Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 14, 2012

ECHS scholars recognized

BATESVILLE — The East Central High School first semester exemplary honor roll has been released by administrators:

Megan Amberger, Michelle Andres, Kimberly Applegate, Claudia Armbruster, Meghan Baker, Victoria Bartholomew, Cassandra Batta, Kyle Beck, Justin Bender, Andrew Bigelow, Katryn Bigelow, Alexander Bischoff, Jacob Bischoff, Angela Bittner, Alexander Bolten, Grant Bowling, James Brand, Logan Brashear, Robert Broderick, Nathaniel Broughton, Jordan Brown, Joshua Brown, Jake Brush, Tucker Brush, Ericka Burchfield, Sarah Burke, Abigail Bush, Kelli Cartuyvelles, Samuel Cody, Rachelle Collins, Kayla Combs, Nicholas Combs, Haley Conklin, Bailey Crane, Cody Damico, Melissa Davidson, Kaitlyn Davis, Rebecca Deater, Elizabeth Dermody, Luke Dermody, Rachel Donohue, Justin Duenne, Kelly Eisele, Dominic Elliott, Amber Erhart, Katherine Fox, Taylor Frank, Brian Frondorf, Michael Frondorf, Rachel Furney, Kyle Fury, Bryan Galle, Kimberly Gaustad, Tanya Gaynor, Trey Gellert, Dalton Gibbs, Kaylyn Gindling, Sean Gish, Rebecca Graham, Landon Guenther, Jacob Gutapfel, Elizabeth Hamersly, Eric Harrington, Mackenzie Harris, Jordan Hartung, Nathaniel Helms, Ross Henderson, Anne Hendrix, Sarah Hendrix, Cassidy Hildebrand, Tyler Hillan, Alexandre Hirlinger, Hansel Hobbie, Colton Hoog, Allison Hopper, Matthew Horner, Seth Hovland, Talia Hughes, Chloe Janson, Micaela Johnson, Eric Knigga, Mitchell Knigga, Jacob Knueven, Nathan Knueven, Emily Koschmeder, Sara Kraus, Dalton Kuebel, Laura Kuebel, Nicholas Lambrinides, Savannah Lamey, Holly Lattire, Misty Lutz, Michelle Mahlman, Kristine Martini, Michael Martini, Jarrett Maurer, Michael McCann, Nathan McCann, Baxter McCory, Bryanne Messmore, Caroline Meunier, Abigail Meyer, Trevor Meyer, Mckenzi Monday, Gregory Morton, Jason Myers, Peyton Napier, Kelli Newport, Lee Newsom, Elizabeth O'Hearn, James Oldiges, Malory Owen, Aidan Palazzolo, Carlos Pantoja, Mariah Parker, Taylor Payne, Andrew Pierce, Jared Pierce, Tyler Poindexter, Cheyenne Preston, Benjamin Priebe, Megan Raftery, Sydney Raftery, Mackenzie Reed, Paige Reinshagen, Kelley Renninger, Jared Rich, Kelsey Richardson, Amanda Richter, Miranda Richter, Julia Robben, Melissa Rupp, Hannah Ruschke, Rachael Ruschke, Tyler Sandmann, Nikarlis Santos-Nunez, Megan Schroder, Sarah Schum, Alex Seevers, Carrie Sexton, Alexis Shackelford, Garrett Sheehan, Samantha Shugar, Rachael Sicking, Shoshanna Sidell, Matthew Simpson, Samantha Sizemore, Sarah Angelyn Smith, Sarah Marie Smith, Bryson Spaulding, Cory Spencer, Cody Sprague, Megan Steffen, Laura Stenger, Hope Stephans, Kyle Stewart, Ann Stoll, Clare Struewing, Conner Struewing, Rachael Struewing, Thomas Tallon, Reese Tanner, Julia Thomas, Jachob Tillmann, Jacob Tremain, Melissa Tsuleff, Alexandria Viola, Daria Volker, Rachel Vonderheide, Katrina Ward, Kristen Weber, Leigh Weber, Mary Weckenbrock, Luke Weisenbach, Sarah Weismiller, Michael Welte, Kevin Weltzin, Drew Werner, Samuel Wilgenbusch, Tyler Wilgenbusch, Lillian Williams, Hannah Woeste, Katalyn Wurzelbacher and Nicole Zengerling.

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