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1992 WELLESLEY AN 
WELLESLEY HIGH SCHOOL 
50 RICE STREET 

WELLESLEY, MASSACHUSETTS 02181 

VOLUME LX 









































NOTES FROM THE PAST 





































So Happy Together 


Matt, we know you like your friends, but do you have to drool on them? 
(Matt Flanagan, Matt Clarke, Alex Cook) 


Mllsa and Jon are giddy with excitement after the state soccer cham¬ 
pionship at W.P.I. 


Aurora finds solace in a Big Oak. (Aurora Simmons) 


“All revved up and no place to go.** (Back to School Dance) 


We came from the Middle School in a bunch of small cliques, each one truly different, each having a 
culture of Its own. We were fragile little Freshmen fearing the ferocious fuiy of the upperclassmen. 
They were huge and apt to step on you If you weren’t careful or didn’t watch where you were going. But 
we progressed, our fear subsided, and we became one unit — “The Seniors.’’ As our final year moved 
on with senior activities, we became friends with people whom we didn’t know before or were just faces 
In a crowd of many, and we wished that we had made an effort to meet these people earlier. The end of 
the year came to a close with a unified Senior class read5rto move on and to face the future. 






















Danielle wants to get a little closer, but Alan wants nothing to do with her. (Danielle 
Cotreau, Alan Zlbel) 


“Three Shiny Happy People’* (Amanda Beals, Lisa Rybolt, Hannah 
3oyle) 




Brenda, what if some acid would fly in your face!? Get “Hey. I can take that guy,“ Jay thought to himself. (Jason 
your safety goggles back on. (Brenda Croce) Yaitanes) 














Humanities class behind the scenes. (Jessie Davidson, Nicole Trubiani) P- J- gives the football team some insightful strategy. (Kevin Frisoli, 

P. J. Joseph, John Walsh) 




Brotherly love. (Eric Graham, Tom Parsons) 


Marc explores the wonders of his new Toblerone’ box. (Marc Glnsbuig) 


Q comer ... Bob, The Bruiser, That wacky, weird Pep-rally. 
























THE CLASS OF 1992 — destined to make it in the future. 


Sara and Annie doing their best scissor impersonations. (Sara Amorosino, Is there room in there for one more? 
Annie Saravia) (Kristin Azarello) 


“Hi! I’m James Schulman. Do you like my nicely trimmed bums!?” Where are the two of you off to? (Matt Harrington, lesa McGettigan) 




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The Beat Goes On 


Continuing the tradition of having a Variety Show, the junior class officers, Aysha Sheikh, Nigam 
Shah, Nicole Hirsh, and Carlos Kase, organized another one of the big fund raisers in March. 
Sophomore class officers, Ryan Quinn, Liz Stam, Amanda Art, and Jenn Kelley chose to bring in 
money by having a spring car wash. The new freshmen class elected officers, Courtney Seibert, Sofia 
Stanley, Anne-Marie Arcand, and Robb Moore. They got off to a good start by organizing their 
community service early on in the year. The students collected canned goods for the food pantry on 
Halloween. Aside from the various upperclass formals, the sophomore and freshmen joined together for 
a combined semi-formal. 


They’re all so happy to be frosh (Erica Cohen, Liane Hicks, 
Alison Beals, Monique Dole, Kate Miller) 


“Boys Will Be Boys” (Chris Reese, Jon Soldano, Chris Porter, Mike 
Hallett)_ 


Shouldn’t you guys be warming up? (Amy Stetson, Wiley 
Wakeman, Clel Wharton, Carly Regnler, Lizzie Brady) 


Hey Amy, what’s that growing on your head? (Amy HafTermehl, Nicole Hirsh, KaUe 
Walsh) 


10 Say what? (Luke Renjillan-Burgy, Ian Rideout, Jill Grlfinafflnll “The Smile You Smile” (Ana Robinson, Va- 

^ ' nessa Martir) 


















Does that hurt, HoUy? (Suzanne Ronkin, Holly Kuske, Jill Montgomery, Maggie Tracy’s “Sweet Talkin’Guy” (Tracy Jolles, Phil Geha) 
Cuches, Sharon Alderstein) 


Like the do, Christine (Christine Bower, Julie Delude, Jackie Kang) “Behind Blue Eyes (Brian Hennessey) 


Who’s the letter to, Kim? (Kim Drew) 


“Get Together (Sarah Sperbeck, Jane Condon, Liz Cohen, Meg Steere 
Rebecca Chipps, Meg Gamble, Amy Perkins, Megan Kennedy) 














The Big Parade 


As they ran through the halls, screaming 92 RULES!, the spirited seniors held the best 
parade yet. The costumes that shined were creative and funny, like Matt Clmke zuid Matt 
Flanagan dressed as Bill and Ted and Jamie Marchettl dressed as Cookie Monster. As 
Dorothy and her gang marched down the yellow brick road, two “perfect angels” floated 
behind. Matt McGinness was dressed in political strings as William Smith Kennedy straight 
from Palm Beach. The final story was told in the caf. This pmade was strictly “Mickey 
Mouse!” 


Can you spare some change? (Eli Pickett, Jessica David, Danielle Curran, Dora Tavel) 


Don’t hate me 'cause I’m beautiful! (Aurora Simmons) 


Lions and Tigers and Bears OH MY! (Erin Stam, Anna Tryon, Lys Hunt, Brenda Croce) 


(Jessie Davidson, We spent a lot of time thinking of She walked like a woman and talked like a 
cole TruDlanl) this costume! (George Donovan, man! (Ken Kavanaugh, Bob Walsh) 

John Walsh) ^ 



















want to borrow our notes? (AUlson David, Missy Medoff. Trlna Jullanl) ™ ® Hershey's klssl (Laurie Kanevsky. Kendal Jackson. Melissa MIU- 

erj. 



Want to go for a swim? (Kevin Maradie) ^ Beast! (Brian Montgomery. Excellent Dudes! (Matt Flanagan, Matt Clarke) 


Give Me a Cookie! (Jamie Marchetti) 


Let me tell ya a quick story! (Ted Mulkerin, Rick McCarthy 


















LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL 



The Senior Women, once again, took control of the Thanks^ving Pep Rally with their brightly 
colored costumes and “amazing” dance routine. A lot of hara work and choreography went into 
prepeulng their traditional “Senior Women Presentation.” The cheerleaders also put on a great 
performance and got the crowd cheering with their routine. High spirits were in effect as the football 
team was called up to the microphone: with the senior players going under a senior women 
constructed tunnel. This scene was actually replayed on television that same night. Aside from all 
the loud cheering and shouting from all the classes (with the seniors showing the most spirit!), sports 
captains were cmled up to tell of their successful seasons, and there were many. Overall, the whole 
event was one that will be remembered by all. 


"C’mon everybody, clap your handsi" “Like 1 was saying, swimming Is number 
(Matt Hogan) one!" (Kim Whitman and Nicole Trublanl) 


“Hmm, should we go and “watch** the Powder Puff game 
now?” (J. Helwlg, N. Shepsle, J. Klelnberg, S. Peters) 


EUeen we already did that part (Maddog, T. Neher, L. Reeves, L. Capoblanco, J. Flynn and 
E. Riley) 


Mike get class “Ain’t nothing but tutti frutti...” Yes, footbsill is number one! (Kevin Frlsoll) 
lllrt? (PJ Joseph and Mike (T. Jullanl, L. Kanevsky and E. 

Faubert) Mullowney) 
















Just can’t get enough of our senior men (G. Donovan, M. Hay and J. Stanley) “Raiders gonna shake some booUe ...” (Eli Pickett and Dora 

Tavel) 


“Don’t Worry, Be Happy’’ (Yashmin Cooppan and Lisa Lappin) 


"Hurry up and take the picture, we have to And 
some football Jerseys!^’ (E. Senecal and J. 
Montfiardo) 


“Put your left hip in. and shake it all about.. 


Nice face paint Emma (E. Hurley, B. Croce and S. Amorosino) 


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The Show Must Go On 



Hours before the scheduled kick-off to the einnual Thanksgiving Day Game, police were 
called to the field. Wellesley quickly became the center of attention. The threat of a bomb 
caused a day’s delay to the game. The bomb ended up being a sophisticated prank arranged 
by Needham youth. Even the day after Thanksgiving, Raider Pride was strongly evident 
among the team, the band, the cheerleaders, the spirited Senior Women, and the fans. The 
Raider’s footbedl team came through again with another explosive victory of 35-7. 


Touchdown Bound (Kris Kahn) "A UtUe help from my friends” (Senior 

' Women) 


‘‘Go Wellesley ... Beat Needham” (Wellesley Cheer¬ 
leaders) 


Pride of the Raiders (Senior Women) 


John’s face of victory (John Always on top of things (Greg “More Than Words” 

Walsh) White) 

















“What’s he talking about?” (Coach Tracey. T. Mutrle. K. 
Frlsoli. J. Walsh) 


‘Break On Through” 


Pile of Pride (P. Tryon, S. Houlihan, S. Showstead, K. 
Kahn) 


MADDOG (Eileen Madda) 


Awaiting victory (Kip Lange) 


“Give me a W” (Billie-Jean Elliot) 


Senior Smiles (Julie Parker, Janice LaCascia) 








GOOD DAY SUNSHINE 


Brinng Brinng Brinng! The annoying sounds of your alarm clock’s ring. You quickly turn to shut it 
off. “Oh, no!” you mutter to yourself as you realize your bus is coming in five minutes. You open your 
closet, your eyes still half-shut, and throw on the first outfit that looks reasonable. You look in the 
mirror and notice your scattered hair needs combing. Five minutes or else! You run down stairs, snag a 
glass of O.J., then run around hecticcdly searching for your hidden shoes. You finally get out of the 
house and briskly walk to the bus stop. When you get there, you see no one around and realize that you 
must have missed your only ride. Oh, well! Another early morning, another new day!!! 



THE GIRLS CLUB — (Allison David, Melissa Miller, Jessica David, Laura Kanevsky.) 




“Yo man chill.” (Marcus Stoudemire, Chris Edleson) 


“What a beautiful morning!” (Jen 
Flynn) 


“Wake up boys!” (Corey Hollister. 
Jay MacMaster, Eric Graham) 



‘Want a ride?” (Andrea Pribaz) 




The Dynamic Duo! (Eileen Riley, Marrlssa Bachman) 



“Good morning Sid.” 









WHEN THE DAY IS OVER 

“A time to laugh, a time to sing...” is one way to describe how students felt when the school day 
was over. Some students chose just to hang around with their friends and relax while others 
participated in various sports or clubs. A trip to one of the many ice cream or pizza stores was 
usually high on the list of things to do. No matter what one chose to do, all of the students agreed on 
one thing: the end of school was the best part of the day. 





No, the sun Isn’t In my eyes! (Jenny 
Fltzgibbons and Meg Steere) 


Senior beach bums (A. Simmons, J. Davidson, S. Amoroslno, A. Prlbaz, N. Trublanl, C, 
Quinn and D. Coutrou 


Bargain hunting with Julie Parker, Janice LaCascia and Jena Coutrou 




It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood 


Put another dime in the meter (M. Flanagan, S.19 
Levinson, E. McLoughlln, M. Miller and T. Dowling) 








CHEESEBURGER IN PARADISE 

Whether dining in the “caf ’ or around town students always looked forward to lunch! If you 
could make it past Sid, a whole variety of food awaited, or you could just stay in for the famous 
Deli Bar Day, Pasta Day, Donut Day, and Cookie Day. The cafeteria was known for being 
extremely crowded, but it just added to the excitement of a break in the day to refuel and talk 
with friends. 




Jessie, you look like you Just saw a ghost. (Jessie Graham) 


I know there has to be some more crumbs 
here somewhere. (Sara Amoroslno) 


Milk, It does a body good. (Demetrlos 
Papageorgiou) 



Yea, 1 got the Motts. Pora Tavel) You’re choking me!!! (Carol 
20 McMurrlch, Molly Russell) 



Don’t chew In my ear Chris; this is an Important move. (G. 
Furle, P. Tryon, C. Porter) 



Will the real "BK” King step forward? (D. Owen. M. Clark. A. 
Pribaz, N Shepsle, J. Kleinberg, J. Helwig, A. Zibel, J. 
Dlnwoodey) 



This beats cafeteria pasta any day! (A. Mulker- 
in. S. Tognarelli, M. Nolan. N. Shope) 











Guys, do we have to eat standing behind you? (M. Dillon, J. Kelley, A. 
Faubert, C. Nesblt, T. Hanlon, J. Stokes, T. Rogers, R. Quinn) 


Take the picture already, we’re hungry. (Amy Goldberg, Melissa Halloran, 
Anna Tryon) 




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Don’t get anything on that spiffy tie, Jessie. (Jackie Savage, Jessie Davidson, Danielle Cotreau) 


Fingerlickin good! (James Richardson) 



Hey, let me finish eating first. (Shep Maher) 


Cheeese! (Jane Condon, Megan Kennedy, Jill Grignaffini) 

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ANOTHER SATURDAY NIGHT 

Remember all those Friday nights spent hanging out with your friends? Or how about those 
ski trips, beach parties and sports games? Weekends were the time when you could just relax 
and take it easy. Perhaps play a little basketball, ride a horse, play some street hockey, or 
become a champion bowler. Whatever your preference, weekends were indeed the best part of 
the week. Renting videos, eating pizza, going out for ice cream and frozen yogurt were definitely 
common amongst all the students. When Wellesley got tiresome, trips to Boston, the Cape and 
anywhere warm became favorable outlets. These times spent together with friends were the best 
times of all! 



Living It up at the Junior Dance (D. Mahoney, A. 
Perkins, M. Barnlcle, S. Aylesworth and K. 
Hurley) 



A little Juice in the morning (Kevin Frisoli) 



Taking a break from Snowboarding, girls? (J. Helwlg, S. Peters. J. Kleinberg, L. Lappln 
and A. Pribaz) 



Bang those drums! (Sean Hou- Ski Bunnies (Jackie Savage and 
llhan) Erin Siam) 



Glddlup! (Becky Peters) 



Look, I’m a house! (Bob Wcdsh) 





Our Street Hockey Men: Back: A. Kotler, M. McKlmmey. M. Faubert, C. Regnler, T. CX)h, he looks good. (J. Caputo, L. Schoenfeld and J. Mirel) 

Chandler and S. Hawkey. Front: T. Rapp. K. Kavanaugh. J. Guiffre and P. J. Joseph. 




So, what movie should we rent tonight? (A. Dt 
Los Santos and K. Locke) 


Air Peters (Jon Peters) 


Hold Me Tender .. . (Tonya Smythwlck and Luke 
Renjlllan-Burgy) 


Isn’t it a little warm for Jackets at the beach? (M. Halloran Queen Pins! (M. Miller. J. Carroll and S. Levinson) 
and N. Shepsle) 


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THE ENCHANTMENT UNDER THE SEA 

The annual senior-sponsored Spring Dance was yet another success: making a great profit for 
the Senior Class. The cafeteria was transformed into a musical world under the sea. Fish nets, 
balloons and other aquatic objects docked the stairs and ceilings, providing an underwater 
illusion. Matt, Matt and Jon made a splashing entrance, drenching everyone with their 
waterguns and livening up the evening. 



“Dance. Dance, Dance” (Flavia Souto Maddog and her men (Ted Mulkerln, Eileen 

and Bethany Chandler) Madda and Travis Cundiff) 



“Party time. Excellent” (Amy Carlseo, Laura Burtt, Tara Hanlon) 



Our photographer taking a Hey, guys! (George Donovan and 
24break (Anthony Tecce) Ranee Cooley) 



As a matter of fact, we do dress like this every day. 
(Matt Clarke and Matt Flanagan) 



“Twistin’ By the Pool’* (Tonya Smyth wick, 
Anitra Beckers, Donnette Wilson) 















“With A Little Help From My Friends” (L. Stam, J. Gold- Hey, Eileen, look what Alexis has got. (Alexis Kissam and 
berg, M. Staaterman) Eileen Riley) 25 


Raise your hand if you’re sure. 


The “Electric Slide,” yet again 


‘‘Look Who’s Dancing.” (Demetri Papageorgiou) 


‘‘Stand By Your Man” (Matt Harrington and 
Collin McCormick) 


Schwlng! (Jim Stanley and Jessica Graham) 








EXPRESSIONS AND EXCUSES 

The expressive Wellesley High students were always able — though not always ready and 
willing — to pose for the perfect picture. They were great sports in the end. None of these kids was 
ever at a loss for words or excuses. Teachers this year heard everything from old favorites such as 
“my dog ate it” to en vogue excuses like “my computer broke down.” 



Being freshmen is exhausting work. (Caroline Williams, Jessica Graham, Joey 
Perdonl) 



Daaaah ... I don’t know. (Dan Don’t worry Sid, we’re leaving. 
Godrlck) (Tom Parsons, Eric Graham) 




I’m sitting as still as I can. (Susan Martin, Liv Hegstad) 










Sweet Talkin* Guy (Trlna Julian!, Tory Neher, 
Mike Faubert) 












Shiny. Happy People (Suzy Levinson. Miranda MlUer. Sarah Manguso. Working Nine tO Five (EmUv Senecal, Anna Trvon) 

Emily Merowitz, Eileen McLoughlin) & J J 



I Just saw the weirdest thing. (Leila Saad) 


It’s the End of the World as We Know 
(Demetii Papageorglou) 


She’s Got the Look (Liza Foley) 


The hills are alive with the sound of music. (Jessica Sittin’ On Top Of The World (Greg MacMaster, Bob Walsh) 
Kleinberg, Johanna Helwig) 27 
























HOCKEYMANIA 

The fifth annual Hockeymania floor hockey tournament once again took the school by storm 
in early March. The new system of auctioning players helped create many strong teams and 
resulted in a very competitive field of twelve with no clear favorite. The opening round games 
were played on March 4, a half-day, and many rabid fans turned out to see the spectacle. In the 
first division, the MacDoorley’s dominated with an undefeated record, and in division ^2, the 
sophomore Champs advanced to the semi-finals. In the third and most competitive division, the 
MF Goodones, captained by Louis Joseph and Matt Harrington, went undefeated, and the Sons 
of Bezerk also advanced to the semi-finals as the wild card team. In the finals, it came down to 
MacDoorley and the Goodones, and, spurred on by the spectacular goaltending of Jeff ‘‘Heff ’ 
Matthew, the Goodones triumphed 5-1. 



Watch where you put that stick, Meg! 



Dave Robertson in transition. 



The MF Goodones, 1992 Hockeymania Winners: Jen Murphy, Tim Rodgers, Mike DeFazlo, Jamie 
Marchettl, Jon Dinwoodey, Louis Joseph, Matt Harr’ngton, Maggie Berkery, Jeff Matthew (kneeling) 



Louis with the quick stick “What are you guys looking at?” 



Derek and Jen living It up on the sidelines. 



Dan Burke stands tall in net. 




IT’S ALL IN THE MUSIC 

This year the talent show made a big splash with a look at many of the talented bands in the 
High School. This mostly music show also included unique acts such as The Brassholes and The 
Doodie Bugs. The many students attending the talent show rocked to the music of such bands as 
Euphoria, State of Mind, and The Angela Lansbury Experience. The talent show was an exciting 
treat for all. 



Another Saturday Night (Chris Avery) 


Paul Tryon struts his stuff. Look Who’s Dancing (Melissa Miller) 


Danger Zone 


Sing Your Life (Joanna 
Mongiardo) 


This one’s for you Lee. (Tim Bar- 
rows, Lee Buckley) 


The Doodie Bugs (Carlos Kase, Kip Lang) 

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A TIME TO REMEMBER 


The annual winter Cotillion, which took place at Wellesley College, was again a night to 
remember. After dinner in a restaurant or at a friend’s house, the Juniors and Seniors arrived in 
cars or chauffeured limousines. They greeted the parents in the receiving line and then were 
prepared to have some fun. 

The band played all of the popular favorites as the glamorously attired guests danced in groups 
and with their dates. Early into the night, the Senior class began a rendition of the Righteous 
Brothers’ “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling’’ and everyone joined in. All of the guests looked as 
though they were having a splendid time as the evening wore on and came to a close. Memories 
had been made and it was a night to remember. 



Oh, how cute! (K. Rourke and T. Chandler) 



Enough pictures, when do we leave? 
(M. Hogan and H. Foster) 



What a small group. 



Nice teeth girls. (J. Lapon, S. Gk)lov and J. 
LaCascia) 


date, J. Reine, J. Kang, G. Der Hagoplan and 
L. Fitzsimmons) 


Still dancing! (A. Goldberg and C. 
Regnier) 








Yep, she’s mine. (T. Mulkerin and E. Senecal) 


John and Justin; heads above the rest. 




Just having fun! (A. Saravla and S. Amoroslno) 


Sing for us Jay. (M. Hay. P. Joseph, L. Joseph and J. 
Cooney) 31 













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SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE 

SENIORS 


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LEADERS OF THE PACK 


This year the Senior Class Officers were 
President Marissa Bachman, Vice President 
Eileen Riley, Treasurer Ted Mulkerln, and 
Secretary Alex Danovich. Their dedication 
throughout the year was appreciated by the 
entire class. With the help of advisor, Mrs. 
Adler, the officers planned events, fundrais¬ 
ers, and service projects. The spring brought 
on a busy time with the Banquet, the prom, 
and other senior activities. We thank them 
for all their efforts and time devoted to mak¬ 
ing our senior year unforgettable. 


Isn’t it business before pleasure?? (Eileen Riley, Marissa Bachman) 





I know what I’m doing. (Alex Da- Our treasures (Eileen, Alex, Marissa, Ted) 

novich) 


So that’s why our prom was in Wellesley!!! (Ted Mulkerln) 


Alex, Eileen, Mrs. Adler, Marissa, and Ted 












ATHLETIC AWARDS BANQUET 


This year’s Athletic Awards Banquet was 
held on May 29. Most Valuable Player awards 
were given to the twenty-seven students who 
put outstanding effort into their teams. Mac 
Hay and Emily Senecal were the recipients of 
the Athlete of the Year Awards. Several stu¬ 
dents received special recognition for partic¬ 
ipation in their sports. John Walsh won the 
Kevin Lyons Memorial Football Scholarship 
while Larry Kahn received the Weisenbach- 
Ciesluk Memorial Football Scholarship. 
Courtney Quinn and Sarah Bryant were 
awarded the Francis X. Quinn Memorial Sail¬ 
ing Award. The Brian Reidy Memorial Baseball 
Scholarship was given to Mac Hay. Anna Try- 
on received the Kelli K. MacDon^d Memorial 
Scholarship. Eight seniors received Wellesley 
United Soccer Club Scholarships. 



Mac Hay accepting his Athlete of the Year award 


Brenda Croce, the MVP for field hockey and tennis, 
and Courtney ^Inn, recipient of the Francis X. 
Quinn Memorial Sailing Award _ 


Emily Senecal accepting her Athlete of 
the Year award 


Tory Neher, the MVP for girls* la 
crosse, and Eileen Riley 


Louis and P. J. Joseph accepting Sarah Bryant receiving the Francis 
Wellesley United Soccer Club Scholar- X. Quinn Memorial Sailing award 
ships 



Kevin Frisoli accepting the football 
MVP award 



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k. 

Jay Cooney recipient of a Wellesley 
United Soccer Club Scholarship and 
Sam Hawkey 






SENIOR AWARDS 


Joseph E. Fiske Award: Amanda Beals 
& Jonathan Dinwoodey 
Adam Kofman Memorial Scholarship: 
Johanna Helwig & Ben Tavel 
Wellesley Teachers' Association' 
Samuel M. Graves Memorial Scholar¬ 
ship: Corey Libby & Colleen Doyle 
Wellesley Hills Women's Club 
Scholarship: Danielle Cotreau, Janice 
LaCascia, Isaac Stone 
Wellesley Hills Jr. Women's Club 
Scholarship: Joseph Cooney. Danielle 
Cotreau, Dorothy Cunningham, 
Billie-Jean Elliot, Michael Faubert, 
Matthew Flanagan. Lara Grant. David 
Robertson, Emily Senecal^ Aurora Sim¬ 
mons, Nicole Trubianl. 

