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Education notebook: Spokane Chiefs hockey players from Ferris named WHL academic achievers

The Western Hockey League has Ferris High School students Connor Gabruch and Cordel Larson as the Spokane Chiefs’ academic achievers for November and December.

Gabruch studies current world affairs, English, anatomy and physiology at a numerical grade of 95 percent, which is usually equivalent to a 4.0 grade-point average. He has maintained his high grades in his debut season with the Chiefs. He has played at least 29 games.

Larson studies English, anatomy and physiology as well, averaging a 91 percent numerical grade, which is usually equivalent to a 3.7 grade-point average. He played four games for the Chiefs during the 2017-18 season before opening the 2018-19 season, playing 36 games in which he posted seven points.

Each month from November through February, the WHL selects a student from each team who demonstrates ambition to reach his academic potential while balancing WHL commitments.

Liberty High posts

first-semester honor roll

Liberty High School has announced its first semester honor roll for the 2018-19 school year.

4.0 GPA – Ashlyn Bartels, Ava Budde, Kendyl Fletcher, Sara Hartman, Annika Hennington, Allison Karlis, Annabelle Karlis, Colton Marsh, Olivia Morgan, Isaak Ottmar, Garrett Stentz, Amelia Suksdorf, Annika Tee and Kathryn Williams.

3.50-3.99 – Logan Bailey, Emma Bartels, Dylan Belles, Jacob Biegert, Logan Billington, Amelia Brown, Maisie Burnham, Tayshawn Colvin, Aleena Cook, Jon Denny, Sean Duncan–Day, Maizy Feltwell, Carlos Figueroa, Kaylub Finch, Korbin Finch, Carson Fisk, London Foland, Tristan Foster , Jenna Garcia, Cheyanne Gleave, Delaney Goodwin, Madison Greer , Logan Grumbly, Vivian Harader, Matthew Heer, Seiya Heikkila, Gage Holling, Jacob Holling, Austen Hubbard, Charlie Johnson, Kyle Johnson, Levi Kettner, Jared Kimball, Justin King, Logan Kroll, Emily Lindquist, Haley Marsh, Ryleigh Medart, Savanna Moczulski, Samuel Nelson, Gloria Nikityuk , Mekenzie Pestana, Marissa Powers, Ben Pritchett, Carson Tee, Caleb Sievers, Mason Simmons, Logan Smith, Connor Stitt, Sara Tarbert, Natalie Voigt and Kellan Watson.

3.0-3.49 – Justine Barlow, Grant Beam, Kyle Belles, Kasey Branon, Jared Brunette, Stephen Carr, Ethan Curtis, Alexandra Echavez, Jacob Enzler, Miranda Field, Austin Flaig, Trace Gale, Manuel Gamez-Navio, Kalem Gardiner, Henry Greer, Noah Haggerty, Hayden Hardt, Andrew Harvey, Julianne Harvey, Peter Haxton, Keiana Henry, Joshua Hircock, Danner Holling, Emma Holwegner, Kylee Hubbard, Mason Hymas, Racheal Ince, Paul Kaze, Alexandra Kettner, Logan Kettner, Mitchell Lencioni, A’zia Nelson, Faith Moczulski, Cole Ottmar, Jenna Piersol, Cassin Pittmann, Cole Prince, Dylan Ray, Van Ricker, Bowe Rojas, Tanner Schenk, Ariel Skutley, Evan Smith, Jaidyn Stephens, John Stitt, Damon Thieren, Trevor Westphal and Logan Wilson.

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