Liberty High School, in Spangle, has announced its first semester honor roll for the 2020-21 school year. Eligible students are listed alphabetically by GPA.
4.0 – Kenzie Barta, Jacob Biegert, Hailey Carter, Tayshawn Colvin, Teagan Colvin, Aylah Fife, Carson Fisk, Annika Hennington, Lucy Jones, Allison Karlis, Colton Marsh, Olivia Morgan, Diana Nikolaychuk, Caleb Nollmeyer, Anna Pittmann, Brooke Redder, Annah Schulken, Logan Smith, Annika Tee, Carson Tee, Shaley Tiegs, Natalie Voigt and Angelina Widman.
3.5-3.99 – Camie Bothman, Amelia Brown, Hadlee Brown, Ava Budde, Austyn-Ley Crain, Jeshua Cwik, Elizabeth Denny, Luca Edwards, Maizy Feltwell, Brandon Finau, London Foland, Trace Gale, Kaden Gardiner, Kalem Gardiner, Eli Gilkey, Madison Greer, Grace Grumbly, Logan Grumbly, Elijah Gurske, Madison Haas, Randa Hafner, Chase Hartman, Sara Hartman, Kiersten Heritage, Kalli Hill, Joshua Hircock, Stormie Hodgson, Clae Holling, Danner Holling, Austen Hubbard, Kylee Hubbard, Kyle Johnson, Alexandra Kettner, Ethan Kimball, Jared Kimball, Madison Lewis, Lacie Marsh, Abel McBride, Quinn Morgan, Isabelle Murphy, Izabella Myers, Cole Ottmar, Lucas Paul, Mekenzie Pestana, Jenna Piersol, Cassin Pittmann, Jezerai Pluff, Marlon Powers, Cole Prince, Faith Rice, Van Ricker, Wyatt Sego, Gunner Stephens, Jaidyn Stephens, Joshua Stern, Connor Stitt, Kariyah Strobel, Amelia Suksdorf, Griffin Turner, Mark Watson, Moriah Williams and Autumn Wright.
3.0-3.49 – Emma Bartels, Kyle Belles, Kasey Branon, Zayne Braun, Joseph Budde, Zari Ewen, Katelund Finley, Ellie Fisk, Lincoln Foland, Ryan Gimmaka, Peter Gust, Vivian Harader, Hayden Hardt, Seiya Heikkila, Jackson Hymas, Logan Kettner, Colton Materne, Ryleigh Medart, Faith Moczulski, Benjamin Pritchett, Sebastian Rojas, Tanner Schenk, Kerry Schultz, Noah Sievers, Savannah Stadden, Trenton Stoe, Ashton Strobel, Evan Suenkel, Damon Thieren, Dillon Thieren, Cooper Thomas, Emilia Thompson, Isaac Ward, Brookland Warr, Trianna Widick and Evan Williams.
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