Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

January 31, 2014

BMS honor students named

The Batesville Middle School first semester academic honor roll has been released.

Grade 6

Johnathan Alford, Anna Bauer, Ciera Belter, Caleb Bischoff-Niese, Abigail Blomer, Samuel Bowman, Kierra Brock, Cadence Campbell, Elizabeth Cassidy, Rebecca Deputy, Sydney Dieterlen, Dylan Fledderman, Juan Garcia, Seth Gausman, Aaron Glaub, Clayton Grunkemeyer, Elizabeth Heidlage, Sally Heppner, Alexander Hoffbauer and Charles Laymon.

Also, Elizabeth Loichinger, Gwendolynn Martin, Jade McGinnis, Colt Meyer, Hunter Meyer, Elizabeth Mullen, Macy Prickel, Cory Ralston, Kari Reer, Sarah Ronnebaum, Kory Ryan, Charles Schene, Cole Siebert, Skylar Simpson, Alexander Smith, Isabel Smith, Nolan Smith, Laura Vest, Seth Weisenbach, Carlie Werner, Noah Werner, Abigail Westerfeld and Alexander Wooldridge.

Grade 7

Allison Andrews, Sydney Ayette, Adam Bedel, Katherine Bohman, Sydney Bowman, Leah Chambers, Alexandra Cottingham, Nathaniel Craft, Ashlyn Czerniak, Haley Diaz, Kendall Dickman, Whitney Drew, Nathaniel Dunbar, Camille Farwick, Caroline Fitzpatrick, Kelly Gole, Georgia Gratz, Kiya Gridley, Catherine Gunter, Daniel Gutzwiller, Nicholas Hampson, Samuel Haskamp, Robert Heidlage III, Zachary Jones, Brooklynn Laker, Hayley Laker, Grace Lamping, Claire Litmer, Meredith McCreary, Bethany Murray, Tyler Myers and Stephanie Nobbe.

Also, Caleb Raab, Shawn Redwine, Kaiden Rippetoe, Michael Robbins, Benjamin Rodgers, Chloe Ronnebaum, Kaitlynn Ronnebaum, Halle Schrank, Allison Shane, Chloe Shaw, Austin Siefert, Madison Smith, Jennifer Speer, Chloe Stephens, Allison Straight, Cole Struewing, Mitchell Thomas, Logan Vierling, Chelsey Voegele, Maggie Walsman, Kylie Wanninger, Grace Weatherston, Caitlynn Werner, Melanie Werner, Quinn Werner, Hattie Westerfeld and Brayden Worthington.

Grade 8

Vanessa Alvarez, Morgan Batchelor, Jayden Beal, Arno Betts, Zachary Blomer, Audra Brewer, Katherine Cook, Sierra Cornn, Benjamin Craft, Landry Current, Ashley Daulton, Andrew Deputy, Annalynne Doll, Samuel Doll, Mitchell Ertel, Brienna Fairchild, Dylan Flannery, Eykis Fullenkamp, Emma Gausman, Margaret Geis, Katryna Gellenbeck, Madeline Greene, Ethan Grossman, Ross Harmeyer, Jillian Hartman, Cassie Hooten, Megan Huber, Kelsey Huffner, Coleman Jennewein, Jordyn Jones, Morgan Kramer, Bryce Kroll and Cheyenne Laker.

Also, Tristian Lamppert, Christopher Laymon, Samantha Mathews, Natasha Mayer, Tia McConnell, Logan Mears, Grant Meyers, Dylan Moenter, Breana Moman, Adam Mullen, Rebecca Mustaine, Janvi Patel, Cody Perdue, Madeline Pierson, Kayla Powell, Justin Puente, Kelsey Roell, Alexis Scott, Hannah Simpson, Gabriel Straub, Angela Weisenbach, Jessica Westerfeld, Lane Westerfeld, Cortney Widener, Garren Williamson, Jackson Wooldridge, James Wyatt and Ian Yorn.

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