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November 2, 2013

Tri-West Middle School announces honor roll for first nine weeks

Grade six A honor roll

Elijah Ball, Luke Baumer, Rachel Boatman, Sam Burgess, Grace Butler, Tyler Cavender, Timothy Cloar, Holly Daugherty, Madison Elam, Austin Garber, Erin Hockaday, Grant Hogan, Savannah Joiner, Will Keeling, Hannah Medley, Katie Nickoli, Kelsey Ramp, Noah Smith, Emma Snoeberger, Makayla Snyder, Macy Walters, Quinn Ward and Dawson Wolfe.

Grade six A & B honor roll

Mason Altman, Alyssa Arnell, Mallory Arnot, Cody Beetham, Noah Bridwell, Seth Buchanan, Blake Burnicle, Zach Carmean, Josie Cialkowski, Ashton Cloud, Quinten Cooper, Shelby Crockett, Meghan Denny, Alex Deutsch, Hannah Forrest, Dylan Gifford, Bryson Gilley, Jaclyn Grubbs, Emma Harris, Matthew Harris, Alexis Herring, Jaden Hill, Nathan Isaacs, Mary Koskey, Justin LaFontain, Travis Lawson, Kenny Lee, Sydney Lewis, Grace Luzader, Noah Lyon, Jessica Mann, Hailey May, Madison McCarthy, Corlan McCollum, Evan McCullough, Ian McEwen, Mayli Melton, Anna Meng, Luke Miller, Jackson Moore, Michael Myers, Cassidy Ortiz, Sarah Pahl, Taylor Randolph, Sam Reagin, Valerie Reed, Luke Robertson, Kenzie Sallee, Blake Saylor, Cameron Stanley, Nate Stewart, Zane Stogsdill, Emma Swadner, Tyler Swinford, Taylor Traut, Mason Tucker, Dakotah Utley, Corey Waters, Alexa Williams, Allison Woodard, Kayla Yates, and Maci Zimmerman.

Grade seven A honor roll

Blake Bear, Noah Berryman, Anna Bohbrink, Isaac Brown, Erin Butler, Natasha Carlton, Caleb Cirksena, Clay Coll, Maggie Cora, Sean Cotteleer, Grant Covey, Halle Cross, Saul Diagostino, Autumn Duffy, Mia Duvall, Grace Gliva, Cole Graf, Jenna Griffith, Megan Griffith, Leah Hall, Kara Hankins, Zach Jeter, Olivia Jones, Mitchell Keeling, Graci Lengacher, Danielle Lewis, Lauren MacKinnon, Brinton Marvel, Josie Mays, Josie McClara, Aaron Milbourne, Lucas Moulder, Blake Newton, Thomas Pena, Ben Polen, Anna Ritchotte, Sydney Ross, Taylor Schmidt, Kylee Sears, Alexa Serna-Ramsey, Mary Sunday, Cody Syester, Kate Taina, Rachel Unger, Brayden Van Slyke, Tanner Waite, Payton Waling, Betsy Watts, Jackson Williams, Kelly Williams, Carli Wilson, Sierra Wise, and Jillian Zurcher.

Grade seven A & B honor roll

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