Marshwood High School

Seated: Ari Hiller, Zachary Mittelmark, Sarah Mulcahey, Parker Towle, Sage Hiller
Standing: Deanna Demers, Elise Amioka, Ling Lin, Erin Carter, Emma Morrison

Top of the Class

Sarah Mulcahey, Valedictorian, is the daughter of Pam and Jude Mulcahey of South Berwick. Sarah has been a member of the varsity soccer and basketball teams since her sophomore year and captained both squads during her senior year. Sarah is also a member of the high school Interact Club and served on the Prom Committee her junior year. She has been an active member of the community, volunteering at youth basketball camps and at the local elementary school. She is President of the National Honor Society and Secretary of the Spanish National Honor Society. Sarah was the school's nominee for the Princeton Book Award and was awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. She has been the recipient of her high school's Geometry and Pre-Calculus awards as well as a three-time recipient of the school's Spanish Award and the Aimee Schramm Book Award. Her junior year, Sarah was the winner of her school's Trig Star Competition. Sarah was awarded the Coach's Award for her freshman soccer and basketball teams. She was selected as the Most Improved Player on the varsity basketball team her junior year and was voted as the player's choice recipient her senior year. Sarah has spent the last year working for Kelly's Row Catering Company at the Links at Outlook. Sarah will be attending Boston College in the fall as a biology major and also hopes to pursue a degree in Spanish. She plans on having a career in the field of medical research.

Elise Amioka, Salutatorian, the daughter of Janet and Allan Amioka of South Berwick, plans to attend Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, next fall. In high school, she played soccer and basketball, participated in student government, was a member of the French National Honor Society, and was the secretary of the Piscataqua Chapter of National Honor Society. At the end of her junior year she received the Women in Engineering Award for her school. Outside of school, she plays soccer for Seacoast United and is part of the Olympic Development Program Team for the state of Maine and the region. Additionally, she was the Gatorade Girls High School Soccer Player of the Year for the state of Maine, an Adidas/NSCAA All-New England Selection for two years, and Foster's Daily Democrat High School Girls Soccer Player of the Year her junior and senior years.

Erin Carter is the daughter of Donna and Michael Carter of South Berwick. As a student at Marshwood High School, Erin was a four year veteran of the math team, a member of the French Club, and was selected for membership in the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society. She was also a member of Marshwood's State Champion "We the People" team that competed at the national finals in April in Washington, D.C.

Active in music throughout her high school years, Erin played clarinet for four years in concert band and saxophone for four years in the jazz ensemble and marching band. She played mallets in Marshwood's Winter percussion line for four years, performed in the school's woodwind ensemble and was a familiar face in the pit orchestra for musical productions. She was the upper winds captain for two years with the marching band, clarinet section leader for two years in concert band, and was inducted into Modern Music Masters (Tri-M), the national music honor society, as a sophomore, serving as president her senior year. Selected for Maine District One Honors Concert Band four times, she twice served as concert mistress. She was a three-time participant in the Maine All-State Honors Band as well. Erin has also received invitations to perform in the UMASS-Amherst Honors Concert Band with Macy's Great American Marching Band.

Having achieved high honors recognition nearly every quarter, Erin received the freshman Band Award, the Biology Department Award, the Aimee Schramm Book Award, and the Smith College Book Award. She has accepted a full tuition scholarship to the University of Maine and a place in the Honors College there, where she plans to double major in biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology while continuing to pursue her interest in music.

Parker William Towle is the son of Patrisha and Frederick Towle of South Berwick. He has played soccer and tennis for four years, and is the captain of the tennis team this year. He is also the captain of the math team, Vice President of Marshwood's chapter of the National Honor Society, and an Executive Board Member of the Marshwood Student Government.

Parker is the proud recipient of the National Merit Corporate Scholarship sponsored by Liberty Mutual, the George Mitchell Scholarship, Osher Honors Scholarship, Robert Byrd Honors Scholarship and was named a Semi-Finalist by the U.S. Department of Education as part of the Presidential Scholars Program. He will continue his position as a tennis instructor this summer. In his free time, Parker enjoys reading, writing short stories and poetry, filmmaking, and spending time with family and friends.

This fall Parker will attend Bowdoin College, where he plans to major in English or Government and Legal Studies and minor in Film Studies.

