were issuing equipment or 

collecting money, Chuck Bolianites & 

Gail Green smile for every Red Raider 

effort. 



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Good Sportsmanship Takes. . . 

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ATTITUDE 




AT THE HELM 

Speaking to members of the video 

production crew, Athletic Director Walter 

Nelson provides advice to the 

commentators. Mr. Nelson outfitted 

several teams with new uniforms and 

equipment. 

BLUSTERY COLD NIGHTS 
Collecting money and watching the gates, 
Michelle Callahan, Jill LaBranche, Chuck 
Bolianites, Gail Green & Denise Pare 
support many of the athletic teams. Mary 
Geoffroy joined the athletic department 
during the year as secretary. ' 



Athletic Staff 



IN FULL STRIDE 
Running ahead of sophomore Kerr 
Gallagher, senior captain Sousavan | 
Philakhong continues her pace throug 
the 2.9 mile course. Both Sousavanh <| 
Kerry were named MVC All-Stars. 



LEADERS OF THE PACK 
Finishing their final season of Cross 
Country, Mike Bums, Phil Corbeil, Joe 
Sargent, John DeAngelis, Steve Davidson 
& Ryan McCarthy look to dominate the 
field in the MVC. 

Capturing second place in the MVC, the 
Lowell boys placed -second at the Eastern 
MA Division 1 Championship, beating 
out rival Chelmsford by more than 40 
points. Running at the All-State 
Championship, Lowell placed 8 of 16. 




Run Fast, Run Furious 





Scoreboard 




Us Them 


Lawrence 


19 39 


Andover 


48 15 


NDA 


33 22 


Billerica 


23 32 


Tewksbury 


44 15 


Dracut 


24 31 


Chelmsford 


50 15 


Central 


25 32 


Methuen 


30 25 


Haverhill 


38 23 


Record 4 - 6 


Cross Country wins are determined by 


the lower 


score. 




VARSITY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY (Front L-R) Paula Chhoy, Nancy Stronach, 
Sousavanh Philakhong, Sarah Kirane, Kerry Gallagher (Back L-R) Robin Beausoleil, 
Kerri Colameta, Kelly LaPlante, Stephanie Cheung, Rachel Mendes (Missing from 
photo Coach MaryBeth Donnelly) Finishing strong for the season, the girls team 
took Third in the MVC & placed 12 of 27 teams at the All-State Class A 
Championship held in Boston. 



Scoreboard 





Us Them 


Lawrence 


18 


43 


Andover 


22 


35 


N.Middlesex 


18 


43 


Billerica 


26 


30 


Tewksbury 


23 


36 


Dracut 


15 


50 


Chelmsford 


29 


28 


Central 


22 


35 


Methuen 


22 


35 


Haverhill 


23 


35 


Record 9 - 1 




Cross Country wins are determined by 


the tower 


score. 






VARSITY BOYS CROSS COUNTRY (Front L-R) Ryan McCarthy, Mike Burns, 
Phil Corbeil, Joe Sargent, John DeAngelis, Steve Davidson (Middle L-R) Ethan 
Brown, Ben Downing, Andrew Smulligan, Dan Sargent, Bobby Whitney, Sorin 
Zavagnin, Jason DaCunha, Jason Beausoleil, Roy Hawes (Back X-R) Steve 
Crowley, Jeff Meehan, Patrick Morasse, Eddie Cuipa, Tim Nichols, Adam 
DeAngelis, Andrew Downey, Brian Daly, Chris Gonsalves, Coach Phil Maia 

(Missing from photo Mike Witts) 




ALMOST THERE 

Striding to the finish line, captain Joe 
Sargent runs to increase the Lowell lead. 
Joe received the FLHS Coaches Award at 
the annual Fall Sports Award Night. 



Cross Country 



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STRETCHING IT OUT 

Getting ready for his run, Pat Morasse 
gets a helping hand from Coach Maia 
during the warm up. Pat & Chris 
Gonsalves were named to the MVC All- 
Conference team. 

SIDE BY SIDE 

Making their way through the Haverhill 
course, John DeAngelis & Andrew 
Smulligan inch their way past each other 
for the second loop around. Each race 
varies in length, the Haverhill course saw 
times of 20 minutes or more. 





MOVING UP IN THE PACK 
Leading the team into the trails, Sarah 
Kirane & Kerri Colameta race to catch 
the Haverhill runner. Girls & boys races 
are run at separate times so as not to 
crowd the narrow trails. Sarah received 
the FLHS Coaches Award. 




IN THE LEAD 

Just behind the first Haverhill runner, 

Nancy Stronach finishes strong. Nancy 

was selected for the MVC All-Star team 

and qualifed for the All-State meet. Nancy 

was named the FLHS Most Valuable 

Runner. 

CROWDED FIELD OF RUNNERS 
Leading the way for the Red Raiders, Pat 
Morasse completed a dynamite run to 
enhance the boys' win record. At the 
Eastern MA Division 1 Championship, 
Pat finished 7 in a field of over 100 



Cross Country 



Making Improvements 
Field Hockey Rocks 



The 2000 LHS Field Hockey team 
had a successful season making 
their mark in the MVC. Lowell 
had an overall record of 12-3-3, 
giving them a birth in their first 
tournment game. Lowell played a 
tough Newton North team. Both 
teams battled throughout the game 
and Lowell came up on the losing 
end in front of their many 
supportive fans. Nicole Rodger 



was a force, playing midfielder, 
she was named to the MVC All 
Conference Team. Another key 
player was Jenn Florence who 
played phenominal each and every 
game. Lily Silva was the star 
player of the team and she 
deserved it. Lily set numerous 
records such as most goals in a 
season for any LHS player and 
was the league scoring champion. 




SENSATIONAL SENIORS 
Finishing their fourth varsity season, Katie 
Rogers, Lysandra Silva, Kelly Fleming, 
Nicole Rodger, lenn Florence, Kara 
Frechette, Laura Hughes, Liz Driscoll & 
Anna Levin wore the Red & Grey proudly. 



EYE ON THE BALL 

Cracking the ball up the field, forward 

Lily Silva goes for the net while Kelly 

Fleming keeps pace with her. Lily was for 

the third year in a row as a Lowell Sun 

All-Star. 




TIMEOUT 

Explaining a strategy on the 
field, Coach Lisa Kattar 
garners the attention of 
Stephanie Michalczyk & 
Ellen McLeod. 





Us 


Them 


Tyngsboro 
Haverhill 


1 
6 






Methuen 


1 


3 


Gr. Lowell 


6 





Tewksbury 
Chelmsford 


1 
1 


1 

4 


Dracut 


5 





Lawrence 


4 


1 


N. Middlesex 


2 


1 


Andover 


2 





Tyngsboro 
Haverhill 


3 
5 






Methuen 


1 


2 


Tewksbury 
Chelmsford 




2 




2 


. Dracut 


3 





Lawrence 


1 





Andover 


1 





Newton North 


2 


4 


Field Hockey 








VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY (Front L-R) Jenn Florence, Lysandra Silva, Katie 
Rogers, Nicole Rodger (Middle L-R) Nicole Betty, Stephanie Michalczyk, Kara 
Martin, Heather Ryan, Ellen McLeod, Laura Hughes, Liz Driscoll (Back L-R) Coach 
Lisa Kattar, Mindy Gervais, Anna Levin, Maura Sullivan, Laurie Tanguay, Misty 
Gervais, Kara Frechette, Alyssa Sargent, Kelly Fleming, Katie Shaughnessy, Holly 
^Underwood, Christina Zgonis. 



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FACE OFF 

With the ball firmly planted, Kelly 

Fleming gets ready to hit for a penalty 

shot. 





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LEANING IN 

Running down the ball, Liz Driscoll 
reaches for a tough shot. The ball in field 
hockey is made of a heavy plastic material 
weighing approximately 12 ounces. 





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KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL 
Dribbling through the Haverhill defense, 
senior captain Lily Silva drives for a goal. 
Lily added Best of 60 Senior Players in 
the New England area to her many acco- 
lades. 

KEEPING COOL 

Senior Captain Nicole Rodger quenches 
her thirst during a timeout. Nicole was 
named to the MVC All-Conference Team. 



Edited by Mike Kandrotas 



DETERMINED 

Doing her best, Jenn Florence keeps the 
ball in Lowell's offensive zone. Jenn, a 
captain, was named an MVC All-Star and 
was ranked second on the team for goals 
scored at 8. 



Field Hockey 




RED 19, RED 19, SET GO 

Awaiting the call, Garrett Trombly centers 
the offense and checks out the defenses' 
set up. 




2000 VARSITY TEAM (First Row L- 

R) Derek Ciesla, Matt Zousoumas, Jeff 

Ross, Victor Foh (Second L-R) Jordan 

Goor, Mike Kandrotas, Tom Boyle, 

Paul Lanoue, Mike Lenzi, Chris Cenik, 

Peter Gran, David Silva, Mike Orr, 

Soben Buth (Third L-R) Peter 

Romanosky, Mark Ronan, James 

Capua, Chris Voutselas, James 

Shaughnessy, Billy Florence, Bobby 

Theriault, John Dolan, Edwin 

Chindongo, (Fourth L-R) Brian Ivestor, 

Mike Harris, Dennis Ryan, Mike 

Nyder, Nick Haamoutis, John Fuller, 

Joe Glaud, Andy Laattanasack (Fifth L- 

R) Pat Donovan, Paul McNeil, Joel 

Bartlett, Matt Trainor, Garrett Trombly, 

John Crocker, Steve Trombly, Wilfredo 

Cameron (Sixth L-R) Peter Finnegan, 

Corey Glaude, XXX, Andy Perez, Luis 

Nieves, Mike Black, Pat Sheehan, 

James Kelleher (Seventh L-R) John 

Patterson, Ryan Burns, Marcus Wilson, 

Larry Wilson, Chris Wilson, Ed Davis, 

Justin Robinson (Eighth L-R) Kenny 

Welch, Dave Provencher, Pat Mullen, 

Pat Draper, Sean Callery, Mike 

Gudewich, Ben Boulanger (Ninth L-R) 

Assistant Coaches Jon Mohoney, Ed 

Durandy, Chris Green, Head Coach 

Scott Boyle 



LEADING THE WAY 
Four years of hard work earned captain 
honors for Peter Gran, David Silva, Chris 
Cenik & Mike Lenzi. 

SENIOR MUSCLE 

Ending their high school career for the 
Red & Grey were (First L-R) Tom Boyle, 
Matt Zousoumas, Chris Wilson, Mike 
Kandrotas, Edwin Chindongo (Second 
L-R) Jordan Goor, Derek Cieslia, Mike 
Lenzi, John Crocker, Chris Cenik, James 
Shaughnessy, David Silva, Garrett 
Trombly, Peter Gran, James Capua, Paul 
Lanoue & Marcus Wilson. 




Football 




READY TO ATTACK 
Awaiting the snap, Peter Gran (66), 
David Silva (9) & John Crocker (56) 
look to stop the Tewksbury offense. 



Janas Award 

Outstanding Offensive Lineman 

Peter Gran 
Mills Award 

Outstanding Defensive Lineman 

John Crocker 
Kouloheras Award 

Outstanding Offensive Player 

Christopher Cenik 
Liston Award 

Outstanding Defensive Player 

David Silva 

12th Player Award 

James Capua 

Riddick Award 

Outstanding Scholar/Athlete 

Thomas Boyle 
Sportsmanship Award 

Edwin Chindongo 
Most Valuable Player 

Christoper Cenik 
FLHS Most Improved 

Michael Lenzi 
FLHS Sportsmanship 

Garrett Trombly 
FLHS Coaches Award 

James Shaughnessy 

FLHS Most Valuable 

Christopher Cenik 




Us Them 

N Middlesex 28 7 



Nashua 

Central 

Dracut 

Billerica 

Tewksbury 

Chelmsford 

Methuen 

Andover 

Duxbury 

Haverhill 



7 

7 
14 
34 


20 
34 

7 
22 





13 

28 
7 
35 
42 
21 
14 
14 
20 
3 



MVC RECORD 

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Edited by James Shaughnessy 



Football 




READY TO PLAY 
Under the lights, the Red Raiders fire 
out of the locker room before a home 
game at Cawley Stadium. Lowell 
played host to Haverhill for the 3rd 
Annual Thanksgiving Day game. 



AROUND THE CORNER 
Bouncing off a tackle, running back Matt 
Zousoumas avoids a defender and cuts it 
up field. 





SENDING IT DOWNFIELD 

Punting the ball away, senior Jimmy Shaughnessy boots one out of Lowell territory 
during a play against conference opponent Tewksbury. Jimmy received honorable 
mention for the MVC All Star selections. 



STUFFED AT THE LINE 

Stopping the run, Lowell's defense works together to push the pile back into their 
own territory. Lowell had a tough season due to two close losses to MVC rivals 
Chelmsford & Billerica. 



Football 



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ALL BUSINESS 

Senior captain Peter Gran paces the sideline before the start of the 
second half of play. Peter was one of several players who participated 
in the summer camp at the cape. 

A LOOK OF DETERMINATION 

Listening intently to his coaches, Jordan Goor gets instructions 
before reentering the game. Jordan started on the defensive side of 
the ball and gave a tremendous effort throughout the season. 




launches a pass after 
escaping defenders. 
Chris was selected 
for the MVC All-Star 
first team honors. 



Football 



MAKING THE SAVE 
Arms outstretched & eyes focused on the 
FANCY FOOTWORK ball, goalie Bobby Pontes keeps the ball 

Dribbling the ball up midfield, Manuel out of the net. Bobby was named to the 
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Facing Down the Challenges 



A LEG UP 



What an amazing season these 
guys have had! The boys soccer 
team swept through the MVC 
falling short of the League 
Championship in a nail biter 
against Central Catholic. This 
final regular season matchup 
culminated a 7 game winning 
streak that brought the Red 
Raiders from the bottom of the 
MVC rankings to the title fight. 
Although the loss had an affect on 
the players, the team conditioned 



for their true test, the Division 1 
Championship games. Shooting 
it out in the quarterfinal round 
over Somerville (3-2), Lowell 
went against Framingham to 
squeak to a 1-0 shutout. Meeting 
Cambridge in their final game, 
Lowell lost 1-0 but proved to 
themselves that teamwork & effort 
make for a winning year! 
Congratulations on a successful 
season 14-4-3! 

Boys Soccer 




ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALU 

Uniting on the field at half time.] 
members huddle to boost team unity .1 



Prime Time Live 




PEP TALK 

Stressing the importance of working 
together Coach Manny Batista captures 
the attention of team captain Frank 
Moscato. Frank was named to the MVC 
All Conference team & FLHS Most 
Valuable Player. 




OUT OF SIGHT OUT OF MIND 
Maintaining possession, junior Kenny 
Pigeon shows he can manuever the ball 
while keeping his cool with an Andover 
midfielder on his heels. Ken received 
the FLHS Most Improved Player 
Award. 

TUFF STUFF 

Completing four years of hard work are 
seniors Bobby Pontes, Tito Gravito, Frank 
Moscato, & Chris Gabriel. All fourplayers 
were named to the MVC All Star team , in 
addition Frank, Chris & Bobby were 
named All Conference Players. 



Scoreboard 





Us 


Them 


Haverhill 


3 


3 


N Middlesex 


5 


2 


Chelmsford 


5 





Dracut 








Andover 


4 


1 


Tyngsboro 


2 


2 


Central Cath 


1 


2 


Tewksbury 


4 


1 


Billerica 


1 


2 


Haverhill 


4 


1 


Lawrence 


6 





Methuen 


3 


1 


Billerica 


6 


1 


Chelmsford 


5 


1 


Dracut 


3 





Andover 


5 


1 


Central Cath 





2 


Gr Lowell 


4 


1 



BOYS VARSITY SOCCER (Front L-R) Brian Picanso, Bobby Pontes, Ryan Keefe, Chris Gabriel, Frank Moscato, John 
Miranda, Mike McAtamney, Ian Moriarty (Middle L-R) Tito Gravito, Richardo DeCarvalho, Zobert Kiyanja, Jeff Lamy, Amoa 
Amo, Maicon Januario, Nelson Perez, Tim Gabriel (Back L-R) Assistant Coach Joe Cordero, Goalie Coach Rich Rollins, Chris 
DaSilva, Niro Perez, Rory Peters, Ronny Lutkus, Manuel Rendon, Kenny Pigeon, Wilbert Melo, Ted Gabriel, Head Coach 
Manny Batista 



Edited by Amanda Potter 



Boys Soccer 




Times that Bind 



Kicking Up Your Heels 



Underthe direction of first year 
Head Coach Bob Paquin, the girls 
soccer team finished the season 
with a record of 2- 1 3-3 ; not a true 
representation of the hard work, 
effort and dedication put in by the 
girls. "Non-experience in varsity 
play was a major factor in the 
final game outcome," stated head 
coach Bob Paquin. 



