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October 24, 2013

Goshen High School students earn placement on honor roll

GOSHEN — Officials at Goshen High School have named the students who have eared a place on the honor roll for the first nine-week grading period.


12TH GRADE: Madison K. Abney, Jonathan J. Alvarez, David Ambrose, Elizabeth A. Arnold, Angelica K. Benitez, Joshua S. Bustos, Valentin Calvillo, Taylor Caouette, Brianna Carmona, Gabriel R. Chenier, Alicia Cuzzocrea, Erika J. Davis, Jessica N. DeStefano, Valerie Diaz, Courtney L. Dobrzykowski, Sadie E. Drescher, Carlos A. Duarte-Contreras, Laramie Edwards, Jennifer Esparza, Deja A. Felder, Arturo Flores, Christina Gipson, Ariana N. Gonzalez, Jonathan Gonzalez, Lauren M. Graves, Alexander Haney, Alex D. Hartsough, Elizabeth A. Holbrook, Dylan Hostetler, Tayaba Inam, Juan V. Inchauregui, Brittany N. Jones, Jaron M. Katzer, Miranda J. Kay, Andrea Kline, Spencer D. Kolbus, Ella Krasnova, Amira Kupty, Yebin Lee, Cade R. Leinbach, Morgan Leonard, Petra M. Lindeborg, Rigoberto Lopez, Matthew J. Maggert, McKinley R. Mapes, Maria E. Mares, Jordan S. Mathis, Lane C. McDonald, Alex Metcalfe, Bethany K. Metzler, Teage Minier, Stefany V. Molina, Jonah A. Mullet, Karis Neufeld, Karina Palos, Savanna E. Ponce, Daniel M. Potashov, Maxim A. Potashov, April Quintana, Austin T. Reith, Joseph A. Rockwood, Gisela J. Romero, Emma E. Roth, Sarah M. Rush, Kristen M. Schlamersdorf, John D. Schrock-Shenk, Dmitriy V. Shendel, Anna E. Shetler, Noah E. Shreiner, Charles E. Smith, Austin R. Stieglitz, Emily Stoltzfus, Pamela Studebaker, Austin L. Stutzman, Mitchell Sullivan, Emma Torres, John Trenshaw, Zackery A. Trenshaw, Matthew T. Unrue, Ashlynn VanderReyden, Jessica M. Viruez, Austin R. Weirich, Trevor Weldy, Clara R. Wieczorek, Aquiel N. Yoder and Katherine A. Younghans.

11TH GRADE: McKayla L. Adkins, Justin B. Berg, Annika R. Bontrager, Jasmyn S. Brown, Brittany M. Buckmaster, Joel E. Byler, Beatriz Castillo, Morgan A. Catron, Natalia Chavez, Brooks Chupp, Parker Collins, Maria J. Corbett, Logan Cross, Teaosha Cunningham, Levi O. DeMoya, Kyle J. Detwiler, Jasmine Diaz, Jesus G. Dominguez Olvera, Erica L. Ecker, Natalie Evans, Megan Ewing, Guadalupe B. Flores, Zachariah R. Ganger, Nicholas R. Gerber, Ines Gonzalez Miguens, Amy Harris, Ellen C. Hathaway, Adrienne Henke, TyShawna L. Herron, Michele L. Holcombe, Quinten Holley, Alyssa Hostetler, Isaac Huerta de la Vega, Diana Huerta, Evan M. Judson, Grant D. Kercher, Abigail J. Kragt, Seth A. Kurtz, Anthony J. Kuznetsov, Alyssa M. Lehman, Maria D. Lopez, Viridiana Macias, Agustin Martinez, Joel McFadden, Elizabeth Miller, Robert O. Miller, Jennifer Minier, Esteban A. Montoya, Kathleen E. Morrical, Joel Moyer, Alexandria R. Nemeth, Marina I. Orona, Jose A. Ortiz, Jessica J. Oyer, Adam Pearson, Addie L. Pfeiffer, Tricia Place, Bethany A. Pollock, Kyle E. Ramirez Ingold, Farid Ramos, Jackelyn L. Reyes, Eden L. Rolon, Marisela Salazar, Casandra P. Sandoval, Sadie E. Schlabach, Tyler Self, Cassandra M. Sessa, Christine H. Sessa, Lindsey J. Short, David B. Smucker, Alyssa R. Stamper, Emily K. Tony, Isabela F. Torres, Kayci N. Troyer, Raul Velez, Peter Vukovich, Payton L. Walter, Magdalene Walters, Olivia Wenger, Alex M. Wiederman, Matthew Williams, Denise A. Wilson and Jennifer L. Younghans.

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