Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

November 22, 2013

SDIS stellar students listed

The Sunman-Dearborn Intermediate School first quarter honor roll has been announced.

Grade 5

Matthew Badinghaus, Gracie Baker, Riley Bamberger, Parker Becknell, Carson Bennett, Cameron Bergman, Tyler Berting, Bryce Bien, Parker Bishop, Ashlyn Blankenship, Donald Blanton, Ashten Bollinger, Ryan Bond, David Bourquein, Heath Brashear, Mackenzie Brashear, Annabelle Bridgewaters, Tyler Brotherton, Adam Brown, Zachary Brown, Madison Burch, Kyla Burkhart, Elizabeth Busha, Ethan Campbell, Paige Carpenter, Reid Cleary, Lillian Coleman, Elizabeth Collins, Caitlin Conn, Mya Cook, Austin Cox, Emma Crouse, Russell Cunningham, Carson Davis, Draven Davis, Madelyn Dawson, Sarah Dezarn, Tyler Dickerson, Heath Doll, Ryan Douthit, Julia Driggers, Amanda Duncan, Elizabeth Durham, Clayton Ellis, Skylar Engle, Emmeline Ertel, Ella Fledderman, Bianca Fliehman, Erika Flynn, Savannah Fox, Joseph Gangloff and Alex Graf.

Also, Emilee Green, Kennidi Green, Nathan Griffin, Makenzie Guenther, Elijah Gwin, Owen Hagen, Emily Harringon, Olivia Hart, Sara Hartley, Ian Hedger, Keegan Hedger, Dillon Heinrich, Emilie Hicks, Maggie Hoog, Ethan Hopkins, Luke Hornbach, Allison Huismann, Lauren Huntington, Kayla Ilkanic, Lacey Kelly, Samuel Kirchgassner, Natalie Klei, Aidan Knecht, Kamiryn Knigga, Lauren Koelling, Rachel Kuhn, Grayam Lane, Hannah Lauck, Jeremiah Lemmel, Hayley Lewis, Grace Lyness, Peyton Lyness, Marisol Martin, Kyla Maxwell, Ryan May, Blake McAndrew, Charsan McCory, Dominic McFee, Ally McGuire, Erin McKinney, Austin Messmore, Katherine Meyer, Makayla Miles, Madison Miller, Zachary Morris, Cara Muncy, Dawson Niese, Andrew Nowlin, Erin O’Leary, Samuel Packer, Rebecca Parnell, Erik Perkins, Holli Plowman and Colton Plymale.

Also, Eric Puterbaugh, Elijah Ralya, Shaylee Rees, Brady Rehage, Derek Richter, Seth Risley, Jacob Roberts, Molly Robison, Logan Rohrbacher, Kaylie Rowland, Kaylee Rumsey, Dylan Schutte, Lily Sedgebeer, Harrison Shattuck, Madison Shumate, Troy Shumate, Phillip Sims, Alyssa Smith, Lydia Smith, Michaela Smith, Logan Solly, Brady Spangler, Matthew Steele, James Stenger, Jessica Stenger, Charles Steuver, Brookelyn Stonefield, Claire Stoneking-Wagner, Luke Storie, Joshua Stroud, Aaron Tillmann, Ava Tischbein, Andrew Toney, Ashley Tooley, Lydia Trabel, Ryan Tyler, Olivia Uribe, Mia Volkmann, Caroline Walters, Chloe Webb, Clayton Weiler, Landen Weis, Griffin Werner, Trey Werner, Taylor Whitehead, Noah Wilhelm, Kathryn Willett, Hannah Williamson, Julia Williamson, Jada Witko, Benjamin Wolf, and Ryan Ziegler.

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