Wellesley Hills Jr. Women's Club 
Patricia C. Doiron Memorial Scholar¬ 
ship: Trina Julian! 

METCO Award: Kenya Curtis & 
Kimberly Williams 

Katherine Bronson Quotarian Award: 

Jennifer Lapon 

Weisenbach - Ceisluk Award: Law¬ 
rence Kahn 

Kevin W. Lyons Award: John Walsh 
Redfield Foundation Excellence in 
Teaching Award: Mr. McCormick 
Meg Stone Memorial Award: Jonathan 
Dinwoodey 

Kevin Crawford Memorial Award: 

Joseph Cooney 

National Honor Society Scholarship: 

Nicole Trubiani 

Academic Decathlon Coach's Award: 

Richard McCarthy 

Academic Decathlon Team Recogni¬ 
tion: Yan Chan. Brandon Lai, Viktor 
Spivakovsky & Lisa Wegner^ 

American Field Service Recognition: 

Hannah Boyle & Oskar Lauritzen 

Wellesley Boosters Scholarship 

Award: Brian Tucker 

Council “O" of the Greater Boston 

Real Estate Board Scholarship 

Award: Julie Parker 

School Committee Recognition: 

Jonathan Dinwoodey 

Principal’s Leadership Award: 

Jonathan Dinwoodey 

Tandy Technology Scholars: Brandon 

Lai, Bruce Seiger 

Advance Placement Scholar: Viktor 
Spivakovsky 

National Merit Finalists: Nilanjana 
Bhattachaijya, Jonathan Dinwoodey. 
Marc Ginsburg, Sarah Manguso, Rich¬ 
ard McCarthy. Emily Merowitz, Edward 
Mulkerin, David Owen. Marni Silver- 
stein 


Art Department 

Globe Scholastic Art Awards Recogni¬ 
tion Blue Ribbon: James Schulman 
Wellesley Society of Artists' Helen 
Sherman Award: David Owen 
Harold Kolb Painting Award: Kristin 
Azzarello 

Wellesley Arts & Crafts Guild Schol¬ 
arship Fund Awards: Kristin Azzarello. 
John Bliss, David Richter 
Pratt Memorial Art Award: Alexander 
Cook 


Business Administration &l 

Technology Department 
Wulf Larsen Accounting Award: 

Matthew Hogan 

Wellesleyan Award: Andrea Pribaz 
Sun Life Insurance Company of 
Canada Award: Jennifer Lapon 
John Hancock Insurance Company 
Award: Lara Grant 
Wellesley Chamber of Commerce 
Business Award: Lara Grant 

English Department 
Lehigh University Book Award: David 
Owen 

Sylvia Plath Award: Emily Merowitz 
Bard College Critical Writing Prize: 

James Marchetti 

David Norton Poetry Award: Sarah 
Bryant 

Foreign Language Department 
Latin IV Award: Patricia Keefe 
French IV Award: Hannah Boyle 
French V Award: Jonathan Dinwoodey 
German FV Award: David Robertson 
Spanish V Award: Hannah Boyle 
Northeast Conference Award: Mat¬ 
thew McGinness 

Massachusetts Foreign Language 
Association Past Presidents' Award: 

Hannah Boyle 

Home Economics Department 
Home Ekronomics Department Award: 

Kimberly Williams 

Child Lab School Scholarship Award: 
Colleen Doyle & Dana Noonan 
Home Economics Culinary Arts 
Award: Derrick Hughes 
Home Economics Scholarship Award: 
Allison David 

Wellesley Community Childrens' Center 
Award: Neil Schiavo 
Patricia C. Doiron Memorial Scholar¬ 
ship Award: Joseph Cooney & Kather¬ 
ine Walston 


Mathematics. Science fit 

Technology Department 

Math Team Award: Viktor 
Spivakoysky 

Elmore Lundgren Senior Book Award: 

Viktor Spivakovsky 

American High School Mathematics 

Exam Recognition: Demetrios 

Papageorgiou, Viktor Spivakovsky 

Wiswall Science Award: Marc 

Ginsberg 

Society of Women Engineers Award: 

Stephanie Eisenbarth, Yan Chan & 

Sara Dubowsky 

Technology Department Awards: Seth 
Cohen, Michael Cortese, Michael 
Corticelli, James Marchetti, John Reine 
& Brian Tucker 

Charles River Rotary Award: Brandon 
Lai & John Reine 

Performing Arts Department 
Wellesley High School String Orches¬ 
tra Award: Nilanjana Bhattachaijya 
Gloria Niese Memorial Scholarship: 

Stephen Clapp 

Peter Bergstrom Memorial Scholar¬ 
ship Award for Performing Arts: 

Timothy Dowling 

Christene Burguess Memorial Award 
for Drama: Suzanne Levinson 
Robert S. Davis Instrumental Music 
Award: Lisa Rybolt & Marni Silverstein 
Moving Company Award: Stephanie 
Bibb & Danielle Cotreau 
Performing arts Senior Award: 

Joanna Mongiardo 

Physical Ekiucation Department 

F.E. “Ted" Steeves Physical Educa¬ 
tion Award: Adrian Kwan & Emily 
Senecal 

Social Studies Department 
Raymond B. Chapman Award: Anna 
Tryon 

League of Women Voters of Wellesley 
Award: Edward Mulkerin 

Special Education Department 
Sally Wellington Memorial Scholar¬ 
ship Award: Matthew Soldano 


Class of 1992 

Valedictorian 

Emily Senecal 



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PEACE MAN (Matt Hogan) 



Hmm. I wonder what she got (D. Robertson. J. 
DInwoodey, T. Keefe. M. McGlnness and Mr. Haggerty) 



A well-deserved award (Emily Merowltz and Mr. God¬ 
dard) 


Hey. It looks like an Oscar! (Pete Harwood and Joanna 
Monglardo) 


Yeah. sure. I’ll keep this on (Rick McCarthy and Mrs. 
McCoy) 



Let me tell you a little story . . . (Anna Tryon) 


r 

Hannah receiving 
Boyle) 


Jay, you can open your eyes now (Jay Cooney) 


the first of her many awards (H. 



So, where’s the BIG box Lara (L. Grant and Mrs. Ostrer) 


Class Valedictorian Emily Senecal 


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PEOPLE LIKE US 



Most Class Spirit 

Bob Walsh and Eileen Madda 


Class Flirts 

Mike Faubert and The Davids 




Most Athletic 

Emily Senecal and P. J. Joseph 



Class Artists 

Alex Cook and Kristin Azzarello 



Class Chatterboxes 

Yashmln Cooppan and David Richter 


Best Dressed 

Stephanie Bibb and James Schulman 


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Class Actors 

Trlcia Keefe and Tim Dowling 


Most Likely To Succeed 

Ted Mulkerln and Anna Tryon 


Class Musicians 

Todd Chandler and Nila Bhattachailya 


Class Clown 

Danielle Curran 


Class Clown 

Ken Kavanaugh 


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C3nithia Ahlgren 

“Winners are ordinary people 
with extraordinary determina¬ 
tion.” 



Marissa E. Bachman 

“Yesterday is only a dream 
and tomorrow a vision, but to¬ 
day, well lived, makes every 
yesterday a dream of happi¬ 
ness and every tomorrow a vi¬ 
sion of hope.” 



Stephanie G. Bibb 

“I have only come here seek¬ 
ing knowledge, things they 
wouldn’t tea<m me of in col¬ 
lege. 1 can see the destiny you 
send, turned into a shining 
band of gold.” — Sting 



Hannah Boyle 

“But I reckon I got to light out 
for the territory ahead of the 
rest, because they’re going to 
slvilize me, and 1 can^t stand 
it. I been there before.” — 
Mark Twain 



Sara Amorosino 

“How much good inside a day? 
Depends on how good you live 
’em. How much love inside a 
friend? Depends how much 
you give ’em.” — Shel Silver- 
stein 



Nilanjana Bhattachaijya 

“Gow.” — Hllsen von Boyle 



Anthony Botzos 



Christopher A. Avery 

“Fear less, hope more, eat 
less, chew more, whine less, 
breathe more, talk less, say 
more, and all good things will 
be yours.” 



Kristin Azzarello 

“Nobody ever said to Van 
Gogh ‘Paint a Starry Night 
Again,’ man, you know? He 
painted it and that was it.” — 
J. Mitchell 



CJ “Hanging Tough** (CJ Seitz) 



Sarah Bryant 

“The thing with kids is, if they 
want to grab for the gold ring, 
you have to let them do it, and 
not say anything.” — Catch¬ 
er in the Rye 



Leigh Capobianco 

“Talent is God-Given; be hum¬ 
ble. Fame is man-given; be 
thankful. Conceit is self-given; 
be careful.” — Todd Dixon 



Anne Brandon Carothers 

“Yes there are two paths you 
can go by, but in the long run, 
there’s still time to change the 
road you’re on.” — Led Zep¬ 
pelin 




































Julie L. Carroll 

“To reach what we can be, not 
just what we are.” — John 
Denver 



Stephen T. Clapp 

“God gave us music, that we 
might pray without words.” 



Alexander Cook 

“He who hesitates is lost, but 
always look before you leap. 
Knowing that. I’m sure I could 
sail a ship right off the edge of 
the earth.” 



Tashmin Coopan 

“You must learn not to be 
afraid of the world. Not to be 
held by it as you are now.” — 
The Fountainhead 



Lauren Castellano 

“Nothing was mine except my 
heart, my fears, and my 
knowledge. Not every road was 
going to lead home anymore.” 



Matthew Clarke 

“The true test of maturity is 
not how old a person is, but 
how he reacts to awakening in 
the mid-town area in his 
shorts.” — Woody Allen 



Joseph Cooney 

“It would please me immense¬ 
ly to know that some of my 
insanity rubbed off on the rest 
of you.” 



Michael Cortese 

“As we advance in life, we 
learn the limits of our abilities 
are only as limited as to what 
we want them to be.” 



Tan Joan Chan 

“God grant me the serenity to 
accept things I cannot change, 
the courage to change things I 
can, and the wisdom to know 
the difference.” 



Jessica L. Clayson 

“And you learn that you really 
can endure, that you really do 
have worth. And you learn 
and learn, with every good-bye 
you learn.” 



Todd Chandler 

“I think we dream so we don’t 
have to be apart so long. If 
we’re In each other’s dreams, 
we can play together all 
night.” — Calvin and Hobbes 



Seth Cohen 

“Gone are the days we stop to 
decide. Where we should go, 
we just ride.’’ — Grateful 
Dead 



Mel, your hair is covering Matt. (M. Harrington, M. 
Miller, M. Hogan and H. Foster) 




































Michael Corticelli 

‘‘Too many of us filled with 
greed overlooking those who 
need open your eyes and 
change your ways open your 
heart and break away.” — 
Youth of Today 



Dorothy A. Cunningham 

‘‘The things that come to 
those who wait Is what’s left 
by those who don’t.” “Thanks 
to my friends, family, and 
everyone who helped me.” 



Kenya Curtis 

"By any means necessary!” 



Allison Leigh David 

“Even though it’s sad to say 
goodbye, remember our good 
times were the fun times. Our 
fun times are the memories, 
and the memories last for¬ 
ever.” 



Danielle Cotreau 

"Happiness is not an Idea of 
reason, but of Imagination.” 


Brenda L. Croce 

‘‘Each friend represents a 
world in us. A world possibly 
not bom until they arrive, and 
only by this meeting is a new 
world bom.” — Anais Nin 



Travis Cundiff 



Surprise! (Alan Zibel) 



Dannielle C. Curran 

“When 1 party, I party hearty, 
fun Is always on my mind, put 
a smile on your face, leave 
your troubles behind.” 



Alex Danovltch 

“Remember where you come 
from, where you’re going, and 
why you created the mess you 
got yourself Into In the first 
place.” — Richard Bach 



Jessica Paige David 

‘‘There are no strangers In the 
world, only friends you have 
yet to meet.” 



Jessica B. Davidson 

“The great tragedy of life Is not 
that men perish, but that they 
cease to love.” — W. Somerset 
Maugham 



Jonathan Dinwoodey 

“Let us, then, be up and doing, 
with a heart for any fate; still 
achieving, still pursuing, learn 
to labour and to wait.” — 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 

























Teenage Mutant Katie (Katie Walston) 



Sara Dubowsky 

“If you have built castles in 
the air, your work need not be 
lost; that is where they should 
be. Now build the foundations 
under them.” — Henry David 
Thoreau 



James Faraci 

“The proper function of man 
is to live not Just exist.” — 
Jack London 



Chandler Eaton 

“Snakes have no arms that’s 
why they don’t wear vests.” 
— Steven Wright 



Michael Faubert 

"I want to run, I want to hide, I 
want to tear down the walls 
that hold me inside.” — U2 



George A. Donovan 

“— listen: there’s a hell of a 
good universe next door; let’s 
go!” — e. e. Cummings 



Scott F. Doorley 

“Many who find the day too 
long, think life too short.” — 
Charles Caleb Colton 



Timothy Dowling 

“Medicine, law, business, en¬ 
gineers, these are all noble 
pursuits and necessary to sus¬ 
tain life. But poetry, beauty, 
romance, love. These are what 
we stay alive for.” 



Stephanie Eisenbarth 

“I hope this class has the cour¬ 
age and reason to deal, not 
only with the obstacles facing 
themselves, but also those fac¬ 
ing future generations.” 



Colleen Doyle 

“Climb every mountain — 
ford every stream — follow 
every rainbow until you find 
your dream.” — The Sound of 
Music 



Billie-Jean Elliot 

“With all that’s now behind 
us, remember there’s still a lot 
left in front. Good luck Class of 
’92. Thanks Mom and Dad.” 



Manuel Figueroa 

“I am a new student from 
Spain. I’m really gonna miss 
you all. I wish I could stay one 
more year, but I have to go. 
Good bye my friends.” 



Matthew Christopher 
Michael Flanagan 

“Everything I ever really need¬ 
ed to know I learned in kin¬ 
dergarten: 1) Don’t hit people 
2) Clean up your own messes.” 
— Fulghum 


































Jennifer Fl3mn 

“The important thing is this: 
to be able at any moment to 
sacrifice what we are for what 
we could become.” — Charles 
DuBols 



Kevin Prisoli 

“When the going gets tough 
and the pressure mounts, 
you’ll be tested. Winners 
thrive on pressure: losers fear 
it.” — Howard Ferguson 



Marc Ginsburg 

“Don’t gain the world and lose 
your soul. Wisdom is better 
(than) silver and gold.” — Bob 
Marley 



Amy Goldberg 

“So much for endings. Begin¬ 
nings are always more fun. 
True connoisseurs, however, 
are known to favor the stretch 
in between.” Margaret Atwood 




Jacqueline For83rthe 

“When I grow up. I’m going 
to be happy and do vmat I 
like to do. Like making 
noise and making faces 
and making friends like 
you!” — Shelly Miller 



“I was using superglue, and my hands stuck togeth¬ 
er.” (Matt Clarke) 



Carrie Goldman 

“The mind has a thousand 
eyes, and the heart one; yet 
the light of a whole life dies, 
when love is gone. I was ever a 
fighter, so — one more fight 
the best and last!” 



Eric Graham 

“The early bird usually falls 
asleep before the party 
starts.” — Joe Camel 



Hanna Louise Foster 

“And it is still true, no mat¬ 
ter how old you are — 
When you go out into the 
world, it is best to hold 
hands and stick together.” 
— Robert Fulghum 



Jon Gamble 

“You’re never too old to do 
goofy stuff.” — Ward 
Cleaver, Leave It To Bea¬ 
ver 



Trevor W. Godfrey 

“To me, a wealthy man is 
one who has the time for 
what he wants, not wants 
the time for what he has.” 



Lara C. Grant 

“The excellent becomes 
the permanent. Once seen, 
it is never completely lost.” 
— Aristotle Thanks for 
everything, everyone! I love 
ya! 
































“Like. wow. they’re taking our picture!” (Anne 
Carothers and Cynthia Ahlgren) 



Peter Harwood 

"He Is truly powerful who has 
power over himself.” 



Samuel Hawkey 

‘‘I have never allowed school 
to Interfere with my educa¬ 
tion.” — Mark Twain 



Johanna Helwlg 

"If you love something, set it 
free, if it comes back to you, it 
was yours, if it doesn’t, it was 
never meant to be.” 



Matthew C. Hogan 

"It won’t mean a thing in a 
hundred years.” — Blues 
Traveler 



Jonathan Gulffre 

"Sometimes, being different is 
the price of being better.” — 
Saab 



Melissa Halloran 

“I am the master of my fate; I 
am the captain of my soul.” — 
William E. Henley 



MacGregor B. Hay 

"Live your life for yourself. Do 
what you want to do. In this 
way you cannot fall. But if you 
want a friend, feed any ani¬ 
mal.” — Jane’s Addiction 



Lys Hunt 

"Sometime, someone you hug 
will never be the same again.” 
— Ruth Ainsworth 



Kristin Gullage 

"I want to live and I want to 
love. I want to catch some¬ 
thing that I might be afraid 
of.” — The Smiths 



Matthew D. Harrington 

"But I reckon I got to light out 
for the territory ahead of the 
rest.” — Huck Finn 



Todd Heckaman 



Emma Hurley 

“Think where man’s glory 
most begins and ends and say 
my glory was I had such 
friends.” 















































Kendal Jackson 

‘The friends we thought were 
so together, left each other one 
by one on the road to fairer 
weather.” 



Louis S. Joseph 

“Great spirits have always en¬ 
countered violent opposition 
from mediocre minds.” — Al¬ 
bert Einstein 



Trina L. Julian! 

“True friendship is like sound 
health, the value of it is sel¬ 
dom known until it is lost.” 



Jay, where did you learn to Tango? (Jay Cooney and 
Annie Saravia) 



Lawrence Kahn 

“It’s never an upset if the so- 
called underdog has all along 
considered itself the better 
team.” — Woody Hayes 



Laura Kanevsky 

“And although you will say 1 
am still too naive but I have 
not lost faith in the things 1 
believe.” — Billy Joel 



Nicole Jones 

“To be or not to be or can you 
be what you wanna be. That is 
the answer.” — L.O.N.S. 



Paul C. Joseph 

“If I fall. I’ll fail while daring 
greatly, so that my place will 
never be with those cold and 
timid souls who know neither 
victory nor defeat.” — The¬ 
odore Roosevelt 



Larry Kaplan 

“Cause the ladder gets longer, 
and the ambition gets strong¬ 
er. 1 can’t satisfy the hunger. 
That bad old moon has got you 
in its sway, to be king for a 
day.” — XTC 



Kenneth Kavanaugh 

“What did Minnie Mouse say 
to Plnnochlo? Tell the truth, 
tell a He, tell the truth, tell a 
He.” — Hawk 



Patricia Keefe 

“Cowards die many times be¬ 
fore their deaths: The valiant 
never taste of death but once.” 
— Shakespeare 



Blaine King 

“Everyone in the world has 
something unique to offer, 
everyone.” Viva class of 92, 
Viva el Peru. 



Alexis Klssam 
























Jessica Kleinberg 

“Now this Is not the end. It is 
not even the beginning of the 
end. But it is, perhaps, the end 
of the beginning.” — Winston 
Churchill 



Brandon Lai 

“Our imagination is stretched 
to the utmost, not, as in fic¬ 
tion, to imagine things which 
are not really there, but lust to 
comprehend those tnings 
whicn are there.” 



Lisa Lappin 

“Just remember in the winter 
far beneath the bitter snow 
lies the seed that with the 
sun’s love in the spring be¬ 
comes the rose.” 



Ari D. Kotler 

“If one doesn’t keep pace with 
his companions, perhaps it’s 
because he hears a different 
drummer. Let him step to the 
music heard, however meas¬ 
ured or far away.” 



Adrian Kwan 

“I’ve conquered my past, the 
future is here at last. I stand at 
the entrance to a new world I 
can see.” — U2/Bob Dylan 



“Can’t you see Tm stud5^ng?“ (Leigh Capobianco) 



Suzanne Levinson 

‘‘Narnia, Narnia, Narnia, 
awake. Love. Think. Speak. 
Be walking trees. Be taking 
beasts. Be divine waters.” — 
C. S. Lewis 



Corey A. Libby 

“There is only one success — 
to be able to spend your life in 
your own way.” — Christo¬ 
pher Morley 



Gordon Lichter 

“I tried the summer sun, felt 
good. Nice and warm — knew 
it would. Tried the grass be¬ 
neath bare feet, felt neat. 
Finally, felt well dressed, na¬ 
ture’s clothes fit me best.” 



Janice A. LaCascia 

“As the year ends and it’s time 
to say goodbye to the Class of 
’92 my memories will reflect 
on the good times shared to¬ 
gether.” 



Jennifer Lapon 

“If you can Imagine it, you can 
achieve it; If you can dream it, 
you can become it.” Good Bye 
to the Cumachincas! 



Oskar Philip Lauritzen 

“Thanks for a great year. Drop 
in if you’re in the neighbor¬ 
hood — Greenland or Den¬ 
mark. Takuss-Vises — See 
you later. The Screaming Vi¬ 
king Grouch*???” 



Greg Douglas MacMaster 

“Don’t walk in front of me I 
may not foUow, Don’t walk be¬ 
hind me I may not lead. Just 
walk beside me and be my 
friend.” 

































Eileen **Maddog** Madda 

“Let your home be filled with 
laughter, your pockets filled 
with gold and I hope you’ll 
have all the happiness a loving 
heart can hold.” 



Meredith Mandell 

“If you wake up in the morn¬ 
ing and don’t want to smile. If 
it &kes just a little while, open 
your eyes and look at the day 
and you’ll see things in a dif¬ 
ferent way.” 



Kevin Maradie 

“Don’t make a big thing of it.” 
— Real Men — Bob 



Richard McCarthy 



“Never Tear Us Apart*’ (Trlna Juliani and Lara Grant) 



Claire Bfagenheimer 

“Speak out, they can’t stop 
you. Find your voice and use 
it. Talk hard.” 



Sarah J. Manguao 

“I come from suburban Amer¬ 
ica. It was a good place to come 
from in that it was a good 
place to leave.” Robert Map¬ 
plethorpe 



James Marchetti 

“From the Shiver Queen to the 
Bow-legged Dream, and the 
three Amigos, and others too: 
Thanks — you made me.” 


Patricia Marchetti 

“They call us problem child, 
we spend our lives on trial, we 
walk an endless mile, we are 
the youth gone wild.” Skid 
Row 


Jeffrey W. Matthew 

“Now it’s time for me to go, the 
autumn moon lights my way.” 
Led Zeppelin 



lesa Nicolle McGettigan 

“We are never more fascinat¬ 
ing than when we are caught 
in the act of readly being our¬ 
selves.” I love you Mom, N. & 
S. 



Kelly McGinness 

“Success is doing something 
worthwhile, pursuing a worth¬ 
while goal. A winner is some¬ 
body doing the best one can do 
at the task at hand.” 



Matthew M. McGinness 

“To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield.” — Alfred Lord 
Tennyson 





































Matthew McKlmmey 

“I understand about indeci¬ 
sion. I don’t care if I get behind 
people livin’ in competition. 
All I want is to have my peace 
of mind.” — Boston 



Miranda N. Miller 

“Very well, Sir. Step this way. 
We’ll find another game to 
play.” — Dr. Seuss 



Jocmna Mongiardo 

“Don’t work for my happiness 
... — Show me yours — show 
me your achievement — and 
the knowledge will give me 
courage for mine.” — The 
Fountainhead 



Ted Mulkeiin 

“A thick skin is a gift from 
God.” — Konrad Adenauer 



Melissa Medoff 

. the moments when you 
have really lived are the mo¬ 
ments when you have done 
things in a spirit of love.” 



