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June 23, 2014

Avon Middle School South honor roll

Officials at Avon Middle School South have released the names of students who made honor roll for the fourth quarter. Students earning honor roll status were:

Eighth grade, all As — Lauren Adams, Connor Albert, Olivia Ash, Maria Auriemma, Patryk Baranski, Portia Baratta, Jacob Barrett, Ranjan Behl, Daniel Bernicke, Kyle Blunk, Alyssa Bright, Bria Burke, Abigail Burns, Sarah Burns, Jack Camp, Emily Chaplin, Chiedza Chikerema, Seth Colson, Aaron Conde, Hayden Czerwonky, Carson Ebert, Mykyta Finchenko, Morgan Gaddis, Lucia Grill, Brityn Heffron, Megan Hughes, Uzair Khan, Zachary Khan, Zoe Kihlstrom, Drew Kirchhoff, Andrew Langford, Meghan Langford, Andrew Martin, Cassidy McAfee, Heather McCord, Barrett McDaniel, Rachel Meyer, Gabrielle Moreno, Anna Mueller, Janvi Patel, Morel Pond, Kevin Porten, Micah Prickett, Kira Quartero, Alaina Rhoades, Dillon Richard, Christine Rodriguez, Nicholas Roth, Jordan Sharp, Luke Shayotovich, Haowei Shi, Madison Short, Teodora Simion, Allison Stamper, Sydney Stiener, Alexis Strykowski, Jennifer Sun, Claire Trinkle, Jacob Trusnik, Janis Wagner, Wren Weyenberg and Hannah Williams.

Eighth grade, As and Bs — Kylee Alexander, Caleb Alvarez, Kelsey Archer, Amber Batten, James Bay, Brooke Beaman, Conner Beswick, Georgeanna Blades, Torie Bollinger, Sofia Bombolewicz, Jacob Brown, Peyton Brown, Mikayla Buchanan, Daniel Burkert, Cody Burris, Blaine Carroll, Brandon Casillas Mendoza, Maizey Collins-Biehn, Lyric Cooper, Porter Creighton, Jacob Crosby, Diego Cuiriz, Jesse Custis, Benjamin Dance, Jay Darlington, Hayley Davidson, Anay DeLaCruz, Juan Delgado, Noah Diallo, Austin Dixon, Aviania Dominguez, Thyra Edgerton, Liliana Esparza, Owen Fink, Grace Fluharty, Jarrett Ford, Amy Fox, Andrew Frank, Dallas Gabbard, Shania Garner, Hannah Gilbert, Hannah Gildner, Angel Gino-Gino, Destiny Gipson, Andrew Gladden, Megan Griffin, Justin Griffith, Rachel Hallock, Isaac Hammons, Bradley Hancock, Margaret Harding, Aubrey Hayden, Mark Henderson, Olivia Humphrey, Madelynne Hunter, Brynn Hylton, Daniela Jones, Samuel Jones, Jacey Karius, Noah Katsimpalis, Lacey Keefer, Cameron Klein, Jayden Kruse, Zackary Lacey, Joshua Lex, Jake Lingle, Kyle Lingle, Emmett Long, Adrian Lozano-Villanueva, Fernando Luna, Zahra Malik, Alistair Marsden, Austen Martin, Michael McCue, Mekenzie McNeil, Leyda Melgar, Ryan Meyer, Ashley Miller, Hope Miller, Camden Morefield, Aileen Moreno, Halle Morgan, Jackson Morris, Ciera Nail, Ashley Nix, Jaeden O’Dell-Schultz, Lilian Ortiz, Mitchell Owens, Rut Patel, Braedon Payne, Emmalin Perry, Maxwell Pfledderer, Robert Phillips, Tori Preston, Earl Reynolds, Connor Rice, Catherine Rickenbach, Mikayla Rodriguez, Robert Rodriguez, Jenna Ruiz, Jessica Salter, Manrup Sandhu, Ryleigh Schwein, Jolee Sherman, Evan Shipman, Destiny Smith, Jodicee Smith, Kaylee Stowe, Delaney Sweitzer, Julia Taylor, Martina Tesfa, Lauren Thompson, Brooklyn Trenum, Sophia Twaddell, Avery Tyler, Kirk Wakefield, Keirstin Ward, Molly Watson, Logan Wheeler, Regan Whitesell, Shelby Wilson, Mallory Wing, Jessica Wood, Christopher Woodhouse, Jillian Worley, Karma Young and Evan Zolcak.

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