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Classmate Updates

 

John C. Dodds

Partner

John C. Dodds brings the perspective of a former federal prosecutor to his defense of individuals and organizations targeted in government investigations and related litigation. A fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, Jack also conducts internal investigations and represents clients in white collar matters, qui tam cases, and other litigation involving claims of fraud and abuse. His representation spans industry sectors, including the pharmaceutical, medical device, and financial services industries.

john.dodds@morganlewis.com

1701 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2921
United States

https://www.morganlewis.com/bios/jdodds

john.dodds@morganlewis.com

Philadelphia

1701 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2921
United States

Phone

+1.215.963.4942

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john.dodds@morganlewis.com

Philadelphia

1701 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2921
United States

Phone

+1.215.963.4942

- See more at: https://www.morganlewis.com/bios/jdodds#sthash.Z2p0Guxx.dpuf

John C. Dodds

Partner

John C. Dodds brings the perspective of a former federal prosecutor to his defense of individuals and organizations targeted in government investigations and related litigation. A fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, Jack also conducts internal investigations and represents clients in white collar matters, qui tam cases, and other litigation involving claims of fraud and abuse. His representation spans industry sectors, including the pharmaceutical, medical device, and financial services industries.

- See more at: https://www.morganlewis.com/bios/jdodds#sthash.Z2p0Guxx.dpuf

Gregory L. Verdine

Erving Professor of Chemistry

Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology

Harvard University

12 Oxford Street

Cambridge, MA 02138 USA

gregory_verdine@harvard.edu

Greg L. Verdine, PhD

Erving Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University and Harvard Medical School

 

Gregory Verdine is a pioneer in the field of chemical biology, a serial biotech entrepreneur and a life science venture capitalist.  In an independent academic career at Harvard University and Harvard Medical School spanning nearly 3 decades, he has elucidated the molecular mechanism of epigenetic DNA methylation and the pathways by which certain genotoxic forms of DNA damage are surveilled in and eradicated from the genome.  He is a leading figure in the field of new therapeutic modalities, and has developed a new class of therapeutics termed stapled peptides, which are currently in clinical development and have received much attention for their ability to drug targets previously considered “undruggable”.  Dr. Verdine is Erving Professor of Chemistry in the Departments of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, and Molecular and Cellular Biology.  

 

Dr. Verdine has made important contributions in the translation of bench science to the bedside.  He has founded or co-founded a number of successful biotechnology companies, including Enanta Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq ENTA), Gloucester Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Celgene), Tokai Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq TKAI), WaVe Life Sciences (Nasdaq WVE), Eleven Biotherapeutics (Nasdaq EBIO), Warp Drive Bio, Aileron Therapeutics, and FogPharma.  To date, these companies have succeeded in gaining FDA approval for two drugs, romidepsin (Gloucester/Celgene) and paritaprevir (Enanta/AbbVie).  He has also worked in the venture capital industry as a Venture Partner with Apple Tree Partners, Third Rock Ventures, and WuXi Healthcare Ventures, and as a Special Advisor to Texas Pacific Group. He co-founded and served as the founding President of the non-profit Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute and Gloucester Biotechnology Academy, for which he continues to serve as Director.  

 

Dr. Verdine is Chairman of the Board of Directors of WaVe Life Sciences, and is a Director of Warp Drive Bio, for which he also Chairs the company’s Scientific Advisory Board.   He is currently President and CEO of FogPharma, a biotechnology company focused on a transformative drug discovery platform based on Cell-Penetrating Miniproteins.  Dr. Verdine serves on the Board of Scientific Consultants of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Research Institute and on the Board of Scientific Advisors of the National Cancer Institute.

 

Dr. Verdine holds a PhD in chemistry from Columbia University, a B.S. in chemistry from St. Joseph’s University, and served as an NIH postdoctoral fellow in molecular biology at MIT and Harvard Medical School.  He has won numerous prestigious awards, including most recently the AACR Award for Excellence in Chemistry in Cancer Research, and the Nobel Laureate Signature Award.  

