Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 14, 2013

EC scholars recognized

BATESVILLE — East Central High School students have been named to the second quarter regular honor roll:

Eric Acheson, Bradley Admire, Cheyenne Alexander, Jason Amberger, Brittany Anderson, Brady Andres, Kimberly Applegate, Claudia Armbruster, Blake Ashcraft, Abby Ashton, Nathan Austing, Anthony Back, Hal Backherms, Mitchell Baker, Ashley Banks, Paige Basham, Keith Batta, Justin Battle‑Midlam, Tabytha Bechtel, Stephanie Bedinghaus, Shane Beeler, Brittany Begley, Justin Bender, Kyle Bentley, Dillon Bergman, Luke Bertke, Allison Betts, Emily Betts, James Blanco, Alex Bleich, Karly Blust, Brittanie Bolten, Bradley Bonomini, Greg Bonomini, Matthew Bourquein, Grant Bowling, Audrey Bradley, Amanda Bramel and Kayla Brewer.

Also, Jordan Britz, Kylie Brock, Robert Broderick, Angela Brown, Jason Brown, Melanie Brown, Richard Brown, Olivia Bunch, Ivy Burge, Sarah Burke, Samuel Burns, Abigail Bush, Jordan Busse, Steven Busse, Jacob Byrd, Skye Cable, Megan Campbell, Caleb Cannon, Andrew Carbaugh, Kelli Cartuyvelles, Aaron Caster, Trevor Caudy, Kendra Chastain, Kyle Chrisman, Alexander Chrzanowski, Sarah  Collins, Kayla Combs, Alex Cookendorfer, Nathan Corn, Odette Cortes, Brady   Covert, Emma Currence, Dylan Davis, Kaitlyn Davis, Tanis Davis, Lauren Deddens, Alyssandra Defiglio, Morgan Dirr, Nathan Dole, Alex Doll, Kayla Doll, Ryan Dowers and Shelby  Doyle.

Also, Dean Durham, Rebecca Eckstein, Emily Egbers, Mckayla  Epling, Megan Erfman, Kaleb Federle, Hannah Feilhauer, Chase Fette, Evan Fette, Olivia Fette, Christiana Fischer, Erica Fite, Alexis Floyd, Breanne Fox, Brittney Fox, Katherine Fox, Taylor Fragale, Brooke Francis, Austin Franz, Ryan Freese, Madison Freson, Tanner Fugate, Kyle Fury, Dana Gagne, Kimberly Gaustad, Cody Getha, Dakota Gibbs, Dustin Gindling, Rebecca Graham, Maria Gregg, Therese  Gregg, Jacob Griffin, Michelle Grimes,Josey Grubbs, Michaela Grunkemeyer, Pamela Gulley, Jacob Gutapfel, Tyler  Gutapfel, Valerie Gutapfel, Megan Hall, Cori Harmeyer, Katelynn Harris and Aaron Hartman.

Also, Garrett Hauser, Kyle Hay, Solomon Hedger, Vinny Heilmayer, Jessica Hein, Aaron Helms, Noah Henry, Zoe Henry, Abigail Herth, Jake Hibbett, Justin Hickey, Elizabeth Hill, Kayla Hillan, Kellen Hines, Elizabeth Hodges, Jesse Hofmann, Kenneth Holloway, Matthew Horner, Jenna Hountz, Seth Hovland, Michelle Howard, Nathaniel Hubert, Cody Hudepohl, Hannah Hutson, Kara Imfeld, Rebecca Ingram, Logan Jackson, Rachel Jackson, Siera Jaimez, Brooke Jennings, Tiffany Jennings, Chelsea Jones, Meghan Jones, Luke Katenkamp, Austin Kear, Joshua Kemme, Victoria Kern, Courtland Kidd, Bryan Killeen, Caitlin Klare, April Knauber, Eric Knigga, Kyle Koelling and Zachary Kolb.

Also, Ethan Kramer, Kady Kraus, Sara Kraus, Matthew Krimmer, Brooklyn Kroner, Cassidy Krummen, Colton Laker, Savannah Lamey, Ryan Lamping, Jacqueline Ledars, Jocelyn Lee, Joshua Lewis, Meyer Lorenzo, Katelyn Lussow, Michelle Mahlman, Rebecca Mardis, Madison Martin, Maria Martini, Michael Martini, Ross Martini, Cheyenne May, Corey May, Abigail McComas, Paige McQueen, Madison Means, Abigail Mechley, Brandon Merkin, Caroline Meunier, Abigail Meyer, Abigail Meyer, Morgan Mirus, Devin Mitts, Lauren Mongonia, Franchesca Montazemi, Bradley Montgomery, Jenni Moore, Sarah Moorehead, James Morgan, William Morgan, Jolynn Morrow, Brandi Moser, Michelle Munchel and Carissa Murdock.

Also, Jason Myers, Natalie Nadler, Hailey Nailor, Allison Newton, Paul O’Shaughnessy, Edward Oehlman, Jakob Paff, Jessica Palmer, Carlos Pantoja, Hannah Patton, Grace Perfect, Amanda Petrocelli, Ashley Petrocelli, Jessica Phillips, Hanna Plowman, Ian Polito, Kasey Pretty, Benjamin Priebe, Joshua Priebe, Olivia Quick, Morgan Raab, Samantha Randolph, Katie Ravenna, Kate Reynolds, Samantha Richter, Aleisha Riddell, Morgan Ritzi, Shay Roepke, Kelsie Roland, Sarah Rolfes, Nicholas Romie, Ashley Rose, Keith Rosemeyer, Charles Rosengrant, Audrey Roth, Haleigh Rudisell, Kelli Ryan, David Salyers, Jacob Sander, Hannah Sandmann, Nicole Sandmann, Nikarlis Santos‑Nunez, Patricia Schlarmann, Abigail Schloemer, Nathan Schmeusser, Sydney Schmeusser, Anna Schmuelling, Zachary Schneider, Allison Schoch, Jeremy Schoenberger, Alexis Schoenefeld, Anthony Schomber, Chance Schuh, Cortny Schuman, Mitchell Schuman, Katie Scott, Shelby Scott, Alex Seevers, Sean Sellet, Devon Serrentino, Bryant Sheehan, Brandon Shumate, Erin Shumate and Rachael Sicking.

Also, Brookelyn Siebert, Emily Siefke, Colbye Skeens, Courtney Slagle, Victoria Spangler, Joseph Sparks, Michael Sparks, Bryson Spaulding, Chad Spencer, Cody Sprague, Jacob Steinmetz, Nikayla Steinmetz, Victoria Steuver, Summer Strobl, Nathan Stroud,Rachael Struewing, Belle Stumpf, Abby Sweeney, Patrick Sweeney, Kelsey Tippitt, Abagail Trabel, Cody Trice, Clint Trotta, Aaron Viel, Benjamin Vogelgesang, Abigail Volpenhein, Claire Volpenhein, Scott Walker, Kyle Wallpe, Dustin Ward, Kelly Weigel, Michael Welte, Brady Werner, Jordan West, Megan Whitaker, Charlotte White, Emily White, Madison Wiedeman, Jessica Wilgenbusch, Samuel Wilgenbusch, Drew Wilhelm, Andrew Williamson, Amber Willoughby, Shawn Willoughby, Amber Willwerth, Heavenlee Wilson, Zachary Wilson, Miranda Wintz, Caleb Withers, Dominic Witko, Caitlyn Wolfzorn, Eric Wolfzorn, Holidae Yauger, Andrew Yochman, Morgan Zeiser, Tryston Zeiser and Jacob Zengerling,

 

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