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PROCTOR JR.-SR. HIGH SCHOOL
. . .AT P.H.S.
The days and weeks pass by, as we
share cherished moments with those of
whom we love* We live each moment as
it comes, and look to the future with a
new hope . , * another year . . * another
tale , * *
For his years of service and support of Proctor
High School we dedicate our 1980-1981 yearbook to
Mike Fiske, Sr., a man who had shown loyalty to and
concern for the Proctor School system* He was
interested in the children of the community, coaching
Little League baseball and acting as the president of
the Phantom Boosters* He fulfilled his dream of
having a new scoreboard placed in the gymnasium
at Proctor High School contributing many hours of
his free time installing this scoreboard* His familiar
face could always be seen among the crowd at every
sporting event, cheering the team on. We were all
lucky to have known him*
He is a success
who has lived well,
laughed often and loved much,
who has gained the respect of intelligent men
and the love of children;
who has filled his niche
and accomplished his task;
who leaves the world better than he found it,
whether by a perfect poem or a rescued soul;
who never lacked appreciation
of earth’s beauty or failed to express it;
who looked for the best in others
and gave the best he had.
AS THEY SEE IT. . .
There are so many things we have yet to see
and do. Much of our time is spent (?) homework,
talking with friends, and wondering about the
future. The road ahead is a long one, and we learn
new responsibilities as we strive for perfection.
Freshmen are people who are just learning a new
experience of being in high school but never forgetting what
it was like to be in junior high.
A freshmen is one who was on top last year, but
beginning at the bottom once more.
A sophomore is a person leaving an accustomed life,
where expectations have been few, and entering into a
world of responsibility and worried about the future. It
could be called a transition from adolescence into young
A sophomore is someone that's truthful, caring, and
loyal, with a special *'touch of class". "Super sophomores”
is a perfect description of this year’s 10th grade class, the
class of "83".
Being a junior is being close to being the big guy and
still being able to act like the little guyi
Being a junior is having the respect of the upper
classmen without having the responsibility of the seniors!
A senior is a person full of hopes, dreams, and fears
about a new world. A senior has a youthful, almost
child-like personality while living in the present.
Being a senior is to be cool and not let anyone know
that you're having a hard time trying to decide whether the
senior year is the beginning of the end or the end of the
MONDAY - longest day of the week . ^ . hated by
most who don’t like school. Early Monday morning
people are zombies dragging down the hall. Haunts
students and teachers periodically every week.
You voted for your favorites in that infamous
poll taken at PHS. What were the most popular
sports? television shows? hot spots? munchies?
common sayings? bands? Check your answers on
TUESDAY - an unnoticed day . . . not much
going on, maybe just sport games or band. Everyone
acts mellowed out like they just don't really care what
WEDNESDAY - Test Day! Seems as though every
teacher waits 'til Wednesday to spring tests on us.
Another mellow day but full of surprises when we find
out about all those pop quizes.
THURSDAY - Kind of a run-of*the mill day.
Everything is just so-so , , , tense as the weekend is
just around the corner. Don't expect much homework
to be done as Friday begins the weekend.
FRIDAY - Hubbub, commotion, and crazy excitement as
teople plan out their evenings* Everyone will have their owm
:ind of fun. Watch out and enjoy!!
AND THE ANSWERS ARE . . .
Wrestling, volleyball, skiing
Favorite TV shows?
Saturday Night Live
Favorite hot spots?
Falls, gym, skating rink
M & Ms, French fries, pizza
Favorite common sayings?
You said it wasn't due ’til
I'm soooo tired!
Doobies, Eagles. Skynyrd
What kinds of people make up Proctor
High School? They might be compared to a
puzzle — each one having his own shape,
size, and unique personality, each one a
necessary and memorable part of the student
body, each one contributing to the comple-
tion of the whole picture.
don*t need to fight to prove I*m rights
and I don't need to be forgiven/'
Soccer, Skynyrd, The Who, MEMBER
OF THE TEENAGE WASTE LAND, falls
closing conunittee. camping out chucking,
"Stop, 1 know who you are", "let's take some
signs", "How's your dog?", enjoy.
"Happy are those that dream dreams
and are ready to pay the price to make them
Ann, Spot light "80", S.A.M.W.A.,
Heavy Metal, Smart Rebel, Q.L, Smash up,
March 20th, The Mall. The Fails, Aviation
Mall, camping by the pond, Sloe gin Fiz,
"If you have one true friend, you have
more than your share,"
Musketeer #2, Ayaa, horses. Jeepin*,
Aisy, cruisin. Teach, Rodeo, Slick Vic, I don't
know, Howdy* Vic Chic, Yehaw, hiaper
diaper, Nova Scotia, Ludlow, Killin^on,
Voc., Burger King, HW.O.A., farm gal
The End is everlasting but the reality is
"Bud", May 1977, Omya, Sasquatch,
Doobies, "Wit", "Dodge Cruisin", "Pontia-
cruisin", "Dream Machine", chess champ,
"Falls", AC/DC, "Danvers", molsons, mun-
"Take your time, don't live too fast,
troubles will come and they will pass,"
Cooky, softball. Monty Bo Jr,, Skynyrd,
majorettes, "Steven, just get out of my life!"*
falls* holiday cruisin, bestest friend*
"Sparks", Florida or bust, "Flame",
"I have always been delighted at the
prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more
start* with perhaps a bit of magic waiting
somewhere behind the morning."
