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Message from the President

312 AD the persecutions had abated somewhat but Christianity was in no way an accepted religion in Rome. In October, the forces of the future emperor Constantine were arrayed for battle at the Milvian Bridge against the forces of Maxentius. It was there that Constantine had a vision of the cross and heard the words In hoc signo vinces ­ "In this sign you will conquer." Constantine had the symbol carried before him into battle, won the day, and eventually became sole emperor. As emperor he made Christianity a legal religion in the empire, called for the Council of Nicea, and eventually became a Christian himself. Christianity spread rapidly through the empire and quickly became the state religion. The Council of Nicea brought together bishops from throughout the world and laid the foundation for the Nicean Creed that we profess together at Mass on Sundays. When depicting the sign Constantine saw, some artists interpret it as a simple cross. Others interpret it as the Greek letter chi superimposed over the Greek letter rho. These letters are the first two letters in Christ's name in Greek and have become a familiar symbol of Christ over the centuries. Here at Holy Name one sees both interpretations. The plain cross is used on the front of the building, on our sign on the front lawn, and over the stage in the auditorium. The chi-rho is used on our school seal above the In Hoc Vinces motto. Either way the symbol is depicted, the meaning remains the same. The symbols point us to Christ. It is He who is our Savior and Lord. By embracing the cross, or more precisely, He whom it represents, we are saved. We can do this because Christ has conquered sin and death and in His victory is our hope that sin and death have no power over us. The cross, the symbol of Christ's passion and resurrection, is truly the sign through which we are able to conquer all that would keep us from eternal glory. The next time you see the cross think of Constantine who, so many centuries ago, looked to the sky and heard a voice deep within say "In Hoc Vinces." God Bless!

Dear Alumni and Friends: Symbols are an important part of the life of communities and schools have many that are integral to their identity. Here at Holy Name we have our school seal and emblazoned upon it is our motto In Hoc Vinces ­ In this you will conquer. But what does it mean and from where did it originate? The answer to those questions requires us to journey back through the mists of history to the fourth century A.D. in the Roman Empire. Christians had been sporadically and brutally persecuted by the Empire for over two hundred years. In

Rev. Robert Finlan President

The Mission of Holy Name High School is to provide a genuine Catholic Education for young men and women with opportunities to experience Academic Excellence in a Caring Community of Faith in order to develop the whole person who seeks to live the Gospel Values.

The Unsung Hero of Holy Name

On Sunday, May 21st, the administration, faculty, former faculty, and staff gathered to honor a Holy Name legend: Mr. Tom Dobroskey. An elegant reception was held in the Franco-Post auditorium to celebrate the memorable teaching career of such a wellrespected academic leader. Tom Dobroskey began his teaching career at Holy Name in 1965, the same year Holy Name opened its doors to the feeder parishes of the area. At that time, no one could have ever imagined what an impact this one person would have on the countless students who have passed through the doors of Holy Name. Mr. Dobroskey has served the school in numerous capacities throughout his 42 years at Holy Name. He began his career as a member of the English department, and became moderator of the school newspaper, "LaBaron." Before school, Tom spent countless hours keeping the AV department up and running for the faculty. He also knew the importance of fund raising for catholic schools, and organized a yearly "Happy Louie" polka party. Math teacher Pat Murphy remembers that these parties not only raised money, but they also created fun and served to build a great bond among the faculty members at that time. For the past 3 years, Tom has co-chaired the Middle States Committee for Accreditation. He and MaryAnn Buchanan spent countless hours planning, organizing and implementing ideas which will ensure the success of Holy Name well into the future. As the years continued at HN, Tom began to realize his real passion for teaching could be found in the Theology courses at HN. Tom became the Senior Theology teacher, taking on the responsibility of preparing seniors for their next phrase of life. Mr. Dobroskey imparted valuable morals and ideals to his students. He took his job seriously, acting justly and fairly, and encouraging his students to become thinkers and leaders. As Mr. Dobroskey strengthened his Theology curriculum, he also became the Student Council moderator. He led the students in a kind and gentle way, encouraging them to face their responsibilities as the leaders of the school. Whether organizing activities for Homecoming, Spirit Week or Catholic School's Week, Tom always stressed the importance of paying attention to even the smallest detail. It is because of his guidance and motivation that Holy Name's student government has evolved into a true leadership council. Since the birth of Holy Name, Tom's legacy has been one of intellect, consistency, and above all, Christianity. He has taken pride in all his accomplishments and has achieved success. Tom's departure will be like a "black hole" for the Holy Name community. We may be able to find someone to fill his position as a teacher, but it will be very difficult to find someone to fill his "place." Tom personifies the mission statement of Holy Name; he has provided a genuine Catholic Education for young men and women while striving to develop the whole person. He has provided thousands of students with the opportunity to experience academic excellence in his classroom, in a caring community of Faith. Tom lives the Gospel values each day of his life; he has been a stellar role model for his students, faculty, and staff of Holy Name. He is the pillar of the Holy Name community, our "unsung hero." We thank you for your 42 years of service, love and commitment to Holy Name High School.

Alumni Profiles Accounting from The 1960s Pennsylvania State University

in 1982. He is employed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Public Utility Commission located in Harrisburg, PA. The many activities he is involved in include coaching t-ball, girls soft ball, wood working, recreational scuba diving, electronic artifact recovery as well as member of the Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI) where he works as a staff member for York Diver's as a professional Dive Master. 1979-Marcia Kutzer Dumancas has recently returned from a tour in Balad, Iraq. She is currently employed as a full-time Minnesota Air National Guard member in Duluth, working in operations as the Aviation Resource Manager. She had served in the Air Force from 1979 to 1988 and had been stationed in Arkansas, South Carolina, and England. As a member of the National Guard she was stationed in Alaska, Idaho, Utah, Massachusetts, and is presently serving in Minnesota. Her husband,

Richard is retired from the Air Force. They have two children, Leilani, 18, and Joseph, 16.

1980s

1981-Allen Knop has been named supervisor of nursing administration for St. Joseph Medical Center. He will serve as night supervisor. Prior to his new position, Allen was administrative supervisor at Pottstown Medical Center. He is a graduate of DeSales University, formerly Allentown College of St. Francis DeSales. 1981-Steve Sroka is engaged to Tara Elliott of Bremerton, Washington. Tara graduated from Penn Manor High School and Ohio University where she received a bachelor's degree in informational graphics, page design and visual communications. She works for Kitsap Sun in Bremerton. Steve is a summa cum laude graduate of Alvernia College where he received a bachelor's degree in communications. He is employed by Visual Apex, Inc. in Bainbridge Island, Washington. 1983-Anthony Bondoch has recently moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and he is looking for Holy Name grads who live in the area. His e-mail is [email protected] rney.com. He is working for Smith Barney as a financial advisor.