APRIL WENIG
BARBARA DEAN
BARBARA KANCY KING
BARBARA RANDO MARSINI
BESSIE SACCO VARSALONA
BOB BEMBRY
CECELIA BRENNAN
JIM AND CHRIS GOODWIN
CINDY KISSICK HOPLER
CINDY LODOVICO HAMER
DEAN DOYLE
DEBRA POLEY SCHMIDT
DIANA FARINELLI
DONNA DEVER
DANNY BRYZGORNIA
DONNA MCGLYNN
EILEEN PETERSON DIPASQUALE
CINDY LEE FORSLUND
JEANINE ZONA WESTCOTT
JIMMY CONNELLY
JIMMY GERETY
JOE AILES
JOE NANFARA AND JOE TOTORO
JOANN RONGIONE GALLAGHER
KATIE HAUGAN
KATE STANTON KARINS
LISA SPENCER
LORI MANGANO
LORI SINCERE FIDUCCIA
MARYANN MCELROY KINGHORN
MARY RULEY MOYER
Madeline Florence Arargil
MICHELE IRELAND  BISHOP
MICHAEL CLEMENTE
MIKE MCDEVITT
MIKE SMITH
PAT DALTON BIRKBECK
PAT SCHILLING REALE
PATTY LILLESAND
MARIA BARANSKI
SANDY SCHENK CAIN
SEAN WALSH
TERRY OWEN PALMER
TERRY PRENDERGAST
THE TERRY'S ;)
TONI COSMI KARPA
TUCKER MOONEY
VICKI KERSHNER O'DONOVAN
AMY STEPHANIK
STACCE KUGEL ROMEO
MARIA RICCIARDI NAKESHIAN
WENDY SMITH SCHULMAN
 
JOANN MCGINTY SNOOK   Joann McGinty Snook      
     
Rick Gillespie      
     
Maryann McElroy Kinghorn, Tracy Walsh Boswell, Patty Gerstel, Patti Schilling Reale, Bill Walsh      
     
Maria Ricciardi Nakeshian      
     
Wendy Smith Schulman      
     
JOe Wilkins      
     
Most of us...some children are missing...      
     
Maryann McElroy Kinghorn, Donna Previti Moglia, Ilene Thierman Reich, Carol Lornzi Gitto, Stacee Kugel Romeo, Tracy Walsh Boswell, Melissa Hunt Nienstedt      
     
Toni Cosmi      
     
Tina Christopher Hoff      
     
Terri Brown      
     
Paul Hahn      
     
Patty Lillesand      
     
Remember these girls?      
     
Nick Talvaccia      
     
Mike Smith      
     
Mike Scull      
     
Mike McDevitt      
     
Mike Clemente      
     
Michele Price Franco      
     
     
Maria Baranski and Chris Allen      
     
Madeline Florence Arargil      
     
     
Kathleen Burke Regan      
     
Kate Stanton Karins      
     
JOann Rongione Gallagher      
     
Jeff Shaud      
     
Jeannine Zona Wescoat      
     
Eileen Peterson DiPasquale      
     
Debra Poley Schmidt      
     
Debbannette Ryan-Williams      
     
Cindy Lodovico Hamer      
     
Cindy Forslund      
     
Chris Dwyer      
     
Jim, Timmy and Chris Goodwin      
     
Carla Yarborough Watts      
     
Bob Loftus      
     

Meghan Birkbeck (Pat Dalton's daughter) rows at Ohio State University. They were national champions! They claimed their first NCAA team title this year. Go Meg! 

     

Joe Aile's handsome son! 

     

Joe's foursome took 1st place at this years Fathers Club Tournament.

What a great day and a great turn out!

Joe's son, Drew, Joe, Mike Fox and Charlie Barksdale

     

Dean Doyle: Ran my first half-marathon in AC today. TIme- 2:15 minutes; finished 69th (gotta love that number) in my age group..Feeling good today, lets see how i feel tomorrow.

     

Remember Michele Sirgany? She is talented! Check out this picture! 

     

Remember Greg Verdine? Check out the Verdine Lab at Harvard!

http://www.scrb.harvard.edu/lab/646/home

     

Remember Bob Bembry?

     

Congrats to Gene Allen -Sportsman of the year!

     
Donna is daring! :)
Can you believe Bessie and her handsome men are Giants fans?
Maryann and her girls...2013
Cindy, Lisa and Debbie at the 2010 reunion. :)
Diane Farinelli got married! Do you know any of our classmates in this picture? 