Grasping new skills & 
techniques throughout the season 
pulled the girls together as a team 
and helped them finish the rough 
season with a winning attitude. 
Choosing key players from the JV 
team helped out,when injuries 
seemed to strike the team at key 
times. 




THROUGH THICK & THIN 
Showing the bond they've made through 
the years, seniors Ashley Abcunus, 
Amanda Potter, Anne Mangan, Leanne 
Sandburg, Lauren Maloney, Caitlyn 
Green, Captians Katherine Kennedy & 
Sarah Staid enjoy the fun of friends. 



KEEPING THE BOOKS 
Attempting to stay warm on a brisk 
October day ,Caitlin Green, Elaina Bates 
& Shealagh Murphy record the action. 
Among the many injured on the sidelines, 
they stuck with the team throughout it all. 









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CLASH AT MIDFIELD 
Racing for possesion of the ball, 
sophomore Nicole Thurston meets up with 
an Andover midfielder. 




Girls' Soccer 



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[Shoulders squared with hips, sophmore 
•Christy Bouatick waits for the signal from 
[her teammate on a corner kick. Christy 
learned MVC All Conference honors as 
[well as FLHS Most Improved Player. 



PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT 
Warming up before the game senior 
Captain Katherine Kennedy slides the 
ball to teammate Nicole Thurston for the 
overlap. Both girls were selected as MVC 
All Stars. 





ALL CLEAR 

Dribbling the ball up the field, fullback 
Ashley Abcunus kicks her way without . 
any blocks. 

WHAT'S THE CALL 

Waiting for the referee to signal the 

offense, Lauren Maloney & Katherine 

Kennedy ignore the downed Andover 

player. 



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Scoreboard 



Haverhill 
Dracut 


Us 

3 
2 


Them 

4 
1 


NDA 


2 


3 


Billerica 





1 


Chelmsford 





6 


Tewksbury 
Haverhill 
Methuen 
Central 



3 





1 

4 
3 


Billerica 





5 


NDA 


2 


2 


Tyngsboro 
Andover 


3 



3 
10 


Dracut 

Methuen 

N.Middlesex 


1 




5 
3 
5 


' Tewksbury 
Chelmsford 


2 

1 


3 

4 




GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER (Front L-R) Captains Katherine Kennedy & Sarah Staid (Middle L-R) Andrea Staid, Ashley 
Abcunus, Amanda Potter, Anne Mangan, LeAnne Sandberg, Lauren Maloney, Liz Green (Back L-R) Head Coach Bob Paquin, 
Elaina Bates, Ellie Kennedy, Allison Beausoliel, Katelyn Elliot, Shealagh Murphy, Caroline Ravagni, Nicole Thurston, Christy 
Bouatick, Yelitza Estrada, Caitlin Green 



Edited by Amanda Potter 



Girls' Soccer 



A POWERFUL HIT 
Jumping high for a spike, Estrella Kulian 
scores one for the team. Because of her 
tremendous arm strength, Estrella was 
able to get many by her opponents , earning 
her MVC All Star status. 



LEADING THE WAY 
Professionals at their game, seniors Ashley 
Cote & Tabitha Hebert led their teammates 
to the MVC Division 2 Championship. 
Tabitha also earned MVC All Star kudos. 




One Spike Ahead 



Sweeping Others Aside 



The girls volleyball reached two 
very important milestones this 
season. For the first time in 17 
years, they beat the Dracut 
Middies; amajor accomplishment 
since working the four years 
finally paid off for seniors Ashley 
Cote & Tabitha Hebert. Also, 
Lowell captured the MVC 
Division 2 Championship after 
rallying 6 straight matches and 
beating inter-league rivalry, 
Tewksbury. 



Ashley Cote was the "sparkplug" 
for Lowell during the Tewksbury 
game, reinforcing why she was 
chosen MVC Division 2 Player of 
the Year. 

Lowell' s Championship qualified 
them for the Division 1 North 
Quarterfinal matchup with 
Andover. But for the second 
straight year, Andover swept 
Lowell out of the tourney. 



Girls Volleyball 




ALL EARS 

Gathered around Head Coach Lor 
Loureiro, players catch their breath an 
plan their next line of attack. The best i 
demanded of her players as they game 
around her on a time-out. 



Prime Time Live 




SECRET MEETING 
Huddling together, the team makes some 
last minute adjustments as they face-off 
with the Chelmsford Lions. Ending up on 
the losing side, the girls put their all into 
the game. 




I GOT IT 

Going low for the dig, Tabitha Hebert 
gets assistance from teammate Jamie 
Woodward. 



COME ON, LET'S HUSTLE 
Gathering together after a set the team 
rotates to prepare for the next serve. 




Scoreboard 




Us 


Them 


Billerica 


2 


1 


Andover 





2 


Haverhill 





2 


Central Cath 


2 


1 


NDA 


2 


1 


Andover 





2 


Concord/Carl 


2 





Tewksbury 


2 





Methuen 


2 





Lawrence 


1 


2 


Chelmsford 





2 


Billerica 


2 





Central Cath 


2 





Dracut 


2 





Acton/Box 


2 





NDA 


2 





Concord/Carl 


2 





Tewksbury 


2 





Lawrence 


2 





Bishop Fenwick 3 





Andover 





3 


Overall Record 


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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM (Front L-R) Tabitha Hebert, Captain Ashley Cote (Back L-R) Coach Lori Loureiro, Meghan 
Keefe, Jennifer Scannell, Jamie Woodward, Estrella Kulian, Asia Alston, Bria Loureiro (Missing from photo Assistant Coach 
Lorinda Collucci) 



Edited by Sambath Bo & Chanthavom Khlok 



Girls Volleyball 



SWINGING IN THE SAND 
Caught in the trap, Pat Moriarty attempts 
to get out and finish the hole. Pat placed 
2nd in Merrimack Valley Conference 
Individual Tournament and was named a 
MVC All Star. 



CHECKING LEVELS 
Getting ready for the putt, Paul Feeney 
lines up his next shot. Working hard for 
the Red Raiders, sophomore Joe Miller 
was named MVC All Conference, Boston 
Globe All Scholastic Team and tied for 
Third at the state tournament. 



VARSITY GOLF TEAM 
Hitting for the Red Raiders were Jimmy 
Mullen, Pat Moriarty, Tom Raras, Joe 
Miller, Mike Dillon, Paul Feeney, Chris 
Osbom & John Donovan. 





TROUBLE WITH THE OARS 
Gracefully bringing the oars back to the 
boathouse Laura Stotz, Kellie Wright, 
Shannon Martin, and Victoria Pena bal- 
ance the bulkie wooden oars in their arms. 



GETTING READY TO GO 

After a hard row, Colleen Dowling puts 

on her sneakers after a tough time on the 

water. 



Crew/Golf 




USING YOUR ARMS 



GOLF 



N Middlesex 


Won 


Methuen 


Lost 


Haverhill 


Won 


Dracut 


Won 


Billerica 


Lost 


Central 


Won 


Tewksbury 


Won 


Chelmsford 


Won 


Dracut 


Won 


Central 


Lost 


Tewksbury 


Tied 


Billerica 


Lost 


Methuen 


Won 


Andover 


Lost 


Chelmsford 


Lost 


Andover 


Lost 


Haverhill 


Lost 


Overall Record 


8-8-1 







CREW 

10/1 Textile River Regalia 

Men's Jr 8 Boat 1, 6 of 19 

Men's Jr 8 Boat 2, 16 of 19 

Men's Club 8, 21 of 26 

Women's Jr 8 Boat 1, 10 of 17 

Women's Jr 8 Boat 2, 16 of 17 

Women's Club 8, 30 of 32 

10/14 NH Championship Regatta 

Men's Novice/Junior 8 

Boat 1,5 of 27 Overall 

5 of 12 Junior 
Boat 2. 23 of 27 Overall 

12 of 12 Junior 
Men's Novice Junior 4 
Boat 1, 13 of 13 Overall 

7 of 7 Junior 
Women's Novice Junior 4 
Boat 1, 18 of 29 Overall 

8 of 1 1 Junior 

Boat 2, 28 of 29 Overall 

11 of 1 1 Junior 




BOYS CREW (First L-R) Mark McKenna, Pat Scannell, Patrick O'Hearn, Sam 
Descoteaux, Sean Linnehan (Second L-R) Matt McCamey, Ken Quigley, Jamie 
O'Hearn, Adam Donahue, Peter Cavanaugh, Jay Murphy, Ricky Regan, Mike 
Janeiro (Third L-R) John Stacy, Peter Gilmore, John Welch, Erik Arvidson, Hugh 
Gannon, John Broe, Joel Marchand, James Thibodeau, Mark McKenna (Not 
pictured in photograph Guilherme Andre) 




GIRLS CREW (First L-R) Jessica Silva, Liz Logan, Katie Theodores, Sylvia 
Rocha (Second L-R) Elisa Allard, Victoria Pena, Laura Stotz, Katelyn Kenny, Kelli 
Wright (Third L-R) Kerry Murphy, Erin Loughran, Ashley Boucher, Laurn Clegg, 
Colleen Dowling, Caitlyn Piekos, Stephanie Mood, Liz Smith (Not pictured in 
photograph Elise Clay) 



LOOKING TO TEE OFF 
Senior Jeff Howe gets ready for action. 
The team reached the state tournament 
for the first time in 21 years under the 
coaching of Charlie Raras. 





HE SWINGS 

Keeping perfect form, Chris Osbom drives 
hard to the hole. Chris placed 3rd in the 
MVC Individual Tournament. 

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT 
During an after school practice, both crew 
teams race against each other for fun. 
When interviewing several team 
members, no one remembers who won 
the race, but they all remember the fun 
experience. 



Edited by Jessie Blanchard 



Crew/Golf 



Making a 
Splash 




TURN IT UPSIDE D0\ «I 

Flying through the air, junior Kendra Ha e 

performs a back somersault half twist. Ken a 

qualified for states by placing seventh in a 

sectionals competiti i 



Girl's Scoreboard 



Billerica 

Andover 

Chemsford 

Lawerence 

Dracut 

Methuen 

NDA 

Nashua 



Won/Lost 

Lost 
Lost 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 



Boy's Opponents 



Chemsford 

Andover 

Nashua 

Haverhill 

Chemsford 

Andover 

Nashua 

Haverhill 




ICKY LA 

BOOMBA 

Performing their 

pregame ritual, the 

girls pump each 

other up for a great 

swim win. 



GIRLS SWIMMING (From L-Rt Marie Leu is. Katie Doherty, Lindsay Finncgan, Static Gcffroy. Nikki Conncrs. 
Slcphanic Ballos. Erin Moloney (Middle L-R| Marissa, Rebecca Runion. Head Coach Kerry Hodge. Belh 
Gcoffroy. Tahina Lcc Monloya. Lauren Couillard. Christina Hum. Jessica Hayes. Molly McCubc. Kara Desmond. 
Meghan Icrardi. Li/ Wisnicwski. F.lisha Bartlcll. Marina Harringlon, Kalic Bisanlz. Maureen Reagan, Slcphanic 
Mamscalco. Darcic DcAngelo (Back L-Ri Aislyn Plaih. Piachi Shah. F.mily Makrez, Meghan Flanagan. Susan 
McAlcer. Karen Hawcs. Alison McArdlc. Jamie Sutherland. Krislen Wedge. Kendra Hague 



BOYS SWINN1NG (Front L-R) Adam Rainville. Steve Ostis, Ethan Brown, Rit 
Ngy, XXX, Bruno Dos Santos, Gil Andre (Back L-R) Head Coach Rick Battistin 
Zach Graham, James Ostis, XXX, Jimmy Tran, Wilson Rith, Thanh Tran, Erik 
Arvidson 



Swimming 



Prime Time Live 




Raiders 



Improving 




PUMP UP THE VOLUME 
Cheering on their teammates, senior 
Stephaine Ballos & junior Susan McAleer 
encourage the swimmer in the 500 meter 
freestyle. 

ON YOUR MARK 

During pregame warmups, Erik Arvidson 

prepares to jump start from the platform. 




Make 

their 

Waves 

technique & 

in the 

making their 

Water 

mark 








ONE BREATH AWAY 
Inhaling on the upstroke, Thanh Tran 
races toward the finish line for the 50 yard 
freestyle. Thanh's personal best for the 
50 is 28.9 seconds while his 100 freestyle 
time is 1:06. 



TALKING STRATEGY 

during pregame discussion, captains 
Jl.than Brown & Erik Arvidson get ready 

or the races. 



Edited by Billy Faulkner 



Swimming 



IN MID AIR 

Reaching for her toes, Shannon Doyle 
stretches to complete aside hurdler jump. 
A highlight of Shannon's cheer years for 
LHS was performing for Channel Five 
Mike Lynch' s High 5 as a sophomore. 




CHEER LEADERS 

Serving as captains for both Football & 
Basketball season, Stacy Stott, Shannon 
Doyle & Candice Gendron smile prior to 
an early season game. 

ABOVE THE REST 
Balanced on four hands, Candice Gendron 
performs a Liberty Stunt for the crowd. 
With fierce determination, Candice went 
from a base to a climber throughout her 
four years on the squad. 



TACKLE FOOTBALL 
On the sidelines, the cheerleaders gather 
before heading to the grass for a night of 
fun on the football field. 



PRECISION TAKES PRACTICE 
In unison, the team gets funky to the 
music of their competition routine. 
Performing at various events, the girls 
pumped up the crowd at pep rallies & 
games with their quick moves & flashy 
stunts. 





SILLY SOPHOMORES 
Hamming it up for practice, Shannon 
Doyle, Bridgette McDermott, Candice 
Gendron & Nina Cardoso work together 
as a stunt group for competitions. As 
sophomores, the girls were crowned 1 999 
MA Division 1 State Champions. 



Cheerleading 



Prime Time Live 




STUNT SPECTACULAR 
Amazing the crowd with this pyramid, 
cheerleaders complete the single-base 
double cupie. In the center of the action, 
junior Stacy Stott braces the main part of 
the stunt. 



VARSITY CHEERLEADING (Front L-R) Nina Cardoso, Candice Gendron. Shannon Doyle, Stacy Stott (Back L-R) Head 
Coach Elena Hickey, Courtney Cavaugh, Andrea Pettie. Angie Melendez, Kristina Colon, Mickeala Rocheleau. 
Lesniak, Jenna Healy, Meghan Pettie, Katie Dougherty, Krystle Siiva. Lindsay Coppola (Missing from photo: 
Quigley, Katelyn Mello. Assistant Coach Kimberly Mello) 



iu. Michelle 
o: Meghann 



Yell Red, 
Red 



rom NCA Cheer Camp at 
Boston University to NCA 
Myrtle Beach to NCA New 
York, over the past four 
years, members of the LHS 
Cheerleading squad have 
literally had their share of 
ups & downs. Winning the 
state championship in 1999, 
Candice, Nina & Shannon 
have cheered hard for the 
athletic teams & the city of 
Lowell. With the help of 
head coach Elena Hickey & 
Kim Mello, former head 
coach Jill LaBranche, 
Lauren & Jill Gryszkiewicz, 
the girls developed not only 
athletic ability but a spirit & 
camaraderie never to be 
duplicated again. 



