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June 30, 2014

TWMS second semester honor roll

Officials at Tri-West Middle School recently announced the students who made honor roll for the second semester of the school year. Earning honor roll status were:

Eighth grade, all As —Ashley Berry, Ben Bruce, Bri Butler, Laney Byrne, Maddie Carlson, Lauren Clark, Melina DeGolyer, Hunter Diagostino, Jorden Fuller, Connor Gliva, Hailey Hamilton, Madison Hughes, Levi Jackson, Skylar Jobe, Lilly Johnson, Hanna Marsh, David Meyer, Elizabeth Michael, Mackenzie Miller, Payton Nickoli, Cole Parsons, Alyson Peoples, Bryce Plichta, Brandon Roseboom, Liz Ross, Isaac Schaekel, Maya Sears, Ryan Starnes, Ryan Vershave, Zach Waters, Bailey West and Sydney Wiles.

Eighth grade, As and Bs —Alyssa Anderson, Jada Armstrong, Dawson Ash, Isabella Avila, Jackson Benner, Isaac Boatman, Eli Brown, Anna Brunes, Taylor Byrd, Katie Chappell, Alexis Chasteen, Sean Click, Cree Coakley, Carter Cooper, Haley Cope, Mason Cox, Austin Dickson, Hannah Fretz, Hope Fretz, Hailee Gifford, Lexa Gilley, Lucas Graphman, Megan Hodge, Jackie Icenogle, Luke Johnson, Brett Lucas, Courtney Lynn, Shelby Mathis, Kyle McClung, Sara McCoskey, Bryce Miller, Lilly Moor, Heather Moore, Jack Osborn, Courtney Osborne, Danielle Osborne, Cole Pollard, Garrett Saathoff, Eli Schabel, Melanie Schlagel, Miriam Scull, Garrett Shaw, Miriam Smith, Peyton Tucker, Derek Wagner, Lauren Walker, Tyler Watson, Taylor Weaks, Eliza Wells, Nathan Wells, Grahm Williams, Bryce Wilson, Marcedes Winston and Ethan Wolfenberger.

Seventh grade, all As — Audra Alexander, Navi Baidwan, Noah Berryman, Anna Bohbrink, Abby Broshears, Lily Broughton, Erin Butler, Natasha Carlton, Clayton Coll, Maggie Cora, Halle Cross, Saul Diagostino, Autumn Duffy, Mia Duvall, Keegan Frecker, Grace Gliva, Cole Graf, Jenna Griffith, Megan Griffith, Kara Hankins, Zach Jeter, Carlee Jones, Olivia Jones, Mitchell Keeling, Grace Lengacher, Danielle Lewis, Lexie Linson, Lauren MacKinnon, Brinton Marvel, Josie Mays, Josie McClara, Mitchell Medley, Aaron Milbourne, Lucas Moulder, Blake Newton, P.K. Perry, Ben Polen, Karlie Potts, Ashley Price, Anna Ritchotte, Sydney Ross, Zoe Sanford, Taylor Schmidt, Kylee Sears, Alexa Serna-Ramsey, Jordin Sidwell, 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.

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