Canada bathrooms, the Falls, "Ain't I
cute", Bomoseen Biker. Tiny Buns* G.H,* Big
V., Ri unite* Close-up, the pits, wee pee!,
shank you very much, wee chool, "the
"What lies behind you* and what lies
before you are tiny matters compared to
what lies within you."
Margo, Hospital Dumb, The Falls*
Summer 79, Red Honda, My Buddy, Still,
Mickey D's* U,V.M. debate. Chicago '80*
D.D., J.D.* The Music Shop. Canada. S. D*
R & R.
"Tve seen a lot of people who thought
they were cool, but then again. Lord. I've
seen a lot of fools."
Dale, Deutschland, Frau's bonbons,
Canada bathrooms. I.D.G.A.S., Pico* CDB*
"I'll take the dare," Old Time Rock-n-RoU*
V.S.B., The Falls, The Three "M's",
happy/sad, that muffler, '81, '80, F.H,
"Life is too short for logic,"
VOC., Baking contest, V.I.C.A.
‘'Be noisy, and Til be noisy with you. Be
quiet and I'll be noisy alone."
Vd.G.A.p Dodge, Pam, Voc,, Demolay*
"'The eye sees not itself* but the
reflection, by some other things."
Randy, Musketeer #3* Florida, sun,
surf, the guys, Disney, No tea for me,
Speedbuggy, I don't care, Aisy. I'm so
confused. Rodeo, cruisin', sticks, Killing-
ton, Burger King.
“Don't try to change the past or ruin the
present by worrying about the future/'
Chicken Man, this Bud's for you,
Sueann, Voc, bus, weight room. Flash
Gordon, walking the halls, Boston, hiking,
falls. Beer & Wine* Another one bites the
dust, French blue. Arrow Smith.
"Every man is an exception.."
Mr. President, Close-up, Student Coun-
cil, the Carter campaign, genius.
“Yesterday is gone, but today well lived
makes yesterday a dream of happiness/'
Keithl, California. Shut up stu. The falls,
S. Ball #8, Fussball!, |D!!, "You're out of
order!!", “Let's go cruisin'', #444, Hey
Polecat!, UVM, Magoos* "Gum anyone,"
“The years teach much which the days
Mike* "Who is that guy?"* '80 F,H,
Champs, Queeny, Randl* Fox, the 3 M's*
Cheese Doodles. Spanks, 14K, Bathrooms,
Blue Bomb* Samurai, "SKUNK!", "Watch lor
Trainsr* Pearls, Shtwers, "Cath, . Guess
“Not the briefest moment — yours or
mine — can ever come again,"
Mick, soccer* baseball, basketball* Boys'
State, Ann, Bad Company, falls, I,D„ Pond,
“We do not come to believe in ourselves
until someone reveals that deep inside us
something is valuable* worth listening to*
worthy of our trust, sacred to our touch/'
P.M.N,H,* "Big 18"* Miller, Friday nttes,
bar hopping, 79.
“No man has got it made; if he thinks
he does, he's wrong."
Chris* L,M,W*a* "BRO"* Take a break!,
"Member of the Teenage Wasteland", Pico
U,P.S,E,R., "Lost Lid Booge", Voc — Vice
Pres.* miller* bud* Skynyrd M.T.B. G.D.B.,
"Don't walk in front of me, I may not
follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not
lead. )usl walk beside me and be my buddy."
^ck, cross-country skier* falls, big bird*
"Hey* let's take some signs," Matts, soccer
champs, Bad Company* turn the page, "Take
a break”* on the hunt, T & T Field, beer in
the ear, "When in doubt, dribble out", ZRD,
' 'Faith is the substance of things hoped
for, and the evidence of things not seen/'
Di, a very special fnend. Flea's
Secretary, *Trini, guess what!", D.A.R.,
"Watch him for me.". The Falls. "I love you
, . , "1 Made It Through the Rain."
"If at first you don't succeed, try, try
"The longest journey starts with a single
Me. California. "Ain't I cute?",
K.F.C.. New York, Streaker #2. Canada
bathrooms. Miss Perfect. Lake Bomoseen*
Close-up. PHS #l!. Dori's Camp.
"It's the morning of your life, the beat
is yet to come/'
Dinger, soccer, falls, K.R.. Spook, what
to do? chuckin. Stop! I know who you are.
Skiing, Bug. Camp. King of the Raft, whale.
Mall run, J. D.. Lip, R.D. - 400, X-Mas eve.
Find a tree.
"Striving is the key of life, and you are
forever striving, for once you have stopped
so has life."
Soccer champs '78, '80, Annette. Bully.
Budweiser, Marlboro, "Good Times",
"Zoom-A-Doom", Holy C, Falls, "Rack-
a-Dack", Jingle Bells "78".
"Do not follow where the path leads.
Rather go where there Is no path and leave
Raymone', Shelley, Rowdy, Sky blue.
Party, bottle cap collector, "What’s Happen-
ing?", Led Zepplin, Cruzing. Munchies. Voc-
bus. Camel Lights. Screwdrivers. Weekends
were made for Michelob. Wheelerville
Road. Wasted Days and Wasted Nights.
"Life is a mirror which will reflect back
to you what you think of it."