1988-Amy Brungart married Kevin Johnson in a ceremony in Indian Shores, Florida. Amy is a graduate of Reading Area Community College, and she is employed by Apollo Pools, Inc. in Exeter Township. Her husband, who graduated from Central High School in Lacrosse, Wisconsin, served in the Marine Corps. He is employed by Videojet, Chicago. Amy and Kevin reside in Cumru Township.

See 1966 - Rich Wenrich

1990s

1990-Jarl Pietrobone and Jennifer Caputo were married in St. Ignatius Loyola Church by Msgr. James Treston. Jennifer is a graduate of Wilson High School and West Chester University. She is attending Alvernia College, and she is employed by the Wilson School District. Jarl is a graduate of Kutztown University, and he is employed by Mortgage America in Wyomissing. Jarl and Jennifer live in Spring Township. 1990-John Zuwiala and his wife, Heather, were featured in the Reading Eagle. They have recently opened the Haute Chocolate Café on Penn Avenue in West Reading. John was the former executive chef at Stella Restaurant in Wyomissing. The Café is not intended as a lunch or dinner spot, but as a place to go, relax, and have something chocolate. Good luck Heather and John.

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1966-Rich Wenrich lives in Anchorage Alaska and can be seen running in the Anchorage Marathon every year. See photo. If you have a Where in the world photo ­ please email us or send us a copy with you wearing your Holy Name gear and tell us where you are in the world and we will put it in the next newsletter.

1970s

1974-Dr. Theresa DeGeorge married Randy Haught on November 15, 2005. In January, 2006, Dr. Haught switched jobs and became the Superintendent of the Muhlenberg School District. 1977-Eric Jeschke is fifteen years happily married with three children and lives in Lewisberry, PA. Eric received his bachelor's degree in

See 1977 - Eric Jeschke

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Alumni Profiles

1993-Mary Jo Messina and Alec Steinmetz were married in Riviera Maya, Mexico. Mary Jo received her bachelor's degree in science from Edinboro University. She is employed by S & K Men's Store in Richmond. Her husband is a graduate of East Carolina University where he received a bachelor's degree in hospitality management. He works for Clear Channel Communications. Mary Jo and Alec reside in Richmond, Virginia. 1993-Shawn Potzinger has moved to Pembroke Pines, Florida. He is single and works as a radio announcer in Miami. 1994-Neil Vojtasek married Shelley Ann Johnson in Las Vegas. Shelley is a graduate of Governor Mifflin High School, and she is pursuing a degree in early childhood education at Reading Area Community College. She is employed by Savage Sales and Service in Sinking Spring. Neil received his degree in mechanical engineering from Penn State, Harrisburg. He works for Arrow International, Inc. in Wyomissing. Shelley and Neil live in Exeter Township. 1996-Thomas Harle and Tonya Reedy are engaged. Tom attended DeVry University in Philadelphia and has served in the Marine Corps. He is employed by Singer Corporation in Morgantown. Tonya, a graduate of Reading High School, attended Reading Area Community College, and she works for Sovereign Bank in Wyomissing. 1996-Allison Keiser and Kyle Corcoran were married in St. Margaret's Church by Father John Gibbons. Allison received her bachelor's degree in nursing and athletic training from West Chester University. She is employed by Bryn Mawr Hospital. Kyle, who is from Havertown in Delaware County, received his degree in mathematics from West Chester University. He is employed by the Norristown School District. Allison and Kyle reside in Havertown. Jessica Stout, Karen Yeasted, Karis Conner, Alsion Milanek Lehman, Tiffany Baer, and sister, Megan. 1998-John R. Post, Jr. received his bachelor's degree of science, liberal arts from West Virginia University in 2004. In 2005, he earned a master of science degree in international business/ marketing from St. Joseph's University. John serves on the Board of Directors for Winterhawk Energy Company in Denver, Co. and Post Precision Castings, Inc. in Strausstown, Pa. He is affiliated with World Trade Center of Greater PhiladelphiaCamden, NJ; and he is presently working for Wachovia Bancorp/Evergreen Investments in Malvern, Pa. Salon. Her husband is a graduate of Cape Hatteras High School and he served in the Navy. He is employed by First Energy. Randee and David live in Wyomissing. 1999-Tiffany Spotts married Brad Micale on October 15, 2005 at St. Ignatius Church during a Mass celebrated by Monsignor James Treston. The reception was held at Grill Fire Company, followed by a honeymoon trip to Jamaica. Tiffany graduated summa cum laude from Alvernia College in 2003 with a double major in marketing and management and a minor in communications. She is a Series 6 & 63 Licensed Investment Banker for M & T Bank in Womelsdorf. Her husband graduated from Conrad Weiser High School and is manager of the Wine & Spirits' Shoppe in Temple. Tiffany and Brad are the godparents for classmate, Tom and Erin Towle's new baby girl, Emily Margaret. Tiffany and Brad live in their new home in West Reading.

Alumni Profiles

2001-Jessica Landis is engaged to Ryan Kehl. Jessica is pursuing a degree in respiratory therapy at Reading Area Community College. Her fiancé is studying psychology at Kutztown University. 2002-Carol Arias was awarded a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. 2002-Daniel Chervanick has earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting and history from the University of Notre Dame. He will be a member of the Fighting Irish football team for another year as he pursues his master's degree. 2002-Shannon Nunan made the national dean's list for the third year in a row at Immaculata College and would like to credit Mr. Chel as her inspiration. Shannon is studying education and sociology at Immaculata. Her sister, Jen, class of 2001, is in her final year of graduate school at Villanova University. She received a full scholarship from Villanova to pursue her master's degree in marketing. She also received her undergraduate degree from Villanova in marketing, communications, and sociology. 2002-Heather Remley is an art studio major at Coastal Carolina University. She has been named vice president of Students Taking Active Responsibility. 2002-Andrew Wakefield was awarded a bachelor of arts degree in history from King's College in Wilkes-Barre. 2003-Andrew Dell received the Professor Clyde Harding Award for English and Communications. Andrew is entering his senior year at Albright College. 2003-Daniel Hetzel has been honored by the Programs Rooted in Developing Excellence office for academic excellence and community leadership. He is an aerospace engineering majoring at Syracuse University. 2003-Bryan Schuster is a junior at Penn State University majoring in journalism. He has been accepted into Kappa Tau Alpha honor society, which recognizes excellence in journalism. 2005-Bridget Dougherty is the goalie for the Immaculata field hockey team. She was named the team MVP at the end of her freshman year. 2005-Monika Hofmann is attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She has been accepted into the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society for accounting. 2005-Elizabeth Moult is an outside hitter for the Women's Volleyball Team at George Washington University. GW

Liz Moult '05 rises above the net for a monster spike.

plays in the Atlantic-10 Conference and had an overall record of 15-16. They were third in the conference. Liz competed in seven matches for George Washington this fall. The program is year round and the team competes in spring tournaments as well. Liz had a very good spring and looks forward to playing an important role for the team in the fall. Great job, Liz!!