Emily Merowitz 

“A purpose of human life, no 
matter who is controlling it, is 
to love whoever is around to be 
loved.” — Vonnegut 



We are practicing for the badminton tournament. 
(Julie Carroll and Hannah Boyle) 


Erin Mullowney 

“There is a road, no simple 
highway between the dawn 
and the dark of night, and if 
you go, no one may follow, that 
path is for your steps alone.” 
— Jerry Garcia 





Tim T. Murphy 

“Vlvamus, Mea Lesbla, atave 
amemus, rumoresque senum 
severiorum omnes unius ae- 
timemus assist” — Catullus 5 




Melissa Miller 

“The hardest years, the 
wildest years, the desperate 
and divided years, we will re¬ 
member, those shall not be 
forgotten years.” — Midnight 
Oil 



Tiana Miller 

“And if this old world starts 
getting you down, there’s room 
enough for two, up on the 
roof.” — Goffln and King 



Brian Montgomery 

“He dreamed of the ship on 
the sea, it carried his lover and 
he, ... to a place far away 
from this town.” — Sting 



Timothy J. Mu trie 

“The harder you work, the 
luckier you get.” — Gary Play¬ 
er 


































Tory Nchcr 

“All through the tears, we’ll 
smile when we recall, that we 
had it all, for just a moment.” 



Peter John Panagako 

"O Captain! My Captain! Our 
fearful trip is done; the ship 
has weathered every rack, the 
prize we sought is won.” 



Dana Noonan 

“Live a balanced life — learn 
some and think some and 
draw and paint and sing and 
dance and play and work 
every day some.” — Robert 
Fulghum 



Demetrios Papageorgiou 

“One day, I sat down to think 
what I’ve accomplished here 
. . . I’m still thinking.” 



David Owen 

“I don’t think there is any way 
to say everything in a sen¬ 
tence. 1 hope it stays that 
way.” 



Julie Parker 

“People who smile get compli¬ 
mented more than people who 
don’t. Doesn’t that tell you 
something?” 



Stuart Paap 

“If you go the road least trav¬ 
elled, you will probably get 
mugged.” 



Thomas Parsons 



Justin Pendergrast 

“This life’s not for living. It’s 
for fighting and for wars. No 
matter what the truth is, hold 
on to what is yours.” 



John Peterson 

“Well, we know where we are 
going, and we know what we 
want, and the future is cer¬ 
tain, give us time to work it 
out.” — Talking Heads 



“Lean On Me“ (Johanna Helwlg and Derrick Hughes) 



Susannah Peters 

“Hold on. Take your life, hold 
on to each reality . . . Build 
your life until you find what’s 
right for you.” — EMF 




Andrew Pettit 

“You’ve got to go through hell 
before you get to heaven.” — 
Steve Miller 



































K. Ellson Pickett 

“There Is no experience better 
for the heart than reaching 
down and lifting other people 
up.” — Best of luck everyone. 



Andrea L. Pribaz 

“Live life to the fullest; Live 
each hour, each day and each 
age of your life. So that you 
can look forward with confi¬ 
dence and back without re¬ 
grets.” 



Courtney T. Quinn 

“There is nothing — absolute¬ 
ly nothing — half so much 
worth doing as simply messing 
about in boats.” — The Wind 
in the Willows 




Richard Reed 

“All life is an experiment. The 
more experiments you make 
the better.” — Emerson 



Jon Register 

“Change is the law of life. And 
those who look only to the past 
or to the present are certain to 
miss the future.” — John F. 
Kennedy 



Christian Regnier 

“Let us permit nature to have 
her way: She understands her 
business better than we do.” 
— Montaigne 


“Let me tell you a quick story . .(Chris Avery) 


Samuel Reid 

“I am Sam. I am Sam. Sam I 
am.” — Dr. Seuss 



John Relne 

“In my opinion, life is a 
Glfthorse.” — Teddy 


David Kenneth Richter 

“Sunny day, sweeping the 
clouds away, on my way to 
where the air is free, can you 
tell me how to get, how to get 
to Sesame Street.” 


Eileen Riley 

“What lies behind us and 
what lies before us are tiny 
matters compared to what lies 
within us.” — Emerson 


David Robertson 

“Few is the number that see 
with their own eyes and feel 
with their own hearts.” — Al¬ 
bert Einstein 































Jorge J. Romero 

‘‘When we learn to relax the 
body, breath, and mind; the 
body becomes healthy, the 
mind becomes clear, and our 
awareness becomes bal¬ 
anced.” 



Jacqueline Savage 

“Volabimus — We will fly.” 



James Schulman 

“But where 1 work I don’t get 
paid. Working in school learn¬ 
ing the supposed rule. But in 
the street, 1 make my own 
rules.” — Fishbone 



Emily Senecal 

“Always buy lemonade from 
any kid who is selling.” — 
Robert Fulghum 



Jodie Rubel 

‘‘The best thing you’ve ever 
done for me is to help me take 
my life less seriously. It’s only 
life after all.” — Indigo Girls 



Neil Schiavo 

“What happened’”?? — Bongo 
the Rabbit 



Christopher J. Seitz 

“If we didn’t laugh, we’d all go 
Insane.” — Jimmy Buffet 



Lisa Anne Rybolt 

‘‘If day and night are such that 
you greet them with joy, and 
life emits a fragrance like flow¬ 
ers and sweet-scented herbs, 
— that Is your success.” — 
Thoreau 



Ana InM Saravia 

“Happiness comes of the ca¬ 
pacity to feel deeply, to enjoy 
simply, to think freely, to risk 
life, to be needed.” — Annie 



“The Best Days Of Our Lives” (Eileen Madda and Tory 
Neher) 



Alison Sheehan 

‘‘Emancipate yourself from 
mental slavery. None but our¬ 
selves can free our minds.” 



Nilsa Shepsle 

“Physical beauty is passing. 
But beauty of the mind and 
richness of the spirit and ten¬ 
derness of the heart aren’t 
taken away, but grow.” — 
Tennessee Williams 



Mami Silverstein 

“If one advances confidently 
in the direction of his dreams 
... he will meet with success 
unexpected in common 
hours.” — Henry David Tho¬ 
reau 


























Aurora Simmons 

“Life Is one damned thing af¬ 
ter another.” — Frank Ward 
O’Mally 



Erin Sipe 

“I’ve seen a lot of people who 
thought they were cool, and 
then again Lord I’ve seen a lot 
of fools.” — Lynjrrd Skynyrd 



Matthew M. Soldano 

“Butterflies and zebras and 
moonbeams and fairy tales, all 
she ever thinks about is riding 
with the wind.” — J. Hendrix 



Erin Stam 

“This is only the beginning. 
And we’ve only Just begun to 
realize the best is yet to 
come.” 



James Stanley 

“There is a thin line between 
genius and Insanity. 1 have 
erased that line.” 



Alicia Talanian 

“Success is best measured by 
how far you have come with 
the talents you have been giv¬ 
en.” — H. Jackson Brown 



Ayako Tanaka 

“The end of what doth this 
graduation mark; t’is only the 
beginning.” 



Ben Tavcl 

“Amidst all the cynicism and 
hope I’ve gathered here, it’s 
the fall afternoons I’ll miss the 
most only then could I 
dream.” 



Dora M. Tavel 

“When you walk through a 
storm, hold your head up high, 
and don’t be afraid of the dark 
.. .” Thanks L.O.M.L.. Mash, 
Dad, Bash. 



Christopher L. Titus 

“I wish my life was a non-stop 
Hollywood movie show, be¬ 
cause celluloid heroes never 
feel any pain, celluloid heroes 
never really die.” — The 
Kinks 



Katrin H. Thorgilsson 

“There are many roads we 
travel but there is only one 
which will lead us to the great¬ 
est experiences in life; I’m still 
traveling it.” 



Nicole Trubiani 

“The only person you are des¬ 
tined to become is the person 
you decide to be.” 



“Goodbye Baby” (K. Kavanaugh, C. Regnier and A. 
Kotler) 




























(Kendal Jackson and Erin 


Katherine D. Walston 

“Don’t waste time looking 
back. Your eyes are in the 
front of your head.” — 
Katherine D. Walston 


Sarah Weraeck 

“When you were born, every¬ 
body smiles, only you cry. 
Make it so that when you die, 
everybody cries and only you 
smile.” 






John Walsh 

“If you got it — flaunt it.” 


Robert A. Walsh 

“Only those who dare, truly 
live.” 


Anna Tryon 

“Education is what remains 
when we have forgotten all 
that we have been taught.” — 
Lord Halifax 


Kim Whitman 

“When the light turns green 
you go. When the light turns 
red you stop. But what do you 
do when the light turns blue 
with orange and lavender 
spots?’ ’ 


Dana Turney 

“Cried all, ‘Before such things 
can come, you idiotic child, 
you must alter human nature!’ 
And they all sat back and 
smiled.” — Charlotte Perkins 
Gilman 


Kimberly (Kim) Williams 

“. . . Spend time today learn¬ 
ing something about the past 
so that we can better under¬ 
stand the present, analyze it, 
and then do something about 
it.” — Malcolm X 


William J. Walsh 

“And the men who hold high 
places must be the ones who 
start — to mold a new reality 
— closer to the heart.” — Neil 
Peart/Rush 


Daniel W. Warren IV 

“1 don’t want to hear about 
anybody’s problems. Noth¬ 
ing’s gonna get me off this 
couch!” — A1 Bundy 


Jason Taitanes 


Brian Tucker 

“We’re so busy watching out 
for what’s just ahead of us 
that we don’t take the time to 
enjoy where we are.” — Cal¬ 
vin and Hobbes 


She did it, I swear she did. 
Mullowney) 


















Sydney Yeung 

“The whole world is a comedy 
to those that think, a tragedy 
to those that feel.” 



Alan R. Zibel 

“Six billion people are dancing 
around with glazed looks in 
their eyes and bread on their 
heads. Now if they could only 
just make toast.” 


Seniors not pictured: 

Amy Basils 
Amanda Beals 
Jay Bliss 
Josh Bulpett 
Meredith Connor 
Jennifer Donlan 
Norman Earl 
Erik Fitzpatrick 
Tiffany Gaw 
Derrick Hughes 
Akida Johnson 
David Robb 
Viktor Spivakovsky 
Isaac Stone 
Lisa Wegner 
Gregory Sean White 
Krista Woemer 


In Memory 
Sean O’Brien 
February 7, 1974 
March 13, 1991 





“BOYZ II MEN” (G. Donovan and B. Walsh) 


We eat our spinach. (Jessie Davidson and Nicole 
Trubiani) 


“Two Fine People” (Lisa Lappin and Andrea Pribaz) 















EIGHT DAYS A WEEK 


FACULTY AND STAFF 



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ADMINISTRATION 


Yet another year has passed In which our three 
administrators have survived successfully. One 
could always rely on Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Vasaturo, 
and Mrs. Novogroskl when it came to a friendly 
smile or a greeting of recognition or even a 
watchful eye. Our administrators were always 
around, usually when we least expected it, to 
guide us and to protect us. 




A friendly smile from Mrs. Hayes. Is that a smile, Mrs. Novogroski? 



Mrs. Hayes mingles with students. 



Always there in our time of need! (Mr. 
Vas, Mike Faubert) 













GUIDANCE 



The Guidance Department is a valuable part of the 
support services for students and their families at 
Wellesley High School. Generally, students use the 
department as a source of help and information. Stu¬ 
dents learn about grading systems, time manage¬ 
ment, and how to plan appropriately for both their 
high school and college courses. Through group guid¬ 
ance, Freshmen are welcomed and informed ^out 
school activities. Sophomores begin analyzing them¬ 
selves, finding their interests, and exploring career 
opportunities. Juniors and Seniors work with the 
counselors to make post high school plans. Ms. 
O’Byrne and Mr. Hughart work with the classes of 
1993 and 1995, and Mrs. Gulrich and Mr. Touhey 
work with the classes of 1992 and 1994. Mrs. Lysaght 
is the Registrar. The Guidance Department is assisted 
by two secretaries, Ms. Sannicandro and Mrs. Walsh. 
Mr. Whelahan and his staff provide guidance sem¬ 
inars, parent workshops, and counseling. 


The “Great Wall” of Wellesley High School 



“What college was I looking for?” 



So many colleges to choose from! 
(Kelly McGinness) 




What would we do without Rose- 
anne?? 


military 


A familiar sight 


GUIDANCE STAFF — L-r: Mrs. Gulrich, Ms. O’Byrne, Ms. Binet, Mrs. 
Miller (School Nurse), Mr. Touhey, Mr. Whelahan (Department Head), Mr. 
Hughart. 


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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 


The English Department worked “Eight Days a Week” 
to turn English classes into more of a comfortable learn¬ 
ing community. By fitting the writing lab into even more 
teachers’ schedules, there was more time for students to 
take advantage of this wonderful resource. The English 
Department tried to “Get Together” with many of the 
other departments such as Social Studies and Science to 
create more unity among the different areas of study. The 
culmination of the four years of English classes was the 
Senior project. 



“I like sharing.” (Mrs. Goddard, Emily Merowltz) 




“English is cool.” (Charles Allen, Mrs. Adler, Abayomi Mitchell, Guillermo 
Vlldosola, Michael Calderwood) 


THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT — Mr. Goddard, Mr. Benson, Mr. McCormick, A smile is worth a thousand words. 
Mrs. Goddard, Mrs. McCoy, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Flske, Mrs. Adler, Mrs. Frick, (Mrs. McCoy, Carlos Kase) 

Mrs. Dixon 




Mrs. Goddard in Humanities 















“Computers save the day.* 
Department) 


(Mr. Goddard, Head of the English 


Scheming English teachers (Mrs. Goddard, Mrs. Frick) 




‘Everyone loves to gather in Mrs. Goddard’s room!” 


‘‘English is our favorite language. 
(Julie Parker, Jen Lapon) 


‘‘Don’t ever sneak up on me again!” (Mr. 
Benson) 


“I prefer romance novels over Greek 
Tragedies.” (Mrs. Frick) 


English class always makes us smile. (Mr. 
McCormick, Nicole Jones) 


These boots were made for walking. 
(Mr. Goddard) qi 






























ADD IT UP! 



There have been some changes in the Math Depart¬ 
ment this year, and although they’ve had to share their 
rooms with the Science Department, things have gone 
smoothly. Mr. Spurr is busy running back and forth to 
the Middle School, and Mr. Tripp has moved from Chem¬ 
istry to Algebra, and Mr. Tiberio Is shifting his Geometry 
gears to Algebra and Trigonometry. 


Some of you may pass ..(Mr. Edson) 


“Get down and give me twenty.” (Mr, 
Levin) 


Math Is just a hobby!” (Mr. Barr and his class) 


Standing: Mr. Levin, Mr. Wlchura, Mr. Tlberlo, Mr. LaBorne. Sitting: Mr. Craig, Mr. Barr, Dr. Rumsey, Mr. Edson. 




















“Do you really think 1 have time to smile?” (Mr. Tripp) “Who’s next at the board?” (Mr. Wichura) 



You can’t get extra credit for THAT! (Mr. LaBorne, J. Fitzgibbons, C. Cohen) 


Math always makes me hungry. (J. 
Guiffre) 









HISTORY OF US 

The Social Studies Department continued the Wellesley High School drive for excellence. The 
department head, Mr. Whitbeck, and the staff — Mr. Campbell, Mr. Stiles, Mrs. Johnson, Mr, 
Kerivan, Ms. Lynn, Mrs. Grattan-Richardson, and Mr. Murphy — added and changed the cur¬ 
riculum In order to give the students insight into the world’s past, present, and future. For instance, 
the Sophomore history course was changed from Modern European History to Modern World History. 
At the same time, the tried and true electives were still available to the Seniors. The Soviet Exchange 
occurred this year as did the Close-Up trip to Washington, D.C. With the help of our faithful history 
teachers, we were on “The Road to Find Out” our “Possible Pasts.” 




Smile pretty, Ms. Lynn! 


THE SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT — (Mr. Stiles. Mr. Campbell. Mrs. 
Grattan-Richardson. Mr. Whitbeck, Mrs. Johnson) 


“Are you kidding?” (Jay MacMaster, Katie Walsh. Corey Hollister) 


Mr. Whitbeck. Department Head 






























Picture perfect, Mr. Kerivan 


Mr. Murphy in action! 


“Get my good side!” (Mr. Stiles) 




“GUNS. GUNS. GUNS!” (Our Southern gent. Mr. Campbell) 


Serious Mr. Whitbeck 

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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 


For the first half of the year, the Science rooms were, 
for the most part, unavailable. Therefore, the Science 
classes had to relocate to other classrooms around the 
school. At the beginning of the second semester, the 
Science teachers started off with brand-new renovated 
Science classrooms. 




“Lunch break Dr. Rumsey?’* (Head of Department) 


“Let’s be chemical.” (E. Cooke, E. Hatch, M. Sansonetti and K. Lucarelli) 



— _- 

“THE ILLUSTRIOUS SCIENCE DEPARTMENT” — (Mr. Boston, Mr. Bowman. 
Dr. Yarosh, Mr. Coulombe, Dr. Rumsey, Mr. Seiger, Mrs. Hallowell, Mr. Scafati, 
Mrs. Crosson) 


“Speaking of Biology . . (Mr. 
Coulombe) 



“Hard Day’s Night” (Mrs. Hallowell) 























“Have a happy day“ (Mr. Seiger) “Unlike forces repel??’* (Mr. Russell, A. Papageorgiou) 



“The happy scientist at work.” (Mr. 
Scafati) 


“Young Einstein” (Colin Greineder) 


“It’s just one of those days.” (Mr. 
Bowman) 



“Ben Tavel contemplating the uni- “Always on the cutting edge of fashion ...” 
verse, as usual! ” (Yash min Cooppan) 


“I believe the answer is CAT.” 
(Meow Boyle) 








CALLING ALL NATIONS 





The Foreign Language Department has kept the stu¬ 
dents of Wellesley High School busy this past year. The 
German, French, and Costa Rican exchanges all went 
exceptionally well. The students had a great time and 
learned a lot about the cultural differences of foreign 
countries. The French and Spanish classes were also 
involved in a telecommunication show in which they 
could interact with the television studio and other high 
schools in the district. All of the classes went on various 
field trips which gave the students the opportunity to 
explore outside the classroom. The teachers have suc¬ 
ceeded in bringing the world around us to the students of 
Wellesley High School. 

"No more excuses. Just give me your homework! 
(Senora Grodberg, Chris Lomuto) 


‘‘Wie gehts” (Hannah Boyle, Steph -Pniir it nni” fMr Fcnncitni know something you don’t know." 

Eisenbarth) Esposito) Lgyjne) 



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“What’s up, brother?” (Mr. Haggerty) 


“Listen and learn.” (Senor Ubaldlno) 



















“No autographs, please!” (Senor Droney) 


“Hey, how y’all doin’?” (Senor Brown) 



“Vogue” (Mme. Avots, Nick Genes) 


“We love fifth year Spanish!” (Lisa Rybolt, Suzy 
Levinson) 


THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT — Back row: Senor Ubaldino, Senor Brown, Frau Stueart, Mr. Haggerty, Mme. 
Morris, Mr. Esposito. Front row: Mme. Avots, Senora Grodberg, Frau Brownell. 




















BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND TECHNOLOGY 


When it comes to this unique department, the many 
facets of business education offered by its various programs 
are the key to its success. Under the direction of Mr. 
Vasaturo, this department offered a wide range of business 
and computer oriented courses. The business department 
edso directed the school store, Copell’s Campus Treasures, 
and was responsible for producing the yearbook. The Wel- 
lesleyan. One of the most notable courses that was offered 
this year was Desktop Publishing, a program which was 
run in conjunction with the English department, and which 
has been nationally recognized by the Apple Corporation. 
Another innovative course was the Business Administra¬ 
tion class, taught in Cooperation with Junior Achievement. 
With the assistance of a corporate sponsor from Common¬ 
wealth Energy, the members of this class marketed a prod¬ 
uct and discovered the reality of economics first hand. 



A meeting of the minds. (D. Cunningham, Mrs. Lord, 
Mrs. Ostrer) 



THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT — L to “I’ll take one of those.” (C. Van Wert, 
r: F. Goodman, J. Lord, E. Dixon, S. Ostrer. J. Kelley, K. Becker) 



70 


“This doesn’t seem to add up.” (J. Lapon, Mrs. Ostrer) 


’’Playing computer games is so invig¬ 
orating.” (S. Kocher) 







SPECIAL SERVICES 



(Mr. Choney, Ms. Lobach) 


The Special Services Department at Wellesley High 
School provided a variety of supportive services for 
students in need. These services included one or 
more of the following: consultation with teachers, 
parents, and specialists; skills coordination class; 
speech and language therapy; individual or group 
counseling; adaptive physical education; an alter¬ 
native education program; a language program; or a 
variety of other services which were necessary to 
further a student’s educational growth. 




(Mrs. Kirk) 


Back row: Ms. Clifford, Dr. Coleman, Department Head Mrs. Hershenson, Mr. 
Carpenter, Mrs. Bourne. Front row: Mrs. Tyman, Mrs. Katz, Ms. Kalotkln, Mrs. 
Zalosh. 


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ART DEPARTMENT 





“You did WHAT in the dark room?*’ (Mr. Rutledge. 
Amanda Art) _ 


Under the guidance of Mr. Rutledge and Mr. Callahan, 
the Art Department is continuing its pursuit of creativity 
in all aspects of graphic design. From pen and ink to 
water color and oil, imagination can run wild. One of the 
interesting things they did this year was to make a 
“death mask.” This involved pouring plaster on a stu¬ 
dent’s face, letting it dry, and pulling it off to see the 
impression it had made. Another new project started this 
year in photography was a product called “Liquid Light.” 
You can spray this onto any object (like a pair of jeans), 
put it under the enlarger, and print pictures on your 
object! We were very surprised when we saw photo¬ 
graphs of people we knew on our friends’ jeans! 



Mr. Callahan. Neela B. 


“Can you pass the Cheese Balls?” (Ian 
Fitzpatrick. Jay Bliss) 


“If I shade a little bit here . . 
(Amanda 


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Mr. Willemann. Mr. Rutledge, and Mr. Callahan 














PERFORMING ARTS 



Singing Away (WHS Chorus) 


The Performing Arts Department began the year with 
flying colors. This year, there were two new additions to 
the department. Mr. Megan joined WHS for drama, and 
Ms. Wightman, for chorus. The band, with teach¬ 
er/conductor, Mr. Platt, got back into the rhythm by 
performing at the opening of F. A. O. Schwartz in Boston 
and at the Schofield Elementary School for a back-to- 
school concert. Walter Chesnus from the University of 
Massachusetts conducted a one-day clinic for the band. 
Some musicians experimented with synthesizer and 
computer music during the year. The Performing Arts 
Department aspires to be able to compose a film score as 
a new project. 



Mr. Megan 




Bend and Stretch (The Moving Company) 


“And here’s Dr. Nlcolucci!” 


Good morning, Ms. Wightman 



Sing It, Frosh! (Betsey Carol, Brandy Boyd, Liz Lyman, Cathryn Augustyn, Shayne 
Bittenbender) 


Take a bow, Mr. Platt. 








THE STUFF THAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF 


The Home Economics Department offered a variety of 
exciting classes focusing on everything from sewing and 
cooking to fitness and child care. Budding chefs travelled 
the path from the basic Joy of Cooking to the more exotic 
international foods, finishing with a chance to work in 
the student-run Culinary Arts Cafe. This was an exciting 
year for students involved with Child Lab as well. Even 
more students became involved with the preschool 
through the addition of an afternoon group. For those 
who wished to work with their hands, the sewing class 
gave students an opportunity to create their own fash¬ 
ions. 


“We don’t keep secrets In Child Lab.” (Vanessa 
Menkes, Yashmin Cooppan, Ana Paola) 




“THE HOME EC. SQUAD” — (Mrs. Gorman, Ms. Ritter. Mrs. Novogroski) 



“Real” men cook pastries. (John Ms. Crayola Ritter and her pumpkin 
Soldano, Kris Kahn) 




“My special child” (Todd Rapp, P. J. 
Allen) 


“Come on in! Everyone’s welcome In the 
Home Ec. Department.” (Mrs. Gorman) 


“We always have fun In Child Lab.” 
(Blllle-Jean Elliot, Caitlln, Jessica 
Klelnberg) 


















INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



This year the Industrial Arts Department explored many 
aspects of the following: woodworking, transportation tech¬ 
nology, graphic arts, architecture and engineering. They 
raffled off a tool shed that they built themselves, resulting 
in a three thousand dollar scholarship. Brandon Lai, John 
Reine, and WHS graduate, Telmo Sampaio, worked closely 
with IBM building an artificial intelligence robot. The In¬ 
dustrial Arts Department developed a co-op and partner¬ 
ship with IBM this year. They had another MIT competition 
called the ‘‘summit meeting,” similar to the one that they 
have had in the past with sumo hockey and the sumo car 
clash. At the end of this year, Jared Stiff mastered IBM’s 
most powerful architectural and engineering program. The 
Industrial Arts Department showed a lot of progress this 
year and we anxiously wait to see their achievements in the 
years to come. 