Winding down the 2001 
season, the team competed 
& placed at several events. 
At Longmeadow High 
School, the girls finished 
Third behind Agawam. 
Continuing their streak, they 
rocked at Bartlett with a 
stunning Second Place. 
Coming back to the area, the 
team placed Second at the 
MVC Tourney in Haverhill 
behind Chelmsford. Lowell 
wouldn 't quit though as they 
fought for Third at the 
MSSAA Division 1 North 
Tourney behind Medford & 
Everett. Lowell is waiting to 
hear if their 242 points at 
the state competiton has 
earned them a bid to a 
national tourney! 



Edited by Billy Faulkner 



Cheerleading 



Another Tourney Bid for Lowell 



Dribble into Action 



The girls basketball team started 
the season off strong with five 
straight wins despite the absence 
of key player Carmen Alvarado. 
Returning lettermen & MVC All- 
Conference players Asia Alston 
& Estrella Kuilan provided the 
necessary support to keep the ball 
rolling and the wins coming. 

Champions of the Tyngsboro 
Christmas Tournament, Lowell 
went on to provide upsets vicotires 
against Central Catholic & 



Westford Academy. Finishing 
Third in the Merrimack Valley 
Conference, the Lady Red Raiders 
were especially excited with the 
major victory over Central. Thus 
putting Central in the runner-up 
position for the MVC. 

Lowell finished their season by 
making the state tournament. 
However, they bowed out after 
the first round loss to Reading, 
56-54. 




DRAWING IT UP 

Showing his team the plan, Head Coach 
Mike Crowley grabs the Lady Red Raiders 
attention during a break in the action. 

DRIBBLING AROUND 

Driving the lane, sophomore Asia Alston 

looks to beat a Dracut defender to the 

hoop. Freshman Kayleigh Scannell 

received the FLHS Most Improved Player 

Award. 




HANDS UP 

Playing both sides of the ball, senior 
foward Katherine Kennedy attempts to 
stop the Dracut offense. Katherine was 
named an MVC All-Star & received the 
FLHS Coaches Award. 



Girls Basketball 




Prime Time Live 



IN HER FACE 

Guarding her player, senior captain Lilly 
Silva gets position after her opponent 
takes a shot. 




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REACHING FOR THE STARS 

Taking the jump ball, junior forward 
Estrella Kuilan wins the tip off. Estrella 
received the FLHS MVP Award. 

SENIOR LEADERSHIP 

Smiling seniors Katherine Kennedy, 

Lauren Beausiloul, Lilly Silva & Sarah 

Staid look to shine on the court and bring 

the Lady Red Raiders into the state 

tournament. 



Tewksbury 

Haverhill 

Lawrence 

Merrimack 

Bshp Guertin 

Westford 

Billerica 

Central 

Andover 

Dracut 

Methuen 

Notre Dame 

Chelmford 

Andover 

Haverhill 

Methuen 

Central 

Chelmsford 

Concord/Carl. 

Concord/Carl. 



Record 12 - 9 




GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL 

(Front L-R) Katherine Kennedy, Lauren Beausoleil, Lilly Silva, Sarah Staid (Back L-R) Laurie Tanguay. Lindsay McDermott, 

Asia Alston, Estrella Kuilan, Jennifer Scannell, Kayliegh Scannell, Jamie Woodward, Courtney Keefe 



Edited by James Shaughnessy 



Prime Time Live 



AIR BORN 

Shooting from downtown, senior foward 
Marcus Wilson towers over the long arm 
of the Billerica defender in route to a 71- 
54 victory. Marcus was named an MVC 
All-Conference player & was team MVP. 



BOMBS AWAY 

Fading away, Cuby Pena attempts a shot 
from long range. An MVC All-Star, Cuby 
tied the school record for 6 three pointers 
in one game; he also broke the record for 
most points in a game at 44. 




Boys Basketball Tourney Hopes Alive 



BOUNCING AROUN 



The boys basketball program' 
completed its ' regular season with 
arecord of 10-10. Participating in 
the Greater Lowell IAABO 
Tournament, the Red Raiders beat 
Central Catholic to get into the 
final round. 

Seeded 1 2th in the MIAA Division 
1 State Tourney, Lowell faced 
fifth seed Peabody . Lowell trailed 
at the half before Marcus Wilson 
stepped up to carry his team. The 
game was a see-saw battle from 



beginning to end with neither team 
ever taking a bigger lead than four 
points. Lowell prevailed 60-58. 

The second round didn't treat 
Lowell as easily. Fourth seed, 
Acton Boxboro handed the Red 
Raiders an early exit, beating them 
by a five point spread. 

Frederic Kounkorgo played well 
throughout the season and into 
the tournament. Leo Martinez 
received the FLHS Sportsmanship 
Award. 




HERE'S THE PLAN 
Listening courtside, teammates Marcu 
Wilson (#40), William Pena (#33) anj 
Chris Wilson (#55) take a break from th 
action to get advice from Coach Stape. J 



Boys Basketball 



Prime Time Live 



HEADS UP 

Boxing out his Billerica opponent, center 
Jack Farrell looks for the rebound during 
an MVC game. 



2* 




GETTING POSITION 
Crashing the boards, juniorfoward Tyrone 
Adams steps into the paint to grab the 
rebound. Teammate Marcus Wilson looks 
for the outlet pass. 

SENIOR STANDOUTS 

Seniors Chris Wilson, Frankie Moscato, 

William Pena, Jack Farrell, Marcus 

Wilson & Mickey Ryan look to lead the 

Red Raiders to a third tournament 

appearance. 






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Scoreboard 




Us 


Them 


Tewksbury 


55 


54 


Haverhill 


50 


57 


Lawrence 


61 


68 


N. Middlesex 


71 


51 


Westford 


54 


52 


Billerica 


53 


68 


Chelmsford 


64 


57 


Central Cath 


54 


57 


Andover 


61 


68 


Dracut 


66 


62 


Methuen 


50 


61 


Lawrence 


60 


68 


Chelmsford 


67 


61 


Andover 


61 


71 


Haverhill 


51 


57 


Boston Latin 


75 


68 


Methuen 


71 


83 


Central Cath 


55 


52 


Hyde Park 


101 


68 




Record 11 - 


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BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL (Front L-R) Chris Wilson, William Pena, Michael Ryan, Leo Martinez. Omar Perez (Back 
L-R) Assistant Coach Adrian Mitchell, Frankie Mosacto, Daniel Rogers, Fredric Kourkongo, Tyrone Adams, Jack Farrell, 
Marcus Wilson, Head Coach Scott Stapleton (Missing from photo: Assistant Coach Chris Crowley) 



Edited by James Shaughnessy 



Boys Basketball 




HUGS ALL AROUND 

Reved up after a goal, the Red Raiders 

pile up to celebrate the score. 




SCRAMBLING FOR THE PUCK 
Using his cutting edge skills, junior Ray 
Shawdee tries to gain the upper hand 
against the approaching players. 

DOING HIS JOB 

A quick save to stop the clock, sophomore 
goalie Jason Beausoleil protects the puck 
under his gloves. 





BRAVE, FAST & FURIOUS 
Senior captains Alex Gutierrez & Steve 
Allen look to lead the team to an 
outstanding season. Their leadership style 
paid off as the team finished the regular 
season with a record of 9-8-3. 



THIEF ON THIN ICE 
Stealing the puck, Billy Florence fights 
off his opponent. Lowell fell to Dracut in 
the first meeting, but rebounded when it 
mattered... they qualified for the state 
tourney with the win over Dracut. 



Ice Hockey 




RING AROUND THE NET 
Collecting the puck after a failed attempt 
by Dracut, defensemen Paul Feeney 
speeds away from Lowell's net & goalie 
Jason Beausoleil. 






Two Years 
Running 

Chris McKeil scored two goals & Mike 
Tucker made 20 saves to register his first 
shutout of the season over Dracut as 
Lowell clinched its' second state 
tournament berth in as many years. 

In the first round of the state tournament, 
Lowell faced a strong East Boston team. 
Playing in Stoneham, Lowell was defeated 
5-3 in a well fought game. 

Lowell Sun All Stars 

Steve Allen 
Alex Gutierrez 

Division All Stars 

Paul Feeney 

Billy Florence 

Jarred Fairweather 

Danny Souza 

Chris McKiel 

Paul Descheneaux 

Michael Tucker 

Steve Allen 
Alex Gutierrez 

MVC/DCL All Conference 

Paul Feeney 

Paul Descheneaux 

Michael Tucker 




THE BENDS 

Racing to the finish line, senior David 
Silva edges his way alongside junior 
Adam DeAngelis. Both runners finished 
2nd and 1 st places, respectively. 

GOING THE DISTANCE 
Leading the way for her teammate Kately n 
Moloney, senior strider Sousavanh 
Philakhong makes her way through the 
last lap. Finishing the 1000 yards race, 
Sousavanh captured First while Katelyn 
took Third from the competition. 






READY & WELLING 
Hearing the start of the gun, junior 
Hollie Underwood pops out of the 
block to go neck & neck with her 
opponents for first place victory. 



Scoreboard 




Won/Lost 


Lawrence 


Won 


Chelmsford 


Lost 


Methuen 


Lost 


Billerica 


Lost 


Tewksbury 


Lost 


Haverhill 


Lost 


Andover 


Lost 


Central Catholi 


c Lost 








SENIOR GIRLS VARSITY INDOOR TRACK (L-R) Heather Martin, Tabitha Hebe K] 
Amanda Potter, Jessica Silva, Sousavanh Philakhong (Missing from photo: He: y, 
Coach Peter Molloy, Assistant Coach MaryBeth Donnelly, Assistant Coach L ^ 
Dubuque) Sophomore Ashley Nolet received the FLHS Coaches Award. Seni 
Sousavanh Philakhong received the James McGuirk Dedication Award. 



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Indoor Track 



Prime Time Live 



,'HE ONLY WAY TO FLY 

|ocused on clearing the high bar, 

ophmore Nicole Thurston leaps over the 
Ibstacle. Nicole posted a 4' 10" jump. 
Ilicole was named FLHS MVP for the 
Ifinter season. 




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ENIORS BOYS VARSITY INDOOR TRACK (Front L-R) Mike Burns, John 
»eAngelis, Joe Sargent, James Johnson, David Silva, Corey Cote, Steve Davidson, 
liiarrett Trombly (Middle L-R) Peter Gilmore, Ryan Carroll, Amoah Yeboah-Korang 
Back L-R) John Crocker, Tim Owens, Mike Kandrotas, Tom Boyle, Edwin Chindongo 
Missing from photo: Head Coach Phil Maia, Assistant Paul Vigeant, Assistant Jim 
•eProfio, Assistant Bob Harrington) 



Edited by Sousavanh Philakhong 



Keeping the Dream Alive 

Boys Varsity captures the MVC Title 



Starting the season off right with 
a big win against Lawrence, the 
boys track team continued its' 
winning streak. "This team really 
wanted to finish the season 
undefeated," commented coach 
Phil Maia to the Lowell Sun . 

Finishing with a record of 7-0 the 
boys had to face one more team to 
capture the title. The MVC 
Division 1 Championship came 
down to the meet versus Central 
Catholic. 



Lowell pounced on Central 
Catholic throughout the meet to 
capture the championship for 
themselves. The team finished the 
season with an 8-0 record. 

The Girls Track team had a great 
season working together with 
several new runners. Despite their 
hard work during each meet, the 
team came up short to fall to their 
opponents. The first meet versus 
Lawrence ended up being their 
only victory to a long season. 




EYE ON THE FINISH LINE 
Looking to the finish, Katie Dougherty & 
Alii Beausoleil race straight away. 
Leading the pack, Alii comes in First for 
the Raiderettes. 



PERFECT START 

Making sure he has a perfect form for his 
race, junior Jeff Meehan practices his 
start before the start gun sounds. Jeff was 
awarded the FLHS MVP Award. 







Scoreboard 




Us Them 


Lawrence 


56.5 29.5 


Chelmsford 


54 32 


Methuen 


48 38 


Billerica 


49 37 


Tewksbury 


45 41 


Haverhill 


62 19 


Andover 


62 24 


Central Catholic 59 27 




UP AND OVER 

Ahead of the pack, Jeff Meehan flies 
over the first hurdle with room to spare. 
Jeff finished First for the boys to qualify 
for States. 



Indoor Track 



BRING IT IN 

After warming up, the wrestlers bring it in 
to the center of the mat where they get 
pumped for the meet against Dracut. 



Where 
Winning 



is 
Tradition 

Coming off last year's 
narrow miss of winning the 
MVC, the wrestling team 
had their expectations set. 
However, injuries plagued 
the team & their quest for 
the title came up short. 
Even though there were 
injuries & many new 
starters, they overcame 
adversity to defeat 
Chelmsford, avenging last 
year' s loss. Many wrestlers 
finished with individual 
accolades using the skills 
they practiced throughout 
the season. 





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ALL WRAPPED UP 

Stuffing his opponent into the mat, Dave 
Provencher works hard to get another 
pin. Dave placed Second at the Division 
1 State Tournament in the 135 pound 
class and will compete at New Englands. 



SENIOR TRIO 

Providing inspiration, Matt Brousseau, 
Captain Jordan Goor & Ryan Underwood 
led the team with determination & 
encouragement. Ryan received the MIAA 
Good Sportsmanship Award. 



Wrestling 





STANDING TALL 

Four year veteran & team captain, Jordan 
Goor helped the team take home a Third 
Place trophy at the Division 1 State 
Tournament. Jordan placed First at the 
Division 1 North Sectional Tournament. 





READY TO SHOOT 
Waiting for the perfect moment to shoot, 
Jon Dolan works to distract his Central 
opponent in order to take him down to the 
mat. John finished Second in the Division 
1 State Tournament & was awarded the 
FLHS Co-MVP. 

ANCHOR UP 

Coming from behind, Pat Sheehan breaks 
down the Dracut opponent. Pat was 
crowned the 160 pound State Champion 
and was awarded the FLHS Co-MVP. 




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John McNamara, Sean McKenna (Middle L-R) Mike Witts, Pat Werner, Dave Provencher, Mike Harris, Mike Casey. Donny 
Chantavong (Back L-R) Assistant Coach Tim O'Keefe, Pat Sheehan, Mike Cook, Matt Brousseau, Ed Davis, Jon Dolan, Jordan 
Goor, Ryan Underwood, Head Coach George Bossi 



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Lawrence 

Brockton 

St. John's Prep 

Agawam 

Durfee 

Dracut 

Methuen 

Tewksbury 

Central 

Coventry 

Billerica 

Chelmsford 



Won/Lost 
Won 



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Jordan Goor 

Dave Provencher 

Pat Sheehan 

Jon Dolan 




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Won 
Won 
Won 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Lost 
Won 
Won 
Won 



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Wrestling 



TIPS UP 

Heading up to the top of the slopes, Leanne 
Sandberg, Anne Mangan & Caity Green 
look to advance at the Nashoba Valley 
Ski Area. 







GRIPPING THE BAR 
Maneuvering his way around the High 
Bar, Coach Dubois gives Samnang Hor 
advice on his next rotation. 



Displaying their fashionable ski wear, 
seniors Ashley Abcunas, Caity Green, 
Lauren Faust, Eddie Kennedy, Leanne 
Sandberg & Anne Mangan wait to start 
their races. At the center of the staging. 
Steve Darrigo lifts the Second Place trophy 
over his head. Kicking up her heels, Sarah 
Thuillier runs through her floor exercise. 
Girls Gymnastic team members included. 
(Front L-R) Nicole Smith, Holly Askins, 
(Back L-R) Kerry Murphy, Shannon 
Martins, Sarah Thuillier, Cara Murphy 
(Missing: Head Coach Robin Tanguay) 





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TOWARD THE FINISH LINE 
Heading to the next pole, senior Lauren 
Faust swishes past the obstacle en route to 
her next marker. 