Sage Hiller is the son of Marc and Karen Hiller of South Berwick. As a student at Marshwood High School, Sage has been involved with the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, student government, math team, yearbook committee, and Interact Club. He has also been a member of the tennis team since freshman year, and served as co-captain throughout this past season. Sage was the recipient of the Dartmouth College Book Award in 2008 and the Aimee Schramm Book Award in 2006, and has received numerous high honor awards for his effort and hard work throughout high school. During his sophomore year he was also selected to represent Marshwood at the Maine Youth Leadership seminar. Aside from his academic performances at Marshwood, Sage has proudly worked at Dunkin' Donuts and has helped as a teacher aide at Temple Israel of Dover since 2005 up until the present. Since 2004, he has also volunteered at the Dover Friendly Soup Kitchen as part of his continual effort to give back to the community. Sage plans to attend the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, next fall, to pursue a degree in atmospheric sciences with a possible minor in business or finance. He wishes his twin brother Ari the best of luck during his future college experiences.

Zachary Mittelmark is the son of Priscilla and Martin Mittelmark of South Berwick. He is a member of the National Spanish Honor Society, yearbook staff, varsity golf and tennis teams. Zach is a scholar athlete who has made the All Academic Golf team and the All Conference Golf Team for the state of Maine. He has received high honors throughout his entire high school career. Outside of school Zach enjoys playing golf, tennis, and hanging out with friends. Zach is planning to attend Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, next fall. He plans to pursue a degree in the field of finance and entrepreneurial studies.

Ling Lin is the daughter of Mei Lian and Thomas Lin of South Berwick. She has received honors or high honors recognition every quarter of her high school career, and has won numerous awards for her proficiency in Spanish.

Ling has been a member of the yearbook staff, serving as editor her senior year. She also has been a member of the Interact Club, and has been inducted into the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society.

Ling will attend the University of New Hampshire this fall, where she plans on majoring in business.

Emma Morrison is the daughter of Elizabeth and Troy Morrison of South Berwick. During her high school career she was starting goalie and captain of the Marshwood varsity field hockey team, and also played both softball and lacrosse. Emma also enjoyed musical theater, in which she participated each spring by being cast in the spring musicals. In addition she was a member and historian of the Marshwood Interact Club and the treasurer of National Honor Society. Emma attended Dirigo Girls State in 2008 as the female representative from Marshwood. During the 2008 field hockey season she was also on the SMAA All-Star Second team, the SMAA All-Academic first team, and was named the Marshwood field hockey MVP. In addition to playing sports, Emma has also enjoyed being a part of the Little Hat Company which is based in South Berwick. Next year she will be attending the University of Maine in Orono with an undecided major in the Honors College.

Ari Hiller son of Karen and Marc Hiller of South Berwick. Received the high honor award all four years at Marshwood and was a member of both the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. His effort extends beyond the classroom and into his extracurricular activities. He is a member of the MHS junior varsity/varsity tennis team, student government, math team, yearbook committee, and the Interact Club and works his hardest to achieve his best in any situation. In addition to balancing two jobs, one at a local Dunkin' Donuts and the other a teacher's assistant at the Temple Israel of Dover, NH, Ari also takes part in several community service activities. Ari received the honor of being chosen as a school representative to participate in the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar in his sophomore year and has also been awarded the Williams College Book Award during his junior hear in high school. This coming fall, Ari plans to attend Schreyer Honors College at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania, and intends to major in business with a possible future career in marketing or finance. He hopes that his brother Sage enjoys his college life to the fullest.

Deanna F. Demers is the daughter of Donald Demers and Francesca Mastrangelo of Eliot. As a student at Marshwood High School, she was involved in National Honor Society, Interact Club and Natural Helpers. She is also a class officer. She played varsity lacrosse all four years and was captain her senior year. Deanna received the Freshman History award as well as the French I award and the Art award. She has also received multiple lacrosse awards including SMAA Rookie and SMAA Team 2 as well as making the Dream Team. She was also selected for a regional lacrosse team. She played in a national tournament against teams from all over the country. This fall Deanna plans on attending Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, where she will study to be an interior designer.

