Warren Athletic Hall of Fame 1970-1989 Photos 
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transpixel 1972 Hall of Famer Tut Jamiel, Warren High School's All State fullback, blasted up the middle for a big gain. The 200-pound blockbuster gained almost one hundred yards on the ground in a 28-0 victory over the Bristol Colts. The undefeated and untied Redskins, who also edged Class B power Barrington, won the Class C title. (Coached by Hall of Famer Pat Abbruzzi, they were the first Warren team to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.) transpixel
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transpixel 1972 Pop Warner Football Cheerleaders. Kneeling: Susan Gempp; Susan Coccio; Maryanne Sylvia; Barbara Thivierge; and Dolores DaSilva. Standing: Jane Caizzi; Debbie Luciano; Susan Primiano; Charlene Pasqua; Linda Coccio; Susan Servant; and Coach Debbie Abbruzzi. transpixel
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transpixel 1972 Pop Warner Outstanding Scholar Athlete award was presented to Dave Lapre by Hall of Famer Coach Nick Massa at the Midget Football League banquet. The event was staged at the Italo American Club on Kelly Street. (Massa, Dave DeBlois, and Hall of Fame Coach Richie Mello coached the Midgets to a 14-12 defeat of Bristol.) 
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1972 Hall of Famer Tut Jamiel, Warren High School's All State fullback, blasted up the middle for a big gain. The 200-pound blockbuster gained almost one hundred yards on the ground in a 28-0 victory over the Bristol Colts. The undefeated and untied Redskins, who also edged Class B power Barrington, won the Class C title. (Coached by Hall of Famer Pat Abbruzzi, they were the first Warren team to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.)
1972 Pop Warner Football Cheerleaders. Kneeling: Susan Gempp; Susan Coccio; Maryanne Sylvia; Barbara Thivierge; and Dolores DaSilva. Standing: Jane Caizzi; Debbie Luciano; Susan Primiano; Charlene Pasqua; Linda Coccio; Susan Servant; and Coach Debbie Abbruzzi.
1972 Pop Warner Outstanding Scholar Athlete award was presented to Dave Lapre by Hall of Famer Coach Nick Massa at the Midget Football League banquet. The event was staged at the Italo American Club on Kelly Street. (Massa, Dave DeBlois, and Hall of Fame Coach Richie Mello coached the Midgets to a 14-12 defeat of Bristol.)
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transpixel 1973 Warren High School Wrestling Suburban Champions finished the regular season with a record of 13-0-1. Back row: Coach Tony Campagnone; General Manager Art Pacheco; and Assistant Coach Mike Crane. Front row: Francis "Tut" Jamiel; Bob Rainey; John Rogers; Joe Billoti; Dave Kee; Nick Ferrara; John Francisco; Stan Ziobro; Jay Barry; Ray Ouellette; Jim Tavares; and Jim Almeida. Almeida, John Braz, who is not pictured, and Ouellette were undefeated in dual meets. (Barry, Jamiel, and Ouellette are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.) transpixel
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transpixel 1973 Warren High School Girls Track team member Karen Cabral was narrowly in the lead during a dual track meet's hurdle event. The squad went on to capture the first of three straight state championships. Karen is a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame. transpixel
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transpixel 1973 Warren High School Girls Track team captured the State Championship for the second year in a row, when they edged North Kingstown by three points. Front row: Coach Ann Chandler Morris; Karyn McCahey; June Figureid; Nancy Burns; Judy Heaney; and Laurie Figureid. Back row: Lauren Pelchat; Beth Penkala; Karen Cabral; Pam Oliver; and Kathy O'Donnell. McCahey was named the state's Outstanding Girl. McCahey and Laurie Figureid had shared the State Outstanding Girl award in 1972, while Figureid captured the designation in 1974. (Cabral, Laurie Figureid, McCahey, Morris, Pelchat, and Penkala are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame. Morris is a member of the Rhode Island Interscholastic Hall of Fame, as are fellow Hall of Famers Duke and Pat Abbruzzi.)
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1973 Warren High School Wrestling Suburban Champions finished the regular season with a record of 13-0-1. Back row: Coach Tony Campagnone; General Manager Art Pacheco; and Assistant Coach Mike Crane. Front row: Francis "Tut" Jamiel; Bob Rainey; John Rogers; Joe Billoti; Dave Kee; Nick Ferrara; John Francisco; Stan Ziobro; Jay Barry; Ray Ouellette; Jim Tavares; and Jim Almeida. Almeida, John Braz, who is not pictured, and Ouellette were undefeated in dual meets. (Barry, Jamiel, and Ouellette are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.)
1973 Warren High School Girls Track team member Karen Cabral was narrowly in the lead during a dual track meet's hurdle event. The squad went on to capture the first of three straight state championships. Karen is a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame.
