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March 14, 2012

Wilmington Honor Roll: Grades nine through 12

NEW CASTLE — GRADE 9

Principal list


Allison Baldwin, Lauren Barber, Tessa Curtis, Hannah Drake, Madison Hartner, Rachel Kinross, Luke Lofton,

Derek Nichols, David Perrine, Kate Robb, Michelle Russell, Andrew Sciuto, Lauren Shay, Isabel Sherwood,

Haley Smith, Isabella Sturm, Jamie Thompson, Rachel Vernon, Manussaver Vivatthanavanich

High honor

Karlye Burns, Jessica Cameron, Shaelon Clarke, Severio Costello, Nicholas Flannery, Noelle Flynn,

Kathryn Gordon, Maggie Grebenz, Anna Harrtwell, Zebulon Horchler, Robert Liddell,

Amanda McCreary, Ashley Miller, Marc Peoples, Alana Romeo, Hannah Winters, Joshua Wrightson

Honor

Travis Brumbaugh, Megan Ciafre, Ryan Davis, Ryan DiLullo, Jordan Kauffman, Lydea Kraynak,

 Cody Llewellyn, Sophie Marino, Nichole McCown, Alyssa Meanor, Kristen Minda, Emily Reed,

Daniel Rhodes, Krista Robinson, Carlee Rogel, Jacob Sotter, Clayton Styer, Daniel Uribe, Luke Wildauer, Bud Wynder

GRADE 10

Principal list


Tessa Altman, Josiah Bloise, Linzy Borowicz, Sydney Brush, Alanna Elliott, Rachael Huff, Madison Lunnen,

Cassidy Marett, Brett Ondich, Tessa Sikora, Olivia Sniezek, Kassandra Thomas

High honor

Faith Berrier, Mariah Carna, Savannah Goldbach, Madeline Hardisky,

Kelsey Hargenrader, Allyson Miller, Kathryn Pataki, Anna Pusateri, Julianna Twigg

Honor

Katherine Clark, Domenick Cook, Casey Hilton, Jiratt Kasettratat, Joseph Labbiento, Alexis Ligo, Brady Lutz, Miranda Luu, Alison Mayes,

Cameron McKinley, Jacob McMillan, Stephanie Parker, Kayleigh Shenker, Chad Stoecker, Joshua Strobel.

GRADE 11

Principal list


Taylor Anderson, Tighe Bailey, Richard Cameron, Alyssa Edwards, Grace Gealy, Molly Marino,

Scott Onestak, Kathryn Styer, Hunter Taylor, Mark Vivithes, Carly Wilson

High honor

Carly Christofferson, Verna Curfman, Elizabeth Deemer, Marc Delio, Ciara Goodemote, Justin Krupa, Lauren Martin,

Natalie McGinnis, William Paden, Kaylee Pifer, Paul Robinson, Jonathan Robison, Alexandria Snow, Rebeccah Swerdlow

Honor

Ryan Brumbaugh, Kathryn Chase, Jordan Garrett, Matthew Gurneal, Samantha Haag, Autumn Lilly,

Kelli Maxwell, Anna Miller, Davis Smith, Abigail Sotter, Cody Wohlgemuth

GRADE 12

Principal list


Casey Bell, Christopher Cox, Elena Patton, Raechel Pusateri, Morgan Sholler

High honor

John Allegro, Morgan Ferrell, James Foltz, Courtney Gargasz, Mackenzie Hiers, Anwaar Mabine, Andrew Nichols

Honor

Brandon Altman, Lacell Bowen, Makayla Christy, Tabitha Commisso, Ryan Crawford, Andrew Davis,

Allison Drake, Grant Fleegle, Giovanna Hiler, Lauren Hougelman, Kaitlyn Hovis, Kyle Jones,

Alexis King, Taylor Lesheski, Zackery Llewellyn, Jeremy Mathieson, Joshua Pennington,

Jenny Ratvasky, Briana Schneider, Megan Sweyer, Joshua Tekac, Kayla Trimble, Ashley Turczynski, Nicholas Vasko.

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