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March 14, 2012

Wilmington Honor Roll: Grades seven through nine

NEW CASTLE — GRADE 7

High honor


David Baldwin, Lexi Brumbaugh, Ryan Byler, Taylor Cox, Tyler Deemer, Rose Fette, Ashten Guth, Reilly Hunt,

Rachael Lunnen, Ryan Morse, Wyatt Snyder, Julia Strobel, Eliana Swerdlow, Leah Tekac, Samuel Wadrose, Emily Wilson

Honor

Eriol Bender, Reese Bender, Natalie Carr, Stephen Costello, Jon Dagres, Spencer DeMedal, Claire DiMuccio, Gavin Ferrell, Jacob Fleegle,

Lauren Frederick, Savanah Gerstnecker, Tyler Kish, Allyson Krupa, Noah Labbiento, Marissa Litzenberg, Emily Marino, Emily Mayes,

Hannah McCallister, Allyson McCreary, Andrew Miles, Brandon Miller, Camryn Miller, Robert Paden, Logan Pieri,

Nathaniel Schooley, Jacob Seelbaugh, Mackenzie Smith, Breanna Solman, Cody Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Arlyn Van Tassel,

Isabelle Wildauer, Jerica Williams, Leann Wynder, William Zehner, Lydia Zoeller

GRADE 8

High honor


Christopher Engelsiepen, Martin Erson, Nicole Gardner, Calvin Gealy, Anna Heasley, Hunter Lilly, Gaige Maitland,

Summer Neely, Mykelin Saterlee, Alicia Serafino, Mark Shenker, Madeline Whiting, Ling Williams, Matthew Zimmer

Honor

Andrei Antonescu, Jason Balash, Sarah Behm, Jared Berlin, Richard Boazzo, Aryn Boyer, Sierra Chaffee,

Corey Clarke, Derek Craig, Angelina Dohre, Kyle Emery, Jeremy Exley, Dominic Gargiulo, Tyler George, Aline Hahn,

Madison Huff, Spencer Lunnen, Abbey Luu, Ciarra McAllen, Daniel McGinnis, Matthew Pataki, Julia Pozzuto,

Emma Prestien, Jacob Schooley, Sarah Schwenke, Holly Vernon, Emma Welker, Brett Whitty, Jamie Woodruff.

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