REUNION INFORMATION

Class of 1976 October 28, 2006 Adrienne's Inn, Centre Ave. 7-11 PM RSVP by October 2, 2006 For more information, contact Anne Simmons Chubb at 610-678-3121 or email at [email protected] Class of 1981 For more information, contact Debbie Smith Ioannidi at 610-378-3003 or Lori Lis Bosshard at 610-670-4514. Class of 1986 November 24, 2006 For more information, contact Susan Rado Duddy at 610-372-5757 or email at [email protected] Class of 1991 For more information, contact Jessica Pendleton Else at [email protected] Class of 1996 For more information Nicole Forino Donahue at 610-670-6067 or email at [email protected] or Amanda Griesemer Aulenbach at 484-955-5990.

1998/1999-David Stahler and Jessica Sobotka are engaged. Jessica graduated from Millersville University with a degree in speech communication, and she is pursuing a master's degree in A gang of Holy Name grads together at secondary education at Amy Keeley's wedding shower. Kutztown University. David Front Row: Karis Conner '98, Allison Milanek Lehnman '98, Amy Keeley '98, received his degree in secondary education, Tiffany Baer '98, Megan Keeley '02 Back Row: Allison Zipf-Sobota '98, mathematics and physics from Jessica Stout '98, Karen Yeasted '99. Kutztown University. He works for the Fleetwood 1998-Amy Keeley will School District. become the bride of Brad Yocum on August 26, 2006. 1999-Randee Rick married This summer her classmates David Gaul in a ceremony surprised her with a wedding held in Las Vegas. Randee is a shower, "Hawaiian Style". graduate of Randy Rick Included in the celebration Beauty Academy, and she is were Allison Zipf-Sobota, employed by Icon Beauty

2000s

2001-Andrew Clauser graduated from West Chester University with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology. He works as a strength and conditioning coach. 2001-Onika Goodwin was awarded a bachelor's degree in sociology and Spanish from Rosemont College.

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Alumni Highlight: Dan Chervanick

winner, valedictorian, all-academic team member, all-league offensive tackle and defensive interior lineman, allcounty second-team offense and defense, named most ideal athlete, captain of the football team, editor of the school newspaper, District III Outstanding Student Athlete, and two letters in basketball. Dan was born July 5, 1983. His full name is Daniel Thomas Chervanick. He is the son of Tom and Cathy Chervanick. He has a brother, Mike, who played football at the University of Pittsburgh, and a sister, Marie, who played varsity field hockey at Lehigh University before transferring to Notre Dame where she is a sophomore enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business with a major in accounting. Holy Name High School is very proud of Dan's accomplishments.

CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE 2005-2006

All gifts listed were received by June 30, 2006. We apologize for any omissions or misspellings.

In Hoc Vinces Circle 2500+

Carl Davis Dr. Christopher Mancuso 1970 1986

Holy Name Circle

1000+

Robert Banco 1973 David Landau 1974 Parent/Parent of Alumni Peter & Maureen McKeone Gipprich 1976/1978 Parents of Alumni Susan McGlinn Mueller 1976 Michael Reimels 1993 Eric & Bianca Angstadt Parent Mr. & Mrs. Edward Collins Parent

Gold Wing Circle

500+

College football fans know that the center of the football universe is located in South Bend, Indiana, home of the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. Holy Name High School is fortunate to have one of its own football alumni playing for the Irish. Dan Chervanick, Valedictorian of the Class of 2002 and a senior at Notre Dame, began his football career with the Fighting Irish as a walk-on playing defensive line. His coaches recognized his work ethic and determination from the start and he slowly began earning more playing time. The 6-1, 255-pound Chervanick played in four games last season as a reserve defensive tackle and one game in 2004. He was moved to

offense in the spring and is listed as the third-team center in the Fighting Irish media guide. He graduated in May with a degree in accounting and

history with a 3.60 gradepoint average. He is enrolled in graduate studies. Dan's Holy Name highlights include being a three-year, two-way starter and letter

In Memory of Martha Coon Hitchcock 1967 Marty Boyer 1969 Deacon Michael Laroche 1971 J. Craig Tyl, D.M.D. 1971 In Memory of Robert Marcinkowski 1976 Timothy Yoder 1976 Donald and Lynn Bingaman Charlton 1983/1984

Charles Clauser 1977 Parent of Alumni Joseph Lord 1977 Vincent & Ann Russo Paolini 1977 Dr. Lisa Marie McCauley 1978 Michael Reagan 1978 Craig Sockel 1979 Gregory M. Shumaker 1980 Kevin Yoder 1981 Dennis Moore 1983 Ann McGlinn Work 1984 Michael Ruane 1985 John Wright 1985 (includes Matching Gift) Marga Ciabattoni Pirozzoli 1986 Christine McGlinn Auman 1987 Ashley Harriman Lloyd 1988 Christopher Palumbo 1988 William and Robin Hess 1989 Faculty, Alumni Eric Donahue 1992 Rev. Robert Finlan President Keith Laser Principal Patricia Murphy Faculty Mr. & Mrs. James Rogers Parent of Alumni Dr. & Mrs. Andrew Rowan Parent Mr. & Mrs. William Vath Parent of Alumni

Silver Wing Circle

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Dan earned a full athletic scholarship for the 2006-2007 school year.