Scoreboard 

Boys Skiing 

Won/Lost 

Westford 1 4 

Chelmsford 5 

Acton-Boxboro 1 4 

Groton-Dunstable5 

Harvard 4 1 

Girls Skiing 

Won/Lost 

Westford 5 

Chelmsford 5 

Acton-Boxboro 1 4 

Groton-Dunstablel 4 
Harvard 1 



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Abcunas, Meghan Ierardi, Lauren Couillard, Bobby Leo, Tom Raras (BACK L-R 
Jamie Armstrong, Adam Donahue, Ian Moriarty, Brian Barry, Eddie Kennedy, Cait 
Green, Lauren Faust, Leanne Sandberg, Anne Mangan, Sean Linnehan (Missing fron fa 
photo: Head Coach Tara Donoghue) 



Skiing 



Prime Time Live 




Using Flexibility, 
Strength & Power 

Skiers & Gymnasts Fight Obstacles 




BALANCING ACT 

Carefully balancing on the beam, Shannon 
Martins prepares for her dismount. The beam 
measures only 4 inches wide & 6 feet long. 
The girls' team continues to rebuild. 



UPPER BODY STRENGTH 
Using his bicep muscles, Steve Darrigo 
grips the Paralell Bars. Steve was a major 
force in Lowell capturing Second Place 
in the MA Division 1 State Tournament. 



^ iOYS VARSITY GYMNASTICS Members included Victor Berlus, Justin Bucchio, 

U ihalwin Carrion, Stephen Darrigo, Chris Downs, Vynik Eny, Harlen Hor, Samnang 

[or, Lohethkhemra Khirv, Danny Kingphliavanh, Hoare Noeuz, Richard Phoang, 

f BII tichard Phuong, Samnang Phuong, Moneyrot Pola, Ellanarin Rassophenthong, Aaron 

eale, Saret Send, Mony Srey, Stephen Storr, Dien Tang, Bobby Xavapy, Ricky 

Cavauzy, Head Coach Barry Dubois, Assistant Coach Steve Sirois 

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Scoreboard 


Boys Gymnastics 




vVon/Lost 


Attleboro 


Lost 


Newton North 


Lost 


Braintree 


Won 


Newton South 


Won 


Burlington 


Won 


Andover 


Won 


Revere 


Won 








DOWN & AROUND 

Senior Eddie Kennedy nearly misses the 

pole as he races towards the finish line. 



Gymnastics 



Congratulations Emily\ 
& the Class of 2001 



Register for the 

LHS Alumni Web Page 

www. tiac. net/user s/lhsppp/ alumni/ 
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AD INSTRUCTIONS 
Giving verbal instructions, Jessica 
Desharnais, Julie Demaree & Katie 
Copley explain how to sell an ad to the 
Yearbook Journalism class. The team 
competed at the DECA State Career 
Development Confemce in March. 




Working to gather business, faculty, parent & friend ads, Spindle staff members\ 
visited, mailed, and spoke to people hoping they would... 



member Your Neighbor 



Advertising Divider 



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"RESENTATION SKILLS 
'ipeaking to members of the faculty & 
itaff, Jessica Desharnais explains the 
lidvertising flier. Working in conjunction 
ivith DECA, Jessica completed a Public 
delations Project with other classmates. 




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& 

Congratulations to the 

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EdgeGrou 



Full service commercial real estate brokerage 
and consulting for Greater Lowell 

www.edgegroupinc.com 

(978) 458-8822 



George's Delicatessen 

1224 Gorham Street 

Lowell, Massachusetts 01852 

(978) 459-7345 

Eat In or Take Out 




Home of the Best Torpedoe in Town 




Congratulations 
Class of 2001 



Best of Luck! 



Health & Physical 
Education Department 



L\s you begin your Odyssey: 



"The gods will not do for man, 



what man must do for himself." 






Best of luck in your bright futures! 



Cluster 4 



Bienvenue, Mulryan, Stomas, Walsh 



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Make it Count! 

Congratulations 
Class of 2001 
Bill McGowan 




Lowell High School 
#1 Intern 

Katie Copley 

Congratulations ! 
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To all the Seniors: 
Thanks for being a really 

nice graduating class. 
You made it to 2001 with 

dignity & style. 

Remember to clean off 

your lunch table your 

whole life. 

Susan Fineman 



American Textile History Museum 

A Different Spin on History 



Lowell Htjh School elass of 2001! 

We especially thanfc 

the JTTHM Volunteer students for 

the contribution of their valuable time 

and vast talents to the museum. 

Best Wishes! 



The Staff of The .American Textile Histonj Museum 




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Saturday, Sundav, & most Holidays, 

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Celestica is a global leader in the electronics manufacturing 
services industry. With over 23,000 employees worldwide, 
Celestica operates 33 manufacturing and design facilities in 
the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, 
Ireland, Italy, the Czech Republic, Thailand, Hong Kong, 
China, Malaysia and Brazil. Celestica provides a broad 
range of services including design, prototyping, assembly, 
testing, product assurance, supply chain management, 
worldwide distribution and after-sales service. Its customers 
include industry leading original equipment manufacturers 
(OEMs), primarily in the computer and communications 
sectors. 

Celestica's Lowell operation provides highly competitive 
surface mount board assembly services for production and 
prototype needs. At Celestica, employees experience all the 
rewards that come from working for a multibillion dollar 
global enterprise including an environment built on a values 
driven culture, such as teamwork, quality of life and 
continuous learning. 



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Congratulations & 

Best of Luck 

in all your 

Future Endeavors! 

Ronald J. Chuirri 




Remember! 
It was all for your own good 

Live by the Golden Rule, 

take personal responsibility, 

be kind to animals & 

don't blame others. 

Susan Fineman 



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Do the right thing, 



even if nobody's watching. 
Follow your dreams & always 

remember that you have 
tomorrow, bright before you. 



Mrs. Helen Littlefield 





The Fineman Family Pelham Plaza 

Pelham, New Hampshire 

Home of: 

Cam's Hallmark 

Victory Market 

Chunky's Cinema Pub 

ERA Innovative Realty 

Bo-Lin Video 

Radio Shack 

BJ's Roast Beef 

Pelham Cleaners 

The Book Rack 

First Essex Bank 

Dun kin 'Donuts 

Peking Gardens 

Advanced Spa & Pool 

Accu-Rate Billiards 

Best Wishes to a Wonderful Class! 

Susan Fineman 




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Congra tula tions 

Class of 2001 




Check us out at 

penphoto.com 
Pendleton Photography 

520 Boston Road 

Billerica, MA 01821 

978-667-7298 



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DECA Public Relations Project 



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To the students I have 

enjoyed at LHS, 

I wish you many happy days 

and contentment in your lives. 

Virginia Meyer 



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Congrats to my 

Business Academy students 

who have grown & have 

learned in this past year. 

Best of luck in the future! 
Mrs. Swenson 



Congratulations 2001 
Student-Athletes 




Lowell High School 
Athletic Department 

Walter Nelson, Athletic Director 

Gail Green, Bursar 

Michelle Callahan, Clerk 

Mary Geoffroy, Clerk 

Chuck Bolianites, Equipment Manager 




Graduates 



Congratulations on your achievement! 

As you go through life, 

always remember— 

your vote really does count, 

so vote & make a difference. 

Mrs. Howe 





You have my best wishes for 



continued success in the future. 

Remember the fun, 

friendships, 

and hard work 

at LHS. 



Michelle Ritchotte 



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United Teachers of Lowell 



MFT/AFT/AFL-CIO 
Local 495 

169 Merrimack Street 

Lowell, Massachusetts 01852 

(978) 937-9039 





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DECA Public Relations Project 




May your future 
be happy & bright 
& may all your life 

choices be right. 
Mr. Perrella 



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To My First Semester 
Mod 1/2 Senior Seminar Class 

Always want to have someone to 
throw Hershey kisses at! 

Ms. LaBranche 



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To My First Semester 
Mod 10/11 Senior Seminar Class! 

Life Lessons will serve you well 
some day, be thankful & always smile! I 

Ms. LaBranche 



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To My First Semester 
Mod 14/15 Senior Seminar Classl 

It doesn't matter what kind of car you 
drive, as long as you are in control! 

Ms. LaBranche 




Remember that the friends you 

made in high school may not 

really be your friends. They are 

only pretending to be your 

friends in the hope that some 

day you become famous and 

they can call you up and 

ask you for money! 

Mr. Crowe 





Success depends on three 

things: Who says it, what he 

says, how he says it; and of 



these three things, what he says 

is the least important. . . 

John Viscount Morley 

Stephanie Donahue 



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Class of 2001 Signature Page 




Edited by Katie Copley. Julie Demaree & Jessica Deshamais 



DECA Public Relations Project 



Best of Luck 

Class of 2 001 III 



D. A. R. 








Officer Timothy Golden 



Officer Jose Santiago 



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Class of 2001 Signature Page 






Edited by Katie Copley. Julie Demaree & Jessica Deshamais 



DECA Public Relations Project 



Great Job Seniors! 



Your hard work will be rewarded! 



I wish you all the success in the 

world! Work hard and you'll 

achieve your dreams! 



It's been an honor to see you 





Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 2001 



CONGRATULATIONS GRADS 




Connie Martin 

Lowell School Committee 



Congratulations .& Best Wishes 



for success to the Class of 2001. 



especially to the graduates of 



Cluster Group Two. You are and 



will always be special. 



Mrs. Ansara 




Bang Bang Choo Choo Train 

Come on DECA 

Do your thang! 

DECA 

Lowell DECA 

All the Way 




Thanks for the memories, it didn 't snow in Anaheim! 
Jill LaBranche, Advisor John Manmlis, Jacqui Taylor, Nila Swenson 



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In Memoriam of Our Teacher 
Mrs. Suzanne Burgess 

An educator for the past 24 years, Suzanne 
Burgess taught Spanish & French at the 
Masconomet Regional High School and 
developed a bilingual education program for the 
Metheun school system. She also spent four 
years as the Coordinator of Title VII, Project 
Careers Programfor the City of Lowell and most 
recently taught Spanish at Lowell High School. 




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DECA Public Relations Project 



CAL-TEK, INC. 

NIST Calibration & Repair 
Test Equipment Sales 

www. repaircalibration. com 

20 Republic Road 

North Billerica, MA 01862 

(978) 667-8541 

Fax (978) 667-8901 



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LHS Alumni Web Page 

www. tiac. net/users/lhsppp/alumni/ 
Mrs. Iarrapino 



Best of Luck 
Class of 2001 




Kevin J. McHugh 

Lowell School Committee 



Congratulations to the Lowell High School 

Class of 2001 
from Lowell City Councilor Bill Martin 




Make your voice heard: Register to Vote Today! 



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Class of 2001 Signature Page 




Edited by Katie Copley, Julie Demaree & Jessica Deshamais 



DECA Public Relations Project 



Making a friend 

takes a moment, 

being a friend takes 

a lifetime... 

Love Always, 

Bridge 




To one of my Best 

Friends 

Stacey Herbert 

I will miss you 

» dearly. Follow your 

dreams & listen to 

your heart. 

Best Wishes 

Amy Hawkins 



We had our differences 
but now we are the 

best of friends! 

Partners in crime, 

we '11 always be. 

Best of Luck. 

Love ya's! 




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Katie & Julie 

Thanks for being 

my best friends. I 

love you both & 

ril see you in 

Boston. 

Jessica 




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I couldn 't have j 
done it without 

you! 
The Excellence 
Award is Yours! 
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To one of my good 

friends 

Gisette Santos 

May all your 

wishes & dreams 

come true. 

I will miss you! 

Amy Hawkins 



Jenn Squiggs & 

Susie R. 

Hey Fit miss you 

very much. Vll 

always be your 

favorite freshman. 

Don't worry, Vll 

be a sophomore 

next hear, ha ha. 

Kate Flanagan 



rfL To one of my 
(j good friends 

Kerry Tanguay 
I will miss you. 
^ Thank you for being 
\ such a great friend. I 
don 't know what I 
would have done 

t without you. 
Amy Hawkins 



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Class of 2001 Signature Page 




Edited by Katie Copley, Julie Demaree & Jessica Desharnais 



DECA Public Relations Project 



To my friends I met 

through drama, 

thanks for all the 

memories. 

I'll miss you! 

Love, George 



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Remember when... fun 

times at Building 
Blocks! Vomitting on 
your shoe the 1st day 
only made us closer! 
Friends for all time! 



/ will miss you 

KTJDJMJSSR 

NCJDMDTH 

MRJAST& 

anyone I forgot! 

Love, 

Katie Copley 




Ash 

I'm lucky to have 
a friend like you. 

No Doubt! 

Congratulations 

& Good Luck 

Love, BB 



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Yearbook Supplements 

will be mailed to your 

home in early October. If I 

do not have your correct 

address, please email me at 

the address listed below. 

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To my friends Katie 

Copley, 

Jessica Desharnais 

& Julie Demaree 

I wish all three of 

you the 

best of luck. 

Follow your 

dreams! 

Amy Hawkins 



To Jess & Jules 
I have learned a 
lot from you. We 
have had good & 
bad times, but I 
know we will 

always be 

best of friends! 

Ijove You Both! 

Katie 



/ love my 
Softball Team 
Good Luck & 
Have Fun! 




Goodbye 
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AH 

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Q The Millennium Bridge, a 
footbridge across the River Thames 
connecting London's St. Paul 
Cathedral with the Tate Modern Art 
Gallery, opens in June. It is the first 
bridge to be built over the Thames 
in 100 years. 



Q Gas prices soar across Europe. Heavy taxation policies in France and 
England cause massive protests and transportation blockades. Both 
governments eventually promise relief. 





□ Former KGB agent Vladimir Putin 
is sworn into office as Russia's new 
president in May 2000, succeeding 
long-time leader Boris Yeltsin. 
Despite fears of an authoritarian 
style, Putin's public approval ratings 
remain high. 



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A Floods in Southeast Asia are 
caused by days of pounding rain. 
Millions are forced to leave their 
homes and more than a thousand 
people die in the region's worst 
flooding in decades. 



A President Clinton travels to 
Southeast Asia in November to help 
mend relations between the United 
States and Vietnam. He is the first 
U.S. president to visit Vietnam since 
the end of the war in 1975. 



A A cable car carrying skiers 
and snowboarders in Austria 
catches fire inside a tunnel, 
killing more than 150 people 
on board. It is the worst Alpine 
disaster in the country's history. 




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H Australian 
street artists 
called "Strange 
Fruit" perform 
gravity-defying 
feats around 
the world. The 
performers float 
above the audience 
on 15-foot 
fiberglass poles. 



A Yugoslav President Slobodan 
Milosevic is ousted from office in 
October, ending 13 years of violent 
rule. Vojislav Kostunica becomes 
Yugoslavia's first democratically 
elected president. 



President Clinton makes a last- 
ditch effort to broker a Middle East 
peace deal before his term ends 
in January 2001 by drafting a plan for 
leaders of both Israel and Palestine 
to review. Israeli Prime Minister 
Ehud Barak and Palestinian Yasser 
Arafat agree to review Clinton's 
proposal, but no deal is signed 
before month's end. 

A Singapore Airlines jumbo jet 
crashes during takeoff in Taiwan, 
killing 81 of the 179 people on board. 
In a blinding rainstorm the pilot uses 
the wrong runway and collides with 
construction equipment. 




D Canada mourns the death of former 
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who 
served the country for nearly 16 years. 
Trudeau, who was 80, is remembered 
for his flamboyant style and his 
commitment to keeping Canada a 
single nation. 



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GOVERNMENT LAW TRANSPORTATION 




Q In August, the Russian nuclear submarine 
Kursk sinks to the bottom of the Barents Sea 
after an unexplained explosion. All 118 crew 
members are killed. 



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□ Two hundred North and South 
Koreans separated from family 
members since the 1950-1953 
Korean war reunite in August. The 
four-day visits are a goodwill gesture 
by both countries' leaders, who met 
for the first time in June. 




AIDS reaches epidemic proportions 
in southern Africa. Leaders and 
citizens throughout the world 
conduct a massive educational 
campaign on World AIDS Day 
December 1 to teach people about 
the disease that is killing 6,000 
sub-Saharan Africans each day. 

Uganda is struck by an occurrence 
of the deadly Ebola virus that is 
linked to more than 100 deaths. 
The outbreak is traced to a Gulu 
woman who died in September 
and whose body infected other 
people during the ritual cleansing 
of the dead. 