“Sumo car wrestling” 


“Hey Architects” (Brian Ostrer, Trlcla Marchettl, Joan Yan Chan) 



“Sure it works, Nick?” (Nick Souter “Graphic Arts and their printing press” (Mr. Variey, Anthony Botzos, Seth 
and Mark Lai) Cohen, Brian Tucker) 

























ENJOY THE SILENCE 


The key function of the library is to assist the students 
with whatever questions they have. Although appearing 
quite stern at times, in order to maintain an academic 
and peaceful study area, the librarians have proven to be 
dedicated to their jobs and extremely helpful to students 
and teachers. In early November, the library Installed an 
on-line data base system with DIALOGUE. This sophis¬ 
ticated searching system proved to be considerably help¬ 
ful especially to students In the science and AP history 
areas. 




Hey Kim, “I’m Your Man.” (Kim Crawford, Matt 
Flanagan) 


Chris and Ian making good use of their time. (Chris Avery, Ian Fitzpatrick) 


Yes, I am a stud. (Jon Gamble) 



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“The Three Amlgas” (Mrs. Carpenter, Ms. Tobin, Ms. Blrlem) 


Ho, Hum ... (Jen Fltzglbbons) 










PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 



The Physical Education Department offered mul¬ 
tiple activities throughout the year to try to please 
everyone. They ranged from such unheard of 
games as Big-Base-Ball to Omelette. The Senior 
class was able to choose a new activity called Prob¬ 
lem Solving in which they did not — we repeat — 
did not have to change in order to participate — a 
WHS first in Physical Education! The goal for the 
department was for the students to get a well- 
rounded education through many different activ¬ 
ities. 


“May I help you?” (Mr. Tripp) 



“What do you think you’re doing?” “I wish I was In gym class.” (Scott Door- Just chillin’ (Mr. Loiter) 

(Mrs. Poltras) ley) 





















WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS 


As always, the custodial staff and the secretaries kept 
things rolling smoothly behind the scenes. The custodians 
had quite a year dealing with the renovations, but they 
came through with flying colors as the heating system was 
replaced and the science rooms were completely redone. 
They also had a moment of excitement and glory at Thanks¬ 
giving, when several of the custodians discovered a home¬ 
made Needham rocket in the middle of the football field. The 
secretaries kept the paperwork humming, and had their 
hands full signing out late passes, excuses for cuts, and 
various parking tickets. Mrs. Donahue, Mrs. Dorsey, Mrs. 
Donohue, Mrs. Leverone, Mrs. Coughlin, Mrs. Demetrius, 
and others served as the organizational nerve center of the 
school. Sid, our faithful parking lot attendant, was always 
there to keep Senior Road Trips in order, and to trap Un¬ 
derclassmen in the lot during lunch. 



You’re late, again? (Mrs. Coughlin) 



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Do you need a pass? (Mrs. E. Donohue) 


Who knows what’s going on In the lot while 
Sid Is inside! (S. Winston) 







Mr. Novlcki is a die-hard Raiders fan. 


So, do you want to double date with me and my gal tonight? 


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HAPPY TOGETHER 

UNDERCLASSMEN 





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CENTER STAGE 


In memory of 
Matthew G. Jong 
April 13, 1975-October 5, 1991 



Junior Class Officers: Nigam Shah. Nicole Hirsh, Aysha Sheikh, Carlos 
Kase 


This year the underclass officers worked very hard to provide fun and exciting events for their 
respective classes. The Freshman class officers were Courtney Seibert, President: Sophia Stanley, 
Vice President: Anne Marie Arcand, Secretary: and Robb Moore, Treasurer. The Sophomore officers 
were Ryan Quinn, President: Liz Stam, Vice President: Amanda Art, Secretary: and Jen Kelley, 
Treasurer. The Junior class officers were Aysha Sheikh, President: Nigam Shah, Vice President: 
Nicole Hirsh, Secretary: and Carlos Kase, Treasurer. 



82 1994 Class Officers 

Liz. Jen. Ryan (missing from picture Amanda) 


1995 Class Officers 
Robb. Courtney, Sophia, Anne Marie 











UNDERCLASS AWARDS 


American Legion Auxiliary — 

Girls’ State: Vanessa Martir 
American Legion Auxiliary — 

Boys* State: Daniel Ferry, Kris Kahn. 
Brian Ostrer 

CWPE Copell Junior Leadership 
Award: Mikaela Lidgard 
principaPs Recognition 
Certificate of Attendance: Florian 
Wilken, exchange student from Ger¬ 
many 

Governor’s Scholar: Alexander 
Spivakovsky 

METCO Award: Samiyyah Chap¬ 
man 

Amigos de las Americas Recogni¬ 
tion: Anna Larkowich, David Shea, 
Avinash Venkataraman 
Academic Decathlon Team Recog¬ 
nition: Brendan Daly, Adam Cohen, 
Nicholas Genes, David Negro, Susan 
priver Alternates: Elizabeth Brown, 
Rahim Sohani 

Xhe Wellesley ABC Program 
Award: Vanessa Martir 
Bradford Award: Christopher Grif¬ 
fith 

Art Department 

Wellesley Arts and Crafts Guild 
Junior Year Art Award: Painting 
— Eileen McLoughlin, Crafts — Lei¬ 
la Saad, Photography — Brian Os¬ 
trer, Globe Scholastic Art Awards 
Recognition — Blue Ribbon: Rebec¬ 
ca Bargoot, Gold Key: Seth Shepsle, 
Judges’ Distinction: Amanda Dillon 

Athletic Department 
Most Valuable Players Awards: Fall 
Cheerleading — Jill Montgomery 
Student Athletic Trainer — Megan 
Kennedy 

Boys’ Cross Country — Chris Reese 
Girls’ Swimming — Margaret Reiley 
Golf — David Rempis 
Gymnastics — Molly Russell 
Boys’ Basketball — Dan Godrlck 
Wrestling — Luke Renjilian-Burgy 
Baseball — Dan Graham 

Business Administration 

Department 

Babson College Book Award: Mike 
Hallett 

English Department 

Freshman English Award: Elisa¬ 
beth Jacobs 

Taffy Zimhlcr Book Award: Chrys- 
tie Perry 

Brown University Book Award: 


Nina Shope 

Foreign Language Department 

Classics Awards sponsored by 
Foreign Language Department 
Classical Greek: Amy Sleeper, Latin 
1: Nina Shope, Latin 11: Elizabeth 
Mone, Latin 111: Ambrose Cohen 
French Awards sponsored by 
Wellesley Kiwanis Club 
French 11: Sarah Dinwoodey, French 
111: Erica Larschan 
German Awards sponsored by the 
West German Consulate 
German 1: Kristen Becker, German 
11: John Maher, German 111: Colin 
Greineder 

Spanish Awards sponsored by the 

Mildred C. Thelan Scholarship 
Fund 

Spanish 1: Liana Tuller, Spanish II: 
Susan Rudders, Spanish III: Elise 
Bernal, Spanish IV: Ambrose Cohen 

Home Economics Department 

Wheelock College Book Award: 

Megan Kennedy 

Lesley College Book Award: Megan 
Gamble 

Mathematics, Science & 
Technology Department Awards 

Wellesley Rotary Club Awards 

Freshman: Scott Robertson 
Sophomore: Carl Eriksson 
Junior: Luke Burns 

Computer Science Award: David 
Negro 

American High School Mathemat¬ 
ics Exam Recognition: Colin Grei¬ 
neder 

Introduction to the Laboratory Sci¬ 
ences Freshman Award: Sharon 
Levinson 

Biology Book Award: Dan Giffin 
Edward H. Herlin Chemistry Book 
Award: Erica Larschan 
Princeton University Physics Book 
Award: Colin Greineder 
Bausch & Lomb Science Award: 
Luke Burns 

Matthew Jong Memorial Award: 

Andrew Mulkerin, Jared Stiff 

Performing Arts Department 

Choral Recognition: Joel Baden, 
Emily Kofsky, Eileen McLoughlin 
Drama-Acting/Technical Recog¬ 
nition: Allison Falwell, Mikaela 
Lidgard, Meesha Outerbridge 
Instrumental Recognition: Michael 
McDonnell, Janet Nackoney, Joshua 


Sherman 

Orchestra Recognition: Liana Tul¬ 
ler, Marya McDonough, Gabriel En¬ 
right 

Social Studies Department 

Gardner Merchant Freshman 
Award: Daniel Chu 
Sophomore Award: Erica Larschan 
Ernest F. Upham Memorial Award: 

Christine Bower 

College Book Awards 
Harvard Book: Colin Greineder 
Holy Cross Book: Christine Bower 
Williams Book: Luke Burns 
Boston University Book: Amy 
Sleeper 

Dartmouth College Book: Daniel 
Godrick 

Cornell University Book: Susan 
Priver 

Wellesley College Book: Nina 
Shope 



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•-D hh O (ft 


Kirstie Arneaud 
Rami Aude 
Joshua Balcomb 


Michelle Barnicle 
Timothy Barros 
Kristin Becker 


Elizabeth C. Belanger 
Christine Bower 
Mark Briand 


Elizabeth M. Brown 
Yolanda Brown 
Leo Buckley 


Alex Burdenko 
Luke Burns 
Tara Cabral 
David Chafin 
Andrew Chen 
Rebecca Chipps 
Joost “Paul” Coebergh 


Adam Cohen 
Ambrose Cohen 
Elizabeth M. Cohen 


Eric Collard 
Jane Condon 
Evelyn Cooke 


Colin Cooney 
Jena Cotreau 
Janessa Croke 


Janelle Crowley 
Nathan Curtis 
Michael Dacey 



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miiiiiiiiinnui A\\i\UU 


Alanna Dalton 
Michael Defazlo 
Peter Diamond 



Julie Delude 
Amanda Ellenwood 
Dan Ferry 


Ian A. Fitzpatrick 
Leanne Fitzsimmons 
Lindsay Flynn 


Gregg Furle 
Kristie Gackenheimer 
Megan Gamble 


Christopher Gaughan 
Nicholas Genes 
Brett Geoly 
Michael Gleason 
Dan Godrlck 
Samantha Golov 
Daniel Graham 


Colin Grelneder 
Chris Griffith 
Jill Grignafflni 


Michael Hallett 
Elizabeth Hatch 
Meredith Hatch 


Jamie Hayman 
Kurt Heckel 
Liv Hegstad 


Andrea Hendricks 
Jeannette Hicks 
Nicole Hirsh 


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•-D D S hh O pi CD 


David W. Hoffman, Jr. 
Timothy Hogan 
Corey Hollister 


Sean Houlihan 
Noel D. Hudson 
Tenneysa Hughes 


Kelley Ann Hurley 
Christopher Jones 
Eileen Joy 


Kris Kahn 
Jacqueline Kang 
Carlos Kase 


June Kehoe 
Megan Kennedy 
George Kilmain 
Rishi Kinra 
Amanda Klttredge 
Scott Kocher 
David Kong 


Heather Kuske 
Marc Lai 
Christopher Lange 


Anna Larkowich 
Andrew Leggat 
Kristen Lucarelli 


David Maffucci 
Daphne Mahoney 
Torrey Marshall 


Vanessa Martlr 
Reginald McDonough 
Eileen McLoughlln 



A smiling fan (K. Lucarelli) 


you listening to? (L. Burns) 


Hey Luke, what 


are 


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Stacy Miller 
Joanna Morse 
Robin Mosby 


Andrew Mulkerin 
Kim Murray 
David Negro 


Karen Nichols 
Carl Nilsson 
Meghan B. Nolan 


Daniel O’Toole 
Jonathan Olsen 
Brian Ostrer 


Antigone Papageorgiou 
Jeremy Parker 
Alex Patterson 
Amy E. Perkins 
Jonathan Peters 
David Picariello 
Christopher Porter 


Susan Priver 
Todd Rapp 
Christopher Reese 


David A. Rempis 
Luke Renjilian-Burgy 
Sark Renjilian-Burgy 


James Richardson 
Ian Rideout 
Margaret Rieley 


Ana Robinson 
Allison Rourke 
Leila Saad 


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Michael Sansonetti 
Carl Savage 
Jordan Sax 
Nigam Shah 
Aysha Sheikh 
Todd Sheldrlck 
Joshua Sherman 


Nina Shope 
Scott Showstead 
Amy Sleeper 
Tonya Smythwlck 


John Soldano 
Flavla Souto 
Sarah Sperbeck 
Margaret Steere 


Charles Steward 
Randolph Stewart 
Emily Stifler 
Matthew Sullivan 


Ann Tarantino 
Ellen Thomas 
Haukur Thorgilsson 
Sally Tognarelli 
Kimberly Torres 
Alexander Trainer 
David Tranum 


Paul Tryon 
Benjamin Wang 
Monica Weadbrock 
Thomas Wensink 
Florlan Wilken 
Mark Wollaston 
Naamah Zltomersky 



Juniors not pictured 
Hans Anderson 
Daniel J. Burke 
Alison Corrigan 
Brendan Daly 
Christopher Edelson 
Gabriel Enright 
Amy Haffermehl 
Shawn Hogan 
Janessa Issacs 
Christopher Jones 
Jennifer Kersey 
Jan Korbel 
Robert Kulch 
Mariana Lazo 
Mikaela Lidgard 
James Macmaster 
Susan Martin 
Dan Moller 
Mellisa O’Neil 
Anthony Pollino 
Ivy Ponder 
Nicole Rubin 
Eben Sawyer 
Nicholas Gutter 
Jared Stiff 
Katherine Walsh 
Taryn Yaltanes 
Julia Zlbler 



Move the sun over a little more (C. Kase) 
















































OH WHAT A NIGHT 

This year’s Junior Prom was a great success. As kids of all 
grades crowded into the Tara Sheraton in Framingham, the 
music was already booming. A great time was had by all and 
everyone looked spectacular in their tuxes and dresses. 


Great moves Reggie! (Reggie McDonough and Jena 
Coutreau) 



A picture perfect couple (Mike Sansonetti and Rebecca Chlpps) 



“Is that what they call dancing?” “Karen, What do you MEAN you don’t 
(Sarah Sperbeck) want to dance!!” (John Saldano) 



“Hey ... I know she’s not my date ...” (Jeremy Parker and Friend) 



Open wide girls!! (Megan Kennedy, Megan Gamble, Jane 
Condon and Meg Steere) 



NIG!!! (Nigam Shah) 



Look at that smiling face!! (Ann 
Tarentino) 



“Hey James, how do you do that?” (Luke 
Renjilllan-Burgy and James “Bull” Rich¬ 
ardson) 







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Sharon M. Alderstein 
Julie Allen 
Amanda Art 


Valerie A. Barges 
Mlrela Bergamo 
Margaret Berkery 


Ellse Bernal 
Ja’neane Blackall 
Simone Bloomer 


Robert Michael Bond 
David Boswell 
Joseph Boyle 


Lauren Breimyer 
Daniel Burg 
Laura Callahan 
Amy Michelle Cariseo 
Rachel Carney 
Mark Cavaliero 
Natalia Celli 


Joseph Chan 
Lauren Chandler 
Alice Lee Chang 


Samiyyah Chapman 
Alice Chen 
Christofer Chiappa 


Kathleen M. Cloonan 
Cindy Cohen 
Lawanda Cooley 


Ranee Cooley 
David Cooney 
Christine Courtney 



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Joshua W. Crawford 
Kimberly Crawford 
Maggie Cuches 


Kathleen Dacey 
Ana De Los Santos 
Samantha Denby 


Garo Der Hagoplan 
Kyle A. Dewar 
Amanda K. Dillon 


William Doiron 
Kathleen Doyle 
Kimberly Drew 


Carl Eriksson 
Stephen C. Ewing 
Alyson A. Falwell 
Anne Faubert 
Christina Fitzgerald 
Jennifer Fltzgibbons 
Kimberly Fitzsimmons 


Brian Forsythe 
Joanna Fox 
liana Freitas 


Amanda Freltas-Gelberman 
Philip Geha 
Brandon Geoly 


Amanda V. Gerstmayr 
Michelle Glnsburg 
Rachael Gloss 


Jill Goldberg 
Scott Goldberg 
Carolyn Hall 


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Matthew Hall 
Tara Hanlon 
Jeffrey Harris 


Todd Heacock 
Noah Heller 
Alissa Hennekens 


Brian Hennessey 
Jessica Horan 
Eric Jerskey 


Berlt Ann Johnson 
Tracy B. Jolles 
Sanglta Joshl 


Hye Won Jung 
Alexander Kalejs 
Diane Kaplan 
Jennifer Kelley 
Elizabeth Kerchner 
Alex Klabln 
Holly Marie Kuske 


Nerlne Kwan 
John D. Labruzzo 
Erica Lanzo 


Erica Larschan 
Elizabeth Llcht 
Robin Lltster 


Noah Lucarelll 
Jonathan Lynch 
Megan Mahan 


John “Shep” Maher 
Michael McDonnell 
Marya McDonough 



Don’t come any closer (A. De Los Santos) 


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“Don’t Ask Me Why!” (Q. Walsh) 


Carol McMuirlch 
Elizabeth McStay 
Nlckolas Meekins 


Monique Melanson 
Vanessa Menkes 
Sadhana R. Mohr 


Elizabeth Mone 
Tina Mongiardo 
Roger Montalto 


Jill Montgomery 
Marya Moore 
Matthew Morse 


Joseph Mullaney 
Joshua Murphy-Katz 
Dimitri Musing 
Kathryn Nash 
Caroline Nesblt 
Anne O’Brien 
Siobhan O’Brien 


Meghan Ottersten 
Colleen Palladini 
Laura Pate 


Chrystie Perry 
Steven Pollenz 
Ryan Quinn 


Stephen Reidy 
Rodger Reis 
Timothy Rogers 


Suzanne Ronkin 
Molly Russell 
Liberty Schilpp 


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Amy Schmidt 
David Shea 
Seth Shepsle 
Daniel Sherman 


Rahim A. Sohani 
Mario Solari 
Rebecca Spalding 
Alexander Splvakovsky 


Klrstln Staaterman 
Monica Staaterman 
Elizabeth Stam 
Samuel Steere 


Justin Stokes 
Amanda Stone 
Teyarnna Straughter 
Timothy Sullivan 
Kimberly D. Taylor 
Anthony Tecce 
Shannon Toomey 


John Trayers III 
Alison Van Vort 
Courtney Van Wert 
Valerie Velez 
Caterina Vespa 
Geoffrey Walker 
Jake Wallace 


Quentin Walsh 
John Walston 
Ann Ward 
Kelly Warner 
Adam Well 
Heather Weiner 
Melody White 


Jason Whitney 
Janet Williams 
Carrie Wollaston 




SOPHOMORES NOT 
PICTURED 

Laura M. Burtt 
Colin Capoblanco 
Talll Clemons 
Willie Coleman 
Joey D’Agostino 
Benjamin Dallas 
Joseph Grogan 
James Gustowski 
Shawn Gustowski 
Jessica Hodklnson 
Brian Karbel 
Emily Kofsky 
Peta-Jon Lincoln 
Christian Lamuto 
Christopher Maradie 
Kelly Ann Murray 


“Where Do the Children Play?” (T. Hanlon 
and K. Drew) 



Brendan O’Connor 
Megan O’Neil 
Michael Panagako 
Julie Ann Parsons 
All Reza Poortassogy 
Edson Porto 
Chris Reed 
Timothy Rich 
Kyle P. Rugg 
Abraham M. Sasso 
Charlene M. Sasso 
Shauna Smith 
Sean Sullivan 
Brian Toohey 
Avinash Venkataraman 
Heather Welch 
Tameka Whitehead 
Tamlka Williams 






































I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY 



Going for the Seniors (A. Art, M. Hay. H. Benny Yeah, we think we’re cool (J. Boyle, D. Cooney 
and K. Frlsoli) and Q. Walsh) 



“We’re sportin’ the upperclassmen this year!” (Ryan Quinn. Stacy Miller, Steve Pollenz, Merrie 
Hatch, Colin Capobianco, and Llv Hegstad) 



“Oh my Gawd, you have the best dress!” 
(Heather Welch and Jason Mullen) 



“Can you say HAPPY?” (Katie Doyle) 


“We use Colgate.” (Courtney VanWert and 
Tracy Jolles) 


“Let’s keep on dancing!” (Noah Heller and 
Jen Kelly) 



This year the semi-formal dance was a 
combined dance with the sophomores 
and the freshmen. The cafeteria was 
packed with underclassmen dancing the 
night away. The dance lasted from 8:30 
until 11:00. Many upperclassmen were 
invited this year and many even showed 
up after the dance was over! It was a fun 
night and many wished it had never 
ended. 



“Put your head on my shoulder ...” (Betsy McStay 
and Carl Eriksson) 



“What are you looking at?” (Matt Nlllson and 
Monique Dole) 95 





















Charles Allen 
Cristina Antlvo 
Annemarie Arcand 


Catherine Augustyn 
Elizabeth Avery 
Joel S. Baden 


Rebecca Bargoot 
Marc Barron 
Alison Beals 


Anltra Beckers 
Angel J. Belcher 
Heidi Benny 


Ben C. Bergeron 
Shayne Blttenbender 
Jonathan Bloom 
Judson Bogard 
Gregory Botzos 
Joceline Bourguignon 
Brandy Boyd 


Shemeka Boylorn 
Catherine “Lizzie” Brady 
Jesse Lee Bulpett 


Michael Calderwood 
Janlne M. Caputo 
Shawn Card 


Betsle Carroll 
Andres Catala 
Bethany Chandler 


Daniel M. Chu 
Matthew Clayson 
Erica Cohen 



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It wasn’t that funny! (A. Herring and C. Malone) 


Put your left arm in ...” (K. McLaren) 


Eve Cohen 
Aaron Coles 
Lindsay Cotter 


Elisabeth Curry 
Lauren Curtis 
Zoe K. Damplo 


Christine Darlington 
Michelle Demjen 
Sara Devaney 


Waisha Dillard 
Sarah Dinwoodey 
Monique Dole 


Harry Q. Donovan 
Eric Dwyer 
Christopher Dye 
Elizabeth Eastman 
Stephan Eisenbarth 
Christopher Ellis 
Jennifer Eng 


Barry English 
Jonathan Epstein 
Katherine Faria 


Leslie Fawkes 
Alexandra Feldman 
Marla F. Finlson 


Chris Finlay 
Caroline Finnerty 
Kimberly Flynn 


Laura Gaither 
Heather Garni 
Matthew Geheran 


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Daniel Giffin 
Adam Goetzl 
Julie Goldberg 


Joseph Gonzalez 
Yoshimltsu Goto 
Jessica Graham 


Frances Hall 
Michele Hallor 
Michael Hamilton 


Brendan V. Hayes 
Jason Heacook 
Lisa Heckel 


Anita Herring 
Peter Hess 
Karin Hesselvik 
Llane Hicks 
Nathaniel Houlares 
Angela Huang 
Richard Hull 


Evan Hume 
Eleanor Hurley 
Elisabeth S. Jacobs 


Anna Katherine Jensen 
Hee Seok Jung 
Nicolas Kase 


Jeremy Kasper 
Elizabeth Katsorls 
John Kittredge 


Katherine Knudsen 
Michael Kruse 
Elizabeth Lapon 



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Andrew Leahy 
Natasha Leak 
Sharon Levinson 


Basil Lewis 
Krystal Locke 
Justin Love 


Elizabeth Lyman 
Leslie Macintosh 
Christine Magenheimer 


Matthew Magiera 
Timothy Maly 
Gregory Mansfield 


David Maxwell 
Collin McCormick 
Alexis McGinness 
Katherine McLaren 
Courtney Michael 
Kathleen Miller 
Jordana Mirel 


Abayomi Mitchell 
Gregory Montopoll 
Robert Moore 


Rob Morrison 
Joseph Morse-Salvatl 
William Mulkerln 


Jason Mullen 
Emily Muller 
Jay Patrick Mullowney 


Jennifer Murphy 
Janet Nackoney 
Tola Nelson 


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Matthew Nilsson 
Bridget O’Connell 
Michael O’Connor 


Alexis Ortiz 
Meesha Outerbrldge 
Rebecca Parker 


Mark Parks 
Kara Pascucci 
Cristina Perdonl 


Joseph Perdoni 
Rebecca Peters 
Nicholas D. Pioppi 


Kathryn Pollino 
Katherine Porter 
Heather Potter 
Jonathan Powers 
Alexander Quigley 
William Quirk 
James Reese 


Stephen Register 
Carly G. Regnler 
Megan Reilly 


Andrew Renzella 
Alexandra Rich 
Kevin Rideout 


Scott Robertson 
Gabriel Rosenn 
Sara Rosenthal 


Hilary Ryder 
Katherine M. Sandman 
Lesley Schoenfeld 



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Owen Seery 
Courtney Seibert 
Molly Sergei 
Victoria L. Shaffer 
Aaron Sherman 
Melissa Silverman 
Jeffrey Sipe 


Victoria Smith 
Bradford Sollnsky 
Andrew Somerville 
Sofia Stanley 


Scott N. Stedman 
Amy Stetson 
Zachary Stoff 
Dana Thomson 


Liana R. Tuller 
Damien Vassall 
Guillermo Vlldosola 
Jacqueline Vlmo 



a Wiley Wakeman 
Andrew Warren 
Lisa Washburn 
Julia Watson 

- ^ Joseph Wensink 

^ \ del Wharton 

Jason Whyman 


Sharle Wilkie 
Caroline Williams 
Donnette Wilson 
Gregory Wolf 
Alex York 
Qulnby E. Yost 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED 

Charles Amorosino 
A. Wade Blackman 
Robert Bond 
Amanda Callahan 
Juan Davila 
Allca Dlvens 
Joseph Egan 
Christopher Malone 
Armand Merghart 
Joshua Rubel 
Susan Rudders 
Rlsa Sparks 
Daniel Stellar 
Marcus Stoudemire 
Bernard Wilder 


Smile pretty (B. Peters, C. Magenheimer, B. Parker 
and J. Goldberg) 



‘Forever Young” (L. Lapon, K. Hesselvlk and M. Demjen) 










































EXPRESS YOURSELF 

ORGANIZATIONS 





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103 







EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY 


This year the dedicated staff met every 
day to pull together a fun and exciting 
yearbook. Under the instruction of Mrs. 
Lord and Mrs. Ostrer and editorial exper¬ 
tise of Andrea Pribaz, the jobs were com¬ 
pleted. A clever theme worked very well 
and all the highlights of the year will be 
remembered. 



