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February 22, 2014

Plainfield Community Middle School honor roll

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Seventh grade honor roll — Ava Aguirre, Jayson Alvis, Dylan Ash, Olivia Beard, Jeremy Bennett, Corbin Bertram, George Best, Abigail Bola, Caleb Booher, Tristan Brophy, Katherine Cain, Kailei Calhoun, Isabella Carrera, Gage Catron, Kaden Chestnut, Connor Cooney, Coleson Crimmins, Cooper DeCamp, Damien Dick, Zachary Dickman, Colin Dorsett, Makenzie Dostin, Paige Dramann, Mariah Dugger, Kaitlyn Estes, Kobie Fellure, Christopher Gilbert, Abigail Godwin, Mackenzie Hessong, Nijah Hollonquest, Steven Holsapple, Gavin Hornsby, Jalen Hoyt, Chastity King, Brayton Lane, Emma Lane, Zuly Leiva, Katie Mauris, Erika Maxwell, Gabrielle McCarty, William Meranda, Jacob Montgomery, Zion Nash, Giovanna Nicastro, Bryce Pennington, Levi Petro, Karras Pierce, Sydney Pierce, Abigail Postma, Hannah Quinn, Logan Reams, Amberlee Scott, Taylor Simpson, Doris Smith, Stephen Spradley, Braden Strange, Haley Stultz, Alexis Suiter, Allison Swift, Jakob Swopes, Samuel Tackett, Mason Thompson, Richard Thompson, Shanaya Tompkins, Courtney Toppe, Blayne Walker, MacKenzie Watts, Landen Williams, Maxwell Wiser and Logan Wuertley.

Sixth grade high honor roll — Ashton Aguirre, Jilisa Alexander, Jack Anderson, Elizabeth Angle, Claire Appell, Emma Ash, Benjamin Baize, Mitchell Baker, Morgan Beck, Baron Bennett, Tannah Benware, Brayton Blackwell, Malique Blythe, Andrew Bonness, Margaret Broadstreet, Chase Burcham, Alice Burnette, Collin Campbell, Cameron Chafin, Garrett Chandler, Braden Chapman, Evan Clark, David Clayton, Lauren Coffey, Logan Coffman, Bryer Constans, Anna Copeland, Sarah Craney, Emily Crouch, Mackenzie Crum, Hunter Dalton, Mackenzie Dalton, Nathan Dalton, Liam Donahue, Sawyer Duke, Teddy Dulaney, Lauren Duncan, Kyle Dykins, Cade East, Eli Egendoerfer, Drew Egler, Jaidyn Egnew, Trinity Elder, Emma Eldridge, Ashton Ellis, McCall Felty, Tyce Ferrell, Karlie Fletcher, Kaylie Fletcher, Rylin Flick, Jacob Friis, Myranda Fultz, Tycen Gibson, Allie Good, Kayla Gossmann, Jeffrey Gowen, Paige Graff, Austin Gregory, Jacob Gunnell, Jarrett Hardin, Ethan Harless, Claire Harper, Emersyn Harriman, Samantha Hayden, Jonah Hefley, Austin Hendrix, Gavin Hettler, Alexis Hock, Jacklynn Hopper, Nicholas Huether, Travious Huether, Danielle Jarvis, Bailee Kelley, Lyndsay Kelley, Alexander Kessinger, Benjamin Laver, Rachel Law, Sydney Lawson, Ryan Lechner, Emily Lefler, Elizabeth Lewis, Hanan Lodhi, Jace Magnus, Tarek Matar, Grace Mathews, Alyssa May, Logan McCune, Nicole McGillis, Rylee McGuffey, Jayci Mead, Sarah Meyer, Ian Miller, Matlyn Miller, Riley Monroe, Jacob Moore, Lindsey Morrison, Mason Naaman, Flynn Nichols, Sarah O’Day, Emma Owen, William Payton, Rachel Petersson, Kasey Pierce, Melanie Planker, Jacob Platt, Arianna Poland, David Pugh, Robert Rahr, Brianna Reagan, Anthony Saks, Sarah Scharlau, Brianna Schneider, Gabriana Schommer, Connor Schrock, Braden Scott, Savannah Shepherd, Cameron Shurig, Simon Simpson, Brady Sinks, Ellory Smith, Hannah Snider, Jaxsen Spears, Cavdon Stark, Isabelle Stead, Roshan Sundar, Sally Teng, Abigail Thompson, Margaret Thompson, Reagan Thornhill, Olivia Utterback, Jackson VanWanzeele, John Wardzala, Gwyneth Watkins, Gage Webb, Sophia Whicker, Cassidy Wildemann, Myka Williams, Hunter Woolf, James Worthington, Conner Wright, Brigham Wuest and Isabella Zerfass.

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