 

Updates 7-15-13 

Barbara Kancy King
Debbie Geary Smedile
Deborah Nash
Diane Peterson Francesco and her children
Kate Haugan
Kim Welch Deppe
Lucy Eccles Weber and Linda Leacott Berard
Mark Hanlon
Mary Moyer (left) at the Brigantine Community Center
Michael Markowitz
Patty Lillesand (left-third from front) at ther grandson Bentley's baptism with three generations.
Sand in my Shoes: It's not fun sharing your name with an infamous super storm

Sandy Schenck Cain

Posted: Saturday, January 12, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 9:29 pm, Fri Jan 11, 2013.

At first, Sandy Cain's friends joked with her a bit about the storm that shared her name - and was on its way to her home.

"They were saying, 'Oh, you'll do anything for a little name-recognition,'" says Cain, who, as Hurricane Sandy made its sudden approach here in late October, was making her first foray into a field in which name-recogntion is a prized commodity: She was running for City Council in her hometown, Absecon.

And Cain admits she even got a smile herself out of a storm that came bearing her name. But a few days later, nobody in South Jersey was smiling anymore about Hurricane Sandy, the worst storm to hit the region in 50 years - if not the most destructive storm in local history.

No, it isn't easy being named Sandy in South Jersey now, in a post-Sandy world.

Cain thought about that recently, when she found a concert T-shirt from one of her favorite musicians, Jimmy Buffett, and his 2006 tour. She likes the Buffett end of the shirt, but when she got it, she also enjoyed the fact that the back of it featured a list of that year's hurricane names - and Sandy was on that list.

"Then, it was cool - 'Oh, they're going to name a hurricane after me,'" says Cain, a teacher in Galloway Township. "But now, you still feel so bad with everything that's happened" in and after the storm.

Most of the spray-painted, plywood signs have come down - "Sandy go home" and "Go pound Sandy" and more - but that name can still draw a reaction in Sandy's path of destruction.

"Every Sandy is hearing stuff," says Sandy Denardis, of Little Egg Harbor Township, who has used that nickname for most of her life, which is "over 39 years" long now. "You know, the usual things, 'You're causing a lot of trouble. ...' They're teasing me."

Sandy Warren, of Atlantic City, also has gotten "lots of teasing. People say, 'Ah, you changed your ways. You got nasty.'"

She knows it's all in fun, and it's not enough to make her think about changing her name - or start to use her given name, Sandra, which also is the natural birth name of most female Sandys.

"The only time anybody calls me that is when it's somebody who doesn't know me - or my mother when she wanted to make a point," said Warren, who has 72 years of experience at being called Sandy.

Sandy Kahn, of Ventnor, also didn't think about any name changes - but she has noticed her name seemed hard for some people to say. Right after the storm, it even felt kind of odd for Kahn to introduce herself to anyone, especially after the answers she got from doing that.

"A couple of people called me 'Mrs. Kahn,' rather than use my name," says Kahn, who had "a bit" of damage herself in the storm, but knows she was lucky compared to a lot of people around South Jersey.

Bob Essl wasn't worried about offending any actual or potential customers of his restaurant, Essl's Dugout, when his wife, Sharon, directed a message to Sandy on the plywood they used to board up the popular breakfast-and-lunch restaurant.

"Sandy, no soup for you," the sign said, but Essl couldn't think of Sandys who would have seen it - except maybe his old friend, Sandy Valenti, of Galloway Township.

His restaurant did get flooded, as did a lot of its neighbors in the low-lying West Atlantic City section of Egg Harbor Township. But the Dugout was back in business quickly, thanks to floor drains that worked well, to days of help from loyal friends - and to windows that stayed whole behind wood, and that snarky Sandy sentiment.

Valenti, the mother of a former Essl's waitress, joked she feels "a little abused lately" as a Sandy, but said she actually hasn't heard much teasing about her name.

"But I find my head turning a lot, because I hear my name being mentioned so much," she added.