How do I do this? (Sannle Peters) 



Searching for Just the right picture (Staff) 




104 


One handed typist (Naamah Zltomersky) 


No, I’m not playing computer games. (Emma 
Hurley) 









I didn’t know you were taking the picture big boy. (Jessie Davidson) 



Totally unposed (Andrea Prlbaz, Jon Dinwoodey) 



Meeting deadlines on time (Nicole Hirsh) 


What are you looking at? (Jamie Marchettl, Stacy Miller) 



Taking a break (Melissa Halloran, Jamie Marchettl) 


Yes, I finished my story. (Kristie Gack- 
enheimer) 105 





















MAKING SOME NOISE 


Key Club, the nation’s largest high 
school service organization, had a success¬ 
ful year under strong leadership. Each of¬ 
ficer gave a unique character to the club. 
Alicia’s energy and drive, Tim’s humor, 
Peter’s keen business instincts, Larry’s 
satire, Julie’s organization, and Diane’s 
dependability all contributed to a great 
year. Advisor, Mr. Campbell, became an 
expert on “smoothing out the edges.’’ The 
two main projects, the Kiwanis Pediatric 
Trauma Institute and Neuro Fibromatosis 
were the focus of Key Club’s activities. 
Other activities Included a senior citizen 
dinner, concession stands, and ticket 
sales. Most importantly. Key Club proved 
that when individuals work together they 
can make a difference. 



Chillin’ with Shakespeare. (Alicia Talanlan and Julie Allen) 



The exciting freshman barbeque 




We didn’t pose for this picture. (P. Panagako, J. 
Bruno, A. Talanlan, L. Kaplan) 


Nice weiner (Tim Dowling) 


106 








Another happy group at the meeting (K. Taylor, T. Mongiardo, K. Crawford) 


All dressed up and no place to go 



Taking charge (A. Talanian, D. Kaplan) Freshmen sampling the marvelous 

High School food 107 


















FLASH DANCE 


For the past ten years, Mr. Jack Rut¬ 
ledge has faithfully advised the Photo 
Club. With his help, we were able to 
plan and execute another year of ex¬ 
citing events. This year featured Omni 
Theater trips, a night photography ex¬ 
pedition, as well as experiencing the 
works of Ansel Adams and the pho¬ 
tographers of the El Salvador Civil 
War. Many people had fun at the Bos¬ 
ton Globe Scholastic Art Awards; 
while the canoeing trip was an intro¬ 
spective and exhilarating adventure. 



Gordon Llchter 


Seth has fun In the Photo Club. (Seth Shep- 
sle) 




The new and Improved plumbing system In the de¬ 
veloping room makes Katrln happy. (Katrln Thorgll- 
sson) 


Mr. Rutledge thinks of activities to 
plan with Jamie ... or is it Nllsa? 



I soak in Palmolive every day to get rid of my dish-pan hands. 
(Sara Sperbeck) 


The Photo Club Organizers/Officers: Jamie Marchetti (Pres.), Nllsa Shepsle (V.P.), Wow! I love the Photo Club’s great events! What great new 
Kristin Gullage (Treas.), Dave Owen (Sec.), Brian Ostrer (Publ.). activity is next? (Lizzie Jacobs) 














THE BRADFORD 





The Bradford once again enjoyed a 
successful year in ’91-’92, coming out 
with five issues of news, features, 
sports, and interviews. The paper was 
led for most of the year by a core of 
experienced seniors, but the influx of 
enthusiastic underclassmen helped 
smooth out the inevitable senior slump 
of the spring. The year was highlighted 
by an April Fools’ Day issue featuring 
a very interesting cover shot of Mrs. 
Goddard. Mr. McCormick, the group’s 
advisor, was a critical ingredient in the 
process as always, keeping things run¬ 
ning smoothly and making sure dead¬ 
lines were on time in the chaotic mid¬ 
dle room of the MacLab. 


The Bradford crew, with advisor Mr. McCormick 


Mrs. Goodman giving Chris some pointers (Chris Griffith) 


Emily Merowltz and Kris Gullage hangln’ In 202. 


Young Bradfordltes In training. (Courtney Seibert, 
Beth Katsorls and Hilary Ryder) 


JD showing some Bradford spirit 
(Jon Dlnwoodey) 


Uh, I didn’t write that story. 
(AlanZlbel) 109 




















STUDENT COUNCIL 


Student Council had a very interesting 
year, despite the fact that there was no Sem¬ 
inar Day for the first time in recent memory. 

Instead, officers Jon Dinwoodey, Kaly Lidg- 
ard and Brian Ostrer and the rest of the 
Student Council planned several seminar 
periods. There were many interesting speak¬ 
ers and the idea, although not well received 
at first, was a success. Student Council has 
worked hard to implement change this year, 
through the student caucus and other ac¬ 
tivities. The blood drive, which was organ¬ 
ized by Lys Hunt, was a big event in October 
and the sex survey was one of the spring 
projects. The year went well and special 
thanks should go to Mr. Kerlvan for all his 
support. 

I'm on student Council! (Dan Ferry) Working Hard! (Gabe Rosen) 




Student Council Officer, Brian Ostrer. student council smiles. (Aurora Slmmons. Oee Cun- 

nlngham) 



student Council Members 


no 


Smile Pretty (Tricia Keefe) 



BEHIND THE MASK 



The Drama Club had two major per¬ 
formances this year. In the fall, they put 
on the performance of Robin Hood 
which was directed by students Eileen 
McLoughlin, Miranda Miller, and Tim 
Dowling. They put on an amazing per¬ 
formance at the Middle School. In the 
spring, they put on the play, Ondine. 
This play was directed by our new Dra¬ 
ma teacher, Mr. Megan. They took this 
play to the preliminaries of the Boston 
Globe Drama Festival and put on an ex¬ 
cellent performance: but because of the 
difficult competition, they didn’t make it 
to the semi-finals. Congratulations to 
the Drama Club for all of their excellent 
performances. We’re looking forward to 
what we’ll see next year. 



“The ghost of the mighty Drama master will 
always lurk In the Wellesley High School au¬ 
ditorium.” (Tim Dowling) 


“Where can a man find a good place to 
sleep around here?” (Matt Flanagan) 


“Oh, Just smile. Jen is!” (Danielle Cotreau, Melissa Miller, Jennifer 
Lapon, Stephanie Bibb, Julie Parker, Leila Saad) 


“I hope he’s not doing what I think he’s doing.” (Emily Snider, Miranda Miller, 
Alee Miller, Alex Trainer, Matt Clarke, Steve Clapp, Marc Glnsburg) 


“Ooh, this pillow feels kinda funny.” (Alyson Falwell, Joanna “Hello there, Alison, what do you intend to do with that blodgean?” (Miranda 
Mongiardo, Sally Tognarelli, Alee Miller, Alan Zibel, Steve Clapp, Alex Miller, Tim Dowling, Eileen Mcloughlin, Liz Licht, Alyson Falwell) \\\ 

Trainer) 





NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 


The National Honor Society, led by Mr. 
Brown, had a great year highlighted by 
several successful activities. The officers, 
Anna Tryon, Dee Cunningham, Sarah Bry¬ 
ant, and Sarah Manguso, planned a tel¬ 
ethon for the National Heart Association, 
and a car wash and rummage sale to raise 
money for the annual National Honor So¬ 
ciety scholarship, given to a student who 
meets all the criteria of the society except 
academic achievement. The induction of 
the 51 new members in March included a 
speech by Susan Bailey, a professor of 
Women’s Studies at Wellesley College, and 
was followed by a reception to honor the 
new members. On the whole, it was a very 
rewarding and exciting year. 




We're happy to be In NHS! (Kristin Dee does Stand-up. (Dee Cunningham) 
Becker and Julie Delude) 



Congratulations! (Mr. Brown, Mrs. Hayes, Ms. Bsilley, Mandy Ellenwood) 


Light my fire! (Anna Tryon) 



The 1992 National Honor Society 


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ACADEMIC DECATHLON 



This year’s Academic Decathlon team, 
coached by Marisa McCoy, assisted by 
Madeline Kalotkin, had an outstanding 
season. Placing fourth during the Novem¬ 
ber 17 Preliminaries, participating in the 
February 7 scrimmage, and placing sixth 
in the State Finals, the team won a total of 
forty-eight medals. This year’s team was 
comprised of seniors, Marni Silverstein, 
Lisa Wegner, Brendon Lai, Rick McCarthy, 
Joan Yan Chan, Tricia Keefe, Lisa Rybolt, 
Sara Dubowsky, Ayako Tanaka, and 
Viktor Spivakovsky: juniors, Brendan Da¬ 
ly, Adam Cohen, Nick Genes, David Negro, 
and Sue Priver; and sophomore, Rahim 
Sohani. Seniors Rick McCarthy and Marni 
Silverstein, team captain, truly led the 
team with spectacular seasons, winning 
eleven and seven medals respectively. 





• We Are the Champions.” (David Negro, Viktor Spivakovsky, 
Adam Cohen, Brandon Lai, Brendan Daly, Rahim Sohani) 


Take it Easy” (Sue Priver, Ayako Tanaka, Lisa Rybolt, Tricia 
Keefe, Brandon Lai, Joan Yan Chan, Sara Dubowsky) 




Academic Decathlon Team: R. McCarthy, Ms. Kalotkin. N. Genes, A. Cohen, R. Sohani, V. 
Spivakovsky. B. Lai. T. Keefe, B. Daly. D. Negro, L. Rybolt. Mrs. McCoy. J. Chan, A. Tanaka. L. 
Wegner. M. Silverstein, S. Priver, S. Dubowsky 


‘So Happy Together” (Tricia Keefe, Sue Priver, Lisa Rybolt, Lisa 
Wegner) 


The group — working hard (Rick McCarthy, Brandon Lai, Sue Priver, Lisa Rybolt, 
David Negro, Mrs. McCoy, Joan Yan Chan, Ayako Tanaka, Ms. Kalotkin) ^ 








Oskar Laurltzen 


Thanks for a great year. 
It has been a lot of fun over 
here in the United States. I 
have travelled and seen a 
lot of different places with 
my family, the Parsons. 
AFS is definitely a thing to 
do for a year, but now the 
trip is going back to Den¬ 
mark. Good luck, and a 
special thanks to my fam¬ 
ily, AFS, WHS and of 
course the class of ’92, I 
look forward to returning 
to the United States one 
day. 

Oskar Lauritzen 


AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 


Last summer I spent six 
and a half weeks in 
France. I spent 2 weeks In 
school at the University of 
Poitiser. For the rest of the 
summer, I lived with a 
wonderful French family. I 
learned a great deal about 
the French language and 
French culture. I saw 
many beautiful things and 
formed a lasting relation¬ 
ship with a French family. 
I plan to return to France 
as often as possible, in¬ 
cluding a trip there this 
summer. 

Josh Sherman 



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Josh Sherman 






CLOSE-UP 



Close Up 1992: Back row, L to R: Mr. Stiles. K. Lucarelll, E. Senecal, E. Hurley. E. Stam, C. Quinn. 
B. Ostrer. A. Zibel. Front row, L to R: L. Flynn. D. Mahoney. K. Walsh. J. Parker. F. Wllken. 


Twelve students travelled to Washing¬ 
ton, D.C. on the Close-Up Program this 
year. The week was spent walking around 
the Capitol, the Pentagon, Georgetown, 
and many other places. Highlights includ¬ 
ed meeting Senator Ted Kennedy, Senator 
John Kerry, and Representative Barney 
Frank. All questions were answered on the 
steps of the Capitol, as Vice-President 
Quayle’s limousine pulled away. 

Although the seminars with Tim, Erin, 
and Lyndon, the leaders, were interesting, 
the best days were the ones that involved 
freedom to roam through D.C. and get a feel 
for the power of our nation’s capital. 

The week was a huge success and every¬ 
one learned so much about our govern¬ 
ment. Thanks to Mr. Stiles who, although 
involved with the teacher’s program and 
often busy, was helpful in every way. 



Under the soon to be cherry blossoms. (C. Quinn, E. I think this Is from Star Trek? (B. Ostrer) 

Stam, E. Senecal) 


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EARTH CLUB 


The Earth Club Is a new club that was start¬ 
ed this year under the direction of Mr. Choney. 
its purpose was to try to get our school to start 
recycling and to be more aware about the en¬ 
vironment. They got the school to start re¬ 
cycling white paper by putting cardboard box¬ 
es in every room and collecting them weekly. 
They did some work for the Massachusetts 
Park Service. They started recycling alumi¬ 
num cans in the cafeteria and helped with the 
plastic tray recycling program. They put up a 
bulletin board near the entrance to Room 109 
that had ways to get involved in recycling, 
places you could write for more information, 
articles about the environment and the Earth 
Club activities. They also adopted a whale 
named Singer from Greenpeace. With help 
from Mr. Bowman, they did some work with 
preserving vernal springs in Wellesley. The 
Earth Club had a challenging starting year but 
they hope to get bigger and better next year. 



“Hey Em, what are 
(Emily Kofsky) 



“What Is that you’re dumping guys?” (Jorge Romero and Andrew Pettit) 



you laughing at?” “Posed?? No way.” (Naamah Zltomersky) 



“Hannah's favorite pastime — shoveling mulch” (Hannah Boyle) 



“The Earth Clubbers!!!”: Back row: Nina Shope, Nell Hurley, Christine Bower, Andrew 
Pettit, Miranda Miller. Middle row: Brian Tucker, Anita Herring, Natalia Cell, Maria Finlson, 
Carolyn Hall, Ann Ward, Ellen Thomas, Mr. Choney. Front row: Stephanie Eisenbarth, 
Susie Rudders, Naamah Zltomersky, Trevor Godfrey and Daniel Chu. 


“Earth clubbers hard at work.” (Susie Rudders and 
Carolyn Hall) 




AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 



Carl Nilsson Nicole Trublanl 


Amnesty International is a world-wide 
organization which works to free prisoners 
of conscience by writing letters to political 
officials. Through these letters and 
through petition signings. Amnesty Is able 
to free hundreds of prisoners each year. 
The WHS Amnesty group did much to aid 
their cause during the school year includ¬ 
ing raising money for Amnesty Interna¬ 
tional, USA. 



Kathrln Thorgilsson 





Aurora Simmons and Jess Clayson 



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ABC 

The ABC (A Better Chance) Program is 
made up of seven high school girls. These 
girls were asked to participate in the pro¬ 
gram by their guidance counselors due to 
their successful academic performance in 
their previous school. The seven girls are 
spread throughout the four grades, but 
they get along like a family. The girls all 
agree that this program, though far away 
from home, is a good preparation for col¬ 
lege. 



Lovely Ladies! (Aurora Simmons, Dee Cunningham, Krystal Locke. Meesha Forever Young (Krystal Locke, Anna De Los Santos, 
Outerbrldge, Valerie Valez, Anna De Los Santos, Vanessa Martir) Aurora Simmons, Meesha Outerbridge) 




Senior Smiles! (Aurora Sim- Young and Innocent? (Anna De 
mons. Dee Cunningham) Los Santos) 





SADD 



We are proud to be In SADD. (Hanna Foster, Bob Walsh) 


Over twenty-five students participated 
in SADD this year. With the help of officers 
Stephanie Bibb, Kendal Jackson, Lauren 
Castellano and Scott Doorley, and advisor, 
Mr. Levin, SADD was successful in send¬ 
ing a strong message against driving 
drunk. The school received strong mes¬ 
sages during Alcohol Awareness Week 
from The Improbable Actors and Chief 
O’Loughlin’s speech. Throughout the town 
SADD’s message was carried with red rib¬ 
bons. 



So who’s driving tonight? (Jess David) 


SADD Officer Kendal Jackson. 



The Members Of SADD 


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YAKETY YAK 


During its first year, the combined Pol- 
icy/Lincoln-Douglas High School Debate 
Team created an excellent record in nu¬ 
merous tournaments around the state. Un¬ 
der the direction of Wellesley College stu¬ 
dents Suzie Sprague and Adrienne Mason, 
the debate team was chosen the Best New 
Team of the league; and team member 
Krista Woerner (’92) won first place in an 
L-D tournament in the Lexington-Carlisle 
school. The debate team provided team 
members with a chance to meet many peo¬ 
ple from all over Massachusetts and south¬ 
ern New Hampshire and also acquainted 
them with information not learned in a 
classroom. The Debate Team is enthusi¬ 
astic about next year and very optimistic 
about the team’s future. 



Debate Team: Top row, L-R: Coach A. Mason. C. Savage, A. Chen. Bottom row, L-R: C. 
Slebert, A. Chang. S. Levinson, H. Ryder, A. Chen. 



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Having a bad day? (Courtney Seibert) 


The Debate Team sets up office. (Alice Chen, 
Courtney Seibert) 













Multi-Cultural Curriculum Spe¬ 
cialist (Maria Bowens) 



An artist at work. (Kim Wil¬ 
liams) 


METCO 

METCO (Metropolitan Council for Edu¬ 
cational Opportunity) is a program that 
gives inner-city kids the opportunity to get 
a better education. The students travel 
from many parts of Boston every day to 
school. The METCO program begins in 
kindergarten and finishes with graduation 
from the high school. 



Twelve years together. (Kim Williams, Nicole Jones, 
Kenya Curtis) 


Friends always stick together! (Shemeka Boylom, Sharle Wilkie) 











FRENCH EXCHANGE 


This year the French students 
took part in the ninth annual 
Wellesley High School French Ex¬ 
change. In February the Wellesley 
students left for their three week 
trip in France. On April 17 the 
French students came to the U.S. 
where they experienced American 
culture, attending a Red Sox game, 
watching the Boston Marathon 
and visiting New York City. 



Kevin Frlsoll, Erin Mullowney, and friend 




Back row: Kyle Dewar, Robin Litster, Liz Brown, Erin Mullowney, Rebecca Chips, 
Meredith Mandell. Front row: Carol McMurrlch, Ms. Morris, Colleen Doyle. 


Rebecca Chips, Robin Litster, Kevin Frisoli, Erin Mullowney, Brian 
Hennessey, Meredith Mandell 



Meredith Mandell, Rebecca Chips 



Robin Litster with friend 











COSTA RICAN EXCHANGE 




Merrie and Mike catching some rays 


Mike in flight (Mike DeFazio) 


Senor Brown was in charge of the Span¬ 
ish Club once again this year. A great deal 
of the club’s planning went towards the 
organization of the Costa Rican Exchange. 
This year’s Exchange was a great success. 
The Costa Rican students came to Welles¬ 
ley for three weeks in February while the 
students from Wellesley stayed near San 
Jose for three weeks in April. Mr. Droney 
accompanied six students to Costa Rica 
where they lived with families and went to 
a Catholic girls’ high school. These stu¬ 
dents included Merrie Hatch, Mike 
DeFazio, Liv Hegstad, Tim Rogers, Kim 
Drew, and Jon Lynch. Their adventures 
included white-water rafting, Tortuga Is¬ 
land, the beach, two volcanoes, and a daily 
stop at McDonald’s. All agreed their ex¬ 
periences were invaluable! 



Kim, Jon, Tim, Merrie, Mike, and LIv enJo 3 dng the 1992 Costa Rican Exchange Group 

Costa Rican food 


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GERMAN CLUB 


The German Club was as active as ever 
this year, with over forty students par¬ 
ticipating. President Matt McGinness, Vice 
President Jeff Matthew and Secre¬ 
tary/Treasurer David Robertson, once 
again organized the selling of Toblerone 
Chocolates and the “Ritzy Weekend Raf¬ 
fle.” Altogether, they raised a record high 
$1,800. This money was put towards host¬ 
ing the German Exchange. The German 
Club also participated in many floor hock¬ 
ey games against other language clubs and 
enjoyed many movies and Kaffeeklatschen 
together. The fourth and fifth year German 
class performed in their own interpreta¬ 
tion of the musical “Die Zauberflote” and 
placed second in the Deutsches 
Theaterfest. A special solo appearance was 
also made by Joanna Mongiardo. 



German Club Officers: M. McGinness. D. Robertson and J. Matthew 



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Members of the Wellesley High School German Club 

















GERMAN EXCHANGE 


Last summer nineteen students 
travelled to Munich from June 28- 
July 24. They stayed with Ger¬ 
man students who they had host¬ 
ed the previous Spring. Amongst 
their many activities, they went to 
Berlin for a week and also spent a 
weekend at Zugspitze. As always, 
it was a very memorable trip, and 
many friendships were made. 
This year, coordinators Andrea 
Pribaz and Sannie Peters, 
planned the exchange for seven¬ 
teen German students and their 
chaperone. The German students 
stayed with students in the High 
School and enjoyed many trips to¬ 
gether including visits to New 
York City, Newport and the Omni 
Theatre. 



Weil lookie what we have here. (Hanna 
Foster and Matt Harrington) 


Hey guys, camera’s this way. (B. Walsh, G. Do¬ 
novan, S. Reid and D. Richter) 



The 1991 Exchange Group 



Is that a statue? (Hanna Foster and Bob 
Walsh) 



Yeah, Germany’s pretty cool. 


