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Bowdish Middle School announces second-quarter honor roll for 2017-18 school year

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 19, 2018, 11:12 a.m.

Bowdish Middle School, of the Central Valley School District, has announced its second-quarter honor roll for the 2017-18 school year. The students are listed alphabetically by grade level and grade-point average.

Eighth grade

4.0 GPA – Isabella Avery, Caroline Haberman, Jace Henderson, Jacob Marvin and Kristina Slisenko.

3.25 and above – Shelby Alves, Shane Bee, Natalie Bellus, Michael Blackwood, Timothy Brummett, Alyssa Cruz, Jade Eldridge, Krista Elliott, Brandon Faire, Tyler Furukawa, Abigail Gooler, Kaia Grove, Andrew Gusev, Tarah Hagen, Sarah Herbert, Ashlynn Huttenmaier, Daniel Kirichenko, Makenna Lamoreaux, Kaleb Larkin, Ethan Lust, Mark Manza, Amethyst McNeil, Sarah Miller, Dmitriy Mitrofanov, Courtney Morse, Eric Morse, Ashley Moua, Shellbe Nelson, Hailey Norris, Aimee Park, Brooke Parsley, Grace Leone Ramsey, Bethany Ray, Taylor Ray-Young, Hope Samudio, Hayli Sanders, Isaiah Shaw, Ariel Slocum, Killian Stretch, Cameron VanDorn, Matthew VanTassel, Kaden Walters and Raysa Wilson.

Seventh grade

4.0 – Nicole Reinhart.

3.25 and above – Emily Allison, Isabella Altukhov, Jessy Archer, Cheyenne Balmes, Andrew Borowczyk, Cloe Carlson, Samantha Chauvaud, Shyianne Clark, Alicia Cooper, Bryson Corkery, Isaac Darling, Justin Davis, Ammon Dillabough, Amelie Dixon, Cooper Driskell, Saige Fisher, Jessica Freier, Camden Gardner, Ashlynn Gauthier, Conner Gifford, Averie Hurley, Dani Jetton, Isabella Jones, Daniel Karptsov, Taya Kekahuna, Blaze Keller, Solara Kelley, Lacie Mace, Logahn McKinney, Julie McMulkin, Wendy McMulkin, Chaegnon Michels, Elizabeth Michlig, Cassandra Morris, Tyler Nelson, Nayar (Tommy)Ocampo, Suzanna Osborn, Zacharia Peganov, Christian Peters, Kiele Quinn, Scout Raeber, Lucas Reynolds, Victoria SanNicolas, Austin Seward, Lane Taylor, Kylie Thompson, Larry Trefry, Addison Wilks and Nessali Zuniga.

Sixth grade

4.0 – Paige Gonzalez-Fletcher, Joslin Hagen, Logan Hofstee, Vivian Marvin, Jeremiah Matheny, Anna McMulkin and Savana Severson.

3.25 and above – Conner Albrecht, Shiloh Angel, Alaina Arquette, Caden Awbery, Jordan Bailey, Justin Bishop, Adrianna Bittman, Ethan Breeding, Ashton Briggs, Maggie Bush, Isaac Carpinteyro, Haylee Chandler, Zita Chapman, Bailey Couey, Andrea Daniel, Megan Dutton, Nicholas Espana, Kaitlyn Fee, Alyssa Field, Nicholas Franklin, Brayden Godfrey, William Gooler, Colby Gorrell, Chloe Harris, Jeremiah Hill, Josie Horton, Clarissa Hughes, Perla Islas-Searcey, Emelia Kells, Payten Kintner Burkhart, Maxim Kirichenko, Roman Korneichuk, Daniel Kuropatko, Olivia Lease, Matthew Mallonee, Jocilyn McCallum, Madeline Meeker, Sarah Mindermann, Angil Minnihan, Abby Moua, Eternity Newton, Eva Palmer, Jayda Pimsanguan, Madison Pittman, Gabryele Radnor-Huckaby, Logan Roal, Melea Robinson, Nola Romine, Shania Rucker-Porter, Jeremy SanNicolas, Cooper Sides, Makayla Skinner, Jayden Smith, Ella Solodyankin, William Sossaman, Samuel Spedick, Lauren Sprunk, Abigail Staneart, Jenessa Taylor, Aubrey Thompson, Patricia Torchio, Paul Torman, Jake Trefry, Makena VanEtten, Dina Vasyukhnevich, Alyssa Ward, Braelynn Ware, Delaney Williams, Lydia Wilson, Allen Wolfe, Richard Wolfe, Myles Wyatt, Kaspar Yoshihara, Abigail Zachary and Aspen Zeiler.


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