This newspaper's own archives can give an idea of how common a combination of letters Sandy has become in our local world lately. In 2011, that word appeared - in any context and any form; as name, adjective or otherwise - in 441 stories in The Press, or an average of about 1.2 per day. In 2012, the word showed up in 1,583 stories, or 4.3 per day. In the first 10 days of this young year, "Sandy" made it into 117 stories, or nearly a dozen each day.

"It certainly gives you more attention than you've had in 65 years," says Sandy McAfee, of Marmora, who adds her best friend since high school is another Sandy.

Her buddy's last name is Walter, she lives in Millville, and "we've both noticed that we've become very popular lately - but not in a good way," adds McAfee, who passed a few leftover Sandy-slamming signs on Ocean City's Boardwalk just last weekend.

And even if they have the start of a Sandy support group right there, McAfee - and every other local Sandy who talked about the name - doesn't see any need to start or join such a club.

Dr. Sandy Lieberman, an internal medicine specialist who lives in Egg Harbor Township and practices in Galloway Township, says he really hasn't heard much at all about his nickname from friends, or family, or anybody. And he figured he might.

"Sometimes people who don't know you will associate a name with something on television, some event or famous person," he said. "I was worried about that, but it hasn't happened."

The nickname's new notoriety also hasn't made him think of a logical switch - he could easily go by his given name, Alexander.

But, he realized, "If I didn't use Sandy, my real name could be the first (hurricane) this year," he said.

For the record, the actual leadoff name on the World Meteorological Organization's 2013 list of Atlantic hurricanes is Andrea. Given its history, Sandy will no doubt be formally removed from the rotating, six-year list later this year by the WMO.

Sandy Bosacco, the captain of the Stone Harbor Beach Patrol, says he also hasn't gotten much ribbing about his nickname. The only time he came close was when he was ordering a pizza the night before the storm hit - and got a strange reaction when he said his name was Sandy.

"You'd think there would be more of it," says Bosacco, a 30-year veteran lifeguard. "But it's almost like something people don't want to talk about. They don't find any humor in it."

Sandy Gingras, an artist who owns two stores on hard-hit Long Beach Island, has good reason not to find much to laugh at in the Sandy saga. Her home and one of the stores, in Surf City, "did just fine," she says. "The Beach Haven business was underwater - 42 inches. That's not so good. But we're rebuilding. We're making headway."

Gingras has some experience with intimate pieces of her life suddenly getting hijacked by negative associations.

"My birthday is Sept. 11," she says. "So that was my first glimmer," in 2001.

She still sees some signs around her home island inviting, or ordering, Sandy to stay away. She doesn't take them personally.

"I'm not paranoid," she said. "But we'll see what the next big disaster is. If it's my last name, I'll really feel like the universe is picking on me."

Sandy Cain can say with confidence even a post-Sandy world has no grudge against the current Sandys of the world. Or at least her hometown doesn't.

Just eight days after Hurricane Sandy hit South Jersey, the people of Absecon elected a political rookie named Sandy, handily, to represent them on City Council. Sandy won - despite all the name-recognition

Remember Gene Allen?

Coach Allen and the ACHS boys basketball team won a state championship last year..could it happen again?

atlanticcity state title


Ventnor, Margate, Somers Point have new inductees in HSHS Hall of Fame
Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 12:01 am | Updated: 2:59 pm, Tue Feb 5, 2013.

Nona Russo, Dennis Sher and Joseph Welsh all have strong ties to Holy Spirit High School, the Catholic school that prides itself on its academics, faith and service to others.

The Absecon school has inducted the three individuals into its 2012 Hall of Fame, based on their dedication to embodying the school's ideals, said Holy Spirit officials.

In the fourth annual Salute to the Spartans Bash, held Jan. 26 at the Carriage House in Galloway Township, about 230 people joined to celebrate the contributions of a teacher, a leader and a coach. The inductees also were recognized at an induction Mass at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Absecon in July 2012.

The inductees are voted on by a Hall of Fame committee, based on their post high school graduate accomplishments, from school spirit to community service, said Jay Connell, Holy Spirit High School assistant principal.

Ventnor resident Nona Russo, who passed away in 2010, taught English at the school from 1982 to 2002, as well as serving as a coach to the school's varsity cheerleading team for 15 years and Drama Club moderator for 10.

Her family, including her husband Albert and three sons A.J., Michael and Joseph - all HSHS graduates - attended the ceremony last week.