The 1992 Exchange Group 


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SOVIET EXCHANGE 


Another successful Soviet Exchange 
occurred this year despite the difficult 
times in the recently named C.I.S. Mr. 
Whitbeck described this year’s ex¬ 
change as unique due to the unusual 
situation in Russia and also due to the 
group of enthusiastic Wellesley High 
students who accompanied him to 
Russia. Students from Wellesley host¬ 
ed Russian students in their homes. 
Most of the hosts then travelled to Rus¬ 
sia to stay with their Russian friends. 
The group from Wellesley first visited 
Moscow and then travelled to St. Pe¬ 
tersburg to stay with the Russian stu¬ 
dents. 



James receives some Russian hospital- Four of our students In Russia. (L. Cap)obl- 
Ity. (J. Schulman, S. Kukor) anco, G. Llchter, K. Whitman, L. Hunt) 



The Russian students with their hosts in Wellesley. 


Justin in beautiful St. Petersburg. (J. Pendergrast) 


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LATIN CLUB 



Wellesley Latin students attended the forty-second 
annual Brown University Christmas Carol Service in 
Providence, Rhode Island. The program consisted of 
readings pertinent to the season in Latin and Greek 
by members of the Brown classics faculty, of per¬ 
formances by Brown University musical groups, and 
of audience participation in the singing of Latin car¬ 
ols. Students also took part in a catered pizza, chick¬ 
en, and pasta banquet and, clad in the toga, dis¬ 
cussed a variety of topics of personal and philosophic 
interest. 


Relaxing sifter the festivities 








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SPORTS 




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This field hockey season was part of a re¬ 
building year for our team. We lost a large num¬ 
ber of seniors from the past year. However, we 
did have four new senior players, three of whom 
were returning varsity players. Our lovely senior 
assets were B. Croce, J. Davidson, J. Monglardo 
and J. Clayson. We started our season off with 
three consecutive victories. These were led in 
large part by our captain, midfielder B. Croce, 
and our goalie, J. Clayson, both of whom were 
chosen to play in the All-Star game. Credit must 
also be given to the rest of the team, which was 
made up primarily of Juniors and Sophomores. It 
was a “young” team, but we still managed to go 
beyond our expectations and the expectations of 
Coach Molonea. 


Norwood 

Wellesley vs. 

1-0 

Dedham 


1-0 

Natick 


4-0 

Llncoln-Sudbury 


0-0 

Newton North 


0-2 

Brookline 


0-1 

Llncoln-Sudbury 


1-5 

Walpole 


1-9 

Milton 


0-3 

Norwood 


0-3 

Dedham 


3-1 

Needham 


0-0 

Walpole 


0-4 

Framingham 


0-1 

Milton 


1-3 




Reach, Jessie, reach! (J. Davidson) 


Draw, Marya, draw! (M. Moore) 



Jessie and the kids. (S. Denby, H. Welch, J. Da¬ 
vidson, M. Dillon, C. Perry) 


Go, team, go! (Top Left: M. Dillon, M. Moore, S. Denby, A. Gerstmayr, C. Perry, R. 
Litster, H. Welch, N. Zltomersky, Coach Molonea. Bottom left: R. Chlpps, S. Sperbeck, 
J. Mongiardo, B. Croce, J. Clayson, J. Davidson, A. Perkins, J. Condon.) 


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The 1991 boys’ soccer team was more than a group of kids 
getting together to kick airound the ball. We were a group of 
determined athletes who would stop at nothing to reach the top. 
Neither losses nor injuries could set the TEAM back as we took the 
season game by game. Mr. bolter’s coaching experience, doubled 
with the excellent leadership of the captains, kept us focused 
throughout the year. 

The word “TEAM” wasn’t only a word or our motto, but it was a 
true representation of the unity that made this group into a family. 
We rose to a higher playing level and overcame even the most 
formidable of opponents. On the road to the state finals, we broke 
numerous records and became champions of every division in 
which we played. The final satisfaction came winning the state 
championship title at “The Show” and knowing that we reached 
our full potential. 

Being Mr. bolter’s last year as coach, we have to thank him for 
the years of dedication he gave to the high school. Without him, 
the boys’ soccer program wouldn’t be as strong or renowned as it is 
now. Congratulations to all and thanks for making the year un¬ 
forgettable. 


Wellesley vs. 


Norwood 

4-1 

Arlington 


Dedham 

5-0 

Catholic 

1-0 

Natick 

2-3 

Needham 

2-0 

Arlington 


Cohasset 

3-0 

Catholic 

7-0 

Walpole 

2-3 

Newton North 

1-0 

Framingham 

1-1 

Walpole 

4-0 

Milton 

3-4 

Brookline 

7-1 

CASE 

7-1 

Milton 

2-0 

WAbPObE 

3-0 

Norwood 

3-1 

BINGHAM 

3-0 

Dedham 

7-0 

FOXBORO 

3-1 

Braintree 

1-0 

BURbINGTON 

3-0 

New Bedford 

1-2 

HUDSON 

2-0 


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^ Putting on a show for the fans. (Mike Faubert) 

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Our faithful bench. 


The power is in tne hair. (Dave Robertson) 



P. J. catches the opponent looking. (P. J. Joseph) 


Poised and prepared to pounce on his prey. (Jamie Marchetti) 






Coach Loiter chats with Jay Cooney during halftime 



Sark goes in hard. 




Moovin’ and Groovin’ down the field. (Louis Joseph) 


The New Kids. (Justin Stokes, Oskar Laurltzen) 





the 1991 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM. SENIORS — Jay Cooney. Chris Titus, Scott Doorley, David Robertson, P. J. Joseph (Capt.), Lou Joseph (Capt.), 
Mike Faubert (Capt.), James Schulman, Jamie Marchetti, Chris Regnier, Oskar Lauiitzen. Back: Alex Klabin, Jeremy Parker, Mark Cavallero, Mike 
DeFazlo, Dan Ferry, Eben Sawyer. Chris Gaughan, Luke Renjilian-Burgy, Brian Forsythe, Justin Stokes, Sark Renjllian-Burgy. Coach: Peter Loiter. 








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The Girls* Varsity Soccer Team finished their 
regular season as Herget Division Champions with 
a record of 11-2-3. This record gave the Raiders 
eighth seed in the post season tournament. The 
Raider women won their first tourney game against 
Plymouth, 1-0, but fell to top-seed Duxbury, 3-2, to 
end their season. Overall, the season was very suc¬ 
cessful and memorable. 


WELLESLEY 


OPPONENT 

4 

Norwood 

0 

5 

Dedham 

0 

1 

Natick 

2 

2 

Newton North 

2 

7 

Brookline 

0 

2 

Walpole 

0 

1 

Milton 

0 

5 

Norwood 

0 

4 

Dedham 

1 

5 

Braintree 

0 

3 

Andover 

0 

1 

Concord Carlisle 

1 

0 

Needham 

0 

3 

Walpole 

0 

2 

Framingham 

4 

4 

Milton 

2 


TOURNEY 


1 

PLYMOUTH 

0 

2 

DUXBURY 

3 




“GET OUT OF MY WAY!” (Annie 
Faubert) 


Nicole, didn’t your mother ever tell you 
It’s not polite to kick a girl while she’s 
down? fNlckv Hirsh. Avsha Shelkhl 


Captains Tory Neher, Mr. Heller and Emily Senecal 


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The 1991 Girls* Soccer Team 


“lsn*t this legal?** (Allison David) 


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• • ■ • Turn on those jets Eileen! (Eileen Riley) 



The Gangs all here! 


It wasn’t all smiles (Aysha Sheikh) 

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The Girls Swimming Team faced a challenge 
this year with the loss of many seniors in the 
class of 1991 and their assistant coach, Pam 
Quong. Supported by coaches Bill Sullivan and 
Cynthia Kangos, and co-captains, Nicole 
Trubiani and Kim Whitman, the team finished 
a difficult season placing second in the state at 
the State Championship meet. As we tri¬ 
umphed over Bay States and surprised every¬ 
one by placing second in the state, the swim¬ 
mers and divers of the WHS Girls Swim Team 
learned that their hard work resulted in their 
success. 


GIRLS’ SWIMMING 
Wellesley 
vs. 


Framingham 

101-79 

Natick 

98-82 

Brookline 

98-81 

Newton North 

101-83 

Waltham 

99-76 

Walpole 

91-87 

Cambridge 

85-55 

Somerville 

99-70 

Dedham 

92-74 

Needham 

98V2-85V2 




I think I can I think I can. (Alanna Dalton) 




Ladies, smile like me! (Kim Whitman, Bill Sullivan. Cyn¬ 
thia Kangos. Nicole Trubiani) 






I’m the manager, we do what I say! (Kendal 
Jackson) 


The Senior Women! (Alexis Kissam, Kim Whitman, Nicole Trubiani, 
Sarah Werneck) 


Help — There is something 
after me! (Kathleen Dacey) 


Get out of my way. (Kim Whitman) Picture courtesy 
of the Wellesley Townsman 


Only Three more laps! 
(Janine Caputo) 
















Co-Captains (Nicole Trubiani and Kim 
Whitman) 



Look out below! (Nicole Rubin) Picture When I say Wellesley, you say Raid- 
courtesy of Wellesley Townsman ers! 



Cynthia, what am I swimming? 


Stroking Hard! (Nicole Trubiani) Picture courtesy of Wellesley Townsman 



Wellesley High School Girls’ Swim Team 


Look we float! (The Seniors) 

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Wellesley Tri-Captains Kevin Frisoli, 
John Walsh, and Tim Mutrie guided the 
team to a nine and one season. This season 
matched the best record the Raiders have 
had in the past twenty years. Despite a 
tough loss to undefeated Walpole, Welles¬ 
ley finished off strong blowing Needham 
away. Wellesley ended the year second in 
the Bay State League and tenth in the 
state. 


FOOTBALL 

WELLESLEY 

OPPONENT 

Braintree 

26 

6 

Norwood 

24 

6 

Brookline 

13 

7 

Milton 

35 

14 

Framingham 

31 

6 

Dedham 

14 

0 

Newton North 

20 

7 

Natick 

28 

7 

Walpole 

14 

31 

Needham 

35 

7 




Pass the hot potato. (Larry Kahn, George Kilmain) 










Senior Captain Tim Mutrie gettin* down and dirty. 


Coolin’ down. (Paul Tryon) 



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But Coach! (John Walsh, Coach Levin) 


Larry Kahn making the pass. (Greg White, George 
Kilmain) 









Jordan Sax making a run for it. 



Gitit! (Kevin Frisoli) 




Catch me I’m falling. (Pete Diamond) 


Whooooa! (Justin Pendergrast) 



Kris Kahn defying the forces of gravity. (Paul Tryon) 



Front row: D. Hughes, J. Pendergrast, J. Walsh, K. Frisoli, T. Mutrie, L. Kahn, G. White, K. Kahn. Second row: Coach Levin, 
Assistant Coaches D. Spazanno and P. MacDonald, G. Kilmain, J. Sax, J. Olsen, A. Cohen, K. Lange, P. Diamond, A. 
Leggat, L. Buckley, S. Houlihan, E. Collard, P. Tryon, T. Hogan, S. Showstead, T. Barros, N. Shah, Coach Tracey, Assistant 
Coach S. Pomfret, Coach Mastro. Back row: J. Gustowski, J. Wallace, A. Weil, M. Morse, J. Mullaney, S. Pollenz, S. Maher, 
S. Reidy, G. Walker, J. Trayers, N. Heller, R. Quinn, M. Stoudemire, J. Chan. 







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The Girls’ Volleyball team had a very successful 
season, capturing the Herget League Title and making 
it to the South Sectional Finals. The nine seniors 
brought talent, experience, and spirit to the team, 
while the underclassmen provided depth as well as a 
strong base for next year’s squad. The power hitting 
from Leigh Capobianco, Amy Goldberg and Jen Flynn, 
and the intimidation at the net by Emma Hurley and 
Dee Cunningham put fear into the eyes of every op¬ 
ponent. But without the superb setting by Kristin 
Azzarello and key defense by Stephanie Eisenbarth 
none of this would have been possible. The seniors 
would like to thank Mr. Toffling for a great season and 
for being a wonderful friend. 


Norwood 

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL 
WeUesley 

Vs. 

2-0 

Dedham 


2-0 

Natick 


2-0 

Newton North 


1-2 

Walpole 


2-0 

Brookline 


0-2 

Needham 


2-0 

Milton 


2-0 

Norwood 


2-0 

Dedham 


2-0 

Braintree 


2-0 

Natick 


2-0 

Needham 


2-1 

Walpole 


2-0 

Framingham 


2-0 

Milton 


2-0 


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Wellesley Girls’ Volleyball Team 



Chillin’ out (J. Flynn. E. Hurley. K. Azzarello. J. Crowley) 


Happy J.V.’s 







Good Defense! (L. Capobianco) 




I’m all over it! (E. Hurley) 


Ace! (D. Cunningham) 




What form! (K. Azzarello) 


Great effort (S. Eisenbarth) 


Concentrate, Jen (J. Flynn) 


Ss 

The Captains with Mr. T. (Mr. Toffling, K. 


Azzarello, E. Hurley) 


Shouldn’t you guys be watching the game? (J. Crowley, C. 
Quinn. J. Delude, M. Glnsburg, J. Parke ' 


What are you looking at, Jen? (J. Fitzgib- 
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This year*s Cross Country Team was very suc¬ 
cessful with many personal bests. Returning run- 

Wellesley 

35 

Braintree 

Opponent 

26 

ners, Carl Nilsson. Andy Mulkerin, and Chris 

38 

Natick 

23 

Reese, did extremely well. This was the first year 

35 

Framingham 

26 

WHS had a women*s team. The pack was led by 

29 

Brookline 

26 

Johanna Helwlg, who was closely followed by Kelly 

22 

Milton 

39 

McGinness and Danielle Coutrou. The season was a 

38 

Norwood 

22 

new beginning for the women*s team and a great 

38 

Walpole 

22 

improvement for the men*s team due to new talent 

23 

Dedham 

38 

and hard work by all. 

30 

Needham 

29 



Cross Country Captains (C. Reese. J. Klelnberg, J. Helwlg, and A. Mulkeiin) with “Doing the Right Thing** (LukC Bums) 

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“Destination Unknown** 1991 Men*s and Women*s Cross Country Team 

(Jon Peters) 


“Over the river and 
through the woods . . .** 
(Jess Kleinberg) 








The 1991 Wellesley golf season will not 
go down in any record books, but instead 
will be remembered as a season full of 
new experiences and rebuilding. Al¬ 
though the season was not all peaches 
and cream, the golf crew managed to pull 
out a convincing win against Brookline 
72-36. and kept many other matches 
within reach. With a young squad, and 
many returning players, the future looks 
bright. 


Wellesley 


Opponent 

38.5 

Braintree 

69.5 

43.5 

Framingham 

64.5 

42.5 

Walpole 

65.5 

290 

Brockton 

275 

27.5 

Newton North 

80.5 

72 

Brookline 

36 

37.5 

Norwood 

70.5 

42.6 

Milton 

65.5 

43 

Dedham 

65 

49.5 

Needham 

58.5 




Nice shot! (Eileen Madda) 

GOLF TEAM — Top row. 1 to r: Coach Hamilton. J. Bulpett, S. Kocher, M. Hallett. A. Warren, T. Marshall, C. Eklleson, 
B. Karbel. Bottom row. 1 to r: D. Warren, M. Harrington. E. Madda, D. Rempls, M. Hay, E. King. 


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The two cheerleading squads once again 
graced the football field and the basketball 
courts with their cheers and yells of en¬ 
thusiasm. The fall cheer leading coach was 
Nancy MacDonald and the winter coach 
was Marcia Ritter. The Winter cheer¬ 
leaders ended their season with a pleasant 
surprise. They received a trophy for fifth 
place in the Bay State League Conference. 
It was their first trophy since 1986. 

Shake it! (Tamika Williams, Tanya Smythwlck) 










The Fall Cheerleaders: Top: E. Hatch. B. Elliot. T. Whitehead. K. Curtis. M. 
White. S. Mohr. Bottom: T. Smythwlck. T. Williams. S. Chapman. K. Hurley. 
,1 Montgomery. 




The Winter Cheerleaders: Top: Coach Ritter. T. Williams. D. Wilson. A. Rich. M. Ottersten. A. 
Beckers. E. Hatch. T. Hughes. C. Antlvo. W. Dillard. A. DeLosSantos. B. Elliot. S. Chapman. A. 
Huang. Bottom: Co-captain K. Hurley. J. Montgomery. Co-captain T. Smythwlck. 



Leading the crowd (M. White. J. Montgomery) Winter Cheerleaders at The Bay State Championship 





Forming the pyramid (Top: T. Whitehead. Bottom: Winter captains Kelly Hurley 
E. Hatch, S. Mohr.) and Tanya Smythwlck 


The trophy winning squad 

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The Girls’ Basketball team finished a disappointing 
season with 6 wins and 15 losses. Being in one of the 
toughest leagues in the state, the Bay State League pro¬ 
vided the Raiders with intense competition in every 
game. The experimental open tournament proved very 
exciting when the Raiders won their first game in over¬ 
time. The seniors, Emma Hurley and Jen Flynn, led the 
way with their talent and experience. But the under¬ 
classmen, Susan Martin, Carolyn Nesblt and Marya 
Moore were able to step up when they were needed. First 
year players, Carrie Wollaston and Maggie Berkery, were 
also an unexpected and pleasant surprise to the lineup. 
The Raiders can look forward to successful seasons in 
the upcoming years with the talent of many underclass¬ 
men. 


Wellesley 


Vs. 


Walpole 

43-53 

Dedham 

50-37 

Newton North (OT) 

45-40 

Natick 

42-40 

Norwood 

29-61 

Framingham 

37-64 

Milton 

40-50 

Dedham 

53-38 

Walpole 

48-72 

Norwood 

42-64 

Brookline 

55-59 

Braintree 

44-65 

Needham (OT) 

55-60 

Milton 

43-49 





Reach for the stars (Carrie Wollaston) Above and beyond (Emma Hurley) This dlibblC IS legal. Really! (Susan Martin) 



Wellesley Girls’ Basketball Team: 

Top row: Mr. Heller, Carrie Wollaston, Daphne Mahoney, Merrle Hatch, Susan Martin, Carolyn 
Nesblt. Bottom row: Maggie Berkery, Jen Flynn, Emma Hurley, Dora Tavel, Marya Moore. 



The Captains: Jen Flynn. Emma Hurley, Dora 
Tavel 









BOYS’ BASKETBALL 
Wellesley 
Vs. 


Walpole 

47-45 

Dedham 

42-51 

Newton North 

56-49 

Natick 

32-29 

Norwood 

40-41 

Framingham 

50-52 

Milton 

28-43 

Dedham 

39-49 

Walpole 

50-49 

Norwood 

52-48 

Brookline 

31-65 

Braintree 

57-59 

Needham 

46-38 

Milton 

33-46 


The Boys’ Basketball Team finished a great 
season under the guidance of Coach Dick 
Dukeshire. Led by captains Larry Kahn, Scott 
Doorley and Louis Joseph, the Raiders finished 
one of their best seasons winning eight intense 
games. The Raiders fought hard for every win, 
and their hard work paid off. M.V.P., Dan 
Godrick, scored the most points receiving high 
scorer of the team. Second Team Bay State Con¬ 
ference All-Star, Louis Joseph and the shooting 
touch of Larry Kahn, gave the Boys’ Basketball 
team a competitive edge over their opponents. 
The future looks bright for Boys’ Basketball, with 
eight returning players. 






I think I can, I think I can! (Jordan Sax) 


Coach Dick Dukeshire and Tii-Captalns, Larry Kahn, 
Scott Doorley, Louis Joseph 


The Big Man On Campus (Larry Kahn) 


Back Off Big Guy! (P. J. Joseph) 



Raise your hand if you’re sure! (Paul Tryon) 


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The Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team: Back row: Coach D. Dukeshire, Manager A. Art, P. Joseph, L. 
Kahn. S. Doorley, L. Joseph. R. Reed. Assistant Coach S. Watson. Front row: C. Capoblanco, J. 
Sax. D. Negro. D. Godrick. C. Cooney. P. Tryon. 


















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The Hockey team’s success this year was a 
pleasant surprise. Led by seniors Matt Har¬ 
rington, Chris Regnler, Jim Faraci, Bob Walsh, 
John Guiffre, and Captain Mac Hay, the squad 
finished with 3 wins, 12 losses, and 4 ties; one 
of their best seasons in recent memory. Ari 
Kotler and Matt McGinness formed the back¬ 
bone of the defense in goal, with help from 
defensemen, Dave Hoffman and John Labruz- 
zo. Despite the sub .500 record, the team cre¬ 
ated many problems in the league for tough 
Bay State contenders, and surprised many 
with their determined play. 


HOCKEY 
Wellesley Vs. 


Norwood 

1-7 

Walpole 

2-4 

Milton 

1-4 

Dedham 

5-5 

Newton N. 

3-7 

Brookline 

2-2 

Natick 

1-4 

Braintree 

1-7 

Needham 

1-1 

Framingham 

2-2 

Medfleld 

6-0 

Norwood 

0-7 

Walpole 

1-7 

Dedham 

6-3 

Brookline 

6-2 

Natick 

0-2 

Needham 

2-3 

Framingham 

2-4 

Milton 

2-6 



WHS Hockey Team: Top row: Deke Longueil, Jeremy Parker, Randy Stewart. Dan Warren. Dave 
Hoffman. David Maffuccl, John Labruzzo, Ian Fitzpatrick, and Coach John Horack. Front row: 
Matt McGinness. David Maxwell. Jim Faraci. Bob Walsh. Mac Hay. Chris Regnler. Jon Guiffre. 
George Donovan. Matt Harrington, and Art Kotler. 




Shot. . . SAVE! (Arl Kotler) “I Am A Rock.” (Mac Hay) 


Grrrr! (Matt McGinness) 



In the light place at the right time (John LaBruzzo) 


Face off! (Mac Hay, Chris Regnier) 


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Wellesley Skiing 
GIRLS 

2nd Place Lg. Schools 
2nd Overall 

BOYS 

3rd Place Lg. Schools 
4th Overall 


This year both the Nordic Ski Team (Cross¬ 
country) and Alpine Ski Team (down-hill) have had 
terrific seasons. The Alpine girls took second place 
this year and made a strong showing in their meets 
including the State Meet. The Alpine boys also 
achieved a lot, finishing in the top half of the 
schools competing against them. 

Although the Nordic Ski Team was too small to 
form a competing team and members entered com¬ 
petitions individually, seven of the thirteen skiers 
competed in the States. Stephanie Eisenbarth (’92) 
was chosen as an All-Star by the coaches. 




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piilon. M. Demjen. Mrs. Poltras. Bottom row. L-R: T. Godfrey. S. Elseimarth. D. Noonan. A. Carothers. 




Kelly McGuinness at the State Meet. 


Stephanie Eisenbarth, the All-Star champ!! 


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® r' .7 ^ Sansonettl. Mrs. Poltras. Middle row. L-R: T. Godfrey. S. Eisenbarth. D. Noonan. K. McGlnness. 

S. Clapp. M. Cortlcelll. Bottom row. L-R: M. Lai. M. Relly. A. McGlnness. E. Jacobs. J. Vlmo. W. 
Wakeman. 








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The Boys’ Varsity Wrestling team finished a successful season 
under the guidance of coach Dave Paltrineri. The team’s 6 
outstanding wins, and a fourth place finish in the states, proved 
their overwhelming success. Captains, Kris Kahn, Peter Dia¬ 
mond, and Luke and Sark Renjilian-Burgy, all Bay State League 
Champions, led the team to one of their best seasons ever. 
Individual performances were highlighted by state champions, 
Luke and Sark RenJllian-Burgy, Peter Diamond’s second place 
finish at states and Kris Kahn’s third place finish at states. Kris 
Kahn holds the fastest pin record with a time of fourteen sec¬ 
onds. The future looks bright for the Raider Wrestlers as they 
will all return next year for another outstanding season. 


Braintree 

WRESTLING 

Wellesley 

Vs. 

51-15 

Concord Carlisle 


47-30 

Walpole 


42-33 

Norwood 


27-47 

Natick 


24-48 

winchester 


27-43 

Wayland 


9-55 

Brookline 


45-12 

Milton 


40-19 

Framingham 


25-46 

Holllston 


28-40 

Needham 


33-42 

Norwell 


30-48 

Scltuate 


33-42 

E>edham 


17-35 

Newton North 


38-33 




Nice to meet you. (Kris Kahn) 


League All-Star, Peter Diamond, taking down his opponent. 




