Riverdale Middle School honor roll


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Posted Online: Feb. 01, 2012, 2:40 pm
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PORT BYRON -- Officials at Riverdale Middle School announced the honor roll for the second quarter of the 2011-12 school year.

Straight Honors

Eighth grade -- Travis Baldwin, Elizabeth Gorgas, Blake Gould, John Hynes, Kayleen Mercer, Nicole Polzin, Austin Thompson and Colin Vaughan.

Seventh grade -- Lindsey Berge, Noah Fornero-Green, Mackenzie Haskins, Madison Haskins, Jurnie Hinde, Sarah Hogren, Gavin Horner, Jacob Lange, Jack McHugh, Grace Mercer, Jacob Miller, Allen Pratt, Tyler Sand, Devin Scott, Keaton Smeltzly, Joseph Timm and Jordan Vollmer.

Sixth grade -- Tyler Bussert, Parker Corson, Connor Hughes, Grace Jennings, Emily Kruse, Kaylee Payne, John Searl and Eric Thompson.

Regular Honor Roll

Eighth grade -- Emily Baldwin, Jacob Blick, Lane Brinkman, Jacob Bussert, Brandon Church, Phillip Coers, Megan Erickson, Emily Frohock, Isaak Hansen, Ryan Harris, Morgan Hofmann, Spencer Hughes, Brandon Johnson, Christopher Kosminsky, Joshua Lohman, Kayla Mizlo, Spencer Nowlin, Nathan Park, Braydon Pridemore, Brett Saathoff, Casey Sisul, Kennedy Smith, Taylor Stark, Grady Todd, Laken Watters, Ian Wirt and Taylor Zimmerer.

Seventh grade -- Caleb Bahr, Samuel Barber, Jack Barnett, Dalton Beale, Taylor Bensenberg, Alexander Bloodgood, Michelle Brandon, Samantha Bruner, Brittany Caldwell, Savana Coons, Lauren Day, Trey DeMeyer, Alexandria Donna, Walter Eggers, Hannah Graham, Blake Haas, Kristin Hill, Emily Kessler, Holden Knapp, Haley Krol, Joshua Markle, Caroline May, Kirsten Melaas-Swanson, Emily Mitchell, Brianna Rauch, Tanner Reed, Morgan Searl, Jacob Shields and Katie Young.

Sixth grade -- Ethan Allison, Joshua Anderson, Karlee Anderson, Hannah Butler, Danielle Chandanais, Donovan Day, Blake DeClercq, Deonna Devinney, Kelan Dickson, Kennady Ebenroth, Chase Edwards, Korina Fernandez, Abigail Golnick, Lauren Graham, Joshua Hofmann, Kaden Jenkins, Emily Kinkade, Allison Kopatich, Gage Lange, Justin Leetz, Justice Lindley, Rhyis Lindley, Brett Murphy, John Payne, Brayan Perez, Darcie Pilon, Parker Reiss, Jerrin Richardson, Maria Solomon, Quinton Streight, Sophia Tanner and Reese Winkel.

Honorable Mention

Eighth grade -- Cole Brinkmeier, Emily Cook, Shyan DeVoss, Cody Fuller, Lainey Geigle, Logan Geigle, Hannah Gellerstedt, Michael Heeren, Landon Liebbe, Lowell Litchfield, Cameron Mayo, Evan Schillinger, Chloe Sullivan, Jessie Wallen and Kiley Williams.

Seventh grade -- Kyle Barber, Dylan Chaddick, Ian Craven, Cassidy Darin, Joshua Denney, Caroline Ferguson, Drake Gephart, RyAnne Gonterman, Jack Hollister, Jacob Lester, Kirsten Miller, Scott Murphy, Payton Patrick, Mickenly Peterson, Dylan Rose, Noah Sanquist and Jaylee Verplaetse.

Sixth grade -- Hayle Arnold, Dayne Baldwin, Hope Bruner, Catherine Claus, Dallas Cook, Nathalia Denato, Riley Dodds, Colin Dokas, Jessica Hemm, Austin Holland, Matthew Ibarra, Taylor Johnston, Ashley Laermans, Eric Lange, Samantha Mayo, Hannah Moody, Anistyn Moyer, Klarissa O'Hanlon, Chandler Richardson, Dylan Rowan, Quinn Rozek, Bryce Silverwood, Kyle Todd, Annaliese VanderWerff, Alec Verbeckmoes and Mercedes Williams.






















 



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