Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

June 17, 2014

SLS stellar students listed

The fourth quarter St. Louis School honor roll has been released.

Grade 4

First honors

Nicole Amberger, Sophie Hirt, Spencer Mack, Ellie Moorman, Benjamin Moster, Olivia Raab, Thomas Raver, Ryan Reder, Faith Tekulve, Kate Voegele, Alyssa Wanstrath, Shelby Weiler and Lilly Wonnell

Second honors

Ava Allen, Regina Gerstbauer, Elizabeth Gigrich, Adam Laloge, Hunter Laudick, Kyle Salatin, Abe Streator, Joseph Suttmann, Naomi Thomas, Blake Tonges, Adam Vogelsang and Luke Wilson

Third honors

Ava Hornbach, Cody Mohr, Cayden Pohlman, Chelsea Robertson and Emma Weberding

Grade 5

First honors

Jack Abplanalp, Nicholas Burlage, Lleyton Ratcliffe, Leila Savage, Riley Schebler and Jacob Sheets

Second honors

Emma Bischoff, Anna Bohman, Riley Duerstock, Olivia Geers, Betsy Harmeyer, Katie Karbowski, Caroline Kellerman, Tyler Kuntz, Karson Macke, Olivia McElhoe, Paris Raab, Isabel Rennekamp, Ben Schebler, Kurt Siefert, Kayla Stone, Sam Voegele and Chloe Wilson

Third honors

Grace Eckstein, Jack Forbeck, Wil Freeland, Max Giesting, Jon Grieshop, Grace Laudick, Pamela Meneses, Andrew Oesterling and Cameron Todd

Grade 6

First honors

Erin Batta, Adam Cox, Mindy Eckstein, Jack Karbowski, Alyssa Krekeler, Phoebe Kroen, Grace Mack, Caroline Meer, Nicholas Meer, Anna Moeller, Adam Moster, Sarah Price, Adam Scott, Elijah Tuveson, Molly Wachsmann and Sophie Wesseler

Second honors

Dominic Butz, Johnny Deal, Jacob Deutsch, Mason Enneking, Lily Esser, Max Kirschner, Stacy Kramer, Harlee Masavage, Joshua Myers, Abe Peetz, Sydney Schutte, Allison Storms, Samantha Tonges, Aaron Weber and Katherine Wilder

Third honors

Rachel Amberger, GiGi Dreyer, Luke Esser, Joey Gutzwiller, Alexa Miles and Jayden Rose

Grade 7

First honors

Lily Abplanalp, Emma Allen, Bea Amberger, Sophie Brown, Kate Burkhart, Nathan Eckstein, Jenna Ertel, Alex Geers, Monica Gerstbauer, Sam Giesting, Lydia Gigrich, Stella Hillenbrand, Matthew Hoog, Hanna Hurm, Sam Johnson, Gus Kellerman, Emily Koch, Hailey Mohr, Kara Obermeyer, Sarah Preston, Robert Raver, Maddie Reidy, George Ritter, Avery Roell, Jordan Stenger, Corinne Stone and Grace Tonges

Second honors

Meg Flannery, Ryan Laloge, Kate Poltrack, Faith-Anne Schrank and Samantha Sheets

Third honors

Gus Cooper, Ella Gutzwiller, Charlie Prickel and Michael Todd

Grade 8

First honors

Baird Tuveson

Second honors

Audrey Amberger, Ridge Douglas, Jillian Eckstein, Kyle Eckstein, Sam Esser, Gabi Garcia, Ava Geers, Drew Gutzwiller, Will Harmeyer, Carly Lents, Kezia Peck, Baylee Rohlfing, Kyle Siefert, Angela Wanstrath, Audrey Weigel and Sarah Wilson

Third honors

Holly Bryan, Megan Butz, Sarah Dice, Gavin Koester, Stuart Lamping, Melissa Meneses, Ellen Tonges, Marie Werner and Molly Wintz

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