Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

November 12, 2013

ECHS students excel academically

BATESVILLE —

Students have been named to the East Central High School exemplary honor roll for the first nine weeks grading period.

Eric Acheson, Lindsey Altum, Kimberly Applegate, Shelby Armstrong, Nathan Austing, Anthony Back, Hal Backherms, Mary Baker, Tess Barnett, Alexis Barry, Ashley Bartholomew, Paige Basham, Cassandra Batta, Keith Batta, Skyler Beal, Tabytha Bechtel, Kyle Beck, Shane Beeler, Justin Bender, Mark Bertke, Ryan Beyersdoerfer, Andrew Bigelow, Kylee Bills, Lindsay Bischoff, James Blanco, Jason Bosse, Matthew Bourquein, James Brand, Ivy Bridges, Leah Broderick, Nathaniel Broughton, Jason Brown, Jordan Brown, Jake Brush, Joseph Brush, Ericka Burchfield, Samuel Burns, Abigail Bush, Maggie Caldwell, Alyssa Callahan, Dillon Callahan, Alexander Campbell, Jamie Campbell, Erin Carleton, Kelli Cartuyvelles, Clayton Castle, Corryn Caudy, Hannah Childers, Koleman Cichon, Casey Cleary and Cheyanne Coakley.

Also, Samuel Cody, Zachary Cody, Haley Conklin, Christopher Cook, Alex Cookendorfer, Carl Cooper, Christina Corbin, Nathan Corn, Rebecca Crum, Tara Cummings, Emma Currence, Melissa Davidson, Haley Davis, Kelsey Davis,

Ariel Deater, Rebecca Deater, Alyssandra Defiglio, Mackenzie Deitsch, Elizabeth Dermody, Ethan Dick, Kyla Dick, Ethan Eckstein, Catherine Eisenschmidt, Dominic Elliott, Dakota Engelking, Riley Erickson, Katelyn Ertel, Brady Ewing, Christiana Fischer, Katherine Fox, Taylor Frank, Alicia Freel, Gabrielle Fricker, Jaylah Fugate, Rachel Furney, Baylee Gabbard, Amanda Galle, Sara Garcia, Tanya Gaynor, Trey Gehle, Cody Getha, Kendall Gindling, Rebecca Ginn, Sean Gish, Andrew Grimm, Robert Gruen, Timothy Gruen, Mariah Grunkemeyer, Dante Guintini, Tyler Gutapfel and Valerie Gutapfel.

Also, Ashley Halpin, Kayla Hampton, Eric Harrington, Brianna Hart, Aaron Hartman, Bailey Hartman, Jordan Hartung, 

Megan Hay, Micheal Heath, Lily Heilmayer, Vinny Heilmayer, Bryssa Helton, Ross Henderson, Lucinda Herth, Jake Hibbett, Elizabeth Hill, Hansel Hobbie, Mitchell Hoffman, James Horsman, John Horstman, Kalea Huber, Andrew Hudepohl, Adam Huntington, Sophia Imeroni, Naomi Jackson, Tiffany Jennings, Marissa Johnson, Chelsea Jones,

Logan Kelly, Gwendolyn Kern, Taylor Kern, Cassandra Ketcham, Michael Kilby, Jacob Knueven, Nathan Knueven, Joshua Kolton, Emily Koschmeder, Matthew Krimmer, Cassidy Krummen, Laura Kuebel, Matthew Kuebel, Emily Kuhn, Shelby Lake, Holly Lattire, Joey Lenhart, Alexandra Ludwig, Justin Lunsford, Katelyn Lussow, Melody Lutz, Shelby Lutz and Connor Lynch. 

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