Ray High School lists honor rolls

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Ray High School has announced the honor rolls for the third grading period of the 2013-14 academic year.

Earning status on the 3.5-4.0 GPA Honor Roll were:

Freshmen – *Ryan Amos, Cody Arbizo, *Jordan Baca, *Daniel Bravo, *Christian Casillas, *Jonah Cude, Brett Fackiner, Allison Gillaspy, Arcelia Lopez, Haily Mabuce, *Gabrielle Montano, Jordan Pace, Rhiannon Pacheco, *Kenneth Palmer, *August Patterson, Taylor Phillips, Shannon Pitner and *Paul Wormwood.

Sophomores – Nepeese Avechuco, *Ainsley Bull, Jeron Coleman, Tristin Cupples, *Stormee Galka, *Austin Huffman, *Gabrielle Juvera, and *Savannah Willis.

Juniors – *Jacob Baca, Kolton Bray, *Sidney Chenoweth, Tristan Gantt, Sabrina Martinez, *Hannah Mercer, Alisa Molar, Jacob Pace, *Derek Pacheco, *Brittney Paton, Joseph Phillips, *Greg Rommermann, Leah Wallace, Ray White, *Alex Willis and Destry Yocum.

Seniors – *Grant Armendariz, Dominic Bravo, Christina Coryell, Jason Cruz, *Yvette Dickey, Rosalia Marquez, *Cole Miller, *Brett Smitch and *Rexxie Sosa.

Students named to the 3.0-3.5 GPA Honor Roll are:

Freshmen – Anthony Acuna, Megan Giorsetti, Iliana Goad, Marcos Munoz, Ashley Rutter and Gabrielle Woods.

Sophomores – Ashlie Bryce, Austin Collings, Julia Coryell, Sarah Duncklee, Ashley Ortiz, Noah Stuart and Dany West.

Juniors – Luke Byrd, Seth Harmon, Stephanie Lomei, Demi Olivas, Amber Romero and Elisia Romero.

Seniors – Dallas Bushnell, Quentin Camacho, Jordan Gilliam, Breauna Hathaway, Nicholas Lara, Jesse Perez, Lucy Sainz and Mikayla Seller.

*denotes all A’s

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