John Byrne 1967 Dr. Richard Reddy 1968 Parent of Alumni John V. LaManna, MD 1969 Parent/Parent of Alumni The Bernardo Family: James & Theresa Caruso 1971 Matthew & Michael 1999 Stephen and Suzanne LaManna Kase 1971 Parent of Alumni David & Eileen Vath Franco 1972 Rev. Stanley Moczydlowski 1972 Timothy Lawlor 1973 Parent Dr. Edward Bigos 1974 Parent/Parent of Alumni Jon Simchick 1976

Bronze Wing Circle 100+

Kathleen Driscoll Herbein Donna Pierce Jerome Mary Ann Becker Blocher Alice Calabria Davis John & Kathy Prydybasz Moczydlowski Catherine Trexler Mary Ann Zanis Buchanan Parent of Alumni, Faculty Kathleen Cieniewicz Hause Parent of Alumni David Korczykowski Robert Rubright Marlene Chiarelli Actis Grande James Becker Mark Calabria Dominic Incollingo 1966 1967 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1970 1970

Anthony Maryniak 1970 Dennis Wieczorek 1970 Michael Bickford 1971 Timothy Born 1971 John Gula 1971 Neil Perate 1971 Cynthia Hiester Richards 1971 Diane Dewey Sarzynski 1971 Joanne Schaab 1971 Karl Wummer 1971 Catherine Pennypacker Bibbus1972 Jack Causa 1972 Richard & Denise Calvaresi Kosak 1972/1975 Louise Rick 1972 John & Eileen Koyste Price 1973 Karen Bowers Shellenhamer 1973 Mary Sue Hudock Gibson 1974 Theresa DeGeorge Haught, Ed.D. 1974 Joseph Periandi 1974 Steve Wagner 1974 Lawrence Wasser 1974 Denice Ferri Cannon 1975 Parent/Parent of Alumni Cynthia Kuzminski Castner 1975 Dr. Kenneth Higgins 1975 Jane Mooney Longacre 1975 (includes MG) Anne Simmons Chubb 1976 Jennie Bolotin 1977 Thomas Ciotti 1977 Elizabeth Horrigan Rathz 1977 Gary Wieczorek 1977 Robert Born 1978 Walter Mark Czaus 1978 Loretta Davis Hutchinson 1978 Brian & Kay McCoy Kelly 1978 Parent of Alumni Sandra Goldberg Lloyd 1978 David Rowan 1978 George Vogel 1978 John & Victoria Barrios Kase 1979 Josephine Sammataro Ligato 1979 Marie Cieniewicz Schweitzer 1979 Jerry Brenner 1981 Deborah Smith Ioannidi 1981 Matthew Kase 1981 Douglas Kubinak 1981 Judy Vath Meyer 1981 William Booth 1982

Mary Lou Buckley Duncan 1982 Edward McNelis 1982 John Rubright 1982 Joan Sherman Garza 1983 Maria Kozlowski Salvatore 1983 Todd Talarico 1983 Stephanie Rado Taormina 1983 Maureen Gallagher Fey 1984 Lauren Ashburn 1985 Elizabeth Kase Morelli 1985 Erin Donaldson 1985 James & Danielle Kline Fowler 1986/1987 Joseph Marasco 1986 Ann Marie Cucinotta Botch 1987 Michael Kuhn 1987 Tony & Nina Balistrere 1988 Beth Yoder Junikiewicz 1988 Joselle Rado 1988 Matthew Stitzel 1988 Ray & Holly Johnson 1989 Jacqueline Collini Hillman 1990 Dr. Lloyd M. Wolf, III 1990 Steve Shirk 1991 Michael O'Reilly 1992 (includes MG) Michelle Polinko Groff 1993 (includes MG) Lisa Forino 1995 John R. Post, Jr. 1998 David Stahler 1998 Thomas Dobroskey Faculty Alice & Dennis Einolf Faculty/Parent of Alumni Debbie & Rod Hannahoe Faculty The Appleton Family Parent Kathleen Buckley Parent of Alumni Robert & Doris Buehrer Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. Michael Duddy Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. Walter Gipprich Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. William Hess Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Hetzel Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Joyce Parent of Alumni

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CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE 2005-2006

Joseph & Kelly Lloyd Parent Bill & Beth Mastromarino Parent/Parent of Alumni Mrs. Carrie Naso Parent of Alumni Richard Pratt Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. John Schreffler Parent of Alumni Mr. & Mrs. Al Yoder Parent of Alumni The J.J. York Family Parent of Alumni Vincent Nally/Aramark Friend Mildred Schutte Friend Bishop Thomas J. Welsh Friend Mary Schorn 1971 Thomas & Elizabeth Fosnocht Dougherty 1972 Alumni Parent Susan Dutko Goodwin 1972 Nina Behen Heppe 1972 Walter LaSota 1972 Bridget McHale 1972 Judy Kozlowski Rubright 1972 Joseph York 1972 Richard Lord 1973 Michael Wummer 1973 Joseph Brady 1974 Bridget DePaul Cowell 1974 Susan Jagielski Klimkos 1974 Kevin Becker 1975 David Hohl 1975 Elizabeth Parisi Daly 1975 Parent of Alumni Anne Hafer Case 1976 Mary Lynn Ward Eckel 1976 Scott Hettinger 1976 Eileen Rearden 1976 Julie McMullen Cohen 1977 Mary Parker Craley 1977 Parent/Parent of Alumni Danelle Ciervo Parisi 1977 Parent Frances Price Proulx 1977 Jennifer Young Stout 1977 Parent of Alumni Dennis Westley 1977 Marguerite McDevitt Cambria 1978 Lori Larkin Pinto 1978 Joseph Walter 1978 Parent Thomas Zuccarini 1978 Michael Babula 1979 Thomas Bloom 1979 Lee Anne Gaspari Fura 1979 Kathleen Hanley Hamilton 1979 Michael Reddy 1979 Parent Miguel Rodriguez 1979 Lori Lis Bosshard 1981 Parent Diana Luzi DiGiamberardino 1981 Cheryl Duchynski Lentini 1981 David Materia 1981 Robert McClennan 1981

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Donna Botek Staff Michael Wildoner Faculty Walt & Mary Czaus Parent of Alumni Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Emkey Parent of Alumni James & Kathleen Hutchinson Parent The Thomas Penrice Family Parent of Alumni Dean Rentschler Joe and Judy Yeasted Parent of Alumni Michele Murphy Parent

CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE 2005-2006

Patricia Wiedemann Podziomek 1971 Cecilia Gross Rose 1971 Joseph Bickleman 1972 Regina Ceci Bierbower 1972 Kathleen Roland Leininger 1972 Susan Heaney Mantz 1972 Leon McDevitt 1972 Marian Konopelski Robidas 1972 Ann Gipprich Stufflet 1972 Jeanine Salinas Levy 1973 Ellen Kerper Martin 1973 Thomas & Teodora Richardson 1973/1978 Parent/Parent of Alumni Steven Talarico 1973 Shirl Sabalsi Yatron 1973 Terri Distasio 1974 Parent Louise Lombardo Fura 1975 Parent Sondra Ciabattoni Romano 1975 Parent of Alumni Robert Bauer 1976 Janet Slamon Covely 1976 Parent Neil Culp 1976 Parent of Alumni Joseph Shivers 1976 Parent of Alumni Joseph Schodowski, OSFS 1977 Carol Stavarski Emes 1978 Judith Reynolds Gehman 1978 Jeffrey Hoffman 1978 John O'Hayer 1978 Rosalie Rutter Snyder 1978 Michael Williams 1978 Philip Marabella 1979 Parent James and Barbara Antosy Nawa 1979 Kathleen Firth Rhein 1979 Mark Cichowicz 1980 Maria Nigrelli Dewald 1980 Marybeth Patti Mancias 1980 Eileen Walter Roth 1980 William Spohn 1980 Catherine Switay Stoudt 1980 Julie Graczyk Twiford 1980 Pamela Young Barr 1981 Julie Bowers Faust 1981 Colleen Kearns James Muller Enrico Premici David Braun Kathy Fowler Fernandes Christine Ziolkowski Hecker David Osiecki Joseph Slowik Lori Valentino Sheila Rehr Esposito Marilyn Sheirich Gozzo George Paul Joseph Rogosky Susan Arentz Stambaugh Monica Ruano Wenrich Anonymous Robin Kubinak Driskill Lori Birmingham Ferrari Michelle McLaughlin Heathershaw Michelle Yost Pachuilo Cathy Davis Shade Jennifer Emkey Gassaway Denise Cartin Jozwiak Fernando Scarpitti Edward Kuhn, III Joseph Loeper Cecilia Schodowski McClain Kimberly Taylor Dalius Mary Ward Kelly Sellari Yoder Karen Nelson Jozwiak Allison Arentz Maurer Michele Miller Solaroli Mark Williams Maria Costa Woytek Elizabeth Gibney Woytovich John and Stephanie Shumaker Kleiner Troy Price Stefanie Arthur Riegel Joseph Seltzer Elizabeth Eaman Clark Dennis Dominguez Dierdre Reid Fighera Andrew Thomas Nancilyn Brown Melissa Flannery Moyer Erin Eyrich Snyder Alexis Morrison Tara Jo Fasig Schlouch 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992

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Blue and White Circle 50+

Marianne Merlino Flemming 1966 Joseph Neri 1966 Michael & Jacqueline Koller Weber 1966/1969 Parent of Alumni Eleanor Severin Houck 1967 Rita Schauer Perez 1967 Virginia Davis Smith 1967 David Wagner 1967 John Behen 1968 Barbara Hess Hagan 1968 Parent of Alumni David T. & Kimberly Hettinger Jankowski 1968 Dennis Slafkovski 1968 Joseph & Eva Pondo Bocian 1969/1970 Francis Kelly 1969 Jacqueline Koller Weber 1969 Parent of Alumni Denise Duddy Mogel 1969 Douglas Seiders 1969 Joseph Stavarski 1969 Jean Bulcavage Treisbach 1969 Suzanne Koch Boylan 1970 Parent of Alumni Teresa Spina Friedman 1970 David Gemmell 1970 John McLin 1970 Deborah Milanek Cohen 1971 Gregory Guydish 1971 Stephen Hullinger 1971 Michael Moyer 1971 Paul Rearden 1971

Robert Shaner 1981 Carolyn Johnson DiFilippo 1982 Alison Hilton Genova 1982 Dominic Parisi 1982 Parent Donald Reber 1982 Michael & Terese Antosy Springer 1982/1981 Ann Shumaker Truffer 1982 Debra Donahue Bater 1983 Francine Ruano Claytor 1983 Christopher Kase 1983 John Kuczala 1983 Joan Sterley Wolfe 1983 John Czaus 1984 Gary Michalowski 1984 Edward Winters 1984 Dr. Paul Lafata 1987 Christine Pierantozzi Ramsey 1987 Christopher Strock 1987 Patrick Doyle 1988 Patrick Gordon 1988 Paul Kelly 1988 Muchael Yourkavitch 1988 Patrick Hozza 1989 William Tarapchak 1989 Christopher Vojtasek 1989 Jennifer Baumert 1990 Vincent Biancone 1990 Debbie Deeds Firestone 1990 Richard Hafer 1990 James Helms 1991 Jennifer Mizak Bechtel 1994 Teresa Lis Cunningham 1995 Mark Hermanovich 1995 Joseph McTish 1995 Karen Frangipane Simpson 1995 Amanda Griesemer Aulenbach 1996 Kristin Kramer 1996 Janine Polinko 1996 Michael Carr 1997 Kevin, Lisa, Colleen Ciabattoni 1997,1998,2002 Dominic Gallo 1997 Kristen Gallo Knudsen 1998 Jared Potteiger 1998 Allison Zipf Sobota 1998 Ryan Green 2000 James Hammer, Jr. 2004

Anita Gianotti Chiarelli Carrie Carr Foight Cara Pellegrini Greenhouse Steven Levan Christopher Pavlonnis Amy Vorgity Arnold Theresa Neve Gregory Emkey Kristen Voelker Overley Robert Pawlewicz Jessica Stout Stephen Emkey Anonymous Amy Keeley Erica Kase Andrew Clauser Natalie McDevitt Jillian Stout Joseph Bonanno Katie Poore John Buckley Daniel Craley Marybeth Langdon Matthew Stout Ashley Strause Lisa Yeasted Matthew Zuwiala Andrew Beaver Alexander Krick Maria Lopez CJ Mellon John Bankert Elaine Daly Lora Hoffman Stephanie Marmarou Leslie Olah Mr. & Mrs. John Arentz Parent of Alumni Margaret Fosnocht Beam Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zerbe Parent of Alumni Maria Sweeney Anne Plaskonas