Suzy, ni be goalie, the falls, Hoffen-
reffer, softball, field hockey, basketball,
camp out, in the trunk. Streaker #3, G.H.
"I cannot do today what should have
been done yesterday, but maybe I will take
a chance tomorrow/’
The army, "Private Manning", paper
girl, "Shake it, don't break it", "simple".
"Man Is Not Truly Old Until His
Regrets Take Place Of His Dreams."
Mountain Top, X-C Skier, "The Falls".
Keys in a couch?. Where is my key Karen?,
Buffalo Bills. Dr. T,, Zoom-A-Doom, swim-
ming with Rat. "Falls fireman", J.D„ Miller
Time!, Jackson Browne.
"Those who bring sunshine into the lives
of others cannot keep it from themselves."
Johnny, Cubby, T.T., "Burn 'em", F.H. #1,
Puey. "Really?! — NO?!", pickles A lemons.
"Let's go to the grade school", Mt Top. "you
turkey". Lake Bomoseen, Bobbsey twins,
oshkabibian, "I'm soooo tired", havefin china,
wish you good spaces in the faraway
places you go and if it rains or snows may
you be safe and warm , . . and if you need
somebody sometime, you know I'll always be
"Some men live their lives in chains and
never know they have the key "
MOC, ABBA, 200-SX RD-400. Mall
Run, MODIFICATION Roll the "Z". falls.
STYLES MEADOW, X-C skiing, soccer,
calculuszone, boys' state lorhire, PROCTOR
"When you're seen beyond — then you
may find peace of mind is waiting there. And
the time will come when you see we're all
one, and life flows on within you and
Flea #2, pond, soccer, falls, Casey,
Henry, Beatles, yesterd^'s highs. Martins,
future references^ R.H., The Who, }.D., BUD,
Toyota cruises, chucking.
"Friends are a part of me that I can't do
without. Friends are a part of me that dreams
are all about" •
Lon ny- Debbie, friends, weight lifter.
Nova, Doobie Brothers, Green, Falls,
"It's a long road and little wheel and it
takes a lot of turns to get there. At the end
you can say T made it!'"
Winter Carnival Day, voc, bus, the falls,
Magoo's, Benjy's, Molsons, Smart Rebel, the
attic. Ammeretta, J.D.
"You may forget with whom you
laughed, but you will never forget with
whom you wept."
Deb, Miller, Mike, Magoo's, refugee,
t M.. Dan's tumbleweed, bar hopping, we've
een had, heartbreaker, that laugh.
"The key to life is to laugh and be
happy, so smile and let the world know how
happy life can be."
Mark G„ Musketeer #t, Batmobile,
Twinkle Toes, "I never stop talking", I
suppose, weekends, chic, H.W.O.A., Voc.
Pres,, cruisin', Thursdays. Chittenden,
Florida, Aviation Mall, Burger King, X-C
"The more I study, the more I know. The
more I know, the more I forget. The more
1 forget, the less 1 know. So why study?"
"You may think I'm a dreamer, but I'm
not the only one. 1 will keep on dreamin'
until my dream Is done."
"Michele", "Solid Rock", "Q.L. Crash
up", "Smart Rebel", Don Mackles, Deb 1
Love Your Hair, THE MALL, crazy.
Southern Comfort. Pond parties. Aviation
"Good friends must not always be
together; it’s a feeling of oneness when
distant — that proves a lasting friendship "
F. D. Roosevelt H.S.
'"We cannot discover new oceans unless
we have courage to lose sight of the shore.''
Mike* K.K.. Russell baby* F,H* #1
Co*champs, Hoop, softball* #4* Hobson.
Universal Blow-Out, Streaker #1* Mommle
Dearest, Don's camp* tiny teeth, Burger
Queen, Havelin China* skunk, picture him,
the falls, dislocation, bobbsey twins.
"'Not trying is wondering your whole life
whether you gave up too soon.”
R.C.D** 4-2-6, U.V.M*. 104. Gator*
Topher* Riunite* the Police* are those
mine?H* Churchills, weekend trips, the
circles, the falls. "Where's Proctor?"* Mickey
D's* S,D,R & R.
"Keep your face to the sunshine and all
shadows will fall behind."
Kath* Library Aide, Smitt* "What?", G.H.
Fanatic, rollerskating, 7- Up, Gram's house*
"'Cheese", Smiley, Gonzo* "I wouldn't
know!"* "Yeah, rightf'. chic, Dallas.
"Some people think it's holding on that
makes one strong. Sometimes it's letting go.”
19P9 F.H, Champs. Brian, G.H„ the
Falls* I lost Steve somewhere?!, junk Food
Junkie* Thanks giving Cruise* S/8/S0.
majorettes* "Old Time Rock N' Roll".
"Hope is a waking dream."
Sirloin, IDG AS. hey honey* The 3 M's.
Fox* samurai* RF's blue bomb. July 4*
Thanksgiving cruise, skunk!, cheese doodles,
GH* labels and caps* "Randee — I know!".
"To live your life in your own way, to
reach for the goals you have set for yourself,
to be the you that you want to be — that is
Sue M. I love you, weight lifter* humble
bee, the Falls, friends, pearl ring*
"Freedom is being able to reach out and
grasp something that no one else has and
then share it with him /'
Saturday nights. Toad, Bass, B #1* Smart
Rebel* Falls, Rush* Miller.
