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Wilmington

June 29, 2012

Honor Roll: Meet top students from Wilmington

NEW CASTLE — GRADE 7

High honor


Lexi Brumbaugh, Ryan Byler, Taylor Cox, Tyler Deemer, Rose Pette, Ashten Guth, Allyson Krupa, Ryan Morse,

Riley Preston, Wyatt Snyder, Julia Strobel, Eliana Swerdlow, Samuel Wadrose, Emily Wilson, Lydia Zoeller

Honor

David Baldwin, Eriol Bender, Taylor Boyle, Cheyenne Cameron, Natalie Carr, Chanielle Cooper, Stephen Costello,

Jon Dagres, Lydia Dean, Spencer DeMedal, Claire DiMuccio, Gavin Ferrell, Lauren Frederick, Savanah Gerstnecker,

Gia Gregory, Jocelyn Holt, Reilly Hunt, Rachael Lunnen, Emily Marino, Hannah McCallister, Allyson McCreary,

Andrew Miles, Brandon Miller, Danielle Moesta, Alexis Onestak, Robert Paden, Logan Pieri, Brendan Presnar, Nathaniel Schooley,

Jacob Seelbaugh, Mackenzie Smith, Cole Stoecker, Emily Styer, Cody Taylor, Leah Tekac, Angelina Ulhaq,

Kylie Wheat, Dakota Wildauer, Isabelle Wildauer, Jerica Williams, Leann Wynder, William Zehner

GRADE 8

High honor


Jared Berlin, Christopher Engelsiepen, Calvin Gealy, Anna Heasley,

Hunter Lilly, Gaige Maitland, Summer Neely, Alicia Serafino, Mark Shenker

Honor

Sarah Behm, Corey Clarke, Angelina Dohre, Logan Dolby, Kyle Emery, Martin Erson,

Nicole Gardner, Dominic Gargiulo, Morgan Guyer, Aline Hahn, Madison Huff, Jessi Ligo,

Corinne Logan, Spencer Lunnen, Abbey Luu, Ciarra McAllen, Daniel McGinnis, Matthew Pataki, Benjamen Patterson, Stefan Pontius,

Julia Pozzuto, Emma Prestien, Mykelin Saterlee, Jacob Schooley, Sarah Schwenke,

Holly Vernon, Madeline Whiting, Brett Whitty, Ling Williams, Jamie Woodruff, Matthew Zimmer.

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