Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

January 31, 2014

Top BHS students recognized

The Batesville High School first semester honor roll, listing students who earned at least 3.67 grade-point averages, has been announced.

Grade 9

Joseph Barr, Nathan Batta, Kathryn Baumer, Nathan Bedel, Michael Brown, Garrett Burkhart, Jacob Christie, Hannah Cox, Michael Deal, McKenzie Dreyer, Kyle Emsweller, Mitchell Esser, Anne Freese, Rachel Gerstbauer, Emily Gutzwiller, Julia Hunter, Spencer Johnson, Molly Rae Jones, Madeline Ketcham, Anna Kick, Kevin Koury, Kurtis Koury and Jonathan Kunkel.

Also, Sydney Lecher, Kylie Lehman, Drake Main, Elliot Main, Emily Massey, Joshua May, Laura Meer, Rose Meer, Peyton Meyer, Taylor Meyers, Caleb Moster, Alison Muckerheide, Emily Muckerheide, Sylvia Phillips, Mary Poltrack, Sarah Poltrack, Tyler Ralston, Paul Ritter, Madeleine Robben, Alexander Roell, Katherine Roell, Mary Schwettman, Claire Shane, Carleigh Siebert, Anna Sing, Isabella Stange, Liberti Stenger, Robert Strobel, McKenna Vierling, Taylor Villani, Brooklyn Weisenbach, Carissa Werner, Mallory Werner and Rachel Zins.

Grade 10

Malissa Alley, Mary Catherine Barnett, Alexander Batta, Keven Bedel, Aidan Bell, Connor Bell, Clare Bruns, John Chaffee, Shelby Drew, Lauren Eckstein, Mary Elkins, Leopold Enneking, Sophia Fledderman, Adam Glaub, Audrey Hall, Jenna Harmeyer, Ryan Harmeyer, Grace Heppner, Kira Hertel, Erin Ison, Blake Jennewein, Haram Kim, Erin McElhoe, Zachary Mears, Sarah Meer and Austin Meyer.

Also, Derek Nobbe, Samantha Nunlist, Harsh Patel, Gabrielle Raab, John Reer, Spencer Rose, Madison Schloemer, McKayla Schloemer, Heidi Shaw, Clare Siebert, Macy Simon, Matthew Taylor, Timothy Taylor, Wade Volk, Molly Weigel, Elizabeth Weiler, Emily Weiler, Christopher Weisenbach, Emily Williamson, Kent Wilson, Karsen Worthington, Wushaung Yang and Jennifer Zins.

Grade 11

William Amberger, Benjamin Barr, Allison Beal, Brooke Bradford, Mikeala Brower, Katherine Brunner, Kaitlin Cole, Anna Crume, Paige Current, Elizabeth Cuttle, Spencer Deak, Jennifer Doehrman, Lexi Eisert, Isaac Frank, Kelsey Gausman, Grant Greene, Kelli Hartman, Josie Heidlage, Bryan Hoeing, Jared Ilderton, Layne Kirchoff, Butch Laker, Cory Laker, Calvin Lehman, Meg Liter, Benjamin Locker, Erin Longstreth, Kegan Main, Madison McCreary, Kaleigh McGinn, Jessica Meer, Jordan Meyer, Bethany Moll and Mikaela Mustaine.

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