""Life is all that a man possesses of any
real value, that and his honor and his
Grom!, You are now entering the Physics
Zone, We have major lab problems. Dr. Don,
Some of us have to work for a living, Texas
Oysters* HBO at Karen's* You can't track in
hyperspace, '"16"* Dr* Who, Mr* Rogers* the
U.S.S. Chevy prise.
I MADE IT THROUGH THE RAIN
“The moment may only lie
temporary, but the memory lasts
Red and White Roses
Maroon and White
Steve Mitowski - President
Chris Cook • Vice President
Diane Howland - Secretary
Dick Anderson - Treasurer
1980-81 PHANTOM BOOSTERS AWARD BANQUET
Silver “P" Randee Felie* Cathy Supancic
Mark Miglorie, Larry Young
, Karen Russell
Rutland Vocational Center Awards Brian Davis, Statewide Baking
Sandra Erickson, Business Poster
luanita Pelkey, Health Occupations Achievement Award
DAR Good Citizenship Award Diane Howland
Robert \. Martel Award * Todd Jakubowski
Danforth “I Dare You” Awards luanita Pelkey, Raymond Loso
Character Achievement Award Mark Miglorie
Salutatory Award Larry Young
Valedictory^ Award Randee Felie
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Honor Scholarship Randee Felie
Faculty Scholarship Randee Felie, Mark Miglorie
Abbot Scholarship Sue Loso
American Association of University Women Scholarship Award Larry Young
Music Lynn Pilcher, Honorable Mention, Piano Performance
Gregory ). Socinski Award
Sutherland Award .
Diane Howland, National School Choral Award
Kathy Clark, All New-England Festival Award
Karen Patch, All-Eastern Music Award
Trini Caceres, Todd lakubowski
...... John Fiske, Bill Trombley, Kevin Ratti - Alternate
Rose Mossey, Lisa LaFrance, Marie Smith - Alternate
Dick Anderson, UVM High School Prize Exam
Mark Miglorie, Mathematics Association of America
Mary Simel, Helen Crossman,
Michele Gosselin, Clarena Jones,
Ellen Tilden, Sue Tracy
Diane Howland, Kathy Rimsa
Chris Catterton, Mimi Curtis
Annette lasmin, Lisa LaFrance
CLASS OF ’82
This year’s junior class was
very eager to raise money for
their class treasury. Those energe-
tic juniors came in third over all
in the Winter Carnival and third
again in the candy sale. The class
put in a super amount of work on
the prom "Stairway to Heaven”.
The class sold Proctor Phantom
sweatshirts and mugs as they are
stashing away money for a class
trip to Maine next fall.
Class of ’83
Herb Pel key
This year the Sophomores
showed super school spirit. They
came in a close second in the candy
sale with $131. Theresa Loso came in
second selling $182 and Scott Stratton,
fifth* with $60, Lynn Pilcher took first
place in the Talent Show with a piano
solo. The Class of '83 also placed
second in the Winter Carnival. They
really outdid the freshman. They
cooked a superb breakfast carnival
morning netting $66. They put on a
great 50’s dance with the freshman.
We know the sophomores are going
places with their enthusiasm in
getting things done.
CLASS OF ’84
The class: was
the biggest class evur! These
9th grade ‘swingers pul on
two successful dances, a
special one in February for
the Humane Society where
they donated all the money
they made at the dance.
Despite losing the winter
carnival. :thej|t all pot in a
big effort. Not oniv are they
big sizewise, ibut they’re big
in class sjpdritl .
Mis^ng: Chris Ghapin,
ARE THE PHANTOMS #1?
You had better believe it! Proctor High
School’s athletes are tops. It must be
phantom pride that each team strives to
uphold. The fan support could use a little
work, especially for the JV teams who need
to be encouraged for their efforts. There
has been an addition of dates to the state
championship banners, but there exists
plenty of room for future teams because as
you all know Proctor is, and always will be,
"The Home of Champions"!
Second-year coach Lynn Johnson's
large ambitious team proved their
excellence by winning a state final
co-champ title for the first time.
With help from the strong defense,
goalie Sue Loso made a number of
fantastic saves. Offense scored 49 goals
with high scorers Karen Benoit with 16
and Kim Goodrich with 9. The team
finished the season in a 12-1-4 record
after playing 3 tough games with rival
West Rutland and losing only to Otter
The team was captained by seniors
Karen Russell, Randie Felie and Sue
Loso. S.V.A.C. All-Stars were juniors
Reeny Triller and Karen Benoit.
Rl. R. Felie, K. Russell. S. Lorn; R2. B. Pentkowskl C. Gray, J. Nelson. K. Benoit, J. Simonds,
E, Soulia, R. Triller, K. Goodrich, D. Martinez; R3. K. Benoit. K. Johnson. L King, S* Tilden, L
LaFrance, G. Curtis. S. Reta. M- Curtis, Coach L. (ohnson. C. Catterton
Keeping up with the Phantom tradition,
the boys added another date to the state
final banner. This outstanding team
coached by “coach of the year" Kixie Austin
won the S.V.A,C. league and the Little
Brown lug. The offense and defense
combined to score 73 goals in 17 shutouts
and only let 3 goals get by goalie Mike
High scorers were Dick Anderson and
Kevin Ratti who both made the S.V.A.C.
