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April 28, 2011

Pioneer Junior-Senior High School Honor Roll

All A  

Seventh grade: Kati Bingaman, Monica Compton, Gabrielle Harvey, Sam Kiser, Alexis Lytle, Emily Nice, Nick Price, Brianna Rude, Derek Simms, Ashley Speicher, Jared Spencer, Darby Stanton, Jacob VanHorn.

Eighth grade: Courney Barber, Kari Parmeter, Jonathan Phillips, April Wheeldon.

Ninth grade: Emma Groff, Jamie Musselman.

10th grade: Kaley Bean, Cassidy Corn, Clayton Harvey, Joshua Lytle, Kelley McKaig.

11th grade: Luiza Faccio.

12th grade: Bailey Farrer, Ashlee Feltis, Ethan Groff, Danielle Howard, Matthias Phillips, Tiffany Ploss, Kelsey Williams.

A/B  

Seventh grade: Joe Bean, Brooklyn Biggs, Chad Clifford, Levi Grandstaff, Kelsey Hill, Robert Kesling, Caleb Kindley, Madison Lane, Sadie Layman, Jacob Lytle, Zachary Mason, Ashley Miller, Jeremy Patty, Emily Powell, Ryan Salazar, Tucker Waddups.

Eighth grade: Parker Englert, Courtney Johnson, Natalie Korniak, Jessica Lawrence, Abigail McKaig, Kayla Miller, Shelby Roller, Carter Ulrich, Sydney Young.

Ninth grade: Melissa Baker, Drew Benesh, Dylan Bice, Kerry Dodrill, Brooke Harmon, Jalynn Humphrey, Brooklyn Justice, Cody Kline, Riley Morris, Kennedy Nies, Nicole Schroder, Megan Smith, Chandler Swartzell, Larissa Walker.

10th grade: Elizabeth Bingaman, Ross Clifford, Matt Dorris, Gabriel Dunlap, Zach Lawrence, Lindsey Miller, McKenzie Packard, Jessica Price, Brandon Scruggs, Kaitlyn Shidler, Dillon Stanton, Jayme Warner, Stephen Whitlock, Mitchell Williams.

11th grade: Michael Black, Bryanna Bowman, Cole Callaway, Cameron Cover, Jessica Galbreath, Justin Hughes, Jia Lin, Megan Keegan, Nicole Korniak, Fabian Kuerten, Maximilien Lehmann, Danny Maggart, Courtney Neal, Sasha Robinson, Ashley Scott, Shelby Scott, Hillary Sharp, Melanie Shrontz, Holly Weaver.

12th grade: Anna Ayers, Christine Baker, Tayler Conn, Brooke Downhour, Shelby Englert, Nathan Grigsby, Sage Henderson, Angie Moss, Emma Nethercutt, Nathan Nethercutt, Zach Roller, Eri Simons, Sydney Weaver, Kendra Wheeldon.

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