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April 29, 2014

Avon Middle School South honor roll

Officials with Avon Middle School South have announced the names of students who have made honor roll for the third quarter grading period. Students earning honor roll status are:

Eighth grade, all As — Lauren Adams, Connor Albert, Caleb Alvarez, Kelsey Archer, Maria Auriemma, Patryk Baranski, Portia Baratta, Jacob Barrett, Daniel Bernicke, Kyle Blunk, Sofia Bombolewicz, Mikayla Buchanan, Daniel Burkert, Abigail Burns, Sarah Burns, Jack Camp, Emily Chaplin, Chiedza Chikerema, Hayden Czerwonky, Anay DeLaCruz, Mykyta Finchenko, Jarrett Ford, Morgan Gaddis, Hannah Gildner, Angel Gino-Gino, Andrew Gladden, Lucia Grill, Aubrey Hayden, Mark Henderson, Jacey Karius, Noah Katsimpalis, Uzair Khan, Zachary Khan, Zoe Kihlstrom, Jayden Kruse, Andrew Langford, Meghan Langford, Andrew Martin, Cassidy McAfee, Heather McCord, Michael McCue, Barrett McDaniel, Leyda Melgar, Rachel Meyer, Ashley Miller, Hope Miller, Camden Morefield, Aileen Moreno, Gabrielle Moreno, Halle Morgan, Jackson Morris, Anna Mueller, Lilian Ortiz, Janvi Patel, Rut Patel, Braedon Payne, Robert Phillips, Morel Pond, Micah Prickett, Kira Quartero, Alaina Rhoades, Dillon Richard, Christine Rodriguez, Syed Shah, Jordan Sharp, Jolee Sherman, Haowei Shi, Madison Short, Teodora Simion, Allison Stamper, Sydney Stiener, Alexis Strykowski, Delaney Sweitzer, Julia Taylor, Martina Tesfa, Kathryn Thompson, Claire Trinkle, Sophia Twaddell, Janis Wagner, Molly Watson, Wren Weyenberg, Hannah Williams and Evan Zolcak.

Eighth grade, all As and Bs — Chady Abdalla, Kylee Alexander, Olivia Ash, Dayne Barton, Amber Batten, James Bay, Brooke Beaman, Ranjan Behl, Conner Beswick, Torie Bollinger, Alayna Boyd, Alyssa Bright, Jewel Brown, Peyton Brown, Bria Burke, Cody Burris, Jonathan Butte, Blaine Carroll, Brandon Casillas Mendoza, Maizey Collins-Biehn, Seth Colson, Aaron Conde, Lyric Cooper, Porter Creighton, Jacob Crosby, Diego Cuiriz, Olivia Curry, Jesse Custis, Benjamin Dance, Jay Darlington, John David, Hayley Davidson, Zyan Davis, Juan Delgado, Noah Diallo, Austin Dixon, Aviania Dominguez, Carson Ebert, Joshua Echerd, Thyra Edgerton, Luke Edwards, Liliana Esparza, Marc Esqueda, Madison Farmer, Owen Fink, Grace Fluharty, Andrew Frank, Andrew Freeman, Cassandra Friend, Shania Garner, Samantha Gates, Destiny Gipson, Daisia Glass, Megan Griffin, Justin Griffith, Rachel Hallock, Bradley Hancock, Margaret Harding, Audrey Hargis-Rund, Brityn Heffron, Fabian Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Jennica Hopkins, Megan Hughes, Olivia Humphrey, Carly Hunt, Madelynne Hunter, Zachary Jacobs, Daniela Jones, Samuel Jones, Brody Katterheinrich, Lacey Keefer, Drew Kirchhoff, Cameron Klein, Olivia Kulpinski, Zackary Lacey, Jake Lingle, Kyle Lingle, Jake Lively, Nathan Lodics, Emmett Long, Adrian Lozano-Villanueva, Yessica Luna, Zahra Malik, Alistair Marsden, Austen Martin, Socorro McCreary, Mekenzie McNeil, Dennis Mercer, Karsen Miskowiec, Ciera Nail, Nathan Natalie, Hivey Nguyen, Ashley Nix, Mitchell Owens, Logan Paino, Kirandeep Pannu, Justin-Thuy Parks, Emmalin Perry, Maxwell Pfledderer, Kevin Porten, Tori Preston, Lauren Reed, Earl Reynolds, Connor Rice, Madalyn Rigney, Mikayla Rodriguez, Robert Rodriguez, Nicholas Roth, Jackson Rueff, MaKaylee Ryan, Jessica Salter, Ryleigh Schwein, Luke Shayotovich, Evan Shipman, Peter Simmon, Ik Singh, Destiny Smith, Kaylee Stowe, Jennifer Sun, Ruhan Syed, Tamy’a Taylor, Cydnie Thompson, Lauren Thompson, Lucas Thornton, Brooklyn Trenum, Jacob Trusnik, Daria Turner, Avery Tyler, Kirk Wakefield, Keirstin Ward, Logan Wheeler, Regan Whitesell, Jessica Wood, Christopher Woodhouse, Jillian Worley, Karma Young, Osama Zayed and Marissa Ziegler.

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