All-Star team along with Mike Fiske and
Steve Mitowski (M.V.P.).
Next year's season looks promising
with a number of newcomers from the
Tri-captains D. Anderson. S. Mitowski. M. Fiske; Row 1. S. Anderson, E. Potjacik, B. Adams,
S. Poljacik. K. Ratti; Row 2, M. Mtglorie, Z. Horvath, S. Stratton. E. Supancic, Russell. M. King,
B. Loso: Row 3. M. Santoro, B. Gilliam. Mgr. D. Baccei, K. Thompson. P. Lasky. |. Fiske. S. Sule,
Asst. Coach D. Morgan, R. lalbert; missing, D. Triller* R. McPhee, Coach K. Austin
The team got off to a bad
start until Coach Terri Rinehart
stepped in to give the team new
spark. Captains Cathy Izzo, Lisa
Young, and Carrie Curtis also
aided in the recovery of the
Their record was an im-
pressive 3-3-3 with Kristi Benoit
leading with 4 goals. Carol Gray
and Barb Pentkowski each
added 3 and Deb Blow came
through with 2. Goalie Judy
Nelson waS outstanding with 25
saves to aid the tough defense.
The J. V. team, coached by
Paul Wager and captained by Ed
Poljacik, Perry Laskey and John
Russell, ended their season with
an overwhelming 9-1-1 record.
The offense showed their
power by scoring 37 goals and
only letting 14 goals escape the
hands of goalies Eric Supancic
and Mike Santoro. The line was
powered by Ed Poljacik with 9
goals and Perry Laskey and Tom
Racette with 8 goals each.
The team placed first in the
J. V. league and look impressive
for the varsity team.
R 1, Tri-captains L. Young, C. Izzo, C. Curtis; R 2, Coach T. Rinehart, B.
Pentkowski, K. Sanborn, I. Grace, V. Reed, L. Clough. S. Chamberlain; R 3, K.
Benoit, N. Valente, S. Curtis, N. Smiel, C. Gray, D. Blow
R 1, G. King, R. Hill, M. Clark, T, Racette, S. Moran, M. Horvath. E. Poljacik,
C. Hughes, M. Gravelle, D. Moore; R 2, R. Austin, B. Gilliam, C. King, T. Felie,
C. Howland. C. Chapin, J. Miglorie, D, Triller, E. Supancic, j. Russell, P. Laskey,
M. Santoro, E. Guyette, M. Taranovich, L. Simon
A very aggressive team
coached by Sam Ezzo turned in
a 16-6 overall record. They
fought down to the last few
games for the M.V.L. title but
unfortunately were not success-
The team was co-captained
by seniors Mark Miglorie and
Zollie Horvath who were also
high scorers along with Mike
Fiske. Mike Fiske was the
M.V.L. top scorer and chosen
for the M.V.L. All-Star team.
The team wil] be losing
three of their five starters which
R 1. B. Adams, K. Ratti, M. Miglorie, Z. Horvath. S. Anderson; R 2. S. Stratton, may make next year a rebuild-
W. Trombley, L. Simon; missing, M. Fiske. j. Fiske, Mgr. G. King, Coach S. Ezzo itig one.
The girls* basketball team,
coached by Terri Rinehart, turned
in an impressive 12-11 overall
record. Losing only two players,
co-captains Karen Russell and Sue
Loso, the team hopes to improve
their win-loss record. The team won
their quarter-final game over Green
Mt, but were stopped in the
semi-finals by BFA.
The team was led by Reeny
Triller with 284 tallies while Kim
Goodrich and Karen Russell had
210 and 200,
R 1, E. Tilden, L, King, K, Russell, R. Triller, M. Curtis; R 2, Coach T,
Rinehart, C, Gray, M. Smith, K, Johnson, N, Smiel, K. Goodrich; missing S,
This year's basketball squad
under new coach Sherri Niles
finished with a 3-14 overall record.
Having such a small turnout in
players, Carol Gray and Nancy
Smiel floated between the varsity
and I.V. squads. Kim Sanborn and
Ingrid Grace led the team with
points while Judy Nelson displayed
R 1, C. Muzzy, J. Nelson, K.
Sanborn, N. Smiel; R 2, S. Niles, S,
Curtis, L. Clough, L Grace, C. Gray,
The I-V. boys, under a new eye,
Clayt Doty, turned in an even
record of 10 wins and 10 losses.
Al the West Rutland J.V.
tournament the team came in third,
losing to Mill River but beating 0,V.
in the consolation game.
R 1, C. Howland, L. Simon, S.
Stratton, C. King; R 2, B. Gilliam, D.
Triller, E. Supancic, M. Santoro;
missing, M, Horvath, E. Poljacik, S.
Fletcher, C. Hughes
The new athletic team this year was formed for all those freshmen
players who didn't see much J.V. action. Chris Howland led the team
offensively and defensively but was well backed by his team mates. Coach
Greg Curtis feels his team learned the basic skills and will be ready for
J.V. action next year.