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A in January 2001, a 7.9 magnitude 
earthquake devastates Gujarat in 
western India. The huge quake 
causes an estimated $5.5 billion 
in damages and kills more than 
20.000 people. 



A In August, Somalia elects its first 
president in nine years. President 
Abdiqasim Salad Hassan promises 
to bring peace and economic 
recovery to the African nation. 



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A Former Coca-Cola executive 
Vicente Fox, of the National 
Action Party, is elected president 
of Mexico in July, ending the 
Institutional Revolutionary Party's 
71-year reign. 



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A More than 150 world leaders meet 
at the U.N. Millennium Summit in 
September to discuss war, poverty, 
disease and other global problems. 
The meeting is the largest gathering 
of world leaders in history. 




□ The worst wave of Middle Eastern violence in years erupts between 
Israelis and Palestinians, leaving more than 350 dead. A visit by Israeli 
opposition leader Ariel Sharon to a Jerusalem holy site on September 28 
is claimed to have sparked the fighting. 



D In July, an Air France Concorde supersonic jet catches fire and crashes 
outside Paris, killing 113 people. The crash is blamed on metal debris which 
punctured the tires and damaged the fuel tanks. 




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U The U.S. Senate passes the 
Permanent Normal Trade Relations 
in September to open up trade 
between the United States and China. 
The bill is expected to increase U.S. 
exports by $13 billion annually. 



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D In the worst forest fire season in 50 years, more than 20,000 firefighters 
battle blazes in the western United States. More than 80 major wildfires 
bum across 13 states, forcing hundreds of people to leave their homes. 




D Firestone initiates the largest ire 
recall in history after dozens, of 
rollover accidents appear to be 
caused by faulty treads. At least 148 
deaths in the United States are linked 
to the defective tires, although other 
problems with sport utility vehicles 
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A Summer air travelers wait out 
some of the worst flight delays on 
record. Bad weather and heavy air 
traffic cause delays that reach a 
peak in June, when only 66% of 
the flights arrive on time. 



A Illegal downloading and missing 
computer tapes threaten the security 
of the Los Alamos nuclear weapons 
lab in New Mexico. Several 
workers at the lab are penalized 
for mishandling nuclear secrets. 



A The Women's Museum: An 
Institute for the Future opens in 
September in Dallas. The museum 
profiles 3,000 remarkable 
American women and features 
more than 20 interactive exhibits. 



A Many brands of taco shells and 
corn chips are pulled from store 
shelves and restaurants after a 
consumer group detects traces 
of genetically modified corn not 
approved for human consumption. 




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B Convicted of 
monopoly practices 
in the software 
industry, Microsoft 
Corporation is 
ordered by a federal 
district judge in June 
to break into two 
separate companies. 
Company chairman 
Bill Gates files for 
an appeal. 



A wave of Internet startup 
companies, once the darlings 
of the online economy, file for 
bankruptcy after falling short 
of stockholders' earnings 
expectations. The NASDAQ stock 
exchange, where most dot-coms 
are traded, loses 39% of its value 
for the year. 

Millions of Californians go for hours 
without power in January 2001 as 
utility companies cut off electrical 
supply due to low reserves. The 
crisis, blamed on aging generating 
plants, deregulation, soaring 
wholesale prices and debt-ridden 
utilities, spurs other states to 
begin devising prevention plans. 




H The Oklahoma City National 
Memorial is unveiled in April 2000. 
The memorial is built to honor the 168 
people who died in the 1995 bombing 
of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. 




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GOVERNMENT POLITICS BUSINESS 



s closest presidential election 
in more than 100 years, Republican 
George W. Bush of Texas beats 
Democrat Al Gore from Tennessee. 
The race isn't decided until 36 days 
after the popular election, when 
Florida's hotly contested \\ Ht < 
25 electoral votes are awarded to Bus 



Q On December 4, 2000, the U.S. presidency remains in 
limbo as both Florida and New Mexico officials recount 
ballots to determine who will win their state's electoral 
votes. New Mexico goes to Gore. Ultimately, Bush wins 
Florida which gives him a narrow victory. 



FLASH 



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On election night, several TV 
networks prematurely declare Al Gore 
the winner in Florida, only later to 
reverse themselves, twice. The 
fiasco confirms many Americans' 
distrust of polling and early "calling" 
of elections. 

In one of his first duties as President- 
elect, George W. Bush nominates 
Colin Powell to be Secretary of State. 
The four-star Army General becomes 
the first African-American in history 
to serve in this role. 



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A Chads, dimpled chads and butterfly 
ballots become common terms 
during the election as Florida officials 
assess voter intent. The confusion 
generates national discussion for 
uniform methods of voting. 



A The U.S. Supreme Court casts 
the deciding vote in the nation's 
election. The court ends the Gore- 
Bush legal battles in Florida by 
stopping all recounting, an action 
that effectively gives Bush victory. 



A in a fiery and highly publicized 
political battle, Hillary Rodham 
Clinton beats Republican Rick Lazio 
decisively to become senator from 
New York. She is the first first lady 
to be elected to public office. 






A Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan 
is elected to the Senate days after he 
dies in a November plane crash. His 
widow, Jean Carnahan, agrees to 
serve as senator in his place. 




Q The Federal Trade Commission charges the film, recording and 
video-game industries with marketing violent and adult-rated materials to 
teens. The entertainment giants are requested to stop the practice or face 
legal intervention. 



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SCI-TECH 



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capable of calendar 
scheduling, note taking, 
e-mailing, phoning and 
Web browsing go 
jnainstream in 2000. 
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manufacturers heats 
p with Microsoft, 
lackBerry, Palm and 
ither brands vying 
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Paleontologists identify a new 
species of dinosaur from fossils 
found in northern Italy. The 
26-foot-long, meat-eating 
Saltriosaur is one of the world's 
oldest dinosaurs, dating back 200 
million years. 

Scientists are forced to rethink the 
traditional definitions of a star and 
planet when 18 massive planet-like 
bodies that don't revolve around 
a sun are discovered in the Sigma 
Ononis cluster. 




Q Final touches are made to the 
International Space Station for its 
first residents. American astronaut 
Bill Shepherd and two Russian 
cosmonauts live on the space station 
for four months starting in November. 



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SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT 




D Wireless devices that send 
real-time personal messages 
between users become the latest 
communication craze. The "instant 
messages" can be typed, written or 
spoken, depending on the brand, 
and devices cost less than $100. 



Q In 2000, both Honda and Toyota launch gas-electric 
hybrid cars. Operated by a battery-powered electric motor 
and a gas-run engine, the hybrids get up to 70 miles per 
gallon on the highway and release minimal emissions. 



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New Internet domain names are 
created to lessen the load on the 
old .com standard. The new names, 
slated for use in mid-2001, include 
.info for general use, .biz for 
businesses, .name for individuals 
and .pro for professionals. 

Scientists complete a rough "map" 
of the genetic code that makes 
a person human. The map will aid 
in the detection and prevention of 
cancer and other illnesses. 



Q Amtrak introduces the nation's first high-speed train in 
November. The "Acela Express" travels up to 150 miles per 
hour and runs between Washington, D.C., New York and Boston 
with other routes planned for coming years. 



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Q New prepaid credit cards and 
online credit lines are the latest 
high-tech means for parents to 
control their teens' spending. 
Depending on the account, parents 
determine the spending limit or 
the online stores where the money 
can be spent and receive monthly 
statements of purchases made. 



Q A new Web site, Customatix.com, lets users design their own 
■sneakers. Starting from scratch or selecting a prefab model, users 
can pick everything from the colors and styling to the fabric and 
personalized logo at a cost of $80 to $95 a pair. 





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Men's Health offshoot covers sports, 
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publishers, releases new dictionaries, 
capturing the language of our 
computer-savvy culture. "Dot-com," 
"netiquette" and "cybersurfing" are 
among the new entries. 



A Pleather, a synthetic fabric 
that looks like leather, comes 
in an array of colors and prints 
and is popularized by celebrities 
like singer Christina Aguilera. 



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increasingly accepted alternative to 
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cell phones, CD players, 
cameras, irons and other 
household appliances. 



For the first time, females 
outnumber males in Internet use 
in the United States, representing 
50.4% of the online population 
in 2000. Teenage girls are the 
fastest growing user segment. 

Designer faceplates become a 
popular way to personalize 
cell phones. The decorative 
attachments come in a variety of 
designs and colors to match the 
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a trendy accessory in Hollywood 
and around the nation. The 
multi-colored elastic bands come 
inscribed with "Call me," "Money is 
overrated," "Snap out of it" and 
other simple messages designed 
to spark conversation. 



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2000-2001 



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Q Message T-shirts become fashion statements 
among teen girls. "Foxy Lady," "Princess" and "Monkey 
Around" are just a few of the tongue-in-cheek logos 
that appear on the popular shirts. 



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□ High-tech, fold-up metal versions 
of the old scooter are one of the year's 
hottest modes of transportation but 
also a leading cause of injury. 




By the end of 2000, an estimated 
75% of U.S. universities offer 
courses online and more than 5.8 
million students have logged on. 

With the 2000 unemployment rate 
at a low of 4%, college students 
working as summer interns 
command wages up to $20 an 
hour, along with compensation 
packages, from high-tech and 
Internet companies. 



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Origins, Hermes and Blistex begin become popular fashion accessorii 
to market products in portable for teen girls, accenting the face, 

single-use packets. Products include neck and shoulders, 
nail polish remover, scented wipes, 
hair conditioners and moisturizers. 



become popular fashion accessories Lands' End introduces "scan wear." 
for teen girls, accenting the face, The technology captures customers' 
neck and shoulders. body measurements, and allows 

users to virtually "try on" clothing 
when ordering via the Internet. 



A "Personal TVs" by TiVo and 
ReplayTV allow users to control 
live TV by pausing or rewinding 
and to record their favorite shows 
without having to set a VCR timer 
or purchase videotapes. 




Q Teens involved in anti-smoking organizations such as The Truth and 
Target Market strike back at Big Tobacco for marketing to youth, by 
launching their own in-your-face advertising campaigns targeting cigarette 
makers. The print and broadcast ads are sponsored by funds won from 
tobacco suit settlements. 



□ Chrysler rolls out its 1930s retro car, the PT Cruiser, in spring 2000. 
The five-door "personal transportation" wagon is a hot seller, beating the 
popular Volkswagen New Beetle by two to one in the first month. It also 
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"The Sims," which simulates the life of 
a suburban family, develops a fanatical 
following with teens. Players create the 
characters and guide them through 
building a house, furnishing it, finding 
a career and running a family in their 
pursuit of happiness. 




i □ The Millennium Force, the world's tallest and fastest roller 
I coaster, opens in May 2000 at the Cedar Point amusement park 
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G3 Jim Carrey stirs up trouble in the 
town of Whoville in an adaptation of 
the Dr. Seuss classic, How the Grinch 
Stole Christinas. The Grinch, which 
opens in November, is the highest 
grossing film of 2000. 






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A Meet the Parents, starring Robert 
De Niro and Ben Stiller, opens in 
October. The movie wins Favorite 
Comedy Motion Picture at the 
People's Choice Awards, and De Niro 
earns a Golden Globe nomination. 



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Q Gamers camp outside 
| electronics stores tp 
| secure the long-awaited 
I Sony PlayStation 2, which 
| goes on sale in October 
1 in limited quantities. The 
new version allows users 
to listen to CDs and watch 
DVD movies in addition to 
playing games. 



The first big hit in 2001 is Save 
the Last Dance, which opens in 
January. The teen romance, 
starring Julia Stiles and Sean 
Patrick Thomas, earns close to 
$50 million in its first two weeks. 

Pay It Forward, a movie based on 
the idea of performing random 
acts of kindness, opens in October 
starring Haley Joel Osment, 
Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt. 



A in December, CastAway\s 
released, starring Tom Hanks as a 
crash victim stranded on a desert 
island for four years. For his nearly 
one-man performance Hanks wins 
Best Actor at the Golden Globes. 




□ Tom Cruise reprises his role as 
Ethan Hunt in the action sequel 
Mission: Impossible 2. The May 
release is summer's biggest box-office 
draw and 2000's second-highest 
grossing film, earning more than 
$215 million. 



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MOVIES TELEVISION GAMES 




Q Popular television series prompt the introduction 
of board game versions. "Survivor" and "Who Wants 
To Be a Millionaire" lead the list of new releases. 



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Q NBC's White House drama "The 
West Wing," starring Martin Sheen, 
Allison Janney and Richard Schiff, 
sets a record for receiving the most 
Emmys in a single season with nine 
wins, including Outstanding Drama Series 




In November, illusionist David 
Blaine is encased in ice for 62 
hours in New York's Times Square, 
assisted only with air and 
water tubes and a catheter. Blaine, 
who was seeking notoriety over 
national TV, survives the stunt but 
requires hospitalization. 

Russell Crowe becomes a 
household name with the release 
of Gladiator. The epic film wins 
a Golden Globe Award for Best 
Drama as well as an acting nod 
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A NBC's "Will & Grace" is one of 
television's 10 most watched shows 
in 2000. Actors Sean Hayes and 
Megan Mullally win Emmys for their 
roles as Jack and Karen. 



A Scary Movie, the Wayans brothers' 
spoof on horror movies, is among 
the year's 10 highest grossing films. 
The July release earns more than 
$157 million and is voted the Teen 
Choice Awards Movie of the Summer. 



A Fox's "Dark Angel" is voted 
Favorite New Television Dramatic 
Series at the 2001 People's Choice 
Awards. The series, set in the year 
2019, explores the life of a genetically 
enhanced heroine named Max. 



A In July, Wolverine, Cyclops, 
Storm and other super-powerful 
comic book characters are brought 
to life in X-Men. The movie grosses 
over $157 million, one of the year's 
10 biggest box-office draws. 




Q Charlie's Angels, based on the popular 70s TV series, is one of the top 
20 box-office draws in 2000. The movie, starring director Drew Barrymore, 
Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu, earns $40 million its opening week in 
November and grosses more than $123 million during its run. 



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"Survivor," in which 16 contestants 
compete for a million dollars by surviving 
on a tropical island for 39 days. More than 
51 million viewers tune in for the final episode. 
Based on its success, CBS launches a second 
"Survivor" series in January 2001 set in the 
Australian Outback. 





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I Q A new board game called "Hip- 

f Hop Hall of Fame" capftalizes on 

I the popularity of the music genre. 

| Players make their way around 

I an album-like board by answering 

I questions about Hip-Hop performers, 

I songs, culture and history. 





□ In response to the growing interest in Latin music, CBS airs the 
"1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards" in September. The show is the first 
primetime network Spanish language telecast on American TV and draws 
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becomes the top-selling album of 
2000 with 10 million units sold. The 
lead single "Bye Bye Bye" wins three 
MTV awards and receives a Grammy 
nomination for Record of the Year. 



A Pop star Bjork wins MTV's 
Breakthrough Video Award for "All 
Is Full of Love." The Icelandic 
newcomer is also nominated for a 
Golden Globe and a Grammy for 
her music in Dancer In the Dark. 



A Macy Gray wins MTV's Best New A Lee Ann Womack wins the 
Artist in a Video award for her hit Country Music Association's award 

single "I Try." Gray is also nominated for Best Single with "I Hope You 
for three Grammys. Dance." Womack also receives 

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Madonna scores a record-setting 
12th No. 1 single with the release 
of "Music." In December, she 
weds director Guy Ritchie in a 
Scottish castle. 

Irish artist Samantha Mumba 
makes the music charts in 2001 
with her hit song "Gotta Tell You." 
The 17-year-old joins fellow 
countrymen U2 and The Corrs 
on the American airwaves. 



Q New brands 
and styles of 
portable MP3 
players inundate 
the market in 2000. 
The new-generation 
devices store and 
play digital music 
from the Internet 
and feature more 
playing time than 
their predecessors. 








