Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 17, 2014

ECHS students excel academically

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BATESVILLE —

Also, Chelsea Jones, Meghan Jones, Hannah Kater, Logan Kelly, Taylor Kern, Victoria Kern, Cassandra Ketcham, Bryan Killeen, Megan Kinnett, Maddalyn Kirby, Caitlin Klare, Eric Knigga, John Knueven, Zachary Knueven, Kyle Koelling, Joshua Kolton, Emily Koschmeder, Ethan Kramer, Kady Kraus, Kaleb Krummen, Shelby Lake, Colton Laker, Alexia Lambrinides, Ryan Lammering, Elizabeth Langefeld, Carlee Larsen, Brittney Lavin, Jacob Lee, Kayla Legendre, Sarah Lehman, Bayley Lehmann, Megan Lepper, Katelyn Ludwig, Alexander Martin, Madison Martin, Maria Martini, Michael Martini, Ross Martini, Cameron Mason, Michael Masterson, Tyler Maurer, Brandon McClure, Allie McCool, Chloe McCracken, Seth McGuire, Spencer McGuire, Madison Means, Abigail Mechley, Alixandra Messer and Caroline Meunier.

Also, Alivia Miller, Jordan Miller, Aaron Mitts, Devin Mitts, Hannah Mobley, Sarah Moorehead, Elizabeth Morgan, Cara Morman, Jolynn Morrow, Keirstyn Mortimer, Brandi Moser, Michelle Munchel, Clayton Muncy, Kierstin Nadler, Zachary Noble, Jacob Noel, Joseph Noppert, Elizabeth O'Hearn, Paul O'Shaughnessy, Edward Oehlman, Tyler Ohmer, Jakob Paff, Mike Page, Aidan Palazzolo, Blake Parker, Hannah Patton, Ashley Petrocelli, Abigayle Phelps, Jessica Phillips, Hanna Plowman, Sara Pope, Kasey Pretty, Benjamin J. Priebe, Benjamin K. Priebe, Carolyn Priebe , Alexander Pruitt, Olivia Quick, Shayne Raftery, Regan Ramsey, Samantha Randolph, Katie Ravenna, Paige Reinshagen, Sarah Reiter, Amanda Richter, Hannah Richter, Jarrett Richter, Kaitlyn Richter and Samantha Richter.

Also, Morgan Ritzi, Nicole Roell, Shay Roepke, Matthew Rolfes, Ashley Rose, Katherine Rosenberger, Charles Rosengrant, Amber Roszell, Derek Roth, Nicholas Salatin, Seth Sale, Nicole Sandmann, Destiny Sauer, Julia Sawyer, Kadin Schilling, Patricia Schlarmann, Alexis Schoenefeld, Justin Schoenefeld, Sarah Schulte, Cortny Schuman, Mitchell Schuman, Sarah Schuman, John Schwenk, Katie Scott, Rylie Seaver, Alex Seevers, Logan Seig, Jillian Seiwert, Devon Serrentino, Garrett Sheehan, Savannah Shoemaker, Brandon Shumate, Robyn Shumate, Keri Siebert, Jaymee Simpson, Jacob Sims, Jacob Skeens, Hope Slagle, Dustin Smith, Joshua Smith, Zachary Smith, Victoria Spangler, Jacob Steinmetz, Mickayla Sterwerf, Victoria Steuver, Jared Stewart, Nicholas Stidham, Ryley Stonebraker, Mackenzie Streng, Olyvia Strimple, Belle Stumpf, Jaden Stutts and Chase Sutherland.

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