R 1, D. Baccei, R. Barker, M. Taranovich, J. Miglorie; R 2, Coach G. Curtis,
C. Chapin, C. Howland: missing, D. Moore
This year’s cheerleaders were
tri'Captained by Dori Martinez, }ean
Simonds, and Trini Caceres. The peppy
squad showed their ambition by having
a pep rally before the field hockey and
soccer state finals. They participated in
the M.V.L. cheerleading competition
and gave it their best but unfortunately
Kneeling, D. Martinez, R. Mossey,
j. Simonds; standing, T. Caceres, L,
LaFrance, S. Reta. j. Curtis
The J.V. squad gave a great performance all season
without giving up on their team. The young spirited^rls
were co*captained by Laurie Mecier and Cathy Izzo. 'They
showed a lot of talent and enthusiasm during the season.
Top, C. Izzo; standing, L. Young, B. Pentkowski;
bottom, L. Mecier, B. Gosselin, S. Chamberlain: missing,
R 1. 1. Russell, R. Jalbert. B. Adams. K. Ratti. R. McPhee, E. Guyette, E. Poljacik:
R 2, Coach Mitchell. L. Simons. M. Fiske. D. Carter. M. Miglone. Z. Horvath. S.
Sule, K. Thompson, |. Fiske. j. Cook, Mgr., D. Lertola
The boys turned in a fine
season with their experienced
coach Wade Mitchell stand-
ing by. The team had a 12-8
record which took them to the
state finals. Proctor faced
rival West Rutland in a
heartbreaking game losing by
one run. Mike Fiske pitched
a no-hitter but a defensive
error lost the game. Despite
many offensive efforts Proc-
, tor was unable to hit against
West Rutland’s pitcher Tom
Standouts this year were
Kevin Ratti and Mike Fiske
who made the S.V.A.C. all-
star team. The loss of only two
seniors makes next season
look hopeful with the new
talent from the J.V. team.
The 1981 softball team under
second-year coach Lynn Johnson
turned in a very impressive league
record of 10-6.
The team, co-captained by Sue
Loso and Chris Cook, experienced
individual and team goals. They
beat B & B for the first time in any
sport in a long time.
Lisa King, an offensive stan-
dout* and Sue Loso* a defensive
standout, were named to the
S.V.A.C. all-opponent team.
The team will be losing five
seniors but upcoming J,V. players
look very promising.
R 1, C. Cook, S. Loso: R 2, K. Johnson, K. Goodrich. R. Triller, K. Benoit, S. Tilden;
R 3, Coach L. Johnson, K* Benoit, K. Blanchard, D. Blow, V. Dorr; Mgr. S. Chamberlain
The team was coached
by first-year coach Bruce
Gee. The team's record was
1-5, beating M.S*L and
losing some very close
games. They experienced
new situations and prac-
ticed skills in preparation
for future varsity action.
R 1, Nelson, K. San-
born, B. Pentkowski, A.
Seagren, J. Champine; R 2,
Coach B. Gee, S. Curtis, K.
Benoit, I. Grace, N. Smiel,
The I>V, team was an
ambitious crew which
ended with a 6-6 overall
record. Clayt Doty coached
the spirited team which
gained super experience.
Many players will be
brought up to varsity as
hopefuls for next season.
R 1, R. Hill. S. Stratton,
Miglorie; R 2, M. Clough,
M. Horvath, F. Goodrich, S.
Moran, C. Hughes, G. King;
R 3, M. Gravelle, B. Gil-
liam, P. Laskey, M. Santoro,
E. Supancic, S. Fletcher
This year's cross counlry
team was coached by new comer
Peter Oslerhoudt. The team start-
ed out strong with )eff Cook
winning the O.V., Mill
River match and coming in fifth
in the M.V.L. race which had 50
participants. Ellen Tilden and |oe
Saceric turned in fine perfor-
mances, but due to injuries the
team was unable to participate in
any further matches.
The 1981 golf team exper-
ienced a learning and rebuilding
year. The team was coached by
jim Wolynec who feels there are
some young people coming up
with a lot of talent.
This year’s team consisted of
)oe Saceric, David Baccei, Chris
King, Rob Mullin, Caroline Cur-
tis, Kevin Rantanen, Kim
Faulkner, Chuck Farrell, Chris
Barton, Rob Shackelford, and
The students at PHS are special people who
work together to form a unique school. The
smallness of the school gives those who want to
participate in school activities a greater chance to
do so. People who get involved and give to the
school will take more than a diploma with them
when they graduate.
Top, M. Gosselin. L. Young, S.
Tilden, C. [ones, M. Smiel, ].
Saceric; botlom, L, Fenton. N,
Tilden, N. Atwood. E* Tilden, S,
Tracy. B. Warren; missing. A, Jones.
Ted Pendleton. Director
One-Acts, Mill River
"From the Insane Asylum"
Becky Fenton. Director
First Annual Marble Valley
C. Jones, M. Smith, L. Fenton, J, Jones, M. Smiel, Advisor S. Milnes FRENCH CLUB
Sitting, D, Blow, K. Russell, K. Goodrich, L. Pilcher; standing, C. Izzo,
C. Curtis, J. Cook, K, Burgess, M. Clough, B. Gilliam, T, Chamberlain, L.
Beauchain, R. McPhee. K. Benoit, Advisor C. May
L-R. Front Row. K. Sanborn. N.
Atwood, M. Gosselin, P. Manning. C.
Farrell; R 2, L. Young. C. Curtis, K.