"She looked at the students and faculty of Holy Spirit as if it were an extended family of hers," A.J. Russo Jr., 49, of Ventnor said. "She cared for the students beyond just what they did in the classroom, almost to the point that she became like a surrogate mother to almost every student that she taught. Regardless of the situation, students felt that they could come and speak with her."

Former student and retired Cleveland Browns NFL football player, William Green was one of them. At the news of Russo's recognition, Green traveled home for the ceremony to visit the family, Russo Jr. said.

"She kind of took him under her wing," he said of the relationship between the student and Nona Russo.

Green, a resident of Atlantic City who was orphaned by age 12, went on to play college football at Boston College, eventually becoming a first-round pick into the 2002 NFL draft.

Inspired by Russo's good works, Green has since started a youth mentoring program, Russo Jr. said.

"It really lifted my dad's spirits (to see Green)," Russo Jr. added.

Somers Point resident Joseph Welsh '77, was honored for his commitment to the school's crew program, Connell said.

Throughout his 27 years of coaching both the girls and boys teams, Welsh successfully developed HSHS crew into a premier program, with two wins for his women's teams at the Henley Royal Regatta rowing championships and multiple state and national titles.

"A lot of the credit goes to the people that are around me," the retired Margate police officer said.

Welsh earned his spot as a premier rowing coach, after wearing a Holy Spirit uniform himself, winning two national championships, three Stotesbury championships and one world championship.

Being an alumnus and seeing his sons graduate from Holy Spirit - his daughter is a Spirit freshman - has made the honor all the more special, he said.

"To be honored by the school that you attended, (is) one thing," Welsh said. "But knowing that your work is appreciated I guess really is a great thing. You don't look for accolades."

Margate resident Dennis Sher was also among the inductees. In addition to sending eight children to the school - the last graduating in 2003 - the realtor and real estate appraiser spent 20 years as a member of the Holy Spirit Fathers Club, serving three years as its president.

In memory of his daughter, Sher also helped found the Mary Theresa Sher Foundation. Its annual golf outing has helped raise scholarship money for eighth-grade students who will attend Holy Spirit, Sher said.

"We still continue to give back to Holy Spirit," he said. "It's an honor for me and for my family as well."

Thanksgiving Game 2012

Ilene Thierman Reich and Maryann McElroy Kinghorn

Joe Ailes

Joe Nolan and Tracy Walsh Boswell

Joann Rongione Gallagher

Bob Mancinelli

John Boswell and Danny BryzGornia

Joe Ailes and his family
Jeff Shaud
Patty Kmietowicz Karver
Vickie Kershner O'Donovan
Mike Smith

Cindy Lodovico Hamer

Joe Ailes, son Mac


Cecelia Brennan :)
Jim and Chris Goodwin
Joe and Tess Garcia
Joe Nanfara
John Newcomer
lori Sincere
Madelyne Florence Arargil
Bobby Nakeshian (Maria Ricciardi's son)
Mike Scull
Toni Cosmi's grandaughter, Chloe
PICTURES OF 2012
BARBARA RANDO MARSINI AND HER FAMILY
BOB MANCINELLI AND HIS FAMILY
CECELIA BRENNAN AND HER GRANDDAUGHTER
CHRIS AND JIM GOODWIN AND FAMILY
LISA SPENCER AND CINDY KISSICK HOPLER ENJOYING SOME SUN
PAM AND CRAIG SMITH'S GRANDKIDS
DEAN DOYLE
DEBRA POLEY SCHMIDT AND HER FAMILY
JIMMY CONNELLY AND HIS SON
JOE GARCIA
KATHY MARTIN AND HER FAMILY
LOUISE FONTE

MADELINE FLORENCE ARARGIL AND HER FAMILY

MARIA RICCIARDI NAKESHIAN AND HER HUSBAND, BOB
MARYANN MCELROY KINGHORN'S GIRLS
MICHELLE IRELAND BISHOP
MICHELLE SIRGANY COLE
PAT DALTON BIRKBECKS GIRLS AND GRANDDAUGHTER
PAT LILLISANDS CHILDREN
SEAN WALSH
SHELBY HAIRSTON
STACEE KUGEL ROMEO IS IN THIS PICTURE...
TERRI POWELL BROWN AND HER DAUGHTER
PICTURE TAKEN BY TINA CHRISTOPHER HOFF :)
TONI COSMI KARPA'S GRANDDAUGHTER
TUCKER MOONEY AND HIS SON
DOES ANYONE SEE LOU CAPONE?