Who Is that masked boy? (Ambrose 
Cohen) 


You can let go now. (Dave Kong) 



Coach Dave Paltrineri watches In excite¬ 
ment. 



Take Him Down Peter! (Peter Diamond) 


Sark takes him down. (Sark Renjillan-Burgy) 


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Let Go, You’re hurting me! (Peter Diamond) 


Ambrose takes him down! (Ambrose Cohen) 



Aren’t you glad you used Dial! (James Gus- 
towskl) 




Get up I’m not done with you! (Kris Kahn) 




Luke uses his favorite move. (Luke Renjilian-Burgy) 


Want to Fight? (Ambrose Cohen) 



The Varsity Boys’ Wrestling Team: Back row: Manager J. Grlgnlfflnl, I. Rideout, A. Cohen, J. 
Gustowskl. Middle row: V. Demambro, M. Geheran, K. Rideout, A. Leahy, A. Quigley, C. Amorosl- 
no, Coach M. Grlgnlfflnl. Front row: Coach C. Reggio and Rufus, P. Diamond, S. Renjlllan-Burgy, L. 
Renjlllan-Burgy, K. Kahn, Coach Dave Paltiinerl. 



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This year the Girl’s gymnastics team had a sea¬ 
son far beyond any in the past. There was an 
outstanding dedication from all the girls who have 
devoted more than half their lives to improving 
their skills. Their experiences were displayed 
through very strong floor, beam, vault, and bar 
routines. The show-down of the season was against 
the South Sectional State Champions of Scituate. 
The Wellesley girls came back with extremely well- 
executed performances to pull off a close and ex¬ 
citing win. The team finished the season unde¬ 
feated. They were awarded the Bay State Lesigue 
Championship and received second place at the 
South Sectional finals. 


Wellesley Vs. 


Braintree 

124.6-117.3 

Framingham 

121.6-117.65 

Walpole 

123.9-110.1 

Acton Boxboro 

125.0-117.5 

Newton North 

115.9-105.2 

Scituate 

131.25-130.75 

Brookline 

131.25-99.75 

Somerset 

131.3-123.4 

Newton South 

123.8-111.85 

Lincoln -Sudbury 

133.25-128.6 

Needham 

129.9-103.95 


Soaring Heights (Molly Russell) 


Senior Girls (J. Forsythe, A. Goldberg, L. Grant) 

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Go down two streets and take a left. (Coach Toffling) 



Time for bed (Caroline Williams) 





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A powerful finish (Lara Grant) 


1992 Girls Gymnastics Team: Back row: Coach Redmen, A. Gelberman, E. Bernal, L. Hicks, M. Russell, K. McLaren, 
V. Barges, E. Lapon, C. Williams, Coach Toffllng. Front row: A. Carlseo, J. Fox, K. Gackenhelmer, J. Forsythe, A. 
Goldberg, L. Grant, L. Hegstad, K. Nash, S. Rudders. 






Waiting their turn (E. Lapon. E. Bernal, A. Caiiseo) 


A 10.0 performance (Susan Rudders) 

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Although the Boys’ and Girls’ Track Teams 
suffered many defeats, they kept up their spirits 
and enjoyed many individual victories. Team 
Captains, Sara Amorosino and Derrick Hughes 
(MVP), continued to excel despite various inju¬ 
ries. Size was definitely a factor for the girls, with 
only twelve members competing. This, however, 
did not hinder their enthusiasm, and resulted in 
the breaking of many records by Andrea Pribeiz 
(Shot Put), Emily Senecal (600), and Tara Hanlon 
(50), Newcomer and MVP, Senecal, showed her 
talent to the highest degree and went on to the 
All-State Meet, as did Amorosino and Hanlon. 
The boys have a strong and experienced return¬ 
ing team for next year, as they will lose only three 
seniors. Much of their success was due to an 
excellent relay team, which scored many vital 
points for the Raiders. 



WELLESLEY 


Boys 

Vs. 

Girls 

25-51 

Norwood 

14-72 

27-49 

Braintree 

18-68 

41-41 

Dedham 

28-50 

38-48 

Framingham 

40-45 

48-38 

Needham 

44-38 

19-67 

Walpole 

53-30 

30-51 

Milton 

30-53 



‘‘Give It All You’ve Got.” (A. Prlbaz, E. Senecal, M. Nolan and N. Zltomersky) 




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Boy’s Track Team: Back row, L to R: A. Mulkerln, J. Lynch, J. Crawford. B. Ostrer, C, Chlappa, L. Bums. B. Daly. G. Fuiie. N. Genes. D. 
Chafin. Mr. Nevlackas. Front row. L to R: B. Forsythe. A. Catala, M. Solarl, D. Hughes. J. Relne. J. Stiff, O. Lauritzen, M. Wollaston. 



“Coming Around Again" (Brian Hennesey and Luke 
Burns) 



Team Captains (Sara "Speedo ” Amorosino and Derrick Hughes) 






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“Up, Up and Away” (Derrick Hughes) 


standing tall before the race (David Chafin and 
Brenden Daly) 


“Hanging On to the Good Times” (N. Zltomer- 
sky, J. Helwlg, J. Klelnberg and M. Nolan) 


“Coming Around the Bend” (Jared Stiff) 


“Fly Like An Eagle” (Andrea Pribaz) 





Resting on the bar (John Reine) 


Girls’ Track Team: Back row. L to R: Mr. Neviackas, J. Helwig, M. Nolan, E. Senecal, D. Cotreau, A. How much farther? (Mr. Nev) 155 

Pribaz. S. Amorosino. Front row, L to R: T. Hanlon, J. Klelnberg, N. Zltomersky, J. Isaacs. S. Werneck. 










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Wellesley vs. 


Natick 

2-4 

Norwood 

3-6 

Framingham 

2-7 

Milton 

8-2 

Norwood 

4-16 

Dedham 

2-3 

Dedham 

10-9 

Needham 

1-0 

Braintree 

1-5 

Natick 

4-5 

Newton North 

1-6 

Braintree 

1-3 

Newton South 

5-6 

Framingham 

14-15 

Brookline 

3-5 

Needham 

0-4 

Walpole 

5-7 

Walpole 

4-5 

Brookline 

8-8 

Milton 

3-2 


The Wellesley High School Varsity Baseball Team fin¬ 
ished the season with a somewhat disappointing record of 
5-15-0. However, the baseball team was much better than 
the record would indicate. Ten games were lost by two 
runs or less. Senior captain Mac Hay contributed greatly 
to the team with his fielding and pitching, while captain 
Kevin Frlsoll played well in the field. Senior David Rob¬ 
ertson and Juniors Jordan Sax and Todd Rapp led the 
team offensively, along with Hay. Seniors Tim Mutrie, 
Matt Harrington and Chad Eaton also made significant 
contributions. Pitcher Dan Graham made the All-Star 
team. 



Home run!!! (Jordan Sax) 


Is it Jordan or Kurt??? 



Baseball Team: Top row (1 to r): K. Heckel, C. Capoblanco, J. Mullaney, G. Kilmain, 
D. Robertson, D. Graham, T. Rapp, C. Porter, Coach Scafatl. Bottom row (1 to r): C. 
Reese, M. DeFazio, M. Harrington, M. Hay, K. Frlsoli, C. Eaton, J. Sax, T. Mutrie. 



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The 1992 Raider Softball team surprised everyone this 
year finishing with a fantastic 17-4 record. Undefeated 
through the first nine games, this year’s team was filled 
with a friendly but fierce spirit that stunned such long 
time rivals as Braintree and Walpole. Co-captains, Emily 
Senecal and Anna Tryon, and Dee Cunningham provided 
the leadership for this young squad. With the unfortunate 
absence of Coach Dick Heller during the tournament, the 
team showed extreme courage and composure. They de¬ 
feated Dennis-Yarmouth and Dartmouth before falling to 
number one ranked Taunton. Although the seniors will be 
sorely missed, the talent and experience of the under¬ 
classmen will ensure the success of the team in the future. 



Wellesley vs. 


Natick 

10-5 

Needham 

5-4 

Framingham 

26-2 

Natick 

7-3 

Norwood 

5-4 

Framingham 

18-0 

Dedham 

23-6 

Needham 

9-7 

Braintree 

4-3 

Walpole 

5-4 

Newton North 

18-0 

Milton 

12-1 

Walpole 

7-0 

Brookline 

16-1 

Brookline 

24-2 

Tournament 


Norwood 

9-2 

Dennls- 

5-1 



Yarmouth 


Milton 

17-6 

Dartmouth 

5-0 

Dedham 

12-1 

Taunton 

2-1 




1992 Girls’ Softball Team: Back row (1 to r): Coach Heller, M. Ottersten, T. Hanlon, A. Robinson, K. Knudsen, K. McLaren, M. Moore, E. 
Lanzo, C. Regnier. Front row (1 to r): L. Fitzsimmons, M. Steere, A. Tryon (Co-Captain), E. Senecal (Co-Captaln), D. Cunningham, V. 
Martir. 


Swing, batter batter batter, Swing batter (Katie Knudsen) 


Deep Thoughts (Katie McLaren) 


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Sock it to me (Anna Tryon) 





Future Red Sox player (Emily Sene 
cal) 


The look of death (Dee Cunningham) 




Concentrate! (Meghan Ottersten) 


Coach and his crew (Coach Heller, P. Tryon. K. McLaren, N. Celli) 



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This year’s Girls’ Lacrosse Team had a great 
season with many close games. The team cap¬ 
tains, Tory Neher and Amanda Beals, along 
with Senior Eli Pickett, led the team’s defense. 
Jessica David, a Senior, was the team’s top 
scorer. Allison David, a Senior first year play¬ 
er, did an outstanding Job. The team was com¬ 
posed primarily of juniors and sophomores, 
with Allison Beals as the only freshman. The 
team finished with a record of 7-5-2. 


WINS: 7 TIES: 5 LOSSES: 2 



“The Heat Is On’’ (Kim Drew, Jessica David) 



All suited up and ready to play (Allison Beals, Jen Fltzglb- 
bons, Jane Condon) 



The starting line 




Co-captains Amanda Beals and Tory Neher 
with Coach Molonea 


The 1992 Girls’ Lacrosse Team; Back row (1 to r): J. Fltzglbbons, A. Faubert, C. Nesblt, 
C. Wollaston. K. Drew, N. Zltomersky, S. Martin. M. Berkery, A. Beals, N. Celll, J. 
Condon, Coach Molonea. Bottom row (1 to r); A. Beals. J. Davlci, T. Neher. A. David, E. 
Pickett. 














WINS: 9 
LOSSES: 4 


This year’s Boys’ Lacrosse Team had an ex¬ 
cellent season. Chris Young was the coach. 
The team’s leading scorer was senior co¬ 
captain Jon Gamble. Senior mid-fielders Biz 
Stone and George Donovan, along with at- 
tackmen Chris Regnier and Ari Kotler, scored 
well. Travis Cundiff, a senior co-captain, Andy 
Leggat, and Alex Klabin led the team’s defense 
with senior C. J. Seitz as goaltender. They 
finished the season with 9 wins and only 4 
losses. 






Deep thoughts 


The 1992 Boys* Lacrosse Team 


“Man in Motion’’ 


Team huddle 


Taking a break 


Lacrosse men in action 


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The 1992 Girls’ Tennis season was filled 
with both losing and winning streaks. Un¬ 
fortunately, the losing streaks outweighed the 
winning ones. Despite the team’s disappoint¬ 
ing record. Co-captain Brenda Croce (’92) was 
elected Most Valuable Player. One of the big 
challenges of the year was switching the dou¬ 
bles and singles players in the middle of the 
season. 


Girls Tennis 
WELLESLEY 
vs. 

Norwood 1-4 
Dedham 5-0 
Braintree 5-0 
Newton North 2-3 
Walpole 1-4 
Brookline 2-3 
Norwood 2-3 
Milton 5-0 
Dedham 5-0 
Needham 4-1 
Natick 1-4 
Framingham 0-5 
Walpole 0-5 
Milton 2-3 




Friends Forever (E. Madda, B. Croce, M. Mandell) 


Ooh, What a serve! (Lauren Castellano) 




Brenda Croce having a ball. 


Concentrate on the ball! (Lisa Lappln) 


Gk) Team!! (S. Dlnwoodey, K. Faria) 




Nice Backhand!! (D. Tavel) 


Girls’ Tennis Team: Back row (r-1): Coach Gautschl, J. Goldberg, E. Bernal, A. Ward, 
A. Chen, H. Benny, S. Dlnwoodey, C. Perry, B. Avery, L. Flynn, K. Faria, M. Bergamo, 
L. Burtt, C. Hall, H. Jung. Front row (r-1): L. Heckel, J. Kelley, L. Lappln, E. Madda. B. 
Croce, L. Castellano, M. Mandell. J. Goldberg. 










The Boys’ Tennis Squad had more success this spring 
than their 8-10 record would Indicate. The Raiders, cap¬ 
tained by seniors Gordon Lichter, Jon Dinwoodey, and 
Sam Hawkey, began the season 5-1, but through missed 
opportunities and bad luck, ended up losing five matches 
by the score of 3-2. A losing streak over the last two weeks 
of the season squelched any hopes of a tournament bid, 
but the Raiders’ matches were characterized by strong 
play all season long. On the bright side, the strong play of 
underclassmen Noah Heller, Steve Ewing, Jon Bloom and 
others bodes well for the team in the years to come. 



Wellesley vs. 


Natick 

4-1 

Framingham 

0-5 

Norwood 

5-0 

Dedham 

5-0 

Braintree 

3-2 

Newton North 

1-4 

Walpole 

2-3 

Brookline 

0-5 

Norwood 

4-1 


Milton 

3-2 

Dedham 

4-1 

Natick 

4-1 

Needham 

2-3 

Framingham 

0-5 

Needham 

2-3 

Walpole 

Milton 2-3 

2-3 

Brookline 

0-5 


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Always cool on the court. (S. Hawkey) 


Swingin’ free and easy. (Justin 
Stokes) 


Oscar Laurltzen shows some in¬ 
teresting Danish form. 


Nice try, Dan! (Dan Ferry) 


’92 Boys’ Tennis Team: Back row (1 to r): Coach Mike Sabin, M. Lai, S. Ewing, A. Sasso, 
B. Hayes, N. Heller, T. Marshall, J. Whyman, D. Ferry, A. Kcilejs, J. Bloom, J. Stokes, 
D. O’Toole, A. Splvakovsky. Front row (1 to r): S. Yeung, G. Lichter, J. Dinwoodey, S. 
Hawkey, B. Lai, O. Laurltzen. 











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The 1992 Girls’ Spring Track Season was 
one which allowed individuals on the team to 
achieve many personal bests. Captain and 
MVP, Sara Amorosino, broke her own record 
in the Vi mile and scored a school record high 
of 175 total points for the season. Due to the 
small size of the team, many members were 
forced to try new events. With the addition of 
new members, they should have a strong team 
next year. 



The Seniors! (J. Forsythe. K. McGlnness, S. Peters. D. Coutreau. A. Piibaz and S. 
Amorosino) 



“Don’t worry. I won’t hurt you ” New hairstyle, Sannie? (S. Peters) 
(Elizabeth Brown) 



Wellesley 


Opponent 

39 

Braintree 

96 

85 

Brookline 

50 

50 

Framingham 

85 

36 

Dedham 

99 

42 

Newton 

93 

39 

Norwood 

96 

35 

Natick 

100 

38 

Milton 

97 

51 

Walpole 

84 

54 

Needham 

81 



The Hand-off (Sofia Stanley and Ja’Neane Blackall) 



Team Captains (Jackie Forsythe and Sara Amorosino) 



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Girls’ Track Team: Back row (1 to r): Coach MacDonald, S. O’Brien, L. Macintosh, S. Stanley, Hey, I did It! (Christine Bower) 

E. Brown, J. Blackall, A. McGlnness, Mr. Nevlakas. Front row (1 to r): C. Bower, J. Crowley, 

J. Forsythe, S. Amorosino, K. McGlnness, S. Peters, J. Cotreau. 













Wellesley 


Opponent 

39 

Braintree 

96 

52 

Brookline 

84 

48 

Framingham 

88 

45 

Dedham 

90 

38 

Newton 

97 

33 

Norwood 

102 

52 

Natick 

83 

45 

Milton 

89 

58 

Walpole 

77 

78 

Needham 

65 


This year’s Boys’ Spring Track team had a 
successful season on an individual level. Many 
scored personal bests, with captains. Derrick 
Hughes and John Reine, leading the team. 
Although they lost some vital members this 
year, next year’s team should be very suc¬ 
cessful and could be competitive in the league. 





Nice form. (Tim Maly) 


Magic Carpet Ride (Brendan Daly) 


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Free Failin’ (Rob Culch) 


Jump, Jump! (Chris Chiappa) 


I think I can. (Brian Hennessey) 



Two Mllers? (Jon Peters, Luke Burns, Roger 
Reis) 


Boys’ Spring Track Team: Back row (1 to r): Ian Rideout, Brian Forsythe, Scott Kocher, Tim 
Maly, Brian Ostrer, Rob Culch, Dave Chafin, Mark Wollaston, Barry English, Coach 
Nevlakas, Andy Mulkerln, Coach Walsh. Front row (1 to r): Chris Avery, Derrick Hughes, 
Mike Cortese, Dan Glffln. 














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The Boys’ Volleyball team had its most successful year 
since the implementation of the program in 1986. Four years 
ago the team was young and inexperienced with about twenty 
freshmen trying out for the team. Eventually, the team blos¬ 
somed into a mghly skilled senior team. Everybody could 
pass, set, and hit the ball with such ease and determination 
that no team could take them lightly. Co-captain, Rick Reed, 
was the team’s most ferocious scoring weapon. Haukur 
Thorgilsson led the defense to success. Qualifying for the 
tournament for the first time ever was the goal that the team 
reached. Unfortunately, not all expectations were met; and 
we lost the first play-off game. Nevertheless, this year’s team 
brought a professionalism to the game of volleyball that is 
seen only at collegiate levels. It set the example for the teams 
in years to come. 


Wellesley vs.: 


Brockton 

1-2 

Needham 

2-0 

Natick 

2-0 

Brockton 

1-2 

Framingham 

2-1 

Newton North 

2-0 

Holliston 

2-0 

Framingham 

2-1 

Braintree 

0-2 

Needham 

2-0 

Newton North 

1-2 

NaUck 

2-0 

Brookline 

2-1 

Braintree 

0-2 

Holliston 

2-1 

Brookline 

0-2 


Newton North 0-3 



3-2-1 BLAST-OFF!! (David 
Owen) 





“Fly Like an Eagle ..(Rick Reed) 


Pete Harwood in warm-ups. 




“Hammer Time.** (M.C.) 




The 1992 Boys* Volleyball Team: Coach B. Toffling, J. Marchetti (C), R. 
Reed (C), P. Harwood (C). M. Clarke (C), D. Owen, D. Godrick, M. Ginsburg. 
Missing: H. Thorgilsson. 



Concentration is key! (Jamie Marchetti) 





































Wellesley vs. 


Boston Latin 

3-0 

Phillips Andover 

3-0 

Cambridge R.L 

2-1 

Brookline 

1-2 

BBN 

1-2 

Lincoln-Sudbury 

2-1 

Cohasset 

2-1 


The Sailing season opened with an easy win against 
Phillips Andover, followed by another against Llncoln- 
Sudbury, thanks to some good strategy from Gregg Furle 
and Jody Boyle. Cohasset proved to be a little more dif¬ 
ficult, but with the good boat handling of co-captalns 
Courtney Quinn and Sarah Bryant, as well as quick sailing 
by Ryan Quinn and Allssa Hennekens, It was yet another 
victory. Andrew Leahy and Caroline Williams, the two 
newcomers, proved to be quite an asset. All In all. It was a 
great season; we ended up second In our league and sixth 
out of eighteen In the state. 




Team Captains and MVPs, Courtney Quinn and Sarah 
Bryant 




Checking out the boat, or the guys?? 


Now everybody listen to Courtney 


Full boat view 


1992 Sailing Team: Back row (1 to r): K. Rugg, J. Boyle, G. Furie, C. 
Quinn, D. Cooney, S. Bryant. Front row (1 to r): R. Quinn, A. Hen¬ 
nekens, A. Leahy, J. Wallace. 










COMING AROUND AGAIN 

TRADITIONS 



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169 










HOW SWEET IT IS 


Although the sun didn’t shine until late spring, the Seniors didn’t let their spirits get down. 
The early publication of the Senior Voice was the sign that spring had arrived. If they weren’t 
participating in spring sports, most Seniors spent time watching all the various sports games 
and cheering the teams on. The spring was also the time when the mailman became an 
important figure in every Senior’s life. After all the college mail arrived, the Seniors were able to 
sit back and enjoy an amazing spring together. 



Lauren. I think It’s time we checked our mail. (G. 
MacMaster, K. Kavanaugh and L. Castellano) 


Just catching some rays (Mel Miller) 




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How did Lara get to be on top? 


“One Bright Day” (Stephanie 
Bibb and Brian Montgomery) 


Enjoying a nice lunch in the 
sun (Suzi Levinson and Han¬ 
nah Boyle) 



Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Us. (A. Saravla, E. Senecal, E. Hurley and L. Lappln) 









Yeah, maybe we’ll go to school today (J. Cooney and 
j, Schulman) 




The infamous hall Jam (E. Madda, K. Jackson, L. 
Kanevsky and J. Stanley) 



‘‘I wear my sunglasses at night ...” (Amy Goldberg 
and Matt Hogan) 



Showing some spirit at the Senior Class Picnic The Waterboys (Mike Corticelll and Bill Walsh) 


Another day closer! (L. Lappln, M. Halloran) 



1 didn’t mean to do it (Lara Grant and Bob 
Walsh) 


The Marshfield Group (L. Hunt, N. Trubiani, J. Da¬ 
vidson, J. Gamble, A. Simmons, J. Mongiardo and A. 
Prlbaz) 


Would you like it well done? (Mike Faubert) 




A day at the Vineyard (S. Levinson, J. Carroll, M. 
Miller, E. Merowltz, N. Bhattachaijya and H. Boyle) 






TRAFFIC JAM 

As always, Beep Day was one of the highlights of Senior Spring. After engaging in a 
massive and messy shaving cream fight in the parking lot and storming the caf, seniors 
cooled off and cleaned up in a fire hydrant sprinkler opened up by the police. Cars decked out 
in streamers, shaving cream, and signs lined up all across the lot in preparation for the 
caravan across Wellesley, which, for the first time ever, had an escort from the WPD. 
Although several cars got lost, they eventually caught up with the main group, and the 
parade of cars completed a festive route down Weston Road, up Linden, and back to the 
school. A cookout put on by the parents in the parking lot was enjoyed by everyone, and was 
followed up with a fun trip to Waban. 






Quick Kevin, Derrick’s after you (D. Hughes and K. Frisoll) 


Gk)rdo and the crew get checked out by Chief O’Loughlin. 


Taste good. Lisa? (L. Lappln, S. Peters. J. Dlnwoodey, J. Klelnberg. J. Helwlg, D. 
Cotreau) 


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Lara’s on top of it all (Lara Grant) 


Chilling at the cookout. (D. Cunningham, 
A. Simmons, A. Pribaz, J. Davidson, N. 
Trubiani) 


Hawk, is that you? (S. Hawkey) 









George gets excited as the shaving cream 
starts to fly. (G. Donovan) 


Hogle takes aim as Todd takes a hostage. (T. Chan- All dressed up and no place to go. (P. J. Jo- 
dler, M. Bachman, M. Hogan) seph, M. Hay, S. Doorley) 




Melllsa and cohorts get ready to head out In the convertible. (M. Halloran, 
A, Tryon, K. Whitman, A. Goldberg, D. Turney) 



The girls looking good. 


Sarah spaces out with the posse. 


92 ! 92 ! 