Clark. R. Mossey. P. Matusiak; R 3,
L Pilcher, T. Chamberland. V. Dorr,
D. Howland; R 4. C. lones. K.
McLaughin. P. Holmquist. K. Patch;
below, Director R. Coughenour
All New England
r^larlf Karen Patch
L-R. D. Howland, K. Clark, M. Kathy Cla
Freeborn; missing, K. Patch
L-R R 1, P. Holmquist, N.
Smiel, T. Chamberland, E. Tilden,
H. Crossman, N. Valente, M.
Rogers, I- Socinski, }. Cowans; R 2,
|. Miglorie, K. Clark, T, Racette, K,
Patch, C. jones; R 3. R. Austin, K,
McLaughlin, T. Felie, Mrs.
Coughenour, C. Gray, K. Benoit, K.
Sanborn, L. Pilcher
Above, L-R }. Stmonds, L. Young,
S. Reta, K. Blanchard. S. Tilden, C.
Cook, E. Soulia; missing. R. Mossey
L-R, R 1 A. Kugler, C. Moore, S.
Marceau. T. Mendenhall, C. Deyette;
R 2 D. Peters, S. Erickson; missing, T.
DRUM MAIORETTE, Marie Smith
R t, S. Curtis, ). Nelson;
R 2. A. Sargent. J. Jones, |.
D. Caceres, |. Fiske,
Proctor Free Ubrary
Proctor, Vermort 05765
New members. 1-R, K. Smith,
M. Gosselin, N. Atwood. E. Tilden,
C. Jones, M. Triller, K. Benoit, S.
Anderson. L. LaFrance, J. Bartlett, J.
Old members, A. Jasmin, M.
Fiske, M. Miglorie, R. Felie, C.
Catterton, J. Farnham, and L. Young
The Prom was sponsored by the
junior class for the first time in many
years. Last year’s queen, Ellie Socins-
ki, returned to crown Chri Cook. The
Queen’s Court consisted of senior
Kathy Rimsa, juniors Rose Mossey,
Lisa LaFrance, Shelley Wheeler,
sophomore Kim Goodrich, and fresh-
man Shauna Chamberlain. Ever>^one
on the Court was selected by the band
The Rhode Brothers.
The 1981 Winter Carnival was
more exciting for everyone as new
events were added to the day’s
schedule. The class of 1985 took top
honors with the highest number of
points in the Carnival. Lynn Pilcher
with her piano talent won first prize
in the talent show. All who
participated deserve credit for their
This year’s staff had quite a
few hard working members. Editor
was Karen Benoit and business
manager Marie Smith.
R 1, S. Wheeler, R. Mossey, C.
Deyette, G. Navarrete, K, Benoit,
Mrs. Vita, M. Smith, C. Catterton,
M. Smiel, P. Matusiak; R 2, K.
Blanchard, C. Curtis, I. Saceric, C.
Cota, K. Burgess, M, Curtis; R 3, L,
King, B. Warren, K. Goodrich, P.
Mendenhall, C. Bearor, F. Navar-
rete, A. I asm in.
The ’80-’81 editor was Cathy
Supancic and the business manager
Lynn Pilcher, The staff worked
together well with many active
people on the publication.
R 1, L. Young, K. Russell, C.
Supancic, C. Catterton, R. Felie; R
2, K. Goodrich, A. Jasmin, L.
Pilcher, F. Navarrete, N. Atwood, J.
Saceric; R 3, G. Navarrete, S.
Tilden, |. Russell, E. Supancic: R 4,
^ & I
R 1, W. Trombley, T. Caceres, R. Felie. R. Triller; R 2, K. Triller, S. Stratton,
L. Pilcher; R 3, M. Rogers, K. Sanborn. C. Gray, A. LaFrance; R 4, J. Nelson
The Student Council was led by
President Randee Felie, It sponsored the
annual blood drive again this year and
had a few student exchanges with schools
in the area. At Christmas time the Student
Council organized a skit contest that
benefited the classes who competed for
first, second, and third placed. The
Student Council worked very hard to give
their help to the student body and the
The Assembly Committee couldn’t
arrange very many assemblies because it
was short of funds. Three assemblies
included a fine wild life slide show,
Rosenshonts, and the Air Force band.
Even though it is small, Proctor High
School has a variety of courses from which
interested students can choose. The courses
encourage students to go to college or pursue
a career of their choice. The staff cares about
the students and tries to help them with
problems. Besides helping with school-
related problems, teachers and counselors
try to answer questions concerning the
students’ future and try to steer them in
directions to help them reach their goals.
FAMOUS LAST WORDS , , .
|‘A11 the Phantoms are phantastique!” Marilyn Caissy
"Life is a gift; live it to your advantage!” Sandy Milnes
‘Td like to wish the best to the class of 1981 and encourage
the undergraduates to make the most of their few remaining
years at P.H.S." Bob "A”
“Dans la classe de Francais un etudiant a beaucoup de
vocabulaire et beaucoup de dictees ! Quelle chance!”
MORE FAMOUS LAST WORDS . . .
"Small is beautiful if it helps us care more deeply,
share more freely and strive more honestly.” Roy Pilcher
"Smile — it makes the day brighter for everyone and
takes a minimum of effort." Pauline Vita
HOWARD ABRAHAMSON ROY PILCHER
^ath Physics/Mith/Drivers Ed.