G3 Creed, with lead singer Scott Stapp, 
proves to be one of 2000's hottest rock 
bands, with their singles "Higher" and 
"With Arms Wide Open" hitting the top 
5 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles list. 
The group wins American Music 
Association's Favorite Alternative Artist 
and Favorite Pop/Rock Album. 



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Q Opening week sales records are shattered in 2000 with CI A C II 
benchmarks set for the number of albums sold. Britney ■ fcHJII 
Spears' Oops...l Did it Again, Eminem's The Marshall Mathers 
LP, Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored 
Water and Backstreet Boys' Black & Blue all break the 
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H Napster loses several court battles with the recording 
industry over copyright infringement. The popular online 
music sharing service, with over 60 million users, faces 
shut-down unless it can create a new business formula 
that satisfies the major recording labels. 




The Beatles begin 2001 atop the 
Billboard album chart with the 
album 1. The CD sells more 
than 5 million copies over the 
holiday season. 

Sisqo, a member of the R&B 
band Dru Hill, goes solo in 2000. 
The singer tops the singles chart 
with "Incomplete" and "Thong 
Song" and takes home awards 
from Billboard and the American 
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which allows viewers to vote for 
their favorite music videos, 
continues to gain popularity. 
Host Carson Daly becomes one 
of the year's best-known faces. 



A Destiny's Child achieves three 
back-to-back No. 1 singles in 2000, 
making the band Billboard's Top 
Pop Artist of 2000. The group is 
nominated for five Grammys, four 
for the single "Say My Name." 



A Faith Hill and Tim McGraw perform 
to sellout crowds on their Soul 2 Soul 
tour. Hill and McGraw win the Country 
Music Association's Female and Male 
Vocalist of the Year, making them the 
first couple to win in the same year. 



A Pink is one of the year's top 
new artists. Her debut album, 
Can't Take Me Home, sells 2 
million copies, and two of her 
songs are Top 10 hits. 



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□ Rock music dominates the music charts and award shows in 2000. 
Groups including matchbox twenty, Vertical Horizon and 3 Doors Down top 
both the rock and pop singles charts with their respective singles "Bent," 
"Everything You Want," and "Kryptonite.' 





GS Baha Men's hit song "Who Let the Dogs Out" reaches anthem status 
at sports stadiums across the country. The song also wins a Grammy 
nomination for Best Dance Recording. 



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jiMets four games to i me Hie first "Subway 
: Series" since 1956. Ii i Rjfankees' third 
E straight IH Series vin and their 26th overall. 



□ Ame f in Marion Jones, 24, becomes tti3 first woman to 
win five track and field medals in a single Olympic Games 
at the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney. Jones wins the 100- 

and 20 iter sprints and the 4x400 relay, a I finishes 

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A Bobby Labonte wins the 2000 
NASCAR Winston Cup, his first after 
eight years on the circuit. Labonte 
and his brother Terry, winner of two 
previous Winston Cups, are the first 
brothers to win titles. 



A The Houston Comets beat the 
New York Liberty to win the 2000 
WNBA championship. The win is 
Houston's fourth in a row, and 
star Cynthia Cooper is named the 
finals MVP. 



A In the 2001 Orange Bowl, the 
underdog Oklahoma Sooners defeat 
the Florida State Seminoles 13-2 to 
win the National Championship. It 
is Oklahoma's first title in 15 years. 



A Australian Karrie Webb is named 
the LPGA's Player of the Year for the 
second time in a row. Webb wins 
seven titles in 2000, including the 
U.S. Women's Open in July, and sets 
an earnings record of $1.8 million. 



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second consecutive Tour de France in 
July. Armstrong, a cancer survivor, also 
writes his autobiography It's Not About 
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□ The Los Angeles Lakers win the NBA 
championship, the franchise's first in 12 years. 
The Lakers beat the Indiana Pacers in game six of 
. | the finals. Center Shaquille O'Neal is named MVP. 



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□ In June, the New Jersey 

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Cup in six seasons by defeating 
defending champion Dallas Stars 
four games to two in the finals. 
Scott Stevens wins the Conn 
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NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr., 
a seven-time Winston Cup champion, 
is killed on the last lap ot the 

I Daytona 500 in February 2001. 
NASCAR does not retire numbers, 
but car owner Richard Childress 

[said he will never again race 
Earnhardt's black No. 3 car. 

Xtreme Football debuts in February 
2001. The game combines 
conventional football rules with 
some of the mayhem of professional 
wrestling. Eight teams play in the 
league's first season. 



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A Laura Wilkinson overcomes 
three broken toes to win the 
women's 10-meter platform diving 
competition. Wilkinson is the first 
American woman to earn the gold 
in this Olympic event since 1964. 






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Greco-Roman wrestler Rulon 
Gardner defeats Russian legend 
Alexander Karelin for the gold in 
the super heavyweight class. The 
loss is Karelin's first in 13 years. 



A American swimmer Misty Hyman 
beats out heavily favored Susie 
O'Neill of Australia to win the 200- 
meter butterfly. Hyman's winning 
time of 2:05.88 is an Olympic record. 



A American runner Michael Johnson 
makes history by winning the 400- 
meter run for an unprecedented 
second time in a row at the Olympics. 
Alvin Harrison, also from the United 
States, wins the silver medal. 



□ The Baltimore Ravens beat the New York Giants 34-7 in Super Bowl 
XXXV for their first NFL title. Ray Lewis of Baltimore's highly touted defense 
tamed MVP of the game. 





□ Cathy Freeman carries the Olympic torch at the opening ceremonies 
of the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney. Freeman goes on to win the 400- 
meter dash, becoming the first Aboriginal Australian to earn an individual 
Olympic gold medal. 



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I Q Paula Prince of Port Richey, 
| Florida, wins the sixth annual Ugly 
j Couch Contest, sponsored by a 
slipcover manufacturer, with her 
vintage 70s entry. Prince and two 
I other contest finalists appear on 
I ABC's "Live! With Regis" in October. 





C3 Comedian Dennis Miller debuts as co-announcer on ABC's 
"Monday Night Football." Miller's offbeat humor gets a mixed 
reaction from fans, and the series earns some of the lowest 
ratings in its 31 -year history. 



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Q Fred Rogers, host of the children's 
PBS show "Mister Rogers' 
Neighborhood," announces he will tie 
his tennis shoes for the last time, 
when his final new episode airs in 
August 2001 . Rogers will continue to 
work on Web sites, books and special 
museum projects. 




Q In honor of the late 
cartoonist Charles M. 
Schulz, 101 fiberglass 
Snoopy statues — each in 
a theme wardrobe - 
displayed in Schulz's hometown 
of St. Paul. Several are 
auctioned off in October 
to raise money for 
aspiring cartoonists 




Video gamer Josh Griffith, 17, 
starts a business filling in for 
other gamers involved in an 
online roleplaying game called 
"Asheron's Call." Players are 
required to put in hours of 
game time to keep their online 
characters powerful. Busy 
executives pay Griffith up to 
$40 an hour to play for them. 

After a record 3,545 wins and 
$81 million in earnings during 
her 19-year career, jockey Julie 
Krone becomes the first woman 
inducted into the National Racing 
Hall of Fame. 



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Q Controversial Indiana University 
basketball coach Bob Knight is fired in 
September after allegedly violating a 
University-imposed code of conduct. 
During his 29 years at Indiana, Knight 
was often criticized for temper 
outbursts. His dismissal provokes 
student protest demonstrations. 

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Fresh off the stage with their diplomas, 
Chantavia Brown, Matt Campbell, Chris 
Cenik & Corey Cote show off their 
leatherette cover. 

JUST RELEASED 

Holding his copy of the 2001 Spindle, 
Brian Lindsay shows off the front cover 
waiting for friends to take a gel pen to the 
inside pages. 




ENTERING THE PROM 
Making their way through a sea of 
cameras, Michael Lenzi, Vanessa 
Bogosian, Dan Carney & Laura Hughes 
pause for smiles upon arriving at the 
Lowell Memorial Auditorium. 



Baseball 


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Volleyball 


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Crew 


224 


Special Events 


236 


Lacrosse 


226 


Senior Week 


238 


Softball 


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Prom 


242 


Tennis 


230 


Graduation 


250 


Track & Field 


232 


Corrections 


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CROSSING THE PLATE 

Putting one on the board, leadoff man 

Mickey Ryan scores standing up. Mickey 

was voted to the MVC AH Conference 

team& The Boston Globe All-Scholastic 

Team. 



READY TO FIRE 

From the stretch, senior Derek Sodre looks 
to hit his spot on the upcoming pitch. 
Derek was named an MVC All Star for 
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MVC Champions 



The Red Raiders got off to a 
tremendous start going 9-0 before 
suffering their first lost to 
Chelmsford. Their undefeated start 
earned the team the #1 ranking in the 
state by The Boston Globe . After a 
three game skid, the Red Raiders got 
back on track against Lawrence with 
help from pitcher Mickey Ryan. 
Mickey tossed his first career no- 
hitter versus the Lancers. 
After completing the second half of 
the regular season, the Red Raiders 
clinched sole possession of the MVC 
Championship from Chelmsford by 
beating Billerica4-3 under the strong 
pitching of James Shaughnessy. 



Mickey Ryan played his role by 
hitting the game winning double in 
the bottom of the seventh. 
Lowell matched up against the MVC 
Small School Champion, Tewksbury 
& came away victorious in the bottom 
of the 10th on a two-run single by 
Tom Boyle. 

Lowell beat 2000 MVC Champs 
Central twice to boost their regular 
season record to 16-5. 
The Raiders finished their tournament 
season in a 3-1 loss for the Division 
1 North Championship to Lexington. 
A highlight of tournament play was 
the win/elimination over state 
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With all her strength, Lauren Faust strikes 

back with a backhand smash. 



FRONT COURT PRESSURE 
Lending their leadership skills, Coach 
Mike DeVincenzi with seniors Joe 
Sargeant & Corey Smith lead the way for 
the Red Raiders. 





BALANCING ACT 
Blasting out a rocket of a return, captain 
Eileen Cohn puts her weight into her legs 
to make the volley. Eileen was awarded 
the FLHS Most Improved Award. 



CONCENTRATION TIME 
Waiting for just the right moment, Corey 
Smith eyes his opponent at the opposite 
end of the court. Corey teamed up with 
Baun Bauth to advanced to the Quarter 
Final doubles match at the North 
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PERFECT LANDING 

Just finishing her jump, senior Meghan 

Trudel sticks her landing in the long jump 

event. 



READY TO SOAR 

Eyeing the hurdles' ahead, Lowell 
sophomore Jenn Davis & senior Lauren 
Beausoliel get ready for another leap over 
their fourth hurdle in the 100m hurdles. 
At the Class A meet, Lauren placed 9th in 
the 300 hurdles with a time of 51.0 flat. 




Leaps & Bounds 




Lawrence 

Billerica 

Andover 

Haverhill 

Central 



FLHS Most Improved 
Ashley Nolet 

FLHS Coaches Award 
Sarah Staid 



GIRLS' TRACK & FIELD (Front L-R) Sarah Staid, Meghan Trudel, Lauren Beausoleil, Laura 
Hughes, Sousavanh Philakhong, Leanne Sandberg (Middle L-R) Asst. Coach Kaity McNeil, 
Head Coach MaryBeth Donnelly, Shelagh Murphy, Allie Beausoliel, Bria Louriero, Peppy 
Hamourgas, Edie, Caroline Ravagne, Lindsey Gianis, Stephanie Morris, Disha Patel, Barbara 
Lee, Amanda Bailey, Asst. Coach Peter Molloy (Back L-R) Jennifer Davis, Katie Brodeur, 
Nancy Stronach, Nicole Thurston, Andrea Staid, Leah Dokos, Katelyn Baraby, Katelyn 
Moloney 




Second Place in MVC 

FLHS Most Valuable 

Jeff Meehan 

All Conference in Triple Jump 

300M Hurdles 

Sei School Record 

Class A State Champ 

Third til All State 

Third in New England 

FLHS Most Improved 

Justin Robinson 

All Conference in Shot Put 

Second at Class A 

Shot Put 

Discus 

Sixth at All State 

Seventh in New England 

FLHS Coaches Awards 

Chris Voutselas 

Jeff Ross 



BOYS' TRACK & FIELD (Front L-R) Pat Morasse, Jeff Meehan, David Silva, Mike Burns, 
John DeAngelis, Edwin Chindongo, James Johnson, Ronnie Lutkus, Jay Beausoliel (Middle 
L-R) Kevin Juszack, Andrew Downey, Julio Faria, Mike Haakenstad, Nick Piskopanis, Brian 
Monroe, Peter Lee, Mario Lopez, Jon Patterson, Joe Sullivan (Back L-R) Tim Nichols, Rory 
Peters, Billy Gendron, David Gonsalves, Jeff Ross, Justin Robinson, Peter Romanowsky, John 
Miranda, Ken Welch, Greg Ouellette, Joe Kelly, Kyle Knutson, Chris Voutselis, Andy Perez, 
Adam DeAngelis, Claudius Zorokong, Ben Downey, Jason Sweet, Ethan Brown 




! 



ALL BUSINESS 

Concentrating for his run down the path, 
senior John DeAngelis charges down the 
runway with fierce determination. 



Track & Field 



One Last Time 



CLOSE CALL 

Barely making it over the bar, senior 
Edwin Chindongo clears with only a few 
inches to spare, Edwin was named an 
MVC All Star. Also named MVC All 
Stars were Mike Haakenstad, Ethan 
Brown, Andrew Downey, Ronnie Lutkus 
& Jeff Ross.- 

IN THE SWING OF THINGS 
After taking her final practice spin, senior 
Laura Hughes twirls in momentum to 
release the discus. Laura was the recipient 
of the FLHS Coaches Award. 




CAPTAIN CALL 

Providing leadership to the girls' team, 
Lauren Beausoleil, Sousavanh 
Philakhong & Laura Hughes work to 
strengthen confidence & speed. Lauren 
was awarded the FLHS Most Valuable 
Player Award. 




MID FLIGHT 

Almost over the hurdle, James Johnson 
eyes his next obstacle. James finished 
fourth in the MVC high hurdles & in the 
4x 100 relay. Rounding out his day, James 
tied for sixth in the high jump. James was 
named to the MVC All Conference Team. 

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS 
Working with the coaches, captains Dave 
Silva, Mike Burns, Edwin Chindongo, 
James Johnson & John DeAngelis look to 
play a major role in the Merrimack Valley 
Conference. 



Edited by Emily Gilday & Sousavanh Philakhong 



Track & Field 



STRENGTH IN SENIORS 
Looking to establish themselves as an 
elite program in Eastern Massachusetts, 
Souksovanh Souriya, Adler Augustin, 
Rotha Hay & Ralph Georges look to lead 
the Red Raiders to the state tournament. 



DEFENSE ALL AROUND 
Taking a break from the action, Coach 
Lorrinda Collucci gathers her players on 
the sideline for a mid-set conference. 




ABOVE IT ALL 

High off the ground, Ralph Georges 
reaches over the net to block a spike from 
his opponents. Ralph received the FLHS 
Most Improved Award. 





GOING FOR IT ALL 
Stretched out for the spike, Souksavanh 
Souriya uses his power to make the spike 
count. Souksavanh was given the FLHS 
Unsung Hero Award at the spring sports 
i award night. 





BREAK 

Pumping each other up, teammates look 
to get the win on the next point. Lincoln 
Januario was named an MVC All- 
Conference Player & received the FLHS 
MVP Award. 




Volleyball 



One Last Time 





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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL (Front L-R) Souksavanh Souriya, Adler Augustin. Saratli Cheap, Rotha Hay, Ralph Georges (Back 
L-R) Assistant Coach Paul Brochu, Soben Buth. Dhwal Patel, Kimhong Houth, Dyra Tan, James Ly, Lincoln Januario, Head 
Coach Lorrinda Collucci 



ON THE RETURN 

Returning the volley, captain Rotha Hay 
takes control of the game by getting up 
for the shot. Rotha was named an MVC 
All Star. 



