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BCN releases honor rolls

Barnes County North has released the names of those students listed on its honor rolls for the second-quarter of the 2013-2014 school year. The students are:...

Barnes County North has released the names of those students listed on its honor rolls for the second-quarter of the 2013-2014 school year. The students are:
“A” honor roll
Seniors: Will Diemert, Conner Eberle, Derek Eberle, Kayla Erker, Pamela Fehr, William Gerntholz, Calby Hanson, Mara Heinze, Kendra Klein, Alexis Nogosek, Joshua Omdahl, Patricia Plumb, Katherine Revier, Nicholas Rose, Christopher Steckler, Tanner Steckler, David Undem and Shawn Webb
Juniors: Shelby Brown, Cody Didier, Katherine Koll, Austin Lura, AnnMarie Narloch, Amanda Omdahl, Kylee Rudolph, Macey Schuler, Anna Sturgis and Abigail Undem
Sophomores: Taylor Bingham, Allison Klein, Laura Limesand, Austin Schaefer and Samantha Wieland
Freshmen: Sydni Everson, David Fletcher, Madeline Garnetti, Jayda Haugen, Alexis Rath, Caitlyn Risser, Alexis Rose, Tess Scott and Hannah Willson
Grade eight: Brianna Bundy, Jerica Kunze, Tabitha Muncy, Courtney Schuldheisz and Kennedy Thompson
Grade seven: Trevor Bingham, Shannon Bryn, Alexis Greshik, Mason Haugen, Shaylee Muncy, Katherine Osborne, Madison Reidman, Cole Revier, Clara Wieland and Hope Willson
“B” honor roll
Seniors: Margaret Beddow, Jaydon Carlson, Thomas Kern and Ann Mitchell
Juniors: Timothy Erker, Ryder Muncy, Taylor Pruett, Laine Schwehr, Kayla Scott, Dakota Straub and Tannier Thompson
Sophomores: Christopher Beddow, Israel Estes, Samatha Fick, Zachary Guthmiller, Garrett McFadgen, Cody Miller, Spencer Piatz, Anthony Plumb, Austin Rath, Mathew Rose, Nicole Traylor and DaShae Wilson
Freshmen: Hudson Awender, Bailey Brown, Nathan Fick, Cole Gerntholz, Michael Johnson, Jarod Klein, Collin Lura, Justin Manson, Troy Rudolph, John Schoeler, Daniel Schwehr, Nikita Sund and Macy Willson
Grade eight: Olivia Fehr, Lillian Norgaard, Celeste Piatz, Pamela Rath and Ashley Samek
Grade seven: Hallie Anderson, Katie Dobitz, Jordyn Everson, Jacob Fischer, Tyler Guscette, Jacob Harstad, Jada Manson and Bailey Soupir

 

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