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES OF RECENT GRADUATES

Albright College Alvernia College American University Arcadia University Arizona State University Bloomsburg University Boston College Boston University Bradley Academy of Visual Arts Bucknell University Carnegie Mellon University Catholic University of America Central Connecticut State Univ. Clarion University Coastal Carolina University Colgate University College of William and Mary College Misericordia Columbia University Columbus College Art & Design Delaware Valley College DeSales University Dickinson College Drexel University Duquesne University East Carolina University East Stroudsburg University Elizabethtown College Fairfield University Florida Gulf Coast University Fordham University Franciscan University Franklin & Marshall College Gannon University George Mason University Georgetown University George Washington University Georgia Institute of Technology

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Blue Jay Circle

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Theresa D'Attilio 1965 Anonymous 1965 Nancy Talarico Dimaria 1966 Mary Anne Kremp 1966 Linda Merlino Rozzi 1966 Laura Kosmoski Showers 1966 Harold & Suzanne Weber Lintz 1967/1968 Paul Marshall 1967 Ann Marie Murray 1967 John Rozum 1967 George Stofko 1967 Judith Harakel Welch 1967 Virginia Rick Durkin 1968 Regina Kremp Hauck 1968 Suzanne Weber Lintz 1968 Helen Wentzel Marshall 1968 Catherine York Reber 1968 Harry Reese 1968 Rev. Fred Byrne 1969 Susan Christy Drexler 1969 Frances Konopelski 1969 Paul Kreuzberger 1969 Dory Weber McKinney 1969 Marianne Labus Wildemann 1969 Barbara Naso Yusella 1969 Parent Mari King Luckenbill 1970 Eileen Valgus Serke 1970 Joyce Franckowiak Thompson 1970 Parent of Alumni Mary Woytek 1970 Alison Boltz 1971 Carla Himmelreich Gage 1971

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2006-2007 CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE

A donation today ... the power to impact many tomorrow! We are kicking off this year's fund in late October and will continue the tradition in years to come.

Why is the Circle of Excellence Annual Fund so important? Many individuals will benefit from the sacrifices and generosity of those who can help make us a better school. Please open your hearts and minds to the ideas of giving. What is the Annual Fund? It is a fund from donations of alumni, parents, and friends to Holy Name given on a yearly basis. These funds help Holy Name pay some of their daily expenses. Because the money is spent in the year that it is raised, it must be replenished annually. What does the Annual Fund buy? You can see your Annual Fund donations at work any where you look in our classrooms or on campus. · Financial Aid / Scholarships · Experienced Administration & Faculty · State-of-the-art technology · Religious / Retreat Programs · Updated Library · Modern classroom facilities · Exceptional Fine Arts & Music Departments · Competitive Athletics Your Annual Gift offers additional benefits: · A successful Annual Fund increases the strength and value of our school. · Your Annual Gift will help to keep our school competitive and on top. · The power of your one gift is vital to providing a quality education for an exceptional student. The amount I can give won't make a difference: Yes it will! Your gift combined with the gifts of many others make a big difference.

GRADUATION AWARDS HOLY NAME HIGH SCHOOL THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2006

The Valedictorian Award was given to the student with the highest general average over four years. The award was in the form of a plaque which read: "Valedictorian, Holy Name High School, 2005/2006" and was presented to Megan Reilly. The Salutatorian Award was given to the student with the second highest general average over four years. The award was in the form of a plaque which read: "Salutatorian, Holy Name High School, 2005/2006" and was presented to Jon Carifo. The Allentown Diocesan Holy Name Society Award and the Vincent J. Naso, Sr. Memorial Award were given to a student for sustained excellence in Theology for four years. This award was presented to Jon Carifo. The Dr. John J. Buckley Award was given to the student with the highest average in Mathematics over four years. It was presented to Jon Carifo. The Catholic Woman's Club of Berks County gave an award to two students who had served the school and their church by examples of faith and morals. This award was presented to Maria Lopez and Luis Gonzalez. St. Brendan's Division #1 of the Berks County Ancient Order of Hibernians gave an award to a student who will continue their education after high school. This award was presented to Sarah McCoy. The American Legion Award was given to two students who displayed courage, honor, leadership, and patriotism. This award was presented to Elyse Pagerly and Brittany Parisi. The American Association of University Women, Reading Branch Award was given to a young woman in recognition of exemplary scholastic achievement. This award was presented to Megan Reilly. The Richard J. Chelstowski Memorial Award was given to a student who has given outstanding service to Holy Name High School's Drama Department. This award was presented to Alex Krick. The Holy Name High School Alumni Award was given to a student or students who have given outstanding service and leadership to our school. This award was presented to Megan Migliore. The Holy Name High School P. T. O. Awards were given to a senior boy and girl who exemplified the qualities of service, spirit and loyalty to Holy Name High School. This award was presented to Eric Ciabbatoni and Rachel Mastromarino. The Berks County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame gives the Scholar Athlete Award in recognition of their excellence in the classroom and as athletes. This award was presented to Jon Carifo and Kelly Magrann. The Knights of Columbus, Pius IX Assembly Award was given to a student for leadership in both the classroom and in extracurricular activities. This award was presented to Katelyn Bruno. The Sister Alethia Memorial Award for Journalism was given to a student for their outstanding contribution to the yearbook or newspaper. This award was presented to Megan McGuirk. The Minerva Russell Art Award was given to a student for outstanding achievement in Art. This award was presented to Emilia Romanczuk. The Berks County Bankers Association Award was given to a student who had exhibited the greatest improvement in his or her grade point average from their Freshman to Senior year. This award was presented to Emily Zuwiala.

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES OF RECENT GRADUATES

Immaculata University Indiana University of Pa. James Madison University Johns Hopkins University Juniata College Kutztown University Lafayette College La Salle University Lehigh University Loyola College in Maryland Lycoming College Mansfield University Mary Washington College Millersville University Montgomery Area Comm. College Moravian College Mount St. Mary's College New York University North Carolina State University Northampton Comm. College Pennsylvania College of Technology Pennsylvania State Schreyer Honors College Pennsylvania State University Philadelphia University Providence College Reading Hospital School of Nursing Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rochester Institute of Technology Saint Louis University in Madrid Shepherd University Shippensburg University Slippery Rock University St. John's University St. Joseph's University Susquehanna University Swarthmore College

EVENTS AT HOLY NAME YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS

Friday, October 13, 2006 Extravaganza XXV "Simply the Best" For more information, call Deb LaManna at 610-374-1695. Friday, October 20, 2006 Hall of Fame Night 7:00 P.M. Football: Holy Name vs. Wyomissing For more information, call Bill Hess at 610-374-8361, ext. 20. Tuesday, November 14, 2006 Musical Revue: 7:00 P.M. Franco/Post Auditorium For more information call Barbara Griem at 610-374-8361. Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Girls' Basketball: Holy Name vs. Central Catholic 6:15 P.M. Tuesday, February 6, 2007 Boys' Basketball: Holy Name vs. Central Catholic 6:15 P.M. Friday/Saturday, March 30-31, 2007 Spring Production: "Fiddler on the Roof" 7:00 P.M. Franco/Post Auditorium For more information, contact Barbara Griem at 610-374-8361.

