Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana


February 14, 2013

ECHS students excel

BATESVILLE — East Central High School officials congratulate students who have achieved exemplary honor roll status for the first semester:        

Lindsey Altum, Megan Amberger, Patrick Andres, Shelby Armstrong, Christin Badinghaus, Mary Baker, Alexis Barry, Cassandra Batta, Justin Bender, Andrew Bigelow, Angela Bittner, James Blanco, Jason Bosse, James Brand, Logan Brashear, Ivy Bridges, Nathaniel Broughton, Jordan Brown, Jake Brush, Joseph Brush, Ericka Burchfield, Alexander Campbell, Casey Cleary, Samuel Cody, Haley Conklin, Carl Cooper, Christina Corbin, Melissa Davidson, Haley Davis, Kelsey Davis, Rebecca Deater, Elizabeth Dermody, Kameron Eckstein, Katherine Eckstein, Dominic Elliott, Sarah Elliott, Amber Erhart, Taylor Frank, Brian Frondorf, Rachel Furney, Baylee Gabbard, Amanda Galle and Tanya Gaynor.

Also, Kendall Gindling, Sean Gish, Lucas Gramman, Signe Greenfield, Robert Gruen,  Landon Guenther, Spencer Gutapfel, Elizabeth Hamersly, Eric Harrington, Katherine Hartman, Jordan Hartung, Megan Hay, Nathaniel Helms, Ross Henderson, Anne Hendrix, Sarah Hendrix, Lucinda Herth, Hansel Hobbie, Cameron Hoffman, Mitchell Hoffman, Colton Hoog, Allison Hopper, James Horsman, Seth Hovland, Meghan Hutchins, Sophia Imeroni, Marissa Johnson, Micaela Johnson, Luke Katenkamp, Logan Kelly, Gwendolyn Kern, Cassandra Ketcham, Maddalyn Kirby and Ellen Kirst.

Also, Jacob Knueven, Nathan Knueven, Brayden Kocher, Joshua Kolton, Laura Kuebel, Holly Lattire, Joey Lenhart, Alexandra Ludwig, Melody Lutz, Shelby Lutz, Connor Lynch, Rachel Mages, Kristine Martini, Michael Martini, Jarrett Maurer, Hannah McCann, Nathan McCann, Baxter McCory, Skylar McMahon, Abigail Meyer, Kylie Middleton, Paige Mitchell, Mckenzi Monday, Jenni Moore, Kaitlyn Mortimer, Kierstin Nadler, Elizabeth O’Hearn, James Oldiges, Malory Owen, Aidan Palazzolo, Carlos Pantoja, Conner Paul, Andrew Pierce, Tyler Poindexter and Ceciliea Poland.

Also, Sierra Preston, Joshua Priebe, Megan Raftery, Sydney Raftery, Paige Reinshagen, Kelley Renninger, Jared Rich, Kelsey Richardson, Amanda Richter, Miranda Richter, Sarah Richter, Julia Robben, Cassidy Rodgers, Kiley Rodgers, Dylan Rolfes, Jerica Ronnebaum, Chloe Rosenberger, Amber Roszell, Derek Roth, Sarah Ruehl, Melissa Rupp, Hannah Ruschke, Julia Sawyer, Nathan Schmeusser, Sydney Schmeusser, Madeline Schneider, Sarah Schuman, Joni Schwartz, Meredith Seamon, Rachel Senitza, Alexis Shackelford, Cierra Shelton, Maria Shoemaker, Andrea Shugar, Samantha Shugar, Brittany Shumate, Shoshanna Sidell,  Matthew Simpson, Samantha Sizemore, Heather Smith, Jake Smith, Madelyn Smith, Amanda Spahni and Hope Stephans.

Also, Kaitlin Sterwerf, Victoria Steuver, Kyle Stewart, Ann Marie Stoll, Kayla Stone, Nathan Stroud, Clare Struewing, Hannah Stutler, Lindsey Sweeney, Reese Tanner, Jachob Tillmann,Alison Trabel, Jacob Tremain, Jonathan Tumlin, Amber Vanosdol, Alexandria Viola, Daria Volker, Alyssa Wanninger, Kristen Weber, Morgan Weber, Morgan Weber, Mary Weckenbrock, Luke Weisenbach, Meghan Weismiller, Sarah Weismiller, Kevin Weltzin, Corinne Werner, Brent Wesseler, Faith Wheat, Margo Whitehead, Jacob Wilgenbusch, Carlie Wilhelm, Calvin Williams, Grant Williams, Lillian Williams, Alyca Williamson, Sarah Willing, Miranda Wilson, Tyler Wilson, Miranda Wintz, Hannah Woeste, Jacob Wolfe, Whitney Wood, Tayler Wullenweber, Chloe Wurtz, Katalyn Wurzelbacher, Tori Zeek, Morgan Zeiser, Nicole Zengerling.


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