Many changes took place this year, one
of which was the separation of the junior and
senior high school — a first at P.H.S. In the
upper corner of the building seventh and
eighth graders shared their school day with
their teachers and classmates, a move which
worked well for “big and little people” alike.
Look for more activities for the junior high in
Top» Todd Allard, )ulie Ander-
son; R 2 , Lisa Baccei, Kathryn Baker;
R 3, James Conway. Julie Cowans; R
4. Billy Crossman. Kim Faulkner; R 5,
Dan Gilliam, David Griffin; R 6, Shari
Hughes, Julie Jasmin; R 7. Colleen
Madigan. Mary Manning; R 8, Tracy
McAllister. Sheryl McCiillough. Jason
Mellen. ferry Miglorie; R 9. Curt
Moore. Brent Muzzy. David Rogers.
John Sargent; R 10. Susan Simonds.
Nancy Tilden, Kris Triller. Tommy
This year's 7th grade wasn't a
very ambitious group of kids- They
planned a Spring Dance for a fund
raiser, acquired a grand total of 5
points in the Winter Carnival, and
added $48 to their treasury from the
Candy Sale. How about a big shot of
school spirit from the 7th grade!
The eighth grade proved to be
an extremely active group. They put
on a dance for the incoming tuition
students and grades 7-9 and donat*
ed their time to the March of Dimes
Walk America fund raiser. Their
greatest achievement was winning
the first place cup in the Winter
Carnival They ended a year of
hard work with a three-day camp-
ing trip to Lake Dunmore.
Top. Patricia Anderson. Tina
Barker. Chris Barton; R 2. Shane
Farrell. Val Bishop, Dawn Clark; R
3, Stephanie Bertrand. Lisa Fenton,
Mike Finch; R 4. Karen Jalbert. Jana
Jones, Keith Knapp; R 5. Amy
LaFrance. Paul Lasky. Tammy
McAllister; R, 6. Mike McKinnell,
Bruce Muzzy, Ann Pentkowski; R 7,
Ted Perkins, Sharon Rider. Michele
Rogers; R 8, Julie Saceric, Susan
Sawtell. Robert Shackelford, Judy
Socinski, John Soulia; R 9. Sue
Steele, Mark Swahn. David Thorn-
ton. Sue Trach; R 10, Lisa Valente,
Beth Warren, Ronald Wood, Donna
The girls had a good season this year.
In field hockey they only had one loss,
ending with a 1-4-1 record. Basketball
was excellent as well with a 12-4 record.
The cheerleaders provided a lot of
support for the boys through good times
Kneeling, A. Pentkowski, M. Rogers;
R 2, J. Anderson. V. Bishop. S, Hughes,
S. Simonds, L. Baccei, T. Barker, A.
LaFrance, D. Clark; R 3, Coach Blair, S.
Tracy, N. Tilden. K. Faulkner, B. Warren,
b Jasmin, L. Valente, K. Triller, K. |albert
Above, sitting, S. Rider, C. McCul-
iough, J. Anderson, V. Bishop, T. Barker;
R 2, Coach Orvis, K. J albert, L. Valente,
S- Tracy, S. Bertrand, A. Pentkowski; R 3,
L. Fenton, B. Warren, J. Cowans, K.
Below, standing, C. Madigan, A.
LaFrance, M. Rogers, S. Steele; R 2, S.
Hughes, S. Simonds, L. Baccei
The boys had an “ok" season this
year. In soccer they had a record of 6-4.
Basketball was another story. The team
ended with a 5-8 record. With a bit more
practice they will be ready to move onto
the high school teams.
Sitting. D. Rogers, D. Gilliam, J,
Soulia, K. Knapp, J. Melen; kneeling, j.
Miglorie, C, Moore, P. Lasky, T. Valach;
standing, T. Allard, R. Shackelford, C,
* 5 ^
1 ^134 ;i
1 *1 \ / J
Sitting, C. Moore, D. Rogers, M. Swahn, ]. Soulia, D. Thornton; R 2,
D. Gilliam, ]. Miglorie, C. Barton, S, Alexander, P. Lasky, B. Muzzy; R 3,
R. Woods. T, Allard, R. Shackelford, }. Melen
JUNIOR HIGH MUSIC
Sitting, 1-r, L. Fenton, Bishop, ]> Miglorie, M. Rogers, T. Allard, ]. Scx^inski,
D, Griffin, ]. Cowans, S, Tracy; standing, A. Pentkowski, D, Gilliam, Mrs.
Coughenour, A. LaFrance, B. Warren
This year many changes took place.
One was the separation of the junior
and senior high activities. This split
affected the music department as well
as other departments. Many people
thought that the junior high didn’t
contribute much to the band and
chorus, but they sure did as they proved
this year. They will be an asset to the
senior music program in the future.
BoRom, L. Baccei. K* Triller, C, Madigan, S. Betrand. S. Simons, B. Muzzy,
R 2. J, Socinski, A. Pentkowski, M. Rogers, A, LaFrance, S. McCullough, V, Bishop;
R 3, [. Cowans, ]. Jasmin, P. Anderson, L. Valente, K. Jalbert, T, Barker; R 4,
K, feker, L. Fenton, B. Warren, T. McAllister
THUS ENDS OUR STORY
. . . ANOTHER YEAR
. . . ANOTHER TALE
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