Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana


April 6, 2012

ECHS honor students named

-- — Students have been named to the East Central High School regular honor roll for the third nine weeks grading period:

Kilian Ahner, Jacob Amberger, Brittany Anderson, Josefa Andres, Michelle Andres, Blake Ashcraft, Abby Ashton, Tyler Ashton, Miranda Aulbach, Anthony Back, Hal Backherms, Jacquelyn Badinghaus, Mitchell Baker, Ashley Banks, Courtney Barga, Cassidie Barnhorst, Bradley Barry, Ashley Bartholomew, Paige Basham, Keith Batta, Clayton Becker, Bridget Bedel, Brittany Begley, Dillon Bergman, Luke Bertke, Allison Betts, Ariana Biddle, Katryn Bigelow, Jacob Bittner, Emily Blankenhorn, Alex Bleich, Brady Bonavita, Bradley Bonomini, Jeffrey Bosse, Matthew Bourquein, Amanda Bramel, Joshua Brown, Wesley Brown, Olivia Bunch, Michelle Burchfield, Ivy Burge and Gretchen Burress.

Also, Alyssa Callahan, Bradley Callahan, Rachel Callahan, Anthony Caludis, Victor Caludis, Brandon Campbell, Andrew Carbaugh, Samantha Cardwell, Kendra Chastain, Matthew Childers, Kyle Chrisman, Harley Crague, Meghan Cranfield, Courtney Crowe, Dominic Damico, Kayla Davidson, Allison Deck, Lauren Deddens, Alyssandra Defiglio, Morgan Dirr, Maximilian Dole, Christina Doll, Ethan Eckstein, Deirdre Elfers, Brittany Farrow, Taylor Feldman, Chase Fette, Olivia Fette, Christiana Fischer, Evan Fischer, Alexis Floyd, Hannah Fox, Michael Fox, Taylor Fragale, Brittany Frick, Lucas Frick, Joseph Fullenkamp, Bradley Gabbard and Dariena Gagne.

Also, Bethany Gast, Trey Gellert, Jessica Getz, Dalton Gibbs, Kameron Gick, Dustin Gindling, Tyler Gindling, Rebecca Ginn, Sarah Greber, Maria Gregg, Jackson Greiwe, Jacob Griffin, Michelle Grimes, Erik Gruen, Landon Guenther, Ashley Gutapfel, Spencer Gutapfel, Matthew Haas, Hannah Hall, Jessica Hall, Megan Hall, Tori Hamon, Brandon Hargis, Andrew Harness, Katelynn Harris, Garrett Hauser, Kayla Hauser, Kyle Hay, Ross Henderson, Lucas Herbert, Abigail Herth, Gabrielle Hillgrove, Jordan Hoffman, Hunter Hollandsworth. Kenneth Holloway, John Horstman, Jenna Hountz, Caleb Howard, Michelle Howard and Cody Hudepohl.

Also, Mitchell Hudepohl, Tyler Hussung, Zachary Hutchinson, Brett Hutson, Zachary Insprucker, Emily Jackson, Logan Jackson, Chelsea Jones, Morgan Kain, Nolynn Kaufman, Joshua Kemme, Victoria Kern, Corey Kestermann, Ela Kinker, Ellen Kirst, Thomas Klump, April Knauber, Brandon Koch, Randy Koch, Ethan Kramer, Brooke Kraus, Matthew Krimmer, Cassidy Krummen, Heather Lamping, Angelina Larosa, Josephine Larosa, Austin Lee, Thomas Lee, Renee Lemons, Mark Losekamp, Jacob Ludwig, Bradley Lutz, Melody Lutz, James Lynch, Naomi Maddox, Jessica Mann, Rebecca Mardis, Madison Martin and Maria Martini.

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