Additional Honor Graduates maintaining a four-year average of 90% or better include
Erin Augulewicz, Stephen Baillargeon, Megan Bates, Kyla Blanchette, Julia Bousquet, Christopher Bowen, Cassidy Carter, Alexandra Claus, Katelyn Connolly, Siobhan Cusack, Kari Dicecco, Timothy Dubay, Daniel Dwyer, Shannon Emmons, Cara Evans, Chelsea Folger, Brooke Hockney, Tyler Hotte, Kathleen Janakis, Sarah Kent, Frank Knowlton, Manuel Labbe, Krystal Martin, Candice Metcalf, Marc Michaud, Rayna Pappas, Katherine Patstone, Rachel Purgiel, Alyssa Rainey, Megan Raynes, Emma Rudolph, Kimberly Samuels, Maria Sedler, Richard Smith, Dominic Strada, Lily Sullivan, Michelle Tabler, Timothy Tiebout, Morgan Tromblee, Hannah Waldron, Aubrey Webster, Stephanie Wells, Tyler White, Michelle Williams


Yearbook Dedication : John Sullivan, former Groundskeeper and Ellen McGregor, Retired Math Teacher.

Math Award : Sarah Mulcahey

M.A.S.K. (My Attitude Saves Kids) : Krystal Martin, Cara Evans, Chelsea Folger, Aubrey Webster and Julia Bousquet

Leadership & Resiliency Program : Nathan Jones and David Rubinoff

Career Technical Honor Graduate Awards: Shawna Boesch, Kyla Blanchette, Cassidy Carter, Colby Clyburn, Korey Hussey, Allison Jardine, Alison Procaccini, Ashlin Sargent Library Award: Molly Hamm

Art Awards: Permanent Collection Art Piece - Barbora Mensik; Art Award - Sam Miller

Drama Award (non-musical) Sam Parady

Chorus and Musical Awards
Music Theater Technical Award - Christopher Bowen
Musical Theater Award - Cara Evans and Michael Aldrich
Vocal Award - Alison Rollins

Director's Award: Cassandra Robertson

Band Awards
Louie Armstrong Award - Erin Carter
John Phillip Sousa Award - Stephen Baillargeon
Instrumental Director Award - Alison Lane

Hawk Athletic Awards
Record breakers - Cy Kolod and Elise Amioka
Kenniston Award - Dominic Strada and Sarah Mulcahey
Boys Athletic Award - Jacke Chamblee
Girls Athletic Award - Erin Augulewicz

Maine Principal's Leadership Award: Dominic Strada

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Michael James Aldrich
Elise Catherine Amioka
Erin Leigh Augulewicz
Stephen Bradley Baillargeon
Michael Andrew Bakas
Kimberly Anne Baker
Emily Dorothy Batchelder
Megan Elizabeth Bates
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Elizabeth J. Bilodeau
Kyla Rose Blanchette
Anthony Paul Blangiardi
Shawna L. Boesch
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Julia Elaine Bousquet
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Cassidy Elizabeth Carter
Erin Victoria Carter
Jacob Ryan Chamblee
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James Robert Church
Alexandra Ann Claus
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Siobhan Farrell Anne Cusack
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Victoria Elizabeth Glynn
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Kayla Dianne Grant
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Sean C. Gray
Michael L. Green
Wesley Michael Grogan
Ashley L. Guppy
Laura Beth Hackney
Molly K. Hamm
W. Edward Hanson
Ari R. Hiller
Sage Micah Hiller
Dustin L. Hines
Brooke C. Hockney
William L. Hoffman
Tyler Louis Hotte
Doug B Howarth
Ashley Dana Hoyt
Ethan Matthew Hoyt
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Samuel Robert Liberty
Ling Lin
Kayleigh Ann Lytle
Rebecca Marie MacDonald
Amanda Leigh Mahoney
Krystal Anne Martin
Carina Claire McAllister
Kayleigh O'Day McCullom
Blair Whitney McDonald
Rachel Drew McFarland
Ryan McInnis
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Barbora Mensik
Candice A. Metcalf
Marc Gregory Michaud
Samuel Tobias Miller
Travis Patrick Mitchell
Zachary Scott Mittelmark
Danielle A. Mohammed
Emma Elizabeth Morrison
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Sarah Jane Mulcahey
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Hannah Marie Nickerson
Elizabeth Katherine Nightingale
Holly A. Olson
Kendra S. O'Malley
Kyle S. O'Malley
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Sam Warren William Parady
Katherine A. H. Patstone
Serene L. Potter
Alison Leigh Procaccini
Christopher William Protzmann
Rachel Purgiel
Alyssa M. Rainey
Megan Katherine Raynes
Marissa Evelyn Rezack
Nicole Ashley Richard
Maureen Elizabeth Roach
Cassandra Robertson
Alison Anne Rollins
Molly Margaret Romano
David Anthony Rubinoff
Emma Lucielle Gunst Rudolph
Kimberly J. Samuels
Ashlin E. Sargent
Maria Ann Sedler
Nathan A. Sinden
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