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GRADUATION AWARDS continued

The Caron Foundation presented the Richard J. Caron Scholarship Award in recognition of outstanding leadership and service to the school and the community. This award was presented to Cara Wallin. The Ronald J. Lombardo, Jr. Memorial Award was given to a student who exemplified excellence as both an athlete and as a scholar. This award was presented to Kelly McElroy. The Robert C. Wenrich Memorial Award was given to a student who had excelled in either Cross Country or Track and Field. This award was presented to Kelly McElroy. The Commonwealth Orthopedic Associates Award was given to a student who was an outstanding member of the Team Challenge. This award was presented to Stephen Christian. The Walter Czaus Family Award was given to a student who had exhibited dedication to school and had actively participated in varsity athletics. This award was presented to Margaret Rowan. The Reimels Family Children Award was given to a graduating Senior who will be majoring in the Sciences. This award was presented to Trevor Serine. The Reading-Berks Physical Therapy Scholar Athlete Award was given to a student pursuing a collegiate course of study in athletic training or physical therapy. This award was presented to Danielle Belfanti. The Reading & Berks Basketball Old-Timers Award was given to a senior on the basketball team who best exemplified the highest standards of leadership. This award was presented to Nick Rivera. The Berks County Football Coaches Association Award was given to a senior on the football team who best exemplified the highest standards of leadership. This award was presented to Mark Keeley. The Stephen Schaffer Memorial Scholarship Award was given to a student who will be majoring in Science or Mathematics during his or her college career. This award was presented to Andrew Corson. The Donald Sullivan Award was given to a student or students who exhibited potential for post-secondary achievement and honors. This award was presented to Tuyet Nguyen. The Joyce Boutros Award was given to a student who possessed the following characteristics: Caring, Courage, Honesty, Perseverance, Respect and Responsibility. This award was presented to Theresa Gillmor. The Travelers Protective Association presented the Altruism Award for the senior who displayed selfless concern for the welfare of others. This award was presented to Ashley Bonanno. The Joseph Michael Zigenfuss Memorial Scholarship was given to a senior who will be majoring in education or special education. This award was presented to Amanda Dingui. The Jerome and Thelma Staab Trust Award was given to two students who are entering a College or University to study in a mathrelated field. This award was presented to Noel Weidel and Nicholas Igusky. The Stizel Family presented the Mary Anne Stitzel Scholarship Award to a graduating senior who will be majoring in a registered nursing program and best exemplified the qualities of service, spirit, and loyalty to Holy Name High School. This award was presented to Katherine Hetzel. The following students were awarded plaques for outstanding service to the school through Student Council: Chairman of Activities Emily Zuwiala Secretary/Treasurer Caitlin Cammarano Vice-President Ha Nguyen President Megan Migliore The Berks County Cheerleading Coaches Association Award was awarded to a young woman in recognition of her dedication and commitment to the squad. This award was presented to Erin Bradshaw, Brittany Klemmer, Brittany Reedy and Caity Sofa. And lastly, certificates were awarded to the students in the top ten percent of the Class of 2006. In alphabetical order those students were: Katelyn Bruno, Juan Cajigas, Jon Carifo, Andrew Corson, Theresa Gillmor, Victoria Griffis, Kelly Magrann, Kelly McElroy, Tuyet Nguyen, Elyse Pagerly, Brittany Parisi, Megan Reilly and Candace Shobe. Financial scholarships awarded to the students of the Class of 2006 who will be attending college total in excess of 2.6 million dollars.

SPRING PRODUCTION OF OKLAHOMA

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES OF RECENT GRADUATES

Sweet Briar College Syracuse University Temple University The College of New Jersey Tulane University United States Air Force Academy United States Naval Academy University of Delaware University of Hartford University of Kentucky University of Maryland University of Massachusetts University of Notre Dame University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of Richmond University of the Sciences University of Scranton Villanova University Virginia Polytechnic Institute Wagner College Washington College West Chester University West Virginia University Wilkes University

SPRING 2007 PRODUCTION

"Fiddler on the Roof" MARCH 30-31 7:00 P.M. Franco/Post Auditorium

For more information, contact Barbara Griem at 610-374-8361.