Net 



Scoreboard 


Won/Lost 


Westford 


Won 


Billerica 


Won 


Lawrence 


Won 


Dracut 


Won 


Chelmsford 


Won 


Central Catholic 


Won 


Methuen 


Lost 


St. John's Prep 


Lost 


Haverhill 


Lost 


Westford 


Won 


Billerica 


Won 


Lawrence 


Lost 


Andover 


Lost 


Dracut 


Lost 


Chelmsford 


Won 


Central Catholic 


Won 


Methuen 


Lost 


St. John's Prep 


Won 


Haverhill 


Lost 


Chelmsford 


Won 


Cambridge R&L 


Lost 



Edited by Emily Gilday 



Volleyball 



IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

Taking their final bow, the cast & crew of 

South Pacific shine after two fanastic 

performances. 



Special Events 

South Pacific 

Cyrus W. Irish Auditorium 

March 30 & 31 



Red Cross Blood Drive 

Guidance Foyer 

May 8 

Honor Awards Night 

Cyrus W. Irish Auditorium 

May 8 

Spring Dance Concert 

Cyrus W. Irish Auditorium 

May 10 




FACE TO FACE 

Gathering together after their stellar 

performance, Julia Cline, Stephanie 

Tzimas, Nicole Clay, Heather Gavin & 

Kerry Sheehan wait unmask for the 

audience. 

DRIP DRIP DRIP 

Making her deposit, senior Tammy 

Sweeney sacrifices some class time to 

donate blood to the Red Cross blood 

bank. 



GET MORE, PAY LESS 
Staged with surprise, Sean McKenna 
accepts the MIT New England Science 
Teachers' Award from Ms. Letsou during 
Honor Awards Night. 



Special Events 



ONE TOO MANY 

Deciding who to choose, Big Spender 

Bruce Wyatt mulls over his choice of 

Samneang Sin or Crystal Petterson after 

his performance during the Spring Dance 

Concert. 



THE AFTERMATH 

Replenishing himself after giving a pint 

of blood, Jim Sloan feasts on animal 

crackers & displays his wound to the 

onlookers. 




OUTSTANDING ATHLETES 
Showing their John J. Beaulieu Awards, 
David Silva & Tabitha Hebert proudly 
display their statues for outstanding 
athleticism throughout their four years. 



OVER DELIGHTED 
Happily receiving the Bartlett School 
Alumni Award, Cindy Luong accepts the 
award from presenter Peter Stamas. 



Edited by Carrie Rondeau & April O'Connor 



Special Events 



A LOOK BACK 

Thumbing through the yearbook at the 
senior breakfast, Darcie DeAngelo, 
Ashley Abcunas, Marina Harrington & 
Stephanie Maniscalso gather around the 
cafe tables one last time. 

GIVE THEM A HAND 
Clapping for the performers on stage 
during the comedy hypnosis, Melissa King 
& Joel Marchand enjoy the antics. Check 
out www.swfb.net for photos. 






I NEED HELP HERE 
Using all their might, male students under 
hypnosis attempt to lift a "1000 pound t- 
shirt" off the stage floor. With a change in 
his voice, Steve Wronker helps out the 
guys & changes the t-shirt to feather- 
weight. 



REAL LIVE SINGING 

Having memorized the words to several 

songs, Cubie Pena doesn't need the help 

of the monitor to get through his number. 

Cubie was awarded the First Place prize 

of $50 for his outstanding karaoke 

performance. 




Senior Week 



One Last Time 




READY TO HIT 

Waiting for the pitch, four year veteran 
Matt Michaud sets up in the box. Matt's 
season ended abruptly during the North 
Andover game when a player slid into 
him at second base & broke his leg. 




MOTORS I 
WELL i 




NICE SHOOT 

Throwing down to second, three year 
starter Chris Cenik fires the ball from 
behind the plate. 

SENIOR STRENGTH 
Veteran leaders (Front L-R) Tri-Captain' s 
Mickey Ryan, James Shaughnessy & Matt 
Michaud (Back L-R) Derek Sodre, Chris 
Cenik, Garrett Trombly, Tom Boyle & 
Steve Davidson work together to bring 
home a title. 



Scoreboard 




Us Them 


Westford 4 


3 


BC High 6 


5 


N. Middlesex 5 


4 


Methuen 12 


4 


Central 5 


3 


Chelmsford 7 
Haverhill 12 


5 
4 


Andover 6 


1 


Tewksbury 10 





Methuen 


4 


Chelmsford 4 


12 


Dracut 4 


5 


Lawrence 8 





Andover 4 


2 


Central 3 





Billerica 4 


3 


Tewksbury 5 


4 


Haverhill 1 


8 


N. Andover 5 


3 


Tewksbury 7 





Methuen 


1 


Boston Latin 7 





Lincoln-Sudbury 1 1 


8 


St. John's Prep 10 


7 


Lexington 1 


3 



VARSITY BASEBALL (Front L-R) Eric Mojica, Michael Ryan, James Shaughnessy, Matt Michaud, Pat Mullen (Back L-R) 
Pat Donovan, Derek Sodre, Chris Cenik, Garrett Trombly, Tom Boyle, Steve Davidson, Bobby Theriault, David Yeomans (Not 
Pictured Head Coach George Cunha, Assistant Coach Dick O'Loughlin) 



Edited by James Shaughnessy 



Baseball 



DUAL ACTION 

Practicing for an upcoming meet, rowers 
move along the smooth current of the 
murky Merrimack River. Working out of 
the Bellegarde Boathouse, crew members 
practiced on land & on water. 




SMOOTH SAILING 

Getting ready to ride the Merrimack, coxen Adam Donahue instructs his teammates on 

moving away from the dock. 



WORCESTER 


NORTHHAMPTON REGATTA 


HANOVER, NH 


Girl's 2nd Varsity 


Boy's Varsity 8 


Boy's 2nd Varsity 


Second Place 


Fourth Place 


First Place 


Girl's Varsity 8 


Girl's Novice 8 


Boy's Varsity 8 


Third Place 


Third Place 


First Place 




Girl's 2nd Varsity 8 


Girl's Novice 8 




Third Place-Heal J 


Second Place 




Fourth Place-Hear 2 


Fourth Place 




Girl's Varsity 8 


Girl's 2nd Varsity 




Second Place-Heat I 


Second Place 




Fourth Place-Final 


Girls Varsity 8 
Second Place 



PUSHING OFF 

Helping out the boat, Colleen Dowling shoves off an oar to assist the Girls' First 8 boat 

into the Merrimack. 



PHILLIPS-ANDOVER 

Boy's 2nd Varsity 8 

First Place 

Boy's Varsity 8 

Second Place 

Girl's Novice 8 

Second Place 

Fourth Place 

Girl's 2nd Varsity 8 

Second Place 

Girl's Varsity 8 

Second Place 



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quid 



MOTHER'S DAY REGATTA 

Boy's Novice 8 
Second Place-Heal 
Fourth Place-Final 

Boy's Varsity 8 

Fourth Place-Heat 

Second Place-Petite Final 

Girl's Novice 8 

Fourth Place-Heal 

Second Place-Petitle Final 

Girl's 2nd Varsity 8 

Sixth Place-Heat 

Third Place-Petite Final 

Girl's Varsity 8 

Fifth Place-Heat 

Third Place-Petite Final 



NORTHEAST REGIONAL JR 
CHAMPIONSHIP 

Boy's 2nd Varsity 8 

Third Place 

Boy's Varsity 8 

Third Place 
Girl's Novice 8 
Third Place-Heat 
Girl's 2nd Varsity 8 
Third Place-Heat 
Girl's Varsity 8 
Fourth Place 



Crew 



One Last Time 




On the Waterfront 




(Front L-R) Maureen O'Regan, Kerry Murphy, Elizabeth Smith, Colleen 
Dowling (Back L-R) Ashley Boucher, Lauren Clegg, Elizabeth Logan. Head 
Coach Bill McGeowan, Kalie Theodoros, Ra Un, Melissa Gagnon 



EASY DOES IT 

Lowering the boat into the water, Nicole Mahr & Laura Stotz stand carefully on 

the edge of the dock. 





(Front L-R) Michael Janeiro, Adam Donahue. Joel Marchand, Ken Quigley, 
Guilherme Zacharais Andre, Ricky Regan (Back L-R) Head Coach Bill 
McGeowan Jon Broe, Josh Petropoulos, Sean McKenna, Matt McLarney, Sean 
Linnehan, James Thibodeau, Matt Broe 



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Working together as a team, the Boys' First 8 make their way along the river with 

quick, long strokes. 

MA PUBLIC HS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP NEIRA HANOVER, NH 

Boy's Novice 8 Boy's Varsity 8 Boy's Novice 8 

First Place Fifth Place-Hear Second Place 

Boy's Varsity 8 Girl's 3rd Varsity Boy's Varsity 8 

Sixth Place Sixth Place Third Place 

Girl's Novice 8 Girl's Varsity 8 Girl's 2nd Novice 8 

Third Place-Heat Fifth Place Fourth Place 

Sixth Place-Final Girl's Novice 8 

Girl's 2nd Vaarsity 8 ThirdPlace 

Fourth Place Girl's 2nd Varsity 8 

Girl's Varsity 8 Third Place 

Third Place-Heat Girl's Varsity 8 

Fourth Place-Final Fourth Place 




(Front L-R) Erin Loughran, Laura Stotz, Jackie Serrano, Jessica Silva, Eliza 
Allard (Back L-R) Katie Sadlier, Stephanie Mood. Head Coach Bill 
McGeowan.Victoria Pena. Shannon Martins. Sylvia Rocha 



Edited by Jessie Blanchard 



Crew 



TIMEOUT 

Coach Bibeau takes time to give junior 

midfielder Paul Feeney advice for the 

game. 



PLAYING HARD 

Senior captain Mike Kandrotas gains 
position and the ball from the fallen 
Tyngsboro player. 



BALL DOWN 

A crowd of Lowell & Tyngsboro players 
fight for position & possession of the ball. 
In the mix for Lowell are juniors Ryan 
Keefe & Peter Cavanaugh. 











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Making a terrific save on a hard shot, 

senior goalie Ben Murphy fends off the 

opposition. 



ON THE MOVE 

After stripping a Tyngsboro attackman, 
senior defenseman John Kenney runs up 
the field looking for an open pass. 



Lacrosse 




One Last Time 



Sticking to the Game Plan 





Boys' Scoreboard 




Won/Lost 


Billerica 


Lost 


Andover 


Lost 


Chelmsford 


Lost 


Lynn English 
Brookline 


Lost 
Lost 


Tyngsboro 

Salem 


Lost 
Won 


Andover 


Lost 


Arlington 

Tyngsboro 

Chelmsford 


Lost 
Lost 
Lost 


Blackstone 


Won 


Salem 


Won 


Arlington 


Lost 




VARSITY LACROSSE (Front L-R) Ed Kennedy, Peter Gilmore, Tim Owens, 
Mike Kandrotas, John Kenney, John Crocker, Donny Chanthavong, Ben Murphy, 
Mike Lenzi (Back L-R) Head Coach Kevin Bibeau, Mike Black, Peter Cavanaugh, 
Jon Dolan, Jon Murphy, Paul Feeney, Pat Draper, Matt Trainor, Jared Fairweather, 
Steven Kane, Ryan Keefe, JV Coach Matt Vasquez, Volunteer Coach Tony Black 




1 Girls' Opponents I 



Acton/Boxboro 

Canton 

Belmont 

Masconomet Regional 

Westford Academy 

Tyngsboro 

Concord/Carlisle 

Bedford 




INAUGURAL GIRLS LACROSSE (Front L-R) Ellie Kennedy, Stacy Theriault, 
Sara Brunelas, Liz Driscoll, Vanessa Bogosian, Amanda Villandry, Courtney 
Fallon, Sara Narbonne (Middle L-R) Krishna Hunt, Efi Kyriazidis, Kristen Murphy, 
Megha Patel, Kathy Do, Stephanie Cheung, Ashley Fallon, Liz Green (Back L-R) 
Laura Duand, Jessica Hayes, Krystal Ortiz, Meghan Shaughnessy, Mikaela 
McCarthy, Kristin Sorota, Paula Lopez, Aislyn Plath, Britney Tucker, Coach 
Robert Murphy 



SURE SHOT 

Taking a shot on the Tyngsboro goalie, 
junior midfielder Steven Kane gives the 
ball a spin. 





LEADERS OF THE PACK 
Playing in their first season of Lacrosse, 
Liz Driscoll & Vanessa Bogosian worked 
with younger players to help them 
understand the upcoming sport. 

LACROSSE SENIORS 
Class of 2001 includes (FrontL-R) Peter 
Gilmore, Michael Kandrotas, Donny 
Chanthavong, Michael Lenzi & (Back L- 
R) Coach Kevin Bibeau, Ed Kennedy, 
Tim Owens, John Kenney, John Crocker 
& Ben Murphy. 



Edited by John Kenney & Mike Kandrotas 
Revised by Sousavanh Philakhong & Emily Gilday 



Lacrosse 



THROWING TO THE PLATE 
Leaning into her throw, third baseman 
Tabitha Hebert delivers the ball to save a 
run. Tabitha received several awards for 
her hard work including FLHS Most 
Valuable Player. 



USING YOUR STRENGTH 
With power & might, batter Kelly Fleming 
puts all she has into her swing. Kelly 
received the FLHS Coaches Award at the 
annual spring sports banquet. 





Tournament Time Again 



Around the Diamond 



The Lady Red Raiders made an impressive 
run in the Division 1 Region. Finishing 
the season with a 17-6 record, Lowell's 
fantastic season ended at Aprile Field in 
Wilmington. The Raiders came up on the 
heart-breaking end to Reading, 2-1. For 
the past three years, Lowell met Reading 
in the semi-final game, but couldn't make 
it three in a row. Scoring in the top of the 
first, Lowell gave their all to hold on to 
the lead. Reading tied it up in the bottom 
of the 6th & took home the win in the 
bottom of the 7th. 

Up until the semi-final game, Lowell 
had beat top seed Lexington 1 -0 & in the 
opening round, Everett 10-4. As MVC 
Coach of the Year Rick O'Brien stated, 
"It is luck at the higher level games." 
Refering to making it beyond the semi- 
final rounds, Assistant Coach Billy Hoey 



agreed with those sentiments confirming 
that teams hit & play well in tournament 
action & teams can't expect to win with a 
1 run lead every time. 

Power senior players Tabitha Hebert, 
Ashley Cote, Kelly Fleming & sophomore 
Laurie Tanguay were named to the MVC 
All Conference Team & MVC All Stars. 
Kelly was also awarded the Mary Mullin 
Student-Athlete Award. Tabitha Hebert 
also was selected the MVC Division 1 
Player of the Year was nominated as 
Boston Herald All Scholastic. 

A final thought from Coach Rick 
O'Brien, "...Outstanding defensive 
team... maybe the best hitting team in 
LHS softball history." 




ROLE MODELS 

Leading the way, seniors Tabitha Hebert, 
Ashley Cote, Coach Rick O'Brien, Kelly 
Fleming & Stephanie Ballos plan to be on 
top of the MVC standings by the end of 
the season. 



Softball 



One Last Time 




A HOP AND A SKIP 

Swiftly moving across home plate, Laurie 

Tanguay tags the base for another run 

against Lawrence. Laurie came up big 

with a solo home run in the top of the first 

inning to beat Lexington in tournament 

play. 




PRE-STRETCH 

Out on Martin Field, seniors Ashley Cote 
& Stephanie Ballos stretch out before 
their home opener. 

HIGH FIVES 

After fielding balls during warm-ups, team 
starters line the first base side to get 
psyched up prior to the first pitch. Kelly 
Fleming is congratulated by Stephanie 
Ballos, Alyssa Sargent, Assistant Coach 
Bill Hoey, Kim Sullivan, Tabitha Hebert 
& Laurie Tanguay. 



