Montvale/PHHS TriviaMarch 9 2006 at 1:18 PM
|Melvin Gook (no login)|
What was the original name of ice cream shop across from bowling alley?
Where George Roser and Don Smith (Fieldstone Teacher) biological twins?
Who was a hotter lifeguard at the Montvale Swim Club Marigene Kettler or Guy Peires?
Which Palazollo was the best wrestler?
Who did PHHS beat at Giant Stadium in '79 to become state champs?
Where did John Bilney play his college ball?
Who was bigger Miles McGuire or Vinnie Musco?
Did Tom Melana officially change his name to Dirk Nowitzki?
Who was a better waterboy Bill Glos or Adam Sandler?
What was Phil Mitchell's hat size?
What Terry Court legend played the lead in the Sound of Music at the Rockland County Cultural Center: Mildred Spagnolli, Connie Carlson or Camille Kelly?
Re: Montvale/PHHS Trivia
|March 12 2006, 11:38 PM |
Let's see John Bilney went to Maryland and Huff's was across from the bowling alley. As a member of the class of '79 I don't remember a championship game at Giants Stadium.
The Answer is:
|March 28 2006, 3:28 PM |
Huff's Terrace- Where the confession was made
Roser was a helluva hoops player
Debbie Richardson and Diane Lovato (swimclub)
Pascack Hills 24 Hoboken 14- Giants Stadium (Hills also kicked
the crap outta Bosco, Joes and Bergen in a scrimmage)
Bilney went to University of Maryland- Had 30 pts and 30 rebounds
in HS game.
Vinnie Musco had a bigger heart, Myles was a bust at 6'10- Tom
Abrahamson best player to come out of Hills and not go to college-
scored 122 points in 4 games at the Bergen Jamboree.
The 1968 state champ football team would've killed the 79-80
team. 12-0 allowed only 21 pts the entire season.
Adam Sandler brought out water....Bill brought out Vodka tonics
as per Brian Morgan.
#1 wiggle of all time...Amy Luciano!
|June 15 2006, 12:04 PM |
I played hard, was not that good thanks any how!!
Re: Montvale/PHHS Trivia
|May 19 2006, 8:19 AM |
My hat size is 7-7/8.
On a side note, I'm not sure if this movie needs to be written but I'll probbably watch it if it does. I knew Eric and was very sad when this whole thing went down. He always seemed happy to me but apparently, behind the scenes, he was not. I feel bad for any of the people that this affected and hope all have been able to get past this.
|Scott Leiberman Salerno|
|June 6 2006, 1:17 PM |
Is this the same Phil Mitchell that had the high score on Asteroids at the Montvale bowling alley?
Here is more trivia for you Montvale history buffs:
What was Jim Finley's nickname?
What was Howard Mitchell's nickname?
How long was an adult swim for at the Montvale Swim Club?
Who invented speedball?
How many times did Dave Aurichio sneak into the Montvale Swim Club after hours?
Who had better hair Steve Benvenesti or Frank Palazollo?
High Asteroids score
|March 28 2007, 8:10 PM |
I'm one in the same. Are you the Scott Lieberman that lived at 6 Terri Ct?
Not so good
|June 15 2006, 11:50 AM |
I played hard, was not that good. Thanks anyway!
|June 19 2006, 11:58 PM |
George, You wre allways a great guy. Hope you are doing well ,Steve
PHHS Trivia Response
|July 24 2007, 3:32 AM |
Bill Glos was the best water boy any team could ask for. He had many great parties after the games.
I may be biased, but the 79' team would be able to hold it's own with any team.
Michael Pallazollo was actually the best of the three boys at wrestling but he burnt out on the sport and gave it up his freshman year I believe and so did Anthony. All three were great guys.
Very funny reference about Tom Mellana! I see his brother Mark often.
George Roser, you had a sweet jump shot!
If you measured heart, Vinnie "Chooch" Musco, was the tallest of us all.
|Lisa Yatko Prisco|
Where have all my wonderful friends gone?
|July 9 2009, 9:40 PM |
Paul Gravalis... Brian Morgan... and my dear, sweet Vinnie - it is beyond words how to say, how much I have missed you all...and to see all of this, online, 30 YEARS after I left our amazing school, where I only have the very best of memories and of you three, it was all so great...I hope that we can all be reconnected, even just a little bit, it would be so completely beautiful...
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 813-766-8734 and I would love very much to talk again to everyone who meant so much to me, wherever you are!