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February 2, 2014

WHS names first semester honor roll

RUSSIAVILLE – Western High School would like to recognize students who made the honor roll in the first semester of the 2013-14 school year.

• The following students earned all A’s: seniors Mark Bewley, Macey Bickford, Raven Black, Brett Boswell, Jacob Bradshaw, Mackenzie, Cody Dehaven, Nicholas Downing, Austin Elliot, Mary Elmasry, Karsen Ennis, Alyssa Fearnow, Ashlyn Jones, Joowon Lee, Adam Lyons, Olivia Peterson, Elizabeth Phillips, Judson Quinn, Nitasha Sharma, Asa Sheffer, Molly Shoffner, Zachary Simpson, Samantha Soutar, Cesar Terron, Joel Van Auken, Jayden Wallsmith, Evan Warden and Jacob Zentz; juniors Aron Barrera, Annie Boytim, Riley Carter, Megan Deck, Gabrielle Dupuy, Cidney Epp, Haley Fruth, Amanda Gaskins, John Gorsuch, Nicole Hampshire, Hannah Harrison, Jessica Hopkins, Joshua Jansen, Carolyn Kelley, James Kelly, Maci Mendenhall, Emma Nixon, Joseph Penrod, Miranda Pressgrove, Mallory Roller, Amanda Seaman, Zachary Shahan and Emily Zentz; sophomores Chelsey Arvin, Elias Atallah, Carley Berg, Glen Brown, Renaud Chauret, Sara Cleary, Anna Constable, Cameron Cumbo, Minh Tri Dang, Taylor Frey, Jeanne Kelley Galia, Kelsie Gee, Holly Granfield, Justin Groothuis, Emily Hackler, Tanner Heady, Brin Heyer, Kelli Ketcherside, Lily Lipinski, Lauren Novak, Taylor Nunan, Maggie Ogle, Sukmin Park, Danielle Pate, Courtney Pitzer, Abigail Renken, Jonathan Reyburn, Emily Richter, Noah Seitz and Brianna Trent; and freshmen Ethan Akers, Natalie Ballew, Gryphon Barry, Amber Beatty, Joshua Beeler, Cheyenne Carter, Claire Casner, Jama Claxton, Ashley Collins, Ashley Conyers, Sierra Coon, Kelley Edwards, Joseph Elmasry, Joshua Everetts, Christopher Fallon, Minka Gill, Mitchell Grecu, Tara Hellriegel, Kaleb Howard, Ashley Huffer, Codi Hurd, Brooke Jansen, Hunter Kemper, Jeongwon Lee, Lyston Louks, Allison McMinn, Virginia Monroe, Esther Mullins, Violence Mullins, Cameron Rice, Jenna Seaman, Cameron Shane, Mya Smith and Zachary Zentz.

