Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 18, 2011

Batesville Middle School honor roll

-- — The Batesville Middle School first semester academic honor roll has been released by administrators. Sixth Grade Joseph Barr, Kathryn Baumer, Lacie Bowling, Jacob Christie, Kristin Covert, McKenzie Dreyer, Kelsey Dwenger, Suzanne Elkins, Kyle Emsweller, Alyssa Enneking, Gracie Flaspohler, Justin Fledderman and Gabrielle Fricker. Also, Emily Gutzwiller, Anna Hammerstrom, Madison Harsh, Danielle Hountz, Julia Hunter, Courtney Huntington, Caleb Jackson, Spencer Johnson, Molly Jones, Anna Kick, Lauren Kieffer, Kevin Koury, Kurtis Koury, Jonathan Kunkel, Dustin Laker, Bradley Litzinger, Drake Main, Elliot Main, Joshua May, Alexander McPherson, Alison Muckerheide and Emily Muckerheide. Also, Sylvia Phillips, Alana Pinckley, Tyler Ralston, Griffin Relford, Madeleine Robben, Candice Roell, Caleb Rogers, Hayley Roth, Claire Shane, Carleigh Siebert, Isabella Stange, Liberti Stenger, Emma Thomas, McKenna Vierling, Taylor Villani, Brooklyn Weisenbach, Carissa Werner, Rick Werner, Veronica Williams and Brett Williamson. Seventh Grade Charles Alley, Malissa Alley, Mary Catherine Barnett, Kevin Bedel, Aidan Bell, Connor Bell, Clare Bruns, Lauren Caplinger, Layken Caplinger, Madeline Cook, Brittany Copeland, Shawn Czerniak, William Dong, Shelby Drew, Claire Dwenger, John Ehrman, Mary Elizabeth Elkins, Michaela Elmore, Sophia Fledderman, Adam Glaub, Quinton Grossman and Samantha Grote. Also, Audrey Hall, Jenna Harmeyer, Ryan Harmeyer, Madison Hatcher, Samantha Heidlage, Grace Heppner, Erin Ison, Emma McGuire, Olivia McKnight, Zachary Mears, Austin Meyer, Allison Murray, Derek Nobbe, Olivia Nobbe and Samantha Nunlist. Also, Harsh Patel, Gabrielle Raab, Paige Schuman, Heidi Shaw, Clare Siebert, Macy Simon, Lillie Sitterding, Emma Stevens, Matthew Taylor, Timothy Tunny, Wade Volk, Elizabeth Weiler, Emily Weiler, Christopher Weisenbach, Emily Williamson and Karsen Worthington. Eighth Grade Benjamin Barr, Allison Beal, Crosby Bingaman, Brooke Bradford, Mikaela Brower, Kaitlin Cole, Anna Crume, Paige Current, Elizabeth Cuttle, Shelby Deak, Spencer Deak, Jennifer Doehrman, Megan Doll, Nancy Doll, Lexi Eisert, Isaac Frank, Stanley Fryman, Kelsey Gausman, Clare Gratz, Grant Greene and Jesse Grote. Also, Kelli Hartman, Josie Heidlage, Peter Heil, Bryan Hoeing, Hayley Huntington, Jared Ilderton, Sheryn Karr, Layne Kirchoff, Butch Laker, Cory Laker, Allison Linkel, Meg Liter, Benjamin Locker, Kegan Main, Madison McCreary, Rachel Merkel, Jordan Meyer, Jordan Moorman, Logan Murray, Mikaela Mustaine, Neal Nobbe, Cole Nuhring and Lydia Olsen. Also, Avni Patel, Katelyn Pfeiffer, Amanda Phillips, Austin Prickel, Dylan Prickel, Hannah Putnam, Chloe Rennekamp, Rashel Roberts, Tabitha Schebler, Connor Schuck, Jade Schutte, Kathryn Shell, Keegan Straub, Sydney Strickland, Reed Struewing, Kaitlyn Thomas, Kimberly Tidman, Philip Waddell, Rebecca Wagner, Brett Westerfeld, Ian Williamson, Luke Wukusick, Garrett Yorn and Jillian Zoller.

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