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WINTER SPORTS

Holy Name High School is fortunate to have some special athletes that participate in sports that are not offered as a team sport by the school. Two of those athletes this past winter were Lindsay DuAime, who was a swimmer and Jon Bradshaw, a diver. Both athletes qualified for the District Championships. Jonathan had a very successful diving season, qualifying for both Districts and States and finishing with a Gold Medal in the District III meet. Many HN faithful are not aware of the fact that Holy Name students make up one of the best young Ice Hockey teams in the County. Holy Name Ice Hockey was founded during the 2001-2002 school year. This year's team finished second in the league. Holy Name Ice Hockey was represented by four seniors; Captain Adam Goss, Nick Igusky, Pat Schenk, and Eric Ciabattoni. On the hardwood, the boy's basketball team had another impressive year. Coach Lloyd Wolf's teams have always had a long standing tradition of excellence. This year was no different. The team finished their season with a 17-8 season. Lloyd coached his 1000th game as the Blue Jays head man. The Jays finished second in the division and advanced to the District III quarter finals. Sophmore Casey Casantini and Senior Nick Rivera earned All-Division honors and Matt Browna and Billy Stanton earned honorable mention all division. Senior Nick Rivera earned MVP honors. The varsity girl's basketball team won the Boyertown Holiday Tounament and Qualified for the District playoffs for the 34th consecutive year. Coached by former Holy Name Athletic Director Bobby Birmingham, the Jays continued to prove that they are among the elite programs in Berks County. Kelly Magrann was awarded MVP honors. seasons. This year's teams continued their rise to prominence by producing some dominating performances by both boys and girls in some of the biggest meets in Berks County. The boy's team was a force to be feared by opponents. With the likes of AllCounty and All-State sprinter Chris Muvdi tearing up the track, teams competing against Holy Name had no easy task. Muvdi lit up the stadium as he sprinted to a state championship while running on a sore hamstring. Andrew Gray broke the school record in the 1600 meter run and Patrick Buckley broke a school record in the 800 meter run. Chris Muvdi was the County Champion for the second year in a row by beating the entire left to right Chris Muvdi and Kelly Magrann 2006-2007 Most Outstanding Athletes and Kelly county in the 100 and 200 meter McElroy and Mark Keeley 2006-2007 Most Ideal Athletes events. Freshman Dan Ciabattoni showed incredible talent in the jumping events by finishing with a silver medal at the 77th The boy's Tennis team had a very good year. The team finished 11-4 and barely missed qualifying for the Berks County Playoffs. annual Shaner Meet at Wyomissing High School. On the girl's Two of the teams four losses were scored 4-3. All of our players side of the track, nine individual records and two relay records were broken this season. Kelly McElroy led the charge by setting competing in the BCIAA tournament played competitively with several eventually losing in close 3 set matches. Mark Keith and school records in the 400, 1600, and 3200 meter runs. Caitlyn Mitsuru Kakuda had county foe Wyomissing at match point for Blessing broke the 100 and 200 meter sprint records, while Hillary Monger reset her own records in the 100 and 300 meter a spot in the county doubles championship, but eventually lost hurdles. In the field, Brittany Klemmer broke the record in the in a tie breaker set. Mitsuru Kakuda earned MVP honors for the discuss and Madeline Horrigan reset her record in the pole vault. Jays. Kelly McElroy won the district championship at Shippensburg The Holy Name boy's Volleyball team had another successful University. MVP honors were awarded to Dan Ciabattoni, Chris season. Led by a strong contingent of seniors, the team finished Muvdi, Brittany Klemmer, and Kelly McElroy. the regular season in second place in the division with a record of 11-3 and qualified for the county playoffs. Several school records were established this season. Trevor Serine set a career record for digs with 1055. Nick Rivera set both single season records for blocks with 106 and a career record for blocks with 222. He also set a single season for aces with 75. MVP honors went to Nick Rivera. Our boy's and girl's track teams have established themselves as county, district, and state powerhouses over the past few All of the Holy Name athletes deserve recognition for their excellence on and off of the playing field. The students earning the top honors for the 2005-2006 school year were honored at the 34th annual athletic sports banquet held in the Franco/Post Auditorium. The schools Most Ideal Athletes were Kelly McElroy and Mark Keeley and the Most Outstanding Athletes of the year were Kelly Magrann and Chris Muvdi.

SPRING SPORTS

When the tarps were pulled off of the athletic fields in the Forino Sports Complex, one team in particular had something to prove. Coming off of a miserable 0-15 2005 campaign, the Varsity baseball team looked forward to silencing their critics and improving on their record. The 2006 baseball team entered this season with great optimism and high expectations. After last season, many felt that setting goals of making the County and District Playoffs were unrealistic. This team was made up of players who have a great work ethic and a true desire to help the Holy Name baseball program regain the respect that it earned in the 1990's when former Head Coach George Vogel took the team to two County Championship games in a four year span. Only a heartbreaking extra inning loss to Wyomissing in the final week of the season kept this team from reaching it's County playoff goal. This was a true testament to their hard work. Key wins over Daniel Boone, Kutztown, playoff bound Twin Valley and a must win over Central Catholic helped this team earn the respect they set out to obtain from the beginning of the year. The Jays qualified for the District III tournament and battled their opponent at Hershey High School like true warriors. Coach Tom Frees has begun to rebuild the ball club and will surely improve again next season when he sees 7 of his 9 starters return to the diamond. Anthony Furillo and Casey Casantini earned MVP honors. On the opposite side of the complex, the girl's Varsity Softball team has had their share of success over the past 12 seasons, qualifying for the Playoffs 10 of those 12 seasons and winning the Division title for the past 5 years. This season proved to be another chance to continue that tradition. With Senior pitcher Megan Migliore, senior infielder Allison Sterner, and Junior field general Lachen Hartz leading the way, the Blue Jays had all of the ingredients to have a successful season. The team was in a first place tie with one week left in the regular season and determined to win it's 6 straight division title. After a disappointing loss to rival Wyomissing, the 6th straight title was not meant to be. In the end, the team came away with great memories and lessons learned about competing in high school athletics. Marquerite Collins and Lachen Hartz earned MVP honors. Playing on the big stage that is the stadium field, under the lights was our girl's soccer team. Their 2006 season proved to be tremendous. The team was in the playoff hunt until the last week of the season. Posting big wins against rival Central Catholic, Brandywine Heights, Antietam, and Oley were just a few reasons to celebrate the team's accomplishments. They also had a huge win against Berks County powerhouse Kutztown. The girl's ended the season with a 7-6 league record and an 8-8 record overall. There were 10 different goal scorers and 12 girls who registered assists. They scored 33 goals and gave up only 27 while posting four shutouts. Freshman Lauren Mastromarino earned MVP honors.

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Extravaganza XXV "Simply the Best" links the past, the present, and looks to the future!!

This year's profile for our Extravaganza chairpersons takes us back to familiar faces, Lloyd and Gerry Wolf. Although both are retired, Lloyd from Holy Name and Gerry from Twin Valley, they remain active and involved with family, community and outside interests. Lloyd can be found swinging the club on the golf course, as well as, in his familiar role of boys' basketball coach here at HN. Gerry's interests include: spending time with her 4 beautiful granddaughters, cooking and traveling with friends. As the 25th anniversary of Extravaganza approached it was Lloyd who stepped up and asked if he and Gerry could chair this year's event. It is only fitting that he would like to once again assume the leadership role as he was instrumental in bringing the original concept to Holy Name in 1981. He had the vision and faith to believe that hard work, combined with community support, would result in financial success for Holy Name and a gala social event for Berks County. Lloyd and Gerry would like to thank all of the parents, volunteers and business participants who are the reasons this event has succeeded and continues to flourish. When asked to list some goals for this year's event both responded, "To make Extravaganza XXV the most successful event ever and to have fun renewing old acquaintances and making new friends." We, at Holy Name, welcome back Lloyd and Gerry Wolf and encourage each and everyone of you to somehow become involved in this tremendous event. You will enjoy the camaraderie, meeting new friends and the feeling that you have contributed to the on-going efforts to give our students a quality education.

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