• The following students earned A’s and B’s: Madison Anderson, Ross Beatty, Erika Beeler, Drew Bellus, Austin Berndt, Sara Blume, Madison Boldry, Megan Boruff, Mark Boss, Lauren Cain, Christopher Carter, Malorie Coalburn, Haleigh Conaway, George Conwell, Kyle Copenhaver, Allison Crowell, Siera Daniel, Taylor Dittfield, Dakota Dobbs, Kiersten Durbin, Ciara Fowler, Riley Girton, Jessica Givens, Evie Glover, Tyler Goudy, Matthew Grider, Adrian Hale, John Harbaugh, Emily Hawkins, Brooke Howard, Julia Huntzinger, Taylor Jefferis, Meghan Johnston, Cailyn Kessler, Mikaela Knight, Demitri Linville, Ted Martin, Matthew McKinney, William Melton, Sara Metcalf, Kaysie Mulkey, Joshua Newlin, Natalie Newlin, Calah Oglesby, Caitlyn Oneal, Carley Oneal, Alana Parvin, Kelsey Quinn, Brennan Raines, Hannah Randall, Victoria Roberts, Christopher Root, Carly Seitz, Nathaniel Singer, Austin Smith, Caleb Stanley, Kaci Taylor, Mohammed Townsend, Tyler White, Christopher Wilson, Madison Winger, Christian Workman, Katelyn Workman and Brice Zeider; juniors Ashton Amore, Allison Ault, Desmond Balentine, Riley Beall, James Bell, Jermey Benziger, Jacob Bradway, Jessica Daugherty, Auston Davenport, Jordan Davis, Peter Davis, Kirsten Dehaven, Kami Devine, Matthew Duke, Jamie Edwards, Grant Eller, Katherine Ellis, Sophia Frazier, Morgan Fritchman, Erica Gaskins, Shelby Gilbert, Dante Graham, Baylee Harbaugh, Jessica Heath, Cora Johnson, Cybil Johnson, Rachael Jones, Bethany Kuntz, Colleen Lerche, Hannah Lyon, Marisa Maldonado, Alexis Martin, Kiarra McClatchey, Tyler McKay, Samantha Miller, Kaelan Moore, Taylor Murphy, Michaela Norwich, Stepan Ptak, Allison Purvis, Carly Purvis, Courtney Rager, Michael Rennaker, Brandon Sanders, Paige Schneider, Briley Shellman, Madeline Shepherd, Brianna Shipp, Jacob Steele, Rebecca Stewart, Jacob Stout, Bretta Tate, Kyler Vail, Ellie Walters, Austin Weaver, Anne Weimer, Baylor Woolley and Trixia Yuzon; sophomores Lilian Armour, Bethany Babcock, Azhane Beard Ellis, Stephanie Benziger, Micah Bickford, Julian Bowlin, Jessica Conwell, Kalie Daniels, Breana Darlin, Mallory Davis, Morgan Fetters, Demetrius Fouts, Mikaylin Fulk, Blake Grau, Madeline Greer, Kailin Hendershot, Avery Hill, Alexis Hopkins, Gabrielle Hubbard, James Jeffery, Mariah Jenks, Hattie Johnson, Keaton Jones, Kayleen Kirk, Alexander Knight, Payton Kunkle, Derek Lemcke, Samantha Luginbuhl, Heidi Ly, Reggie Manuel, Katlin Moorman, Kelly Myers, Joshua Pate, Seth Pavey, Han Phan, Loren Pratt, Makenzie Quinn, Sabrina Roberts, Cassidy Roller, Eleanor Rush, Stephen Schneider, Sara Schwarzkopf, Cali Shepherd, Robyn Smith, Nolan Stout, Melanie Sullivan, Samuel Touloukian, Jenna Williams, Brody Worl and Adrianah Yager; and freshmen Lauren Abney, Austin Anderson, Gabriel Bennett, Kiley Blaisdell, Audra Blevins, Autumn Brady, Tanner Bray, Madison Bryant, Tyler Burthay, Dominque Butler, Evan Catron, Caroline Conaway, Bailey Cook, Brandon Corwin, Carrissa Cripe, Kayli Croddy, Samantha Dalpoas, Mackenzie Damon, Karina Davenport, Kaitlin Fields, Lucas Florek, Kolten Gifford, Victoria Gingerich, Jason Hampshire, Emma Harbaugh, Grant Harlan, Blake Harmeson, Alex Herren, Alexus Holt, Ehtan Japundza, Cheyenne Johannes, Abbie Landrum, Hunter Leisure, Kearah Little, Olivia Lyon, Sierra Mack, Caylee Maddox, Jason Miller, Hailey Mohler, Nicole Nedrow, Cailon Nicoson, Audrey Nixon, Carson Nuss, Sarah Pate, Brice Peters, Madelyn Poe, Sydney Record, Alexys Saners, Mason Shepherd, Adileah Smith, Haleigh Smith, Bailey Stanley, Riley Tomlinson, Rajiyah Townsend, Morgan Tuberty and Bailey Wisehart.

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