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November 14, 2012

Honor Roll: Meet top students from Ellwood City

NEW CASTLE — GRADE 7

High honor


Michael Ace, Luke Aloi, Tyler Baird, Madelynn Barry, Alivia Bellissimo, Christopher Brandt,

Madyson Bubb, Neisa Carsele, Alexis Casuccio, Katelyn Cole, Daija Durbin, Bret Eaton,

Colin Fair, Katelyn Fitzgerald, Andrew Freed, Haley Garner, Morgan Halstead, Amara Hoellein, Bridget Hudson,

Michael Hughes, Zoe Kalantzis, Michaela Magnifico, Dia Neupauer, Taydum Rhodes,

Noah Rinker Kyle Smith, Dominick Spadafore, Danica Teodoro, Natalie Wright

Honor

Joel Ables, Gage Agnew, Richard Basile, Grace Blake, Anthony Byers, Madalyn Carroll,

Blaze Chambers, Devin Crepp, Sierra Daufen, Dalton Deblaso, Garrett Duncan, Aydan Frelin,

Taylor Funari, Taylor Hackett, Braydon Hardon, Paul Hervatine, Kaitlyn Horgan, Devon Hudspath,

Ashleigh Ionta, Chad Lewis, Allison Lynn, Melissa Malcomb, Ashley Murin, Thomas O'Brien,

Madison Pedaline, Kayla Pflug, Dalton Phillippi, Darren Pigza, Maggie Richards,

Christian Romeo, Anthony Roth, Syed Ali Sardar, Avery Schanno, Katherine Schilling, Lilliana Scrima,

Kristen Simon, Breonna Streit, Nicholas Tanner, Jaylin Tuttle, Trilene Wisbith, Jade Woloszyn, Dylan Wright

GRADE 8

High honor


Anthony Agostinelli, Madison Barton, Joshua Bates, Joseph Cortez, Ethan Fotia, Trey Houk, Nia Kingston,

William Lott, Anthony Nocera, Dominic Nocera, Madison Pawlak, Taylor Petrak, Jordan Recce,

Megan Siegfried, Logan Slade, Erika Walley, James White, Angelo Williams

Honor

Mia Agostinelli, Ian Bubb, Vincent Decaria Mason Dehenaut, Austin Dombeck,

Mitchell Fraser, Jordan Gilchrist, Tyler Good, Samara Grimes, Autumn Groves, Emma Hall,

Timothy Houk, Jacob Keally, Brooklyn Magill, Tomas Maielli, Rachael Morabito,

Madison Morella, Alyssa Myers, Reece Odom, Giana Rangel, Luke Schaas,

Holton Schrantz James Syphrit, Ryan Wehman, Madyson Widmaier, Rebecca Woloszyn

GRADE 9

High honor


Nicholas Aloi, Damion Barrett, Blake Beatrice, Goldieann Bookamer, Joshua Catanzariti,

Alena Costulas, Nikol Damato, Geena Decaria, Anzalna Fatima, Sophia Gagliano,

Karington Ketterer, Victoria Ketterer,  Carter MacMurdo, Judith Mason, Patrick Pawlak,

Sydney Shurtz, Cayla Sudano, Mallory Swogger, Shania Taylor, Luke Williamson

Honor

Carlo Agostinelli, Mallory Angelucci, Conner Bathke, Breianna Benson, Danielle Bodenschatz,

Emily Brown, Ryan Buzard, Brittany Casuccio, Devin Cortez, James Cunningham,

Brian Damon, Alyssa Desanti, Matthew Epling, Elisabeth Falen, Logan Gibbons, Sara Greer,

Michael Griggle, Skylar Harris, Brian Hudson, Jodi Iddings, Nicholas Ioanilli, Josalyn Izzo,

Hannah Kauffman, River Kelly, Christian Kerr, Brady Kosior, Colton Larry, Angelo Marsano,

Cameron McCowin, Nichole Miller Haley Muntz, Austin Richard, Frederick Roth,

Alyssa Sedgwick, Montana Servick, Alessandra Spencer, Callie Steele, James Taylor, Domenic Teolis, Austen Yeany

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