Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 17, 2014

ECHS students excel academically

BATESVILLE —

Administrators have released the East Central High School second quarter regular honor roll. 

Bradley Admire, Cheyenne Alexander, Dakotah Alexander, Abigail Alig, Carlie Allen, Megan Andres, Elijah Annis, Kimberly Applegate, Claudia Armbruster, Blake Ashcraft, Miranda Aulbach, Ethan Ayers Edds, Haley Badescu, Courtney Barga, Cassidie Barnhorst, Kaylee Barnhorst, Alexis Barry, Ashley Bartholomew, Skyler Beal, Clayton Becker, Shane Beeler, Dillon Bergman, Emily Betts, Jacob Bittner, Seth Bittner, Brittanie Bolten, Bradley Bonomini, Trenton Booth, Aimee Boudreau, Jonathon Bourquein, Grant Bowling, Kayla Brewer, Jordan Britz, Leah Broderick, Haylie Brown, Melanie Brown, Olivia Bunch, Audrey Burns, Samuel Burns, Jacob Byrd, Skye Cable, Maggie Caldwell, Bradley Callahan and Dillon Callahan.

Also, Brandon Campbell, Jamie Campbell, Caleb Cannon, Clayton Castle, Hannah Childers, Koleman Cichon, Sophia Colon, Christina Corbin, Courtney Corn, Brady Covert, Kuyler Cramer, Rebecca Crum, Audrey Cuellar, Tara Cummings, Emma Currence, Haley Davis, Tanis Davis, Christian Deck, Allyssandra Defiglio, Amanda Denny, Pete Dessauer , Kyla Dick, Kaylee Dierckman, Brett Dieselberg, Shaye Dimeglio, Nathan Dole, Alex Doll, Jordan Doll, Kayla Doll, Shelby Doyle, Devon Dudley, Trisha Dudley, Alexandrea Eckstein, Kameron Eckstein, Rebecca Eckstein, Emily Egbers, Riley Erickson, Gavyn Farmer, Hannah Feilhauer, Olivia Fette, Evan Fischer, Savannah Fisher, Erica Fite, Alexis Floyd, Cai Fox, Kaitlyn Fox, Katherine Fox, Michael Fox, Ryan Freese and Madison Freson.

Also, Jaylah Fugate, Rachel Furney, Kyle Fury, Ryan Fury, Dana Gagne, Dominique Gagne, Alyx Galle, Trey Gehle, Jessica Getz, Dustin Gindling, Olivia Gonzalez, Ryan Graham, Sarah Greber, Therese Gregg, Jackson Greiwe, Melissa Grimes, Michelle Grimes, Josey Grubbs, Erik Gruen, Robert Gruen, Brandon Guenther, Landon Guenther, Kaleb Guess, Pamela Gulley, Jillian Gutapfel, Robert Hacker, Megan Hall, Elizabeth Hamersly, Kayla Hampton, Brandon Hargis, Brianna Hart, Katherine Hartman, Kristen Hartman, Connor Haussler, Michael Heath, Felicity Hendren, Noah Henry, Zoe Henry, Michaela Hickey, Anthony Hilbert, Elizabeth Hodges, Cameron Hoffman, Jordan Hoffman, Megan Hoffman, Jesse Hofmann, Colton Hoog, Savannah Howard, Kalea Huber, Hannah Hutson, Rebecca Ingram, Rachel Jackson and Tiffany Jennings.

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