 

 

 

Who are these two guys?

She still looks the same. Cindy_______________________?

Senior Trip Picture :)

Remember these girls? (above and below)

 

An interview with Jimmy Connelly's son, Jim 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3O10LMCLeoQ&feature=share

 

Gene Allen is the head basketball coach at Atlantic City High School.

 

 

 

STILL Best buddies...Bessie and Toni...

 

Debra P...?

Can she really be our age? Kate_________?

 

Anyone remember "The Big Tone?"

Can you find Katie Haugan in this "team Haugan" picture?

April___________?

There are a few of us in this picture. Do you know how many of us are in here?

____________is very brave!

Who is this proud grandmom? (above and below)

Tina Christopher Huff took this picture on August 13, 2011.

Joe_______?

Caption under this picture: Life is too short..spend this beautiful day with the one you love. :) Go Marie!

The "Mac" girls rule. Where is Maryann?

Stacee and her beautiful family...

 

Remember Cookie Sandler?

http://boardwalkjournal.com/

http://www.steveandcookies.com/

 

Go Mare! HSHS Girls Basketball

Jack Dodds

http://www.morganlewis.com/bios/jdodds

 

Bob Bembry

http://vancelf.com/Robert_H.html

 

Greg Verdine

http://verdinelab.harvard.edu/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=6&id=29&Itemid=50

Mike McDevitt
Michelle Sirgany

Lucy Eccles

 

Bill Hughes

One of our classmates is in this picture. These are the Rockettes!

Hint...

Grew up in Absecon, Initials-MF

The Spartans Football Team are going to another state championship! They have a perfect record of 10-0 so far this season.
 
Holy Spirit will play a state Non-Public III championship game the weekend of Dec. 3-5 at a site to be determined against the winner of today's game between top-seeded St. Joseph Montvale and No. 3 DePaul Catholic.
 
Please contact Joe Ailes josephailes@yahoo.com if you would like to jump on one of the buses and go to the game to support the boys.
 
If you would like to read the article in the AC Press please click on the below link:
http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/sports_hs_football/article_f109ae6b-21e2-55d3-bea6-ad92b28e9aba.html
 

Did you know that Barbara Rando Marsini has her own cleaning business?

We provide a wide variety of professional cleaning services. SINCE 1994

Location:
7828 Ventnor Avenue
Margate City, NJ, 08402Phone:
marsini.cleaning@gmail.com (609)-823-8600
(Office) (609)-517-2030
(cell) (609)-823-8663
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Click on the below link to find out what Joann McGinty Snook's dad and brother have to do with the HBO series Boardwalk Empire.
 
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Remember Amy Stephanik?

 

She is a Yoga instructor.

Patti Schilling Reale thinks she is terrific!

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Remember Bessie Sacco Varsalona?

Then you must remember her brother, Ralph. (on the bottom) Doctor Ralph Sacco is now the President of the American Heart Association. CONGRATULATIONS TO RALPH...WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU!!!

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From the bow: Ed Rehill, Mike McDevitt, Bill Millar, Bill Baldwin, Bob White, Phil , Gunther, Ed Stinson, Tony Stepanski and Cox...Rory Roberts
Can you tell who the McDevitt's are?  

Absegami-Holy Spirit

Spirit won the highly-anticipated matchup 42-7.

Spirit's last touchdown, which came with about six minutes left in the fourth quarter and Spirit ahead 35-0. Quarterback Joe Sarnese threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Andrew DiPasquale.

DiPasquale played hurt and Friday was his last game. The senior receiver will undergo shoulder surgery this week, according to the coach.

"That's the last play that kid will ever play," Roman said. "Do you feel bad (for Absegami)? If you want to, but I feel great for Andrew DiPasquale. On the last play he'll ever play in football, he caught a touchdown."

Andrew (

 

Timmy Goodwin, the son of Jim Goodwin and Chris Hladun Goodwin.