1973 Warren High School Girls Track team captured the State Championship for the second year in a row, when they edged North Kingstown by three points. Front row: Coach Ann Chandler Morris; Karyn McCahey; June Figureid; Nancy Burns; Judy Heaney; and Laurie Figureid. Back row: Lauren Pelchat; Beth Penkala; Karen Cabral; Pam Oliver; and Kathy O'Donnell. McCahey was named the state's Outstanding Girl. McCahey and Laurie Figureid had shared the State Outstanding Girl award in 1972, while Figureid captured the designation in 1974. (Cabral, Laurie Figureid, McCahey, Morris, Pelchat, and Penkala are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame. Morris is a member of the Rhode Island Interscholastic Hall of Fame, as are fellow Hall of Famers Duke and Pat Abbruzzi.)
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transpixel 1973 Mary V. Quirk Junior High won the State Gymnastics Championship for the second year in a row. Top row: Julie Hanley; Bonnie O'Blenis; Debbie Cordeiro; Lori Francis; and Dolores DaSilva. Second row from top: Roxanne Figuerido; Mary Beth Keyes; Paula Calderiso; Maureen Sousa; Becky Ferrara; and Kathy Knowles. Middle row: Anne Hackley; Linda Dallaire; Charlene Pasqua; Cindy Banalewicz; Debbie Luciano; Susan Primiano; and Cindy Rego. Second row from bottom: Bridgette King; Mary Ellen Annunziata; and Pat O'Blenis. Bottom row: Leslie Swift; Joan Chaves; Susan Coccio; Debbie O'Donnell; Lisa Cembrola; Diane Luciano; and Nancy Mello. (The team had also won the state title in 1972.) (Annunziata, Hackley, King, and the O'Blenis sisters are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.) transpixel
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transpixel 1973 (Click once to read more easily.) Steve Caizzi of the undefeated Grace Barker Mets won the Triple Crown with thirteen home runs, forty-seven runs batted in, and a batting average of .628. (Manager Richie Mello, coach Nick Massa, Caizzi, Bob Massa, and Andy Vollaro, all of the Mets, are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.) transpixel
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transpixel 1973 Warren Soccer State Summer League Champions. Front row: John Constancia; Steve Lindo; John Pimental; Ray Ouellette; Herm Mello; Maurice Tributino; Tim Driscoll; and Bill Barry, the league's leading scorer. Middle row: Larry Hindle; Jay Barry; George Tributino; Herb Mello; Francis "Tut" Jamiel; Armenio Adaes; Mark Jannitto; and Joe Cannavaro. Third row: Coach Jay Barry; Charlie Piper; Stan Ziobro; and Tony Teixeira. Bill Barry sent the title game into overtime with a penalty kick with one second showing on the clock. (The team also garnered the state championship in 1972.) (Jay Barry, Sr. was the chairman of the Warren School Committee, while Tony Teixeira served as Bristol's Town Administrator.) (Both Jay Barrys, Jamiel, Ouellette, and Pimental are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.) 
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1973 Mary V. Quirk Junior High won the State Gymnastics Championship for the second year in a row. Top row: Julie Hanley; Bonnie O'Blenis; Debbie Cordeiro; Lori Francis; and Dolores DaSilva. Second row from top: Roxanne Figuerido; Mary Beth Keyes; Paula Calderiso; Maureen Sousa; Becky Ferrara; and Kathy Knowles. Middle row: Anne Hackley; Linda Dallaire; Charlene Pasqua; Cindy Banalewicz; Debbie Luciano; Susan Primiano; and Cindy Rego. Second row from bottom: Bridgette King; Mary Ellen Annunziata; and Pat O'Blenis. Bottom row: Leslie Swift; Joan Chaves; Susan Coccio; Debbie O'Donnell; Lisa Cembrola; Diane Luciano; and Nancy Mello. (The team had also won the state title in 1972.) (Annunziata, Hackley, King, and the O'Blenis sisters are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.)
1973 (Click once to read more easily.) Steve Caizzi of the undefeated Grace Barker Mets won the Triple Crown with thirteen home runs, forty-seven runs batted in, and a batting average of .628. (Manager Richie Mello, coach Nick Massa, Caizzi, Bob Massa, and Andy Vollaro, all of the Mets, are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.)
1973 Warren Soccer State Summer League Champions. Front row: John Constancia; Steve Lindo; John Pimental; Ray Ouellette; Herm Mello; Maurice Tributino; Tim Driscoll; and Bill Barry, the league's leading scorer. Middle row: Larry Hindle; Jay Barry; George Tributino; Herb Mello; Francis "Tut" Jamiel; Armenio Adaes; Mark Jannitto; and Joe Cannavaro. Third row: Coach Jay Barry; Charlie Piper; Stan Ziobro; and Tony Teixeira. Bill Barry sent the title game into overtime with a penalty kick with one second showing on the clock. (The team also garnered the state championship in 1972.) (Jay Barry, Sr. was the chairman of the Warren School Committee, while Tony Teixeira served as Bristol's Town Administrator.) (Both Jay Barrys, Jamiel, Ouellette, and Pimental are members of the Athletic Hall of Fame.)
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