Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 14, 2012

ECHS scholars make the grade

BATESVILLE — EastCentral High Schooladministrators announce the regular honor roll for the second quarter:

Caitlyn Abner, Jeremy Alexander, Lindsey Altum, Jacob Amberger, Brittany Anderson, Joseph Andres, Kasey Andres, Jonathon Andrews, Shelby Armstrong, Abby Ashton, Tyler Ashton, Miranda Aulbach, Anthony Back, Hal Backherms, Jacquelyn Badinghaus, Mitchell Baker, Rebecca Baker, Ashley Banks, Bradley Barry, Ashley Bartholomew, Paige Basham, Keith Batta, Damon Bauman, Kyle Beck, Clayton Becker, Bridget Bedel, Stephanie Bedinghaus, Brooke Begley, Dillon Bergman, Abby Bertram, Allison Betts, Ariana Biddle, Jacob Bittner, Erin Blair, James Blanco, Emily Blankenhorn, Alex Bleich, Brittanie Bolten, Brady Bonavita and Bradley Bonomini.

Also, Jeffrey Bosse, Jill Bosse, Grant Bowling, Amanda Bramel, Wesley Brown, Olivia Bunch, Michelle Burchfield, Samuel Burns, Gretchen Burress, Steven Busse, Jacob Butt, Alyssa Callahan, Keith Callahan, Rachel Callahan, Brandon Campbell, Megan Campbell, Caleb Cannon, Zachary Cannon, Andrew Carbaugh, Samantha Cardwell, Crystal Caudill, Kendra Chastain, Harley Crague, Rebecca Crisman, Rebecca Crum, Dominic Damico, Haley Davis, Allison Deck, Alyssandra Defiglio, Brianna Depue, Jordan Doll, Shelby Doyle, Katie Eckstein, Taylor Eckstein, Carolyn Egbert and Brittany Farrow.

Also, Hannah Feilhauer, Rebecca Feilhauer, Taylor Feldman, Chase Fette, Olivia Fette, Alexis Floyd, Brittney Fox, Hannah Fox, Michael Fox, Seth Fox, Brittany Frick, Lucas Frick, Jaylah Fugate, Joseph Fullenkamp, Katelynn Funk, Dariena Gagne, Bryan Galle, Megan Gannon, Bethany Gast, Cody Getha, Kameron Gick, Dustin Gindling, Tyler Gindling, Rebecca Ginn, Cory Greiwe, Jacob Griffin, Michelle Grimes, Rebecca Groce, Erik Gruen, Mariah Grunkemeyer, Ashley Gutapfel, Spencer Gutapfel, Tyler Gutapfel, Hannah Hall, Megan Hall, Tori Hamon, Brandon Hargis, Daniel Harm, Cori Harmeyer and Katelynn Harris.

Also, Katherine Hartman, Samantha Harvey, Garrett Hauser, Aaron Helms, Sarah Hendrix, Lucas Herbert, Abigail Herth, Jake Hibbett, Gabrielle Hillgrove, Thomas Hoekzema, Jordan Hoffman, Kenneth Holloway, John Horstman, Emily Hountz, Jenna Hountz, Caleb Howard, Michelle Howard, Cody Hudepohl, Mitchell Hudepohl, Zachary Hutchinson, Brett Hutson, Kara Imfeld, Emily Jackson, Logan Jackson, Brooke Jennings, Sydney Johnson, Chelsea Jones, Morgan Kain, Austin Kear, Carly Kern, Victoria Kern, Corey Kestermann, Cassandra Ketcham and Courtland Kidd.

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