Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 14, 2006

SDMS first semester honor roll

Sunman-Dearborn Middle School officials have announced the first semester honor roll.

Grade 7

Kaitlyn Ammons, Kathryn Andres, Aaron Badinghaus, Jesse Badinghaus, Kelly Bamberger, Jeffrey Banks, Sydney Barnes, Krystal Barnhorst, Sirena Barrell, Jenna Beck, Ashley Bering, Gage Black, Desiree Brackett, Clara Bradford, Joseph Bragg, Elizabeth Brand, Joseph Breheim, Christopher Brown, Jacob Burns, Gabbey Burress, Daniel Carbaugh, Heather Carr, Samantha Chriswell, Michaela Cline, Renae Crouch, Emily Daugherty, Kirsten Ellis, Nicole Erhart, Hannah Fette and Brooke Fox.

Also, Andrew Galle, Eric Galle, Allison Gillman, Alexandra Gough, David Grote, Kara Gruen, Nathan Hallman, Miranda Hamilton, Kelly Hamonds, Benjamin Helmchen, Sebastian Hempfling, Taylor Henderson, Jared Hiltz, Ryan Hobbie, Danielle Hollstegge, Joshua Hooten, Amanda Hornbach, Zachary Hountz, Kendra Insprucker, Adelaide Jones, Morgan Keilholz, Jillian Keim, Kelsey Kennedy, Danielle Lammering, Emily Lehman, Jacob Leibrook, Melinda Lu, Connor Lyle, Steven Medlock and Zachary Meyers.

Also, Katelyn Moorehead, Alizabeth Moorman, Ryan Morning, Trevor Morrall, Laura Oehlman, Sarah Oehlman, Maggie O’Hearn, Amber Richter, Savanna Rose, Alana Roth, Kelsey Ruberg, Grace Ryan, Tara Sander, Kaylen Scheffel, Craig Schlemmer and Zachary Scholl.

Also, Cody Schuman, Kelsey Schuman, Meredith Scudder, Courtney Seamon, Nicholas Simpson, Emma Sprague, Kelsey Stenger, Renee Suding, Samantha Sweeney, Katryna Thompson, Samantha Tracy-Lynch, Joelle Tucker, Clint Vanvolkenburgh, Rachel Wade, Jessica Waters, Schelby Watts, Alex Woolwine and Suzanne Zuleger.

Grade 8

Danielle Alexander, Garrett Alig, Jessica Andres, Alexandria Apostol, Martin Baker, Rebecca Barnum, Kelsey Billman, Megan Bischoff and Ryan Bischoff.

Also, Eric Bowling, Lauren Bowman, Ryan Boyce, Charlotte Bradley, Nicholas Burke, Brittany Callahan, Tiffany Callahan, Jaclyn Carpenter, Jordan Cassini, Hannah Combs, Ashley Corson, Brittany Craig, Michael DiBiase, Rachel Dunevant, Maria Eckhoff, Nicole Farrow, Brittany Federle, Melissa Fielman, Kylee French and Jereca Fugate.

Also, Deanna Gagne, Zachery Hammann, Megan Harmeyer, Kristen Hay, Olyvia Hoff, Kimberly Holzbog, Blaire Hornberger, Stephanie Horner, Kirk Hubbard, Timothy Ilhardt, Rebekah Joerger, Tyler Kendall, Casie Kolbinsky, Felicia Lacey, Trisha Lecher, Kayla Lutz, Katherine McConnell, Kristen McGuire, Kristin Moore, Joshua Murray, Patrick Ochynski, Jessica Oldham, Andy Oldiges, Jon Patterson, Lake Rabenold, Andrea Raftery, J.W. Raterman, Katie Robbins, Jordan Roell and Jarrid Ronnebaum.

Also, Kirsten Root, Stacie Roth, Jessica Ruschke, Amanda Schlarmann, Shelbie Schomber, Noah Seamon, Katie Sicking, Neil Spaeth, Keaton Stemler, Patrick Stenger, Chase Stevens, Danielle Sykes, Jordan Tarantino, Zachary Thompson, Rudy Uhde, Jayme Voltz, Dylan Wagner, Josie Weiler, Jessica Wiedeman, Zachary Wilgenbusch, MacKenzie Woeste, Eric Wuzelbacher and Ashley Zengerling.

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