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CELEBRATE 

Despite a number of complaints about having the Senior Prom at the Wellesley Country 
Club on a Friday night, a good time was had by all. After gathering at various houses for 
dinner and. of course, pictures, the prom goers arrived at the site. Forms of transportation 
ranged from limousines to buses to stretch suburbans. Once there, people stopped dancing 
only to step outside onto the balcony. It was on the balcony that they could soak up the 
gorgeous evening air, before returning to the dance floor. This Senior Prom will not soon be 
forgotten by those who attended. 



Oh ... my ... God! (Danielle Cotreau and Matt Clarke) 


I can’t believe It! (K. Werner, M. Flanagan. A. Zibel and D. Turney) 



How do you put this thing on? (Andrea Prlbaz and 
Dave Tranum) 


Party! (Jon Guiffre, Mike Faubert 
and Louis Joseph) 


What’s in the box, Chris? (A. Simmons, J. 
Reine, J. Davidson and C. Avery) 



What are you looking at? (Katrin 
Thorgilsson) 




How cute (Anne Carothers and 


Jeremy Parker) 



Let the party begin! (Chris Titus) 



Dancing the night away (Laurie Kanevsky and Tory Neher) Hey! (George Donovan and Katie Berkery) 



Posing Pretty (K. Williams, N. Jones, K. Curtis, G. 
White and A. Johnson) 


Smile, Alex! (Alex Demambro and Joanna 
Monglardo) 





Klelnberg, C. Nilsson, J, Dlnwoodey, L. Lappln, J. Marchettl and J. 


Nice shorts, guys (J. Clayson, M. Hogan, E. Stam, J. Schulman, S. Peters, 

J. Cooney, A. Goldberg, C. Regnler, J. Savage, T. Mulkerln) j 75 





SENIOR BANQUET 

This year’s Senior Banquet was held on Wednesday, June 3rd at the Copley Plaza. The 
Seniors met at the High School for the dedication of a tree in the memory of their classmate 
Sean O’Brien. Then everyone boarded buses and headed to Copley, where they were treated 
like royalty. After enjoying the magnificent meal and the ice cream “dessert,” James 
Schulman presented a prepared slide show that chronicled the year. The Seniors talked and 
danced the rest of the night away. Overall, the banquet was a complete success that the 
graduates will remember forever. 



“Keep It Together” 



Where’s Electra? (Hannah Boyle, Julie Carroll, Nila Bhattachaijya, Suzy Levinson. 
Lisa Rybolt, Emily Merowltz, Alicia Talanlan) 



The dedication ceremony 


“Isn’t She Lovely” (Jess David) 


“Hang in There Long Enough” (Jay Cooney, 
Ted Mulkerin, Maiissa Bachman) 


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“Beauty and the Beast” (Hanna Foster and 
Dave Richter) 


“I Wanna Hold Your Hand” (Tory Neher and Dora 
Tavel) 


“Party on Wayne, party on Garth” (Peter 
Panagako and Dave Owen) 



The Three Musketeers (Julie Parker. Danielle Curran. Janice LaCasla) 




“California Girls” (Leigh Capobianco, Jen Flynn, Me¬ 
lissa Miller) 


“That’s What Friends Are For” (Ayako Tanaka, Tricia Keefe, 
Joan Yan Chan) 


They’re “Simply Irresistible’’ (M. Hay, L. Kahn, P. J. 
Joseph, T. Mutrie, D. Hughes, S. Doorley, P. Harwood, K. 
Frisoli, M. Hogan, G. MacMaster, M. Harrington) 












THIS IS THE TIME TO REMEMBER 

The Seniors didn’t let the rain dampen their spirits at their June 5th Graduation. The gym 
actually gave a more closer feeling between the graduates. Decked in their bright red caps and 
gowns, they marched into the gym full of pride and happiness. Noteworthy speeches were then 
given by Class President Marissa Bachman, and Valedictorian Emily Senecal. Also, never to be 
forgotten, was Mr. Vasaturo’s reading of Dr. Seuss’, Oh, The Places You Will Go. His en¬ 
thusiasm and arm motions kept the audience alive, and It was with no surprise that he was 
given a standing ovation. After the diplomas had been handed out, and Ken had spoken a few 
words of his own, and Matt had fallen off the stage, the winners of the Senior Cups were 
announced. Jon Dinwoodey and Eileen Riley were the proud recipients of these awards. Finally, 
the caps were thrown into the air (for the second time), and Graduation was over. 



"I never liked the color orange ...” Try and smile, Sam (Sam Reid and P. J. Pete and Annie 

(Emily Senecal) Joseph) 









Whoa. I’m next (Sam Hawkey) 



Mmni. the gym smells great (Biz Stone and 
Marc Glnsburgj 



The President Speaks (Marlssa Bachman) 



ril miss you Justin (Mrs. Hayes and Justin Pender- 
grast) 



Emily, sit still, we haven’t graduated yet (E. 
Merowltz and M. Miller) 



“That’s the Way 1 Like It’’ (Tim Mu- 
trie) 



“Hey Scott, what do you think they’re doing up there?’’ 

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Louis and Jen 











A happy graduate (Tiana Miller) 


“History Never Repeats” (Eileen Ri- 


It’s all over now!! (Matt Harrington and 


Andrea, you haven’t graduated yet 


Lookie what we have here! (Courtney Quinn) 



“I May Never Pass This Way Again” (Larry 
Kahn) 



The Flower Girls 



Caps off to you Sehor (Hannah Boyle and 
Lisa Rybolt) 



180 











Those wild and crazy guys are at it again 



Nice socks (Todd Chandler) 


All smiles before Graduation (Amy Goldberg and 
Emma Hurley) 



“One Moment In Time** (Mike 
Faubert) 



Friends for twelve years, and never a fight 
(Brenda Croce and Sara Amoroslno) 




Alan, let me In the photo too! (Alan Zlbel and 
Demetii Papageorglou) j g 



















SHOOK ME ALL NIGHT LONG 


The All Night Party went far and beyond any of the seniors* expectations. The carnival theme provided for a 
night of clowning around and a great send off for the graduates. They were kept busy “all night** with a giant 
Supa-Bounce, Karoake Studios, gambling, twister, 8th-graders lip-syncing, and more than enough food. The 
highlight of the night was watching classmates undergo hypnosis. Many thanks go out to all the parents who 
donated their time and hard work which made the night one the graduates will never forgetl 




What’s In your mouth Trav? (T. Cundlff, T. Chandler) ^ We can stay up ALL night! (K. Thorgllsson, D. Cunningham) 




Madonna in our very own school!! 
(Jessica David) 


P. J., the night is still young. (K. Jackson, 
P. J. Joseph. M. Miller) 


Don*t you know not to drink juice 
and bowl. (Annie Sara via) 




you’re hogging the mike! (T. Julian!, A. David) 



Let me fix my hair (Eric Graham) 



Dan, Dan, the gambling man. (Dan Warren) 



Classic concentration (Jon Dlnwoodey) 


season 


again?? 



I can’t move my arms?!? (Julie Parker) 



Artists at work (J. Marchettl, N. Shepsle, J. Shulman) 


Popcorn anyone? (N. Bhattachaijya, J. Carroll, H. Boyle, L. Rybolt, S. Levinson) 





Wake up guys, the fun has Just begun! (J. Reine, J. Guiffre) 

183 


Care to dance? (Jim Stanley) 











INTO THE GREAT 


STUDENT NAME 

AHLGREN. CYNTHIA 
AMOROSINO, SARA 
AVERY, CHRISTOPHER 

azzart:llo. kristin 

BACHMAN, MARISSA 
BASTIS, AMY 
BEALS, AMANDA 
BHATTACHARJYA, NILAN 

BIBB, STEPHANIE 
BLISS, JAY 
BOTZOS, ANTHONY 
BOYLE, HANNAH 
BRYANT, SARAH 
BULGER, ERIC 
BULPETT, JOSHUA 
CAPOBIANCO, LEIGH 

CAROTHERS, ANNE 
CARROLL, JULIE 
CASTELLANO, LAUREN 
CHAN, YAN 

CHANDLER. TODD 

CLAPP, STEPHEN 

CLARKE, MATTHEW 
CLAYSON, JESSICA 
COHEN, SETH 


COOK, ALEX 
COONEY. JOSEPH 
COOP AN. YASHMAN 
CORTESE, MICHAEL 
CORTICELLI, MICHAEL 


COTREAU, DANIELLE 


CROCE. BRENDA 
CUNDIFF. TRAVIS 
CUNNINGHAM. DOROTHY 
CURRAN. DANNIELLE 
CURTIS. KENYA 
DANOVITCH. ALEX 
DAVID. ALLISON 

DAVID, JESSICA 
DAVIDSON. JESSICA 
DEMAMBRO, VINCENT 

DINWOODEY, JONATHAN 
DONLAN, JENNIFER 
DONOVAN. GEORGE 
DOORLEY, SCOTT 
DOWLING. TIMOTHY 
DOYLE, COLLEEN 


COLLEGE 

PLYMOUTH STATE COLLEGE 
TULANE UNIVERSITY 
DREW UNIVERSITY 
MASSACHUSETTS. U. OF. 
AMHERST 
BOSTON COLLEGE 
MASS BAY COMM COLLEGE 
WELLESLEY COLLEGE 
BARNARD COLLEGE 


VERMONT, UNIVERSITY OF 

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 
MASSACHUSETTS. UNIV. 

OF. AMHERST 

SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART 
CURRY COLLEGE 
MCGILL UNIVERSITY 
CLARKSON UNIVERSITY 
MASSACHUSETTS, UNIV. OF, 

DARTMOUTH 

MASSACHUSETTS. UNIV. OF, 
AMHERST 

BOSTON COLLEGE 
ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE, MD 
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 
CURRY COLLEGE 
MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE 
MACALESTER COLLEGE 
BOSTON COLLEGE 

BOSTON COLLEGE 
TRINITY COLLEGE. CT 
UNDECIDED 

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 
WORK 

ARIZONA, UNIVERSITY OF 
CALIFORNIA. UNIV. OF. L.A. 
SOUTHERN CA, UNIV. OF 
WHEELOCK COLLEGE 


tfrUDBNT NAME 

DUBOWSKY, SARA 
lARL, NORMAN 
BATON, CHANDLER 
lISENBARTH, STEPHANIE 
ILLIOTT, BILLIE-JEAN 

FARACI. JAMES 

PAUBERT. MICHAEL 


GOLDBERG. AMY 

GOLDMAN, CARRIE 
GRAHAM. ERIC 
GRANT. LARA 
GUIFFRE. JONATHAN 

■ GULLAGE, KRISTIN 
HALLORAN, MELISSA 

HARRINGTON. MATTHEW 
HARWOOD, PETER 

HAWKEY, SAMUEL 
HAY. MACGREGOR 
HECKAMAN, TODD 

HELWIG, JOHANNA 
HOGAN. MATTHEW 

HUGHES. DERRICK 

HUNT. LYS 
HURLEY. EMMA 

JACKSON. KENDAL 
JOHNSON. AKIDA 
JONES. NICOLE 

JOSEPH. LOUIS 
JOSEPH, PAUL 
JULIANI, TRINA 
KAHN. LAWRENCE 
KANEVSKY. LAURA 
KAPLAN. LARRY 
KAVANAUGH, KENNETH 


COLLEGE 

MIT 

UNDECIDED 
PLYMOUTH STATE 
BRYN MAWR COLLEGE 
FRAMINGHAM STATE 
COLLEGE 

OAKTON COMMUNITY 

COLLEGE 

SANTA CLARA 

UNIVERSITY 

MASS BAY COMMUNITY 

COLLEGE 

UNDECIDED 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 

UNIVERSITY 

BOWDOIN COLLEGE 

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

MUHLENBERG COLLEGE 

COLBY COLLEGE 

SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE 

MASS BAY COMM 

COLLEGE 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 
VERMONT. UNIVERSITY 
OF 

VERMONT. UNIVERSITY 
OF 

WHEELOCK COLLEGE 
BREVARD 
ITHACA COLLEGE 
VERMONT, UNIVERSITY 
OF 

MASS COLLEGE OF ART 
MASSACHUSETTS. UNIV. 
OF. AMHERST 
DENISON UNIVERSITY 
SOPHIA U/TOKYO, 
JAPAN 

ST. LAWRENCE UNIV. 
COLGATE UNIVERSITY 
RHODE ISLAND, UNIV. 

OF 

COLBY COLLEGE 
COLORADO. UNIV. OF, 
BOULDER 

JOHNSON & WALES 
COLLEGE 
SIENA COLLEGE 
VERMONT, UNIVERSITY 
OF 

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 
UNDECIDED 
MORRIS BROWN 
COLLEGE 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 
LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 
BOSTON COLLEGE 
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 
SUNY AT PLATTSBURGH 
TULANE UNIVERSITY 


LAKE FOREST COLLEGE 
HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE 
PLYMOUTH STATE COLLEGE 
HARVARD UNIVERSITY 
BROWN UNIVERSITY 
UNDECIDED 
WORK 

SADm^EBACK COMMUNfPY- 


OHIO WESLEYAN UNIV. 
WELLESLEY COLLEGE 
VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 
MASSACHUSETTS, UNTV. OF. 
AMHERST 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 


FIGUEROA. MANUEL 

FITZPATRICK, ERIK 
FLANAGAN, MATTHEW 

RLYNN. JENNIFER 
FOLEY. ELIZA 
FORSYTHE, JACQUELINE 
ROSTER. HANNA 
^ISOLI. KEVIN 
lAMBLE. JONATHAN 
?43AW, TIFFANY 

GINSBURG. MARC 
GODFREY, TREVOR 


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WIDE OPEN 


student name 

KEEFE, PATRICIA 
KISSAM, ALEXIS 
KLEINBERG. JESSICA 

KOTLER, ARI 
KWAN, ADRIAN 

LACASCIA, JANICE 
LAI. BRANDON 

LAPON. JENNIFER 

LAPPIN. LISA 
LAURITZEN. OSKAR 

LEVINSON, SUZANNE 
LIBBY. COREY 
lighter, GORDON 
MACMASTER. GREG 
MADDA. EILEEN 

MAGENHEIMER, CLAIRE 

MANDELL. MEREDITH 
MANGUSO, SARAH 

MARADIE, KEVIN 
MARCHETTI, JAMES 
MARCHETTI, PATRICIA 
MATTHEW, JEFFREY 

MCCARTHY. RICHARD 
MCGETTIGAN. lESA 
MCGINNESS. KELLY 

rmoommmnBimrmBm- 

MCKIMMEY, MATTHEW 
MEDOFF. MELISSA 
MEROWITZ, EMILY 
MILLER. MELISSA _ 

MILLER, MIRANDA 
MILLER, TfANA 
MONGlItf^DO, JO^NA 
MULKEtiN, EDWAFP 

MULLofvNEY, ERIN' 

MURPHY, TIMOTHY 
MUTRIE, TIMOTHY 
NEHER.^VICTORIA 


COLLEGE 

WELLESLEY COLLEGE 
WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY 
WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGE 

MACALESTER COLLEGE 
SOUTHERN CALIF.. UNIV. OF 

REGIS COLLEGE. MA 
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIV. 

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 

ROCHESTER, UNIVERSITY OF 
FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
RETURNING HOME 
PENNSYLVANIA. UNIV. OF 
WENTWORTH INSTITUTE 
COLGATE UNIVERSITY 
MESA COLLEGE 
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 


MARYLAND. UNIVERSITY q£L- 


HARTFORD, UNIVERSITY dF 
HARVARD UNIVERSITY i 


BARRY UNIVERSITY 
MIT I 

WENTWORTH INSTITUTE 
LAKE FOREST COLLEGE 


CHICAGO. UNIVERSITY OF 
MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE 
U. OF COLORADO, BOULDER 
"WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 


NOONJIN, DANA 
OWEN. DAVID 

j 

PAAP^STUART 

PANAGAKO. PETER 

PAPAGEORGIOU. DEl^rTRIOS 
PARI^ER. JULIE 
PARSCftiS^rHOMAS-ii^ 
PENDERSRAST. JUSTIN 
PETERS, SUSANN. 

PETERSON. JOHN 
piTTITjlNDREWi 
PICKErn^LISON' 

pollinoSanthony 

PRIBAZ, ®DREA| 


REGIS ONIV./COLORADO 
DELAW^E, UNIV. OF 
WESLEYAN.XJNIVERSITY 

hofstra University 

cotBY c Alege 

FLORIDA A^ANTIC UNIV. 
JOHNS HOP|^S UNIVERSITY 
HARVARD UNIVERSITY 

ARIZONA. UNI^I^SITY OF_ 

UNDECIDED 
KENYON COLLEGE 
HOLY CROSS. COLLEGE 
OF THE 

WHEELOCK COLLEGE. 
AMHERST COLLE^ % 

NORTHFIELD MT. H 

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 

LYNDON STAT^OLLEOe 
UNDECIDED ‘ 

MARIETTA COLIAge"; ’ 
COLGATE UNIVBISliY 
EARLHAM COLLEGE 
ALLEGHENY COLLEGE 
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 
WORK 

DICKINSON COLLEGE 



STUDENT NAME 

QUINN. COURTNEY 
REED. RICHARD 
REEVES. ELIZABETH 

REGISTER, JONATHAN 
REGNIER, CHRISTIAN 

REID, SAMUEL 
REINE, JOHN 

RICHTER, DAVID 


RILEY. EILEEN 
ROBB, DAVID 
ROBERTSON, DAVID 
ROMERO. JORGE 
RUBEL, JORDANA 
RYBOLT, LISA 
SARA VIA. ANA INES 

-SAVAGE, JACQUELINE 


SCHIAVO, NEIL 
SCHULMAN, JAMES 

SEITZ, CHRISTOPHER 
SENECAL, EMILY 
SHEEHAN, ALISON 
SHEPSLE, NILSA 

SILVERSTEIN. MARNI 
SIMMONS. AURORA 
SIPE, ERIN 

SOLDANO. MATTHEW 
SPIVAKOVSKY, VIKTOR 
STAM. ERIN 
STANLEY. JAMES 
STONE. ISAAC 

TALANIAN, ALICIA 
TANAKA, AYAKO 
TAVEL, BEN 
TAVEL, DORA 

THORGILSSON. KATRIN 

TITUS, CHRISTOPHER 
TRUBIANI, NICOLE 
TRYON. ANNA 
TUCKER, BRIAN 
TURNEY, DANA 
WALSH, JOHN 

WALSH. ROBERT 

WALSH, WILLIAM 

WALSTON. KATHERINE 
WARREN. DANIEL 
WEGNER, LISA 
WERNECK, SARAH 
WHITE, GREGORY 
WHITMAN, KIMBERLY 
WILLIAMS. KIMBERLY 
WOERNER, KRISTA 
YAITANES, JASON 
YEUNG, SYDNEY 
ZIBEL. ALAN 


COLLEGE 

HOLY CROSS, COLLEGE 
UNDECIDED 

CALIF., UNIV. OF, SANTA 
CRUZ 

AMBASSADOR COLLEGE 
VERMONT. UNIVERSITY 
OF 

KENYON COLLEGE 
RENSSELAER POLYTECH 
INST. 

MASSACHUSETTS. UNIV. 
OF/ 

AMHERST 
AMHERST COLLEGE 
TRAVEL 

LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY 
WORK 

HAVERFORD COLLEGE 
HAVERFORD COLLEGE 
AM. ACAD. OF DRAMATIC 
ARTS 

VERMQNTx UNIVF R-^^ty 
OF 

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 
ROCHESTER. UNIVERSITY 
OF 

WHITTIER COLLEGE 
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 
ARIZONA, UNIVERSITY OF' 
N.C., UNIV. OF. CHAPEL 
HILL 

WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 

WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 

WORK 

UNDECIDED 

MIT 

COLGATE UNIVERSITY 
COLORADO STATE UNIV. 
NORTHEASTERN 
UNIVERSITY 
WELLESLEY COLLEGE 
WELLESLEY COLLEGE 
VASSAR COLLEGE 
ST. LAWRENCE 
UNIVERSITY 
MASS. BAY COMMUNITY 
COLLEGE 
BABSON COLLEGE 
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 
YALE UNIVERSITY 
KEENE STATE COLLEGE 
VASSAR COLLEGE 
PHILLIPS EXETER 
ACADEMY 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNIV. 
OF 

JOHNSON & WALES 
UNIVERSITY 
MARY WASHINGTON C. 
LYNCHBURG COLLEGE 
CHICAGO. UNIVERSITY OF 
SWARTHMORE COLLEGE 
UNDECIDED 
MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE 
ALBANY STATE U. 
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 
WORK 

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 
DUKE UNIVERSITY 


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WONDERFUL WORLD 

COMMUNITY 






186 







187 






PATRONS 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amorosino, Jr. 
Victoria J. Avery 
Ginny and Leo Boyle 
David and Mary Ellen Dinwoodey 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. and Gail Doorley 
Terry and Judy Harrington 
Ted and Sandy Joseph 
John and Fran Magenheimer 
Tim and Molly Neher 
J. and J. Pribaz 
Anne and Bill Rybolt 


SPONSORS 

Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Cortese 
Jane and Tim Davidson 
John and Patti Keefe 
Roger and Sue Regnier 
Marion and Kathleen Reine 
Joseph and Linda Senecal 



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Peaceful, Easy Feeling (Varsity Captains) 



Light My Fire (Jay Cooney) 


Ignorance is Bliss (Jay Bliss) 




Does anyone have change for a dollar^ (Mr. Mur- 
phy) 



X 




Congratulations to 
the Class of 1992 

In Wellesley, its Willcox.' 


( 617 ) 235-6885 




Let the fun begin! 


An Innocent Man (Florian Wilken) 


189 

















Melissa and her men! 



Another night at Sam’s (S. Hawkey, J. Dlnwoodey, J. Cooney, J. Helwlg, A. Pribaz, S. 
Peters and J. Schulman) 



Soakin’ up some rays (Emily Senecal) 



It’s spirit time. (Claire Magenheimer) 


WE WISH 
YOU 
GREAT 
WEALTH 
AND 
GOOD 
FORTUNE. 


South Shore Bank 


Multibank ZI) 

Lower Falls: 233-3281 
Linden Street: 235-1888 









You called? fKevin Frlsoli) What. no walkmans In school? (Shannon 
' * Toomey) 



Congratulations 

members of the Class of 1992! 


From 

E. 

A. DAVIS 

579 WASHINGTON STREET, 


WELLESLEY 



We love school, really we do. (J. Mullen, A. Haffermehl, M. Moore, T. Jolles and C. Wollaston) 


Looking good! 



One Bright Day (J. Croke, J. Donlon, M. Barnicle, S. Aylesworth, A. 
Merghart and S. Hogan) 











Just hanging out (E. Stam, M. Halloran, A. Goldberg and L. Lappin) 


Live a little bit! (J. Parker, J. Lapon and D. Noonan) 


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Memories Are Made of This (S. Sperbeck, A. Perkins, A. Gerstmayr and R. Chlpps) 


CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! 
FROM 

GREENS 

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Hanging On to the Good Times (A. Pribaz, J. Helwlg, J. Klelnberg and S. Peters) 



I Wanna Be Your Man (James Schulman) Happy! Happy! Joy! Joy! (Emily Merowltz and 

Lisa Rybolt) 



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Saravia and S. Amorosino) 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1992 


We have enjoyed 
working with you. 

Wellesley High 
School 

Athletic Staff 














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THE CLASS OF 1992 
EXTENDS ITS BEST WISHES 

TO ALL THEIR 
CLASSMATES 
IN THE YEARS TO COME. 




Senior Women 


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HERE’S WHERE THE STORY ENDS 


I can’t believe it’s finally over! 

It took a lot of hard work and I couldn’t have done it without my incredible staff; 
many of whom came during the summer to help meet the last deadline. I would 
also like to thank all of the people who donated photos for the Yearbook 
(special thanks to Mrs. Joseph). 

The pictures are what made it happen. 

My dedication to the yearbook was strongly influenced by my advisor last 
year, Ms. Copell. Although she isn’t with us today, her strength and enthusiasm 
during the time that she was sick was enough incentive for me to work harder. 
She was a wonderful person whom I will always remember. 

I hope that you all feel as I do when I say that my Yearbook is something 

I will treasure forever. 

GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1992 



Andrea 


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