Scoreboard 

Won/Lost 

Westford Academy Won 

N. Middlesex Won 

Methuen Won 

Tewksbury Won 

Lawrence Won 

Central Catholic Lost 

Dracut Won 

Andover Won 

Billerica Won 

Methuen Won 

Chelmsford Lost 

Westford Academy Won 

Notre Dame Academy Won 



Central Catholic 


Lost 


Acton-Boxboro 


Lost 


Billerica 


Won 


Acton-Boxboro 


Won 


Haverhill 


Won 


Dracut 


Won 


Chelmsford 


Lost 


Everett 


Won 


Lexington 


Won 


Reading 


Lost 




VARSITY SOFTBALL (Front L-R) Heather Ryan, Stephanie Michalczyk (Middle L-R) Laurie Tanguay, Jen Scannell 
Stephanie Ballos, Nicole Betty (Back L-R) Team Manager Mindy Gervais, Kim Sullivan. Alyssa Sargent. Tabitha Hebert, 
Ashley Cole, Kelly Fleming, Kerri Colarheta 



Edited by Jessie Blanchard & Sambath Bo 



Softball 



STRIKING DISTANCE 

Gracefully volleying the serve back to her opponent, senior superstar Nicole Rodger 
swings with power. Nicole used her power to avenge her only loss against Andover, 
bringing her regular season record to an astonishing 15-1. Nicole's other accolades 
included Sun Star of the Week, MVC Co-Player of the Year & was the # 1 singles player 
at LHS for four years with a record of 60-12. 



Tennis Anyone 




Boys' Scoreboard 


Won/Loss 


Billerica 


Won 


Central Catholic 


Loss 


Chelmsford 


Loss 


Methuen 


Loss 


Lawrence 


Won 


Andover 


Loss 


Haverhill 


Won 


Billerica 


Won 


Central Catholic 


Loss 


Chelmsford 


Loss 


Methuen 


Won 


Lawrence 


Won 


Andover 


Loss 


Haverhill 


Loss 



Girls' Scoreboard 



Billerica 

Notre Dame 

Central Catholic 

Chelmsford 

Methuen 

Tewksbury 

Lawrence 

Andover 

Haverhill 

Billerica 

NDA 

Central Catholic 

Chelmsford 

Methuen 

Tewksbury 

Lawrence 

Andover 

Haverhill 

Everett 

Boston Latin 



Us 
4 
4 
1 

2 
3 
5 
5 

5 
4 
4 
1 
2 
4 
5 
2 

1 

5 
3 




Them 
1 
1 
4 
3 
2 


5 

1 
1 
4 
3 
1 

3 
4 

2 
5 



SERVING 
IT UP 
Striking the 
ball with 
force", Joe 
Sargent 
serves up an 
ace. 




GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS (FrontL-R)KristaLambroukos,MeaghanKeefe, Courtney 
Decker, Courtney Keefe (Back L-R) Coach Jennifer Carey, Nicole Rodger, Christina 
Bates, Lauren Faust, Eileen Cohn, Anne Mangan (Missing from photo Anne Le) The 
FLHS Coaches Award was presented to Christina Bates while Courtney Decker won 
the FLHS Sportmanship Award. 



BOYS' VARSITY TENNIS (Front L-R) Corey Smith, Joe Sargent (Middle L-R) 
Andrew Lawrensen, Baun Bauth, Sopheaktra Eng, Brendon White (Back L-R) Rufaro 
Gomwe, Tim Dalton, Bill Ryan, Brian Bergeron, Jaime O'Heam, Head Coach Mike 
DeVincenzi 



Tennis 



One Last Time 




Edited by Vanny Suy & Sophean Lim 
Revised by Tammy Sweeney & Kristin Hamilton 



Tonight & the Rest of My Life 




Edited by Vanny Suy & Sophean Lim 
Revised by Tammy Sweeney & Kristin Hamilton 



Tonight & the Rest of My Life 



In the Blink 
of an Eye. ... 

Over 500 graduates make their way across 
the stage & leave behind four years at LHS 



Under bright blue skies, after a 
weekend of all rain, family, 
friends, faculty & graduates 
gathered for the 2001 Graduation 
Exercises on Tuesday, June 5. 
After E House grads entered the 
arena, A, B, C & finally D House 
students processed to their seats. 
Members of the Air Force JrROTC 
presented the colors & vocalist 
Buntha Kouy sang the Star 
Spangled Banner. Members of the 
Acappella Choir entertained the 
audience by singing Bring on 
Tomorrow. Making introductory 
remarks, Headmaster William J. 
Samaras welcomed dignitaries 
including 100 former elementary 
& middle school teachers. Student 
Government President Christina 



Bates read the Reflection 
statement while Class President 
Vanessa Bogosian presented 
Mayor Eileen Donoghue with the 
Class Gift. Superintendent Dr. 
Karla Brooks Baehr presented 
Carney Medalists their diplomas. 
Dr. Wendy Jack read the names 
of students who achieved a rank 
of 90% or better, while Master 
Dr. David Moorehouse gave 
honorable mention to those who 
had perfect attendance during 
their high school years. Susan 
Gryszkiewicz gave the 
Valedictory address & Christine 
Mulligan gave the Salutatory 
remarks. The presentation of 
diplomas by Mayor Donoghue 
capped off an eventful evening. 




STAR SPANGLED BANNER Getting 
adjusted to the correct microphone, 
Buntha Kouy belts out the national 
anthem. Buntha competed against 4 other 
graduates for the honor of singing for his 
classmates. 

LAST DIPLOMA Receiving the last 
diploma from Mayor Eileen Donoghue, 
Quiojing Wu smiles graciously. 




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ANTICIPATION 

Outside the arena, Danielle Garneau, 
Ana Gutierrez, Cara Dugas & Lauren 
Moloney smile for friends & family. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Making her way across the stage, Sharon 
Montminy shakes Headmaster Samaras' 
hand as she exits the platform. 



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One Last Time 



PAUL E. TSONGAS ARENA 
Serving as background for graduation for 
the past three years, the Tsongas Arena 
comfortably seated graduates' guests. 

INFLUENTIAL FORMER TEACHERS 
Listening to George Zarilidis read his 
speech, Susan Fineman acknowledges her 
role as an inspiration to George. 




CARNEY MEDALISTS 

Proud graduates Susan Gryszkiewicz (Valedictorian), Darcie DeAngelo, Christine Mulligan 
(Salutatorian), Joseph Sargent, Michael Burns & Hugh Gannon display their Carney 'Medals. 
Carney Medals are a tradition awarded each year to the three top ranked boys & girls. 



Edited by Kristin Hamilton & Tammy Sweeney 



Graduation 



FIRST IN THE CLASS 
As the start of E House, Erik Arvidson 
distinguishes himself as the first graduate 
to receive his diploma. 



THE FUTURE IN OUR HANDS 
Receiving her medal & diploma, Susan 
Gryszkiewicz thanks Superintendent Dr. 
Karla Brooks Baehr & Dr. David 
Moorehouse. 




TAKING THE LEAD 

Graduate Angel Rivera shows Tha Yok 

what cap he should be wearing for this 

occasion. No baseball hats, but cap & 

tassel. 

I DID IT 

All smiles heading off the stage, Melissa 
King waves to family & friends upon 
receiving her diploma. 




A STEP AHEAD 

Getting some assistance, Paul Neak makes 
some final adjustments before lining up 
with graduates of his house. 



Graduation 





IT'S ALL OVER 

Waving to her family, Kerri Russell gets 
hugged by best bud Jessica Bellemare. 
Only a few students ran up to friends after 
the diplomas were awarded. 



A FIRM HANDSHAKE 
Thanking Headmaster Samaras, graduate 
Jermaine Polk gives a firm hold while 
grasping his diploma. 




LAST MINUTE ADJUSTMENTS 
Getting help from Ashley Cote & Tommy 
Boyle, Sharen Wheatley proudly displays 
the new National Honor Society sash. 

IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
Among a sea of graduates, Kelly Fleming 
stands for recognition of achieving a 
scholarship rank of 90% or better over the 
past four years. 



A PROUD MOMENT 
Sitting comfortably, Peter Gilmore, Emily 
Gilday & Danielle Garneau show off their 
diploma covers. 



Edited by Kristin Hamilton & Tammy Sweeney 



Graduation 




Graduation 



DOING A JIG 

Stepping to Riverdance, Sean Thellen 
kicks his legs up high for his version of an 
Irish step dance. 

EYES ON THE MONITOR 
Living la vida loca, Buntha Kouy eyes the 
words on the monitor while managing to 
swing his hips like Ricky Martin. 




Senioritis sets 
in early 

Senior week activities in full swing after the 
Prom & a long weekend getaway. . . 



Senior Week activities 
began after exams ended the 
week of May 25 . On Thursday, 
May 24, seniors flocked to the 
auditorium for Curtis Knight' s 
Karaoke Contest. Over 100 
seniors listened, laughed & 
even attempted to sing a song 
or two. With the prom taking 
center stage on Friday night, 
students headed to various 
escapes such as the beach or 
Boston or even to a lakeside 
hideaway for the long 
weekend. 

Steve Wronker's Comedy 
Hypnosis drew over 50 



volunteers to the stage, 
attempting to go under for a 
chance to try their luck at 
hypnosis. A final 17 made it to 
the end of the session & yelled 
"I did it!" as they remembered 
everything they had done. 

Audience members roared 
while seniors were subjected 
to some funny situations. 

On Wednesday, May 30, a 
laser light & music display lit 
up the auditorium. Seniors 
were handed their 2 001 Spindle 
with a gel pen on May 3 1 at the 
Senior Breakfast. 




PREPARED TO GET SIGNATURES 
Fresh from the check-out line, Indira 
'Nketiah steadies her yearbook, mug & 
pens until she finds a place to start signing. 



THIS I PROMISE YOU 

Singing the latest hits, Sang Tran & 
Samson Kay attempt N'SYNC ballad. 
Samson won second prize. 



Edited by Chantavorn Khlok & Yoeun Loeum 



Senior Week 



BODY ART 

Posing for the audience, Candice 
Gendron, Darcie DeAngelo, Kelly 
Fleming & Wellta Boualaphanh strike a 
pose to show their best muscles while 
under hypnosis. 

GREASE LIGHTNING 
Crooning like John Travolta, George 
Zaralidis, Buntha Kouy & Koy sing 
Summer Nights in harmony for their shot 
at the top karaoke prize. 



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THE PUFFIN MUFFIN 
Gathered around the food tables, seniors 
enjoyed a buffet of breakfast treats 
including enormous muffins & bagels. 
Eat-A-Donut supplied various donuts, too. 




NO LAUGHING MATTER 
Showing their emotions, Carl Rizzo & 
Darcie DeAngelo get a chuckle at the 
imaginary movie. After two minutes, they 
were in tears; the power of hypnosis. 



Senior Week 



One Last Time 



ONE LAST CHANCE 
With their 2001 Spindle in hand, seniors 
crowded the cafe for a final 2 1/2 hours to 
sign yearbooks & say good-bye to friends 
& faculty. 

SIGNING AWAY 

Giving her wrist a workout, Tammy 

Sweeney uses her handy-dandy gel pen to 

fill in a classmates yearbook at the 

Yearbook Banquet held at Gormley's 

Luncheonette. 




SWAYING TO THE MUSIC 
Getting into the swing of things, 
Souksavanh Souriya & Rotha Hay sway 
to the singers at the karaoke contest. 

SHOW ME THE MONEY 
Hiding the money from the suspected 
pick-pocket that just entered the room, 
Kelly Fleming & Donny Chantavong stuff 
their money for no one to see. 



Edited by Yoeun Loeum & Chanthavom Khlok 



BELTING ONE OUT 

Taking her stake, Shirley Antoine soothes 

the audience with her sultry sound. Shirley 

won Third Place with her sidekick Indira 

Nketiah. 



Senior Week 




















10 
jaw' 



An Academy Award Night 

Seniors & guests entered the auditorium through a sea of on lookers 



GRAND ENTRANCE 

Making their way in to" the Hall of Flags 

at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium, these 

prom goers get ready for a night of 

dancing. 

CHECKIN TIME 

Handing in her tickets, Wellta 

Boualaphanh gets to the prom just in 

time. Wellta made her red & black 

flowered sheer dress; she 

accompanied by Joe. 




A CROWNING MOMENT 
Shortly after being named Prom King & 
Queen, Nick Tamvaklis & Wattana Tan 
proudly display their sashes & crowns for 
the Class of 2001. 



CROWDS ON THE DANCE FLOOR 
Taking a break, dancers pause with 
friends. With over 60 tables on the floor, 
seniors & guests had plenty of room to do 
the hustle or bust a move. 



Prom 2001 



One Last Time 



SITTING ONE OUT 
Making it to the prom, Matt Michaud gets 
some help from friends Tim Owens, Kyle 
Knutson, Josh Petropoulos & Matt 
Brousseau up & down the stairs to the 
dance floor. 





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A Night 

of Enchantment 



The final hurdle to purchase prom tickets was to pay your senior 
dues on time. Fortunately for some, students who paid their dues 
prior to December 1 were entered into a drawing. Suzanne 
Turgeon won two tickets for paying her dues early. 

The next step was to come up with atheme. Over 30 entries were 
submitted, but the two free prom tickets went to Amanda Potter 
for her submission, "Tonight & the Rest of My Life" by Nina 
Gordon. 

Due to some dishonest students, Mrs. Fineman put her foot 
down on ticket sales. Seniors could only purchase tickets if their 
dues were paid in full. Ticket prices were the same as the past 
seven years, $35 each. The night included full soda bar & a 
scrumptious buffet dinner provided by Bianco' s Catering. 

Once inside the auditorium, prom goers were able to get straight 
to the dance action with music provided by Club T Productions. 
Buddy shots & formal photos were taken by McLean Studios. 

At 10:30 the time of anticipation finally came, Prom King & 
Queen were selected at random from cards. Nick Tamvaklis was 
crowned King, while Wattana Tan was pulled from the buddy 
shots to accept her crown, sash & scepter as Queen. 




QLITZ & GLAMOUR 
Showing their pearly whites, Erin 
Moloney & Bridget Byrne express their 
excitement about the prom. Many girls 
did the fashionable up-do's. 



ACADEMY AWARDS 
Fighting the bright sunshine & light 
breeze, seniors made their way up the 
walk to an abudance of on-lookers. A 
picturesque setting, the auditorium served 
as a grand facility. 



Edited by Vanny Suy & Sophean Lim 
Revised by Kristin Hamilton & Tammy Sweeney 



Tonight & the Rest of My Life 




Prom 2001 



One Last Time 




Edited by Vanny Suy & Sophean Lim 
Revised by Tammy Sweeney & Kristin Hamilton 



Tonight & the Rest of My Life 




Prom 2001 



One Last Time 




Edited by Kristin Hamilton & Tammy Sweeney 



Graduation 



Corrections 



Diane Santiago 



Ra Un 

Entered from: Sullivan MS. Activities'. NHS, 
Peer Leadership, Crew, DECA, ILC, Science 
Club. Mess with the bull & get the horns. 
Whrrrr Whrrr Whrr I do? Bunifa Jackson 
Memories: Cluster 6, 8 hrs@Rt 3 w/KS LM, 
the trio in crime, fun times ©Nashoba w/AP 
CA & Amanda's new white leg, DMB 99 00 
w/LD JN MB, 5 am crew practices, rowing 
port, summers w/Lowell P&R, New Yrs 2000, 
B&N, brkn spdomtr, Harvest 99, hawking. 
Future: I'll tell you once I've reached it. 




Nadja Santos 




Fernando Pinto 

Entered from: Brazil. Activities: Band, Jazz 
" Band, saxophone player. Memories: I thank 
Ms. Fitz, Mr. Clark, Mrs. Dendy & every 
person that helped me to continue. Lowell 
High was & will ever be the best school I've 
been in. People from Band & Show Choir 
were so friendly & I hope we can be friends 
forever. I love all of you. Future: Music & 
Computer Engineer. 




Brian Lindsay 



Ratana Vong 

Memories: Wonderful times I spent with 
friends at Lowell High. Future: Go to college, 
find the job that fits my interests. 




Acknowledgments 

Congratualtions to the LHS Cheerleaders for placing Third at the NCA Myrtle Beach Classic in April. 
Gymnast Steve Darrigo placed 16th overall at the National HS Gymnastic Championship in Wisconsin. 



Corrections 



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