Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

April 22, 2014

SLS stellar students listed

The St. Louis School third quarter honor roll has been announced.

Grade 4

First honors

Nicole Amberger, Elizabeth Gigrich, Sophie Hirt, Adam Laloge, Hunter Laudick, Spencer Mack, Ellie Moorman, Benjamin Moster, Olivia Raab, Ryan Reder, Abe Streator, Faith Tekulve, Naomi Thomas, Kate Voegele, Alyssa Wanstrath and Lilly Wonnell.

Second honors

Ava Allen, Solomon Butz, Ava Hornbach, Cody Mohr, Thomas Raver, Kyle Salatin, Quinn Steinkamp, Joseph Suttmann, Blake Tonges, Adam Vogelsang, Shelby Weiler and Luke Wilson.

Third honors

Lucas Anderson, Regina Gerstbauer, Cayden Pohlman and Emma Weberding.

Grade 5

First honors

Jack Abplanalp, Nicholas Burlage, Caroline Kellerman, Tyler Kuntz, Olivia McElhoe, Andrew Oesterling, Lleyton Ratcliffe and Jacob Sheets.

Second honors

Emma Bischoff, Anna Bohman, Grace Eckstein, Wil Freeland, Katie Karbowski, Grace Laudick, Karson Macke, Paris Raab, Isabel Rennekamp, Leila Savage, Ben Schebler, Riley Schebler and Kayla Stone.

Third honors

Riley Duerstock, Olivia Geers, Jon Grieshop, Betsy Harmeyer, Martha Hillenbrand, Pamela Meneses, Kurt Siefert, Cameron Todd, Sam Voegele and Michael Wanstrath.

Grade 6

First honors

Erin Batta, Max Kirschner, Grace Mack, Nicholas Meer, Anna Moeller, Adam Scott, Samantha Tonges, Molly Wachsmann, Aaron Weber, Sophie Wesseler and Kathryn Wilder.

Second honors

Rachel Amberger, Adam Cox, Jacob Deutsch, GiGi Dreyer, Mindy Eckstein, Mason Enneking, Jack Karbowski, Stacy Kramer, Alyssa Krekeler, Alexa Miles, Adam Moster, Joshua Myers, Sarah Price, Jayden Rose and Elijah Tuveson.

Third honors

Dominic Butz, Charlie Dice, Lily Esser, Luke Esser, Joey Gutzwiller, Phoebe Kroen, Harlee Masavage, Caroline Meer, Sydney Schutte, Allison Storms and Evan Vogelsang.

Grade 7

First honors

Lily Abplanalp, Marigrace Anderson, Sophie Brown, Nathan Eckstein, Jenna Ertel, Meg Flannery, Alex Geers, Sam Giesting, Stella Hillenbrand, Hanna Hurm, Kara Obermeyer, Kate Poltrack, Sarah Preston, Robert Raver, George Ritter, Avery Roell, Jordan Stenger, Corinne Stone and Grace Tonges.

Second honors

Emma Allen, Bea Amberger, Kate Burkhart, Nathan Flaspohler, Monica Gerstbauer, Lydia Gigrich, Matthew Hoog, Sam Johnson, Gus Kellerman, Emily Koch, Ryan Laloge, Hailey Mohr, Maddie Reidy and Samantha Sheets.

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