The Washington Times-Herald


March 8, 2014

WCMS Honor Roll

Washington Catholic Middle High School first term honor roll

Grade 6

First honors: Olivia Brown, Andrew Brumett, Rebecca McCarty, Adeline O’Brian, Nicholas Walker and Avery Wilkerson. Second honors: Curtis Collison and Andrew Fogarty. Third honors: Bailey Fowler and Canaan Ingram.

Grade 7

First honors: Paloma Atilano, Catherine Bassler and Maggie Burks. Second honors: Kyle Ashby, Brock Craney, Emily Fields, Lily Jansen and Shaylee Truelove. Third honors: Chloe Bryant, Brooklyn Fuhs, Wee Meh, Julissa Ramirez and Keonia Thomas.

Grade 8

First honors: Hannah Ashby, Kaleb Knepp, Shivom Patel and Clayton Underhill. Second honors: Trenton Garland, Blake Hunter, Kishan Patel, Payton Robinson and Thual Taang. Third honors: VeJay Burris and Alexis Williams.

Grade 9

Amanda Aldridge, Grace Bassler, Kaitlyn Craney, Claire Jarrett, Nikolas O’Brian, Andrea Ramirez, Emma Schuler and Allyson West. Second honors: Zoey Baker, Avery Sullivan and Laura Taylor. Third honors: Noah Cox, Jalen Stone and Steven Taylor.

Grade 10

Hayley Fields, Gracen Jarrett, Amillia Mize and Tyler Underhill. Second honors: Uma Patel.

Grade 11

Marie-Gabrielle Craft, Jonathon Mitchell, Jasmine Patel, Armando Ramirez and Ethan Wichman. Second honors: Sydney Dunbar, Blaine Fuhs, Brandon Strange and Eric Zipperle. Third honors: Brian Brown, Harley Wegloski and Sarah Wild.

Grade 12

Samuel Baker, Megan LaGrange, Rachel May, Elizabeth Perkins, Vibake Salmeild and Olivia Williams. Second honors: John Buchanan and Mary Wichman. Third honors: Aubrey Aldridge, Connor Clouse, Maria Neito, Pongkarn Plyamahapong and Brody Wilson.

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